Oberhausen, Debbe
November 2008
Kentucky Libraries;Fall2008, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p2
Academic Journal
The article reflects on the former presidents of the Kentucky Library Association. It states that the author was humbled by the names of those who have come before her including Virginia Winstandley, who served the organization from 1948-1949. The author notes that Winstandley was at the end of her career, but apparently, she loved her work and was always kind to the members. Meanwhile, the author also mentions about the important people who somehow nurtured her years as an undergraduate including librarians Edith Knepper and Mary Gerard.


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