Archives for: June 2011, 11
Categories: PHR News
Calling All those Who are Cleaning out Basements and Attics
The Prairie History Room is asking you to consider donating your old school yearbooks to us. As some of you might be aware, one of our collection's "hidden treasurers" is our small collection (approx. 200) of yearbooks mostly from Regina high schools. However, since many schools did not have extra copies to donate or to sell to us, we have huge gaps in this invaluable collection. The only two conditions that we have is that the books have to be in good condition (e.g. not smelly, mouldy or grimy) and be from a school in Saskatchewan (note: it can be either elementary or secondary/high school). Unfortunately, we are not able to help pay for postage but we can make alternative arrangements.
So if you are cleaning and are considering throwing away your yearbooks, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we would love to take your yearbooks off your hand. Thanks!
May P. Chan, Prairie History Librarian
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