Answered By: Kate Britt Last Updated: Apr 20, 2018 Views: 3
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents began in 1965 and contains proclamations, executive orders, press releases, press conferences, messages to Congress, and speeches. Beginning January 20, 2009, these materials began being published as the Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents
- The Law Library's Weekly Compilation coverage is from 1965-2008 in paper and microfiche.
- HeinOnline Federal Register Library has the complete Weekly Compilations.
- The GPO FDsys Compilation of Presidential Documents dates back to 1993.
- Information about the FDsys Collection can be found on the National Archives website.
The Public Papers of the President is the annual compilation of the Weekly Compilation, with certain omissions.
- The Law Library's Public Papers coverage is from 1929-2012.
- Consult the CIS Index to Presidential Executive Orders & Proclamations from Washington - Reagan (Ref Coll KF70 .A55 1987)
- The University of Michigan Digital Library includes volumes covering Hoover through Clinton.
- The U.S. Government Publishing Office website posts the Public Papers of Bush 41 - Obama. (Browse Government Publications > "Collection" tab > "Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States)