A friend just gave me an Oscar Schmidt Hawaiian Conservatory of Music guitar belonging to her great-grandmother. It still has 95% of the gold paper scales on the frets. It needs a lot of work so may never be playable again.
She also gave me a big box full of music books, and I don't expect that many of them would be interesting to many people, however, in the box are about 25 lessons from the HCoM in near perfect shape. Each is in its mailing envelope with stamp, and each looks like it may never have been opened up more than a couple of times.
Is there a way to find a new owner for any of this stuff (the guitar stays)