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1.[254]

Incorporation, chartering and registration records:

PERMANENT
*2.[255]

Accession records:

NOTE: Some libraries accession manuscripts, rare books and special collections, but not their general library holdings. In these cases, the accession records need to be retained only for the kinds of materials still accessioned.

1 year after accessioning procedure becomes obsolete
*3.[256] Informational copies of records prepared by and received from public library system, including but not limited to directories, minutes, budgets and reports: 0 after superseded or obsolete
4.[257] Borrowing or loaning records, including interlibrary loan: 0 after no longer needed
*5.[258] Catalog of holdings  
  a. Manuscript or published catalog: PERMANENT
  b. Continuously updated catalog: 0 after superseded or obsolete
6.[259] Individual title purchase requisition which has been filled or found to be unfillable: 1 year
*7.[260] Records documenting selection of books and other library materials: 0 after no longer needed
*8.[261]

Library material censorship and complaint records, including evaluations by staff, patrons' complaints and record of final decision:

NOTE: Appraise these records for historical significance prior to disposition. Some library censorship records deal with serious constitutional issues and may have value for future research.

6 years after last entry
9.[262] Patron's registration for use of rare, valuable or restricted non-circulating materials: 6 years
 
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