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House and Senate Reports: Reports of congressional committees concerning proposed legislation and/or contain findings on matters under investigation.
Senate Executive Reports: Reports of the Committee on Foreign Relations relating to treaties between the United States and foreign nations which have been submitted to the U.S. Senate for ratification, or reports of various Senate committees regarding nomination of individuals."(GPO: About Congressional Reports)
|Years covered||Catalog Records/Location Information|
|1789 - 1817 (1st - 14th Cong.) in
American State Papers
|1789 - 1860/61, check volumes for dates.||
Compiled from American State Papers, the U.S. Serial Set, and other sources.The new American state papers: agriculture
|1817 - 1979
Shelved in Rare/Annex, Request volumes in advance.
|United States Serial Set
1980 - 2013
Shelved on Olin Library Lower Level, Government Documents section.
|1956 - 2008||Readex US Government Documents Microfiche|
|Our printed Serial Set holdings are not complete. See United States Serial Set in John M. Olin Library, OLIN REF Z1223 A16 C74+ (2 vols.) for a shelf inventory list compiled in 1991.|