Bogle, Sarah C.N. (1870–1932)
Bogle, Sarah C.N. (1870–1932)
American librarian. Born Sarah Comly Norris Bogle in Milton, Pennsylvania, Nov 17, 1870; died in White Plains, NY, Jan 11, 1932; dau. of John Armstrong Bogle (chemical engineer) and Emma Ridgway (Norris) Bogle; attended University of Chicago; graduate of Drexel Institute, 1904.
Leader in children's library work, library education, and international library service, became head of children's department at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (1911) and principal of the training school for children's librarians (which became Carnegie Library School); served as president of Association of American Library Schools (1917–18), assistant secretary of American Library Association (ALA, 1920–32), secretary to the ALA's Board of Education for Librarianship (1924–32), and director and primary fund raiser for Paris Library School (1923–29); active on many international library committees; elected to Library Hall of Fame (1951). The Sarah C.N. Bogle Memorial Fund of the ALA became the Bogle International Library Travel Fund (1982).
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