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Active donation programs (Cindy Hepfer) Stephen Clark 02 Mar 1998 20:35 UTC

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Date: Mon, 2 Mar 1998 12:49:18 -0500
From: Cindy Hepfer <hslcindy@ACSU.BUFFALO.EDU>
Subject: Active donation programs

Serialst subscribers,

I am forwarding the following announcement about a very useful new Web
site for a colleague, Pamela M. Rose, who is not subscribed to Serialst.
The original inquiry she alludes to went to GIFTEX-L. The list which she
and other staff here compiled includes a number of active "Donation
Programs for Books and Journals."

I am certain that many of you will be able to put this excellent site to
good use!

Cindy Hepfer
SUNY Buffalo Health Sciences Library
Thanks to all of you who sent information on sites that accept donations
of books and journals.  As promised, the information is now available on
our Collection Management Services webpage at:

We refer patrons to our website, and also have printed copies of the
information available.

We plan to keep this site as current as possible.  If you hear about other
sites that are not listed here, or discover a listed site is no longer
active, please forward the information, and I will update our webpage.  We
will periodically check all locations for activity.

Many thanks go to Nancy Stowell, who organized the information, verified
active sites, and designed the format for the list;  and to Pat Sarchet,
who coded the format in HTML.

I hope you and your patrons find the information useful.  Feel free to
reply with comments and suggestions for improvement!

| Pamela M. Rose, M.L.S.               |
| Bibliographic Database Coordinator   |
| Health Sciences Library              |
| University at Buffalo                |
| 3435 Main St.                        |
| Buffalo, NY  14214                   |
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| (716) 829-2408                       |
| (716) 829-2211 fax                   |
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| should not pick a single flower on   |
| the way home." -- Albert Schweitzer  |