Librarian of the League Secretariat at Geneva. (Before this Wilson worked as a librarian at Columbia University). She is described as "the American librarian, who built up and organized the League library in the first six years of the Secretariat's existence" (The Origin, Structure and Working of the League of Nations. Charles Howard Ellis, 194). Hogarth Press Origins of the League Covenant published uder the auspices of the Association for International Understanding. A brief analysis of the Covenant, article by article, based on notes taken in 1919 at the Peace Conference. Profile in Our World, March 1923, Vol 2, No. 6. Affter dismissal from the League she worked for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on one of its projects rebuilding a French town, Fargniers, almost completely destroyed during WWI. The decision to not renew her contract at the League was protested by several international women's organzations (Women, Diplomacy and International Politics Since 1500. Glenda Sluga).