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 “Her ability to work with other people is attested to by membership on the Council as well as the Board of Directors of the Canadian Library Association, to the Presidential offices severally of the Ontario Library Association, of the Atlantic Provinces Library Association and, in 1962, of the Canadian Library Association. Her knowledge of the wider world of librarianship was enhanced by her receipt of a Canada Council grant which enabled her to visit Scandinavian libraries and, subsequently, to compare these with our own in such a way as to be of mutual benefit to librarians in both countries.\\ “Her ability to work with other people is attested to by membership on the Council as well as the Board of Directors of the Canadian Library Association, to the Presidential offices severally of the Ontario Library Association, of the Atlantic Provinces Library Association and, in 1962, of the Canadian Library Association. Her knowledge of the wider world of librarianship was enhanced by her receipt of a Canada Council grant which enabled her to visit Scandinavian libraries and, subsequently, to compare these with our own in such a way as to be of mutual benefit to librarians in both countries.\\
-Those persons who knew Ruby Wallace well will not be surprised to learn that she willed her remains to science and that she called for contributions to the Scholarship Fund of the Canadian Library Association in lieu of flowers. Those librarians who knew her only casually will always associate her with that small but select band of professionals who held charter membership in the Canadian Library Association.” — Eugene Gattinger, President, Atlantic Provinces Library Association, 1965.\\+Those persons who knew Ruby Wallace well will not be surprised to learn that she willed her remains to science and that she called for contributions to the Scholarship Fund of the Canadian Library Association in lieu of flowers. Those librarians who knew her only casually will always associate her with that small but select band of professionals who held charter membership in the Canadian Library Association.” — Eugene Gattinger, President, Atlantic Provinces Library Association, 1965.\\
  
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