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The William J. Clinton Library is the repository for records created by the Clinton Administration from 1993-2001. The Clinton Library is open to everyone. Research may be conducted online and also on-site in the Clinton Library research room. Research inquiries can be made by mail, e-mail, telephone, or fax.

The research rooms will be closed for staff training all day September 22-23.

RESEARCH COLLECTIONSResearch Collections
Finding Aids of detailed descriptions of the collections.  Browse by topic or title of collection.
AUDIO VISUAL COLLECTIONS Audio Visual Collections Photos, video, and audio recordings. Information about reproductions, requests, and access to the collections.
Digital LibraryDIGITAL LIBRARY
Entire research collections, selected key documents, digitized videos, audio recordings and photographs.
Public Papers of President ClintonPUBLIC PAPERS OF PRESIDENT CLINTON President Clinton’s writings, addresses, and speeches. You will be leaving the Clinton Library website.
Video GalleryVIDEO GALLERY
Videos of President Clinton from 1993-2000 giving speeches, signing bills, in presidential debates, inaugurations, and more.
Photo GalleriesPHOTO GALLERIES
Photos of the Clinton family and official Clinton Administration photos.
Archived Clinton Administration WebsitesARCHIVED CLINTON ADMIN WEBSITES Archived versions of the first websites created by the Clinton Administration. Five different versions, from 1993-2001. Archived White House Virtual LibraryARCHIVED WHITE HOUSE VIRTUAL LIBRARY White House documents, Executive Orders, press briefings, & radio addresses originally published on Clinton Administration websites.
Freedom of Information Act Requests FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (FOIA) Learn about and submit a FOIA request online for records not yet released for research. Research GuideRESEARCH GUIDE
Plan a research visit, find information about requesting records, photocopies, and citing resources.


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