Biography and career[edit] Warren was born in 1866 in Waukegan, Illinois. She attended the University of Chicago from 1904 to 1909 and the library school at the University of Wisconsin, graduating in 1911. She was a branch manager in a "poor neighborhood" in the Chicago Public Library system,[1] and she also managed a branch in the Sears, Roebuck store in that city, which served the store's employees.[2]:28 In 1914 she relocated with her family to San Diego, California, and during World War I she helped furnish books to soldiers at Camp Kearny, California, outside of San Diego.[2]:30 She worked in the San Diego Public Library system and was the head librarian there from 1916 to 1926. She moved to the Los Angeles Public Library in the latter year, having been chosen to oversee all the system's branch libraries. In 1933 she became LAPL head librarian, one of six women overseeing large public libraries in the United States at that time.[1] In November 1941, Warren, who was considered "#1 in the field of Women Librarians," took a leave from her Los Angeles job to become director of the ALA's National Defense Book Campaign, which sought to collect and organize distribution of books to American servicemen. The campaign, headquartered in New York City, eventually became known among her closest friends as "Warren's child."[2] Warren was California Library Association president in 1921 and American Library Association (ALA) president in 1943-1944. She worked on the national level to increase federal aid to libraries and to end discrimination faced by African American librarians at ALA conference hotels.[1] Warren retired in 1947 and then taught in library science programs in Wisconsin and Michigan and at the University of Southern California.[1]


References[edit] ^ a b c d e Martha Boaz, Fervent and Full of Gifts: The Life of Althea Warren (New York: Scarecrow Press, 1961); Dorothy Drake and Virginia Milbank Fromme, Althea Warren, Librarian, N.P.: California Library Association, 1962, and "Happy 125th Birthday, Althea Warren," Library History Buff, as cited at California History Hall of Fame: Althea Warren ^ a b c :28, 29 and 54Molly Guptill Manning, When Books Went to War (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2014), ISBN 9780544535022


External links[edit] [1] Althea B. Warren Papers, 1942-1945, The American Library Association Archives v t e Presidents of the American Library Association Winsor Poole Cutter Crunden Dewey Green Linderfelt Fletcher Dewey Larned H.M. Utley Dana Brett Winsor Putnam Lane Thwaites Carr Billings Hosmer Putnam Richardson Hill Andrews Bostwick Gould Hodges J.I. Wyer Elmendorf Legler Anderson Wellman Plummer W.L. Brown Montgomery Bishop Hadley Tyler Root G.B. Utley Jennings Meyer Belden Locke Roden Eastman Keogh Strohm Rathbone Lydenberg Countryman Compton Wilson M.G. Wyer Craver Ferguson Munn Culver C.H. Brown Metcalf Warren Vitz Ulveling Rothrock Rice McDiarmid Lord Graham Fyan Downs Ludington Mumford Richards Shaw Morsch Greenaway Powell Spain Morton Bryan Wagman Castagna Vosper Gaver Mohrhardt McDonough Dix Bradshaw Doms Laich Lowrie Holley Martin Jones Moon Shank Galvin Sullivan Stone Nemeyer Sheldon Josey Lynch Minudri Chisholm Summers Berger Dougherty Schuman Miller Franklin Curley Turock Somerville Ford Symons Long Kranich Berry Freedman Hayden Brey-Casiano Gorman Burger Roy Rettig Alire Stevens Raphael Sullivan Stripling Young Feldman Todaro Neal (President-elect) Authority control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 59471410 LCCN: no99061862 Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Althea_Warren&oldid=796302541" Categories: 1866 births1958 deathsPeople from Waukegan, IllinoisUniversity of Chicago alumniUniversity of Wisconsin–Madison alumniPresidents of the American Library AssociationAmerican librariansUniversity of Southern California facultyHidden categories: Wikipedia articles with VIAF identifiersWikipedia articles with LCCN identifiers


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