xt7rfj29b78m https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7rfj29b78m/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky University of Kentucky. Libraries 19771028 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, October 28, 1977, no. 201 text The Green Bean, October 28, 1977, no. 201 1977 2014 true xt7rfj29b78m section xt7rfj29b78m UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LIBRARIES' NEWSLETTER
10/28/77 N0. 201
28 October — Administrative Council Meeting cancelled. .
28-31 October — Seminar in Graphic Design at the King Library Press
(see note).
31 October — Kentucky Council on Archives Meeting — University
of Louisville, 9:30 AM — 4 PM.
l 2 November — Non-tenured staff meeting, l0 AM, Gallery (see note). `
4 November — Library Faculty Meeting — Gallery, 8:30 AM.
4 November — The Gallery Series — l—Act Play — Noon in the
Gallery, King Library North.
Current Exhibits: Foyer, King Library North — A Tribute to Vladimir 1
Nabokov. Also display of Recent Acquisitions (through October). .
Gallery — Department of Special Collections — Four Modern Designers:
John Dreyfus, Stephen Harvard, Adrian and Joyce Wilson. For infor—
mation about the designers, see Seminar note. King Library South,
Lobby — Behind the Scenes at Interlochen Music Camp, drawings by
Robel Paris,-Lexington artist (through November).
Contributors to this numberf Karen Boucias, Amelie Charron, Faith
Harders, Frances Kelley, Claire McCann (Editor), Antoinette Powell,
and Bob Turner.

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 _ Seminar in Graphic Design At the King Library Press
I Four persons prominent in book design and production will be giving
I lectures and workshops at theluniversity 28-31 October. The public
3 lectures are as follows: _
Friday 28 October:
I 9:30 "Creating Books for Children Young and Old,"
lecture by Joyce Wilson, Classroom Bldg Rm 118
11:00 "Living by Letters," lecture by Stephen Harvard,
Classroom Bldg Rm 118.
Saturday 29 October: ‘
g 7:00 PM "The History and Practice of Book Design,"
lecture by John Dreyfus, Classroom Bldg Rm 118
Reception following in King Library North. ·
Monday 31 October:
ll:00 AM "The Making of the Nuremberg Chronicle: and Adventure
in Early Book Design," lecture by Adrian and Joyce
Wilson, Guignol Theater.
R Mr. Dreyfus is typographic advisor to Cambridge University Press and
‘ Monotype Corporation and chairman, Printing Historical Society
(England). He is author of many books on the history of design and
' printing, and has also had numerous design commissions for Cambridge
and the Limited Editions Club. He designed the NEW ENGLISH BIBLE.
Mr. Harvard is a calligrapher and designer at Stinehour Press, Vermont,
one of the leading quality printers in the country. He is also the
author of a book on the typographer Christopher Plantin.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson are designers, authors, and proprietors of the
Press in Tuscany Alley in San Francisco.
Agriculture Librarian Authors Guide
Antoinette Powell, Agriculture Librarian, is the author of Preserving
Land—Grant Agricultural Documents, a guide to prepare documents for
microfilming. The guide emphasizes the bibliographic aspects rather
than the technical requirements of microfilming. Ms. Powell hopes
the guide will help others involved in similar projects avoid some
of the problems which she and her staff encountered.
The microfilming of the University's agricultural documents came
about as a result of a cooperative agreement with the National
Agricultural Library, Beltsville, Md. According to Ms. Powell, many
of the early Kentucky agricultural publications were deteriorated to
such an extent that disintegration was inevitable. The microfilming
project was essential to preserve the material for future use.

 ACTS Reminder
Please return questionnaires to Gary Stottlemyer (Circulation) or
John Cleveland {SOLINET) by Monday, October 3l. Extra copies are
available from either Gary or Johno
Non—Tenured Staff Meeting
There will be a meeting of the non—tenured staff on Wednesday,
November 2 at lO:OC AM in the Gallery to discuss promotion/tenure ‘
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Ellen Pl Baxter and Alexander M, Gilchrist are serving on the _ .
Senate's Academic Organization and Structure Committee while
Edward O'Hara is on the Library Committee.
§e¤¤*¢€ Library ‘T;EZ¥“*l}l;l§;l€€€§E.
_ The current members of the University of Kentucky Senate Library
Committee for l977M78 are: Louis Swift, '79, Chairperson; Joseph
Bryant, *78; Anna need,’7Q; Ray Butt, ‘?§; Arthur Lieber, ‘79;
Robert CJ Noble, ‘79; Linda Kreftinq, *80; Edward Jr O'Hara, '79;
Paul Willis, ex officio; and students Richard Murray and Patti
Owens ,
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The problem of disappearing spoons, paring knives and dishes y
continues to plaque us. Dishes and utensils are urgently needed
in the Staff Room, King North, If you have any kitchen items to
spare, please donate them to the Staff Rooml The brown baggers
thank you. y
Correction: Circulation (Reserve) position was listed as a LT Il
in last week's GreenmEean, It should have been a LT Ill,
lf interested, please see Faith Hardersn