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CAFE Libraries
Fourteen public libraries in Waukesha County have joined together to provide a shared catalog. Visit this site to access any or all of their library catalogs, and don't miss the list of CAFE catalog FAQs.
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Carroll University Library
The collections at Todd Wehr Memorial Library are available for public use, but you must be a Carroll University student or faculty member to check items out.
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Library of Congress
View selected digital collections of the largest library in the world, featuring books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts, along with legislative information from the House of Representatives and the Senate.
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Resources for Libraries & Lifelong Learning (RL&LL)
Formerly the Wisconsin Reference and Loan Library, Resources for Libraries and Lifelong Learning, a team within the Department of Public Instruction, supports lifelong learning for Wisconsin residents. Visit their site to find information about special collections, WISCAT, AskAway, Badgerlink, Wisconsin government documents, and the Wisconsin Child Care Information Center. Many of their collections are accessible via interlibrary loan.
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UW - Waukesha Library
Wisconsin residents are welcome to use the Library at UW Waukesha. Persons 16 and older may apply to obtain a borrowers card to check out materials in the collection of the UW Colleges. Per campus policy, Wisconsin residents may use computers on campus; however, computer access may not be possible during high-use times of the day.
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Waukesha County Federated Library System
Sixteen public libraries make up WCFLS. You can access all of their Web pages, as well as useful Web links on a variety of topics, from this site.
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Waukesha County Historical Museum Research Center
The Research Center specializes in family and local history research for Waukesha County. Staff members are available to answer questions and guide you in your search. All Research Center materials are about Waukesha County and are for reference only (non-circulating).
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Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) Library
Any persons employed in Waukesha County may borrow materials from the WCTC Library. Individuals that are not students or WCTC employees but live or work in the WCTC District can apply for a special library card. The computer lab is available to the public
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Wisconsin State Law Library
The State Law Library is a public library and will provide legal reference services and research assistance in the library, by telephone, fax and email. They are not able to provide legal advice. Visit their "Legal Topics" page for lists of useful web resources to help with a variety of legal needs.
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Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library
The Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library provides Braille and recorded books and playback equipment for Wisconsin residents who, for any physical reason, cannot read normal print.
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