Resources on Other Websites
William J. Clinton Presidential Library is the 12th Presidential Library administered by the National Archives and Records Administration and is located in Little Rock, Arkansas. It preserves the documents and artifacts from the Clinton Administration, and provides insight into the times in which President Clinton served the nation.
Archived Clinton Administration Websites provide access to the White House websites (versions 1-5, 1995-2001) from the Clinton Administration.
White House Virtual Library is a searchable archive of White House documents from the Clinton Administration, including Executive Orders, press briefings, radio addresses and other White House publications released from January 20, 1993 through mid-January 2001.
George W. Bush Presidential Library is the 13th Presidential Library administered by the National Archives and Records Administration and is located in Dallas, Texas. It serves as a resource for the study of the life and career of President George W. Bush, the Presidency, American history, and issues of public policy.
The Archived Bush Administration Website provides access to press releases, speeches, news briefs, image galleries, policy information and children’s resources from the George W. Bush Administration.
Pre-Vice Presidency White House Records:
Barack Obama Presidential Library is the 14th presidential library administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. Currently Obama Presidential records and artifacts are housed in a temporary facility in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, which is not open to the public. The permanent Barack Obama Presidential Library will be located in Chicago, Illinois and is expected to open to the public in 2021.
The Archived Obama White House Websites and Social Media preserve the online presence of the Obama presidency from 2009-2017 and serve as an excellent resource for photographs, speeches, press releases, digital data, and other public domain records including Mrs. Obama’s Let’s Move! Initiative, the We the People Petitions, and the White House Data Catalog.
Donald J. Trump Presidential Library is the 15th presidential library administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. The National Archives will administer the records of the Trump administration (textual, electronic, audiovisual, and artifacts) which will remain at National Archives facilities in the National Capital Region. Questions regarding President Trump's plans for a Presidential Center or Museum should be directed to the Office of Donald J. Trump.
The Archived Trump White House Websites and Social Media preserve the online presence of the Trump presidency from 2017-2021 and serve as an excellent resource for photographs, speeches, press releases, digital data, and other public domain records including Mrs. Trump’s Be Best Initiative, the We the People Petitions, and Women's Global Development and Prosperity Initiative.
Public Papers of the President is the digital version of Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, from the Government Printing Office series, and includes the public papers and speeches given by Presidents Clinton and Bush.
Executive Orders provide access to the complete collections of executive orders signed by Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama.
The Presidential Timeline is an interactive digital resource that includes primary documents for key events in the life and administration of Presidents starting with Herbert Hoover.
The American Presidency Project is an initiative of the University of California – Santa Barbara, which has compiled over 88,000 documents related to the study of the Presidency, including proclamations, public addresses, executive orders and more.
The Miller Center of Public Affairs is a nonpartisan institute about the Presidency that includes American President: An Online Reference Resource, a collection featuring biographies, essays, speeches, photographs, oral histories, and videos about Presidential administrations.
GPO Access provides online access to official Federal resources from all three branches of the Federal Government published by the U.S. Government Printing Office.
THOMAS, Library of Congress is an online resource that contains Federal legislative information such as bills and resolutions, schedules and calendars, and the Congressional Record.