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Government Documents  

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The Central Library of the Enoch Pratt Free Library / State Library Resource Center manages the State Publications Depository and Distribution Program, as mandated by the Annotated Code of Maryland, Education Article, 23-301. We collect documents from all State agencies covering subjects of interest to consumers and researchers alike.

For access to electronic state publications and additional information on the State Publications Depository and Distribution Program, visit the Maryland State Documents website. Print publications are located in the Maryland Department at the Central Library.

 

U. S. Government Documents

Logo for FDLPIn 1887, the Enoch Pratt Free Library was designated a Federal Depository Library for the Seventh Congressional District. As a designated selective federal depository, the Library’s mission is to provide free and ready access to government publications to the general public, who live, work and study in the City of Baltimore, surrounding counties, and the State of Maryland. The Documents Unit supports this mission by managing the acquisition of federal documents and by providing reference assistance. Learn more 

 

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