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Picture vivid color images that
pulsate, grow, float, change shape,
vanish and reappear to the accom-
paniment of classical and contem-
No, your Dr. Pepper has not been
laced. You've been watching a unique
musical laser light show, Laserium,
which appeared before more than
2,300 here for five performances in
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Utilizing beams of spectral-pure
light projected through a complex
system of prisms, lenses and mir-'
rors, a Krypton gas laser creates the
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powerful sensory experience,
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The Library is arranged into divi-
sions. Information desks and special-
ized reference services are provided
in each division. Reference, circu-
lating and reserve books, periodicals
and newspapers are shelved in the
related subject division. Theses and
dissertations produced here are in
the Users' Services Division, first
Speical divisions are archives and
manuscripts, special collections,
audio-visual services and the Mi-
norities Cultural Center. The archives
and manuscripts division, housing
Texas AFL-CIO labor records and
University archives, is located on the
The Jenkins Garrett Collection of
Texana and Mexican War history is
housed in special quarters on the
sixth floor. From Yucatan, Mexico,
the library collected 900 rolls of
microfilm of historical government
documents and old newspapers.
Manuscripts, galley proofs, blue
lines and the original art for books
by the late Texas author Ben K.
"Doc" Green were donated to the
Library this year and placed in the
The Minorities Cultural Center on
the first floor is a research and brows-
ing center for materials related to pri-
mary minorities of the Southwest.
Materials not owned by the Li-
brary may be borrowed from other
libraries through the interlibrary
loan office on the first floor. The uni-
versity is a member of the Inter-Uni-
versity Council of the North Texas
area and the library has cooperative
programs with other libraries in the
council. An IUC courier service oper-
ates between the libraries of the
schools in the council.
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