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·_§,‘ UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LIBRARIES' NEWSLETTER -
’ QJK. COMMEMORATES ONE THOUSANDTH ORAL HISTORY INTERVIEW j i
I `Dr. Thomas D. Clark, who first came to Kentucky in l929, has been a
_ leading force in the development, teaching and preservation of Kentucky
· , history in the twentieth century. Chairman of the University of V
A E Kentucky History Department for twenty—three years, prolific writer and
renowned lecturer, Dr. Clark has been a respected scholar and social
`G ·‘ activist for five decades. His work with archives and libraries has
· been extensive and today, among various other duties, he serves on the
AExecutive.C0mmittee·of the Kentucky Oral History Commission.’ ~
It is quite fitting that the University of Kentucky Library Oral
j _ History Program should commemorate its one thousandth oral history
interview by talking with Dr. Clark. Begun in 1973, the Oral History
y Program includes interview projects on such individuals as Fred M.
· Vinson, A.B. Chandler, Earle C. Clements, John Sherman Cooper and
[ Robert Penn Warren. Such subjects as the Frontier Nursing Service,
Blacks in Lexington, the Black Church in Kentucky, and the history of
U.K. are also documented in the program. _
produced by the U.K. office of Instructional Resources, the three- j
jpart interview with Dr. Clark discusses his early career, his writings
and his role in the various issues confronting twentieth—century
Kentuckians. The interview will be broadcast by Kentucky Educational
Television at 6:30 p.m. EST on the evenings of July 8, 15 and 22, 1981.
Contributors: Nancy Baker (editor), Terry Birdwhistell, Pam Fields,
Faith Harders, Lynn Shrewsbury, Paul Willis
 
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THE MARGARET I. KING LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON, KY. 40506

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q_ TENTATIVE LIST OF LIBRARY FACULTY COMMITTEE, l98l—82A I I
Please let me have your preferences for assignment by August 3. V
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Paul Willis
Art Review Personnel l
Future of the Card Catalog Planning
Gallery Series Policy, Guidelines and Rules
’Greenbean Editor Preservation
Information Coordinator Promotion.Tenure
Kentucky Review salary Review
Occasional Papers Staff Development ‘
BAKE_SALE!
wednesday, July 15, 1981 LSO is sponsoring a bake sale in the 3rd floor staff
lounge at 9:30 a.m. Proceeds for this event will help purchase volleyball
equipment for LSO. Come and enjoy the baked goods of your fellow staff
members. Coffee will also be on sale. ‘
LSO PICNIC V
The Staff organization picnic will be at Jacobson Park again this year. We ,
will be in shelter #4 on July 24. ” “
A questionnaire is being circulated in each department to give us an idea
of what people are bringing to eat.
The LSO will provide plates, napkins, utensils, beer and soft drinks. Also
volleyball equipment will be there for those interested. Well have a great
time. See you there!
OPPORTUMITIES FOR PROFESSINAL EMPLOYMENT
Associates Dean for Technical Services and Automation. Kansas State Uni-
versity. Deadline: September 5, 1981. Salary $28,020—$32,040.
cataloger, Temple University. Deadline: August 31, 1981. Salary $15,000.
Head of Serials. University of Connecticut. Deadline: August 21, 1981.
salary $16,000—$20,000.
Assistant Serials Librarian. Princeton University. Deadline: August 1,
1981. Salary $14,600+ or $16,000 depending on rank.
Head, Interlibrary Services Department. University of Tennessee. Deadline: _
October 15, 1981. Salary $l6,000—$18,000. . ·

 Acquisitions Librarian. Pennsylvania State University_ jeadliné, July 31,
1981. Salary $16,000. 9
General Reference Librarian. Pennsylvania State University. Deadline:
July 31, 1981. Salary $13,800+.
Original Cataloger. Pennsylvania State University. Deadline: July 31,
1981. Salary $14,000+.
POSITIONS OPEN
LT III — Architecture
If interested, see Faith Harders. People not currently employed in the
Library system must go through Employment.

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