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·Guide revision: ,
The Guide to the University of Kentucky Libraries, published by
the Instructional Services Department, is eing revised for a
new edition. Staff members might take this opportunity to read
the sections pertaining to their departments to be certain their
services are accurately described. Comments, suggestions, and
corrections are welcome and should be directed to Larry Greenwood.
MRAP report published! `
The final MRAP (Management Review and Analysis Program) Report
is currently being circulated to the departments and branches
where it will be available to all interested staff members.
Additional copies are available in the Reserve Room.
Frank Long murals:
(Visitors to King Library South frequently ask about the pair
of murals at either end of the old Browsing Room where the
Reference and AIDS offices presently are located. The Reference
Department provided the following information.)
The murals at either end of the old Browsing Room in King Library
South are the work of Frank Weathers Long (b. 1906), a native
of Tennessee. Long received his training at the Chicago Art
Institute and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, where
many of the finest American artists have been trained; he also
studied briefly at Paris, France. He worked chiefly in wood
cuts and oil painting.
Like many American artists in the depression years, he sought
government commissions and his work decorates several public
buildings including the Louisville post office. He found an
unending source of artistic inspiration in the individuality,
vigor, and color of rural life, especially in rural Kentucky,
and he lived and worked several years at Pine Mountain and at
Berea, Kentucky.
The two l5-foot—high murals at King Library represent his rural
interests. The east mural, entitled "Rural Industries in
Kentucky", depicts rural labor: sheep-shearing, coal—mining,

fruit—picking, butter-churning. The companion piece on the
opposite wall depicts rural recreation: a hunter with his dogs,
a group of folk musicians, laborers at rest. -'
Visitors to Agriculture Library: ’, l"· ·
Recently 5 librarians from Louisville (2 from Jefferson Community
College, l from JCC Southwest Campus, and 2 from Bellarmine
College) spent the day in the Agriculture Library observing
Becky Heath's Solinet cataloging system. JCC and Bellarmine
are new members of Solinet and will be sharing a terminal. The
representatives from the schools heard about Becky's system
at a meeting in Atlanta from a librarian who attended the Solinet
meeting in Nashville.
Job openings:
LT I SOLINET (temporary)
If interested, please see Faith Harders.