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Librarian

Arlyle Mansfield Losse was American librarian. Active member Sheboygan (Wisconsin) Community Players, 1957-1958; leader Great Books Discussion Group, Milwaukee, 1963-1964. Member American Library Association, Special Libraries Association, Art Libraries Society of North America, (committee standards for art libraries, 1973-1975), Wisconsin Fellowship Poets, National League American Pen Women, Academy American Poets, Inc., Beta Phi Museum.

Background

Losse, Arlyle Mansfield was born on April 15, 1917 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of Truman Roy and Emilie (Hildebrandt) Mansfield.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Milwaukee State Teachers College, 1939;Master of Science in Library. Science, University of Wisconsin, 1960.

Career

Assistant to reference library, Mead Public Library., Sheboygan, 1958-1959;library, Milwaukee (Wisconsin) Public Library. System, 1960-1982.

Achievements

  • Avocations: free lance writing, illustration. F C.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles and poetry to publications and journals. Developer (with husband) games for publication in magazines.

Membership

Active member Sheboygan (Wisconsin) Community Players, 1957-1958. Leader Great Books Discussion Group, Milwaukee, 1963-1964. Member American Library Association, Special Libraries Association, Art Libraries Society of North America, (committee standards for art libraries, 1973-1975), Wisconsin Fellowship Poets, National League American Pen Women, Academy American Poets, Inc., Beta Phi Museum.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Free lance writing, illustration.

Connections

Married Carl H. Losse, January 20, 1962.

father:
Truman Roy Mansfield

mother:
Emilie (Hildebrandt) Mansfield

spouse:
Carl H. Losse