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==Building==
The Library of Michigan building is the nation's second-largest state library building,{{fact}} which at 5 stories contains over 3.2 million different items that take up over 27 miles of shelves. Opened in 1989, the Library of Michigan building also contains one of the ten largest [[genealogical]] collections in the [[United States]]. Another feature is a [[Michigan]] collection containing legal materials that date back centuries.<ref>2006 Greater Lansing Visitors Guide, page 14</ref> Other features of the library and historical center include the Michigan Historical Museum, the [[Archives]] of Michigan, and newspapers on microfilm from papers all over the state. Also the State [[Law Library]] moved to the building in the summer of 2007.
 
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