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Librarian , writer

Mary Lynette Larsgaard, American librarian, writer. Recipient SLAG&M Honors award, 1995, ALCTS Presidential Citation, 2002. Member of American Library Association (Magert Honors award 1983, MAGERT Honors award 1983), We. Association Map Libraries (president 1975-1976, SLAG & M Honors award 1995, ALCTS Presidential citation 2002), Beta Phi Museum, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Larsgaard, Mary Lynette was born on August 4, 1946 in Dickinson, North Dakota, United States. Daughter of Martin Vilhelm and Helen Maud (Brooks) Larsgaard.

Education

Bachelor in Geology, Macalester College, 1968. Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, University Minnesota, 1969. Master of Arts in Geography, University Oregon, 1978.

Career

Assistant documents/maps library Ctlr. Washington State College, Ellensburg, 1969-1976. Map library Colorado School Mines, Golden, 1978-1986, assistant head special collections, 1986-1988.

Assistant head map & imagery laboratory University California, Santa Barbara, 1988—2009.

Membership

Member of American Library Association (Magert Honors award 1983, MAGERT Honors award 1983), We. Association Map Libraries (president 1975-1976, SLAG & M Honors award 1995, ALCTS Presidential citation 2002), Beta Phi Museum, Phi Beta Kappa.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Walking, reading, dance.

Connections

father:
Martin Vilhelm Larsgaard

mother:
Helen Maud (Brooks) Larsgaard