My librarian friend tells me they left off the memoirs of Casanova. LOL
Yes, indeed, Casanova was a librarian:http://www.casanovawasalibrarian.com/I would've also included David Hume:'It was after returning to Edinburgh in 1752, as he wrote in My Own Life, that "the Faculty of Advocates chose me their Librarian, an office from which I received little or no emolument, but which gave me the command of a large library." This resource enabled him to continue historical research for The History of Great Britain.'http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Hume
For other famous people, some of whom are known as authors, who are not usually known for their practice of librarianship see here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_librarians#One-time_librarians_noted_for_other_accomplishments
Well, Dave, now you know what to do when you retire.