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Information scientist , consultant

Margaret Helen Graham, American information scientist, consultant. Fellow American Institute Chemists; member American Chemical Society, American Society Information Science, Special Libraries Association.

Background

Graham, Margaret Helen was born on December 25, 1923 in Dallas, Texas, United States. Daughter of Talford Gillespie and Helen Gould (Holbrook) Smith.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Mary Washington College, University of Virginia, 1947.

Career

Literature chemist, Sharples Chemical Company, Wyandotte, Michigan, 1947-1950;supervisor literature searching, Ethyl Corporation, Ferndale, Michigan, 1950-1956;private practice consultant, Trenton, Michigan, 1956-1963;technical librarian, General Motors Research laboratories, Warren, Michigan, 1963-1966;manager information services, Exxon Research and Engineering, Florham Park, New Jersey, 1966-1986;vice president, Jandec Corporation, New Providence, New Jersey, since 1986. Consultant United Nations Industrial Development Organisation, Vienna, since 1986. Board directors Engineering Information, New York City.

Member of advisory board Chemical Abstracts Svc., Columbus, Ohio, 1978-1982. Chairman of Commission technical information American Petroleum Institute, 1974-1984. Member committees United States National Commision on Libraries and Information Science.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapters to books, articles to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow American Institute Chemists. Member American Chemical Society, American Society Information Science, Special Libraries Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: hiking, bridge, travel, genealogy, gardening.

Connections

Married Ronald Arthur Graham, April 25, 1950. Children: Alan R., Brian Y., Cathy A.

father:
Talford Gillespie Smith

mother:
Helen Gould (Holbrook) Smith

spouse:
Ronald Arthur Graham

children:
Alan R. Graham

Brian Y. Graham

Cathy A. Graham