The library at the University of Minnesota Duluth is giving away more than 4,000 VHS tapes this week.
They're free. But will anyone want them?
The Kathryn A. Martin Library is purging the videos -- some of them feature films -- Tuesday through Friday.
The library's website has the hours, location and other details.
"The films are not in subject order, so plan some browsing time," the website says. "Bring your own bag or box!"
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