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United Nations

Find Government Documents

 

To locate publications and documents in the Government Documents Collection:

  • Recent and current federal government documents may be found in the ASU Library Online Catalog
  • Materials will have a HAYDEN US DOCUMENTS location in one of the following formats:  print, online, microfiche, CD/DVD, etc., depending on the agency and/or date published
  • Many Federal documents in our collection, prior to 1976, can not be searched through our Online Catalog.  It is possible to identify these documents using other resources, including: 

Once identified, these publications can be searched for in our physical collection.

About the Government Documents Collection

Location: Hayden Library, Level 3

Reference hours (In-person, telephone):

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday

480-965-3387

Email Reference via GovDoc-Info

The Government Documents Collection is comprised of three collections:

The Federal Documents Collection

The Arizona State and Local Government Collection

The United Nations Collection

This library is a congressionally designated depository for U.S. government documents. Public access to the government documents collection is guaranteed by public law (Title 44 United States Code).

This Library Guide is modeled on the great work done by Gwen Sinclair and the folks at the University of Hawa'ii at Manoa Libraries.

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