xt7xwd3pwc2b_9 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7xwd3pwc2b/data/mets.xml https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7xwd3pwc2b/data/46m29.dao.xml unknown 0.3 Cubic Feet 1 box, 1 item archival material 46m29 English University of Kentucky The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.  Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. Works Progress Administration Fayette County Library Project records African Americans -- Kentucky Bookmobiles. Libraries and community -- Kentucky -- Fayette County. Libraries -- Kentucky -- Fayette County Libraries -- Kentucky. Library extension. Public libraries -- Kentucky Library Project procedures text Library Project procedures 2020 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7xwd3pwc2b/data/46m29/Box_1/Folder_9/Multipage89.pdf undated section false xt7xwd3pwc2b_9 xt7xwd3pwc2b On a slip of paper this size write a short

synopsis of each book in your collection. Please

do this the first month.



Create a pleasant atmosphere in the book center.
Be helpful; but not too insistent.
Gall attention to the fact that books may be kept (usually) only two weeks.

Offer to try to get special books or special kinds of books for borrowers if they

express a desire for them. Make a note of it §£_gggg.

Report such requests to central library promptly.

Magazines may circulate for three days.

Write date pg; ( 2 weeks from to-day) on "date due" slip in back of book.

Write same date on left hand side of book card; have borrower sign his name opposite

the date on the card.

Usually a fine of 2 cents a day is charged for overdue books. Be especially

pleasant about this.
File these cards back of date they are due (see numbered slips made for this).

Count circulation each.day, keep a record of it by classes at your center, and

also put the same amount, by classes, on daily report slips. éjefl°c”qj+€ CICIVst

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Put book cards back into books when books are returned to library.

Before getting books ready to be returned to public library, check each book
against your list.
Keep record of these two facts:
(a) Has the borrower used the public library in Lexington often?
(b) Is the borrower an adult or child.
Alvays keep book centers tidy.

Report torn or mutilated books to central library.

Help very small children to use books so no book will be hurt.