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Celebrate National Library Week
Browse Senate Art Publications

National Library Week, the third week in April, is an opportunity to celebrate libraries. The reference section of Senate.gov was created by librarians, and it provides guides to help you find U.S. Senate information. The Senate Art and Historic Spaces bibliography provides descriptions of publications created by the Office of Senate Curator.

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Old Senate Chamber Pamphlet
Room Histories
Vice Presidential Bust Collection Pamphlet
Special Collections

The reference section also provides links to statistics and lists about the Senate; an organizational chart; a glossary; and the Virtual Reference Desk, which serves as an index to the Senate website.

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Senate Historical Office

Historical information provided by the Senate Historical Office.

Senate's Institutional History

It was up to the first Senate in 1789 to organize, establish its rules, and set precedents that would govern its actions in years to come, evolving into a complex legislative body.