Mann, Margaret

Mann, Margaret

(1873–1960) cataloguer; born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She taught library science at her alma mater, Chicago's Armour Institute, and was a cataloguer at the Carnegie Library in Pittsburgh (1903–19). She organized and recatalogued the Engineering Society Library in New York City (1919–24) and taught at the Paris (France) Library School (1924–26). While teaching at the University of Michigan, she authored the first basic text for librarianship, Introduction to Cataloging and the Classification of Books (1930).
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Sky Blue Sam with Tiny Teddies staff ( back, from left) Lauren Yardley, Rosa Petrucci, Aysha Bhayat with Rosie Ingram, three, Kim Holmes with William Morgan, two, and (front) Gurvinder Mann, Margaret Prentice with Rhys Howe, three, Parvinder Kumari and Collette O'Connor.
Joyce is pictured on the bench, left, and recalls these names of children and teachers - Dorothy Johns, Sylvia Duck, Anne Jordan, Audrey Issaacs, Arnold Humphries, Maurice Cope, Joy Falconer, Barbara Mann, Margaret Perrygrove, June Davies, Cedric Davies, Mr Hodgson (headmaster), Mr Norman (teacher) and Miss Knock (gym teacher).
The Auction Committee is comprised of Penny Beitler, Dorothy DeCarlo, Rhona Hoffmann, Mady Lesnik, Leslie Mann, Margaret McCurry, and Suzanne Green Stevens.