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Lucile Deaderick

librarian

Lucile Deaderick was American librarian. President, board directors Mabry-Hazen Museum, Knoxville, 1992-1995; board directors, secretary American Red Cross, Knoxville, 1980-1995. Member Association for Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities, East Tennessee History Society (treasurer, president).

Background

Deaderick, Lucile was born on June 22, 1914 in Knoxville. Daughter of Paul Stuart and Josephine Lee (Galyon) Deaderick.

Education

Bachelor, University Tennessee, 1934. Bachelor of Liberal Studies, University Illinois, 1937.

Career

Catalog assistant Lawson McGhee Library., Knoxville, 1929-1941. Editor bulletin American Library Association, Chicago, 1941-1947. Library Fort Loudoun Regional Library., Lenoir City, Tennessee, 1947-1951, Knox County Schools, Knoxville, 1951-1968.

Associate professor Library. School University Tennessee, 1968-1969. Director Knoxville-Knox County Public Library., 1970-1978.

Works

  • Editor: Heart of the Valley: A History of Knoxville, Tennessee, 1976.

Membership

President, board directors Mabry-Hazen Museum, Knoxville, 1992-1995. Board directors, secretary American Red Cross, Knoxville, 1980-1995. Member Association for Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities, East Tennessee History Society (treasurer, president).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, bridge, genealogy.

Connections

father:
Paul Stuart Deaderick

mother:
Josephine Lee (Galyon) Deaderick