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Image 8 of Kentucky alumnus, vol. 03, no. 03, 1930

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l s ‘: ig? T ‘ > iis? F ‘ .. . . ` 1` \ T . _ l jj _ '· . i_ · G Kmnruoxy Ahoivmus I 1, . T _. · tétndkborder and the center of it is of booljs cleaii and free fgogig du·st.th'1;Chis 1 .» . y - _ » or . sys em wi ring 1n a e air a is 1 1 The remainder of this floor is taken used in the stack room. No ventilation . V 1 r up with the cataloging room, the libra— will come from windows or any direct _ 5 @ I 2; 1n _€€1nl}Z>De€l brand of insulating material to help in V _ _ i {1 r gym ln the mes? me el`? “"·¥> centalnlllg *l keeplng the heat in the building in cold V; 1 t 1 cilnlaletgunigclillelgggigncla@%eE_nl$c§;lOf;‘ weather and keeping it out in hot ` z V 4 fi.! V cll le$· l l $» ‘ weat er. The floorinr 1hr rh 1 g V al ‘ fi; ` el` ln0€lel`n cenVenlenceS· building will be of maieble, tillleelifililetiiliie 3 , l l r ‘ ‘ The fourth iioor is cut up into twelve and cork. V i 1l R l ‘ elnall Ycelne to be used lnalnly for Sem" When the work on this building has ¤ I ' ii S lnal` Pln`PO$eS· Tnel`e al`er alsc- me been completed, it will be one oi? the l ** ` R l large Yeaellng l`OelnS» and general alien most modern and up-to-date college li- A . age Space- braries in the country and the most T 1 V VF The most prominent characteristic of modern in the South. l 1 ` l of the building is the stack room space. . 1 , _ Its height is from the bottom of the - _ ` H _ . r . [ *1 T hmiamg to the top, eight rioor levels, FORMER UNWRRSHY Slnnnnlb 1 1 g ; ` and it is 68 feet long by 32 feet wide. INSTRUMENTAL IN MERGER . l The space is filled with structural book W _d 1 _ _ b , . R 1; l _ mq stack equipment, which is a system th tel ble? een lefene‘l_lllhLeXlngtell ; L1 r , specially designed of cast iron and steel el et uemeee melee] Of .t. e gledleeet 1 ,i standards and shelves for holding up megnltllde ln the eu ccnelllnenlng neld ·` . gg ° l the book shelves. The floor will be of has been (elif_eeeeel‘ . _. _ _ A ig rr é marble, under which will be the iron tiOl£he)f Cliglgvlaeik E§l§;llei‘;L;l; fi Smnd_a1dS` _ _ Mr J. 1. Lyle, class of 1896, is general é§ . This makes for perfect safety in the manager the York Heating and Ven , Steck mem enace as the Welght Of Over tilating fjorporation, of Philadelphia, __ W l·O0e#0OO volumes een be efleqllfltely Pennsylvania, of which l\/lr. Thornton _ _ taken eel`e_°f m thm menneln Lewis of the class of 1906 is president, T ,5, , 1Y · Tllece Wlll be tln"€€ means of ll'¤n§· and the Brunswick-Kroeschell Compa- ._ ;’ ])O1"lZ2lJC1OH TFOITI OY1€ HOOY to 2].l10tll€1` 111 ny` gf Chicaggy lggdgyg in the figlds Of . fa ‘ ’€n€ Stack l`00ln Space- Tn€1`€ Wlll be 3 refrigerating, have pooled their inter- e 1 , · regular elevator for the staff members €S1;S_ T l§ ’ T 1 and limited passenger service, an auto- __ A gi , matic book conveyor to carry books to ` M i l V 1 the floor where they belong and auto- KENTUQKY §RAll)UAlE E T if 1 l · matically dump them off at that floor, I5 HONORED BY STORE 1 “ g _ 1 and a book lift, for articles which are _" · I g L 1 too large, or for any reason at all, can- Oscar Hambleton, of Henderson, Ken- _ 4 A Q Q _ not be carried on the automatic book tucky, former student of the uni- R Q .1 conveyor. Also, there will be ninety- versity, has been made vice-president E { l eight carrels for individual study. of James A. Hearn and Son, a leading · , _ . The Stack mom Space Wm have a New York City department store, where » i 1 I _ separate heating system composed of he had im-;¤11<>¤sly been 1· m arf g V 1 I a motor tirrveh fall, special radiators, and rublwlty wrk- Wlnle =itt€¤d1¤s — { and a revolving air filter. Every cubic the n n l V el` S l l Yr llamblelnn Was * 1 foot of air is cleaned thoroughly of all an Onlfntandlng _l?la§’el` ln Lexlngtcnle »` * A dust and djyt, then it {S heutgd and theatrical organization, then known as ; ` l l' ’°`Me blown into the room under pressure the Rnlnany l)laYel`S» and was ln`0lnl· · , 3 1 S5 This will be a great help in keeping the nent ln €XU‘n·cnl"l`lcnla1` ?l€tlVllY· r ; { , l 1 . 1 1;; in;‘ 1 . c if A ` g Coke l l' · . porti { MY I ` l l J . M·y Ig ` ` Av - { A} ?llYTT-—-——·$l¤¥€.._..—;- - 1\/'_L£/"\L Qi; 2 ’__)AL,£;;,,.,»,\R \/VI`. VAN __ _ _. ~ **5 * -- - . . -.;. - » I· 7-' . F ‘ ’ V. · · · l I it ‘ A Ye " T" " ‘*‘* " -· 1..: - z. ° V· ,. ...

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