Decluttering? GCAS Library Is Searching for Books, Periodicals, and Supplies
KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN FOR THESE TITLES
(Ours have gone missing or are badly damaged and must be replaced)
Thinking of downsizing your personal library? Considering purchasing a book or periodical to donate to the GCAS as an alternative to donating to our Mimbres Archaeological Research and Education Center project? We can help make the process easy for you! Scroll down below for the link to our current list of books, periodicals, and supplies our GCAS Library needs to make our shelves more complete and user-friendly.
If you already have books, supplies, or other items you'd like to donate to the GCAS Library, please email us or telephone our GCAS librarian/archivist Marianne Smith at 772-529-2627. Nothing goes to waste; if we discover we already have a duplicate title on our shelves or if we have no room for the item until we relocate our library to a larger space, your donation will still help us reach our goals by being part of our next used book sale to raise funds for our other library necessities.
If you are thinking about buying a book or periodical on our list and then donating it directly to the GCAS Library, you may want to contact Joe Wesbrook aka Joe the Book Guy on his Facebook page or look through his inventory on his website before searching Amazon or anywhere else. If Joe has one or more of the titles on our list in stock, it is our experience that he sells used books in good condition at competitive prices. You may find that his prices for some of the gently-used titles on our list are as low as $5 to $20.
Our current list, suitable for printing, is here: Download Sought-After-Titles-10-2020.pdf (98.2K)
Find some book titles and examples of needed library supplies on our Amazon Wish List, here.
Thank you for your support!
/s/ webmaster [Upper photo: private library, Suchitoto, El Salvador. Lower photo: GCAS Library, Mimbres, New Mexico. Photos by M.Smith]
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