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ay 8 Harry S. Truman, 1884-1972.
ay 10 Mother's Day— 1
·ay 12 Limerick Day A ;
¤ay 13 Arthur Sullivan, 1842-1900. British composer of
light opera, with his partner Sir william Gilbert.
ray 14 Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit, 1686-1736. German A
physicist and inventor of the mercury thermometer.
May 18 International Museum Day.
May 20 Honore de Balzac, 1799-1850. French novelist. ‘
May 21 Albrecht Durer, 1471-1528. German artist and
engraver.
May 22 National Maritime Day. Observed in honor of the
first steamship crossing of the Atlantic in 1819. ;
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Summer Hours
- The Reference Department
has a six-month trial Four—week Intersession
1 subscription to Readers' Guide May 11 - June 11, 1987
Abstracts in microfiche.
Coverage begins with September Monday-Thursday 8:00-6:00
1984 and presently goes through Friday 8:00-4:30
December 1986. We should Weekends Closed
receive, as part of our trial Memorial Day Closed
subscription, several of the
eight cumulated updates issued
per year. The new tool Eight-week_Summer Session
includes the same magazines and June 15 - August 6, 1987
indexing as the Readers' Guide
to Periodical Literature in the Monday-Wednesday 8:00-9:00
print and online versions, but Thursday 8:00-6:00
only the microfiche product Friday 8:00-4:30
contains informative abstracts Weekends Closed
of articles and summaries of July 4 Closed ‘
reviews. The annotations
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quality one expects from the LAW LIBRARY TECHNICIAN HONORED
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housing the box containing the Antoinette _“m_Fiske, the
125 pieces of fiche on one of Processing Technician in the
_, the tables normally reserved Law Library, recently was
for periodical list honored at the Law School
consultation. _ Awards Night on April 2. She
received a Nancy M. Lewis Award
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Members of the Administrative
To complement the sessions Staff. This is a remunerative
on Interlibrary Loan sponsored award given yearly by the Law
by the Staff Development School to worthy individuals.
Committee, members of the We in the Law Library are quite
reference Department will give proud of her.
a two — three hour overview of Antoinette began to work
additional departmental in the Law Library in June
services on Wednesday, May 27, 1980. Before joining the UK
in the Staff Lounge at 1:00 pm. staff she was a volunteer in
We will discuss typical the Lansdowne school library.
inquiries handled at the In 1977 she moved to Lexington
Reference desk, describe the from New Jersey with her
` teaching function of the family. Her son is a senior at
department, and give a UK and her daughter works in
demonstration of computer- Lexington.
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Government Publications period. Your John Brand
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Dear Sandy: manufacturing industry of
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I want to convey my slavery. I also loved the `
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and enjoyable experience for I also appreciated your
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ART CONSERVATION PROGRAM
PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
- The UK Art Museum and the
J.B. Speed Art Museum in CALIFORNIA
Louisville are sponsoring:
"Art Conservation: why, When, Music Cataloger, Stanford
and How." This program will be University. Salary: $24,800-
held on Sunday, May 10 at 2:00 $34,500 Assistant Librarian;
pm in the UK Art Museum, and is $27,500·$38,300 Associate
open to the public. At the Librarian. Deadline: July
conclusion of the formal 10, 1987.
program, the conservators and
museum curators will be ILLINOIS ‘
available to answer specific
question from the audience. Assistant Interlibrary Loan
Individuals are also invited to Librarian. Northwestern
bring two art works from their University. Salary: $20,000-
own collections with them to $26,000 depending upon
the museum. qualifications. Deadline: May
I 29, 1987.
,' 1987 COMMENCEMENT INDIANA
9 The 120th University Head, Collection Development &
Commencement Exercises will be Preservation Department.
held Saturday, May 9 in Indiana State University.
Memorial Coliseum at 4:00 pm. Salary: $27,000. Deadline:
All faculty are invited to June 5, 1987.
attend as participants and
should meet, in academic Assistant/Associate Librarian
attire, in front of the Reference Department. Indiana
Coliseum at 3:30 pm. University at Kokomo. Salary:
$19,500 Assistant, $24,000
. -Associate. Deadline: May 29,
THE BOOKSHELF 1987.
(Submitted by Rob Aken)
Head of Acquisitions. Purdue
· Academic Librarians and University. Salary: $25,000
Cataloging Networks: up. Deadline: none specified.
Visibility, Quality Control,
and Professional Status. By MISSOURI
Ruth Hafter. New York:
Greenwood Press, 1986. Call School Librarian. K-12th.
no.: Z675 .U5 Hl7 1986. Southwest Missouri State
. · University. Salary: $18,500
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minimum for nine months. _ TEXAS
Deadline: May 29, 1987.
E U.S. Documents and Patents
NEBRASKA Librarian. Texas A&M
_ University. Salary: $18,000
Computer Search/Reference for 10.5 months, minimum
Librarian. University of_ $19,000 with additional
Nebraska Lincoln. Salary: Master's degree. Deadline:
$19,500 minimum for 12-month May 25, 1987.
contract. Deadline: June 15,
1987. WASHINGTON
Reference Librarian/Subject Catalog Librarians in the
Specialist, Assistant Professor Technical Services Division.
(tenure-leading), Central Washington State University.
Reference Services Dept. Salary: commensurate with
University of Nebraska Lincoln. qualifications and aexperience.
Salary: $18,000 minimum for Deadline: August 1, 1987.
12-month contract. Deadline:
June 15, 1987. "
OKLAHOMA
Head, Serials Department.
University of Oklahoma.
Salary: $24,000 or more
1 depending on qualifications.
Deadline: June 19, 1987.
OREGON ’
Collection Development
Librarian. Oregon State
University. Salary: $35,000
minimum. Deadline: May 29,
1987.
Acquisitions Librarian. Oregon
State University. Salary:
‘ $30,000 minimum. Deadline:
May 29, 1987. ·
Assistant' Director for
. Technical, Automation and
Administrative Services.
Oregon State University.
Salary: $35,000 minimum.
Deadline: None specified.
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