xt7ncj87jh59 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7ncj87jh59/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky University of Kentucky. Libraries 19771111 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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ll November — Administrative Council Meeting — Gallery, 8:30 AM.
ll November — Faculty Baroque Recital ~ Arthur Graham, tenor;
Carolyn Rankin, harpsichord; Bruce Morrison, oboe;
John Lindsey, violin; Gordon Cole, flute; Peter
Simpson, bassoon — Noon in the Gallery, King Library q
North. 3
l6 November — Susan Miller, lecture sponsored by the Staff Develop- `
tment Committee. Margaret I. King Staff Lounge, third
floor, King Library North, 2 PM. (See note).  
V 18 November — Administrative Council Meeting — Gallery, 8:30 AM. A
26 November — Administrative Council Meeting — Cancelled. i
Current Exhibits: Gallery — Department of Special Collections — _
Albert B. Chandler exhibit through December 2 Qyysawmxm. Foyer,
King Library North - A Tribute to Vladimir Nabokov. Also display
of Recent Acquisitions. King Library South, Lobby — Behind the
Scenes at Interlochen Music Camp, drawings by Robel Paris, Lexington
artist (through November). l
Contributors to this number: Cynthia Bott, Amelie Charron, William
Cooper, Wanda Dole, Faith Harders, Gail Kennedy, Claire McCann
(Editor), and Bob Turner.

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T Chandler Papers Presentation p
i The personal and public papers of Albert B. Chandler will be i
Q formally presented to the University of Kentucky on November 18 at A
3 2 PM in Seay Auditorium. The program will include a slide/tape
T presentation on the highlights of Governor Chandler's career. The
g main address will be delivered by Joseph J. Leary, Frankfort attorney
T and long—time friend and adviser to Chandler. A reception in the
{ Special Collections Department will follow the program. Faculty
j and staff are cordially invited. T
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1 The Chandler Papers were deposited at the King Library in 1973. j
* Now processed and open for scholarly research, the collection éonslgts  
{ of nearly 600 boxes of correspondence and over 500 photographs and §
T bits of memorabilia. These materials document Chandler’s career Z
Q from the l920's to l974, highlighted by two terms as Governor of i
Q Kentucky, six years in the United States Senate, and a vigorous and
{ controversial tenure as Commissioner of Baseball. Q
i Selected items from the collection will be on display in the Gallery,
  King Library North, beginning the week of November l4. E
§ Conservation Collection OFQMHZCU. · i
T The Conservation Committee has established a core collection of copies
T of articles relating to conservation. Committee member Robin Barnard
Q is in charge of arrangements with the Reserve Room to make these f
  timely articles available to the staff. Committee members hope that
T the staff will take advantage of this opportunity to learn about one
§ of the most serious problems which all libraries face today — the
T preservation of library materials. .
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V Publish or Perish? j
Q Susan Miller, from Ohio State University Libraries, will be coming 5
j on November l6 to speak about the growing trend towards research 2
T and publication requirementsfor librarians and the effect such {
E policies have on librarians and support staff.
Q Date: November l6 1
T Time: 2:00 p. m. ·
l Place: MIK Staff Lounge
i Periodical Room Procedure
T Staff members who remove an issue of any periodical or journal from
y the King Periodical Room — even for a short time - must sign it out
at the service desk in CSR. This goes for both regular and restricted
{ titles.
i We would like to discourage the practice of "borrowing" issues from
f the reading room since it invariably causes service problems. If it

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is absolutely necessary to take something out, the Sign-out z
procedure will enable us to locate issues upon demand. l
Thank you, Gail Kennedy.
Telephone Numbers Switched i
Administrative Services and CSR have exchanged telephone numbers.
Administrative Services numbers are 3-2566 & 8-2831; CSR numbers A
are 8-2832 & 3-2539. Be sure to change these numbers in your
phone books. y
University Personnel will present a program on how to deal with_ ‘
the public over the telephone on Monday, November 21 at 9 a.m. in ‘
the Gallery; the program will last approximately 1 hour. If you 1
plan to come, please let Faith Harders know by Wednesday morning, ·
November 16, as we have to give Personnel a head count so they can
prepare the necessary materials. C
The following staff members have changed jobs and may be found in
the areas listed. Please address your mail accordingly. .
Ron Lloyd - Music Listening Center T
Bob Snmroda - Media (Circulation) i
Karen Boucias - AIDS (Circulation)
Norma Jean Gibson, Mary Owings, Karin Sandvik and Wanda Dole attended
the October 29 fall meeting of the KY/TN chapter of ARLIS (Art Q
Libraries Society) at Joint University Libraries in Nashville. Mrs. A
Marice Wolfe, Head of Special Collections, spoke to us about holdings 3
and presented a small display of rare or unique materials. After the
business meeting, we had lunch and a tour of the Tennessee Fine Arts 5
Center at Cheekwood, its Galleries, Grounds and Museum Library. Ms.
Tori Olin, the librarian at Cheekwood, who is cataloging the 6000
volume collection in the recently established library, spoke about ;
the recent efforts to set up the library, and problems concerned
with a small museum library operating on limited funds. i
PROEE.§i3iflNéL EMP),0l!lI§N i" OPPUPTUN Illiid g
Assistant Head, Catalog Department, Duke University, Durham, North _
Carolina. Available: Spring, 1978. Application Deadline: January
1, 1978. Salary: appointment range $14,00 to $17,00.
Archivist, State University of New York at Albany, Albany, New York. 3
Available: December 1, 1977. Application deadline: December 31, _
1977. Salary: $10,00 - $18,910. _

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Assistant Director for Access Services, State University of New j
York at Albany, Albany New York. Date Available: New position, ‘
available December 31, 1977. Application deadline: December 31, ·
1977. Salary: negotiable, minimum $18,800. 5
Science Cataloger, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 4
Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Available: December 15, 1977.
Application deadline: December 1, 1977. Salary: minimum $11,000. ,
Cataloger,University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill,
North Carolina. Available: December 15, 1977. Application dead- A
line: December l, 1977. Salary: minimum $10,500. j
Business Reference Librarian, University of North Carolina at j
Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Available: January 2,
1978. Application deadline: December 15, 1977. Salary: starting
at $10,500. ’