The Mississippi State University Libraries are a part of Mississippi State University. Mississippi State University Libraries house over 2,053,064 volumes and a journal collection of 18,103 titles, including 6,148 electronic subscriptions. Also, an array of other resources is made available via the World Wide Web (WWW) and through other expanding information technology resources.
The Central Branch of Mississippi State Libraries is Mitchell Memorial Library.
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Steep towns, flat towns, even New York,
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Fishes in the flood,
And I must wax wod:
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For best of bone and blood.”
—Unknown. Fowls in the Frith. . .
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And the girl who played the piano?
Where are you, Walt?
The Open Road goes to the used-car lot.”
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