- Reader Identification Card
- Library of Congress Online Catalog printouts with call numbers
- Citation Information (i.e., book, report, document or article titles, author name(s), key dates, bill numbers, Public Law numbers, document numbers, case names, case reporter citations, treaty numbers, etc.)
- Supreme Court Records & Briefs access is based on corresponding United States Reports citations (e.g., Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113), or for recent cases from the last two years, the docket number of a case (e.g., United States v. Georgia, No. 04-1203)
- One, five, ten or twenty dollar bills for purchasing a copy card
- Interlibrary loan slip with an accurate account number if your institution’s library has an account with the Library of Congress
- Flash drives or disks for copying materials from our microtext collection, legal databases or public access computer terminals.
Last Updated: 07/30/2012