xt7b2r3nx324 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7b2r3nx324/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky University of Kentucky. Libraries 19780407 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.
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7 April - The Gallery Series — Finnish and Yiddish Songs: An
I Adventure in Ethno-musicology by Arthur Graham and Aimo
Kiviniemi, Tenors - Noon in the Gallery, King Library
North. ·
7 April - College of Library Science Faculty Forum Series -
Topic: Current Trends at the Library of Congress in the
Area of Technical Processing — Gallery, 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Conducted by Dr. Lois Chan. No fee for University of
_ Kentucky personnel.
14 April — The Gallery Series - Horn music by Rex Connor, tuba, _ .
and Betty Garrett, piano - Noon in the Gallery, King Li- .
brary North. `
Current Exhibits: Foyer - King Library North - Robert Lowell exhibit
through May (see note).
Contributors to this number: Jessie Adams, David Farrell, Faith A
Harders, Claire McCann (Editor), Ann Short, Bob Turner and Paul
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- Robert Lowell Exhibit at the University Libraries - Ȥ
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A commemorative exhibit for Robert Lowell (1917-1977) is our- §
rently on display in the foyer of King Library North at the Uni- §
_ versity of Kentucky. (Lowell, described as "the poet of the V $
. American consciousness and conscience" both for his political §
stance (he was an early opponent of the Vietnam war and refused V i
a highly publicized invitation to the White House) and for the §
particular style of his poetry, died in New York last September. A
His second wife was Elizabeth Hardwick, Lexington native and €
alumna of the University. i
Lowell achieved recognition early in his career. After studying
with three Kentuckians, Cleanth Brooks, Allen Tate, and Robert _
‘ Penn Warren, at Louisiana State University in the l930’s, he
. published two highly-acclaimed books of verse, Land of Unlikeness l
- ` and Lord Weary's Castle; the latter won him his first Pulitzer
prize. After several more books of poetry, translations, and
plays, he published Life Studies in 1959 and created a new style
of writing called "confessional" poetry for its highly subjective Q
tone and its frequently harsh personal revelations. Sylvia Plath 2
and Anne Sexton were among the practitioners of the "confessional" T
mode, but none achieved Lowell's mastery of it. The Dolpeie Z
· ‘ (1973) won him a second Pulitzer, and Day by Day Tl977Y has been L
( nominated for a third prize this year. Y
_ Included in the Lowell exhibit are books, including limited _
. editions and signed copies, clippings, photographs, and corre~ i
Q spondence. Much of it was acquired by purchase earlier this  
? year} parts have been loaned by Miss Hardwick and others who _ 1
{ knew the poet. . ~
Y Hourszy Monday-Friday, 8-5; Saturday, 8-12; Sunday, 2-5. Ad ··#-
E ‘ ditional information: 606 258-2651. .
l Library Staff Organization Appoints Social Committee
E. V The Social Committee for this year has been appointed and they
, are Emily Lihani, chairperson, Frances Kelley, Susan Payne,
Q Trudy Purcell, Jean Robinson, Joyce Taylor and Joyce Turner.
§ No mistake about it, both Joyce "T's" are on the Committee.
i Joyce Turner would like to remind the staff that some dues are
I still outstanding. Please contact her as soon as possible in
Q the Acquisitions Department, King Library North. Thanks very -
; _ much. ‘
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Q Reserve Items of Interest
Q Paul Willis has placed the following items on Reserve at the
S . ” Circulation desk to be made available to the staff:

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Collection Analysis in Research Libraries; an Association
of Research Libraries? publication.
Five Year Plan for SQLINET (Southeastern Library Network)
The Kentucky Oral History Commission is sponsoring a workshop and
conference, April 21-22, at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond.
The program has been planned to minimize conflict with the April 21
meeting of the Kentucky Council on Archives which is meeting at
the University of Kentucky, King Library North. For more specific
information about the workshop, please contact Deborah McGuffey,
King Library North, 606—258—5603.
When John Gray leaves in August to attend law school on a full-
time basis, Administrative Services will be merged with Personnel
under Faith Harders. The Library system functioned this way in
past years and the Administrative Committee felt that the ad-
, vantages of the merger would outweigh any disadvantages.
Dennis Dickinson has accepted the position of Assistant Director
for Public Services and will start August 1.
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If interested, see Faith Harders.
Assistant Director for Technical Services, University of Houston.
Salary: $24,000+. Application deadline: May 30, 1978. V
Reference Librarian, Indiana University Libraries Southeast;
New Albany, Indiana. Salary: $11,500. Application deadline:
May 1, 1978.