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You've got questions? We have answers!

Our crackerjack Reference department can answer your questions. Whether it's about history, government, arts, books or almost any other topic, we can help. If you need reference help, have a question, or just want to contact us, e-mail the Reference Staff.

If you're looking for library materials we don't have, contact our Inter-Library Loan coordinator. Books and other materials may be requested from other Mississippi Libraries that may have what you're looking for. E-mail the I.L.L. Staff AND please state the item(s) as specifically as possible; author, title, and ISBN number.

Go the Inter-Library Loan information page.

Also JGRLS offers dozens of databases such as the MAGNOLIA databases which include EBSCO Host, Contemporary Literacy Criticism, Wilson Biographies, Grolier (Americana and Multimedia), FirstSearch, Social Issues Research Series, IAC Business, Novelist, Gale Research (What Do I Read Next?), Mississippi Code and Readers Advisory. Other online resources can be found in our Links section.

The Mississippi Library Commission launched a new digital collection site entitled Mississippi Library Commission Digital Collection. This resource contains the State Documents Digital Collection created to provide full text, searchable access to state government publications issued for public distribution. It can be accessed at: http://cdm16290.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/

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