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Michael Stuart Freeman,director of library services for the College of Wooster in Ohio, has been named librarian at Haverford College, Pennsylvania, effective July 1.

A 1968 graduate of Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, Freeman has a master’s degree in history (1970) and an MLS (1971) from the University of Wisconsin.

Prior to his six years as director of Wooster’s Andrews Library, Freeman was the assistant chief for reference services at Dartmouth College beginning in 1975, and was named head of that department in 1978. From 1971 to 1975 he was the social sciences librarian and university archivist for Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington.

Freeman has written a number of articles and reviews for Library Journal, College and Research Libraries, Journal of Academic Librarianship, Choice, and the American Reference Books Annual. He is also co-editor of the New England Library Association’s Guide to Newspaper Indexes in New England. For two years Freeman has conducted a workshop at Kent State University entitled, “Managing College Libraries,” focusing on a variety of topics including collection development, resource sharing, and library automation.

G. Melvin Hipps,executive director of the Baylor Health Sciences Library, Baylor University

Michael Freeman

Medical Center, and professor in the Department of Educational Services,

Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, Texas, has been named director of university libraries and professor at Mercer University, Atlanta, Georgia, effective September 1, 1986.

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1958,

Hipps received his MLS degree and Certificate of Advanced Study from

North Texas State University. He also holds a master’s degree from the University of North Carolina and a doctorate in education from Duke University.

Before joining the staff at Baylor, Hipps served as director of the Carr P. and Ruth Collins Library/ Learning Center at Dallas Baptist University where he also served as dean of graduate studies. Previously he held posts as chairman of the Department of Education, associate academic dean, director of graduate studies, and coordinator of programs for faculty development at Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina.

Hipps is co-author and editor of Planned Change Strategies, published in 1982 by Jossey-Bass.

Claude J. Johns,dean of libraries at the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, since 1976, has been named vice president for university relations at UN C, effective July 1.

G. Melvin Hipps

Johns will direct the departments of Alumni Relations, Information Services, Development, and radio station KUNC-FM.

Prior to joining the UNC staff, Johns was director of libraries at the U.S. Air Force Academy for 15 years. He has also been a political science instructor at the University of Maryland’s Far East Division in Japan, and taught high school in Starke, Florida.

Johns earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Florida State in 1952 and 1953, a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1964, and an MLS from the University of Denver in 1975.

Claude J. Johns

Nancy H. Marshallhas been named university librarian at the Earl Gregg Swem Library, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, effective August 1. Since 1972 she has held several administrative appointments in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Library System. She has served as associate director of libraries for public services since 1979.

Marshall earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1953 and an MLS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1972.

Active in local, state, regional, and national library organizations, she served as president of the OCLC Users Council in 1981-82 and has been a member of the OCLC Board of Trustees since then. Since 1981 Marshall has been the ARL Legislative Network representative. Within ALA she is a member of Council and a member of the Ad Hoc Copyright Subcommittee of ALA’s Legislation Committee.

Marshall has written articles and reviews for many journals and publications, among them Journal of Academic Librarianship, College and Research Libraries, Library Trends, Wilson Library Bulletin, and the Bowker Annual. She has also frequently given talks or papers at conferences and meetings.

In 1982 she was the Wisconsin Library Association Librarian of the Year.

Nancy H. Marshall

MargaretC. Landrum, director of the Central Oregon Community College Library, Bend, has been named director of library services at Western

State College of Colorado, Gunnison.

Before becoming director at Central Oregon in 1979, Landrum spent four years as director of the Itawamba Junior College and University of Mississippi (Tupelo Branch) Library. From 1971 to 1974 she worked as a public school librarian.

Landrum earned her bachelor’s degree in European history and art history from Louisiana State University in 1970, an MLS in public school media from the University of Mississippi in 1975, and another MLS in academic library administration from Vanderbilt University in 1979. She has completed coursework for a Ph.D. in higher education at the University of Arizona.

Margaret C. Landrum

JohnC. Tyson, assistant director for planning, administration, and development for the University Libraries at Northern Illinois University, De-

Kalb, has been named university librarian at the University of Richmond, Virginia. His professional career at Northern Illinois University also includes service as assistant to the director (1979–81) and acting head of the Undergraduate Services Department (1981).

Prior to his work at NIU, he held library positions at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside (1977–79), West Virginia University (1976) and Concord College (1973–75).

Tyson received an MLS from the University of Illinois and a master’s degree in public administration from West Virginia University. He currently is a doctoral candidate at Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science.

His current professional activities include ALA Councilor-at-Large (1984–88), and memberships on the ALA Council Orientation Committee (1985-87); the ALA Instruction in the Use of Libraries Committee (1984–86, chair, 1984–85); and the Library Instruction Round Table’s Long Range Planning Committee. He also holds a seat on the Executive Board of the Illinois Association of College and Research Libraries (1985–87).

John C. Tyson

His previous professional activities have included service as secretary of the Library Instruction Round Table (1984-85); and memberships on the LAMA Staff Development Committee (1980-84); chair, LAMA PAS Literature Review Subcommittee (1981–84); chair, LIRT Annual Conference Program Committee (1981–82); and LAMA PAS Program Committee (1983-84). He also served as a delegate to the ALA National Forum on Continuing Education (1979) and was coorganizer of the LAMA Assistant to the Director Discussion Group (1981). He has served on various committees of the Wisconsin and Illinois Library Associations.

Tyson is an international management consultant, specializing in teambuilding and strategic planning. He has consulted with academic and public libraries throughout the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. He has contributed to r merous professional journals and is co-author of Materials and Methods for Business Research, Neal-Schuman, 1981.

RushG. Miller has been named dean of libraries and learning resources at Bowling Green State University, Ohio, effective June 2.

From 1982 to 1986, he served as director of libraries at Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas. Prior to that he was director of library services at Delta State University, Cleveland, Mississippi, from 1975 to 1982. At Bowling Green State University, he replaces William Miller, who has been acting dean for the past two years.

Rush G. Miller

Rush Miller earned a bachelor’s degree in history and philosophy from Delta State University in 1969, a master’s degree in history in 1971, a Ph.D. in medieval history in 1973 from Mississippi State University, and an MLS from Florida State University in 1974.

He has authored a number of publications in the fields of library science and history and edited Mississippi Libraries from 1980 to 1982. Active in professional associations, he served on the Executive Board of the Southeastern Library Association from 1976 to 1982, and has chaired committees in the Mississippi Library Association, Texas Library Association, and the American Library Association. He was a delegate to the White House Conference on Library & Information Services in 1979.

People in the news

David Kaser,distinguished professor of library and information science at Indiana University and a former president of ACRL, was eulogized this summer by colleagues and doctoral students who planted an oak tree in his honor at the Indiana University Arboretum. Kaser was editor of College & Research Libraries from 1963 to 1969 and was responsible for launching C&RL News as a separate publication.

Stanley D. Stevens,map librarian at the University of California, Santa Cruz, received the 1986 Hammond Incorporated/MAGERT Award for the best paper on map librarianship. Stevens is the first recipient of the award, presented at the ALA Annual Conference in New York. Stevens’s article, “Map Librarianship: Suggestions for Improvement,” appeared in the October 1985 issue of the Wilson Library Bulletin and describes the evolving relationship between librarians and federal mapping agencies.

Georgia Walter,director of the Still Memorial Library, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Missouri, has been awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Osteopathic Education by the college for her contributions to the profession and service to osteopathic libraries. She is the author of several articles on the history of osteopathy.

Appointments

(Appointment notices are taken from library newsletters, letters from personnel offices and appointees, and other sources. To ensure that your appointment appears, write to the Editor, ACRL, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago, IL 60611-2795.)

JudithC. Andrews is now documents librarian at the University of Oregon, Eugene.

John Badgleyhas been appointed curator of the Echols Collection on Southeast Asia at the Olin Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

Sallie H. Barringerhas been appointed science librarian at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.

Kenneth Blackhas been appointed archivist of Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

Mariam Bonhamis the new head of the Medical Sciences and Optometry Libraries of the University of Indiana, Bloomington.

Marcia Boosingerhas been appointed bibliographic instruction librarian in humanities at Auburn University, Alabama.

Richard Bopphas been named head of the Reference Library of the University of Illinois, Urbana.

Linda Bowles-Adarkwahas been appointed catalog librarian in the Cataloging and Systems Department at George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Nancy Brownhas been named university librarian at the University of Windsor, Ontario.

Mieczyslaw Buczkowskihas been appointed assistant librarian in the Canon Law Department of the Law Library at the University of California, Berkeley.

Teresa J. Bungardis the new manager/coordinator of the LOEX Library Instruction Clearinghouse at Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti.

Carolyn Carotis now a catalog librarian at Auburn University, Alabama.

Francis A. Capassois now reserves and circulation librarian at the Hilles Library of Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Victor Cardellis the new head of the Archive of Popular American Music at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Norma J. Carmackhas been appointed documents librarian at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.

Maidel Casonhas been appointed personnel librarian at the University of Delaware, Newark.

Mary Cervantes Clarksonis the new head of circulation at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.

Richard Clementhas been appointed assistant special collections librarian at the University of Kansas, Lawrence.

Paul Colemanhas been appointed reference and instruction librarian at North Adams State College, Massachusetts.

DwayneCox will be the new university archivist at Auburn University, Alabama, on October 1.

Russ Davidson has been appointed collection development officer at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Charles E. Davishas been appointed associate librarian in charge of public services at the La-Sierra Campus of Loma Linda University, Riverside, California.

SusanW. Davis has been appointed preservation librarian in Special Collections at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.

Paula Demanetthas been appointed head of technical services at Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania.

Howard Desshas been appointed physical sciences resource librarian at the Library of Science and Medicine on the Busch Campus of Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey.

Lana Dixonhas been appointed reference librarian at the Undergraduate Library of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

David L. Doctoris now reference librarian in the Social Sciences/Humanities Reference Department at the Oregon State University, Corvallis.

Connie Dowellis now head of reference at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Virginia Lee Eldridgehas been appointed Acorn User Services Librarian in Library Administration/Systems at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.

JohnA. Elsweiler is now head of reference at Utah State University, Logan.

Judith Emdehas been appointed assistant science librarian at the University of Kansas, Lawrence.

Ture Ericksonis now on the staff of the Reference Department at the main library of the University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

Derorah Fairranksis the new gift and exchange librarian at the University of Florida, Gainesville.

Carol Fleishauerhas been appointed department chief of acquisitions at Stanford University, California.

Barrara J. Fordis now associate director of libraries at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.

Bernard M. Franckowiakhas been named director of libraries at the University of Lowell, Massachusetts.

Richard Friedmanhas been appointed architecture librarian at Auburn University, Alabama.

Paul A. FriscHhas been appointed social sciences librarian at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.

Judy Gardnerhas been appointed public service librarian at the Kilmer Area Library of Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey.

Anita Gareyhas been appointed social science and ethnic studies bibliographer at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Ray Gerkehas been appointed assistant head of the Reference Division at Texas A&M University, College Station.

Charles Getchellhas been appointed head of the Reference Department at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Jonathan Gillhamhas been appointed public services librarian at the University of Detroit, McNichols Campus Library.

Joan Handilandshas been named head of the Sedgewick Library at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

Steven L. Hensenhas been appointed assistant curator for technical services in the Manuscript Department at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.

Mary Ann Higdonhas been appointed head of reference at Texas Tech University, Lubbock.

Susan J. Hoffmanis now assistant library instruction librarian at the University of Arizona, Tucson.

Neil R. Hugheshas been appointed music cataloger at the University of Georgia, Athens.

Stephen Hupphas been appointed head of circulation at the University of Detroit, McNichols Campus Library.

Carol G. Jenkinshas been named director of the Health Sciences Library at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Barrara J. Kacenahas been appointed science bibliographer at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

Marilyn Kannhas been appointed assistant archivist for collection development at the Hoover Institution Archives of Stanford University, California.

Michael Kellerhas been appointed associate university librarian for collection development at Yale University.

Carolyn Kopperhas been appointed head of reference at the Carlson Health Sciences Library at the University of California, Davis.

Vicki R. Kreimeyerhas been named deputy state librarian at the Washington State Library, Olympia.

Melissa Laninghas been appointed head of the Cataloging Department at the University of Louisville, Kentucky.

Elizabeth Lantzhas been appointed catalog librarian at the Moore College of Art Library, Philadelphia.

Susan P. La Parois now systems/automation librarian at Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia.

Susan M. Larsonhas been appointed coordinator for computer assisted search services at Texas Tech University, Lubbock.

Carol Leadenhamhas been appointed assistant archivist for collection development at the Hoover Institution Archives of Stanford University, California.

Earl Leehas been appointed catalog/reference librarian at Phillips University, Enid, Oklahoma.

Marilyn Lewishas been appointed cataloging librarian at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Lorin H. Lindsayhas been named director of library services at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin, Odessa.

Mary Lochheadhas been appointed reference librarian at the Elizabeth Dafoe Library at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg.

Gerald R. Lowellhas been appointed associate university librarian for technical services at Yale University.

Maija Lutzis now head of technical services in the Tozzer Library of the Peabody Muesum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University.

Joan Macdonaldhas been appointed head of the EMS Reference and Collections Development Department at the University of Waterloo, Ontario.

BrendaW. McCallum has been appointed head of the popular culture library at Bowling Green State University, Ohio.

Steve MacLeodhas been appointed head of reference at the University of California, Irvine.

Charles R. McClurehas been appointed professor at the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York.

James Markhamis now science cataloger at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Janet Martoranahas been appointed government publications librarian at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Steve Mitchellis now reference librarian at the Bio-Agricultural Library, University of California, Riverside.

LisaA. Mitten is now social sciences bibliographer for anthropology, sociology, administration of justice and geography at the University of Pittsburgh.

Carole R. Moorehas been named chief librarian at the University of Toronto, Ontario.

Carolynne Myallhas been appointed head of the Cataloging Department at the University of Missouri, Kansas City.

Michael Nelsonis now catalog librarian at Auburn University, Alabama.

Judith Nileshas been appointed director of technical services at the University of Louisville, Kentucky.

Jon Nolandhas been appointed access services/reference librarian at the University of Redlands, California.

Karen Pearsonhas been appointed serials and reference librarian at North Park College, Chicago.

Susan S. Perryhas been named head of the J. Henry Meyer Memorial Library at Stanford University, California.

Rodney Phillipshas been appointed associate director for public services of the Research Libraries of the New York Public Library, New York City.

Barbara Prioris now reference librarian at the University of Louisville, Kentucky.

Mary Reichelhas been named assistant university librarian for central services at Arizona State University, Tempe.

Arthur D. Reinharthas been appointed assistant librarian at the Whitney Library of the New Haven Colony Historical Society, New Haven, Connecticut.

Anne Rimmeris now assistant university librarian for personnel at the University of California, Irvine.

SophiaE. Sayigh has been appointed head of circulation and reserves at the John F. Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University.

Virginia Scheschyhas been appointed assistant director for technical services at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Mary Jane Scherdinhas been named assistant dean in the School of Library and Information Science at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

AliceD. Schreyer is now head of special collections at the University of Delaware, Newark.

Robert Shaddyis now director of the Instructional Materials Center of the College of Education at the University of Missouri, Columbia.

Beryl K. Smithhas been appointed art librarian at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

CarenE. Smith is now systems librarian in the University Library’s Office for Systems Planning and Research at Harvard University.

Peter Smithhas been appointed public services librarian at the University of Detroit.

Judy Solberghas been appointed reference librarian at the Undergraduate Library of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Lisa Stevensis the new head of acquisitions at the University of California, Riverside.

Wilbur Stolthas been appointed director of library public services at the University of Oklahoma, Norman.

Martha Brantigan Stowellhas been appointed monographs librarian, general technical services, at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.

Elaine Tai-Lauriahas been appointed reference manager/librarian at the Lane Medical Library of Stanford University, Stanford, California.

Anne B. Tannerhas been named assistant dean of the College of Information Studies at Drexel University, Philadelphia.

James C. Thompsonhas been named university librarian at the University of California, Riverside.

Ann Vierahas been appointed reference librarian at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Alan Wallacehas been appointed reference librarian in the Undergraduate Library at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Faith Wallishas been named history of medicine librarian at the Osier Library, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec.

James A. Walterhas been appointed reference librarian with specialization in the humanities at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Andrew H. Wanghas been promoted to program director of OCLC Asian/Pacific Services, Dublin, Ohio.

David R. Warringtonhas been appointed assistant librarian for special collections in the Law School Library of Harvard University.

Nancy Washingtonis now assistant director of the Library Processing Center at the University of South Carolina, Columbia.

Mark R. Watsonis now cataloger at the University of Oregon, Eugene.

C. Brigid Welchhas been appointed head of instructional and access services at the University of Houston-University Park, Houston, Texas.

Charles Willardhas been named librarian of the Andover-Harvard Theological Seminary of the Divinity School of Harvard University.

Gail Wilsonhas been appointed agricultural librarian and bibliographic selector for agricultural sciences at the University of Florida, Gainesville.

TeressaM. Wittig has been appointed assistant librarian for technical processing in the Rotch Library at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.

Arigail Yasguris now reference librarian at the Gutman Library of the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University.

Ella Gaines Yateshas been named librarian of the Virginia State Library, Richmond.

Retirements

Phyllis Ballretired on June 20 after more than 42 years of service at the University of Arizona, Tucson. Ball received her undegraduate degree at Arizona in 1943 and assumed a position at Stanford University before returning to Tucson the following year to work in the Registrar’s Office. Later the same year she began her career in the library as an assistant in acquisitions, becoming acquisitions librarian in 1952. As the first head of the Special Collections Department, Ball spent the balance of her career processing materials for the Arizona Collection of pamphlets, photographs, manuscripts, biographical materials, and “life and times” archives relating to the university. Her Pictorial History of the University of Arizona, 1885–1985 was published this year.

Florence E. Blakely,assistant university librarian for collection development at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, will retire at the end of the year after 38 years of service.

Mary G. Burel,head of technical services at Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania, retired on August 29 after 16 years of service.

Lorraine Freidenrergerretired on June 30 after 20 years of service in the Interlibrary Loan Department at the University of California, Davis.

Irene Graham,director of the Rowland Medical Library at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, retired in June after 31 years of service. Her career began in 1953 as a staff member at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Library. Graham served in many capacities in both state and national library science organizations.

GiokPO Oey, curator of the Echols Collection on Southeast Asia at Cornell University’s Olin Library, Ithaca, New York, retired at the end of June after 29 years of service.

Monette E. Redslob,director of the Aiken Technical College-Learning Resources Division, Aiken, South Carolina, retired in June.

Rose Marie Service,associate professor and reference librarian at the University of Oregon, Eugene, retired on June 30 after 25 years of service. She received her MLS in 1955 from the University of Minnesota, and also earned a master’s degree in educational curriculum and instruction at Minnesota. Service’s tenure at Oregon included positions as social sciences librarian, education/psychology librarian, and reference librarian.

EdithM. Sims, head of the Instructional Materials Center at the Louisiana State University Library, Baton Rouge, retired on July 7 after 35 years of service. After earning her MLS from LSU in 1951, Sims successively served as newspaper librarian, geology librarian, and government documents librarian before being appointed head of the Government Documents Department in 1959. She was head of the Social Science Division from 1968 to 1977 and was a member of the Reference Services Department from 1978 until 1983, when she assumed the position held at the time of her retirement.

Georgia Walterretired on June 30 as director of the Still Memorial Library, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Missouri, after 17 years of service.

Marjorie Webber,catalog librarian at Phillips University, Enid, Oklahoma, has retired after 17 years of service. Webber began her career in the Reference Department of Metropolitan Library in Oklahoma City in 1941. She later served as assistant librarian at Washington University Medical School, St. Louis, and health services librarian at Ohio State University, Columbus. Webber received her bachelor’s in library science at the University of Oklahoma in 1941 and her MLS there in 1981.

Deaths

Oivind Hovde,head librarian at Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, from 1949-1977, died June 8. Hovde served as head librarian longer than anyone in the college’s 125-year history and helped design the Preus Library at the college, which opened in 1969. Hovde served as president of the Iowa Library Association and helped establish the Northeast Iowa Academic Librarians group.

Marion Kliewer,associate catalog librarian at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, died June 2. He had been at the university since 1971.

Richard F. Larson,former head of the Bibliographical Division of the Acquisition Department (1956–1972) and assistant to the library planning and budget officer (1972–1980) at the University of California, Berkeley, died in San Diego this summer after a long illness. Following service in World War II, Larson earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Romance languages at Harvard University and an MLS at Berkeley in 1952. He worked in the Reference Department at Stanford University before returning to the University of California, where he served for 24 years.

Bradley Furrs Millard,reference librarian since 1963 at the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington, died suddenly on June 24. Formerly with the U.S. Army Security Agency and Arvin Industries, he received a bachelor’s degree from Illinois College, Jacksonville, in 1955 and an MLS from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1963.

G. Gordon Stevenson,associate professor at the School of Library and Information Science at the State University of New York at Albany, died June 14 after a brief illness. Prior to his library career, Stevenson earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, and taught on the music faculty there. After receiving his library degree from Indiana University in 1956, he worked as a cataloger with the New York Public Library and later became head of the Art and Music Department and associate head librarian at the Kansas City, Missouri, Public Library. He earned his Ph.D. at Indiana in 1970. In addition to teaching, Stevenson edited books on the subjects of classification history and theory, music librarianship and popular culture.

Mary Austin Walker,retired librarian in the former Catalog Department at Indiana University, Bloomington, died on May 17. She received her undergraduate degree from Hollins College in Roanoke, Virginia, and her MLS from Columbia University, New York.

JoyceC. Werner, former head of reference services at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, died June 10 following an extended illness. Werner’s career as a reference librarian spanned 32 years and included tenures with Oklahoma State University, Stillwater (1953–1955); the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana (1955–1962); Emory University, Atlanta (1962–1970); the University of Illinois at Chicago (1970–1974); and the University of South Carolina, Columbia, where she served as head of the Reference Department from 1974 to 1980, before assuming her position at LSU. Werner retired in 1985.

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