Feinberg Library is part of the Federal Depository Library Program, selecting about 40% of the documents in the GPO Monthly catalog.
The library is also a depository for New York State and Canadian government documents.
US government documents are organized by Superintendent of Documents (SuDoc) number, not the Library of Congress classification system used in the rest of the library. The SuDoc number is made up of the issuing agency, sub agency, series and document title, and year.
New York and Canadian government documents are organized by agency.
All print government documents are housed in the glassed-in room on the 3rd floor of Feinberg Library. Each collection (United States, New York, and Canada) is shelved in its own section on the tall metal shelves.
Government microforms are located in the microfilm and microfiche cabinets on the 3rd floor to the right of the stairs, by the bathrooms. The collection includes:
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