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Margaret Vaughan Meyer

educator , librarian

Margaret Vaughan Meyer, American librarian, educator.


Meyer, Margaret Vaughan was born on March 13, 1919 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Clifford and Fannie (Lehman) Vaughan.


Bachelor of Education, University of California at Los Angeles, 1942. Master of Library Science, University Southern California, 1967.


Elementary teacher Indio School District, Indio, California, 1942-1943, Lawndale School District, Lawndale, 1943-1944, Los Angeles Unified Schools, 1946-1953. Program library City of Pasadena Library., Pasadena, California, 1965-1985.


  • Co-author (Spanish-English): Centeno Collection-Annotated, 1977. Author (biographical and notes, 2 CDs): Clifford Vaughan classical music.


Organizer, chairman library committee Parent-Teachers Association, Los Angeles, 1961—1964, honorary life member, 1964. Volunteer Committee Solidarity People of El Salvadore, 1985—1997. Member Citizens Committee Save Elysian Park, 1987—1997, Los Angeles County Museum Art, 1986—2003, Friends of Pasadena Public Library., 1986—1998, Food Bank, Washington, since 2004.

Member of American Library Association (delegate 1967-1980), Los Angeles Public Library., Library. Foundation (charter member), California Library. Association, American Federation Teachers (executive board Los Angeles chapter), Denishawn Repertory Dancers (honorary board directors), Sierra Club.


  • Other Interests

    Music, reading, swimming, gardening, games.


Married Donald Robert Meyer, September 3, 1949 (deceased March 2002). Children: Karen, Frederick E., Julie Meyer. Married Arnoldo Ramos, 1985.

3 children.

Clifford Vaughan

Fannie (Lehman) Vaughan

Donald Robert Meyer

Arnoldo Ramos

Karen Meyer

Frederick E. Meyer

Julie Meyer