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63 > Image 63 of Bulletin of the University of Kentucky, Volume 33 (1971-1972)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

tb ` l i r ` l The student attending the University of Kr1tuCl0lh PTl1"1tl and of the University include specialized collections in the 5 m$flPl following departments and colleges: Agriculture, Archi- i The general collection iii the Kirig (riiairi) Library tecture, Fine Arts, Biological Sciences, clremrstry and I and other libraries are on open shelves and are avail- Physics, Educginon, Enginggyingy Geology, Lgiyv, Library able to all students. Science, Mathematics, Medicine and Pharmacy. Each i The main card catalogue, located on the second il00r community college has a library equipped with a selcc- l of King Library, lists all books and library materials in tive collection geared to the special needs of the local i all the libraries on the Lexington campus, including program. tim Lexingiim Th0lOglCll Sml3TY The University of Kentucky is a member of the M0$'f Of thi? books and F$iTh mlYll$ 3Y housed Center for Research Libraries in Chicago. The Centcrs in the following areas of the King Library: collections, totaling over two million volumes, consist Reference ROOm__IndxS nnti ntnet reference Works, of deposits of infrequently used research materials by sneh as encyclopedias, ntinsesy und bibiingtunhies, to University libraries throughout the country. Members assist students in using iibtuts, inntennis also elect to purchase infrequently needed journals and . . . books for common uscotten on microform. Faculty _ Cfiveiiimciii Puiiiicdiidiis DeiidiiiiiG"i_OiHCidi iiiiiii and graduate students may request any of the Ccntcrs iicdiidiis Oi iiic Uiiiicd Sidici Uiiiicd _NiiiiOiiS Kimi collections on long-term loans through the reference tucky, selected states, and selected foreign countries. dnnnnmnnt nf inn King Lnnnn,. Newspaper and Microtext R00mNewspaprS from Through its participation in Public Law 480 and a Kentucky and throughout the World. DOCLlmlS, program of selective acquisition, the University library books, periodicals, and newspapers in various micro- is acquiring a collection of Arabic language publica- forms. tions in all fields currently published in the Middle Periodical Reading RoomCurrent copies of the Edsi _ _ _ _ rnnst nnnnnnuy nsnd ncnndtcnie The collection of books, periodicals, niicroforms, _ maps and manuscripts in the University libraries has Reserve Book Rm_BOOi

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