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US Government Documents

US Government Documents is a digital collection of documents at the Internet Archive. This collection contains digital versions of over 50,000 United States Government documents. The contributors of this collection are Kahle/Austin Foundation, MSN and Omidyar Network.[1]

Sub-collections

9th Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals

This collection contains briefs of the 9th Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals beginning in 1892 and continuing until the present. These briefs are contained in the collection of the University of California Hastings College of the Law Library and are being scanned as part of the Law.gov effort. The number of items in this collection is over 3,000 items.[2]

Administrative Conference of the United States

This collection is related to the Administrative Conference of the United States and contains over 100 items.[3]

California Government Documents

This collection contains about 50 items.[4]

George Washington Carver and Tuskegee Weather Data

The documents of this collection from the NOAA Central library are voluntary meteorological observations taken at the Tuskegee Institute in, Tuskegee from November 1899 through June 1954. This collection contains over 600 items.[5]

Global Public Safety Codes

This collection contains global Edicts of Government, such as building, fire, electrical, and [6]

The VENONA Files

This collection contains over 3,000 items.[7]

United States Patents and Trademarks

This is a collection of patents and trademarks from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.[8]

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