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To use our interlibrary loan service, you must be able to check yes on both boxes below.
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Please enter the date or date range needed for newspaper or magazine research, or the publication date of the requested document.
if you have the number?
If the book you want is not yet one year old, please use the link above to make a New Book Purchase Suggestion instead.
Note - eBooks cannot be borrowed via ILL
If you're not sure of the date, you may use a question mark.
Please enter the ISBN if you know it.
If you need a specific edition please identify it by date, isbn, translator, or whatever defines the edition you seek.
The title of the work (magazine, newspaper, book, etc.) in which the article can be found.
Issue Date, Volume, Issue Number if you have them?
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Where would you like to pick up this item?
Your name as it appears in your library record.
Please enter the entire number on the barcode label of your library card, with no spaces.
The address you enter must be the same as the one in your library record. Call 707-269-1915 during open hours if you need to update your address of record.
Required if you expect digital delivery of article copies.
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