Summer 1995 Rural Libraries and Information Services
Fall 1995 The Library and Undergraduate Education
Winter 1996 Perspectives on Quality in Libraries
Spring 1996 Imagination and Scholarship:
The Contributions of Women to American Youth Services and Literature
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by Michael Ley (email@example.com)
- Kay E. Vandergrift:
Female Advocacy and Harmonious Voices: A History of Public Library Services and Publishing for Children in the United States.
- Margaret Bush:
New England Book Women: Their Broadening Influence.
- Karen Patricia Smith:
Initiative and Influence: The Contributions of Virginia Haviland to Children's Services, Research and Writing.
- Betsy Hearne:
Margaret K. McElderry and the Professional Matriarchy of Children's Books.
- Ann D. Carlson:
Zena Sutherland: Reviewer, Teacher, and Author.
- Lynn S. Cockett:
Writing for Parents about Children's Literature in Mass Market Publications, 1900-1950.
- Christine A. Jenkins:
Professional Jurisdiction and ALA Youth Services Women: Of Nightingales, Newberies, Realism, and the Right Books, 1937-1945.
- Anne Lundin:
The Pedagogical Context of Women in Children's Services and Literature Scholarship.
- Jane Anne Hannigan:
A Feminist Analysis of the Voices for Advocacy in Young Adult Services.