UNT Eagle Commons Library Shows Gov Docs Are Important and Fun

Eagle Commons Library, University of North Texas Libraries

If you’re interested in local, state, and federal history, you’re in luck! UNT Eagle Commons Library will have a booth at the DFW Archives Bazaar to share their Government Documents Collections.

The UNT Libraries were designated a federal depository library in 1948. The Government Documents collection, located in UNT Eagle Commons Library serves the 26th Congressional District of Texas, which includes Denton County and parts of Cooke, Dallas, and Tarrant Counties. Strengths of their federal documents collection include education, geographic and environmental resources, health care, military history, statistics, public policy, and law. The collection also includes Texas state publications and a diverse selection of maps and posters.

Visit their booth at the DFW Archives Bazaar at Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park on Sunday, October 14, 2018 from 1-5pm.

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