All indexes are shelved in the MDRL in the Microform Guide section.
CIS US Serial Set Index. Washington: Congressional Information Service, 1975. KF 49 .C6 C7
The United States Congressional Serial Set consists of Congressional publications along with a variety of other documents. Annual reports from government agencies, accounts of explorations (Lewis and Clark), beautiful maps and pictures, statistics, and an incredible mix of other publications all make an appearance in the Serial Set. A good rule of thumb is that when you have exhausted all other resources, check the Serial Set!
The Serial Set began in 1817 and is made up primarily of the following types of documents:
The predecessor to the Serial Set is the American State Papers (1789-1838) which is divided into the following topics:
The Libraries have paper copies of the Serial Set from 1789-1997. To use these, please ask at the Reference Desk or the MDRL Service Desk.