Knight, Hattie M. (Hattie Madsen), 1908-1976
- Existence: 1908 - 1976
Hattie Knight (1908-1976) was a library educator in Utah. She developed the plans for the establishment of the library science program at Brigham Young University.
Citation:Brigham Young University Library centennial history ... 1976: t.p. (Hattie M. Knight)
UPB files, 10/31/95 (Knight, Hattie Madsen, 1908-1976)
Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, via WWW, 15 April 2014 (planning for the new library school began in 1964 under the direction of Mrs. Hattie M. Knight who had charge of library education courses)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Includes correspondence to and from the American Library Association, the Library of Congress, Library Science, and others.
Contains correspondence, a copy of the BYU Library Centennial history, and notes from the director of the department, Hattie Knight.
Includes the notes, first, second, and final drafts of the history, and some additional university publications.
Brief typewritten biographies of the Madsons, their eleven children and their pioneer experiences on a farm at Elkhorn, Idaho.