Due to space constraints we wish to dispose of all of Federal Reporter (1880-1942), volumes 1-599 of Federal Reporter Second (1924-1979) and volumes 1-499 of Federal Supplement (1931-1980). I have looked at The Handbook of Federal Librarianship guidelines as to options for disposing of weeded volumes. However, I am sending a message to this list to inquire about specific steps other Federal librarians have taken to dispose of either reporter series or similar large amounts of materials. For example, if any used book dealers or non-profit organizations were used; if materials were given or sold to any commercial entities such as law firms; what kinds of procedures you had to follow for dealing with GSA; or if the books were actually just tossed out. Any recommendations as to the best way to go about this project? If there is sufficient interest, I will summarize for the list. Thank you. Jeanne Trahan Faubell, Librarian Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board 1250 H Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20005 (202)942-1695 FAX: (202)942-1676 email: [log in to unmask] These opinions are solely those of the author and do not reflect those of the FRTIB or the federal government, generally.