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How long does it take for something to arrive through interlibrary loan?

Last Updated: Jul 09, 2014  |  25 Views
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It generally takes articles a few days to arrive, and books take between 1 and 2 weeks to arrive, as they come in the mail.  Some items can take longer, especially rare items.  If you need anything in a short time frame, you can always ask a librarian for guidance. Call 508 565-1538 for the Interlibrary Loan Office or 508 565-1203 for the Reference Desk.

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