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What does non-circulating mean?

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A "non-circulating" item cannot be checked out but may be used in the library. 

Some important research items and collections are limited in this way.  For example, books in the West Virginia and Regional History Center are non-circulating. 

For more information about borrowing library material see the web page at Loan Periods & Limits.

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