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I was a work study student worker at Hillman Library from 77-80, I got my start on the 3rd floor shelving books that traveled up from the ground floor on trolleys in a special dumb waiter type elevator. I challenged myself to continually break my record for ACCURATELY reshelving an entire cart of books. There was a woman named Mary who was a sweetheart of a taskmaster who oversaw the shelfers. My least favorite job, adding cards to the hundreds of drawers in the card catalogs. The pay $3.10 per hour.

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