Mabel Deutrich

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American archivist

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According to Wikipedia, Mabel Evelyn Deutrich was an American Archivist. In 1975 she was the highest ranking woman in the history of the National Archives. She had a 29-year career as a government archivist and served as Assistant Archivist for the Office of the National Archive from 1975 to 1979. She was a specialist on the American Revolutionary War, who inventoried War Department collections of Revolutionary War records. She was particularly active in assessing the role and status of men and women archivists. She received the 1976 NARS Meritorious Service Award for “advancing the status of women in the archival profession." After her retirement, she wrote a history of American women, Clio was a Woman: Studies in the History of American Women, focusing on the National Archives collections about women.

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