Camelback High School librarian Georgette Bordine says the two Audubon Society books checked out in 1959 and the money order were sent by someone who wanted to remain anonymous.
Bordine says the letter explained that the borrower’s family moved to another state and the books were mistakenly packed.
The letter said the money order was to cover fines of 2 cents per day for each book. That would total about $745. The letter says the extra money was added in case the rates had changed.
Bordine says the money will buy more books, and the overdue books will be returned to the shelves.
We have to look between us for signs Moshiach is close. Look for special Kindness, Chesed and for those being mvater…
What an interesting story! I worked in a hotel where customers give their credit card numbers when they made a reservation and we only charged their card when they check out. We once had a customer that had a medical emergency and didnt properly check out, thus her card had accidently not been charged. She called in like 6 months later saying she always feels guilty about not having paid for her stay. She gave us her cc again and we went ahead and charged it! I was so impressed!!
in one week a already owe like $25 to the library
Is it true that George Washington had an overdue library book?
As true as George Washington chopping down his father’s cherry tree.