@carolyocom1 Photoduplication service at the library ended in December of 2014. See https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Photoduplication_Services_Discontinued
You can definitely ask around here if anyone is willing to copy the pages you need. But have you tried looking for the book online? FamilySearch has a Books section of digitized books, but there is also Google Books, Internet Archive and others. You might try just typing the title of the book into an internet search engine and see what comes up. You can also look in WorldCat (worldwide library catalog) to see if a library near you has it or you could request it at your local public library through inter-library-loan.
If all else fails, there are companies who will do that type of lookup.
Just in case you are not aware ...
The main "Family History Library" (FHL) of the Church in 'Temple Square' in 'Salt Lake City' in 'Utah' in the 'United States of America' is currently "Closed" due to the "COVID-19" Pandemic.
Family History Library Closure
As an aside ...
Along with the main FHL of the Church, the "Family History Centres" (FHCs) of the Church, all around the World, are ALSO "Closed" due to the "COVID-19" Pandemic.
I know that this does not help, I just wanted to make sure you were aware.
Thank you. The book is in the library but not online. I wasn't sure whether there were staff in the library or not. I did know that it was closed to the public. I used to live 15 minutes from it and oh so much wish I still did.
Thank you. Yes, I knew the library was closed to the public now but I was just asking for the future. Good luck in all your research.
Well, rats! Thank you for answering.