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Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum

Located at the University of Texas, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library holds over 50 million pages of presidential documents, a half million feet of motion picture film, and thousands of other important materials that tell the story of President Reagan’s life. From the Library’s homepage, visitors can learn how they can perform research at the library, read through a “Quick Reference” guide on...
The American Presidency Project

While many of former United States presidents have their own libraries, The American Presidency Project attempts to bring together documents from all of the presidents. Started in 1999 as a collaborative project between Gerhard Peters, John T. Woolley, and the University of California, Santa Barbara, the Project's site contains over 75,000 documents related to the study of the presidency....
Jimmy Carter Library and Museum

Administered by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum was opened in 1986. For the benefit of researchers and others who cannot make it to Atlanta, this website provides access to some of the speeches and letters of President Carter, along with biographical information about members of the Carter family. First-time visitors will want to start...
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Library

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Library seeks to maintain the legacy of the 40th president of the United States. While the fullest experience is open to those who visit the Simi Valley institution in person, there is a great deal available online. For instance, under the Ronald Reagan tab, interested readers will find information about the president's Life & Times, his reputation as...