These are the best starting places to locate spectra for your compound. You will find more spectroscopy resources, including print collections (like Aldrich) and online textbooks, on the Spectra guide.
Key Databases for Locating Spectra
Use the "Substance Identifier" option to search for your chemical, then from the substance (CAS Registry) record, look for the Experimental Spectra list. A "See Spectrum" link means the spectrum is available. Otherwise you will be directed to an article where you'll find the spectrum and/or numeric data. First-time users will need to register for a SciFinder account.
There are no actual spectra, but you will get references to journal articles where you will find the spectrum and/or numeric information (peaks, shifts, etc).