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Kenyon College, a Federal Depository Library since 1873, holds a large collection of historical and current government documents which are freely provided to the public in a variety of formats.
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Finding Government Information in the Library

Search CONSORT for government documents, journals, CD-ROMs, electronic documents and more.  Not all documents in Kenyon's collection are cataloged. If another CONSORT institution has the document you're looking for, take the SuDocs number from the record and look for the publication on Kenyon's shelves.

Most government publications are classified according to the Superintendent of Documents (SuDocs) system and located on the first floor.


About Kenyon's Government Documents

Kenyon's library is a congressionally designated depository for U.S. Government documents. Public access to the government documents collection is guaranteed by public law. (Title 44 United States Code)

Kenyon College has been a Federal Depository Library since 1873 and has a large collection of historical and current government documents. As a depository library, we provide free public access to government information in a variety of formats: in print, microfiche, and CD-ROM, as well as electronically. Kenyon also collaborates on a variety of government documents projects as part of the Five Colleges of Ohio consortium.

Citing Government Information Sources


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