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The North Dakota State Library provides access to information to the people of the State. It is characterized by state-of-the-art information services to state agencies, libraries, and the general public.

The Library was established in 1907 as the Public Library Commission, which occupied a single room in the State Capitol. The Library changed its name to the State Library Commission in 1909 and it occupied the Liberty Memorial Building on the Capitol Grounds until 1970 before moving to the Randal Building. In 1979, it changed its name to the North Dakota State Library. It returned to the Liberty Memorial Building in 1982.

The North Dakota State Library collection highlights materials about North Dakota, its people, and materials that were produced by the people of North Dakota.
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