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I'm looking for book call "Singer and the Sewing Machine A Capitalist Romance"

Last Updated: Oct 20, 2013  |  12 Views
 
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The Omaha Public Library does not currently have this title in our collection.  However, I did find it in WorldCat, which gives you two borrowing options:

1) You can borrow it via inter-library loan by stopping into your nearest branch and filling out a request (or filling out the request through WorldCat via our website).  You would be responsible for a small postage fee, no more than $6 (but usually around $2-3).  To fill the form out online, go to the Resource Center on our website:   http://www.omahalibrary.org/resource-center, select the Books & Literature category, select WorldCat from the database list, and click on Search.  I found the book through a title search.  Once you find it, click on the title, and in the book's record, you can select "Borrow this book from another library" to access the form.  Please call if you have any questions about this process.

2) You can borrow it from the Lincoln City Library, who appears to have a copy.  We have a reciprocal agreement with the Lincoln library, allowing our cardholders to sign up for their cards, and vice-versa.  We do not send materials back and forth with Lincoln, so this would involve driving to Lincoln.

A used copy of the book is also available on Amazon starting around $3 + shipping, another option.

Thanks for contacting AskOPL - I hope this helps!

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