Interlibrary loans, 1964-April 1983
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Published by National Technical Information Service in Springfield, Va .
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Supersedes PB82-804725 and PB81-800989.

ContributionsUnited States. National Technical Information Service.
The Physical Object
Pagination3 microfiches (210 frames). --
Number of Pages210
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20787899M

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For libraries in the U.S., the Library of Congress serves as a source for material not available through local, state or regional libraries. Requests are accepted from academic, public, and special libraries that make their own material available through participation in an interlibrary loan system. The Library of Congress serves as a primary source for material published in the United States. Interlibrary Loan (ILL) ODL provides access to many materials, books, audiobooks and videos to public libraries through interlibrary loan. Choose your preferred format by selecting one of the icons above the search bar. Enter subject, title, or author and click the search icon to find it in WorldCat Discovery. ‘Using interlibrary loan is a common practice for accessing books and journal articles, but few libraries are willing to circulate sound recordings or rare archival material.’ ‘If these libraries could not supply the titles, interlibrary loan was not offered except through the local public library.’. Interlibrary loans may be renewed one time with approval from the lending library. Renewals must be requested at least 5 days prior to the due date to ensure adequate time for the lending library to respond. There is a $ charge for interlibrary loans not picked up. Interlibrary loan late fees are $ per day.