So I've been cleaning out closets at my mother's house and I came across something I acquired several years ago, when I was a kid. I think someone didn't want and because I'm a bibliophile and up until recently planned on being a lawyer, I took them. They're 1920s-1940s Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Reports and Decisions. I was going to take them (and lots of other stuff) to Goodwill, but my sister says they're not really "reading material" so they probably won't take them. Then we wondered if they're worth anything. They've been sitting in my closet for years. It definitely seems like I shouldn't throw them out, but what to do with them?