Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Library of Congress temporarily shut down

Because the US Congress failed to pass an appropriations bill on September 30, government offices and services that are deemed nonessential have shut down. Library of Congress buildings are closed to the public, and its website is inaccessible, except for, and Cataloger’s Desktop. However, the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine still offers access to LC and other agencies before their websites went dark.

The Tarleton Library is still open, however, so please stop by, call, email us, tweet, or contact us through Facebook if you have any questions or need help locating resources!

Phone: 254.968.9249

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