Indiana State Library
The Indiana Historical State Agency Documents is a special collection of historical state agency publications. The Indiana State Library has state publications that span the 19th century to today. In order to preserve the older materials and make them easier for the general public to access and study, digitized copies are made available in this collection. For the purposes of this collection, our definition of “state agency” includes departments, boards, bureaus, commissions, councils, and committees that carry out various functions of the Executive Branch of Indiana state government. This collection will continue to grow and as materials from the Indiana Division’s print collection are digitized and added periodically.
The digitized Documentary Journals were a result of a partnership of the Indiana State Library and the LYRASIS Mass Digitization Project made possible with funding from the Sloan Foundation and LSTA, which can be viewed through Internet Archive.
Researchers can access the Year Books for the State of Indiana, 1917-1950, through the Indiana University Digital Library.