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Recently Published on - Serial Set Volumes from the 69th Congress

The Law Library of Congress and the Government Publishing Office continue to collaborate on the digitization of the United States Congressional Serial Set. The Law Library’s Digital Resources Division is excited to announce that the volumes of the Serial Set from the 69th Congress are now publicly accessible through both the Law Library’s digital collections and GovInfo. The entire Serial Set digitization project, which contains 15,580 volumes and approximately 12 million pages, is expected to last up to 10 years. This fall, 287 volumes will be available, including “Art and Artists of United States Capitol,” “Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the United States,” “The World War” volumes documenting the history of World War I, and a “National Wealth and Income” report by the Federal Trade Commission. Annual reports from various agencies and organizations were also published, including from the Government Printing Office (the former name of the Government Publishing Office), Public Health Service, Boy Scouts of America, Daughters of the American Revolution, and the Smithsonian Institution. Historical events, like the enforcement of Prohibition, are also detailed in this set of volumes.