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The '''University of Kentucky Zine Archive''' will open October 19, 2006. The collection's focus includes [[zine]]s produced in or discussing issues related to the Southern United States or those with an environmental slant (global warming, bikes, veganism, sustainable communities, etc.)
 
The '''University of Kentucky Zine Archive''' will open October 19, 2006. The collection's focus includes [[zine]]s produced in or discussing issues related to the Southern United States or those with an environmental slant (global warming, bikes, veganism, sustainable communities, etc.)
  
The collection will be housed in the Breckenridge Room of the Margaret I. King Library (179 Funkhouser Drive) on the University of Kentucky's campus in Lexington, Kentucky. The collection will be non-circulating.
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The collection will be accessible through the Breckenridge Room of the Margaret I. King Library (179 Funkhouser Drive) on the University of Kentucky's campus in Lexington, Kentucky. The collection will be non-circulating.
  
 
Questions, comments, and queries about donations can be sent to ukzinelibrary@gmail.com.
 
Questions, comments, and queries about donations can be sent to ukzinelibrary@gmail.com.
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Donations may be sent to:  
 
Donations may be sent to:  
  
Special Collections & Digital Programs
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Special Collections & Digital Programs c/o Deirdre Scaggs
 
King Library
 
King Library
 
University of Kentucky
 
University of Kentucky

Revision as of 09:36, 6 October 2006

The University of Kentucky Zine Archive will open October 19, 2006. The collection's focus includes zines produced in or discussing issues related to the Southern United States or those with an environmental slant (global warming, bikes, veganism, sustainable communities, etc.)

The collection will be accessible through the Breckenridge Room of the Margaret I. King Library (179 Funkhouser Drive) on the University of Kentucky's campus in Lexington, Kentucky. The collection will be non-circulating.

Questions, comments, and queries about donations can be sent to ukzinelibrary@gmail.com.

Donations may be sent to:

Special Collections & Digital Programs c/o Deirdre Scaggs King Library University of Kentucky Lexington, KY 40506-0039

Margaret I. King Library