xt77wm13p94s https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt77wm13p94s/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky University of Kentucky. Libraries 19740607 The title, The Green Bean, was not used until December 14, 1973. During 1992-1993 some issues were sent via email with the title: Green Screen.
Unnumbered supplement with title, Wax Bean, accompanies some issues. journals  English University of Kentucky. Libraries Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. The Green Bean The Green Bean, June 7, 1974 text The Green Bean, June 7, 1974 1974 2014 true xt77wm13p94s section xt77wm13p94s As the new editor of the "Green
Bean", I hope it will continue to T H E
be an informative publication of
· interest to the whole library °(—; R E E N
system. Of course, the value of
the newsletter depends upon its B E A N ‘
variety and inclusiveness, there-
fore I will be relying on the staff .
for input. All items of interest UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LIBRARIES
(other than purely "social notes") NEWSLETTER 6/7/74
are welcomed and requested! Pub- _I..........-------—-———-———~
lication will be weekly and the deadline for each Friday's edition will
be the preceding wednesday noon. This deadline will --of necessity--
be enforced and any material received later than noon Wednesday will
be included in the newsletter for the next week. I will accept all
contributions at my desk in the Quick Cataloging section, 2nd floor
rear-—MIK North.
with your cooperation and support we will be able to keep the news-
letter current and accurate--hence, the "Green Bean" will be a vast
improvement over the "Grape Vine".
Gail Kennedy ·
Well over 100 people attended the 3rd annual library picnic held last
Tuesday, June 4, at Carnahan House. General consensus is that a fine
time was had by all. Thanks are due Bill Marshall and his planning
· committee for a job well done.
A UKLA meeting will be held at 3:00 June ll in the Old Rare Book Room.
Open June 1:
Government Publications--LT II
Open July 1:
Cataloging (QC)--LT IV
Open July 6:
Acquisitions-—LT II
Acquisitions--LT I
Open August 1:
Acquisitions-—LT II
Acquisitions--LT I
Open end of summer:
Director's Office——grade 18 (personnel has adopted a new numbernu;
system, this position was originally
grade 8.)
Anyone interested in any of these positions should contact Dotty
Green (73801).
The next major phase of the move and renovation according to John
Bryant, coordinator of the project, will be the transfer of the .

material in the Broadway annex to King. All of this material will be fj
shelved on the 3rd floor of King North until decisions about its
dissemination have been made.
The renovation of King South is progressing with shifting of the stacks
receiving current attention. The shift in the core stacks should be
completed by the end of next week.
The attached sheet is a map of the stack arrangement upon conclusion
of the renovation. ‘

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o___ 900's Biography (B)
  800's Fiction (F)
_ previously unclassified 700's G
periodicals (to be shelved ~ -
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gsmoking & carrels 500,5 E 4
_  500's § Card catalog &
500‘s 200’s   Bibliography
_ » Room (611 019)
2.- _ I 100's
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_ Newspaper/Microtext .
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