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Julia Hoisington <[log in to unmask]>
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Julia Hoisington <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 8 Oct 2021 12:18:29 -0400
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I am out of bookends but still have PLENTY of CD cases.

Julia
Access Services Manager
Thomas Memorial Library
6 Scott Dyer Road
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107
207.799.1720


On Fri, Oct 8, 2021 at 10:29 AM Julia Hoisington <
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> It's a Friday cleaning frenzy at Thomas. There is something about the
> upcoming weekend that just makes you want to... clean out closets? Maybe
> it's just us and not everyone, but at any rate:
>
> I have:
> A box of 125+ regular CD jewel cases. You heard me! Free! To anyone on the
> delivery! Take the whole box! (PLEASE). Fair warning, If you ask for just
> one, you're getting about 25.
>
> 44 large metal bookends in varying shades of color, age, brand,
> deteriorating cork bottom, foam bottom, etc. Some are stuck together in a
> stack and it is too early in the morning and too late in the week for me to
> pry them apart. Listen, these aren't in the best condition. Some could
> definitely benefit from some TLC. But bookends are bookends and sometimes
> as long as it can hold up a shelf of books, who cares what it looks like,
> right?
>
> 5 small dark green bookends with deteriorating cork from Highsmith - look
> pretty good aside from the old cork.
>
> Julia Hoisington
> Access Services Manager
> Thomas Memorial Library
> 6 Scott Dyer Road
> Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107
> 207.799.1720
>

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