Business Biographical Resources:
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General Biographical Resources:
The following items provide biographical information for people from a wide range of professions and/or are famous (infamous) for a variety of reasons.
Note: If the ASU Library don't have the book or journal article that you need, you may request the item via our Interlibrary Loan Service.
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