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Frieda Selma Cohn

librarian

Frieda Selma Cohn, American librarian. Recipient Special Achievement award, Temple Beth El., 1972. Board directors Temple Beth El. Member of Association Computing Machinery, Special University Libraries Group, Madison Area Library. Council, Hadassah, Basketball Boosters, Blue Line, Winged Foot (Tom Jones award 1978).

Background

Cohn, Frieda Selma was born on January 15, 1915 in Princeton, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of Hyman and Clara Louise (Feldman) Swed.

Education

Bachelor of Education, University Wisconsin, 1935. Master of Arts in Math, University Wisconsin, 1936.

Career

Library. University Wisconsin, Madison, 1936—1943, librarian, academy specialist, tutor, from 1948. Library Forest Products Laboratory, 1943—1948.

Membership

Board directors Temple Beth El. Member of Association Computing Machinery, Special University Libraries Group, Madison Area Library. Council, Hadassah, Basketball Boosters, Blue Line, Winged Foot (Tom Jones award 1978).

Connections

Married Herbert E. Cohn, March 17, 1946.

father:
Hyman Swed

mother:
Clara Louise (Feldman) Swed

spouse:
Herbert E. Cohn