Awards & Winners

Charlemae Hill Rollins

Date of Birth 20-June-1897
Place of Birth Yazoo City
(Yazoo County, Mississippi, United States of America)
Nationality United States of America
Profession Librarian
Charlemae Hill Rollins was a pioneering librarian, author and storyteller in the area of African-American literature. During her thirty-one years as head librarian of the children’s department at the Chicago Public Library as well as after her retirement, she instituted substantial reforms in children’s literature.

Awards by Charlemae Hill Rollins

Check all the awards nominated and won by Charlemae Hill Rollins.


Coretta Scott King Award for Authors
Honored for : Black Troubadour: Langston Hughes

Nominations 1971 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Coretta Scott King Award for Authors Black Troubadour: Langston Hughes