The Clinton Presidential Library has hired a firm from Scotland to build nearly one million dollars worth of cabinets at the 160 million dollar facility under construction in Little Rock. The foundation building the library says limited choices forced it to draw on overseas labor for the specialized museum cases. Foundation president Skip Rutherford says he and other construction officials have made as much work as they could available to workers in Arkansas and elsewhere in the United States. But through an open-bidding process, exhibit fabricators Maltbie Associates of Mount Laurel, New Jersey, subcontracted 85 glass display cases to Scottish company -- Netherfield Visuals. Library officials say they are not aware of any other foreign firms working as subcontractors. They say the cabinets are a small part of the library, which is to open in November.