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Francis Joseph Campbell Award

An award consisting of a citation and a medal presented to a person who has made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of library service for the blind and physically handicapped. This contribution may take the form of an imaginative and constructive program in a particular library; a recognized contribution to the national library program for blind persons; creative participation in library associations or organizations that advance reading for the blind; a significant publication or writing in the field; imaginative contribution to library administration, reference, circulation, selection, acquisitions, or technical services; or any activity of recognized importance. Administered by the Libraries Serving Special Populations Section.

Recipients

1966 _ Howard Haycraft
1967 _ Kenneth Jernigan
1968 _ Robert Stuart Bray
1969 _ Alexander Joseph Skrzypek
1970 _ Alexander Scourby
1971 _ Anne Thompson MacDonald
1972 _ Keith W. Jennison and Frederick A. Thorpe
1973 _ Marjorie S. Hooper
1974 _ Senator Jennings Randolph
1975 _ Arthur Helms
1976 _ Charles Gallozzi
1977 _ Adeline Franzel
1978 _ Richard Kinney
1979 _ Jenny W. Beck and Volunteer Services for the Blind
1980 _ Bernard M. Krebs
1981 _ Bianca Judith Lastrapes 1982 _ Frank Kurt Cylke and the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped staff
1983 _ Raymond C. Kurzweil
1984 _ Maxine B. Dorf
1985 _ Frances A. Koestler
1986 _ Robert J. Levy
1987 _ William F. Gallagher
1988 _ James G. Chandler
1989 _ Carson Y. Nolan
1990 _ James R. DeJarnatt
1991 _ Stuart Carothers
1992 _ Eunice G. Lovejoy
1993 _ Mary A. Roatch
1994 _ Richard C. Peel
1995 _ Dr. Barry Cronin
1996 _ Miriam Pace
1997 _ Senator John Chafee
1998 _ Gerald A. Buttars
1999 _ Donald John Weber
2000 _ Dr. Norman R. Coombs
2001 _ Barbara Mates
2002 _ Julie Klauber
2003 _ James R. Fruchterman
2004 _ Canadian National Institute for the Blind
2005 _ Judith M. Dixon and Wells B. Kormann of the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress
2006 _  Axel Schmetzke

Nomination Process

Information on the nomination process for this award can be found using the "Nominations" link found in the left-hand column. You may also learn more about current and recent recipients using the left-hand navigation.


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