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educator , Information specialist

Grace Mcmullen Littlejohn, American information specialist, educator.

Background

Littlejohn, Grace Mcmullen was born on September 13, 1917 in Salisbury, North Carolina, United States. Daughter of Clanton Eugene and Alice (Ellis) Henderson.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Livingstone College, 1938. Master of Library Science, North Carolina College, 1956.

Career

Teacher mathematics Catawba (North Carolina) Board Education, 1942-1943, Iredell County Board Education, Statesville, North Carolina, 1944-1950. Librarian Currituck (North Carolina) County Board Education, 1953-1955, Orange County Board Education, Hillsboro, North Carolina, 1955-1959. Teacher mathematics District of Columbia Board Education, 1959-1966, librarian, since 1966.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Chairperson journal Thirty-ninth Boulé, 1982.

Membership

Vice president South Manor Civic Association, Washington, since 1987, president, 1985-1987. Board directors Phyllis Wheatley Young Women’s Christian Association, Washington, since 1985. Member National Association University Women (vice president, Outstanding Woman Year District of Columbia chapter 1978), National Council Negro Women (life, president Bethune chapter), District of Columbia Association School Librarians (president 1974-1977, archivist 1977-1987), Phi Delta Kappa, Zeta Tau Sigma, Sigma Gamma Rho (charter).

Connections

Married Richard Franklin McMullen (deceased 1964). 1 child, Alice LaFrieta. Married James Edward Littlejohn (deceased 1973).

father:
Clanton Eugene Henderson

mother:
Alice (Ellis) Henderson

spouse:
James Edward Littlejohn

spouse:
Richard Franklin McMullen

child:
Alice LaFrieta Littlejohn