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|Culinary Arts Collection|
|Critical Companions to Popular Contemporary Writers|
|Criminal Justice Collection|
|County and Regional Histories & Atlases: California, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin|
|Contemporary World Music|
|Contemporary Literary Criticism Select|
|Consumer Health Complete|
|Confederate Newspapers: A Collection from Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia and Alabama|
|Communications & Mass Media Collection|
|Columbia Granger's World of Poetry|
|Colonial State Papers|
|College Center from Tutor.com|
|Classical Scores Library|
|Classical Music Reference Library|
|Classical Music Library|
|Classical Music in Video|
|Civil War Service Reports of Union Army Generals|
|Civil War in Words and Deeds|
|Civil War Era|
|Christian Science Monitor|
|Children's Literature Comprehensive Database|
|Children's Core Collection|
|Career Center from Tutor.com|
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