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A Beatles (*44*) tape that was checked out of the San Antonio Public Library 44 years Yesterday was finally returned This month, officials stated.

The tape, an audio recording of an interview with Beatles John Lennon, Paul McCartney and others were anonymously left in a book return box. SAPL said in a Facebook post.

“Have you ever checked out an item from SAPL and never had a chance to return it?” The library Published Nov. 20, 2008.

“Can you believe this recording of The Beatles was checked out from Westfall Branch Library 44 years ago and returned to us recently?”

The following is a post about the library While he was joking about the fact that a late return would usually come with an exorbitant fee, he noted that patrons have not been charged late fees since October of last.

The post went on: “Imagine all the potential fines there could have been! Luckily, we have been fine-free since October 2021, so even if you have an item to return that’s a year late, a decade late, and even four decades late, we will still accept it at NO charge!”

The tape was left anonymously in a box at the Book Drop-Off Box library.
San Antonio Public Library
The library hasn't charged late fees since October 2021.
The library hasn’t charged late fees since October 2021.
San Antonio Public Library

The Post heard from SAPL Scott Williams’ Marketing Manager that the company is committed to ensuring that customers are satisfied with their services. library The company has not kept a record of the overdue In the 70s fees were charged. However, they were not stopped until 2021 when the fine was reduced to 35 cents per day. There was a maximum of $10 for the fee.

Although late fines are no longer an issue, library Facebook noted that an item may be lost if it is left unattended for too long. The patron could be charged the replacement cost. Borrowing privileges could be suspended if a person has more than one lost item fee.

San Antonio Public Library isn’t the only branch to Stop paying the ridiculous late fines

The tape contains an interview with John Lennon and Paul McCartney of The Beatles.
The tape includes an interview with John Lennon, Paul McCartney and The Beatles.
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An earlier version of this book was 75 years It was a long time ago returned to You can find more information at public library New Jersey is a little more than a year later library Eliminate it overdue Policy on fees

Bob Jablonski was checked out “Hitler,” Oden Rudolph was 14 years old when he joined the James J. Ferris High School branch at the Jersey City Free Public Library. to Return the book

While incredibly late, he couldn’t have brought the book back at a better time. The library Implemented a no-overdue Fee policy for March 2021: The now 89-year old could return his book free of charge.