35 LESSER LIBRARIAN'S DORMITORY. The door to this room is locked. This room was originally used to house the various lesser librarians, assistants, and aides to the master librarian, but they are all gone now and the room has not been disturbed in a long time. The floor is covered with dust and the air is stale. The room is furnished as a dormitory with cots, wardrobes, and footlockers to accommodate eight persons. The librarians used candelabras to light the room, when necessary, and there are several here. The wardrobes hold white robes (used by the lesser librarian's in life) and the footlockers hold personal items of negligible value. A pair of leather shoes is in the southwest corner. In the toe of the right shoe is hidden a 250 gold crescent white pearl wrapped in a soiled handkerchief.