The State Library of Massachusetts holds the most complete collection of Massachusetts state publications in existence, dating to the inception of the Library in 1826, with some earlier materials also available. The Library’s collection includes legislative, executive, and judicial documents, as well as publications from commissions, authorities, and other agencies of Massachusetts government.

Many state documents are now published solely in electronic form, while many older documents have been digitized. The State Library permanently preserves and provides access to these resources through its electronic repository.

Some of the state documents in our collection include:

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This information is provided by The State Library of Massachusetts.

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