Louise Connolly


Supervisor of grammar grades Newark Pubic Schools (1902). Became associated with Public library. About 1906-1910, served as superintendent in the Summit Schools. Potentially ousted because she was a woman.

1912 became Educational Advisor to the Library and Museum. Wrote many publications. Trained museum apprentices. Original member of the National Committee for better films.

Image is from Newark Library Collection.

From “Louise Connelly”


Newark Library and Museum. Louise Connolly.

Baker, Mariana Narrative for tableaux; Newark Women of the Century.

“Louise Connelly Educator Dies” New York Times Jul 18, 1927

C-32 Connolly, Louise (59 articles), Newark News Morgue, Newark Public Library

“Want Woman for School Superintendent” Courier News Feb 21, 1910