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Encyclopedia of Ohio Associations. Martha S. Alt, religious studies librarian. Member American Library Association, American Theological Library. Association, Ohio Theological Libraries Association (program chair 1988-1991), Ohio Library. Alt, Martha S. was born on January 10, 1943 in Jelloway, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Robert John and Mildred (Patterson) Stratton. Bachelor, certified in teaching, Indiana Wesleyan University, 1964.
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