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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1957-1958-47

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48 GENERAL INFORMATION duplicate key of each locker is kept in the College Office In no circumstances may duplicate keys be made by or on behalf of studeats Any student losing his key will be required to pay 3s 6d for new lock broken key should be brought to the College Office when it will be replaced at cost price No other lockers or drawers may be used other than those provided by the College These iockers are provided for the convenience of students but the College cannot be responsible for the loss of property not placed in the charge of the recognized porters MUSEUMS King George the Third Queen Victoria presented to King's College in 1841 the valuable collection of mechanical models and philosophical instruments formed by King George the Third The greater portion has been transferred on loan to the Science Museum at South Kensington together with items from the valuable collection of the late Sir Charles Wheatstone to which from time to time extensive additions have been made by the College and by the donations of private individuals Anatomy The Anatomical Museum contains valuable collection presented to the College by the widow of the late Professor Hughes and also collections presented by the late Sir David Ferrier and additions made by the College at various times THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Any member of the University staff or student may apply to use the University Library entrance in the Senate House either from Malet Street or from Russell Square An Internal Student may obtain ticket by completing an application form to be obtained at the library and showing his current College Admission Card or Union Society membership card The Library has over 650 000 books on all subjects most of which may be borrowed for home reading About 000 current periodicals are taken and the many special collections include the Goldsmiths' Library of early economic literature the Durning-Lawrence Library of Elizabethan literature Music Library set of British Parliamentary papers and extensive collections of palaeographical works and of biblio- graphies in all subjects The reading rooms are open on wee"k-days during term and the Easter vacation from 30 to On Saturdays and in the Christmas and summer vacations the Library is closed at every evening Books may be borrowed from 10 to 30 on week-days during term and the Easter vacation and from 10 to on Saturdays and during the Christmas and summer vacations Microfilms photostats and other photographic copies may be ob- tained from the Library Photographic Department list of charges is available on application There are five microfilm readers in the Library
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