Mae Graham

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Mae Graham was an Assistant Professor from 1936-1942 and an Associate Professor from 1942-1946 in the Library Science program at the College of William and Mary. She was a member of the American Library Association committee for editing a new edition of "1000 Books for the Senior High School Library" from around 1937-1939. The Library Science program was discontinued in 1947.

Ms. Graham is mentioned in news articles in The Flat Hat, the student newspaper, as is the Library Science program. A couple of the articles mentioning her can be found in the following issues: May 13, 1942, page 2; January 16, 1946, page 3; May 15, 1946, page 1. The discontinuation of the library science program is mentioned in the November 25, 1947 issue, page 3.

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