Treasury Library

We are located in the Freedman’s Bank Building.
The Treasury Library’s collection circulates to affiliates of Treasury’s Departmental Offices.  The Library is a designated federal depository library, and the public may request soft copies from the Library's government document collection.  
Discover depository libraries in your area using the Federal Library Directory from the Library of Congress FEDLINK.
Search the General Records of the Department of the Treasury at the National Archives.  
This library is a congressionally designated depository for U.S. Government documents. Public access to the government documents collection is guaranteed by public law. (Title 44 United States Code).
FDLP- Federal Depository Library Program


Partnership with the St. Louis Federal Reserve

The U.S. Department of the Treasury, in partnership with the St. Louis Federal Reserve, has recently digitized 452 volumes of press releases. The volumes consist of approximately 40,000 releases from 1916 to 2009. These documents provide an overview of America’s financial history from World War I to the Financial Crisis of 2007-09. The full FRASER collection for the Treasury includes statements and speeches from Treasury officials, data releases, policy documents, and more. The collection will continue to expand as the FRASER team works to capture “born-digital” Treasury releases from 2009 to the present.

Press Releases of the United States Department of the Treasury