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William J. Clinton Presidential Library [AK]

The William J. Clinton Presidential Library is located in Little Rock, Arkansas, and chronicles the history of the Clinton presidency. The library and museum holdings at the Presidential Library are the largest within the Presidential Library system, and include of 75 million pages of paper documents, almost 2 million photographs and over 80,000 museum artifacts.

The Presidential Library offers research resources, exhibits on the Clinton presidency, interpretive tours, and special events. The website offers information regarding research resources, resources for teachers including curriculum guides, and an events calendar.

 
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