Wisconsin Blue Book
Published biennially, the Wisconsin Blue Book is a valuable source for information about the State of Wisconsin. First published in 1853 as a manual for legislators, the Blue Book has evolved into a useful tool for the state’s residents, as well as a historical record of Wisconsin state government. The Blue Book’s mission is to furnish the legislature and the public with information on state officers and governmental organization, along with statistical information and articles of general interest.
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The Wisconsin Document Depository Program is a statutorily mandated program (Wisconsin Statutes, Sections 35.81- 35.84) that requires Wisconsin state agencies to provide copies of their documents to preserve and make available a record of major state government programs. Documents are made available in two ways, at depository libraries and online through the Wisconsin Digital Archives.