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Valerie Perry

Head of the Agricultural Information Center
and Director of Branch Libraries

N24 Agricultural Science Building North 40546-0091
Emergency Vehicle Response Location: 1100 Nicholasville Road

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Coal, Camps and Railroads: Digitizing Primary Sources on Appalachian Economic Development

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Award-Winning Historian’s Books Readily Available Online

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University Press of Kentucky Welcomes New Director, Leila Salisbury

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The University Press of Kentucky is pleased to welcome Leila Salisbury as its new press director, becoming only the fourth in the press’s sixty-eight year history. Salisbury comes to UPK f

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