Book Sale Begins Nov 15th

Used Book Sale Open to Campus Community Nov 15, Public Nov 16

The A.R. Wentz Library announced a new time for its annual fall used book sale, opening to the seminary community the afternoon of Monday, Nov. 15th at 3pm and the public the morning Nov 16th at 8:30am.  The sale offers a concentration of used theological books and is a valuable resource for seminarians building their libraries with classics and the more evergreen monographs of the 20th century. The time change was announced by Librarian and archivist, Dr. Briant Bohleke, who said “although the semi-annual library book sale was delayed this year for the showing of art related to Martin Luther, we are offering more books than ever and are looking forward to the enthusiastic participation by campus community and friends.”  On campus community will have advanced access on the afternoon of Nov 15th from 3pm to 5pm. Questions may be directed to the library staff by telephone at 717.338.3014 with more information on the web at http://www.ltsg.edu/Resources/Wentz-Library .
 
 

Posted: 11/10/2010 5:36:14 PM by Stefan Hartman | with 0 comments
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