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16 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 2, 19

998 FRIDAY FOCUS
IN NEED OF AN OBSCURE CRIME NOVEL FROM
THE I 700s? TRYING TO FIND A RARE
PHOTOGRAPH FROM THE DAYS OF THE WILD
WEST TO ADD A FINISHING TOUCH TO
YOUR RESEARCH PROJECT? YOU CAN ...
Trav¢Ithr uh
LOUIS BROWN/Daily H.tr
in the reading room of

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Alex Hovan, an LSA senior, works on research1
the Clements Library yesterday.

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want to do," he added. 4 p.m. in the main exhibition hall of the
Open free of charge to all researchers, both the library and are open to the public with
Bentley and Clements libraries do not circulate refreshments afterwards.
their collections. More information can be found at the
More information about the Clements library's Website located
Bentley Historical library can be at http://wwwclements.umich.edu.
found at http://www.umich.edu/-bhl
Why do students use these
libraries?
For many students looking for
original sources of U.S. history mate-
rials, the Clements and Bentley
libraries are an invaluable source in
order to find material not otherwise
available in scholarly research books

LOUIS BROWN/Daiy
This original painting by Benjamin West, titled The Death of General Wolfe, is located in the main exhibition hall of
the Ciements Library. It also can be found in many history books.

BY DAILY STAFF REPORTER ADAM ZUWERINK

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