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Ange. V. Milner was typically described as frail and by 1917 her poor health had impeded her ability to work. Her active work in the library officially ended on October 15, 1927. She died January 13, 1928. The University closed for her funeral held in the University (now Capen) Auditorium. Newspaper accounts report the auditorium was overflowing. The University was aware of its loss and the importance of her life on the campus, “Her record will long remain as one of the potent influences in the making of a great institution.”
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