Dorothy Reeder in her office.
Raised in Washington, Dorothy Reeder worked at the Library of Congress before being sent to Seville in 1929. Later that year, she becomes head of the periodical department at the American Library in Paris. She is appointed director in 1937.
Starting on Saturday 16 January, the Library will close each night at 18h in accordance with the new national curfew.
On Saturday and Sunday, the Library will open early to compensate for the reduced evening hours.
Tue–Fri: 10h–18h | Sat: 9h30–18h | Sun: 12h–18h | Mon: Closed