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    The most overdue book in the history of library services was a copy of Febrile Diseases. It was checked out of the University of Cincinnati Medical Library in 1823 by Mr. M. Dodd and returned on December 7, 1968 by his great-grandson.

    It had accrued a fine estimated at $2,646.

    Campus Life, September 1980.