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Yale Library making furniture available for free.

Yale library is making a number of items, mostly furniture, available for free.    If you are interested in any of the following items please check its listing on the Connecticut Material Trader website for photos (most items) and further information.  Items must be picked up from Yale University in New Haven, CT on Tuesday June 28th.  If you wish to view the items personally ahead of time please email cyril.may@yale.edu to schedule a visit.
 
·         Chair - blue rolling office - 3
·         Chair - black vinyl seat on black or chrome metal frame - 100+
·         Chair - red vinyl on brown frame - 11.
·         Chair - various colors with and without arm rests - 34
·         Filing Cabinets, 13, one 2-drawer lateral and various (2, 3, 4, and 7-drawer) vertical
·         Bulletin Board, large - 1
·         Bookcase, tall wooden, double-sided, reference - 10
·         Bookcase, various - 18
·         Bookcase, tall wooden, double-sided - 9
·         Carrel - quad carrel:  4 wood riser on table 48 x 72 - 4
·         Card Catalog -- green, 18 x 14, portable
·         Lounge Chair -- black fabric, 31 x 31
·         Clock - wall-mounted
·         Desk - oak with carrel 23 x34 - 2
·         Desk - medium oak top with gray metal base, 30-46 - 1
·         Display Cabinet - this is a beautiful glass display cabinet atop a heavy wooden cabinet with drawers for storage of flat items e.g. paintings or maps.  Very heavy but a real treasure. - 1
·         Microform & Microfiche readers - 2
·         Magazine Display - 16x28, black with chrome base.
·         Mobile Wall/Cubicle Partition - various dimensions, various - 30
·         Overhead Storage - grey lam. w/ flipper door, 36" - 3
·         Sofa, black fabric, 31x76 - 1
·         Storage Cabinets - 14 x 29 x 62H; dark gray 18 x 35; light gray with dark gray  base 20 x 60 - 3 various
·         Shelf, overhead, grey lam. 42" - 3
·         Tables, 77, various materials and dimensions
·         Work surfaces, three 24 x 78, three 24 x 60, grey laminate
 
Photos and descriptions of the listed items can be found at Connecticut Material Trader ( http://www.ctmaterialtrader.org/.  This is a fantastic Craig's List-style website useful for finding, selling and donating used items including architectural salvage, furniture etc

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