LOA Library Book sale

Thank you everyone - volunteers of the booksale especially - for your support!


The LOA Library continues to receive book donations for fundraising purposes but is limiting its donations to materials directly pertinent to the scope of the Laboratory of Anthropology Library collections. Donors are required to call to make arrangements by calling Allison Colborne at (505) 476-1264. All deliveries are delivered by the donor and received at the Laboratory of Anthropology Building Loading Dock. The loading dock is located at the far end of the staff parking lot which is also the back of the Laboratory of Anthropology Building. Tax receipts are provided at the request of donors.

The LOA Library has received numerous large donations from scholars, historians, anthropologists and archaeologists.

OnSite Booksale

Last onsite booksale was held in 2014:

Saturday, November 15 - 10 am - 4 pm

Sunday, November 16 - 12-4 pm

The LOA Library has received over 9,000 (260 boxes) of books for the 2014 booskae. It was a huge sale!

There are no plans at this time to hold another onsite booksale.

Online Bookstore at Abebooks.com

Over 1100 rare, scarce, out-of-print, gently used and ***brand new*** quality books!

Support the LOA Library throughout the year long by purchasing books and specialized materials from the MIAC-LOA Library Abebooks online store.

Search and purchase from the MIAC-LOA Library's online listings 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. Listings are updated fairly frequently, so check back often!

What have the booksale funds supported?

Funds realized from the 2012 Onsite Booksale undewrote 100% of the migration of the InMagic / DB/Textworks LOA Library Databases (1992-2014) to the KOHA Integrated Library System (implemented July 2014).

Thanks you Santa Fe for your book donations and your support to make this technological leap into the 21st century possible!!!

To check it out the new LOA Library Koha Catalog, go to: http://library.indianartsandculture.org/

Booksale funds are additionally used to underwrite all the operations and services of the LOA Library and to purchase all new book acquisitions.

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