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Jean Lisette Aroeste, MLS (born 2 October 1932; age 89) was an acquisitions department librarian at Harvard from 1954 until 1962, when she became a reference librarian at UCLA. She was not a professional television writer until Robert Justman read her unsolicited script "Is There in Truth No Beauty?" and recommended it be bought. She later wrote the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "All Our Yesterdays". She also wrote outlines for an undeveloped episode titled "The Foreseeable Future".

Aroeste's Star Trek contributions were her only work for film or television, although she did have other work related to her career as a librarian including co-editor, Directory of scholarly and research publishing opportunities: a guide to academic publishing opportunities in the humanities, social sciences, and science and technology (1971).

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