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Boothe, Louise Worthington

    Full Name: Boothe, Louise Worthington

    Other Names:

    • Louise W Boothe
    • Louise W. Boothe
    • Louise Worthington
    • Louise Boothe

    Gender: female

    Date Born: unknown

    Date Died: April 1974

    Place Died: Funchal, Ilha da, Madeira, Portugal

    Home Country/ies: Canada and Switzerland

    Subject Area(s): Moroccan


    Scholar of Moorish and Moroccan art; librarian at the public library of Toronto. Boothe was also a member of the ALA (American Library Association) and served on its Adult Education Roundtable in the 1940s. During her life, she lived in Canada and Geneva, Switzerland.

    Selected Bibliography

    • “Madame Rossignol.” The North American Review 228, no. 3 (1929): 367-75.;
    • “The evolution of Moorisch Art”. Gazette Des Beaux-Arts / Fondée Par Charles Blanc. 6: 113-122, 1945;
    • Luce, Stephen B., and Alexei Okladnikov. “Archaeological Digest.” American Journal of Archaeology 50, no. 3 (1946): 405-20. doi:10.2307/499462, 1946;
    • “The Medersas of Morocco”. Gazette Des Beaux-Arts / Fondée Par Charles Blanc. 5-36, 1950;
    • Venetian night. New York: Vantage Press, 1966;


    Contributors: Eleanor Ross


    Eleanor Ross. "Boothe, Louise Worthington." Dictionary of Art Historians (website).

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