We found some older brittle books that can not be replaced at a reasonable cost. We also fear that these older materials will likely be brittle at all libraries that hold them. Can we replace nineteenth-century and other older editions with modern reprints? Is it possible that the HathiTrust publicly available edition could stand for our retention commitment?

We found some older brittle books that can not be replaced at a reasonable cost. We also fear that these older materials will likely be brittle at all libraries that hold them. Can we replace nineteenth-century and other older editions with modern reprints? Is it possible that the HathiTrust publicly available edition could stand for our retention commitment?