Joanne Passet

Joanne Passet is the author of Cultural Crusaders: Women Librarians in the American West, 1900–17. She is currently working toward her second doctorate in history at the University of Wisconsin. Passet received her first Ph.D. from Indiana University, her M.A. in history from Bowling Green State University, and her B.A. from Bluffton College.

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