Doris Crump Bradshaw worked as a librarian and part-time cataloger at the Columbia Public Library from 1942-1946. Most of her time, however, was spent working in the community and in organizations throughout the state of Missouri. Of the numerous organizations that she was involved in, she was most active in the American Association of University Women. In 1945–1949, she was the State Legislative Chairman for Missouri. She was also the State Social Studies Chairman for one year, from 1950 to 1951. Bradshaw was also active in the League of Women Voters, other women's associations, including the Daughters of the American Colonists and the University of Missouri Fortnightly Club, and library organizations such as the Columbia Public Library board and the Missouri Library Association.Source: Wikipedia
Public research university in Columbia, Missouri, USA
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