State Agencies

The State Library supports state employees and legislative staff in the important work they do for the people of Kansas. Reference librarians are available to assist with research, locate and request materials from other libraries around the world, and track down information and data. Online resources are available to be used by state employees. State agencies can access digitized state documents from the Kansas Government Information Online Library.

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Need a book or article not found in the State Library collection? Ask about our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service. This allows state employees to obtain requested items from other libraries if they are not available at the State Library.

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Latest State Library Blog Posts

  1. Part 3-Annie Diggs: Original and Independent Thinker

    Annie Diggs: Original and Independent Thinker ...

  2. Part 1-Annie Diggs: Confidence in Advocacy

    In honor of former State Librarian, Annie Diggs' birthday... February 22, 1853... Annie Diggs: Confidence in Advocacy (Part 1 of a 3 part series of blogs and newspaper clippings on Kansas State Librarian, Annie L. Diggs) ...

  3. Part 2-Annie Diggs: Reformer and Advocate, 1879-1900

    Part 2-Annie Diggs: Reformer and Advocate, 1879-1900 ...

  4. 1920 Influenza Pandemic in Kansas

    1920 Influenza Levied a Heavy Toll in Kansas by Donna Casement (full newspaper articles cited here can be read by clicking on the link below) The United States looked to the year 1920 as a time to recover from the emotional and economic toll of the...

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