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Great Depression and New Deal: A General Resource Guide

Print Resources and Search Tips

The print materials listed below link to fuller bibliographic information from the Library of Congress Online Catalog. Links for additional online content are provided when available.

Selected Books

Searching the Library of Congress Online Catalog

Using the browse function in the Library of Congress Online Catalog, you will be able to identify more books on the Great Depression and New Deal in the United States by subject. Contact your local library for help finding copies at a library near you. Select any of the subject headings linked below to browse that topic in the online catalog.

For additional help with searching the Library's online catalog, see: Search/Browse Help.

Manuscript Collection Finding Aids

Finding aids are sometimes called inventories or registers for archival manuscript collections. They are guides created by division archivists in the course of processing a collection. They rarely describe every item individually but rather embody the archival view of a manuscript collection as groups of related documents that are arranged and analyzed collectively in an effort to preserve their context and reflect their provenance and the relationship between items.

Search across the manuscript collection finding aids, or browse subject headings associated with collections, such as:

Materials at other Libraries: WorldCat