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A Selection of 'funny, interesting, unusual or quirky government documents'
State-of-the-art dummy selection. by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Call Number: TD 8.2:D 89/5/v.1
available in UCF U.S. Documents Collection
Dave Morrison at the University of Utah solicited suggestions in April 2013 from the GOVDOC-L community for 'funny, interesting, unusual or quirky government documents'. In addition to the web lists identifed above, these are some of the titles folks submitted:
"Who Are the Zombie Masters and What Do They Want?" by Government of Ontario
A 1994 discussion paper prepared for the Premier's Council on Health, Well-Being and Social Justice.
"This clearinghouse was established to assist federal depository library staff in creating intriguing and eye-catching displays for promoting government documents collections. A number of displays submitted to us from around the U.S. have been incorporated into this site. This enables others to view displays on numerous topics, as well as the sources used to create them.
You can find an alphabetical Subject List of displays which were featured at various libraries. Simply click on the desired topic to view the photos and source list from the respective library."