If you are familiar with our ILL policies as stated below, e-mail your request. Please include the title, author and other information you may have. Be sure to include your name, address and phone number, and date the material is needed by. Search our card catalog before requesting materials. You may also request an item in person or call the library at (402) 461-2346.
For those who are looking for cake pans to borrow through interlibrary loan you may search the Holdrege Public Library catalog to see what is available. Go to the Holdrege Public Library online catalog, and search for "cake pan" under title or call number search. This will give you a list of cake pans and indicate whether the cake pan is available.
Interlibrary loan allows current library card holders to borrow materials from other lending libraries. Types of materials that may be borrowed include books, audio books, music, genealogical materials, microfilm, videos, and photocopies of articles.
There is a charge of $1.50 per item to help defray postage costs. Items not picked up will be returned to the lending library and postage is still owed by the patron.
Most items are received within 10 days (some may take longer). The location of the lending library and mail delays will affect response times. Due dates are determined by the lending library but are usually 2–3 weeks. If requesting an extension please contact the library several days prior to due date. Some items may not be renewed.
Use FirstSearch to access an online database service operated by OCLC (Online Computer Library Center). Twelve databases to search including WorldCat, a worldwide library catalog—great for doing your own interlibrary loan searching. WorldCat is an online card catalog for most of the libraries in the United States. Begin using FirstSearch. (In-library use.) Or you may log on to FirstSearch at NebraskAccess. (Password required.)
Also search for titles using the WorldCat.org web site.
WorldCat.org, the web site and search box, offers public access to the catalogs of libraries worldwide.