Vassar has been a Federal Depository Library for selected U.S. Government documents since 1943 and currently receives approximately 25% of the titles available in print through the Federal Depository Program.
Most publications are added to the "Documents Collection," arranged by Superintendent of Documents (Su Doc) classification numbers. Some are in the Main Library collection (Library of Congress call numbers) An increasing number are available electronically.
Use databases listed in this guide under the "Current Documents" and "Historical Documents" tabs, and the library's online catalog to identify documents. See the box on the right for document locations -->
U.S. documents at Vassar are available to the public.
As a Federal Depository Library we receive copies of many US government documents and make them available in our collections. For online documents we make links available in the catalog record. Tip: search "United States" as the author
HathiTrust is a shared digital repository that brings together the collections (including the US government documents collections) of many research libraries. HathiTrust is the best place to search for government reports published prior to 1923.