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The Wirtz Labor Library


Wirtz Labor Library Orientation

Stamp collageCome explore the Wirtz Labor Library! Orientations will take place the fourth Tuesday of every month at 10 a.m.

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The U.S. Department of Labor Library provides members of the general public as well as Department of Labor employees with access to both historically significant and current resources pertaining to labor. Library users can access labor related resources via the World Wide Web or by visiting the library located in Washington DC.

Through the Wirtz Labor Library you can search the Library's Online Catalog for materials housed in the library, search and browse the Digital Library to locate Department of Labor publications in digital format, and view Online Bibliographies on such subjects as Labor Day, Immigration, Asian Pacific Heritage, and Women's History. As a participant in the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), members of the general public as well as federal employees can find documents published by the United States Government free of charge in the Wirtz Labor Library.


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