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About Microform

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Microforms are scaled-down reproductions of documents, often newspapers and journals. They are usually in the form of a microfilm reel or microfiche, which is a flat film sheet. Microforms help the library save space when archiving lesser-used resources. Microform reading machines magnify these scaled-down reproductions, and allow you to make copies. 

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