For State Agencies
The State Library of Pennsylvania is the
library at the center of Pennsylvania government and serves the information
needs of the members of the General Assembly, state employees, and the
judiciary. The library offers a wide
range of services which include research assistance, access to a variety of
online resources and workshops that teach research skills.
The goal of the State Library is to be a
repository of the written word of Pennsylvania. The library collects and
preserves U.S. and Pennsylvania government documents; laws and regulations;
other materials pertaining to Pennsylvania; and books that cover various
subjects. Agencies should deposit with the State Library documents produced for
the general public.
Have a question about our services and collections?
We encourage you to call the State Library’s Reference Desk at 717-783-5950 (General) or 717-787-3273
(Law/Government Publications) or Email the State Library using the online Reference Form.