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United States Federal Documents Collections in the State Library

Description of the federal documents in the State Library's Collections

Overview of the Collections

The State Library of Massachusetts has participated in the Federal Depository Library Program for over 100 years. This program, established by U.S. Congress and administered through the Government Printing Office, provides the public with free access to government publications.

As a selective depository, the Library's federal documents collection reflects the general subject strengths of our overall collection and contains numerous documents in areas such as the Census, U.S. Congress, the Justice Department, and laws and regulations, as well as other information.

The library's holdings include:

 

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