Gertrude Elizabeth Andrus

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Librarian & Storyteller


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Gertrude Elizabeth 
Andrus
Gertrude Elisabeth Andrus was born in Buffalo, New York. In 1900 she became an assistant in the Buffalo Public Library. Two years later she attended the Training School for Children's Librarians in Pittsburgh, then became the children's librarian in the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh for the next five years. Her later years were spent as the head of the children's department in the Seattle Public Library.

Selected Works
  • Andrus, Gertrude Elizabeth. (1911). Library Work in Summer Playgrounds. ALA Proceedings. (pp. 246).
  • Andrus, Gertrude Elizabeth. (1913). Why Tell Stories? Library Journal/ (pp. 169).
Bibliography
  • Alice I. Hazeltine. (1917). Library Work with Children. White Plains, NY: H.W. Wilson Company.