How can I identify and locate publisher addresses for books and/or journals?
Local libraries have specialized reference sources in their collections which identify the addresses of publishers. Speak with your local librarian for specific sources. Back to Questions • Can I buy a book from the Library of Congress? The Library of Congress does not sell books from its collections. See your local librarian or a book dealer in your area to find information on how to purchase books; or consult an online database with information on purchasing books, such as Bookfinder.com. The Library does photocopy materials from its collections within copyright guidelines; see above under question “20” for more information on photocopying materials. The Library’s sales shops sell Library of Congress publications and other items. Back to Questions • How do I obtain information on obtaining an ISBN or an ISSN? Information about ISBNs may be obtained from the R.R. Bowker Company, 630 Central Avenue, New Providence, NJ 07974. Tel: 877-310-7333 Fax: 908-665-2895. They also maintain an IS