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It would be nice to do the same for books found at library sales and used bookstores, but, realistically, it is unlikely that, in those instances, the donor could easily be identified. Although, if it were a particularly valuable item (financially or sentimentally, such as a family photograph or a letter), I think I would make the effort.
I will tell you that on one occasion I donated several boxes of books to a local book sale, and shortly thereafter received a phone call from one of the volunteers who sorted books telling me that they had found my mother's baby book in the donation. It had gotten into one of the boxes in error when we were sorting her books, and I was thrilled that they had caught the mistake.
As I just posted in another thread, I returned a photograph I'd found in a box of stationery purchased at an estate sale. The photo was of the recently deceased woman, and her daughter was very happy to have it back.
Anyway, I found some nurse's paystub inside. Needless to say (I hope!), I threw it out.
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