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Between the city and the U-M, Ann Arbor has an astonishing wealth of libraries. The Ann Arbor District Library has a superb reference staff, along with recently expanded computing facilities. The U-M library system is one of the largest research collections in the country and probably one of the most accessible.


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Ford Presidential Library

Archival collections of Gerald R. Ford's presidential, vice-presidential, and congressional papers, including his Warren Commission files. Visitors can browse lobby exhibits, see a re-creation of President Ford's office, and attend special events. Researchers welcome. Group tours may be arranged in advance. Mon.-Fri. 8:45 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Closed on federal holidays. ford.library@nara.gov, fordlibrarymuseum.gov


Richard W. Bailey Library

More than 70,000 print volumes, 150,000 e-books, 65,000 e-journals, 130 print journals, and 2,000 media items including streaming videos and DVDs. Easy reading books for adults with low reading levels and international students. Children's literature collection. Free market research workshops and consultations for small business entrepreneurs. Books may be checked out by general public (with a free library card); other materials for public use in the library only. Call or check website for hours. wccnet.edu/resources/library



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



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