Nigel Molesworth

Nigel Molesworth, born in Devon on 1 April 1932 to Zeal Monachorum and Ermintrude Entwhistle Molesworth. He majored in Latin at St. Custard’s (1951-1954), and went on to a master’s degree in Library Science in Chicago (1961). He won St. Custard’s Distinguished Alumni Award in 1961; worked for the CIA in Washington, D.C.; became permanent Librarian and Archivist of the Molesworth Institute in New Brunswick, NJ; served the UN on the trust territory of the Pacific Islands and was Advisor to Her Majesty Queen Saloteon the Royal Library of Tonga in 1964. His languages included Latin, Greek, French, Russian, Spanish, and Treen.

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