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Librarian ( hum: library)librarian

Frances Hunt Hall, American librarian. Bar: North Carolina 1959. Board directors Badger-Iredell Found, Raleigh, since 1983, Triangle Area American Red Cross, Raleigh, since 1981; Member of American Library Association, American Bar Association, Special Library Association, American Association Law Libraries, North Carolina Library Association, North Carolina Bar Association.

Background

Hall, Frances Hunt was born on July 14, 1919 in Panama City. Son of Franklyn Evelyn and Ida Sue (Hunt) Hall. Bachelor of Arts, University North Carolina-Greensboro, 1940.

Education

Bachelor, University North Carolina-Greensboro, 1940. Master of Arts, University North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 1955. M.S.L.S., 1957; Juris Doctor, 1959.

Career

Assistant law librarian University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1959—1963. Assistant professor School Library Science, 1968—1972. Reference librarian University Chicago Law School, 1963—1966.

Documents librarian University North Carolina-Greensboro, 1966—1968. Associate professor, assistant law librarian University Virginia, Charlottesville, 1972—1973. Associate professor, law librarian Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 1975—1977.

Librarian North Carolina Supreme Court, Raleigh, since 1977. Board directors Cinema, Inc., Raleigh. Lieutenant Commander United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1954.

Achievements

  • Bar: North Carolina 1959.

Membership

Board directors Badger-Iredell Found, Raleigh, since 1983, Triangle Area American Red Cross, Raleigh, since 1981. Member of American Library Association, American Bar Association, Special Library Association, American Association Law Libraries, North Carolina Library Association, North Carolina Bar Association.

Connections

father:
Franklyn Evelyn Bachelor of Arts

mother:
Ida Sue (Hunt) Hall. Bachelor of Arts