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Unless otherwise specified, all of the call numbers refer to items which can be retrieved on the Lower Level of the Science, Industry and Business Library. (*R precedes Library of Congress call numbers, which are on items on the Open Reference Shelves of the Lower Level or at the McGraw Desk).

The New York Public Library, as a federal depository library, receives United States Prints in a variety of formats. Please consult the indexes before trying to locate the text.

Indexes and Sources

Title Call Number
CIS Annual *R KF 49.C5726 (1970-)
Congressional Universe Database (Electronic Information Center and Cullman Reading Room) (1970-)
CIS U.S. Congressional Committee Prints Index *R Z 1223.Z7C66 (earliest years to 1969)
Congressional Index *R KF 49.C6 (latest);
JBL 93-201 (1945/46-)
American Statistics Index *R Z 7554.U5.A46 (latest at McGraw Desk);
*XLF-440 (1986 - ) main work on microfiche
Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications *R Z 1223.U58M (1893/95-)
Monthly Catalog (SilverPlatter) Database (Electronic Information Center and Cullman Reading Room) (July 1976-)
Monthly Catalog on the World Wide Web Monthly Catalog (1994-)
Major Studies and Issue Briefs of the Congressional Research Service. Cumulative Index *R JK 1108 .M34 (1916-1980);
*ZT-1079 microfilm collection and supplements

Location (Text)

Dates Call Number
Until the mid-1970s many were individually cataloged. Check G.K.Hall Catalog of Government Publications and/or CATNYP
1830-1969 *XLF-414 microfiche
1953/56-1990 Readex Microprint/Microfiche (need Monthly Catalog accession Number)
Early 1980s - Government Printing Office(GPO) microfiche (need Government Superintendent of Documents Number)
1991- Readex Microfiche (need Government Superintendent of Documents Number)
Current and Previous Congress Paper Format (need Government Superintendent of Documents Number)

Web Site

Congressional Committee Prints - GPO Access (1997/98-Current Congress)