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Huler describes the new state-of-the-art Hunt Library at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. \"Robot\" librarians are among one of its most interesting features. A patron selects a title from a computer; a robot glides down a 160-foot-long, 50-feet tall, steel alley, finds the drawer holding the requested title, and retrieves it.
Thanks to the State Library of North Carolina"s (Raleigh) extensive digital preservation project, more than 90,000 document and artifacts--including the entire back catalog of issues of Our State Magazine--are digitally available, free online.
Six writers describe items that distinguish North Carolinians' summers and encourage them to slow down and enjoy in the shimmering heat. They are Spanish moss (Parker); trains (Markovitch); tomato sandwiches (Huler); moonshine (Tomlinson); lightning bugs (Summerville); and hammocks (Murrell).