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Marian Catherine Manley, American librarian. Recipient Lippincott award, 1953.

Background

Manley, Marian Catherine was born on June 17, 1892 in Atchison, Kansas, United States. Daughter of Reuben and Harriet (Stringfellow) Manley.

Education

Master of Arts (honorary), Rutgers University, 1950.

Career

Administrative assistant, Newark Public Library, 1915-1920;head fiction department, Newark Public Library, 1923-1925;business branch librarian, Newark Public Library, 1926-1954;head adult department, Sioux City (Iowa) Public Library, 1920-1923;library consultant. Lecturer Rutgers University School Business Administration, Graduate School Library Svc., 1956.

Works

Membership

Chairman, member committee economic development Library Service, from 1944. Member Summit (New Jersey) Library Board, 1947-1959. Member Special Libraries Association (chairman commercial technical group, chairman membership committee, 1932-1934, executive board, 1935-1939, president New Jersey chapter 1937-1939, chairman training and recruiting committee 1937-1939, elected Hall of Fame 1959), American Library Association (activities committee 1937-1939, candidate for executive board 1940, nominating committee 1942, editorial committee 1942-1944, chairman committee on relations with local groups), New Jersey Library Association (vice president 1945-1946, president 1946-1947).

Connections

Married Gerald Haldane Winser, October 18, 1924.

father:
Reuben Manley

mother:
Harriet (Stringfellow) Manley

spouse:
Gerald Haldane Winser