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Can someone else pick up a library book on hold on someone else's behalf if they sign a letter or call the library providing permission?

Last Updated: Mar 31, 2015  |  164 Views

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All borrowers must present their OneCard or library card to take materials out of the Library. However, in exceptional circumstances, there may be times where a borrower is not able to retrieve library materials themselves. Please phone the Circulation Desk at 416-979-5055, option 2, if there are circumstances that make it difficult for you to visit the Library to borrow items, and you need someone else to retrieve them for you.

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