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Copies of actual forms and documents in Word format are provided to help users with their legal needs – whether for business, personal or litigation purposes. Continuously updated to reflect current state laws, Gale Legal Forms also includes a law digest, legal questions and answers and an attorney directory.
The entire run of America’s premier newspaper is now available to you anytime. New York Times Historical features every issue of the “paper of record” from 1851 to 2001, fully searchable and browsable. Get the context of major events in our history by taking a look at articles on the full page. Come check out all the news that’s been fit to print for over 150 years.
Discover the history of Ann Arbor through 6000 pages of historical texts and over 800 images. This partnership between the AADL, the University of Michigan University Library and the Bentley Historical Library also includes collections of postcards, historic buildings, and maps of early Ann Arbor.