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Thelma Jane Mielke, American librarian. Executive secretary Eastern States History Clearing House, 1965-1978. Member American Library Association, United Federation College Teachers (secretary, executive board 1972-1974, vice president 1976-1978), National Organization of Women, National Women's Political Caucus, American Museum Natural History, Salalm.

Background

Mielke, Thelma Jane was born on December 14, 1916 in Rochester, New York, United States. Daughter of Charles Frederick and Sophia Louise (Gottschalk) Mielke.

Education

AB, Elmhurst College, 1937. Master of Arts, University Rochester, 1939. Postgraduate, Union Theological Seminary, 1945.

Postgraduate, New York University, 1960. Master of Science, Columbia University, 1961.

Career

Assistant department philosophy University Rochester, 1937-1939. Group worker Baden St. Settlement House, 1939-1941. Resident Church of All Nations, New York City, 1942-1943.

Library Harlem Boys Club, 1943-1945. United Nations correspondent Revista, Puerto Rico, 1945-1950. Observer United Nations, 1945-1950.

Organization of American States Dommn. of Dependent Territories, Havana, Cuba, 1949. Public relations Hill & Knowlton, New York City, 1952-1954. Reformed assistant to senior reformed library Long Island University, Brooklyn, 1963-1978, head reformed services, from 1978, assistant professor, 1963-1965, associate professor, 1965-1976, professor, from 1976, vice president faculty federation, from 1979.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Library Leaves, since 1964.

Membership

Executive secretary Eastern States History Clearing House, 1965-1978. Member American Library Association, United Federation College Teachers (secretary, executive board 1972-1974, vice president 1976-1978), National Organization of Women, National Women's Political Caucus, American Museum Natural History, Salalm.

Connections

father:
Charles Frederick Mielke

mother:
Sophia Louise (Gottschalk) Mielke