New sources for old Congressional Reports

The Congressional Reports entry contains every source I know for finding Congressional Reports, but there aren’t a lot of places to get old Congressional Reports online.  I just added two more — the Serial Set archive on Lexis (covering 1777-1969, including materials that pre-date the Serial Set) and the U.S. Serial Set page from the Library of Congress’ American Memory project (linking to selected Reports from the 23rd Congress of 1833-1835 through the 64th Congress of 1915-1917).

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