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gifts:procedures_for_unsolicited_unplanned_gifts [2016/11/03 11:47]
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gifts:procedures_for_unsolicited_unplanned_gifts [2019/01/07 12:20] (current)
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 **__Receiving gifts__** **__Receiving gifts__**
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 +We generally do not accept damaged materials as gifts.
  
 When a monographic gift item is first unpacked, keep any inserts/​letters about the gift with the item and insert a Gift Routing Slip (see Susan Pease to obtain). Either give the item to Susan, or follow this procedure: When a monographic gift item is first unpacked, keep any inserts/​letters about the gift with the item and insert a Gift Routing Slip (see Susan Pease to obtain). Either give the item to Susan, or follow this procedure:
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 **__Gifts in poor condition__** **__Gifts in poor condition__**
  
-Some volumes come to us in delicate or poor condition. ​If it has been chosen to be kept by a Selector, consult with Lorraine James on the proper way to preserve it for the stacks before cataloging. ​  If the book has not been specifically marked for our collection and is in a poor condition, set aside for further condition on the Questionable Additions shelf as above+Some volumes come to us in delicate or poor condition. ​We do not accept damaged materials ​as gifts as we cannot afford to remediate or bind damaged gifts.
  
  
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