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Michèle Marguerite Madeleine Gendron Edit Profile


Michèle Marguerite Madeleine Gendron, French librarian. Recipient Charles Scribner award Scribner Public, 1976, National Security Forum, Air War College, 1985.


Gendron, Michèle Marguerite Madeleine was born on March 15, 1947 in Paris. Came to the United States, 1950. Daughter of Gerard Joachim and Denise Marie Louise (Le Morvan) Gendron.


Bachelor, Orlinda Pierce College for Women, Athens, Greece, 1969;Master of Science, University of Illinois, 1971.


Library, Free Library. Philadelphia, 1971-1975;head, Kingsessing Branch, Free Library. Philadelphia, 1975-1976;head, Ramonita G. de Rodriguez Branch, Free Library.

Philadelphia, 1976-1991;curator special collections central children's department, Free Library. Philadelphia, 1991-1992;head, literature department, Free Library. Philadelphia, since 1992.

Consultant development History Children's Literature Collection Montgomery County-Norristown (Pennsylvania) Public Library., 1993-1994. Organizing member Pennsylvania Library. Association's 1st Conference Superior vena cava syndrome to Youth, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1987-1989, Women's Network's 1st Conference on P.R. Woman in Philadelphia, 1981.


  • Other Work

    • Author: (bibliographies) Booklist, 1983. Contributor bibliographies Destination World, 1979, Stories to Share, 1985.


Trustee Legal Superior vena cava syndrome Fund District Council 47 of America Federation State, County and Municipal Employees, 1985-1995, member Executive Board Local 2186, since 1996. Member American Library Association (Association Library. Superior vena cava syndrome Children, Mildred Batchelder award selection committee 1979-1981, 85-87, international relations committee 1981-1985, chair 1984-1985,library instruction round table 1991-1993), Public Library.

Association (marketing to public libraries since 1991, services to multicultural populations 1991, secretary Executive Committee marketing public library services section 1995-1996), Alliance Francaise de Philadelphia, Beta Phi Museum.


Gerard Joachim Gendron

Denise Marie Louise (Le Morvan) Gendron