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 ====== Mary (Tryphosa) Kinley Ingraham ====== ====== Mary (Tryphosa) Kinley Ingraham ======
  
-b. March 6, 1874, Cape Wolfe (or West Cape), PEI; d.  Nov. 19, 1949, Livermore, Maine\\+b. Mar. 6, 1874, Cape Wolfe (or West Cape), PEI; d. Nov. 19, 1949, Livermore, Maine\\
  
 ===== Education: ===== ===== Education: =====
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 ===== Associations/​Committees:​ ===== ===== Associations/​Committees:​ =====
  
-1918-1944 ​ Secretary-Treasurer,​ Maritime Library (Institute) Association\\+1918-1944 Secretary-Treasurer,​ Maritime Library (Institute) Association\\
  
 ===== Honours: ===== ===== Honours: =====
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 +“The best preparation will not make a librarian out of a man or woman who has not innate fitness for the work. No one should seriously consider librarianship as a profession who does not know himself to have in his approach to books the grave, searching attitude of the scholar.” M.K. Ingraham (1920)\\
  
 “Acadia University at Wolfville in the land of Evangeline, with Mrs. Mary K. Ingraham as its ‘live librarian,​’ has been the most active representative of library progress in relation with the Maritime Library Association….” Mary S. Saxe, Library Journal (1927)\\ “Acadia University at Wolfville in the land of Evangeline, with Mrs. Mary K. Ingraham as its ‘live librarian,​’ has been the most active representative of library progress in relation with the Maritime Library Association….” Mary S. Saxe, Library Journal (1927)\\
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 Cullen, Dorothy (1950). “Mrs Mary Kinley Ingraham 1874-1949,​” Bulletin of the Maritime Library Association 14, no. 2: 1–2.\\ Cullen, Dorothy (1950). “Mrs Mary Kinley Ingraham 1874-1949,​” Bulletin of the Maritime Library Association 14, no. 2: 1–2.\\
 Elliott, J.H. (1954). “Pioneers! O Pioneers! 4. Mary Kinley Ingraham.” Canadian Library Association Bulletin 10, June, 261.\\ Elliott, J.H. (1954). “Pioneers! O Pioneers! 4. Mary Kinley Ingraham.” Canadian Library Association Bulletin 10, June, 261.\\
-.Harrison, Tanja. (2012). “The courage to connect: Mary Kinley Ingraham and the development of libraries in the Maritimes.” Library & Information History 28, no. 2: 75-102.\\+Harrison, Tanja. (2012). “The courage to connect: Mary Kinley Ingraham and the development of libraries in the Maritimes.” Library & Information History 28, no. 2: 75-102.\\
 Bird, Kym (2005). “In the beauty of holiness, from the womb of the morning: allegory, morality, and politics in Mary Kinley Ingraham’s Acadia,” Theatre Research in Canada 26, no. 1-2: 26-55.\\ Bird, Kym (2005). “In the beauty of holiness, from the womb of the morning: allegory, morality, and politics in Mary Kinley Ingraham’s Acadia,” Theatre Research in Canada 26, no. 1-2: 26-55.\\
 Mary Kinley Ingraham Fonds, Acadia University Archives, Accession No. 1944.0\\ Mary Kinley Ingraham Fonds, Acadia University Archives, Accession No. 1944.0\\
  
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