Ruth Miller
1979 - 1980; 1985 - 1987; 1992 - 1993
Ruth Miller was born in Montreal in 1937 and received her early education there. She then attended Mount Allison University where she received a BCom degree in 1958. While at Mount Allison she was the editor of The Argosy for 1957/58. Upon graduation she worked at the Memorial Library, first as secretary to the head librarian Laurie Allison and then as a clerk in the cataloguing department. Finding librarianship to her liking, Miller then attended McGill University and received a MLS in 1968. Upon graduation she was immediately hired at Mount Allison.

Although primarily a Reference Librarian, Miller also served as Acting University Librarian a number of times: for 15 months after Eleanor Magee left, 1979 – 1980; for 18 months after Ted Phillips left, 1985 – 1987; and after Tom Eadie left, 1992-1993.

Miller retired in 2002 and continues to live in Sackville, NB.

Photograph courtesy of Ruth Miller