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The United States Senate Librarian is the chief librarian of the United States Senate Library. The Senate Librarian reports to the Secretary of the United States Senate.

  • George S. Wagner, 1871—1875
  • George F. Dawson, 1875—1879
  • P. J. Pierce, 1879—1884
  • George M. Weston, 1884—1887
  • Alonzo W. Church, 1887—1901
  • James M. Baker, 1898—1901 (Acting Librarian)
  • Cliff Warden, 1901—1904 (Acting Librarian)
  • James M. Baker, 1904 (Acting Librarian)
  • Edward C. Goodwin, 1904—1906 (Acting Librarian)
  • Edward C. Goodwin, 1906—1921
  • Walter P. Scott, 1921—1923
  • Edward C. Goodwin, 1923—1930
  • James D. Preston, 1931—1935
  • Ruskin McArdle, 1935—1947
  • George W. Straubinger, 1947—1951
  • Richard D. Hupman, 1951—1953
  • Sterling Dean, 1953—1954
  • Richard D. Hupman, 1954 (Acting Librarian)
  • Gus J. Miller, 1954—1955
  • Richard D. Hupman, 1955—1973
  • Roger K. Haley, 1973—1997
  • Greg Harness, 1997—2008
  • Mary E. Cornaby, 2008—Present




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