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music librarian , researcher

Ellen Schultz Johnson was music librarian, researcher. Recipient certified recognition Audio Engineering Society, 1986; National Endowment of the Humanities grantee, 1986-1987.

Background

Johnson, Ellen Schultz was born on April 11, 1918 in Beatrice, Nebraska, United States. Daughter of Philisophy Daniel and Justina (Wiebe) Schultz.

Education

Bachelor, Friends University, 1939. Bachelor of Liberal Studies, University Illinois, 1941.

Career

Head library, Friends U., Wichita, Kansas, 1946-1947;head circulation and reference library, music lecturer, Wichita State University, 1959-1968;head circulation department, catalog library, music lecturer, Western Kentucky U., Bowling Green, 1968-1973;head cataloging Department, University Kansas, Lawrence, 1973-1977;library archives of recorded sound, U. Kansas, Lawrence, 1977-1988;emeritus, U. Kansas, Lawrence, since 1988. Principal investigator Associated Audio Archives, Washington, 1986-1987.

Membership

Member American Association of University Professors (officer since 1959), International Association Sound Archives (chairman copyright committee since 1984, contributor phonographic bulletin since 1986), Sonneck Society, Music Library. Association, Association for Recorded Sound Collections (associate audio archives committee 1984-1988), National Federation Music Clubs, Lawrence Business and professional Women's Club (past president), Sigma Alpha Iota.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Collecting records, outdoor activities, doll collecting.

Connections

Married Dale M. Johnson, May 12, 1944. Children: Richard, Dorothy, Brenda.

father:
Philisophy Daniel Schultz

mother:
Justina (Wiebe) Schultz

spouse:
Dale M. Johnson

child:
Richard Johnson

child:
Dorothy Johnson

child:
Brenda Johnson