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28 April - Library Faculty Meeting — Special Collections Solarium,
8:30 a.m. ,
28 April — The Gallery Series — Jazz with Tom Senff - Noon in the
Gallery, King Library North.
l2 May — Administrative Council Meeting — Gallery, 8:30 a.m.
Current Exhibits: Foyer — King Library North — Robert Lowell exhibit
through May. Gallery - Department of Special Collections — Selections
from Mexicana Collection, purchased chiefly through Lou Emma Wilson
Mexicana Fund given by Dr. Alberta Server (April 26 — May 20).
" Contributors to this number: Wanda Dole, John Gray, Faith Harders,
Lee Hisle, Clarie McCann (Editor), Linda Newman, Ann Short, Bob Turner
» and Paul Willis. ’

Editor's Note A
Terry Warth, Special Collections, will be guest editor for the
Green Bean for the May 5 issue. Deadline for this issue will
be 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 3.
Sanborn Insurance Maps
Gwen Curtis and John Stachacz have compiled a guide to the Sanborn
Insurance maps of Kentucky, which are in the King Library map _
collection. Although the maps were originally created for use
by insurance underwriters to aid in determining the risk involved
in insuring urban buildings, the maps have evolved into rich
primary source material. They clearly indicate location, size,
' structure and use of buildings in over l5O Kentucky cities and
are used by architects, genealogists, geographers, historians
and urban planners interested in land use.
LSO Bake Sale A Success
Thanks to all the staff members who donated baked goods and who
_ bought goodies, the first LSO bake sale was a great success.
( A special thanks to Roxanna Jones, her fund—raising committee
and Karin Sandvik for setting up and managing the sale.
The proceeds will help finance the picnic and other social
functions as well as programs. If you have any comments on
this past sale or ideas for future sales, please send them to
Roxanna in Circulation.
LSO Fund-Raising Committee
A new LSO committee has been formed to plan and manage fund-
raising activities. Committee members include Roxanna Jones
(Chairperson), Robin Barnard, Peggy Lewis, Judy Sackett and
I Wanda Dole.
The committee hopes to arrange activities which are both enjoy-
able for the staff and at the same time raise some money for
LSO social functions and programs. If you have suggestions for
activities or would like to help this committee, please contact
Roxanna in Circulation.
Money Matters _
· Although the end of FY '77—78 is nearly upon us, spending
restraint is still needed to keep the Library within its various
budgets. It is important to continue to refrain from using any
‘ of the Library's account numbers for any purposes (bookstore,
printing and duplicating service included) without express
approval from John Gray in Administrative Services. W

New SPEC Kit Available
The Reference Department has a new SPEC Kit, No. 42, entitled
"Resource Sharing in ARL Libraries". SPEC Kits are published
by the Systems and Procedures Exchange Center which is operated
by the Association of Research Libraries Office of Management
Studies. These materials may be checked out at the Reference
The following courses are being offered by UK Training and Develop-
ment. Please call Marcia Green at 7-1841 to enroll; attendance must
be approved by the department head.
Red Cross First Aid May 25, June 21, June 30 (choose one)
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
1. May 30, 31, June l, 2 2-4 p.m.
2. July 25, 26, 27, 28 1-3 p.m.
3. Aug. 8, 9, 10, ll 2-4 p.m.
4. Aug. 15, 16, 17, 18 2-4 p.m.
5. Aug. 22, 23, 24, 25 2-4 p.m.
The Library has found someone to fill the temporary position of
Assistant Head of Acquisitions. Mary Davis has a Ph.D. in English
from the University of Wisconsin and her M.L.S. from Simmons College.
Ms. Davis was the Acquisitions Librarian at Northern Michigan Uni-
versity Library before coming to Georgetown where she is currently
a reference librarian.
Professional opening: Reference - UK Medical Center Library
If interested, please contact Sara Leech at 233-5726.
LT II - Lexington Technical Institute (Public Services: a position
of varied responsibilities including circulation, reserves, audio-
visuals, periodicals, general office, etc.) If interested, call or
see Lee Hisle (258-4919). Make formal application through Kathy
White at University Personnel.
Documents Librarian, University of Alabama Library. Available:
I June 5, 1978. Salary: $12,000+ depending upon qualifications.
Order Librarian, Acquisitions Department, Auburn University Li-
braries. Salary: $14,000. Available: September 1, 1978 or
I sooner. Application deadline: Application folders must be _
completed before July 1, 1978.

Serials Cataloger, Auburn University Libraries. Salary: Approximately
$14,000 for 12 months. Available: September 1, 1978 or sooner.
Deadline: Application folders must be completed before July 1, 1978.
Humanities Bibliographer, Michigan State University. Salary: $15,000+.
Coordinator of Library Systems Applications, University of Minnesota
Libraries. Salary: $15,792 minimum. Application deadline: May 29,
Assistant Librarian, Marquand Library of Art, Princeton University.
Salary: $11,500+. Available: May 15, 1978. Application deadline:
May 31, 1978. ~
Cataloger, Purdue University Libraries and Audio—Visual Center.
Available immediately. Salary: $12,000+. Application deadline:
June 15, 1978.
Assistant Librarian for Technical and Automated Services, Tulane
University Library. Available: June 1, 1978. Salary: $20,000
minimum. Application deadline: May 19, 1978.