The exhibits tell a story of the Clinton Presidency. They feature the campaign, inauguration, and special policy sections that highlight the work of the President, including that of the First Lady and Vice President Al Gore. The exhibits are a historical walkway of the Clinton Presidency through photographs, video clips and countless artifacts. The permanent exhibits were designed by Ralph Applebaum Associates.
Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea
Open April 27 – October 27, 2019
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. To learn more visit www.washedashore.org.
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The Clinton Digital Library is a virtual research room and digital repository that provides free and open access to the digitized collections of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum to everyone, anywhere in the world. Whether you are a lover of history, a student working on a school project, or a scholar, the Clinton Digital Library allows you to keyword search for archival documents, videos, audio recordings, and photographs and to search, browse, and view whole files, just as you could if you came to the Library’s research room in-person. In addition, online exhibits highlight digitized materials related to a specific topic.
Over 100,000 items were given to President Clinton during his presidency from both American citizens as well as foreign citizens and heads of state. These gifts make up our artifact collection. To keep these items preserved for generations to come they are kept in a dark and cold storage area. Since most of the items will never be on exhibit, we are providing a sneak peek into the vaults to see the treasures within.
The Clinton Library’s loan program expands access to its archival and museum holdings and helps educate the public about the American national experience. As part of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), the Clinton Presidential Library follows NARA guidelines for loans.
Before submitting a formal request, borrowers should discuss costs and other likely requirements with staff at the Clinton Library. Sometimes another item from the holdings or a facsimile may be more appropriate. Send inquiries to the attention of the Curator at email@example.com.