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Librarian

Stephen Henry Van Dyk, American librarian. Recipient Exceptional Service award Smithsonian Institute Libraries, 1992, 93; grantee Smithsonian Research Resources, 1991, Smithsonian Institute Women's Committee, 1989. Member First Presbyterian Church, Palisades, New York, since 1990. Member Special Libraries Association (representative to ARLIS since 1993), ARLIS/NA (chair deceased arts committee since 1985).

Background

Dyk, Stephen Henry Van was born on June 19, 1950 in Paterson, New Jersey, United States. Son of George Disler and Lillian Jeanette (Bogert) Van Dyk.

Education

Bachelor, William Paterson College, 1972. Master of Library Science, University North Carolina, 1973. Postgraduate, Rutgers University, since 1982.

Career

Reformed library Bloomfield (New Jersey) College, 1973-1973. Architecture library New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, 1974-1981. Art and architecture library New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, 1981-1984.

Art department head library Mid-Manhattan Library. New York Public Library., 1984-1988. Chief library Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York City, since 1988.

Membership

Member First Presbyterian Church, Palisades, New York, since 1990. Member Special Libraries Association (representative to ARLIS since 1993), ARLIS/NA (chair deceased arts committee since 1985).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: marathon running, square dancing.

Connections

father:
George Disler Dyk

mother:
Lillian Jeanette (Bogert) Van Dyk