Highlights from the Archive
View the most recent featured documents from the Clinton Digital Library.
Current Temporary Exhibit
Washed Ashore – Art to Save the Sea opened to the public on April 27th. This dynamic exhibit featuring 20 giant, breathtaking sea life sculptures. The sculptures are made entirely of marine debris collection from beaches to graphically, yet beautifully, illustrate the toll pollution takes on our oceans and waterways. The exhibit runs through October 27th. To learn … (read more…)
Archived White House Websites
“The first White House Web Site was developed in 1994, during the Clinton Administration. The then White House took snap shots of each version. These versions are historical materials, frozen in time, which means that they are no longer updated and links to other sites will not work. Some images were not provided to the National Archives and Records Administration and may appear as broken images or links.”
View the “Clinton White House Archived Websites” Collection here.
News and Events
On September 3, 2019, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was interviewed by Nina Totenburg (American legal affairs correspondent for National Public Radio) at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock, Arkansas. The program was part of the … (read more…)
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