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If your question is answerable with internet or digital resources we will respond with the information via email and provide links or PDF attachments. Some questions can only be answered by photocopying or lending materials and sending them via mail. In that case, we will contact you to go over our policy for sending print materials to remote patrons.

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We appreciate your phone number and mailing address for those situations when our response comes back as undeliverable. Help ensure that you get an answer to your question by filling in all the information. Thank you.

CLOSURES

The library will be closed on Wednesday, November 25 through Friday, November 27 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Although COVID-19 prevents us from serving you face-to-face right now, our services are still available. Staff will respond to requests made through the library’s reference form on this page during normal business hours. Please note that the State House and Library are not open to visitors at this time.

While using the form on this page is greatly preferred and will allow us to respond as quickly as possible, the library will have limited access to voicemail for the library's main line (207-287-1600). If you decide to leave a voicemail, please leave your name and email address to which we can respond. If you do not have an email address, please leave your phone number. Our responses by phone will be delayed.

Any requests that require the use the physical resources within the library will be delayed.

 

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Please keep in mind that we are not attorneys and cannot give legal advice, interpret or explain statutes, or describe how a particular statute would apply to your situation or question. Phrase your question as clearly and completely as possible, using any important keywords that might aid our research. We are not subject specialists and may know little about your topic. If your question is unclear or incomplete a reference librarian will need to contact you for more information. Patron records are confidential as outlined in 27 MRSA 121.


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Updated 11/24/2020