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This guide is designed to approximate the experience of browsing the library shelves to see which documents are available in the UCSD Library's collection of print and online federal government documents. On a larger scale, these pages present a history of SuDocs call numbers assigned to federal agencies over the years.
Documents at UCSD Library
call numbers in blue indicate some holdings at the UCSD library
Important Note: the UCSD Library is migrating to a new catalog system in July 2021 and links on this guide will no longer be valid. I will slowly work through them to remove links, but will leave the font color as blue to indicate holdings at the Library.
Documents Not Available at UCSD Library
the UCSD Library does not have documents for any call number that is not hyperlinked; we may, however, be able to help you obtain relevant documents from other sources
many federal government publications, especially older volumes, have been digitized and may be found in the HathiTrust digital library
The call number listed is the beginning number for each agency, and all numbers following - until the next number on the master list - belong to that agency (e.g., all numbers between A 17.1 and A 18.1 belong to the National Agricultural Library).
Agencies may have been re-named or moved into a different parent department over the years, which may in turn lead to a change in call number assignment. When available, active years for each agency are provided to help identify name changes or instances of expired or re-organized agencies. The Alphabetical Agency List sorts all agencies on this guide by name rather than call number, which can also be helpful in tracking changes. For a more comprehensive detailing of agency changes over time, see the Guide to U.S. Government Publications (print volumes) available in Geisel Library.