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Search thousands of documents related to historical and current U.S. presidencies, such as speeches, official papers, executive orders, proclamations, news conferences, and press briefings.
Contains all major publications of the U.S. Office of the President, including: Public Papers of the President, Inaugural Addresses, Executive Orders, Signing Statements, and other information such as radio addresses, party platforms, videos of debates, and popularity polling data. This project was developed by two political science professors at UCSB.
An ongoing project to digitize approximately 50,000 pages of historic early American manuscript material, including papers of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison.
Compiled and published by the Office of the Federal Register, NARA, the Public Papers of the Presidents includes the writings, addresses, and public remarks of Presidents from 1929 (Hoover) to 2013 (Obama), with the exception of Franklin D. Roosevelt, whose papers are printed elsewhere.
Digitized version of the multi-volume collection of writings
The Papers of George Washington is a joint project of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union and the University of Virginia. It includes papers found in major repositories, but also copies of more than 140,000 gathered by conducting a comprehensive search of materials in libraries, historical societies, and public collections across the globe. The project is anticipated to publish 90 volumes, completing in 2023. The volumes are divided into six series. All are located in the Main (Gardner) Stacks; the links below provide the call numbers.
The definitive edition of the public and private papers of Thomas Jefferson was produced by a project established at Princeton University. The papers are arranged chronologically in 45 volumes. A second series is made up of commissioned volumes containing writings or documents suited to a topical arrangement. These are cataloged individually and can be found by doing a title search in UC Library Search. Princeton also published a Retirement series of 16 volumes.
A project digitizing materials located in multiple libraries, archives, and museums relating to Theodore Roosevelt. Includes correspondence to and from Roosevelt, diary entries, notes, political cartoons, scrapbooks, newspaper columns and magazine articles by and about Roosevelt, speeches, and photographs.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Office Files highlighting the domestic and foreign concerns of the President and his administration, including the Great Depression, the New Deal, and World War II. [1933-1945]
Also includes selected records of the FBI, Civil Conservation Corps, the Committee on Economic Security, and the Department of Treasury.