Anne Carroll Moore papers 1898-1960 1920-1960

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Anne Carroll Moore papers 1898-1960 1920-1960

Anne Carroll Moore (1871-1961) was a children's librarian, and an author and critic of children's books. She headed the Children's Department of the Pratt Institute Library from 1896 to 1906, and was the first Supervisor of Work with Children at the New York Public Library, 1906-1941. These papers document Moore's career and personal life, and include correspondence, news clippings, photographs, illustrations, mock-ups and a few items of ephemera.

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