Miller Lydenberg

About

For the completion of his long and impressive service with the New York Public Library in 1941 after 45 years on the staff (including seven as director), his success as organizer and first director of the Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin (Mex. City), and A.L.A. president (1923-33).

Awards Won

Title Year
Joseph W. Lippincott Award

Awarded for the most outstanding contribution to librarianship. Given for notable professional achievement in any field of library activity.

1949 - Recipient(s)