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First [African-American] Senator and Representatives in the 41st and 42nd Congress of the United States

[The First [African-American] Senator and Representatives in the 41st and 42nd Congress of the United States]
Currier & Ives lithograph, 1872.
Prints and Photographs Division.
Reproduction Number:
LC-DIG-ppmsca-17564

Finding Congressional Committee Reports Online:

Online/Subscription – On site use only Online/Free – Access Anywhere

Finding Congressional Committee Reports on Microform:

  • Congressional Information Service (CIS) Index
    KF49 .C62
    Indexes available in LAW, MRR, N&CPRR
    Microfiche availble in: LAW
    LAW microfiche call number: (o) 91/10017 LL RR
    Coverage: 1970-

  • CIS Senate Executive Documents and Reports
    Z1223 .A3 1987a Ref Desk
    Indexes available in: LAW, MRR
    Microfiche available in: LAW LAW microfiche call number: 90/10007 (K)
    Coverage: 1817-1969

  • US Serial Set
    Full print set available in: LAW
    Print set call number: KF12 .U5 Index avilable in: MicRR
    Index call number: Z1223 .Z9 C65 1975
    Microfiche available in: MicRR, LAW
    MicRR microfiche call number: (o) 92/6224
    LAW microfiche call number:(o) 91/10016 RR
    Coverage: 1817-

  • Government Depository Collection
The Newspaper and Current Periodical Reading Room keeps the latest ten years of Congressional Committee Reports in print or on microfiche as part of the U.S. Federal Government Depository Collection.  A SuDoc number is necessary in order to request these.  GPO’s Catalog of U.S. Government Publications can help you find the SuDoc numbers.
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