Business Reference Services (Science, Technology & Business Division, Library of Congress)


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About Business Reference

The Collections

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Business & Economics Research Advisor

Above:
Charles H. Dow, a founder of Dow Jones & Co.
From the Prints & Photographs Division
Library of Congress
Reproduction Number: LC-USZC2-5907


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Business Reference Services is the starting point for
conducting research at the Library of Congress in the subject areas
of business and economics. Here, reference specialists in specific
subject areas of business assist patrons in formulating search strategies
and gaining access to the information and materials contained in the
Library’s rich collections of business and economics materials.

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