Mary D. Falconer 1945-1949
Mary Falconer received her early education in Canada, then left to study for three years in Scotland, followed by two terms in Switzerland. Upon her return, she attended Dalhousie University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1929. After two years in the United States, she returned to the University of Toronto to train as a Librarian. Her first position after graduation was at the Toronto Public Library.

Falconer came to Mount Allison University in 1945 as a Librarian. After one year she was appointed Dean of Women in addition to her duties as Librarian. During this time, Falconer supervised an Associate Librarian and two Assistant Librarians. She left Mount Allison in 1949. No further information is available.