ANDERS, MARY EDNA, 1921-2001

Biography:

Librarian. Born– December 7, 1921, Northport. Parents–James W. and Edna A. Anders. ¬†Education– University of Alabama, 1940-1943; University of North Carolina, B.S. in Library Science, 1947, M.A. in Library Science, 1950; Columbia University, D.L.S, 1958. Career began as a librarian at Huntingdon College, 1943, and included positions at the University of North Carolina, Tuscaloosa High School, Birmingham Southern College, Institute for Research in Social Sciences, Florida State University, University of Florida, University of Alabama, Emory University, and Principal Research Scientist,¬†Industrial Development Division, Engineering Experiment Station, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1958-81. Member of the American, Southeastern, and Georgia Library Associations. Received the Mary V. Rothrock Award of the Southeastern Library Association; the Distinguished Service Award of the Alabama Library Association; and the Distinguished Alumna Award of the University of North Carolina. Died October 18, 2001.

Source:

Biographical Directory of Librarians in the United States, 1970; Who’s Who in Library Science, 1966; obituary, March 20, 2001.

Publication(s):

Interlibrary Cooperation in Georgia; a Report of a Survey for the Public Library Unit, Georgia Department of Education. Atlanta, Ga.; Department of Education, Public Library Unit, 1967.

Libraries and Library Services in the Southeast; a Report of the Southeastern States Cooperative Library Survey, 1972-1974. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1976.

Library and Reference Applications; Census Tapes and Printed Reports. Washington, D.C.; U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1971.

Southeastern Library Association, 1920-1950. Atlanta; Southeastern Library Association, 1956.

The Southeastern States Cooperative Library Survey, 1972-1974, Tables. Atlanta; Industrial Development Division, Engineering Experiment Station, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1975.

The Tennessee Valley Council, 1940-1949; a Regional Approach to Library Planning. Atlanta; Southeastern Library Association, 1960.