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The Office of the First Lady, Hillary Rodham Clinton

Collections digitized and made available from the Office of the First Lady include her daily schedules, records from her Press Office, as well as subject files from one of her staffer's files. The daily schedules have been organized by month and year, and the Press and Subject files have been digitized by folder and organized alphabetically there under.

These are not all of the records created in the First Lady's Office. There are many more collections concerning the First Lady and her Office open for research, their collection descriptions are available here. The collection descriptions, referred to as finding aids describe the content of a collection as well as provide a box and folder title inventory. 

Digital Collections: 

FLOTUS Press Office
First Lady’s Press Office
The collection contains articles, press releases, statements, speeches, and interviews of the First Lady on topics such as topics such as health care, women’s rights, the Millennium Council, and Hillary Clinton’s 2000 Senate campaign. These records come from files of Lissa Muscatine.

FLOTUS Schedules
First Lady's Work on Children’s Issues and Women’s Rights
This collection contains records on the work of the First Lady in relation to the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women, Vital Voices, Beijing +5, and the Early Childhood Development Conference.
FLOTUS Schedules
Schedules for the First Lady
The daily schedules of the First Lady’s document meetings, trips, speaking engagements and social activities for the eight years of the Clinton Administration. These records come from the staffer Patti Solis Doyle's files.
FLOTUS Subject Files Subject Files of the First Lady - Ruby Shamir
Ruby Shamir's Subject Files contains materials relating to domestic policy topics, especially on children’s issues such as health, education, child care and youth violence.

Subject Files of the First Lady - Neera Tanden
Neera Tanden's Subject Files contain materials relating to child care, education and literacy, health reform, Title IX, national service, and youth issues such as after school activities, teen pregnancy, and violence.

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