Student Librarians at Harvard Divinity School

From the list supplied in: Henry J. Cadbury, "Religious Books at Harvard," Harvard Library Bulletin 5 (1951), p. 172.  HDS class year specified (dates in brackets signify last date attended for non-graduates).

1839/40 William Cutter Tenney, [1841], AB 1838; Joseph Osgood, 1842
1840/41 Thomas Dawes, 1842
1841/42 Frederic Hinckley, 1843
1842/43 Edmund Burke Willson, 1843
1843/44 Edward Capen, 1845 (librarian, Boston Public Library, 1852-1874; librarian, Haverhill Public Library, 1874-1901, emeritus after 1899)
1845/46-1846/47 George Faber Clark, 1846
1847/48 Augustus Woodbury, 1849
1848/49 Amory Battles, 1850
1849/50 Adam Ayer, 1851
1850/51-1851/52 Rushton Dashwood Burr, 1852
1852/53 Calvin Stoughton Locke, 1854
1853/54 Charles Taylor Canfield, 1855
1854/55 George Franklin Allen, 1855
1855/56-1856/57 George Washington Bartlett, 1857
1857/58-1858/59 Charles Ammi Cutter, 1859. Charles Ammi Cutter received his AB from Harvard in 1855 and completed the course of study at the Divinity School in 1859. While a student at the Divinity School, he served as its librarian. After serving as assistant to the librarian of Harvard, he was the librarian of the Boston Athenaeum, 1868-1893, and then librarian of Forbes Library, Northampton, Massachusetts, from 1893 until his death. His Rules for a Dictionary Catalog (1st ed., 1875) and his Expansive Classification (1st ed., 1891) are classic works in modern library science.
1859/60-1860/61 Augustus Mellen Haskell, 1861
1861/62-1862/63 David Henry Montgomery, 1863
1863/64 Calvin Stebbins, [1865]
1866/67-1868/69 Benjamin Franklin McDaniel, 1869
1869/70-1870/71 Nicholas Paine Gilman, 1871
1876/77 Cyrus William Christy, 1875
1877/78 Frederick Meakin, 1878
1878/79-1879/80 Charles Brown Elder, 1880
1879/80-1881/82 Charles Jason Staples, 1881
1882/83-1883/84 Arthur Anderson Brooks, 1884
1883/84-1884/85 Horace Leslie Wheeler, 1885
1885/86-1886/87 Merle St. Croix Wright, 1887