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The phrase "the in-house Registers at the FHL" refers to unnumbered reference books on the Reference Shelves of the various floors of the FHL. Library staff can help a patron find the relevant "Register" that one might have an issue with.
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Latest revision as of 16:01, 5 July 2013

The phrase "the in-house Registers at the FHL" refers to unnumbered reference books on the Reference Shelves of the various floors of the FHL. Library staff can help a patron find the relevant "Register" that one might have an issue with.