Elizabeth J. Hodges (1908-1999)
Librarian and author Elizabeth Jamison Hodges attended schools in New York and in the Boston area before graduating from Radcliffe (A.B. 1931) and Simmons colleges (B.S. 1937). Hodges worked as a librarian at the Boston Public Library (1937-1941), Detroit Public Library (1941-1943), and at public libraries in Watertown, Leominster, Belmont, and Arlington, Mass. Following World War II, she served as Command Librarian for the Third Army in Germany, setting up libraries for American occupation troops. This collection includes diaries written between 1930 and 1997 which include photographs, programs, clippings, and correspondence.