5 edition of Shelflist of congressional committee hearings (not confidential in character) in the United States Senate Library from Seventy-fourth Congress (January ... Eighty-fifth Congress (January 3, 1959) found in the catalog.
Shelflist of congressional committee hearings (not confidential in character) in the United States Senate Library from Seventy-fourth Congress (January ... Eighty-fifth Congress (January 3, 1959)
by Greenwood Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||1108|
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Get this from a library. Shelflist of congressional committee hearings (not confidential in character) in the United States Senate Library from Seventy-fourth Congress (January 3, ) through Eighty-fifth Congress (January 3, ). [United States.
Congress. Senate. Library.]. Shelflist of congressional committee hearings (not confidential in character) in the United States Senate Library from Eighty-sixth Congress (January 7, ) through Ninety-first Congress (January 2, ) Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States.
Congress. Senate. Y 4. - Congressional Committee Publications. Congressional committee hearings and prints are classified under Y 4. Publications of the House, Senate, and Joint committees are all included as part of Y Shelflist of congressional committee hearings book.
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Shelflist of congressional committee hearings (not confidential in character) prior to January 3, in the United States Senate Library  United States. Congress. Shelflist of Congressional Committee Hearings (not Confidential in Character) in the United States Senate Library from Seventy-fourth Congress (January 3, ) Through Eighty-fifth Congress (January 3, ).
(Versión libro). The subjects of the Committee Prints vary greatly due to the different concerns and actions of each committee. Some basic categories of Congressional Committee Prints are: draft reports and bills, directories, statistical materials, investigative reports, historical reports, situational studies, confidential staff reports, hearings, and Author: Teri Taylor.
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Congressional Record, House, 6 Februarypp. Govt Doc X93/2:v pt. Available in HeinOnline and govinfo. Hearings conducted by the House Committee on the Judiciary between 1 May and 30 July Search ProQuest Congressional and/or HathiTrust. Hearings conducted by the House Committee on the Judiciary,Author: Barbara Levergood.
Indexes publications of the U.S. Congress such as hearings + (including previously unpublished hearings: Senate and House ), committee reports, documents and prints.
Material is available in microfiche and/or electronic. Essential tool for doing legislative history research. Following widely publicized allegations of security problems in the general book collections in the Thomas Jefferson Building late last year, I directed the Library's Inspector General to investigate the allegations, and I addressed these problems in an oversight hearing by the Joint Committee on the Library on Nov.
29, This is especially true for American material. All Congressional reports, documents, hearings, committee prints and available unpublished hearings are held in microfiche.
The Congressional Record, the Federal Register, the Code of Federal Regulations and pre Executive Documents are held in microform. Congressional Hearings (4x6 Microfiche) Retrieval is by Congress, session, Senate or House, volume and number.
Access is through printed indexes: Index of Congressional Committee Hearings (prior to Jan. 3, ) [REF]KFH34supplement [REF]KFT46, shelflist [REF]KFU49, Cumulative Index of Congressional Hearings, [REF]KF Example: L (L is the class number, is the individual book number.) In the class number, the first letter or letters denote the executive department or agency.
The following number up to the dot represents the issuing bureau, and the number after the dot is that assigned to a particular series of publications issued by that : Marie Concannon.
For Congressional publications, including the Congressional Record, prints, documents, reports, hearings and public laws, the CIS Annual is a more detailed index than the Monthly Catalog. The American Statistics Index or ASI indexes statistical information in federal government documents and is again a much more detailed index of governmental.
bill numbers. The Shelflist and Index are provided both on micro fiche and in full-size bound editions. This SUPPLEMENT to Greenwood's collection of Congressional Committee Hearings from the U.S.
Senate Library on microfiche is being prepared by Mr. Harold. Series^: Sixt^even titles $3, Series 2: Forty-one titles $1,JOO Testimony Before House, Senate, Joint, Select and Special Committees 41st Congress through 73rd Congress () This important microfiche collection is based on the Index of Congressional Committee Hearings (Not Confidential in Character) Prior to January 3, in.
congressional committee hearings index, 23rd - 91st congress, - This CIS index provides comprehensive index access to the subject matter and issues covered in all published hearings including bills and laws discussed, the federal agencies concerned, the witnesses who testified, and the organizations they represented.
Description: Index and abstract of Congressional hearings, reports, committee and documents since with some full text of Congressional testimony since Current editions of the United States Code (laws in force) and Code of Regulations (regulations in force), complete text of Federal Register sinceand Statutes at Large (new laws.
Full text of "Legislative branch appropriations for hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, Subcommittee on Legislative Appropriations" See other formats. Library Guides: Government Documents Policy and Procedure Guide: ReferenceAuthor: Marie Concannon.Mary Walker was active in the Central Women's Suffrage Bureau of Washington and made occasional appearances at Congressional hearings.
Inon a lecture tour of the Midwest, she participated in a Cincinnati suffrage convention attended by Lucy Stone and Susan B. Anthony, and in she made an unsuccessful effort to vote in Oswego Town.The project will also identify hearings that lack a bibliographic record in the CGP.
As of Dec. 1,the results of availability ranged from none of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce hearings to 94% of the House Ways and Means Committee hearings.