Friend works at the Lincoln Plaza building downtown that a law firm just moved out of. They left stuff to be disposed of that might be worth something to some.
There are thousands of matched set law books - federal law of some type. I imagine that all of that stuff is CD or online and the books nowadays might be exclusively for show.
Banks and banks of big wood shelves to hold the above library.
Big corner type office desks - not perfect but serviceable.
At least one IBM typewriter.
Big file cabs where the doors swing up and then slide into the unit horizontally. Lots of regular file cabs too.
Anybody interested in this stuff? they're just gonna haul it off eventually.
Where is this stuff?
Interested in the bookshelves. What's the info?
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Lincoln Plaza - going s on 75, exit ross, go right (west), l on Ackard (sp?) Easy to find. It's in "downtown" downtown Dallas. Skyscraper in the middle of skyscrapers.
bookshelves are built just deep enough to comfortably store these books - approx 8' tall
these things are long, but they're in sections - stained, finished wood - built "into" the office, oiw, they have their bottom edges protected with a wall strip like you would see in a linoleum hall - this comes right off - sorry if I'm not explaining well
they are not something you would buy at the furniture store, they are shelves that you would have installed by a remodeling company/office space design outfit
they are in excellent A+ numero uno shape
as for quantity, you wouldn't sound dumb expressing the amount of books in *tons* - no shit!
a night time hookup would be best - that's when my friend works, no tennants to annoy, and NO traffic AT ALL downtown late at night
hope I answered the Q's
gotta hurry, they're emptying the place out soon
Might be interested in a desk and some bookcases. IM me your phone # to make arrangements.