Excerpt from Northwestern University Bulletin: Report of Librarian; February 1, 1910
At the end of the year iviiss Grace E. Lasher, who served the Library faithfully and efficiently in several capacities for four years, resigned, as did also Miss Lilian A. Anderson, who was with us for nearly two years, and Whose work also gave entire satisfaction. Miss Lasher's place as cataloguer has been filled by transferring Miss Thompson from the Circulating Department to the Cataloguing Department, and the two places in the Circulating Department have been filled by the appointment, as assistants, of Miss Amy Cowley and Mr. Emil S. Ehmen, both of them members of the recent gradu ating class of Northwestern: The members of the staff have continued to work with the utmost faithfulness and cheerfulness under the somewhat adverse circum stances mentioned earlier in the report, and have continued to handle the incoming current accessions with little delay, in Spite of the fact that these have increased without a proportionate addition to the numbers of the staff. With only slight assistance, Miss Falley has handled the new orders, larger in number and more complicated than formerly, as also the now very detailed financial accounts. She is deserving of special commendation.
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