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Wolfe, Anna M. Lindsey

(born: 1921  -  died: 1996) 

Anna M. Lindsey Wolfe was one of the first four African American students to take library classes (at home) from the University of Kentucky Extension Program in 1952. She served as the last librarian of the Mero Street Library (for African Americans) in Frankfort, KY. She was also a school principal. Anna Wolfe was the mother of George C. Wolfe. For more see Library Service to African Americans in Kentucky, by R. F. Jones; and Community Memories: a glimpse of African American life in Frankfort, Kentucky edited by W. L. Fletcher and S. M. Burton.

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NKAA Source: Library service to African Americans in Kentucky, from the Reconstruction Era to the 1960s
NKAA Source: Community memories: a glimpse of African American life in Frankfort, Kentucky

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NKAA Entry:  Wolfe, George C.
NKAA Entry:  Frankfort Colored Library (Franklin County, KY)

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