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What is the Government Documents collection?

Last Updated: Jan 08, 2014  |  117 Views

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The Library is a depository for U.S. Government documents. They are shelved in compact shelving on the 1st floor and arranged according to the official "SuDocs" classification. Our collections of Texas State documents and City of San Antonio documents are also shelved in this area. Use the Library Catalog, to find call numbers of government publications. Questions may be directed to the Reference Desk. In addition, useful lists of Internet sites may be located through our Government Information page.

Other depository libraries in San Antonio include:

Palo Alto College Library ................... 921-5087
San Antonio College Library ................. 733-2477
St. Mary's University Academic Library  ..... 431-3508
St. Mary's University Law Library ........... 436-3436
University of Texas at San Antonio Library .. 458-4573
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  1. I work for the San Antonio Public Library. We are no longer a Federal depository library are our collection is no longer available to the public. We'd therefore like to be removed off this Libanswer. You are welcome to email or call us for confirmation: 207-2500 (ask a Central Library Reference Supervisor to confirm).
    by Julia Selwyn on Jan 08, 2014.

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