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For information regarding the types of assistance we can offer please see our Research Reference Policies.

The Geography and Map Division will respond to requests that cannot be answered by a library in the inquirer's locality. It is not possible, however, to undertake extensive research projects or to assist students in preparing bibliographies, term papers, or other academic assignments. We will respond to inquiries received through the following points of contact, although we are only able to do limited research for inquiries made via the telephone.

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Geography and Map Division
101 Independence Avenue, SE
Washington, D.C. 20540-4650
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Phone: 202-707-6277 (MAPS)
Fax: 202-707-8531
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