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  • Federal Yellow Book (Latest in Ref Coll JK 6 .F45; 2003-recent in Smith JK 6 .F45)
    • Quarterly directory of the federal departments and agencies.
  • Federal Staff Directory (2000-2012 Smith JK 723 .E9 F44; 1986-1999  Annex JK 723 .E9 F44)
    • Defunct annual directory of Congressional staff.


  • State Yellow Book (Latest in Ref Coll JK 2403 .S77; 2002-recent in Smith JK 2403 .S77 )
    • Semiannual directory of the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the 50 state governments
  • Michigan Manual 


  • Federal-State Court Directory (Latest in Ref Coll KF 8700 .A19 F42; 2000-recent in Smith KF 8700 .A19 J835x)
    • Annual directory of federal and state courts.
  • Almanac of the Federal Judiciary (and VitalLaw)
    • Contains biographical information on currently-serving federal judges, as well as media coverage and anonymous lawyers' evaluations.
  • Judicial Yellow Book (Latest in Ref Coll KF 8700 .A19 J835x; 2007-recent in Smith KF 8700 .A19 F42)
    • Semiannual "who's who" in federal and state courts.

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