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may I use library microfilm equipment to read, scan, or print my microfilm?

First Presbyterian Church, Omaha, has 35mm microfilms of its archived records, but no equipment to read, scan, or print.
Last Updated: Jul 20, 2011  |  49 Views

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Yes, you may use the Omaha Public Library's microfilm machines to read, scan, and print non-OPL microfilm.  The only OPL location that has microfilm machines is the W. Dale Clark Main Library in downtown Omaha.  A library card or the purchase of a $2.00 day pass is required to use the digital microfilm machines with scanning capabilities.  It costs 10 cents to print a page using the digital microfilm machines (8.5"x11" only) and 25 cents to print a page using the analog microfilm machines (11"x17" only).

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