Louise Seaman Bechtel Fellowship

About the Louise Seaman Bechtel Fellowship
The Louise Seaman Bechtel Fellowship is designed to allow qualified children's librarians to spend a month or more reading and studying at the Baldwin Library of the George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville. The Baldwin Library contains a special collection of 85,000 volumes of children's literature published mostly before 1950.

Administered by:

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2006 Recipient(s)

Jacquelyn Rogers

"The Child Illustrated: Social Roles Revealed Through Dress Depicted In The 19 th and 20 th Century Children's Literature"

Mary Marshall

"The Anatomy Of A Book Collection: Ruth M. Baldwin and Her Quest To Build A Historical Children's Book Collection (1953-1990)"