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1. The Universe of Federal Government Information

2. Depository Libraries

3. SuDoc numbers

4. Federal Document Shelflist

5. The NCSU Libraries on-line catalog

6. Monthly Catalog

7. Monthly Catalog cumulative indexes

8. 1909 Checklist

9. CIS

10. Other Congressional Sources

11. Specialized Indexes

12. Patents and Trademarks

13. Periodical Indexes

14. Web sites


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Monthly Catalog cumulative indexes

GPO staff produced the five- and ten-year Monthly Catalog cumulative indexes noted above.  Private individuals have compiled a number of additional significant multi-year cumulations for the Monthly Catalog.

All of these titles are available in the Reference - U.S. Docs collection in the second floor bookstacks, north, overlooking Hillsborough Street.

Subject

Cumulative Subject Index to the Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications, 1900 - 1971, 14 volumes, Carrollton Press, 1973-1975.
References are to Monthly Catalog entry numbers so you must use that bibliography in order to determine a document's SuDoc number.
Title
Cumulative Title Index to United States Public Documents, 1789 - 1976, 16 volumes, U.S. Historical Documents Institute, 1979-1982.
References are to SuDoc numbers so you may bypass the Monthly Catalog lookup.
Author
United States Government Publications Monthly Catalog Decennial / Quinquennial Cumulative Personal Author Index, Pierian Press (1941-1950, 1951-1960, 1961-1965, 1966-1970, 1971-1975)
References are to Monthly Catalog entry numbers so you must use that bibliography in order to determine a document's SuDoc number.

Author Index (With Titles) to Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications, 1947 - 1962 / compiled by Mary Elizabeth Poole, University Microfilms, 1970.
Mary Elizabeth Poole was the documents librarian at North Carolina State University for many years.  References are to Monthly Catalog entry numbers so you must use the bibliography in order to determine a document's SuDoc number.

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