Image Bill Clinton served as Arkansas Attorney General (1977-1979), the fortieth and forty-second governor of Arkansas (1979-1981, 1983-1992), and the forty-second president of the United States (1993-2001). This collaborative portal provides opportunities to research the political career of Bill Clinton and provide insights into the trajectory of President Clinton’s work on issues central to both his time in Arkansas and in the White House. Participating archival institutions CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum The CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies and the UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture are both located at the Bobby L. Roberts Library for Arkansas History & Arts in downtown Little Rock and within walking distance of the Presidential Library. Other relevant archival collections are also listed below. Archival Collections in Downtown Little Rock Image Butler Center for Arkansas Studies 401 President Clinton Ave. Little Rock, AR 72201 501.320.5700 CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies Researchers can access certain gubernatorial records at the Butler Center by viewing finding aids online and by visiting the Roberts Library. These collections from Governor Clinton’s time in office include: Audio subseries of the multimedia record group Economic Development Series Bill Kincaid Bob Nash Craig Smith Phil Price Education Series Ann Kamps Connie Dardin Don Ernst Education Team Gloria Cabe Kathy Van Laningham Paul Root Natural and Cultural Resources Series Cathryn Buford Jeanne Jackson Julie McDonald Cabe Kay Kelley Kenneth L. Smith Paul Levy In addition to the gubernatorial papers, the CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies houses the Arkansas Constitutional Convention collection. Researchers can also view the CALS Butler Center for Arkansas Studies' detailed descriptions of these collections on Governor Clinton. Image UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture 407 President Clinton Ave, Ste 202 Little Rock, AR 72201 501.320.5780 UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture The UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture provides both online finding aids for onsite research at the Roberts Library and online digitized content on the political career of Bill Clinton; collections include: Advocates for Battered Women records, 1972-1985 Arkansas Constitutional Convention records 1979-1980 Beth Cathey papers, 1917-1988 CAHC PAMPHLET 05051 Doug Wallace papers, 1971-1978 Dr. William H. Townsend papers, 1962-2005 Ed Fry papers, 1956-2012 ERArkansas papers, 1971-2007, Bulk 1971-1985 Frank White papers, 1962-2003, Bulk 1980-1983 Hugh B. Patterson, Jr., papers, 1657-1998 James Guy Tucker, Jr., papers Jon Kennedy cartoon collections, 1935-1988 National Dunbar Alumni Association historical collection, 1880-2016 Political handbill and letter collection, 1906-1990 William M. Shepherd papers, 1846-2018, Bulk 1930-1970 Winthrop Paul Rockefeller papers, 1888-2006, Bulk 1996-2005 Researchers can also view the UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture's detailed descriptions of these collections on the political career of Bill Clinton. Image William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum 1200 President Clinton Ave. Little Rock, AR 72201 501.244.2877 William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum Researchers can access digitized materials on President Clinton through the Clinton Digital Library. Researchers can also visit the Clinton Presidential Library to access released collections that are not available online. The digital library exhibits listed below match archival collections from the Butler Center’s gubernatorial collections with material from the Presidential Library on the following shared themes: economic development, education reform, and the environment. Economic Inclusion in the Clinton Administration Education Reform - Invest More, Demand More White House Green Building: An Exhibit on Sustainability Please note that the Clinton Presidential Library has very few records or artifacts from President Clinton's service as Governor of the State of Arkansas. Other Relevant Archival Collections William Jefferson Clinton History Project This is a project of the Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History at the University of Arkansas and the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia. Transcriptions of these oral history interviews are available online.