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Sister Marie Inez Johnson, American librarian. Named Minnesota Library of the Year, 1967; Butler Foreign Study fellow, College St. Catherine, 1958. Member Conference American Folklore for Youth, St. Paul Speakers Bureau; committee standard catalog High School member Catholic Support Children's Literature television Series; trustee James J. Hill Library., since 1970; Member of American Catholic Library. Associations (various committees).

Background

Johnson, Sister Marie Inez was born on June 2, 1909 in Mitchell, South Dakota, United States. Daughter of Charles and Inez L. (Williams) Johnson.

Education

Bachelor in English, College St. Catherine, 1929. Bachelor of Liberal Studies, College St. Catherine, 1939. Master of Library Science, College St. Catherine, Columbia, 1940.

Postgraduate, University Denver, 1952. Postgraduate, University Southern California, 1954.

Career

Joined Sisters St. Joseph Carondolet, 1926. Teacher, elementary schools St. Paul, 1930—1938. Library College St. Catherine, 1940—1942, head library, 1942—1973.

Member, steering committee University Minnesota Workshop for Libraries, 1956. Library consultant survey Mount Mercy College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1963—1964. Building consultant Fontbonne College, St. Louis, since 1964.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: (column) Catholic library World, since 1954. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Conference American Folklore for Youth, St. Paul Speakers Bureau. Committee standard catalog High School member Catholic Support Children's Literature television Series. Trustee James J. Hill Library., since 1970.

Member of American Catholic Library. Associations (various committees).

Connections

father:
Charles Johnson

mother:
Inez L. (Williams) Johnson