San Diego County
MARJORIE H. KOBLER
††††††††††† Marjorie H. Kobler, the capable librarian of the San
Diego County Library, has been continuously connected with the institution for
nearly two decades.† She is a native of
Utica, New York, and a daughter of Edwin J. and Mary L. (Curtis) Kobler, who
were also born in the Empire state.
††††††††††† Marjorie H. Kobler completed the course at the San Diego
high school and subsequently attended the San Diego State Teacherís College,
then known as the San Diego Normal School.†
It was in 1914 that she entered the service of the San Diego County
Library, with which she has been identified to the present time, becoming
librarian in December, 1930.† Her long
training in library methods and her particular talent for the work splendidly
qualified her for the important and responsible duties now devolving upon
her.† Miss Kobler is a member of the
California Library Association and the National Business & Professional Womenís
V. Gerald Iaquinta.
Source: California of the South
Vol. III, by John Steven McGroarty, Page 195, Clarke Publ.,
Chicago, Los Angeles,†
© 2012 †V. Gerald Iaquinta.