Along with the materials in the Grand Island Public Library, patrons also have access to millions of books, audiovisual materials, and journal articles from other libraries through interlibrary loan.
For more information, contact:
Library Assistant II
firstname.lastname@example.org | (308) 385-5333
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
A wide range of materials is generally available, although individual lending libraries may have policies that restrict the loan of certain items such as microfilm or reference books. We will do our best to obtain the items you request.
Microfilm rolls may be requested from the Nebraska State Historical Society at a charge of $4.28 per reel. Contact Elle Supencheck directly to request this service.
Interlibrary loan is a courtesy extended from one library to another. We ask our patrons to respond in kind by searching Grand Island Public Library resources first, respecting the lending library’s rules, making prompt use of the material, and returning the materials on time.
Borrowers are responsible for the return of borrowed materials to Grand Island Public Library by the lender’s due date and will be assessed the cost of replacement for damaged, lost, or unreturned items.
Interlibrary loan request forms are available at the Circulation Desk (front desk) and the Reference Desk at the library. You may also contact library staff by phone at (308) 385-5333.
If you'd like to request microfilm from the Nebraska State Historical Society, please contact Elle Supencheck directly in person, by phone, or e-mail at email@example.com