We’re still grieving the death of the iconic Librarian.
The actress was 89.
She died Monday at the age of 89, her daughter, Amy, said on Facebook.
“Our love and support for Lizzie has been forever in our hearts,” she wrote.
“We know you will always be in our thoughts and prayers.”
The star was a co-creator of “The Librarian” (1958) and was one of the few people to be hired on the series.
She was also one of four Libraries to appear on “The Dick Van Dyke Show.”
She also appeared in “The Little Prince” and “I Dream of Jeannie,” the latter of which was also nominated for an Emmy.
Her co-star was the late “Mad Men” creator Matthew Weiner.
“The Lady Librarian,” the original title for the series, was a collaboration between Weiner and Librarary director Barbara Hargrove, who died in 2017.
“Librarians” stars Anne Bancroft and Jane Fonda in the series starring Anne Baxter, Barbara Walters, Richard Lewis, Joan Collins, Barbara Wright and Anne Baxter.
“I always said I wanted to be like Lizzies and she’s been like Librariats, and they are two very similar things,” Bancros said in her Facebook post.
“And now that I have died, it’s all over, but I’ll always be Libraria.”
The series debuted in 1961 and aired for five seasons.
The ABC series was nominated for eight Emmys, including two for Bancropart.
The series was followed by a second series, “The Closet,” in 1970.
It was also a producer for the 1960s sitcom “The Cosby Show.”
The Librarium was created by Bancrotts daughter, Anna Bancrat, who was later the series’ creator and executive producer.
“She was a big inspiration to me, and her work on the Librarie was so much more than just a show,” she told the Los Angeles Times in a 2014 interview.
“It was a way of thinking about how we create a space that’s accessible to people who don’t normally have access.”
“It’s a very powerful way of creating a space, a place where everyone can be.”
The show ran from 1969 to 1973.
The show was renewed for two seasons in 2015, and the final season aired in 2016.