In Bobst Library, official UN documents are arranged by official document symbols, which consist of a combination of letters and numbers with each element separated from the next by a stroke (/). For example: A/52/100 is a General Assembly document from the fifty-second session. For more information on how to read official documents symbols go to the UN Documents Research Guide.
No. There is a certain amount of uncatalogued material that is physically present in the collection. Users may go up to the collection to search for an item if they are not finding it in Bobcat.