[Access-ip] Circulation of older materials
loigman at pobox.upenn.edu
Mon Nov 10 17:04:42 CST 2008
I'm wondering if any of you have limits on circulation of materials
based on date of publication? I'm interested in items in your open
stacks, not just rare book collections.
Is there a set date that you use? e.g., books published prior to 1850
If you've got this kind of rule, does it apply to all types of patrons?
Does the rule apply to all of your libraries? If exceptions can be
made, what is the basis for the exceptions?
I'd appreciate anyone willing to share.
Thanks in advance for your help,
Andrea Loigman | Head of Access Services
University of Pennsylvania Libraries | Van Pelt- Dietrich Library Center
3420 Walnut Street | Philadelphia, PA 19104-6206 | Rm. 106.1
loigman at pobox.upenn.edu | Phone 215-898-0701 | Fax 215-573-2160
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