The initial release of the product, part 1, covers 1789-1932 while part 2 covers 1933-1939 (in 2 parts), and part 3 is 1940-45.
For research involving early Federal documents, the Checklist of Public Documents, 1789-1909 has been known as an indispensable and authoritative resource. Popularly known as the 1909 Checklist, it was the only systematic effort to provide a complete listing of all documents published by the U.S. Government in its first 120 years. Despite the importance of the documents listed in the Checklist, the contents have been inaccessible to most researchers due to the lack of a subject index. In is also rare to find a complete collection of the Checklist documents at any single institution. In addition, we have expanded this effort to include documents from 1910-1932.
Now the Executive Branch Documents collection (items not printed in the U.S. Serial Set) provides the solution - this product presents a complete annotated bibliography and full text of all Executive Branch Documents listed in the Checklist, indexed by subjects, names, agency report numbers, and SuDocs Classification.
The Executive Branch Documents collection targets the entire range of executive branch publications listed in the authoritative 1909 Checklist
Link listed here is a bookmark into a specific document type on the Advanced Search menu in Congressional.
The search box for the Executive Branch Documents is included in the ProQuest Congressional interface (see arrow at the bottom of the list) so that the legislative and executive branch publications may be searched together, or separately.