National Genealogical Society Book Loan Collection

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“Procedures for Interlibrary Loan” gives more detailed direction to both the patron and to the librarian in your home town who will make the request for you.
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“Procedures for Inter-library Loan” gives more detailed direction to both the patron and to the librarian in your home town who will make the request for you.
  
An alternative to requesting a book for interlibrary loan may be a photocopy request for up to 30 pages.
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An alternative to requesting a book for inter-library loan may be a photocopy request for up to 30 pages.
  
See [http://www.slcl.lib.mo.us/branches/hq/sc/ngs/ngs-ill.htm St Louis County Library] for more information.
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See [http://www.slcl.org/genealogy-and-local-history/services St Louis County Library] for more information.
  
 
== Cost ==
 
== Cost ==

Revision as of 22:41, 20 March 2013

United States go to United States Societies go to National Genealogical Society go to National Genealogical Society Book Loan Collection

The National Genealogical Society Book Loan Collection is housed in the St. Louis County Library in St. Louis, Missouri. The books, with a few exceptions, are available to members of the NGS and non-members through interlibrary loan. Previously this loan privilege was restricted to NGS members only.

Content

Over 20,000 genealogical books are available via interlibrary loan.  Daily new books are being added to the collection.  There is an online catalog where you may search for the title of a  book/s that would be helpful in your research.  There is a limit of two books per loan.

or do a Googlesearch for NGS book loan collection

Using the site

“Procedures for Inter-library Loan” gives more detailed direction to both the patron and to the librarian in your home town who will make the request for you.

An alternative to requesting a book for inter-library loan may be a photocopy request for up to 30 pages.

See St Louis County Library for more information.

Cost

Free

(Some public libraries may charge you shipping costs, but most do not.)