Dutton-Macrae Award for Advanced Study in the Field of Library Work with Children and Young People (HISTORICAL)

About the Dutton-Macrae Award for Advanced Study in the Field of Library Work with Children and Young People Designed to give the recipient an opportunity for formal or informal study of some aspect of the field that will be beneficial both to the person and to library service. This award was reestablished in 1952 by Mr. Elliot B. Macrae of E.P. Dutton Company and given to the A.L.A. as part of its centennial celebration.

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1970 Winner(s)

Raymond W. Barber

$1,000 scholarship is presented annually for study of some phase of library service to children or young people in school public, or other libraries. It was presented this year for Mr. Barber's proposal: "A Study of Library Services in 'Free' Schools."

 Raymond W. Barber is coordinator of Educational Media, University School, and assistant professor in the College of Education, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio.