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How do I check out material from the Library Commission?

Last Updated: Aug 15, 2014  |  7 Views

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There are several ways to check books, audio-books, federal government documents, and more out from the Library Commission.  Go to your local public library and request the item through interlibrary loan if you are not located in the Charleston, W. Va. area or are not a state employee.

For those in the Charleston, W. Va. area, stop by the Library Commission during business hours.  You will need your Library Commission borrower's card to check out materials.  If you do not have a borrower's card, you may get one.

State employees may stop in during business hours or request items through the Library Commission Courier Service.

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