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PRESIDENT OF YORK JUNIOR COLLEGE Dr. Ray A. AIiller ;.S., M.A., Ph.D. New York University
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May We Present the President of Trustees Benjamin M. Root As a member of the Board of Trustees since 1956, Mr. Root served as the chairman of the Special Gifts Division of the York Junior College Fund Dri ' e for the present campus. This past October he was elected President of the Board. A native Yorker, Mr. Root was graduated from William Penn High School and from Lehigh Uni- versity with B.S. in Industrial Engineering. Among Mr. Root ' s many civic activities, he is Vice-president of the Manufacturer ' s Association, past President of the Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club. He has served as campaign chairman of the United Fund. Presently, he is a member of the Board of Di- rectors of the York YMCA and the Methodist church. Coming into office with Mr. Root are four new- Board members: John C. Schmidt, Marvin G. Sedam, Beauchamp E. Smith, Charles S. Wolf.
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Reflecting on Progress and Promise " Books are the treasured wealth of the world, the fit inheritance of generations and nations . . . " Thoreau. The Library, soon to be constructed on the Junior College Campus, initially will have stack space for 30,000 ' olumes and 200 carrels for research and study purposes. In addition, there will be separate rooms for reference works, special collections, periodicals, and a gallery where art masterpieces can be exhibited. The floor plans allow for future expansion to 120,000 volumes and stations for 400 readers without changing the basic design of the structure. The academic center of a college is its library, the laboratory for the social sciences and the humanities, and a workshop for all who are seeking new knowledge. Everyday problems of business, go^ ' ernment, and of society, have compelled more people to acquire more information than was necessary to previous generations. The growth of new academic fields and the increase of our student body has resulted in a similar awareness of the need and desirability for a larger and more adequate library and library services. In all fields, collections have been growing tremendously because of the o ' ervhelming mass of material being published. It is hoped that the new library will become a basic tool in our instructional program and that it will bring together the student, the professor, and the book, for a closer working relationship. Architect ' s drawing of new library
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