USPS Tracking Labels

Available for free.   They have packs of 50.  You may order up to 4 packs at a time.   There is a main label and then a customer receipt on the label book.  You can write information that will help keep track of transaction numbers or titles.  Check the margin for the link to the USPS page.  Did I mention that the labels and the service are free?

Requests 07/31/2017-07/31/2018

Allen Public Library 2
Antlers Public Library 47
Beaver County Pioneer Library 1
Blackwell Public Library 13
Buffalo Public Library 10
Carnegie Public Library 2
Catoosa Public Library 23
Chandler Public Library 19
Cherokee City County Library 40
Cushing Public Library 9
Chandler Watts Memorial Library 64
Elgin Community Library 9
Frederick Public library 8
Garland Smith Public Library 2
Grace Pickens Public Library 12
Hennessey Public Library 15
Henryetta Public Library 59
Inola Public Library 43
Langley Public Library 10
Laverne Delphian Public Library 37
Madill City County Library 3
Margaret Carder Library 20
Maysville Public Library 19
Montfort & Allie B Jones Memorial Librar 39
Mounds Public Library 8
Newkirk Public Library 112
Nora Sparks Warren Memorial Library 132
Okeene Public Library 7
Okemah Public Library 5
Olive Warner Memorial Library 2
Piedmont Municipal Library 3
Prague Public Library 13
Sayre Public Library 111
Soutar Memorial Library 2
Stroud Public Library 9
Thomas Wilhite Memorial Library 46
Tonkawa Public Library 24
Tyler Memorial Library 15
Vinita Public Library 18
Walters Public Library 38
Watonga Public Library 16
Waynoka Public Library 76
Wewoka Public Library 2
Will Rogers Public Library 17
Yale Public Library 6
1,183

Renew Renew Renew

Don’t forget if you need extra time with your material, renew!  As long as it is not wanted by someone else you may have some extra time.  This will help keep those “nasty-grams” out of your mailbox.

Library Rate Postage

USPS Library Mail

Library Mail is an inexpensive way for libraries, academic institutions, museums, nonprofits, and similar organizations to send items on loan to one another.  These groups can mail books, sound recordings, and other academic media, for the low rate of $2.59 for the first pound, and an additional $0.48 for each additional pound up to 70 pounds per shipment.

Senders must show a return address or address of a school or nonprofit organization.  Some publishers can send items through Library Mail as long as they are being sent to a qualified recipient.  Library Mail cannot contain advertising or other non-media materials except for a packing slip.  Items take 7 to 10 days to arrive to their final destination.

The USPS will allow extra services for Library Mail, including insurance, USPS Tracking, Signature Confirmation, COD, return receipt and restricted delivery. A certificate of mailing, which provides proof of shipment, and special handling for fragile items, is also available.

Our mail room tell me this works out to about a nickel an ounce.

Holiday Mail Stop

      December 1, 2017 – January 5, 2018

The Oklahoma Department of Libraries Interlibrary Loan Department will stop taking requests for things we do NOT own on November 8.  We will continue processing and mailing items we own until December 1, 2017.  All interlibrary loan activity will cease December 1 and resume January 5, 2018.  Interlibrary loan requests will NOT be filled or referred between the above dates.  Interlibrary loan resumes on January 5, 2018. Couriers will still run.  Season Greetings from: Arlene, Melecia, Cynthia, Shalalah, David, Christine, Doug, Lori, and Sam.

                                   

                                                               

 

 

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