Some founding members

Wallis, Elizabeth
October 2007
Indexer;Oct2007, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p229
Academic Journal
The author reflects on influential members of the Society of Indexers during the organization's 50-year history. The article discusses indexer G. Norman Knight who worked to contact indexers interested in forming a society. The author also mentions former organization treasurer Margaret Anderson, former secretaries John Gordon and Cecil Robertson, and former Society publication editors Monty Harrod and Hazel Bell. She credits the Society's past leadership with sound judgment and common sense proved by the financial security and membership retention experienced by the organization.


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