Got a Question? Find the Answer at the Library of Michigan!

Apr 01, 2001, 00:00 ET from Library of Michigan

    LANSING, Mich., April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The Library of Michigan's
 reference librarians are like bloodhounds.  Not only are they friendly, but
 they can find anything!  If you have a question, the reference librarians
 won't rest until they find the answer.
     "The Library of Michigan has exceeded my expectations in terms of being a
 resource for information," said State Representative Cameron S. Brown of the
 59th District.  "I can't thank them enough for all their help."
     But you don't need to be a member of the state legislature to take
 advantage of the Library of Michigan Reference Desk.  Whether you are a
 genealogist in need of the latest census information or a college student
 researching industry in Michigan, the reference librarians at the Library of
 Michigan can sniff out the information you need!  Visit or call the Library of
 Michigan Reference Desk at 517-373-1300.
     The Library of Michigan is a nationally recognized, visible, electronic
 and traditional library and leadership development center that serves as a
 vital information resource to the legislature, state government and citizens
 of Michigan.  The Library provides primary reference and research services to
 the state legislature and other government agencies, administers state aid to
 public libraries and oversees federal aid for all types of libraries.  The
 Library of Michigan serves as one of two regional libraries for the federal
 documents depository program.  It also features outstanding collections of
 Michigan history and genealogy.  It is one of the state's two regional
 libraries that provide services to the blind and physically handicapped.  The
 Library of Michigan website is located at http://libraryofmichigan.org or
 telephone 517-373-1580.  The Library of Michigan is located at 717 West
 Allegan Street in Lansing, Michigan, in the Michigan Library and Historical
 Center.
 
 

SOURCE Library of Michigan
    LANSING, Mich., April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The Library of Michigan's
 reference librarians are like bloodhounds.  Not only are they friendly, but
 they can find anything!  If you have a question, the reference librarians
 won't rest until they find the answer.
     "The Library of Michigan has exceeded my expectations in terms of being a
 resource for information," said State Representative Cameron S. Brown of the
 59th District.  "I can't thank them enough for all their help."
     But you don't need to be a member of the state legislature to take
 advantage of the Library of Michigan Reference Desk.  Whether you are a
 genealogist in need of the latest census information or a college student
 researching industry in Michigan, the reference librarians at the Library of
 Michigan can sniff out the information you need!  Visit or call the Library of
 Michigan Reference Desk at 517-373-1300.
     The Library of Michigan is a nationally recognized, visible, electronic
 and traditional library and leadership development center that serves as a
 vital information resource to the legislature, state government and citizens
 of Michigan.  The Library provides primary reference and research services to
 the state legislature and other government agencies, administers state aid to
 public libraries and oversees federal aid for all types of libraries.  The
 Library of Michigan serves as one of two regional libraries for the federal
 documents depository program.  It also features outstanding collections of
 Michigan history and genealogy.  It is one of the state's two regional
 libraries that provide services to the blind and physically handicapped.  The
 Library of Michigan website is located at http://libraryofmichigan.org or
 telephone 517-373-1580.  The Library of Michigan is located at 717 West
 Allegan Street in Lansing, Michigan, in the Michigan Library and Historical
 Center.
 
 SOURCE  Library of Michigan