Director's Office of the Libraries Records, 1907-1992

Descriptive Summary

Title
Director's Office of the Libraries Records, 1907-1992
Creator
Director's Office of the Libraries
Finding Aid Author
Lee Ann Eades
Repository
Eastern Kentucky University

Collection Overview

Biography / History
The Eastern Library was born nearly sixty years ago when, on June 4, 1907, less than five months after the doors of Eastern Kentucky State Normal School were opened, President Ruric Nevel Roark placed a collection of 300 books in an old building that was used to store baled hay.
Upon being named first president of Eastern in 1906, Roark found in Richmond a campus consisting of twenty-three and one-half acres, two brick buildings--University Building, a stately landmark which still serves as a classroom building, and old Memorial Hall, a men's dormitory, which has been razed--and a frame gymnasium. An old brick building, the Preparatory School Building, which had been deeded to Walters Collegiate Institute by Central University and was rented to a private family and used to store hay, was rented by President Roark as the first library. It stood directly in front of what is now the Buchanan Little Theatre in Keen Johnson Student Union Building and near the northeast corner of the present Crabbe Library.
Miss Ada Barter, who held a library science degree from the University of Illinois, was hired as the first librarian at a salary of $40 a month. Thus, began the Eastern library.
Although a modest start, the Eastern Library, nonetheless, was begun before the A & M College (now the University of Kentucky) had a central library. The library occupied one large room in the old Prep School Building. A pot-bellied stove in the center of the room provided the only heat, and it was the responsibility of the librarian to keep the fire going. Window space provided natural light by day. Four light bulbs suspended from the ceiling did not provide enough light for the library to remain open at night. There was no water or other conveniences in the building. Furniture included four tables and some wood-bottom chairs and bookcases. One piece -- an ornate, solid oak table -- is still preserved in the Kentucky Room.
On March 15, 1907, the Board of Regents made its first library appropriation -- $500. In 1909 the librarian was requested to purchase additional books, the cost not to exceed $200.
The year 1918 was significant in the history of the Eastern Library. It was then that the first Library Committee was appointed: Dr. E.C. McDougle, dean, Education; Dr. James D. Bruner, English; Dr. Wren J. Grinstead, Latin; Mr. Charles A. Keith, History; Mr. R.A. Edwards, Training School; and President Thomas Jackson Coates, third president, ex-officio. It was also during this year that the first definite policies regarding expansion of the library were made. An emergency fund of $1,000 was appropriated. The budget for 1919 was increased to $2,500 and there since have been steadily increasing annual appropriations for the purchase of books.
In the fall of 1918, around Thanksgiving, the library was moved from the Preparatory School Building into the new Cammack Building, occupying two large rooms, with small rooms on either end, on the second floor.
It was moved again in the summer of 1924 upon completion of a new building constructed especially to serve as a library -- the John Grant Crabbe Library, named in honor of Eastern's second president. Cost of the two- story building, designed to accommodate 200 students, was $55,342. It contained 16 fireproof rooms. The library holdings had grown from the original 300 to 16,854.
In 1935, under the administration of President Herman Lee Donovan, an addition costing nearly twice as much as the original structure was completed. The original John Grant Crabbe Library and this addition served Eastern's students -- from 811 enrolled in 1935 to 6,949 in 1965 -- until work began on a sprawling new addition. Serving as temporary quarters during the 19-month construction period were the first floor of the Bert Combs Building and the basement of Case Hall, a women's dormitory. The new addition nearly quadrupled the library's space from 38,000 square feet to 147,780 square feet. The vast increase in size was necessary to accommodate large enrollment increases as Eastern's status moved from that of a college to a university.
The first library policies were formulated by Miss Mary Estelle Reid, Eastern's second librarian, who served from 1912 to 1929. She wrote, in part:
A most essential factor in the life of Eastern State Teachers College is its library. It contributes to the efficiency of every department of instruction. It is a place where every member of the faculty and every student, to the smallest pupil in the Training School, may come for information and for recreational reading... The library is not a mere adjunct to the school, but an integral part of the educational system... Real students are no longer satisfied to follow mere textbooks in the investigation of a subject... The library reflects in its collection and service the aims of the institution of which it is a part, its development being influenced by that of the school, which in turn is dependent upon the development of the library...
The third librarian was Miss Mary Floyd, who was appointed by President Donovan upon the death of Miss Reid in 1929. It was during Miss Floyd's tenure as librarian that the valuable John Wilson Townsend Collection was secured for the Kentucky Room of the library.
Upon Miss Floyd's retirement in 1957, Mrs. Lucile Whitehead was named acting librarian, a position she held for one semester. In the summer of 1957, Dick M. Allen was named permanent successor of Miss Floyd. Ernest W. Weyhrauch, who had served as education librarian in the Indiana University libraries complex, was appointed director of libraries December 1, 1966.
In addition to the growth of the book collection (194,000 to 858,000 volumes), several other developments occurred at Crabbe Library during Dean Weyhrauch's tenure. In 1969, the Government Documents Section was moved to the previously empty fourth floor of the library. That same year, the Law Library was created in conjunction with the Madison County Bar Association; and the Music Library, located in the Foster Building, became the first branch library. The Law Enforcement Library in the Stratton Building became the second branch library in 1975.
Also in 1975 Crabbe Library joined the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC). This decision ultimately led to changing the Library's classification system from Dewey Decimal to that of the Library of Congress. Consequently, Crabbe Library was the first library in Kentucky to convert its entire holdings to a LC MARC format database and to have its entire collection classified according to the LC system. In 1985 an annual Book Fest was instituted to honor campus authors and local and regional writers.
When Dean Weyhrauch retired in 1991, he was replaced by Dr. Marcia Myers in 1992. During the 1991-1992 academic year, Mr. Ken Barksdale served as acting director of libraries. Significant changes have occurred during Myers's leadership. In 1990 the Kentucky General Assembly appropriated $11.7 million for expansion of Crabbe Library. By late 1994 the new 70,000-square foot expansion, which also included a complete renovation of the University Building and its incorporation into the Crabbe Library, had been completed. In addition, the library began automating its services in 1993 with the introduction of an online public access catalog. A $1.5 million private fund-raising campaign to assist in refurbishing the old part of Crabbe Library, purchasing new equipment, and establishing a book endowment was initiated in 1994. The new Crabbe Library is poised to meet the challenges of the information revolution in the 21st century.
The majority of the Library Director's Office Records cover the years from 1966. For earlier information on the history of the library, consult the president's office records.

Contents of the Collection

Accession Records Series

The Accession Series contains one box of four bound volumes containing the accession records for the Crabbe Library from 1907 through 1924. The series is arranged in chronological order. This series tracks book purchases, loses, and discontinuations.

Inventory

June 15, 1907-November 25, 1907

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December 4, 1907-November 3, 1907

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November 6, 1909-June 5, 1920

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May 6, 1920-July 26, 1924

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Budget Series

The Budget Series includes two boxes of material arranged in chronological order from 1966 to 1992. The annual budgets from each section of the library for the inclusive years are contained in this series.

Inventory

1966-1967

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1968-1969

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1969-1970

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1970-1971

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1971-1972

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1972-1973

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1973-1975

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1975-1976

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1976-1977

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1977-1978

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1978-1979

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1979-1980

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1980-1981

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1981-1982

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1982-1983

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1983-1984

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1984-1985

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1985-1986

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1986-1987

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1987-1988

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1988-1989

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1989-1990

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1990-1991

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1991-1992

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Library Organization Series

The Library Organization Series contains five boxes of materials covering the years 1952-1992. The material is arranged in alphabetical order for each folder and chronological order within each folder. This series deals with each section of the library and contains general records dealing with the section. The Special Collections section of this series contains letters regarding such historical personalities as Daniel Boone, Cassius Clay, and the Townsends.

Inventory

Acquisitions 1967-1986

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Archives 1978-1984

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Archives 1985-1986

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Archives 1987-1992

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Cataloging 1968-1977

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Circulation 1967-1969

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Circulation 1970-1972

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Circulation 1973-1977

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Director's Advisory Committee 1968-1970

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Director's Advisory Committee 1971-1972

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Director's Advisory Committee 1973-1978

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Director's Advisory Committee 1979-1982

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Director's Advisory Committee 1982-1983

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Director's Office 1967-1981

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Documents 1967-1971

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Documents 1972-1975

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Documents 1976-1987

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Interlibrary Loan 1971

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Law Library 1969-1981

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Learning Resources Center 1967-1974

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Learning Resources Center 1975-1990

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Music Library 1968-1981

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Periodicals 1967-1972

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Periodicals 1973-1980

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Permanent Reserve Collection 1969-1971

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Reference 1968-1973

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Reference 1974-1977

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Reference 1981-1992

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Reserve 1967-1973

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Special Collections - Daniel Boone 1967-1968

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Special Collections - Burnam Papers 1967-1968

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Special Collections - Cassius Clay 1967

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Special Collections - Dorris Museum 1967-1973

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Special Collections - Dorris Museum Donation 1972

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Special Collections - Dorris Museum 1969-1973

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Special Collections - Dorris Will 1950

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Special Collections - Rare Books 1970-1975

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Special Collections - Charles Clay Shackelford 1977

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Special Collections - Clifford Shaw 1970-1971

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Special Collections - French Tipton Papers 1938 & 78

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Special Collections - Townsend Book Dealers 1967-1968

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Special Collections - Townsend Book Dealers 1968-1970

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Special Collections - Townsend Donations 1967-1968

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Special Collections - Mrs. Townsend's 1972-1978

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Special Collections - Townsend Room 1952-1991

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Special Collections - Wallace Family 1978

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Special Collections - Ward Collection 1952-1954

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Townsend Room 1970-1973

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Townsend Room 1974-1976

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Townsend Room 1977-1980

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Personnel Series

The Personnel Series contains four boxes of records arranged in alphabetical and chronological order. The series covers the years 1962- 1991 and includes a complete record of all library employees during Ernest Weyhrauch's tenure as Dean of Libraries.

Inventory

Abdulkadir, Helen 1969-1976

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Adams, Irma 1978-1987

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Alavi, Eva 1973-1976

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Allen, Dick 1962-1981

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Bergmanon, Penelope 1969-1970

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Black, Katherine 1984-1986

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Bullock, William M. 1970-1972

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Campbell, Susan 1974-1978

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Castle, Elizabeth 1967-1978

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Chase, Frank 1965-1980

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Clarkson, Mary Frances 1973-1977

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Cordoves, Ligela K. 1970-1971

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Dean, Callie B. 1976-1991

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Dejarnette, Nannie 1967-1979

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Dickerson, Mary S. 1963-1970

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Easley, Jane J. 1968-1973

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Edwards, R. A. 1966-1968

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Elliot, Margaret 1974-1977

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Etkin, Cynthia 1984-1988

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Etkin, Cynthia 1988-1991

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Fritts, Paul Y. 1979-1985

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Gardner, Margaret G. 1962-1972

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Genaway, David 1975-1978

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Gleaves, Sara 1966-1969

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Gupta, Sunita 1966-1972

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Hassenstein, Mary 1970-1973

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Hazen, Darlene 1971-1972

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Higgins, Rhonda Williamson 1968-1972

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Hurley, Angela 1967-1972

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Larsen, Patricia 1969-1974

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McCoy, Curtis 1968-1986

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Mason, Francis 1973-1978

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Manchikes, Alice 1968-1981

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Maxfield, Lillian 1965-1970

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Metcalf, Dixie 1982

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Miller, Nancy G. 1963-1972

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New, Patricia 1973-1986

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Nunez, Frank 1966-1969

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Park, Nancy R. 1963-1967

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Pattie, Ling-yuh W. (Miko) 1973-1984

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Pattie, Ling-yuh W. (Miko) 1985-1987

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Pope, Larry 1966-1978

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Richardson, Kathleen E. 1984-1985

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Roberts, Margaret 1977

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Robertson, Sandra 1971-1981

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Robinson, Norma T. 1979-1985

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Seibert, Mary 1972-1973

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Smith, Margo 1979-1986

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Smith, Rhonda 1975-1979

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Sowders, Jeannette 1969-1972

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Stoffle, Carla 1968-1979

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Taylor, Susan Gay 1969-1970

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Teague, Carla 1985

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Thomas, Joseph W. 1983-1984

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Thurman, Mary John 1966-1979

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Walker, Samuel, Dr. 1978

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Wallace, Jane 1971-1977

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Ward, Marianne Sue 1967-1974

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Weyhrauch, Ernest E. 1987-1991

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Whicker, Gene A. 1964-1969

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Whicker, Gloria Marie 1968-1969

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Whitson, Joyce G. 1967-1968

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Woods, Docia 1967-1969

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Report Series

The report series contains two boxes of materials arranged in chronological order. This series houses the annual report on library activities from the years 1965-1991.

Inventory

Annual Report 1965-1968

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Annual Report 1968-1972

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Annual Report 1972-1975

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Annual Report 1975-1978

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Annual Report 1978-1981

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Annual Report 1981-1984

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Annual Report 1984-1987

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Annual Report 1987-1989

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Annual Report 1989-1991

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Biennial Report 1968-1971

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Statistics Series

The Statistics Series contains one box of materials arranged in chronological order. This series contains statistical analysis of library usage for the years 1960 through 1985.

Inventory

Ten Year Report 1960-1970

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Ten Year Report 1963-1982

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Ten Year Report 1966-1973

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Ten Year Report 1967-1968

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Monthly Attendance 1967-1968

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Monthly Attendance 1967-1969

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Monthly Attendance 1967-1976

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Monthly Attendance 1968-1969

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Monthly Attendance 1969-1970

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Monthly Attendance 1969-1970

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Five Year Report 1970-1971

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Monthly Attendance 1970-1971

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Monthly Attendance 1971-1972

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Monthly Reports 1971-1972

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Monthly Attendance 1972-1973

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Monthly Reports 1972-1973

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Museum Attendance 1972-1973

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Monthly Attendance 1973-1974

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Special Attendance Count 1973-1974

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Monthly Reports 1974-1975

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Monthly Attendance 1974-1975

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Monthly Attendance 1975-1976

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Monthly Reports 1975-1976

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Museum Attendance 1975-1976

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Monthly Attendance 1976-1977

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Monthly Attendance 1977-1978

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Monthly Attendance 1981-1982

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Monthly Attendance 1982-1983

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Monthly Attendance 1983-1984

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Monthly Attendance 1985

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Subject Series

The Subject Series contains twelve boxes of materials arranged in alphabetical, chronological order. The material contains a diverse selection of records including such items as general office correspondence, security problems, standing committees, and student affairs.

Inventory

Academic Affairs, Associate Vice President 1986-1987

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Academic Affairs, Associate Vice President 1988-1989

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Academic Affairs, Associate Vice President 1990-1992

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Academic Affairs, Vice President 1985-1990

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Ad Hoc Automation Planning Committee 1981-1983

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Ad Hoc Committee on Publications 1967-1969

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Administrative Affairs 1985-1991

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All memos to staff members 1991-1992

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Allied Arts and Technology, College of 1966-1990

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Allied Health and Nursing, College of 1970-1990

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Arts and Humanities, College of 1979-1991

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Automation 1984-1985

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Automation 1986-1991

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Bangladesh 1960-1975

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Bennet, Esther 1969-1970

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Bindery Contracts--Art Guild Bindery 1966-1968

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Book Donations 1967-1970

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Book Donations 1970-1974

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Book Donations 1974-1975

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Book Fest 1985

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Book Fest 1986

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Book Fest 1987

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Book Fest 1988-1991

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Book Fest 1992

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Book Sales 1985-1986

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Business, College of 1967-1978

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Business, College of 1980-1989

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Cataloging, Department 1983-1990

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Central Serials 1983-1991

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Circulation Reports and Minutes 1984-1992

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Colorado A & M College 1954

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Correspondence - Campus 1981-1983

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Correspondence - Campus 1983-1985

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Correspondence - Faculty 1990

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Correspondence - President Funderburk 1985-1986

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Correspondence - Interlibrary 1978-1983

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Correspondence - Interlibrary 1979-1985

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Correspondence - Kentucky Department of 1969-1983

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Correspondence - Kentucky Department of 1983-1989

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Correspondence - Miscellaneous 1978-1991

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Correspondence - Off-Campus 1981-1990

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Correspondence - Public 1979

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Correspondence - Dorothy Townsend 1968-1977

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Eastern Progress 1968-1990

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Extended Hours 1991

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Faculty Library Committee 1984-1991

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Faculty Library Committee Contract 1984-1987

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Faculty Roster - Academic Progress 1988

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Geological Survey Project 1986-1987

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Graduate Council - Thesis Committee 1964-1968

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Graduate Studies and Research 1967-1980

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Institutional Planning Library Goals 1987-1988

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Kentucky Newspapers Project 1988

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Late Hours Schedule 1974-1985

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Learning Skills, Department of 1965-1978

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LEN Library Project 1975-1992

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Letters for Acknowledgement 1990

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Letters of Recommendation 1986-1991

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Librarian Status Dialogue 1961-1987

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Librarian Status Surveys 1961-1986

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Library Building - New Plans and Ideas 1977-1979

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Library Expansion 1984-1991

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Library Hours 1984-1992

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Library Move 1966-1967

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Library Newsletters 1969-1988

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Library Orientation 1967-1979

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Library Reorganization 1986-1988

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Library Standing Committees 1988-1989

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1952

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Maywoods 1985-1988

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Military Science, Department of 1977

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Mold Project 1981

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Museum Committee 1967-1974

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Museum 1954-1987

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Pearl Buchanan Books 1968

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Periodicals, Reports and Correspondence 1985-1992

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Physical Plant Administration 1977-1990

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Planning and Budget 1977-1983

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Planning and Budget 1983-1986

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Planning and Budget 1986-1991

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Pope Incident 1975

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Preservation of Materials 1968-1969

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President - Office of the 1977-1985

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Executive Assistant

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Professional Applicants 1986-1991

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Promotion and Tenure Committees 1975

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Promotion, Tenure and Appointment Guidelines 1972-1978

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Promotion and Tenure Correspondences 1984-1990

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Questionnaires 1967-1972

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Questionnaires 1972-1975

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Recycling 1990

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Report of AACSB 1984

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Research 1991

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Richmond Community College 1968-1974

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Sabbatical Guidelines Proposed - 1977-1979

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Responded by the Staff

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Sabbatical Guidelines Request 1983

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Sabbatical Leaves 1977-1990

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Safety and Health 1989-1991

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Security 1990-1991

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Security Problems 1962-1991

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Security Problems - People 1982-1992

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Sick Leave Policy - Faculty and Professional 1986

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Social and Behavioral Sciences, College of 1978-1991

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Solinet 1991-1992

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Solinet - Budget Information 1975-1979

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Solinet - Deposit Procedure 1978-1987

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Solinet - EKU Library Membership Proposals 1973-1979

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Solinet Information, By-Laws, 1973-1987

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Solinet Meeting - Atlanta, GA 1979

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Southern Association of Colleges 1967-1992

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Southern Illinois University N.D.

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Space Planning and Utilization Committee 1986-1990

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Special Programs 1986-1989

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Staff Meetings 1988-1990

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State Library Conference - Natural Bridge 1979-1982

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Statistics 1980

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Student Academic Affairs 1989-1990

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Student Affairs 1970-1986

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Student Correspondence 1982

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Student Manual 1967-1982

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Student Senate 1969-1978

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Student Services 1990

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Surveys 1984-1989

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Technical Services Coordinator 1984-1988

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Transportation 1982-1988

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Transylvania University 1984

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Travel Encumbrances 1981-1983

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University Counsel 1986

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University Information Technology Committee 1988-1990

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University Library 1974-1975

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University of Alberta, Calgary 1964

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University of Illinois 1953

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University of Kentucky - College of 1968-1990

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University of Louisville 1982-1985

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University Relations and Development 1988-1989

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Upward Bound Program 1988-1991

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Vendors - 3M Co. 1991

  • Box 26
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Vendors - A.B. Dick 1989-1990

  • Box 26
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Vendors - Cannon 1987

  • Box 26
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Vendors - Central Business Systems 1987-1990

  • Box 27
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Vendors - Kingsley 1991

  • Box 27
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Vendors - Kurzwell 1986-1988

  • Box 27
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Vendors - Lanier 1986-1987

  • Box 27
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Vendors - Morrow 1989

  • Box 27
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Vendors - Panasonic 1990

  • Box 27
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Vendors - Photocopiers 1989-1991

  • Box 27
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Vendors - Sharp 1987-1991

  • Box 27
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Vendors - Toshiba 1986

  • Box 27
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"Weeding" Committee 1983-1984

  • Box 27
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Western Kentucky University 1977-1980

  • Box 27
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Westlaw 1986-1989

  • Box 27
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White House Conference 1990

  • Box 27
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Workshops 1992

  • Box 27
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