--more than just books, the catalog points you to journals (*not* articles), e-resources, and other formats held or subscribed to by Duke.
Databases--index journals and other materials, often with the full text of articles included. Carefully selected and paid for by the Duke Libraries, they provide more reliable, scholarly information than you might find on the free Web.
Newspapers--several ways to access through Duke's subscriptions:
US Government Documents--how to identify and locate US documents from all branches, online and at Perkins Library
John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History & Culture
A special collection of manuscripts, news clippings, photos, and oral histories covering all aspects of life. Some narrators were active in civil rights, the Republican Party, and local politics.
Requesting a book from the Library Service Center (LSC):
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Printing and copying:
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Please note that the dispensing machine is on 1st floor Perkins..
We regret that due to your short stay here we cannot offer interlibrary loan services.