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Louisiana Public Document Depository Program

Louisiana law requires that state agencies submit copies of their publications to the Recorder of Documents, located within the State Library, for distribution to depository libraries throughout the state via the Louisiana Public Document Depository Program (PDDP).  Libraries participating in the depository program include Louisiana academic, public, and special libraries and the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.  For more information concerning Louisiana public documents and the depository program, please visit the links below.

Browse the State Library's online catalog for the bibliographic records of Louisiana public documents issued by the depository program.

Public documents in digital format are preserved in the Louisiana Digital Library.

List of Louisiana depository libraries organized alphabetically by city.

All Louisiana depositories receive these essential publications in either tangible or digital form.  This list is periodically updated.

Includes the claims form, monthly shipping lists, the Handbook for Depository Libraries, and the Louisiana Public Document Depository Program Plan.

Contains information for officials and other personnel with Louisiana state agencies and public institutions regarding their role as contributors to the depository program, including the Handbook for Agency Liaison Officers.

Contact Information:  Recorder of Documents Office, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (225) 342-4929.