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Collection No. 2014-0780-S
This collection consists of the records of Eric Woodard, who served in the First Lady’s Office as Office Manager from May 1998 to April 2000, and as Office Manager and Assistant to the Chief of Staff from April 2000 to January 2001. As Office Manager, Woodard assisted with staffing, White House tour scheduling, and managed intern projects. He maintained files of office forms, and also maintained a collection of magazines which featured the First Lady. This collection consists of publications, memos, reports, and forms.

Collection No. 2007-0096-F
This collection consists of email, the majority of which were forwards and mass circulated to a wide variety of recipients. The majority of the email concern the publication of Carroll Case’s book The Slaughter: An American Atrocity. Case’s book claimed that in 1943, 1,200 members of the Army’s, 364th Infantry Regiment—a black regiment—were killed by white soldiers during a riot at Camp Van Dorn, near Centreville, Mississippi. Following release of the book, the U.S. Army undertook an investigation into the matter. The records in this collection also contain public statements made by the U. S. Army and Department of Justice regarding investigations of the reported incident.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 78
The photographs processed in this segment were created from September 1, 1993; September 10, 1993 through September 14, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 79
The photographs processed in this segment were created from September 10, 1993; September 12, 1993; September 14, 1993 through September 16, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 80
The photographs processed in this segment were created from September 15, 1993 through September 18, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 81
The photographs processed in this segment were created from September 14, 1993 through September 17, 1993 & September 19, 1993 through September 21, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 82
The photographs processed in this segment were created from September 13, 1993 & September 21, 1993 through September 23, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 83
This collection consists of photographs from the Clinton administration taken from September 16, 1993 & September 22, 1993 through September 27, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, photo-ops, and other events involving President Clinton, First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period stated.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 84
This collection consists of photographs from the Clinton administration taken from September 14, 1993 & September 25, 1993 through September 29, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, photo-ops, and other events involving President Clinton, First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period stated.

Collection No. 2007-0302-F
This collection consists of records related to the 1995 Quebec Referendum on Sovereignty. The Referendum asked Québécois voters whether Quebec should secede from Canada and become an independent state. This collection consists of cables, correspondence, email, notes, press guidance, schedules, and talking points.

Collection No. 2013-0028-F
President Clinton signed the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) into law on September 21, 1996. The Act declared that no state shall be required to recognize a same-gender marriage performed in another state. DOMA also defined marriage as only between a man and a woman for purposes of Federal law. This collection consists of files and email accounts from the White House staff related to The Defense of Marriage Act. The collection also contains records related to Hawaii Supreme Court’s Baehrs vs. Lewin, and California’s Proposition 22. The collection consists of clippings, emails, letters, memoranda, notes, press releases, and talking points concerning DOMA, same sex marriage, and domestic partnerships.

Collection No. 2007-1741-F
This collection consists of records on the 2000 Millennium attack plots and the subsequent after action review by the federal government. These materials include National Security Council cover sheets, report summaries, budgetary requests, and memos on the distribution of summaries from Principals Committee meetings.

Collection No. 2006-0221-F
This collection consists of material regarding the 2000 Presidential Election recount of votes in Florida. The records include speeches, memoranda, transcripts, and email demonstrating the White House's efforts to chart a course of neutrality during the contested election between Albert Gore, Jr. and George W. Bush.

Collection No. 2008-0015-F
This collection consists of material concerning the transition from the administration of President William Jefferson Clinton to that of George Walker Bush in January 2001. The disputed results from the November 7, 2000 election in the state of Florida shortened the transition period to just over a month. The records in this collection include correspondence, press materials, emails, and cables concerning preparations for the incoming administration and disposition of Clinton Administration records.

Collection No. 2006-0191-F Segment 1
This collection contains materials from the National Security Council. The collection consists of a number of specific documents concerning Usama bin Laden and the initial terrorist assaults of al-Qaeda against the United States. These documents are referenced in Chapter 4 of the 9/11 Commission Report. In the process of locating responsive records, additional records dealing mainly with terrorism were processed into the collection. The files contain correspondence, memos, testimony, talking points, speeches, fax cover sheets, articles, email, and schedules. The collection consists of files from Samuel (“Sandy”) Berger and Richard A. Clarke.

Collection No. 2006-0997-F
This collection consists of records relating to Admiral Bobby Ray Inman and his work as a member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. Inman was a well respected and long-term member of the United States intelligence community by the beginning of the Clinton Administration. He had served on the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board under President George H. W. Bush. He was selected by President William J. Clinton on December 16, 1993 to succeed Les Aspin as Secretary of Defense. His term on the PFIAB was not renewed.

Collection No. 2015-0615-F
This collection consists of advance manuals, handbooks, lists, memoranda, notes, emails, schedules, outlines, and calendars regarding both domestic and international Presidential events. Lists generally contain the names of volunteers, interns, and staffers who might work as an advance person in arranging a presidential visit or similar activity. Much of the remaining material concern seminars and classes that address proper procedure for advance operations. The manuals and handbooks themselves incorporate proven methods for planning Presidential events.

Correspondence Series: This collection consists of the federal records of the President’s Advisory Board on Race. The Advisory Board was established in June 1997 by Executive Order 13050 as part of President Clinton’s Initiative on Race (PIR). The Advisory Board advised the President on matters involving race and racial reconciliation. After submitting its final report to the President, One America in the 21st Century: Forging a New Future, the Board terminated on September 30, 1998. As a result of the report and building on the efforts of the PIR, the President established the White House Office on the President’s Initiative for One America. The Correspondence Series contains four subseries: [PIR Correspondence], PIR Correspondence, Invitations, and Administrative Correspondence.

Meetings Series: This series contains records regarding the Advisory Board’s meetings. The meetings were open to the public and held in Denver, Colorado; San Jose, California; Akron, Ohio; Fairfax, Virginia; and Phoenix, Arizona. The series includes correspondence, notes, and schedules.

Miscellaneous Series: This series contains records regarding the President’s Initiative on Race (PIR). The series includes files from the Executive Director, Judith Winston. The records include correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, and calendars.

Programs and Forums Series: This collection consists of the federal records of the President’s Advisory Board on Race. The Programs and Forums Series includes correspondence, memorandums, background materials, organization brochures, and notes concerning forums and programs that shared the same goals as the PIR. Also included is information about the Corporate Forums, which gave businesses the opportunity to discuss strategies to create a racially diversified work place.

PR/Media Series: This collection consists of the federal records of the President’s Advisory Board on Race. The PR/Media Series includes speeches and talking points for presentations, media requests, press releases, press packages, transcripts from recorded appearances and general information on the PIR.

Reports Series: This series is divided into two sub-series, Reports Drafts and Weekly Reports to POTUS. The Reports Drafts sub-series contains drafts of the “Report of the Advisory Board of the President’s Initiative on Race.” The Weekly Reports to POTUS sub-series contains memorandums written to the President and the Advisory Board from Judith Winston. The reports include Advisory Board and PIR weekly activities.

Created in 1998, the Presidential Advisory Commission on Holocaust Assets in the United States (PACHA, aka PCHA) was charged with investigating what happened to the assets of victims of the Holocaust that ended up in the possession of the United States Federal Government. Research constituted the heart of PCHA’s work. Records of the PCHA deal with the issue of reparations, activities of Chase National Bank during World War II, administrative files of the PCHA, and includes drafts of chapters, reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings, fact sheets, researcher notes, and findings and recommendations. The final report of the Commission, “Plunder and Restitution: Findings and Recommendations of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Holocaust Assets in the United States and Staff Report,” was submitted to President Clinton in December 2000.

Collection No. 2006-0200-F
This collection consists of records related to The United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy, part of the United States Information Agency (USIA). The Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy merged with the Department of State in October of 1999. The Commission provided oversight of U.S. Government activities intended to understand, inform, and influence foreign publics. The files contain correspondence, email memoranda, news articles, reports, and records related to commission appointments.

Collection No. 2009-0386-F
This collection consists of records related to the Advisory Committee on Public Interest Obligations of Digital Television Broadcasters. This Committee advised Vice President Gore on the public interest obligations of broadcasters as digital television replaced analog television. Correspondence and Executive Orders describe the Committee’s creation, increased membership, and extended reporting date.

Collection No. 2008-0308-F
This collection consists of records concerning the White House’s review of federal affirmative action programs and policy. The review was led by George Stephanopoulos and Christopher Edley. The review was mandated by President Clinton in March of 1995. It concluded on July 19, 1995 with a speech wherein President Clinton used the phrase “mend it, don’t end it” to describe his new policy toward affirmative action. This collection contains the entirety of Christopher Edley’s staff files.

Collection No. 2009-0725-F
On March 7, 1995, President Clinton directed that a review be conducted of the federal government's affirmative action programs. George Stephanopoulos, Senior Advisor to the President for Policy and Strategy, and Christopher Edley, Special Counsel to the President co-chaired a steering committee that examined the design and effectiveness of federal affirmative action programs. Stephanopoulos and Edley submitted their report July 19, 1995. This collection consists of solely email concerning affirmative action and the committee's work. The email includes meeting confirmations, meeting notes, background notes, and draft reports to and from Christopher Edley, Laura Capps, and Heather Beckel, the latter two were George Stephanopolous' assistants.

Collection No. 2013-0836-F
This collection consists of records related to the Clinton Administration’s policies regarding agricultural biotechnology, specifically the creation and use of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). It contains correspondence, press material, reports, Congressional testimony, memoranda, research materials and emails. These materials address topics including international trade negotiations with the European Union, food safety and labeling, and research on GMOs.

Collection No. 2008-1320-F
This collection consists of photos from the White House Photograph Office of President Clinton and Vice President Gore posing with Abdurahman Alamoudi at an Ethnic Leadership Day event held in the Old Executive Office Building on June 14, 1996.

Collection No. 2008-0214-F
This collection consists of records concerning the nomination, confirmation, and tenure of US Attorney Alan Bersin. President Clinton appointed Bersin as US Attorney for the Southern District of California in 1993. Bersin served in this position for nearly five years. This collection contains correspondence, email, forms, memoranda, printed materials, resumes, and statements.

Collection No. 2009-1399-F
This collection consists of photographs of Alan Greenspan with President Clinton and with Economic Policy Team Advisors during the Clinton Administration

Collection No. 2013-1015-F
This collection consists of records related to the Albania country files maintained by the White House Office of Records Management (WHORM) system. The records include memoranda, reports, and correspondence to and from congressmen and senators thanking the President for his friendship with Albania and urging him to meet/invite Albania President Sali Berisha to America. The correspondence also relates to the treatment of ethnic Greek minorities in Albania, the Albanian parliamentary elections, the emigration laws and policies of Albania, Berisha’s constitution regarding religious matters, the tensions/fighting in Albania and Kosovo, the brutal murder of at least 45 Albanians in Racak, Kosovo, and the humanitarian efforts regarding the refugee crisis and camps in Albania and Hungary.

Collection No. 2010-0451-F
This collection consists of records regarding Alexis Herman in her position as Secretary of Labor. Herman, the 23rd Secretary of Labor, served the Clinton Administration from May 1997 to January 2001. This collection contains emails, memoranda, press clippings, reports, and speeches concerning welfare.

Collection No. 2009-1295-F
This collection consists of records related to massacres that took place in Algeria in 1997 and 1998. The records include press materials, news summaries, correspondence, and reports from Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch

Collection No. 2014-0312-S
Alissa Brown was a staffer in the First Lady’s office in the Old Executive Office Building who kept files on Hillary Rodham Clinton’s public statements, speeches, and writings. This collection consists of background information on former First Ladies, copies of Hillary Clinton’s speeches, news articles covering Mrs. Clinton’s role as an advocate for children’s issues and briefing papers on select administration policies.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 5
The photographs processed in segment 5 were created from January 17, 1993 through January 20, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed. The majority of photographs in this segment pertain to Inauguration ceremony events.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 6
The photographs processed in this segment 6 were created from January 18, 1993; January 20, 1993 through January 21, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed. The majority of the photograph content for this segment includes photographs of the Inauguration ceremony, parade, balls, and the White House Open House.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 8
The photographs processed in segment 8 were created from January 19, 1993 through January 20, 1993 and January 26 through 29, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 69
The photographs processed in segment 69 were created from August 10, 1993 through August 12, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 70
The photographs processed in segment 70 were created from August 12 through August 14, 1993; August 16 through August 18, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 71
The photographs processed in segment 71 were created from August 12, August 14 through August 17, 1993; August 19 through August 20, 1993 and August 25, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 72
The photographs processed in segment 72 were created from August 20 through August 25, 1993 and August 27 through August 30, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 73
The photographs processed in segment were created from August 28 through September 2, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 66
The photographs processed in segment 66 were created from August 3, 1993 through August 4, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 67
The photographs processed in segment 67 were created from August 4, 1993 through August 8, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 11
The photographs processed in segment 11 were created from February 4, 1993 through February 9, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 13
The photographs processed in segment 13 were created from February 5, 1993; February 10, 1993 through February 16, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 12
The photographs processed in segment 12 were created from February 9, 1993 through February 11, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 7
The photographs processed in segment 7 were created from January 20, 1993 through January 25, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 9
The photographs processed in segment 9 were created from January 29, 1993 through January 31, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 10
The photographs processed in segment 10 were created from January 30, 1993 through February 4, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 56
The photographs processed in segment 56 were created from July 1, 1993 through July 5, 1993 & July 8, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 60
The photographs processed in segment 60 were created from July 10, 1993 through July 14, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 68
The photographs processed in segment 68 were created from July 10 & 12, 1993; August 9, 1993 through August 10, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 63
The photographs processed in segment 63 were created from July 14, 1993; July 16, 1993; July 18, 1993 through July 20, 1993 & July 22, 1993 through July 26, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 61
The photographs processed in segment 61 were created from July 14, 1993 through July 19, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 62
The photographs processed in segment 62 were created from July 16, 1993; July 19, 1993 through July 22, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 57
The photographs processed in segment 57 were created from July 2, 1993 through July 8, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 65
The photographs processed in segment 65 were created from July 29, 1993 through August 2, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 58
The photographs processed in segment 58 were created from July 8, 1993 through July 9, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 59
The photographs processed in segment 59 were created from July 9, 1993 through July 11, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 50
The photographs processed in segment 50 were created from June 11, 1993 through June 15, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 53
The photographs processed in segment 53 were created from June 15, 17 and 18, 1993, June 21, 1993 through June 24, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 51
The photographs processed in segment 51 were created from June 15, 1993 through June 18, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 64
The photographs processed in segment 64 were created from June 17, 1993 through June 18, 1993; July 25, 1993 through July 29, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 52
The photographs processed in segment 52 were created from June 17, 1993 through June 21, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 54
The photographs processed in segment 54 were created from June 24, 1993 through June 28, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 55
The photographs processed in segment 55 were created from June 28, 1993 through July 2, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 48
The photographs processed in segment 48 were created from June 3, 1993 through June 9, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 49
The photographs processed in segment 49 were created from June 9, 1993 through June 12, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 42
The photographs processed in segment 42 were created from May 12, 1993 through May 13, 1993; May 17, 1993 through May 19, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 43
The photographs processed in segment 43 were created from May 19, 1993 through May 23, 1993; May 31, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 44
The photographs processed in segment 44 were created from May 20, 1993 through May 26, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 47
The photographs processed in segment 47 were created from May 25, 1993 & June 1, 1993 through June 5, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 45
The photographs processed in segment 45 were created from May 26, 1993 through May 29, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 46
The photographs processed in segment 46 were created from May 28, 1993 through May 29, 1993 and May 31, 1993 through June 2, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 77
The photographs processed in this segment were created from September 10, 1993 through September 13, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 74
The photographs processed in segment 74 were created from September 2, 1993 through September 7, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 75
The photographs processed in segment 75 were created from September 7, 1993 through September 9, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2006-1135-F Segment 76
The photographs processed in segment 76 were created from September 9, 1993 through September 11, 1993. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and staff for the time period processed.

Collection No. 2012-0742-F
This collection consists of records concerning the possible American Airlines pilots strike in 1997. American Airlines and the Allied Pilots Association (APA) were unable to reach an agreement and on February 15, 1997, James Sovich, the president of the APA called for a strike. However, concerned that a strike would disrupt holiday travel, President Clinton created a Presidential Emergency Board to reach an agreement and stop the strike. This collection contains correspondence from public and private figures, including members of Congress, regarding their concerns about the possible strike.

Collection No. 2013-0925-F
This collection consists of records concerning the American Business Council (ABC) and related organizations. It contains background materials, correspondence, and scheduling materials that describe private/public cooperation, mutual recognition agreements, the elimination of trade barriers, antidumping measures, product standards, global employment strategies, visas, unionization, and worker safety regulations.

Collection No. 2009-0960-F
This collection consists of records related to the death of Amy Biehl, a 26 year old native of California who was killed on August 25, 1993 in the Guguletu Township outside of Cape Town, South Africa. Included are letters, public statements, and press articles related to Ms. Biehl’s murder and to the foundation created in her name. Also included is the 1993 Country Report on Human Rights Practices in South Africa.

Collection No. 2011-0103-S
This collection consists of Andrew Rotherham’s Education series in the Domestic Policy Council. It contains records related to class size reduction, test preparation, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, charter schools, the digital divide, distance learning, youth violence in schools, teacher salaries, social promotion, Hispanic education, standardized testing, and after-school programs. The records consist of reports, draft legislation, memoranda, correspondence to and from organizations and community leaders that focus on education issues, articles, publications, email, and fact sheets relating to the Administration’s progress on education.

Collection No. 2011-0103-S
This collection consists of Andrew Rotherham’s Events series in the Domestic Policy Council. It contains records related to education events and the corresponding background materials. The collection consists of reports, memoranda, email, congressional correspondence, press releases, and speech drafts.

Collection No. 2011-0103-S
This collection consists of Andrew Rotherham’s Subject series in the Domestic Policy Council. It contains records related to research materials for education issues relating to funding for IDEA [Individuals with Disabilities Education Act], failing schools, youth violence, Equity 2000, educator awards, litigation, and legislation. The records consists of reports, memoranda, email, articles on various education topics, publications, handwritten notes, and correspondence from school district leaders nationwide.

Collection No. 2013-0017-F
This collection consists of records related to Andy Spahn, former Head of Corporate Affairs and Communications for DreamWorks. This collection contains correspondence, photos, faxes, memos, and email concerning Spahn.

Collection No. 2013-0436-S
This collection consists of the records of Anne O’Leary from her time in the Domestic Policy Counci from September 1999 to January 2001. This series highlights topics relating to domestic policy issues including: children and media/television violence and ratings; abortion topics that include partial-birth abortion, adoption and the Safe Families Act, and the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1999, specifically the attempt to pass a provision of the bill that would limit the ability of abortion protesters to use the bankruptcy laws to escape court fines imposed after demonstrations at abortion clinics; foster care, poverty, after school care, juvenile justice, medical workforce issues; child care legislative proposals relating to federal funding and tax credits, safety regulations and criminal penalties for negligence, and background materials relating to the affordability, availability, and safety and quality of child care; Hillary Rodham Clinton remarks on child care, Right to Breastfeed…

Collection No. 2006-1007-F
This collection consists of records relating to Ann Z. Caracristi's service on the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB). Caracristi was a well respected and long-time employee of the National Security Agency. She is credited with a number of valuable contributions to the science of cryptology. Records consist of emails, memorandum, and administrative paperwork.

Collection No. 2011-0638-S
Anna Richter served as a staffer in the Domestic Policy Council of the White House towards the end of the Clinton Administration, helping to coordinate domestic policy events for the President and Vice-President. Her records cover a variety of domestic policy issues including education, budgetary concerns, gun control, welfare, health care, community service, youth violence, civil rights, media literacy, and gambling. The records in this collection include reports, correspondence, press releases, notes, draft documents, press papers, transcripts, schedules, directories, audiovisual materials, and memoranda.

Collection No. 2013-0194-S
Anne Bartley worked as a staff member in the First Lady’s Office from 1993 to 1995. This collection highlights topics relating to gender equality, White House personnel matters, health care, nonprofit agencies, the arts and humanities, Romania, and presidential boards and commissions. The records include memos, notes, booklets, drafts, pamphlets, articles, correspondence, and newsletters.

Collection No. 2015-0135-F
This collection consists of records related to President Clinton’s participation in a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Operation Frantic. Operation Frantic was a joint US-USSR campaign of shuttle bombing missions flown from June through September 1944 over strategic German-held targets by United States Army Air Force bombers which were maintained and refueled out of Ukraine. The records consist of National Security Council cables between embassies covering diplomatic arrangements for US veterans and aircraft to visit Poltava during the official ceremony in September 1994. In addition, there is a cable which refers to the historical connection of the 4th Fighter Wing to Operation Frantic as justification for establishing “sister base relations” between Myrgorod and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in 1996. President Clinton’s participation was limited to making a joint speech with Boris Yeltsin in the White House Rose Garden on September 27, 1994. Russian and American…

Collection No. 2006-0312-F
This collection contains the records of Anthony "Tony" Lake as they relate to Rwanda. The records consist of letters, memos, news articles, emails, and cables. Among these correspondence are letters reporting to Congress on the level of the United States’ military involvement, in accordance with the War Powers Resolution. Other correspondence illustrate, in part, the huge effort made by the United States, as well as, non government organizations and international organizations to provide humanitarian aid to Rwanda and the surrounding area.

Collection No. 2006-1008-F
This collection consists of records relating to Anthony S. Harrington and his service on the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. Records relating to Harrington’s appointment and service on the PFIAB are primarily personnel files and are administrative in nature. Harrington was a appointed to the PFIAB in 1993 and reappointed in 1998. He served as a member of the PFIAB until his appointment as United States Ambassador to Brazil in late 1999.

Collection No. 2006-0459-F
This collection contains Antony Blinken’s files from the National Security Council (NSC), Speechwriting Directorate. Blinken served as the chief foreign policy speechwriter in the NSC Speechwriting Directorate from 1994-1998. His materials contain background material, drafts and “final, as delivered” speeches. The speechwriting topics cover a variety of subjects: foreign trips or head of state visits; United National General Assembly addresses; speeches before domestic and international groups; memorials, commencements or holidays; State of the Union or weekly radio addresses; and editorials, book chapters or magazine articles. As an NSC speechwriter, Blinken produced speeches on major foreign policy actions during the Clinton Administration: Haiti, Iraq and Bosnia.

Collection No. 2009-0013-F
This collection consists of records relating to the announcement by President Clinton and Prime Minister of Singapore Goh, at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) 2000 Leaders’ Meeting, that the United States and Singapore would begin negotiations concerning a free trade agreement. Also, records pertaining to the participants of APEC 2000.

Collection No. 2012-0868-F
This collection consists of records regarding Cabinet appointments and reappointments of the Secretary and Under Secretary for Health in the Department of Veterans Affairs. Jesse Brown served as the Secretary of Veterans Affairs from 1993 to 1997. Brown resigned in 1997. Upon his resignation, Hershel Gober served as acting Secretary of Veterans Affairs until 1998. After serving several months as Acting Secretary, Togo West, Jr. was nominated and confirmed as Secretary of Veterans Affairs in 1998. West served in this position until 2000. In 2000, Gober again served as acting Secretary of Veterans Affairs. This collection includes memoranda, press releases, binders, biographies, briefing books, email, letters, memoranda, press, resumes, and schedule proposals. Memoranda concern the nomination of individuals and the appointment of nominees to these positions. Press releases and speech remarks document the nomination and resignation of individuals holding these positions in Veterans…

Collection No. 2010-1159-F
This collection consists of records related to the Arctic Council, the Arctic Policy group, and the Arctic Environmental Protection Strategy. The Arctic Council was established on September 19, 1996 with the signing of the Declaration on the Establishment of the Arctic Council, more commonly known as the Ottawa Declaration between: Canada, the Kingdom of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, the Russian Federation, Sweden, and the United States of America. The Arctic Council was created to promote cooperation, coordination, and interaction between the arctic states. This collection dates approximately January 1993 to January 2001 and includes memos, speech drafts, discussion papers, and email.

Collection No. 2006-0527-F
This collection consists of email and cables concerning “Area 51.” “Area 51” is an unofficial title that often refers to an area in southern Nevada containing United States Air Force (USAF) facilities. The USAF does not recognize owning or operating any facility regarded as “Area 51.” They do recognize operations at the Nellis Range Complex which includes an Operating Location near Groom Lake, Nevada. However, much of the information regarding activities at these sites remains classified.

Collection No. 2006-0685-F
This collection includes materials relating to Viktor Bout (or Butt), a suspected international arms smuggler, the so-called “Merchant of Death.” The records include cables and email regarding travel by members of the National Security Council (NSC) to South Africa, and a meeting of the South African Development Commission (SADC).

Collection No. 2006-0185-F
This collection consists of records related to Asa Hutchinson, Congressman from Arkansas’s Third Congressional District. Records in this collection include: email, television and print news transcripts, house proceedings transcripts, impeachment proceedings transcripts, and records of event attendance. Many email concern immigration, environmental, and impeachment issues. The collection includes cables summarizing accounts of visits by a congressional delegation to Peru and Bolivia to observe counternarcotics operations; a summary concerning a diplomatic note sent to U.S. Congressmen from the Lao government; and an Air Force One manifest for a flight from Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland to Little Rock, Arkansas and back on March 4, 1997. The remainder of the collection consists of correspondence from Asa Hutchinson and other members of Congress to President William J. Clinton on various subjects.

Collection No. 2007-1908-F
This collection consists of records relating to communications between President William Jefferson Clinton, Kim Young-sam, President of the Republic of Korea, and Ryutaro Hashimoto, Prime Minister of Japan, concerning the Asian Economic Crisis. The types of records are predominately communications between presidents Clinton and Kim and President Clinton and Prime Minister Hashimoto are Memorandum of Telephone Communications (telcons), Memorandum of Communications (memcons), and letters.

Collection No. 2006-0528-F
This collection consists of records related to the assassination investigation of President John F. Kennedy. The John F. Kennedy Records Collection Act was passed by Congress in 1992 in response to widespread doubt by the American public surrounding the circumstances of Kennedy’s death. The Assassination Records Review Board was created by this Act and given the task of identifying and declassifying files on the assassination. This collection consists of letters from the Assassination Records Review Board, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the United States Secret Service regarding the release of Kennedy era documents. These records discuss Lee Harvey Oswald’s activities prior to November 22, 1963 and the U.S. government’s investigation of President Kennedy’s murder.

Collection No. 2007-1036-F
This collection consists of photographs of President Clinton during the Balkan Peace Agreement meetings in Paris, France on December 14, 1995. The photographs document President Clinton, Secretary Warren Christopher, and Ambassador Richard Holbrooke meeting at a luncheon with Balkan Heads of State: President Alija Izetbegovic of Bosnia, President Franjo Tudjman of Croatia, and President Slobodan Milosevic of Serbia at the Ambassador’s Residence in Paris. Other world leaders present include, Chancellor Helmut Kohl, Prime Minister John Major, Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin, and others.

Collection No. 2007-1036-F
This collection consists of photographs of President Clinton during the Balkan Peace Agreement meetings in Paris, France on December 14, 1995. The photographs document President Clinton, Secretary Warren Christopher, and Ambassador Richard Holbrooke meeting at a luncheon with Balkan Heads of State: President Alija Izetbegovic of Bosnia, President Franjo Tudjman of Croatia, and President Slobodan Milosevic of Serbia at the Ambassador’s Residence in Paris. Other world leaders present include, Chancellor Helmut Kohl, Prime Minister John Major, Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin, and others.

Collection No. 2013-0187-F
This collection consists of records of the Bank of America during the Clinton Administration. The records consist of biographies, briefing papers, drafts, emails, faxes, letters, memos, press releases, and routing forms. Topics cover bank reform, charitable giving, child and elder care, China’s Most Favored Nation status, Community Financial Development Institutions, foreign relations, New Markets, Summer of Service, and Welfare to Work.

Collection No. 2010-0383-F
This collection contains material regarding the Office of the Comptroller’s revisions to Part 5 of Title 12 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Part of these changes included allowing “bank operating subsidiaries to engage in activities that had previously not been allowed.” This collection primarily dates to November 1996 and contains fact sheets, memorandum of the Council of Economic Advisers and the Comptroller of the Currency, press releases, publications, and transcriptions of speeches of the Comptroller of the Currency.

Collection No. 2013-0181-F
This collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, reports, faxes, talking points, briefing papers, and lists. The major bankers dealt with in the records include John S. Reed, Sanford “Sandy” Weill, Thomas Labrecque, Dennis Weatherstone, Walter Shipley, and Hugh McColl, Jr. During Clinton’s presidency McColl and Weill engineered the two most significant mergers—Travelers Group combining with Citicorp and NationsBank uniting with BankAmerica—that contributed to the gutting of the Glass-Steagall Act. Substantive material in these papers dealing with the role bankers might have played in the general “anything goes” financial climate of the times and the onset of a severe recession in the 21st century would have to be viewed as negligible.

Collection No. 2015-0964-S
This collection consists of records from Barbara Chow’s Domestic Policy Council files. It contains faxes, memoranda, email, speeches, speech drafts, correspondence, news clippings, reports, publications, talking points and press releases. Topics covered in these records include, but are not limited to, gun safety, juvenile justice, school construction, education initiatives, unemployment insurance, minimum wage, child care, foster care, women’s health issues, the tobacco settlement, food stamps, and youth violence.

Collection No. 2013-0664-F
This collection consists of printed records from electronic databases that recorded Barbra Streisand’s entry to the White House, and attendance at events that included President Clinton.

Collection No. 2011-0460-F
The Oakland Army Base operated from 1941 to 1999, during that time it played a vital role in shipping war material to the pacific theatre of operations. It was closed as part of the 1995 round of the Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC). Records to be released include those related to the Oakland Army Base and the 1995 Base Closure and Realignment Commission. However the majority of documents are more closely related to the 1995 BRAC round as a whole, including the BRAC recommendations report for 1995. Included are documents related to the economic impact of closing bases, letters from legislators, local officials, and business associations expressing support for or urging refusal of the commission's recommendations, and records related to why bases considered in 1995 should not be closed.

Collection No. 2006-0232-F
This is a video recording pertaining to President Clinton’s meeting with the Beth Medrash Govoha organization (a Haredi yeshiva) at the St. Regis Hotel in New York on March 11, 1996. President Clinton is presented with a special book on behalf of Beth Medrash Govoha. President Clinton makes remarks to the meeting. The video recording ends abruptly after the President’s remarks.

Collection No. 2013-0371-S
Bethany Little served as an education adviser within the Domestic Policy Council for both President Clinton and Vice-President Gore. This collection highlights topics relating to education and Clinton Administration educational initiatives, literacy, teachers, religion in schools, affirmative action, Title IX, school desegregation, the State of the Union, jobs, universal preschool, immigration, and workforce development. The records include memos, printed emails, correspondence, press papers, press clips, articles, meeting notes, talking points, and papers.

Collection No. 2008-0637-F
This collection consists of cables, correspondence, email, memoranda, speeches, talking points, and tracking sheets concerning the Bilderberg Group, its conferences and events in which the President, First Lady, and White House staff were connected. Governor Clinton attended the 1991 Bilderberg Conference in Baden-Baden, Germany (for which no records were available); and First Lady Hillary Clinton attended the Atlanta, Georgia Conference in June of 1997. President Clinton made brief remarks at the Bilderberg Steering Committee Meeting in October of 1995. Several National Security Council staff members also spoke at Bilderberg events.

Collection No. 2006-0184-F
This collection consists of memoranda, correspondence, reports, forms, notes, articles, and printed electronic email, regarding William A. (“Bill”) Halter. Bill Halter served as Senior Advisor in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) from 1993 to 1999. As Senior Advisor, he provided counsel to OMB on policy issues regarding review and evaluation of the management practices and budgets of federal departments.

Collection No. 2006-0506-F
This collection contains notes, memoranda, talking points, lists, schedules, and background information pertaining to research files and speech drafts for remarks by the President at Awards Ceremony for Blue Ribbon Schools, October 28, 1999. The collection consists of background information and information regarding scheduling for the Blue Ribbon Schools ceremony. The memoranda and talking points relate to the Department of Education and the Blue Ribbon Schools Elementary Programs. The lists consist of the names, addresses and telephone numbers of the schools selected for recognition, and the schedules relate to the draft agenda for the ceremony. The background materials contain information about the Blue Ribbon Schools programs, how the schools can apply, and how they are selected.

Collection No. 2012-0872-S
This collection consists of the records of Bobbie Green from her time in the First Lady’s Office. Greene was Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff to the First Lady from August 1997 to October 1998. This series highlights topics relating to Save America’s Treasures, the preservation of the White House, National Endowment for the Arts, the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, First Lady’s Office staffing, Christmas, child care, health care, women, the White House Sculpture Garden, records management, Presidential Libraries, and the early planning stages of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library. The records include reports, schedules of the First Lady, handwritten notes of Maggie Williams and Bobbie Greene, Maggie William calendars from 1993-1994, Maggie William call lists, Bobbie Greene and Maggie Williams memoranda, articles, emails, faxes, and correspondence both to and from the First Lady, Bobbie Greene, and Maggie Williams.

Collection No. 2006-1185-F
This collection includes scheduling documents, press guidance, and other records regarding telephone calls that took place between President Clinton and Russian President Boris Yeltsin on June 13 and 14, 1999. Many of the documents regarding the conversations that took place between the two presidents on these dates have been restricted for reasons of national security.

Collection No. 2014-0837-F
This collection consists of records related to correspondence between President Clinton and Russian President Boris Yeltsin. It contains letters between the two presidents concerning contemporary world events, including Bosnia, Kosovo, Iraq, Nagorno-Karabakh, START II, the Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty, and economic issues. The collection also contains correspondence of a more routine and personal nature such as birthday commemorations, holiday greetings, and condolences for tragedies.

Collection No. 2008-0994-F
This collection consists of records related to Bosnia from the files of Jane Holl, director of the European Affairs Office of the National Security Council (1991-1994) and Donald Kerrick, director of the European Affairs Office of the National Security Council (1994-1995). The collection contains memoranda, talking points, letters, reports, press guidance, news articles, and Department of State cables regarding the war in Bosnia. Topics include humanitarian aid, the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR), the question of whether to lift the UN arms embargo, the Vance-Owen Peace Plan, and former President Jimmy Carter’s trip to Bosnia in December 1994 to facilitate a ceasefire agreement.

Collection No. 2012-0798-F
This collection consists of records regarding National Security Council Principals Committee (PC) and Deputies Committee (DC) meetings concerning Bosnia and the Former Yugoslavia from 1993 through 1996. These materials highlight Clinton Administration policy throughout the Bosnian War and the implementation of the Dayton Accords. The files include memoranda, agendas, discussion papers, reports, emails, and other planning materials for the PC and DC meetings.

Collection No. 2006-0502-F
This collection contains material regarding the Boys and Girls Nation ceremony held at the White House on July 18, 1996. The records include publications, correspondence, speech drafts, notes, email and schedules.

Collection No. 2010-0652-F
This collection consists of records from 1994 to 2000 concerning Brazilian accession to the Treaty on Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT). It contains are messages to Congress, unclassified documents related to the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Agreement, copies of news articles, speech drafts and talking points related to Brazil’s accession to the NPT, and administrative paperwork.

Collection No. 2009-1161-F
This collection consists of records regarding Brazilian Foreign Minister Luiz Felipe Lampreia’s meetings with members of the Clinton Administration. The meetings took place at least once a year every year from 1995-2000. This collection consists of background and briefing papers, talking points, handwritten meeting notes, charts, press releases and press briefings, draft schedules, transmittal sheets, cover sheets, weekly reports, memos, emails and cables. Topics include international trade relations between the United States and Brazil and meeting logistics.

Collection No. 2006-1018-F
This collection consists of records concerning Brenden Melley, a member of the staff of the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB) from 1998 to 2001. As part of his duties, Melley visited military sites and prepared PFIAB reports. These records include personnel documents, email correspondence, and cables regarding Melley's work for and travel on behalf of PFIAB.

Collection No. 2013-1074-S
This collection consists of Brian Burke's records from his work in the Domestic Policy Council. Specific topics include: Midwest flood plain management; environmental regulations; the U.S. Forest Service; the National Science and Technology Council; air and water quality standards; climate change; re-organization of the Environmental Protection Agency; the Domestic Gas and Oil Initiative; and departmental budget priorities for the Department of the Interior, the Department of Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agency. This collection consists of Mr. Schmidt’s notes, correspondence, faxes, legislative policy papers, related law cases and departmental budgets.

Collection No. 2009-1397-F
This collection consists of video recordings and photographs of Brooksley Born and her guest Alex Bennett walking through the receiving line at the State Dinner for Hungary on June 8, 1999. President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, President Goncz of Hungary, and his wife Maria Zsuzsanna Gonter greeted Brooksley Born at the dinner.

Collection No. 2009-0342-F
This collection includes records related to the February 24, 1996 incident involving the Cuban military and three planes of the Florida group, Brothers to the Rescue, also known as Hermanos al Rescate. The collection dates primarily between January and March 1996. The records include press releases and press clippings, statements, talking points, drafts and administrative paperwork related to memos, and timelines and chronologies related to the events of February 24, 1996. The collection also includes records related to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) investigation of the shoot down and a later dispute before the ICAO regarding overflight of the United States by Cuban commercial aircraft. This FOIA also includes drafts, discussion of, and legislative referral memoranda for the Helms-Burton Act. Also included are a selection of court filings, memoranda, and letters related to later victims compensation cases before U.S. courts.

Collection No. 2011-0299-S
This collection covers the years 1993-2001 and includes topics such as administration accomplishments, book drafts, cabinet retreats, health care, welfare reform, housing, employment, persons with disabilities, and “POTUS Has Seen” records. The records include agendas, articles, memos, letters, briefing books, greeting cards, schedules, biographies, resumes, meeting notes, speech material and weekly reports.

Collection No. 2011-0299-S
The Chronological Files series spans Bruce Reed’s tenure at the White House, from 1993 through 2001, and mainly chronicles his scheduled meetings with members of the public, Congress, federal agencies, and professionals who provided input on various domestic policy concerns. The records include agendas, letters, memos, schedules, facsimiles and reports.

Crime Series: The collection includes material pertaining to the Omnibus Crime Act of 1994, costs and financing of the 1994 Act, Congressional conference drafts of the 1994 Act, and results of the 1994 Act; the 100,000 COPS program; various gun issues and topics; negotiations with the gun industry and settlement in 2000 with Smith & Wesson; the Brady Bill; the Racial Justice Act; the 1999 Gun Show Bill; victims’ rights; school violence; and habeas reform. The files contain incoming correspondence, reports and articles, memos, handwritten notes, schedules, various printed material, memos to the President prepared by Bruce Reed, other White House staff, and various governmental agencies.

Education Series: The files include material pertaining to national standards and testing; the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) and the 1999 efforts to reauthorize the Act; 100,000 teachers and class size; charter schools and vouchers; education events and forums; social promotion; Goals 2000; HOPE Scholarships; Pell Grants; the Education Flexibility Partnership Act of 1999 (Ed-flex); education funding and budgets; and various school and teacher issues. The files contain correspondence, reports and articles, memos, polls, handwritten notes, email, schedules, printed material, and memos to the President.

Collection No. 2011-0299-S
This collection covers the years 1993-2001 and consists of records that either did not have a place in or were processed after previously-released Bruce Reed series. The records include agendas, briefing books, meeting notes, memos, mementos, and press clips and cover subjects such as welfare reform, the crime bill, the Vice President’s Urban Issues Dinner series and a binder containing thoughts and essays about the future from leading thinkers of the day.

Collection No. 2011-0299-S
The Press series spans Bruce Reed’s tenure in the administration from 1993 through 2000, and includes a compilation of White House News Reports, consisting of news articles from the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and other major news organization publications. The series also includes Presidential Documents published in the Federal Register, press releases, press briefings, and meeting reports. The records in this series include letters, memos, reports, news clippings, and facsimiles.

Collection No. 2011-0299-S
This series includes books, pamphlets, reports and other such bound material covering topics such as budget, health care, welfare reform, housing, National Performance Review, employment, persons with disabilities, and teen pregnancies.

Subject File Series: This collection consists of records from the files of Bruce Reed, Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy in the Domestic Policy Council. The Subject File Series covers the years 1993-2001, and includes records regarding budgets, child care and child support, Earned Income Tax Credit, empowerment zones, health care, organ donations, immigration, lobbying reform, National Performance Review, political reform, race relations, taxes, urban policy, AIDS, needle exchange program, adoption, National Service, and administration accomplishments. The files contain incoming correspondence, reports and articles, memos, handwritten notes, schedules, publications, talking points, testimony, briefing books, schedules, news clippings, and speeches by the President and his staff.

Collection No. 2011-0299-S
Bruce Reed's Tobacco Series covers all facets of his involvement with bringing tobacco companies to a settlement with state and federal governments. The records include agendas, articles, briefing books, letters, legislation, memos, schedules, speech material, talking points, and weekly reports.

Welfare Reform Series: President Clinton established an interagency group, the White House Working Group on Welfare Reform, Family Support, and Independence (1993-1994), in order to carry out his campaign promise “to end welfare as we know it.” The Working Group was co-chaired by Bruce Reed, Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy (1993-1997). The Welfare Reform files include material pertaining to legislative strategy, analysis of state plans, child support, speeches, rollout of the Working Group's proposal, and various drafts of welfare reform bills authored by the Working Group, Congress, and public/private organizations. The files contain incoming correspondence, reports and articles, memos, notes, legislative bills, and printed material. Also included are memos to the President prepared by Bruce Reed, other WH staff, and various government agencies (primarily HHS) and memos between members of the Working Group. There is also material about the effects of the…

Collection No. 2013-0912-F
This collection consists of the White House Office of Records Management files of the President's Domestic Policy Adviser, Bruce Reed from 1999 through 2000. It contains of memoranda, faxes, notes, letters, speech drafts, talking points and policy papers from Bruce Reed’s Domestic Policy Council records.

Collection No. 2008-0431-F
This collection consists of the records of Bruce Riedel, Senior Director of Near East and South Asian Affairs, National Security Council (NSC), 1997-2001. Specifically, these are Riedel’s records that pertain in whole or in part or a combination of the following issues: the Taliban, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Mullah Omar, Usama bin Ladin (UBL), al-Qaeda or Iraq and terrorism. The majority of these records in this collection are closed for National Security.

Collection No. 2009-0852-F
This collection consists of photographs of President Clinton addressing the California Institute of Technology (CALTECH) on January 21, 2000. Event speakers included, Dr. David Baltimore, President of CALTECH, and Gordon Moore, Chairman Emeritus and co-founder of Intel Corporation. The photographs consist of President Clinton giving remarks and then greeting guests after his speech in the auditorium.

Collection No. 2012-0323-F
This collection contains memorandums, letters, and press releases concerning the nomination and confirmation of Carl J. Barbier to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. Carl J. Barbier was nominated by President Clinton on May 19, 1998 and was confirmed by the Senate on September 28, 1998.

Collection No. 2006-1879-F
This collection consists of materials regarding American astronomer Carl Sagan. Credited with popularizing science and astronomy, Sagan promoted the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence and published a novel, "Contact." These files contain correspondence, email, and other records related to Sagan's work, his relationship with the White House, and his death on December 20, 1996.

Collection No. 2007-1756-F
This collection consists of photographs of an event on October 7, 1993, with Hillary Rodham Clinton greeting Carly Simon in the receiving line at the Presidential Arts Medal ceremony and dinner at the White House. There are also photos from March 19, 1994, with Hillary Rodham Clinton greeting Carly Simon at a luncheon at the Gannett headquarters in Arlington, VA. On April 14, 1994, the photos include Hillary Rodham Clinton greeting Carly Simon and others at the Elie Wiesel Humanitarian Award ceremony at the New York Public Library. And on August 18, 1998, the photos include the Clintons arriving at the airport at Martha's Vineyard and greeting Carly Simon and others on the tarmac.

Collection No. 2010-0198-S
This collection consists of Carol Rasco’s Correspondence series containing records related to topics such as health care, welfare reform, housing, employment, persons with disabilities, immigrant benefits, education, women and children, and senior citizens. The records consist of memos, letters, greeting cards, petitions, recommendations, forms, resumes, applications, and weekly reports.

Collection No. 2010-0198-S
This collection consists of Carol Rasco’s Issue Papers series in the Domestic Policy Council. The collection consists of records relating to affirmative action, health care and reform, Medicare/Medicaid, immigration, disability, children, families and seniors, education, welfare reform, Middle Class Bill of Rights, and state and local economic issues. This collection consists of memos, letters, reports, schedules, itineraries, talking points, copies of legislation, and organizational material such as flyers and pamphlets.

Collection No. 2010-0198-S
This collection consists of Carol Rasco’s Meetings, Trips, Events series, in the Domestic Policy Council. The records include memos, letters, reports, schedules, itineraries, meeting notes, flyers and pamphlets. The series highlights the topics of discussion for scheduled meetings and events, the persons involved, and information on travel required to attend the meetings or events. Topics include health care reform, disability, employment, education, children and families, and communities.

As the Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy, Carol Rasco headed up the Domestic Policy Council (DPC) from 1993 to 1997. The records series of Carol Rasco Meetings, Trips, Events, of the DPC, details Rasco’s schedules dealing with various domestic policy issues. The series highlights the topics of discussion for scheduled meetings and events, the persons involved, and information on travel required to attend the meetings or events. Topics include health care reform, disability, employment, education, children and families, and communities. The records include memos, letters, reports, schedules, itineraries, meeting notes, and various organizational material such as flyers and pamphlets. The records series processed to date are in chronological order, dating from the beginning of the administration (January 1993) to the middle of 1994.

Collection No. 2010-0198-S
This collection consists of Carol Rasco’s Miscellaneous series in the Domestic Policy Council. The collection consists of records relating to health care, welfare reform, housing, employment, persons with disabilities, education, women and children, senior citizens, the 1994 G-7 jobs conference, rural policy, national drug control policy, and state health and welfare waivers. This collection consists of memos, letters, weekly reports, speeches and background material, schedules, itineraries, press releases, talking points, correspondence and phone call logs, and organizational material such as flyers and pamphlets.

Collection No. 2010-0198-S
This collection consists of Carol Rasco’s Regrets/Invitations series containing records detailing the numerous requests for Rasco’s participation in and attendance at various events, parties, speaking engagements, and her regrets primarily due to scheduling conflicts. The records contain memos, letters, schedules, itineraries, calendars, and notes

This collection consists of Carol Rasco’s Subject series, in the Domestic Policy Council. Records in this series reflect the wide range of domestic policy issues handled by Rasco and her staff. Issues include: health care, education, violence and crime prevention, employment, state and local communities, civil rights, Americorps, housing and homelessness, Empowerment Zones, health care, and the arts. The records include memos, letters, reports, meeting notes and agendas, pamphlets, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, schedules, and magazine and journal articles. Rasco's files include memos to/from DPC staff, White House staff, President Clinton and Vice-President Gore, and various Cabinet members. The files also contain correspondence to/from other agencies, public/private organizations, as well as individuals.

Collection No. 2010-1110-S
This series contains records relating to teacher recruitment, class sizes, progress made in education during the Clinton Administration, Hispanics in U.S. schools, internet filtering, and education appropriations. The records include memoranda, reports, publications, articles, email, and legislative drafts.

Collection No. 2006-0461-F
This collection consists of records of Carolyn Curiel. Curiel joined the White House Executive Office as a speechwriter to President Bill Clinton in 1993. The records consist of copies of speeches and speech drafts, talking points, memoranda, background material, correspondence, reports, handwritten notes, articles, clippings, presidential schedules, and resumes. Most of the material contained in this collection was used to assist in writing speeches. Many of the speech drafts are heavily annotated with additions or deletions.

Collection No. 2015-0745-S
This collection contains the files of Carolyn Gatz, who worked in the Office of Policy Development in 1993. The Office of Policy Development was responsible for advising and assisting the President in the formulation, coordination, and implementation of domestic and economic policy. Eventually, the Office of Policy Development was split into two new offices: the National Economic Council and the Domestic Policy Council. This collection includes news clippings and articles, memos, drafts of health care reform publications, informational packets, letters from the public, polling data, and publications; all primarily concern health care.

Collection No. 2008-0699-F
This collection consists of the speechwriting files of Carter Wilkie. Wilkie served as a White House speechwriter for the first two years of the first Clinton Administration. The records in this collection primarily date from 1993 and 1994 and concern quotations from President Clinton’s political career, the First 100 Days of the Clinton Administration, and President Clinton’s 1994 State of the Union Address.

Collection No. 2007-0088-F
This collection consists of correspondence, talking points, drafts of correspondence, guest lists, articles, email, cables, publications, speeches, and executive summaries concerning relations between the Clinton Administration and Catholics. The records primarily focus on U.S. Catholic bishops on the issues of abortion, the death penalty, health care, and American involvement in Bosnia, Serbia, and Croatia. The collection also covers various Catholic organizations and the Clinton Administration meeting with the Pope.

Collection No. 2011-0005-S
This collection consists of the records of Cathy Mays from her time in the Domestic Policy Council. Mays was a Staff Assistant from 1993-1996 and an Executive Assistant from 1997-2000. Cathy Mays’ records include reports, briefing materials relating to the President’s Interagency Task Force on Nonprofits and Government, legislative correspondence, Bruce Reed memoranda to the President on various topics including welfare reform, crime, education, AIDS, violence, Habeas reform, National Service, lobby reform, tobacco, reinventing government, publications, and document request forms from 1994-2000.

Collection No. 2007-1778-F
This is a video recording of President Clinton's remarks during an interview with CBS Radio on December 11, 1999. The President was interviewed by Mark Knoller and Peter Maer of CBS Radio. The interview took place at an office within the Wyndham Palace Resort Hotel in Orlando, Florida. There is also a video recording from December 11, 1999 at a Unity Reception in Miami, FL. The President makes remarks and greets guests at a private residence.

Collection No. 2006-0680-F
This collection consists of materials related to the nomination and later withdrawal of Anthony Lake to be Director of Central Intelligence (DCI). In addition, records relate to the nomination of George Tenet to be the DCI after Lake withdrew his nomination. It consists of biographical and press information, correspondence, memoranda, and email related to the preparation and later confirmation of this position.

Collection No. 2014-0648-F
This collection consists of records related to Chad Griffin. At the age of nineteen, Mr. Griffin became the youngest-ever member of a presidential staff. Griffin worked in the Press Office from 1993 to1994 before leaving to attend Georgetown University. This collection contains emails, memorandums, correspondence and notes related to Mr. Griffin’s work in the White House Press Office. It also includes numerous requests from the press corps and others for VIP tours of the White House as well as material coordinating the Press coverage of the President’s jogging trips. The files also contain birthday greetings to Mr. Griffin from the President.

Collection No. 2013-0923-F
This collection consists of records related to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. It contains publications of the Chamber, memoranda, faxes, notes, letters, speech drafts, talking points and policy papers from numerous offices in the White House, including the Chief of Staff’s office, the Health Care Task Force, the Public Liaison Office, Speechwriting and the Domestic Policy Council.

Collection No. 2006-0513-F
This collection contains memoranda, polling information, background material, and email pertaining to Senator Robb’s Virginia Victory Rally on October 3, 1994. The memoranda relate to the rally and the fundraising dinner on October 3, 1994. The polling information consists of a survey report by Mason-Dixon Political/Media Research, Inc. regarding the Senatorial race in Virginia. The background information contains excerpts from “Public Papers of the President” and a summary of economic progress in Virginia under the Clinton administration.

Collection No. 2006-0190-F
This request consists of photographs of President Clinton’s trip to Chautauqua, NY in October of 1996, and his trip to the Presidential Debate in Hartford, CT on October 6, 1996. The photographs document President Clinton taping a Radio Address at the Chautauqua Institution, walking with Hillary Rodham Clinton, walking with Senator George Mitchell and Kirk Hanlin, playing golf with Erskine Bowles, et al., and speaking with advisors at the Athenaeum Hotel. Photographs also document President Clinton speaking with reporters and conferring with Mike McCurry, Leon Panetta, Joe Lockhart, Doug Sosnick, Erskine Bowles, Bob Squier, George Stephanopoulos, and Bruce Lindsey. This collection includes photographs of President Clinton and Senator Robert “Bob” Dole participating in the first Presidential debate at Bushnell Auditorium in Hartford, Connecticut, and the post-debate party at Union Station in Hartford, Connecticut.

Collection No. 2006-0231-F
This collection consists of materials related to President Clinton’s trip to Chautauqua, New York, in early October 1996. The records include plane manifests, schedules, correspondence, and memoranda relating to the activities of the President and First Lady during the trip, a list of advisors and staff, and the accommodations, reservations and billing arrangements with hotels.

Collection No. 2006-0233-F
This collection consists of material from the Presidential Diary relating to the retreat to Chautauqua, New York, in preparation for a debate with Senator Robert Dole. The records include schedules, call logs, remarks, press briefings, and press releases. Included is a press schedule for Chautauqua and a transcript of the debate.

Collection No. 2006-0371-F
This collection consists of correspondence and memoranda concerning the pardon of Cheryl Ada Elizabeth Little on October 20, 2000.

Collection No. 2010-0320-F
This collection consists of correspondence related to vaccines and immunizations. The Childhood Immunization Initiative began in early 1993 to address low levels of immunizations throughout the United States. The Initiative included the Vaccines for Children Program (VFC), which became operational in 1994 and improved immunization outreach and access to immunizations for children.

Collection No. 2015-0797-F
This collection consists of records regarding the People Republic of China’s bid to host the 2000 Summer Olympics in Beijing. It contains news clippings and press briefings communicated through the National Security Council cables and emails. The press materials address unsuccessful Chinese efforts to win the bid, reaction of a United States House of Representatives communicating opposition to the bid on human rights grounds, and reaction to the final selection of Sydney, Australia as the host of the 2000 Olympics.

Collection No. 2010-1024-F
This collections consists of records relating to China, the World Trade Organization (WTO), Ambassador Michael Kantor, and Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky. This collection consists of Congressional or public correspondence, publicly available press reports and press guidance, drafts of proposed legislation, Legislative Referral Memorandum, limited correspondence and e-mail related to negotiations on China’s accession, and accession documents released following 1998 and 1999 bilateral negotiations.

Collection No. 2010-1026-F
This collection consists of two sets of briefing books on China’s trade status’ elevation to Permanent Normal Trade Relations. The briefing books “Spring 2000” were prepared in advance of the House vote on China’s PNTR on May 24 while the “June 2000” books updated/expanded the information to persuade the Senate’s favorable consideration of the question, which occurred on September 19. China’s PNTR status was signed into law by President Clinton in October 2000. Records include articles, bound material, briefing papers, fact sheets, legislation, letters, press material, reports, speech transcripts, statements, and testimonials. Topics covered in the binders include economics, US/regional national security, human rights, labor and environment, the World Trade Organization, industry and agriculture, and small business issues.

Collection No. 2011-0747-S
This collection consists of records related to health care appropriations and legislation from October 1999 to December 2000. This collection consists of reports, memoranda, draft legislation, resumes, the First Lady’s schedules, articles, and correspondence from congress, non-profit organizations, health care interest groups, and private citizens.

Collection No. 2011-0747-S
This collection consists of records related to Chris Jennings’ travel, speaking engagements, and meetings. This collection contains correspondence, faxes, invitations, email, travel voucher and reimbursement forms, invoices, and receipts from 1996-2000.

This collection consists of Chris Jennings’ Subject Files series. The collection contains memoranda, correspondence, graphs, statistical data, reports, press releases, briefing papers, handwritten notes, newspaper and magazine clippings, and publications. This series covers a wide variety of health-related topics, including a proposed Prescription Drug Benefit, proposals for a Patients Bill of Rights, prevention and treatment of AIDS, medical research, reform of the Food and Drug Administration, and the financing of federal health programs within the framework of the Balanced Budget Act (BBA). The Subject Files contains a significant amount of material related to concerns stemming from demographic changes (specifically the aging of the “Baby Boom” generation) which threaten the future solvency of both the Medicare and Medicaid trust funds. Another large segment of this series deals with the Administration’s efforts to prevent the Republican-controlled Congress from converting…

This collection contains records from the files of Chris Jennings’ related to the Health Security Act. The records include memoranda, correspondence, reports, press releases, briefing papers, statistical data, graphs, legislative drafts, publications, and news. This material provides a detailed analysis of the Act, as well as a chronological subseries that focuses on legislative strategies to enact the Health Security Act. This collection also contains material examining the alternatives to the Act.

Collection No. 2010-0205-F
This collection consists of a draft birthday message to Christopher “Chris” Kelly from President Clinton. Kelly served as a senior policy advisor in the Domestic Policy Council and in the Department of Education during the Clinton Administration.

Collection No. 2013-0936-S
This collection consists of the records of Christine Macy from her time in the First Lady’s Office. Macy was Senior Speechwriter for First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton from January 1998 to September 1999. This series contains draft and final copies of speeches delivered by First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton on domestic and foreign issues. This series also contains background material used by Christine Macy to write the First Lady’s speeches. Domestic topics include: adoption, the arts, after school programs, breast cancer, children’s health care, colon cancer, domestic violence, education, the millennium, race, Save America’s Treasures tour, school modernization, school safety, school violence, and working women. Foreign topics include: foreign policy, girls education, globalization, human rights, microenterprise, the Northern Ireland peace process, peace corps, United Nations, vital voices, and women’s rights.

Collection No. 2012-0248-F
Christopher Hitchens (1949 – 2011) was an English American author and journalist for The New Statesman, The Nation, Vanity Fair, and Slate. This collection consists of records that relate to Christopher Hitchens. Specifically, email may be best described as correspondence to and from White House staff , concerning Chrisopher Hitchens or comments made by Hitchens as well as his affidavit. The majority of the National Security Council email records processed for this FOIA are closed for national security reasons.

Collection No. 2015-0709-F
This collection consists of photographs of James Woolsey, John Deutch and George Tenet as CIA Director from 1993-2001. The collection primarily contains photographs from meetings with the President, Cabinet and Senior staff regarding foreign policy and national security matters. The directors were part of frequent foreign policy meetings related to the Middle East, Bosnia, Kosovo, Africa and cabinet meetings during the administration. James R. Woolsey was Director of Central Intelligence from February 5, 1993 through January 10, 1995. John Deutch was Director from May 10, 1995 through December 15, 1996. George Tenet was Acting Director from December 16, 1996 through July 11, 1997 and Director from July 11, 1997 through July 11, 2004.

Collection No. 2010-0385-F
This collection consists of records related to Citicorp's merger with the Travelers Group. The collection also concerns Citicorp and Traveler’s mutual support for H.R. 10, the Financial Services Act of 1998. Citicorp and Travelers Group merged on October 8, 1998. The $140 billion merger formed Citigroup. The collections consists of articles, biographies, emails, memoranda, and notes.

Collection No. 2007-1742-F
This collection consists of records related to Public Law 100-383, the Civil Liberties Act of 1988. The records include drafts and the final version of the apology letter from President Bill Clinton to Japanese Americans held in internment during World War II. The records include memoranda, letters, and notes.

Collection No. 2010-0248-F
This collection consists of records relating to all communications made to the Clinton Administration supporting Bob F. Griffin’s application for presidential clemency. The records include correspondence to President William J. Clinton regarding Bob F. Griffin’s application for presidential clemency. Griffin was granted clemenc by President Clintony in January 2001.

This collection consists of records from the Council of Economic Advisors (CEA). The CEA provided the President with economic analysis and advice on the development and implementation of domestic and international economic policy issues. This series includes photocopies of research materials concerning climate change provided in response to a Congressional Document Request. Materials within the series include photocopied publications, news clippings, press releases, memos, and correspondence.

The records of the Clinton Administration History Project consist of the histories of 32 agencies or departments within the Executive Branch. These papers describe in detail the accomplishments of President Clinton and his advisors for the period 1993-2001. In general, each organization associated with the enterprise submitted a narrative history along with supporting documents. These narrative accounts are primarily overviews of the various missions, special projects, and accomplishments of the agencies. The supplementary records include substantive memos, press releases, briefing papers, and publications illustrated with photos and charts.

Collection No. 2016-0154-F
The collection contains records from Coit "Chip" Blacker, NSC Russia, Ukraine and Eurasian Affairs Senior Director. These records include correspondence, memoranda, reports, briefing and meeting materials, schedules, newspaper articles, and emails regarding Russia and the Newly Independent States from 1995 thru 1996.

Collection No. 2012-0268-F
This collection consists of records concerning the Clinton Administration’s response to the Columbine High School shooting on April 20, 1999. Over the course of several hours two heavily-armed students killed 12 classmates and a teacher and wounded 23 others before taking their own lives. The records include agendas, articles, cables, emails, letters, memos, press releases, public statements, schedules, speeches, and transcripts. The subject matter includes the Administration’s first responses and follow up, both in policy and strategy; recommended phone calls to victims’ families and local government officials; and speech texts for President Clinton, Mrs. Clinton, Vice President Gore, Education Secretary Richard Riley, and Attorney General Janet Reno. Reaction to the massacre also resulted in a higher emphasis on dealing with the issues of school violence and weapons legislation to include several high-profile conferences on youth violence.

This collection consists of the federal records of the President’s Commission on Consumer Protection and Quality in the Health Care Industry. The commission, created by Executive Order 13017, advised the President on changes occurring in the health care system and recommended measures to protect the quality of health care for workers and consumers. The records include transcripts of the meetings, briefing books, background papers, draft reports, and correspondence.

Collection No. 2006-1023-F
This collection consists of records relating to the Commission on the Roles and Capabilities of the U.S. Intelligence Community; more often referred to as simply the Aspin-Brown Commission. The Commission was authorized in 1994 following an October 1993 incident in which 18 U.S. Army soldiers were killed by soldiers of a Somali warlord. The intent of the Commission was to assess the status of the changing intelligence community following the Cold War and to offer suggestions on how to adapt. It released its report, Preparing for the 21st Century: An Appraisal of U.S. Intelligence, on March 1, 1996. This collection consists primarily of records relating to the administration’s response to the completed report and copies of the report. It also includes administrative email relating to the business of the commission.

Collection No. 2015-0223-F
This collection consist of email concerning the Commodity Futures Modernization Act. It includes email correspondence containing testimonies, memoranda, meeting arrangements, legislative drafts, press releases, Statements of Administration Position, news articles, Legislative Referral Memoranda, and weekly reports to Leon Panetta and President Clinton in reference to commodity futures. The testimonies include that of Assistant Secretary Lewis A. Sachs before the House Subcommittee on Research, Risk Management and Specialty Crops, on June 14, 2000 and that of Lawrence H. Summers on the Commodity Futures Modernization Act before the Senate Agriculture and Banking Committee on June 21, 2000.

Collection No. 2006-0194-F
These records describe the Clinton Administration’s proposal to apply federal immigration and minimum wage laws to the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI); and also the CNMI’s circumvention of US garment duties and quotas. Records also include materials concerning resolutions of the CNMI legislature, US disaster relief following typhoons, and invitations to the CNMI regarding events such as the 50th Anniversary Commemorative Events for World War II. This collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, news clippings, and reports.

Collection No. 2007-0080-F
This collection consists of a binder titled “Communication Conspiracy” from the staff and office files of Jane Sherburne from the Counsel’s Office. The binder mostly consists of news articles and summaries. These records describe the means by which news organizations received and published stories, reports, and editorials concerning President Clinton, his staff, and his administration.

Collection No. 2008-1217-F
This collection consists of material regarding the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Agencies Act (CALEA). CALEA, or House Resolution 4922, was sponsored by Representative Don Edwards of California and co-sponsored by Representative Henry Hyde. This collection consists of email, memoranda, correspondence, and discussions of Administration position regarding the bill.

Collection No. 2010-0384-F
In July 1993, President Clinton asked banking regulators to reform the Community Reinvestment Act. The reform helped increase lending and extended basic banking services to the inner cities and to distressed rural communities. In 1998 the Clinton Administration strongly opposed the proposed Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) and argued that its financial modernization provisions undermined the Community Reinvestment Act. In November of 1999, President Clinton signed the modified Financial Services Act of 1999 (H.R. 10) into law. The final bill addressed both privacy protections for consumers and the role of the Community Reinvestment Act. The collection consists of clippings, correspondence, emails, memoranda, statements, and talking points.

Collection No. 2007-0019-F
This collection consists of records created for incoming National Security Council (NSC) Advisor, Condalezza Rice. The records include email regarding briefings and the transition process, memorandum regarding NSC offices, and NSC Press Guidance.

Collection No. 2006-0628
This collection consists of letters of condolence from President Clinton and one letter of condolence from the First Lady to the surviving families of those who died along with the Secretary of Commerce, Ron Brown, in the crash of a United States Air Force CT-43 passenger jet in Croatia on April 3, 1996. Other material contained in this collection include lists and memos relating to memorial and funeral services, brief background information concerning the victims of the crash, and contact information pertaining to the next of kin.

Collection No. 2006-0201-F
This collection consists of records concerning the White House Conference on Culture and Diplomacy, which took place on November 28, 2000. The White House Conference on Culture grew out of the reorganization of the United States Information Agency (USIA) in October 1999. The files contain correspondence, publications, memoranda, speeches, schedules, email, and cables.

Collection No. 2009-0898-F
This collection consists of records related to the senate confirmation of George Z. Singal. Singal was a federal judge in the United States District Court for the District of Maine. He was nominated to the court by President Clinton on May 11, 2000 and was confirmed by the Senate on June 30, 2011. Mr Singal practiced law from 1970 until his appointment to the bench. This collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, resumes and and personal data questionnaires. Most of the correspondence consists of recommendation letters for George Z. Singal’s appointment to the bench.

Collection No. 2007-1469-F
This collection consists of records related to Congressional correspondence to the White House during the Clinton Administration. It primarily includes tracking reports for incoming Congressional correspondence.

Collection No. 2014-0748-F
This collection consists of email concerning the Congressional Human Rights Caucus and the Canadian First Nation’s land claims, Mrs. Tipper Gore’s appearance at a Human Rights Caucus reception, Congressional Human Rights Caucus briefing on child labor, Katharine McKee of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s testimony before the Congressional Human Rights Caucus, Congressional Human Rights Caucus briefing on sexual orientation and international human rights, the “Clinton-Gore Administration Record of Progress for Gay and Lesbian Americans,” as well as a Tom Lantos press conference on International Human Rights Resolution on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.

Collection No. 2015-1095-F
This collection consists of records from the files of National Security Council staff member Steven Andreasen regarding efforts to obtain Congressional Ratification of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) from 1997 to 1999. It contains memoranda regarding legislative strategy, a copy of the official submission to the Senate, fact sheets, and press materials.

Collection No. 2013-0540-F
This collection consists of records related to a conversation held at approximately 1741 (5:41 pm) on April 10, 1994 between Ambassador to Rwanda, David Rawson and President William J. Clinton. The records relating to this conversation consist of one cable, one email, and one set of talking points.

Collection No. 2015-1094-F
This collection consists of records related to funding levels of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). It contains correspondence from concerned citizens, response letters from the President, memorandums between White House staff about the appropriate funding levels of the CPB, and annual bound reports from the CPB submitted to the President. Email from this collection consists primarily of the 1997 Omnibus Budget. Other email includes congressional reports or news reports concerning the federal budget. A few emails concern drafts of the President’s written response to questions concerning proposals by Congress to de-fund the CPB.

Collection No. 2014-0458-F
This collection consists of National Security Council (NSC) letters, cables, and emails. Letters and cables include condolences on the death of Princess Diana. Emails contain a list of various heads of state/dignitaries who sent their congratulations to President Clinton after his 1996 re-election.

Collection No. 2008-1041-F
This collection consists of box and folder title list inventories for all Council of Environmental Quality records. Some of the topics of the folder and box titles include Earth Day, the Forest Summit, wetlands, the ecosystem, endangered species, clean cars, fisheries, and the National Park Service. There are also a list of correspondence files in chronological order and lists of administrative files related to staffing, budget and space.

This collection consists of the federal records of The President’s Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD). The PCSD, a federal advisory commission, was composed of members from the public and private sectors who represented industrial, environmental, governmental, and not-for-profit organizations with experience relating to matters of sustainable development. This collection contains briefing materials, transcripts, minutes, debriefings, agendas, logistics, and public comments related to Council meetings. This collection also includes speeches, press releases and kits, and information about public outreach (including the Kodak Project).

Collection No. 2006-1001-F
This collection consists of records related to Crescenio Arcos’ service on PFIAB (Presidential Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board). The records relate to Arcos’ appointment and vetting process. The records in this collection contain emails, memorandum, correspondence and personnel paperwork concerning Arcos’ appointment.

Collection No. 2006-0448-F
This collection consists of reports, brochures, press packets, news articles, and video tapes related to the President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection (PCCIP). The President’s Commission was established in July 1996, by Presidential Executive Order 13010 and was responsible for formulating a comprehensive national strategy for protecting the infrastructures from physical and cyber threats. It was the first national effort to address vulnerabilities created in the new information age.

Collection No. 2012-0739-F
This collection consists of records related to Cynthia A. Metzler and the Department of Labor. In the first Clinton Administration, Cynthia Metzler served as acting Deputy Secretary of Labor, Assistant Secretary of Labor for Administration & Management, Associate Administrator for Administration at GSA, and Associate Director of Presidential Personnel. Metzler served as Acting Secretary of Labor from January 1997 until her resignation in May 1997. This collection consists of articles, forms, letters, memoranda, and press releases.

This collection consists of the Subject File series for Cynthia Rice in the Domestic Policy Council. Representative files include records pertaining to childcare enhancement, child support enforcement with an emphasis on computerized state collection tools and procedures, the pursuit of employment rights for the disabled, fatherhood development, welfare reform, including budget development and legislative negotiations surrounding food stamps, Medicaid, and Welfare to Work. This series also contains records regarding $3 billion in grants awarded to states and local communities to create additional jobs for recipients of Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), which was created under the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) of 1996. The collection reflects a level of diversity indicative of the emerging communications revolution of the 1990s, containing faxes, electronic mail, “gray literature” from government and non-profit entities,…

Collection No. 2009-1414-S
This collection consists of the Subject File series for Cynthia Rice in the Domestic Policy Council. Representative files include records pertaining to childcare enhancement, child support enforcement with an emphasis on computerized state collection tools and procedures, the pursuit of employment rights for the disabled, fatherhood development, welfare reform, including budget development and legislative negotiations surrounding food stamps, Medicaid, and Welfare to Work. This series also contains records regarding $3 billion in grants awarded to states and local communities to create additional jobs for recipients of Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), which was created under the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) of 1996. The collection reflects a level of diversity indicative of the emerging communications revolution of the 1990s, containing faxes, electronic mail, “gray literature” from government and non-profit entities,…

Collection No. 2008-0212-F
This collection consists of email between staff regarding Daniel Seals’ application for an internship. Seals was granted a Presidential Management Internship in 1997, during which he served as an aide to the Assistant Secretary of Commerce and as an economic fellow for the United States Senate. The collection also includes email correspondence between Seals and Sue Bachtel, Special Assistant to the Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, regarding a possible position.

Collection No. 2011-0583-F
This collection consists of records that relate to communications and/or press strategies for David Gergen, Special Advisor to President Clinton in 1993. This records include correspondence from CBS and United States Conference of Mayors and the Advertising Council, Inc., news articles, reports, and memoranda, notes, and talking points relating to preparation for press summits, weekly communications strategies, speech and media strategies, and meeting with various members of the domestic and international press.

Collection No. 2006-0465-F
This collection contains the files of David Kusnet, Presidential Speechwriter and includes some papers of Liz Bowyer, Staff Assistant. The collections consists of drafts of the 1993 inaugural address, speeches on health care, economics, and other speeches from early in the Administration. The combined files of Kusnet and Bowyer are largely administrative in nature. A large portion of this collection consists of daily news reports, dated April 1, 1993 to February 17, 1994, compiled by the White House Office of News Analysis.

Collection No. 2011-0581-S
This collection consists of the records of David Lussier from his time in the Domestic Policy Council. Lussier was a White House Fellow in 2000 who worked with education issues relating to school violence, Hispanic education, after-school programs, teacher quality, and the fiscal year 2001 budget. David Lussier's records include fact sheets, press releases, articles, memoranda, reports, publications, emails, draft legislation, speech transcripts, and speech drafts.

Collection No. 2010-1111-S
This series contains records including memoranda, articles, outlines, publications, speeches, and handwritten notes relating to background research and drafts for the White House History Project, which was later named the Clinton Administration History Project.

Collection No. 2006-1734-F
David Shipley served as Senior Presidential Speechwriter from 1995-1997, Shipley prepared speeches for both President Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton on domestic policy issues. This collection consists of clippings, emails, faxes, memos, notes, radio addresses, speech remarks, and statements.

Collection No. 2012-0726-S
Deanne Benos worked as an Associate Director in the Domestic Policy Council from September 1999 to 2001. Her area of expertise was in law enforcement, gun control, crime prevention and related topics. She worked closely with Department of Justice personnel on these issues. Subjects include advertising, background checks, the Brady Law, Columbine and other mass shootings, the COPS program [Community Oriented Policing Services], the crime bill, cyber crime, crime events, elder crime, drug control, gun control, enforcement, injuries, polls, manufacturers, shows and trafficking, gun buy-back program, gun-free schools, ongoing federal lawsuits (John Schmidt binders), youth violence. Records consist of agendas, books and publications, briefs, emails, legislation, letters, memos, news clips, meeting notes, press releases, reports, speeches, and talking points.

Collection No. 2010-1002-F
This collection consists of documents regarding the September 17-18, 1994 delegation to Haiti. Members of this delegation included President Carter, General Colin Powell, and Senator Sam Nunn. This collections consists of cables, clippings, correspondence, press releases, reports, and talking points concerning this 1994 delegation to Haiti.

Collection No. 2006-1022-F
This collection consists of records concerning the security status of the Department of Energy and the national laboratories. With the signing and issuance of Presidential Decision Directive-61 (PDD-61), President Clinton ordered that certain steps be taken to strengthen the counterintelligence program within the Department of Energy. The records consist of various types of correspondence, press releases and reports dealing with security issues addressed in PDD-61 and the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board’s report, “Science at Its Best – Security at Its Worse.”

Collection No. 2011-0822-F
This collection consists of National Security Council (NSC) records related to the Department of Energy's implementation of its Material Protection, Control and Accounting system (MPC&A). This system was used to track and control nuclear weapons grade material in the states of the former Soviet Union (FSU) after the end of the Cold War. The collection contains NSC cables, emails, correspondence, briefing papers, schedules, and policy papers.

Collection No. 2012-0463-S
This collection consists of the records of Devorah Adler from her time in the Domestic Policy Council. Adler was Assistant Director for Health Policy from 1998 to the end of the Clinton Administration. This series highlights health care topics relating to Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), bioterrorism, alternative medicine, the Patient’s Bill of Rights, prescription drugs and labeling, privacy, the Medicare Commission, medical errors, TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families), and the Balanced Budget Refinement Act. The records include reports, press releases, schedules of Chris Jennings and the President, fact sheets, handwritten notes, memoranda, draft legislation, articles, emails, faxes, publications, and correspondence addressed to Devorah Adler or Chris Jennings from Congress, non-profit organizations, health care interest groups, private citizens, and federal agencies—specifically the Health Care Financing Administration and the…

Collection No. 2014-0323-S
Diane Limo was the Special Assistant and Office Manager for the First Lady’s operations in the Old Executive Office Building from June 1993 to February 1994. Her duties included ensuring proper protocol for official events, routing incoming faxes and ensuring the smooth operation of the First Lady’s office. This collection consists of event protocol forms that detail seating arrangements, music, food and drink requirements, and press accommodations for events at the White House from June 1993 to February 1994. The series also contains office fax logs and interoffice staff memorandums from the Office of the First Lady.

Collection No. 2009-0939-F
Diane Wood was appointed to two positions during the Clinton administration. She was nominated and confirmed as a judge on the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit on June 30th, 1995. Prior to her confirmation she served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General for international, appellate, and policy in the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice from 1993-1995. This collection consists of correspondence from the public regarding their approval or objection to the nomination of Diane Wood to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals. Also includes resumes, articles authored by Wood, questionnaires, and press releases in preparation for her March 1995 nomination and her appointment to the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice. She is was also the subject of memos sent to President Clinton recommending her for the position of Judge of the 7th Circuit.

Collection No. 2011-0425-F
This collection consists of photographs of advisor Dick Morris from the years 1995 and 1996. The photographs come from meetings, briefings, and receiving lines involving advisor Dick Morris, President Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and senior staff policy advisors.

Collection No. 2006-0522-F
This collection was made available via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The FOIA request was for all correspondence between President Clinton and Dick Morris, a political advisor and a campaign manager for President Clinton’s re-election. The correspondence letters from President Clinton to Dick Morris consist of happy birthday greetings, letters thanking Dick Morris for presents received, and a letter of condolence, following the death of Dick Morris’ mother. There are also routine drafts and memos, from White House staff, relating to the preparation and delivery of these letters. Correspondences from Dick Morris to President Clinton are in the form of brief notes and memos. The notes are relating to gifts sent on a couple of occasions to the President from Dick Morris. One memo is related to a political appointment within the Department of Health and Human Services and the other memo is related to the fiscal difficulties experienced by Amtrak and the proposal that a…

Collection No. 2009-0670-F
This is a video recording of President Clinton making remarks for the Direct Selling Association. President Clinton delivered a video message for this organization on September 23, 1996 from the White House.

Collection No. 2007-0143-F Segment 1
This collection consists of email, press releases, daily briefings, weekly reports, and legislative reports, concerning American’s with Disabilities. Topics include the Presidential Task Force on Employment of Adults with Disabilities, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, the disability community, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Collection No. 2011-0916-S
This collection consists of miscellaneous records originating from the White House Domestic Policy Council during 1995-1997. The records highlight topics relating to teen pregnancy, welfare reform, youth violence, and executive branch agency programs and policies intended to benefit young children. The records include memoranda, reports, articles, survey data, press releases, speeches, correspondence, talking points, and statements of administration policy.

Collection No. 2006-0458-F
This collection consists of records of Donald Baer. Baer was Assistant to the President and White House Director of Strategic Planning and Communications. He worked at the White House from 1994-1998 as Chief Speechwriter/Director of Speechwriting and Research and then worked in the Communications Office. The records contain copies of speeches, speech drafts, talking points, letters, notes, memoranda, background material, correspondence, reports, excerpts from manuscripts and books, news articles, presidential schedules, telephone message forms, and telephone call lists

Collection No. 2006-0218-F
This collection consists of records concerning Donald Steinberg, Senior Director for African Affairs on the National Security Council, and the policy of the Clinton Administration towards Rwanda from 1993 to 1994. These records include reports, memos, correspondence, press briefings, and United Nations documents. The topics include humanitarian assistance rendered by the United States, information regarding the legal issues such as the application of the War Powers Act to Rwanda, genocide, press coverage of Rwanda, and the incoming Rwandan government.

Collection No. 2015-0940-F
This collection consists of records related to Donald Trump or the Trump Organization. This collection consists of an invitation for the President to attend a charity dinner in Atlantic City, an autographed copy of Mr. Trump’s 1987 book The Art of the Deal, press briefing material that briefly mentions Mr. Trump in connection with the upcoming 2000 election, and email concerning notes sent from President Clinton to Trump on the occasion of his birthday. The emails also include reference to Trump’s campaign for President in 2000. This collection also contains printed database entries concerning Trump’s invitations to White House events and a photo-op Donald Trump shared with the President at the Trump Towers in New York.

Collection No. 2012-0255-S
This collection consists of the subject files of Dorothy Karayannis Craft from her time in the Domestic Policy Council. Craft was Executive Assistant to the Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy from 1995 to 1997. This series of subject files highlights topics relating to Clinton Administration accomplishments, teen pregnancy, and child and family welfare. The records include reports, memoranda, articles, correspondence, and fact sheets.

Collection No. 2006-0948-F
This collection consists of email, cables, and reports of the aftermath from November 9, 1998, when a Colombian Air Force plane that landed in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, was discovered to contain over 700 separate packets of cocaine. Many of the cables summarize Colombian newspaper articles and television reports about the discovery of drugs on the plane and the reaction by the Colombian government. The Colombian press attacked the corruption in the Columbian armed forces and officially dubbed the Colombia Air Force, the “Blue Cartel.”

Collection No. 2007-0659-F
This collection concerns the term “earmark” as it pertains to communications about specific project funding between US Congressional Representative(s) and the President or a White House staff office. The records consist of briefing papers, drafts, emails, letters, memos, and routing forms. Topics include aircraft simulator procurement, bridge and highway construction, deficit reduction, foreign aid appropriations, nuclear research facilities, radioactive tailing cleanup, Saving America’s Treasures program, state and territory land and water conservation, tourism, and youth employment programs.

Collection No. 2011-0504-F
This collection consists of records concerning the White House Easter Egg Roll held on the South Lawn of the White House since 1878. This collection specifically concerns the 1998 Easter Egg Roll that was broadcast over the Internet. The records consist of contracts, correspondents, and press between the participants in the broadcast: The White House Visitor's Office, The National Park Service, and Earthlink. It was the largest cybercast of its kind and provided children across the nation with the opportunity to the watch Easter Egg Roll for the first time.

Collection No. 2006-1024-F
This collection consists of records concerning economic intelligence. The foreign business community suspected the United States of collecting economic intelligence - allegedly to benefit U.S. businesses. Response to the allegations are addressed in this collection's press guidance and public statements. This collection contains articles, correspondence, press briefings, reports, and background information aimed at defining the appropriate use of economic intelligence by the U.S. government.

Collection No. 2014-0781-F
This collection consists of editorial cartoons related to the First Lady, Whitewater, Healthcare Reform, and Monica Lewinsky. Responsive clippings of political cartoonists' work were collected by the White House Office of Records Management, the Chief of Staff's Office, Oval Office Operations, the Health Care Task Force, and the First Lady's Office in eighteen folders.

Collection No. 2009-0886-F
This collection consists of records related to President Clinton's educational reforms, specifically the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), Goals 2000, Improving's America's Schools Act (IASA), national standards, and test initiatives. It primarily contains background materials and correspondence concerning budget allocation, implementation, legislative strategy, and proposals for education reform.

Collection No. 2006-0471-F
This collection consists of the speechwriting files of Edward (“Ted”) Widmer. Widmer served as Speechwriter (mainly on foreign policy) to President Clinton from 1997-2000. He composed remarks for subjects dealing with such countries as China, Russia, Senegal, Argentina, Northern Ireland, Venezuela, Turkey, Mexico, and Great Britain. The records in this collection include speech drafts, memoranda, reports, papers, handwritten notes, background materials, and schedules. Widmer’s scrawl can be found on napkins, note cards, and the back of other documents; extensive revisions by President Clinton are sprinkled throughout the material.

Collection No. 2009-0736-F
This collection consists of records relating to the presidential pardon of Edward Downe, Jr. In 1992, the Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC] charged Downe, a former director of the Bear Stearns investment firm of providing inside information to friends and family in order to make illegal stock trades in the late 1980’s. The records in this collection contain the petition for a pardon, character afffidavits, and correspondence in support of the petition.

Collection No. 2014-0046-S
This collection consists of the records of Elizabeth Drye from her time in the Domestic Policy Council. Drye was Chief of Staff from February 1996 to August 1997. This series highlights topics relating to tobacco, human radiation experiments, FDA reform, health care, cloning, food safety, pesticides, and transportation issues including blood alcohol levels, seatbelts, airbags, and aggressive drivers. The records include memoranda, faxes, reports, emails, news articles, Elizabeth Drye’s handwritten notes, Chief of Staff meeting agendas, monthly calendars of the President and Vice President, and First Lady’s schedules. The collection also contains correspondence addressed to the President, Carol Rasco, Bruce Reed, and Elizabeth Drye from Congress, state Attorneys General, the Department of Justice, the Food and Drug Administration, the Department of Agriculture, and various other federal agencies.

Collection No. 2014-0908-F
This collection consists of records concerning the sale and settlement the Elk Hills Petroleum Reserve in 1998. It contains correspondence, emails, news articles, briefing materials and memoranda about the sale. The records discussions regarding the division of the proceeds, legislative negotiations, draft legislation, public Presidential statements, and press coverage.

Collection No. 2006-1015-F
This collection consists of records Records relating to Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr. and his service on the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. Records relating to Zumwalt’s appointment and service on the PFIAB are primarily administrative in nature. However, there are other records such as correspondence between Zumwalt and White House Staff regarding the Special Oversight Board, Agent Orange, and other issues related to the Vietnam conflict and forms, letters, memoranda, press, profiles, and resumes concerning Admiral Zumwalt’s appointment to the PFIAB. Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr., also known as Bud, was appointed to the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB) in September 1998. Zumwalt served on the Board until his death in January 2000.

Collection No. 2007-1596-F
This collection consists of materials related to the suicide bombings of the United States Embassies in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya on August 7, 1998 and the subsequent August 20, 1998 Operation Infinite Reach airstrikes against suspected al-Qa’ida facilities in Afghanistan and Sudan. The records include reports, memoranda, correspondence, and press materials regarding the bombings, Operation Infinite Reach, and the emergency supplemental funding that Congress passed to cover medical expenses, victim compensation, and additional embassy security measures.

Collection No. 2013-0717-S
This collection consists of the files of Eric Liu, the Deputy Director of Domestic Policy from 1999-2000. It contains notes, memorandums, correspondence, speech drafts and legislative policy plans for the final year of the Clinton administration. It topics include: the budgeting and appropriations process, campaign finance reform, civil rights issues, crime and gun control, education, the Family and Medical Leave Act, food safety, gay rights, hate crimes legislation, health care, immigration, philanthropy, national service, tobacco lawsuits, welfare to work issues, and school shootings. The collection also contains extensive notes, drafts and mark-ups for President Clinton’s 1999 State of the Union speech.

Collection No. 2012-1036-S
The collection consists of the subject files of Eric Massey, who served in the First Lady's Office as Researcher from 1999-2000. This series contains materials relating to the First Lady’s schedule and events, mostly during 1999 and 2000, the First Lady’s foreign travel, invitations to speak at various functions and events, the First Lady’s remarks as recorded on video, and speeches. The subjects contained in the records include women’s issues, children’s issues, charities, and health care. The collection consists of speech drafts, notes, faxes, news reports, pamphlets, and correspondence.

Collection No. 2011-0619-S
This collection consists of records related to events on health care, education, women, and welfare that First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton attended from 1997-1999. The collection consists of correspondence, the First Lady's schedules, fact sheets, press releases, articles, memoranda, reports, publications, emails, conference and meeting agendas and attendee lists, speech drafts, and speech transcripts.

Collection No. 2015-0968-S
This collection consists of the records of Erika Batcheller from her time in the First Lady’s Office. Batcheller served as Deputy Press Secretary for the First Lady’s Office from 2000-2001, where she promoted initiatives related to women, children, health care and the arts, among other policy efforts. This collection includes primarily press inquiries for filming and events involving the First Lady at the White House. In addition, it also contains emails, memos, faxes, press releases, schedules, lists of participants, biographical information, press inquiry logs, conference materials, and publications.

Collection No. 2013-1073-F
This collection contains records regarding the appointment of Erin Kathleen Bilbray to positions in the Department of Commerce. Topics covered are Bilbray’s work record, experience, and accomplishments and consist of forms, letters, memos, and resumes.

Collection No. 2009-0774-F
This request consists of photographs of President Clinton awarding the National Medal of Arts and Humanities to Ernest J. Gaines at a ceremony at DAR Constitution Hall on December 20, 2000. These photos document the award ceremony and the dinner afterwards at the White House. Gaines is a fiction author and Louisiana native.

Collection No. 2011-1036-F
This collection consists of records concerning Estonia during the Clinton Administration. A huge portion of the collection is centered around the final withdrawal of Russian troops from the newly independent Estonia (the last remaining contingent of Russian troops left in August 1994) and Hillary Clinton’s visit to the country (which occurred in the summer of 1996). The records in this collection include ratified treaties, memoranda, schedules, diagrams, reports, press releases, lists, newspaper articles, and notes.

Collection No. 2006-0199-F
This collection consists primarily of email and records from the National Security Council concerning Evelyn Lieberman’s appointment as Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy. Prior to her arrival at the Department of State, Evelyn Lieberman served as a Senior Advisor to the Secretary of State, Director of the Voice of America and Assistant to the President/Deputy White House Chief of Staff in the Clinton Administration. Upon her appointment as Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy on October 1, 1999, Lieberman’s main task was to oversee the integration of the former United States Information Agency (USIA) into the Department of State’s Bureau of Public Affairs.

Collection No. 2006-0212-F
This collection consists of records concerning Evelyn Lieberman who served as a member of the United States Information Agency (USIA). Lieberman was the Director of Voice of America (VOA) from 1997 to 1998 and Director of the International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB) until 1999. The records include email regarding press statements and the merging of USIA and the Department of State in 1999. Also included are email about the bureaucratic relations between the National Security Council (NSC), the USIA, and the Department of State.

Collection No. 2006-0328-F
This collection consists of records pertaining to Executive Order 12875, “Enhancing the Intergovernmental Partnership”. The records include correspondence, note cards, copies of the executive order, talking points, and memoranda.

Collection No. 2006-0357-F
This collection consists of records pertaining to Executive Order 13083, “Federalism”. The records include correspondence, statements, memoranda, email and copies of Executive Order 13083.

Collection No. 2006-0358-F
This collection consists of records pertaining to Executive Order 13095, which suspended Executive Order 13083, “Federalism”. The records include correspondence, press releases, press briefings and copies of the Executive Order.

Collection No. 2011-0168-F
This collection consists of records related to Executive Order 13107 – Implementation of Human Rights Treaties. It includes memos related to the presentation of the executive order and the drafting of same. The majority of memos and e-mail concern the Universal Declaration on Human Rights (UDHR) 50th anniversary event. The collection also contains memos, e-mail, correspondence, agenda, and summary of conclusions related to the Interagency Working Group on the Implementation of Human Rights Treaties.

Collection No. 2006-0175-F
This collection consists of documents concerning the Sharable Content/Courseware Reference Model (SCORM), Executive Order 13111, and The President’s Task Force on Training Technology. SCORM is a collection of standards and specifications for web-based e-learning. The files contain correspondence, background materials, resumes, memoranda, email, and copies of Executive Order 13111 concerning the creation of The President’s Task Force on Federal Training Technology.

Collection No. 2006-0359-F
This collection consists of correspondence, reports, email, press releases, Presidential statements, and memoranda concerning Executive Order 13132, “Federalism.”

Collection No. 2006-0220-F
This collection consists of records concerning the Clinton Administration’s policies on fair housing. The records include memos, letters, speeches, correspondence, and testimonies. The records include material from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Cabinet Affairs, and Legislative Affairs. The topics covered by these records include the enforcement of Fair Housing Act of 1968, the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA), and HUD’s involvement in Welfare to Work programs. There are also records concerning two secretaries of HUD, Henry Cisneros and Andrew Cuomo.

Collection No. 2009-0387-F
This collection consists of records concerning HUD (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development) housing in Beaumont and Vidor, Texas and Moving to Opportunity. The records include a note and memoranda, news articles, and remarks by HUD Secretary Henry G. Cisneros. The note relates to the integration of public housing in Vidor, Texas. The memorandum is from Henry Cisneros and also contains information on the integration efforts for public housing in Vidor, Texas.

Collection No. 2008-0941-F
This collection consists of material regarding the televised Farewell Address given from the Oval Office on January 18, 2001, and the President’s Farewell Address to White House staff at Andrews Air Force Base on January 21, 2001. This collection consists primarily of email, more specifically, the email includes speech drafts sent to or from Jeff Shesol.

Collection No. 2013-0377-F
This collection consists of material regarding FEMA [Federal Emergency Management Agency] denials for disaster relief for specific states and dates. When a disaster hits a state; rain, snow, floods, tornados, fires, etc., the governor of the state sends a request to FEMA and the President requesting that a disaster be declared for the state and/or specific counties hardest hit. The governor’s request is for federal funds to be made available to help the state recover from any damages caused by the disaster. FEMA sends a memo and a report to the President and the Governor of the state with their recommendation of whether or not the disaster declaration should be approved or denied. The records in this collection include correspondence, memos, reports, proclamations, lists, and maps.

Collection No. 2009-0362-F
This collection consists of oral interview transcripts of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) employees recorded for the Clinton Administration History Project in 2000. Employees were asked to describe how they thought the public perceived the Agency, and what changes both good or bad had occurred during the Clinton Administration. Employees across the Agency were interviewed. There are 53 employees interviews, including the FEMA director, James Lee Witt.

Collection No. 2008-1034-F
This collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, reports, and logs highlighting the successful effort of Fife Symington to obtain a pardon from President Clinton before he left office. A Republican, the former Governor of Arizona was a staunch supporter (as the records found here attest to) of two of Clinton’s groundbreaking legislative initiatives: NAFTA and welfare reform.

Collection No. 2015-1097-F
This collection consists of films screened at the White House, Camp David, and Air Force One by President Clinton. The collection consists of diary entries and photo search results.

Collection No. 2015-0986-S
This collection consists primarily of information packets, books, and pamphlets from the files of the First Lady’s Office. These records are records that were mailed to and received by the First Lady’s Office early in the Administration, dating from 1992 and 1993. The information packets contain information related to Health Care including publications and handouts concerning health initiatives, medical associations, rehabilitation programs, nursing programs, and hospitals. These packets also contain materials concerning universities, colleges, college preparatory schools, community action programs, local theaters and art shows. In addition, the collection contains records on these related subjects: health care, women’s initiatives, business, and education.

Collection No. 2012-1004-S
Within the First Lady’s Office, Speechwriting assisted with the writing and editing of the speeches given by the First Lady at various events and on various trips. This collection highlights topics relating to the arts and humanities, women’s issues and organizations, medical issues and organizations, health care, the economy, the military, and the efforts of the First Lady on behalf of candidates running in the 1994 midterm elections. It contains speeches given by the First Lady, and speeches given by President Clinton and Ira Magaziner, to a wide variety of organizations and audiences during 1994. The records include memos, notes, speech drafts, talking points, pamphlets, articles, correspondence, and newsletters.

Collection No. 2006-1194-F
This collection includes briefing papers for July 2, 1993 concerning a statement on the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC) Report. Topics also include meeting with the foreign press, the Media Opinion Leaders luncheon, video taping/radio address taping, and a private dinner event at the White House.

Collection No. 2015-0479-F
This collection consists of folder title lists created by or for Paul Begala, Bill Burton, Mike McCurry, Rahm Emanuel, Morton Halperin, Harold Ickes, Bruce Lindsey, Cheryl Mills, Jack Quinn, Bruce Reed, Steven Ricchetti, Martha Scott, Craig Smith, Nancy Soderberg, George Stephanopoulos, and Karen Tramontano. This collection consists of these folder title lists for all records maintained by the previously named White House staffers.

Collection No. 2008-1184-F Segment 1
This collection consists of records regarding relations with France during the Clinton Administration. Despite areas of tension on nuclear testing and economic matters, President Clinton enjoyed a constructing working relationship with French Presidents Francois Mitterand and Jacques Chirac and cooperation on humanitarian, United Nations, and NATO activities. President Clinton also visited France five times during his eight years in office. The records in this collection include correspondence, memoranda, press materials, reports, briefing papers, speeches, and publications.

Collection No. 2008-1185-F
This collection consists of the subject file on France from the White House Office of Records Management's (WHORM). The files contain correspondence, speech drafts and schedules, including correspondence between President Clinton and French President Jacques Chirac (1995 - 2007). The schedule for President Chirac's 1996 visit to the White House is also included.

Collection No. 2008-1184-F Segment 2
This collection consists of records of the National Security Council (NSC) related to France; or trips by the President of the United States or by the National Security Advisor to France. Much of this segment is related to the trips of President Clinton to France. Clinton made five trips to France during his administration: June 6-8, 1994, December 14, 1995, June 27-29, 1996, May 26-27, 1998 and Clinton’s last trip to France was June 16-17, 1999. Many of the open records related to these trips include scenesetters and background papers to prepare the president for meetings and events. There are also a large number of press releases and open Press office documents related to these trips. This collection is the second segment of FOIA 2008-1184-F. The first segment of this collection was released on April 18, 2014.

Collection No. 2006-1136-F Segment 1
This collection consists of records related to Franco-American relations. As the nature of the FOIA request deals heavily with international relations, a majority of the records are closed for national security reasons. The materials open in the NSC Cables deal primarily with economic studies and economic reports related to French industry. There are also a number of reports from open source print and electronic media related to political, social, and economic activities in France.

Collection No. 2006-1019-F
This collection consists of materials related to Frank Fountain, a member of the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB). It includes letters, email, and cables. Some of the records within this FOIA came from personnel files, which result in many closures related to personal privacy.

Collection No. 2007-0422-F
This collection consists of records relating to Frank Vera. The records consist of correspondence to, from, or about Frank Vera regarding Vera’s request for help from President Clinton and the Department of Veterans Affairs regarding the possible radioactive contamination of the water at Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino, California. The base was in operation from 1942 until 1994.

Collection No. 2014-0070-F
This collection consists of records related to the appointment of Gary Kenneth King to the Department of Energy. In 1998, King became the Policy Advisor to the Assistant Secretary for Environmental Management at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) in Washington, D.C. Within a year, he became the Department’s Director of the Office of Worker and Community Transition. This collection consists of correspondence relating to the recommendation of Gary King to serve on the President’s Committee of Advisors on Science and Technology, memos from the Department of Energy, Presidential Personnel, and the Counsel’s office regarding Mr. King’s approval for the appointment. The records also contain candidate summary forms and resumes.

Collection No. 2011-0255-S
This collection consists of Gaynor McCown’s Domestic Policy Council Printed Materials series of records related to education, children and family welfare, safe and drug free schools, and the budget. This collection consists of memoranda, pamphlets, reports, and books.

Collection No. 2011-0225-S
This collection consists of Gaynor McCown’s Domestic Policy Council Subject series of records related to education accomplishments, student loans, state partnerships, safe and drug free schools, budget, youth initiatives, community outreach, reinventing government, and student organizations. This collection consists of talking points, reports, publications, draft legislation, memoranda, articles, correspondence, email, schedules, meeting agendas, speech transcripts, and handwritten notes

Collection No. 2006-0227-F
This collection consists of material related to gays in the military from January 20, 1993 through July 31, 1993. The records include correspondence, reports, memoranda, and email, and deal with the development of the policy that became known as "Don't Ask, Don't Tell". These records include documents describing the policy proposals made by Senator Sam Nunn and Representative Barney Frank, and the various legal cases of military personnel being discharged for admitting their homosexuality. Also included are letters from the public and from members of Congress expressing their views on the issue.

Collection No. 2013-0151-F
This collection consists of records related to the gender gap and voting trends in the Clinton Administration. This collection consists of agendas, articles, briefing papers, drafts, emails, lists, memoranda, press releases, public opinion polls, reports, and talking points concerning several women’s organizations (EMILY’s List, the Women’s Vote Project ’96, and the Institute for Women’s Policy Research) and also voting trends during the 1996 presidential campaign, the 2000 presidential campaigns, and various congressional campaigns.

Collection No. 2010-0722-F
This collection consists of a cable transcript of the March 2, 1993, press conference given by Douglas Newkirk, the assistant United States Trade Representative (USTR), regarding negotiations with China and their rejoining the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).

Collection No. 2006-0647-F
This collection consists of records describing the ethnic cleansing that took place in Bosnia and Herzegovina around the town of Srebrenica in July 1995. The massacre of 8,000 Bosnian Muslims that occurred in Srebrenica is the largest mass murder in Europe since World War II. The International Court of Justice (ICJ) deemed it an act of genocide. This collection consists of memoranda, reports, handwritten notes, newspaper articles, correspondence, talking points, cables, and press guidance. A highlight of the records concerns the efforts of the United States and its European allies to bring the perpetrators of genocidal crimes to justice.

Collection No. 2006-0211-F
This collection consists of records relating to Geoffrey Cowan, Director of Voice of America (VOA). Cowan was appointed in 1994. The records in this collection include correspondence, press releases, wire reports, schedules, invitations and United States Information Agency (USIA) weekly reports. Some of the topics covered include Radio/TV Marti, Haitian Radio Support Projects, Balkans Public Diplomacy Group, and the Africa Trip Press Tongs.

Collection No. 2008-1502-F
This collection consists of photos of President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton attending the Women's Gymnastics Artistic final on July 25, 1996 during the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, GA. The photos show President Clinton seated and conversing with writer George Plimpton at the Olympic Games. Plimpton later interviewed President Clinton on Air Force One on the way back from the Olympic Games for a piece in Sports Illustrated.

Collection No. 2012-0863-F
This collection consists of records related to information about knives, swords and cutlery that President Clinton received while in office. The records in this collections include White House gift records and an inventory list created from a query in the museum database.

Collection No. 2006-0226-F
This collection consists of materials related to White House communication between January 01, 2000 and January 20, 2001 regarding Vice President Gore's campaign for President. It consists of correspondence, memoranda, speech drafts, and schedules related to various aspects of the campaign."

Collection No. 2009-0862-F
This collection consists of a video recording of President Clinton and Vice President Gore on August 3, 1993 giving remarks upon signing the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993. Representative John Conyers and Senator William Roth make brief remarks after the President signs the bill. Video ends with President Clinton in a brief exchange with reporters.

Collection No. 2011-0426-F
This collection consists of photographs of budget meetings at the White House including: President Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, Sec. Robert Rubin, Sen. Bob Dole, Rep. Newt Gingrich, Rep. Dick Armey, Sen. Tom Daschle, Rep. Richard Gephardt, Leon Panetta, and others. The meetings at the White House were negotiations to solve the budget impasse and government shutdown. The photos are from 1995 and 1996

Collection No. 2009-0010-F
This collection consists of records related to Grand Ayatollah Muhammad Muhammad al-Sadr, a prominent Shi’ite cleric in southern Iraq who became a leader in the opposition to Sadaam Hussein and the Baath Party. This collection contains press materials, emails, cables, correspondence, and memoranda. Most of these records concern the assassination of the Ayatollah in February 1999.

Collection No. 2006-0193-F
This collection consists of records related to Guam. These records discuss Guam’s political status, proposed legislation (namely the Guam Commonwealth Act), economic development, tourism, the United States Military’s use of land in Guam, immigration, and President William J. Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton’s visits to Guam. This collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, press clippings, reports, and speeches concerning Guam.

Collection No. 2015-0195-F
This collection consists of records concerning Judge Guido Calabresi, Second Circuit Court of Appeals. This collection consists of forms, reports, statements, memoranda, lists, newspaper articles, resumes, email, and correspondence related to Calabresi’s appointment and rulings as Judge on the Second Circuit.

Collection No. 2006-0187-F
This collection contains materials from the White House staff office of the National Security Council (NSC), from 1994. Records include correspondence, memoranda, newspaper articles, press releases, reports, and talking points. The majority of the materials are letters from President Clinton to various members of Congress. The President's letters are in response to congressional members whose original correspondence questioned the President's authority to use force without prior approval by Congress. Talking points explain the arguments for military intervention to various groups that the President met at the White House, including the Congressional Black Caucus, or to various news organizations and wire services. Reports include the justification of economic fund transfers in support of the reconstruction of Haiti, the public affairs strategy for possible military intervention, or the notification to Congress as required by the War Powers Resolution, when U.S. forces were deployed.

Collection No. 2013-0983-F
This collection consists of records related to Haiti from 1993 through 2000 including immigration policy, diplomacy, the 1994 military intervention, and refugee issues. It contains correspondence to and from Congress, correspondence with activists and concerned citizens, memoranda, speeches, talking points, and administrative reports.

Collection No. 2011-0283-F
This collection consists of records related to the December 1995 military conflict between Eritrea and Yemen over the islands of the Zukar-Hanish archipelago in the Red Sea. It contains National Security Council staff member files, NSC Cables, NSC E-Mails and other correspondence, briefings and policy papers.

Collection No. 2006-1002-F
This collection consists of records relating to Harold W. Pote and his service on the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. Clinton Presidential Records relating to Harold W. Pote consist largely of personnel files relating to Pote’s appointment as a member of the PFIAB. Pote was re-appointed to the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board by President William Jefferson Clinton on September 30, 1993 and served throughout the Administration.

Collection No. 2010-0450-F
This collection consists of records related to Hazel O’Leary, who served as Secretary of the Department of Energy from January 22, 1993 until January 20, 1997. O’Leary was the first female and the first African-American to hold that position. The records in this collection contain memoranda, letters, reports and press articles. Topics include foreign travel by O’Leary and her staff, including trade missions to India, Pakistan, China, and South Africa, and agreements with foreign governments for the peaceful uses of nuclear energy.

Collection No. 2006-0223-F
This collection consists largely of the First Lady’s Office files that include memos, background files, and meeting notes concerning the formation and actions of the Health Care Taskforce and working groups. These files include records pertaining to the Health Care Taskforce and working group development; the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons lawsuit brought against Hillary Clinton; and the final Report on Health Care Reform. Files also contain correspondence concerning President Clinton’s decision to appoint the First Lady to chair the Health Care Taskforce.

Collection No. 2006-0225-F
This collection consists of correspondence between the White House and Congress from July 1993 through December 1993 relating to the Health Care Task Force. The topics covered by this collection are health care form, specifically funding of the new plan, loss of revenue for physicians and individual coverage.

The White House Health Care Interdepartmental Working Group was created to gather information on previous health care reform initiatives, generate ideas, and formulate alternative options and present those options for consideration by the Task Force on National Health Care Reform. The Interdepartmental Working Group records consist of documents used, created, received, and maintained by more than 500 working group participants. The collection is arranged in the following six series: Participant’s Working Papers, Briefing Books, Tollgate Books, Audit Groups, Documents Not Produced, and Computer Disks.

Collection No. 2006-0810-F Segment 1
This collection consists of records related to Hillary Rodham Clinton's Health Care Reform Files, 1993-1996. First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton served as the Chair of the President's Task Force on National Health Care Reform. The files contain reports, memoranda, correspondence, schedules, and news clippings. These materials discuss topics such as the proposed health care plan, the need for health care reform, benefits packages, Medicare, Medicaid, events in support of the Administration's plan, and other health care reform proposals. Furthermore, this material includes draft reports from the White House Health Care Interdepartmental Working Group, formed to advise the Health Care Task Force on the reform plan.

Collection No. 2006-0810-F Segment 2
This collection consists of records related to Hillary Rodham Clinton's Health Care Reform Files, 1993-1996. First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton served as the Chair of the President's Task Force on National Health Care Reform. The files contain reports, memoranda, correspondence, schedules, and news clippings. These materials discuss topics such as the proposed health care plan, the need for health care reform, benefits packages, Medicare, Medicaid, events in support of the Administration's plan, and other health care reform proposals. Furthermore, this material includes draft reports from the White House Health Care Interdepartmental Working Group, formed to advise the Health Care Task Force on the reform plan.

Collection No. 2006-0885-F Segment 1
This collection consists of Ira Magaziner’s Health Care Task Force files including: correspondence, reports, news clippings, press releases, and publications. Ira Magaziner a Senior Advisor to President Clinton for Policy Development was heavily involved in health care reform. Magaziner assisted the Task Force by coordinating health care policy development through numerous working groups. Magaziner and the First Lady were the President’s primary advisors on health care. The Health Care Task Force eventually produced the administration’s health care plan, introduced to Congress as the Health Security Act. This bill failed to pass in 1994.

Collection No. 2006-0885-F Segment 2
This collection consists of records describing the efforts of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton to get health care reform through Congress. This collection consists of correspondence, newspaper and magazine articles, memos, papers, and reports. A significant feature of the records are letters from constituents describing their feelings about health care reform and disastrous financial situations they found themselves in as the result of inadequate or inappropriate health insurance coverage.

Collection No. 2006-0885-F Segment 3
The majority of the records in this collection consist of reports, polls, and surveys concerning nearly all aspects of health care; many letters from the public, medical professionals and organizations, and legislators to the Task Force concerning its mission; as well as the telephone message logs of the Task Force.

Collection No. 2006-0885-F Segment 4
This collection consists of records describing the efforts of the Clinton Administration to pass the Health Security Act, which would have reformed the health care system of the United States. This collection contains memoranda, correspondence, handwritten notes, reports, charts, graphs, bills, drafts, booklets, pamphlets, lists, press releases, schedules, newspaper articles, and faxes. The collection contains lists of experts from the field of medicine willing to testify to the viability of the Health Security Act. Much of the remaining material duplicates records from the previous segments.

Collection No. 2006-0885-F Segment 5
This collection of the Health Care Task Force records consists of materials from the files of Robert Boorstin, Alice Dunscomb, Richard Veloz and Walter Zelman. The files contain memoranda, correspondence, handwritten notes, reports, charts, graphs, bills, drafts, booklets, pamphlets, lists, press releases, schedules, statements, surveys, newspaper articles, and faxes. Much of the material in this segment duplicates records from the previous segments.

Collection No. 2006-0885-F Segment 6
This collection consists of the files of the Health Care Task Force (HCTF), focusing on material from Jack Lew and Lynn Margherio. Lew’s records reflect a preoccupation with figures, statistics, and calculations of all sorts. Graphs and charts abound on the effect reform of the health care system would have on the federal budget. Margherio, a Senior Policy Analyst on the Domestic Policy Council, has documents such as: memoranda, notes, summaries, and articles on individuals (largely doctors) deemed to be experts on the Health Security Act of 1993 qualified to travel across the country and speak to groups in glowing terms about the groundbreaking initiative put forward by President Clinton in his first year in the White House.

Collection No. 2006-0885-F Segment 7
This collection consists of records related to the Health Care Task Force. It contains articles, briefing papers, news clippings, lists, memoranda, notes, presentations, press reports, statements, and talking points from the Staff and Office files of Catherine Balsam-Schwaber, and Steven Edelstein. The records concern the Health Security Act and Congressional action on Health Care Reform.

Collection No. 2006-0885-F Segment 8
This collection consists of records dealing with the attempt of the Clinton Administration to transform the health care system of the United States. The material in Segment 8 focuses on the Staff and Office Files of Arnold Epstein, Charlotte Hayes, Paul Jamieson, Kelcey Kintner, Amanda Merryman, Meeghan Prunty, and Jason Solomon. The records include reports, drafts of speeches, talking points, press releases, vmemoranda, newspaper articles, handwritten notes, statistical charts, publications, and correspondence. The documents highlight the history of health care, the “Health Care Express Tour,” and other proposed health care legislation.

Collection No. 2006-0885-F Segment 9
This collection consists of the first portion of the Health Care Task Force's Delivery Room Central Files, also referred to as the General Files. These alphabetized folders contain records concerning a variety of issues associated with health care reform in 1993 and 1994. The records primarily contains press clippings and other reference material (such as analysis, publications, correspondence, legislative materials, press materials, notes, position papers, reports, and scheduling materials).

Collection No. 2012-0254-S
This collection consists of the subject files of Heather Howard from her time in the Domestic Policy Council. Howard was Associate Director for Domestic Policy from 2000 to the end of the Administration who specialized in children and family issues relating to abortion, partial birth abortion, consumer product safety, prescription drugs, mental health, and violence against women. Heather Howard’s records include reports, handwritten notes, memoranda, draft legislation, articles, emails, faxes, publications, and correspondence.

Collection No. 2008-0700-F
This collection consists of speeches, drafts, correspondence, and background research from the files of Heather Hurlburt. Hurlburt worked as Special Assistant and Speechwriter to President Clinton; her speechwriting files date from 1999-2001.She wrote primarily on domestic issues and prepared remarks for policy speeches, radio addresses, commencements, video remarks, award ceremonies, and tributes.

Collection No. 2009-0895-F
This collection consists of a letter with newspaper clippings from Helen Hamman to President Clinton regarding her father, Don C. Smith, former Director of the Red Cross pre-WWII, and his deathbed confession of a conversation he had with President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Collection No. 2006-0482-F
This collection consists of correspondence between President Clinton and Henry Diamond. Diamond was a member of the American Conservation Association. Also included are internal White House email concerning President Clinton’s response to a letter sent to him by four members of the Association.

Collection No. 2006-1449-F
This collection consists of correspondence between President Clinton and Henry Kissinger. It also contains a copy of a speech, news clips, and memoranda. The correspondence contains appreciation and endorsement letters, and a get well letter from President Clinton to Henry Kissinger after his heart attack. The speech and news clips are on globalization. The memoranda transmits the memorandum of conversation to the NSC Executive Secretary to be filed for an official record.

Collection No. 2006-0198-F Segment 1
This collection consists of the First Lady’s daily schedule including meetings, trips, speaking engagements and social activities for the eight years of the Clinton Administration.

Collection No. 2006-0198-F Segment 2
This collection consists of the First Lady’s daily schedule including meetings, trips, speaking engagements and social activities for the eight years of the Clinton Administration. These are dates for which Patti Solis Doyle did not have schedules, 2006-0198-F (segment 1).

Collection No. 2006-0198-F Segment 4
This collection consists of records regarding conferences and events attended and hosted by the First Lady, Hillary Rodham Clinton. The key events in this collection consist of the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women, Vital Voices, Beijing +5, and the Early Childhood Development Conference. A majority of the records consist of planning materials, speech drafts, travel arrangements, and budgets for the events.

Collection No. 2006-0224-F
This collection consists of records relating to Hillary Clinton’s New York Senate Campaign. The records included in this collection are draft schedules, press clippings, memos, event attendee lists and email. The collection also consists of records created by White House staff members that reference the campaign.

Collection No. 2006-0503-F
This collection contains transcripts, correspondence, general information, and invitations related to a speech given by the First Lady at Forum 2000 in Prague, Czech Republic on October 13, 1998. The event was the second in a series of conferences that Vaclav Havel, President of the Czech Republic, hosted to discuss the challenges of the new millennium. Mrs. Clinton’s speech focused on globalization and the challenges it presented to economies, governments, and society as a whole. She reflected upon the previous millennium and conveyed optimism for the following one.

Collection No. 2006-0505-F
This collection contains transcripts, draft remarks, research material, and e-mails pertaining to remarks by First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton at the Sorbonne in Paris, France on June 17, 1999. In her remarks, entitled “Globalization into the New Millennium”, the First Lady discussed the challenges that globalization presented society. Mrs. Clinton emphasized the need to develop efficient governments and good citizens in order to create a prosperous and peaceful 21st century. She referenced events in Kosovo often, citing the need to remember past evils and prevent them in the future.

Collection No. 2006-0886-F
These records contain telephone message slips addressed to Hillary Rodham Clinton. The messages are from the general public, doctors, staffers, and congressional leaders and range in date from early 1993 through early 1996.

Collection No. 2006-1301-F
This collection consists of records related to microcredit and microdevelopment, as well as correspondence between the Clinton White House and microcredit pioneer Muhammad Yunus. This collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, background materials on various microcredit institutions and initiatives, notes, clippings, articles, reports, publications, and lists. These records include correspondence between First Lady Hillary Clinton and Muhammad Yunus as well as correspondence between the Clinton White House and Yunus’ Grameen Bank.

Collection No. 2007-1757-F
This collection consist of records from First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton's files on NASA or Outer Space. These materials include materials related to community outreach, press releases, and educational events regarding the space program.

Collection No. 2012-0364-F
This collection consists of a binder containing briefing papers, clippings, diagrams, memoranda, menus, profiles, schedules, statements, and talking points. These records describe the trip of the First Lady to Morocco in the spring of 1999. Of particular interest to this collection is the First Lady’s religious tolerance speech delivered in Marrakech, Morocco in late March 1999.

Collection No. 2015-0352-F
This collection consists of early drafts of the First Lady’s remarks to the World Health Organization Forum on Women and Health Security in Beijing, China on September 5, 1995. The collection contains materials used for researching, writing, and scheduling this speech. These materials include draft remarks and background materials such as correspondence, notes, position papers, press releases, publications, previous remarks, reports, and talking points.

Collection No. 2013-0913-F
This collection consists of email sent or received from First Lady, Hillary Rodham Clinton’s White House email account. Mrs. Clinton sent a very limited number of emails from her White House account as the First Lady. Two email she wrote of note include an email to talk show host Oprah Winfrey and an email in regards to the DC Reads event sent to Key C. German.

Collection No. 2006-0947-F
This collection consists of records that relate to the Export-Import Bank and their involvement in the HIV/AIDS program for Africa. The records relate to the 2000 G-8 Summit in Okinawa and the Clinton Administration’s efforts to obtain funding for African debt relief, specifically the Cologne Initiative and the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) debt initiative. The records consist of correspondence, speeches, memoranda, talking points and public press releases regarding the announcement by the Ex-Im Bank of their loan program. The collection includes email regarding HIV/AIDS programs in Africa, specifically email to and from Sandra Thurman, former director of the Office of the National Aids Policy.

Collection No. 2008-1647-F
This collection consists of records concerning Iwao Osaki and Hotel Okura in Tokyo, Japan. Iwao Osaki is owner of Hotel Okura. The records in this collection consist of one letter relating to Osaki.

Collection No. 2014-0414-F
This collection consists of records related to Howard Zinn. Zinn was an American historian, author, playwright, and social activist who wrote extensively on civil rights, anti-war movements, and the labor history of the United States. This collection consists of emails describing one of Zinn's books and quotes by Zinn regarding sanctions against Iraq and impeachment.

Collection No. 2016-0112-F
This collection consists of photographs from the White House Photograph Office taken on October 3, 1994 in Old Executive Office Building Room 450, where President Clinton accepted the Human Radiation Final Report. Ruth Faden, Hazel O’Leary, and Attorney General Janet Reno, and other individuals were present. Following his remarks, the President greeted individuals present at the event. The collection also includes images of President Clinton being briefed prior to the event in the Oval Office.

Collection No. 2008-1516-F
This is a video recording of a videotaped message by President Clinton in the Cabinet Room. The President taped remarks that were to be released on January 29, 1998 in reference to the occasion of ID AL-FITR, a three-day Muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramadan. The President's remarks were for the Muslim community around the world.

Collection No. 2011-0320-F
This collection consists of records related to the Illegal Immigrant Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996. The Act was designed to improve border control by imposing criminal penalties for racketeering, alien smuggling, the use or creation of fraudulent immigration-related documents, and increasing interior enforcement by agencies charged with monitoring visa applications and visa abusers. The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, email, talking points for the IIRIRA News Conference, news releases, and news articles.

Collection No. 2011-1044-F
This collection consists of records concerning the Clinton Administration’s immigrant detention policy as implemented through the Immigration and Naturalization Service, the United States Border Patrol, and the U.S. Marshals Service Joint Prisoner Alien Transport System. Immigration topics dealt with throughout the Clinton Administration included alien smuggling, the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRAIRA), the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (AEDPA), and the granting of Delayed Enforce Departure (DED) or Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to various immigrant groups. The records in this collection consist of briefing material, emails, official statements, congressional testimony, reports, correspondence, and press materials.

Collection No. 2006-0987-F
This collection consists of materials assigned the subject code ND006 by the White House Office of Records Management (WHORM). This subject code is for matters related to intelligence. These files contain correspondence, drafts of legislation, and reports on issues regarding that topic."

Collection No. 2006-0996-F
This collection consists of records related to the Intelligence Oversight Board (IOB). The IOB’s mission was to prepare reports to the President of intelligence activities which the IOB believed to be unlawful, or contrary to Executive Order or Presidential directive and forward reports concerning such intelligence activities to the Attorney General. The IOB also had authority to conduct not just reviews but investigations as it deemed necessary to carry out its functions. The files contain copies of news articles, press releases, press guidance, draft guidance, correspondence, memoranda, e-mails, memos and talking points. They also contain letters from Members of Congress, non-governmental organizations and private citizens requesting information related to issues the IOB was publicly known to be reviewing.

Collection No. 2006-1025-F
This collection consists of materials regarding the Intelligence Oversight Board’s June 1996 Report on the Guatemala Review. In response to March 1995 allegations of a connection between the CIA and human rights abuses in Guatemala, President Clinton instructed the Intelligence Oversight Board (IOB), a branch of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB), to conduct a government-wide review. The collections contains copies of the final report, as well as memoranda, correspondence, and cables regarding the investigations. These records also relate to instances of humans rights abuse against American citizens or their relatives including: the murder of Michael Devine, the disappearance of guerilla leader Efrain Bamaca, the kidnapping on Sister Dianna Ortiz, the disappearance of journalists Nicholas Blake and Griffin Davies, and the death of archaeologist Peter Tiscione.

Collection No. 2014-0595-F
This collection consists of records concerning InterAction, a Washington, DC based alliance of 180 non-governmental organizations (NGOs). InterAction’s members focus on peace efforts, human rights, and supporting the poor and venerable around the world. This collection consists of correspondence, lists, and speech drafts concerning InterAction and Kosovo.

Collection No. 2012-0286-F
This collection consists of the final ten decisions made by the Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel (ISCAP). Specifically related to the process and not the documents that were appealed. Included in this collection are the sanitized documents released by the ISCAP following appeal. The collection also includes the unclassified minutes from the meetings of the ISCAP in 2000. It includes the returned votes of the ISCAP members on appeal cases. It includes correspondence between the requestor, presidential libraries, federal agencies, and members of the ISCAP related to appeal cases. The collection also includes limited interagency discussion of cases before the ISCAP.

Collection No. 2010-1205-F
This collection consists of the list of cases before the Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel, 1996-2000. The list produced is a hard copy of the electronic database maintained by the Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO) on behalf of ISCAP. This unclassified list reflects the cases before the panel from 1996 to December 15, 2000. It identifies documents on appeal and it shows agency decisions on declassification as well as the panel’s ruling on the appeal. This database was available in an electronic form from the ISOO by request.

Collection No. 2012-0755-F
This collection was made available via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The FOIA request was for the meeting minutes of the Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel (ISCAP). This collection includes the minutes from the regular meetings of the ISCAP. The committee met regularly, as needed, that was roughly twice a quarter, on a calendar year basis. Included in this collection are the minutes of the ISCAP from 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999. The minutes for 2000 were processed as part of FOIA request 2012-0286-F. The ISCAP held its first meeting May 31, 1996 and it held no meeting in January 2001.

Collection No. 2006-0202-F
This collection consists of records related to International Broadcasting. U.S. international broadcasting began to evolve after the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union. The International Broadcasting Act of 1994 consolidated foreign transmission efforts within the United States Information Agency (USIA). The Voice of America (VOA), Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), Radio Marti and Radio Free Asia are under the umbrella of the International Broadcasting Bureau within USIA. The files contain correspondence, memoranda, speeches, schedules, email, and cables.

Collection No. 2010-0663-F
This collection consists of records relating to the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Interstate Commerece Commision Termination Act of 1995 (H.R. 2539). H.R.2539, abolished the Interstate Commerce Commission and aimed to reform economic regulation of transportation. The records in this collection consist of legislation, reports, memos, correspondence, resumes and press releases.

Collection No. 2014-0130-F
This collection consists of records related to Ambassador Robert S. Dillon’s “Report to Congress on the Investigation of the Whereabouts of the U.S. Citizens Who Have Been Missing from Cyprus Since 1974.” The report was in response to Public Law 103-372, which called for an investigation into the disappearance of five U.S. Citizens (Andreas Kassapis, Kyriacos Hadjichristoudias, Socrates Kapsouris, Christos Libertos, and Kyriacos “Jack” Sophocleous) missing since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in the Summer of 1974. In addition to Dillon’s Report, this collection also includes a memorandum to the President, transmittal letters, and a Department of State press statement.

Collection No. 2014-0386-F
This collection consists of photographs related to Hillary Rodham Clinton visiting Youth Shelter Services in Ames, Iowa on February 3, 1996. Hillary Rodham Clinton meet with shelter staff and participated in a discussion group with parents and children at the shelter.

Collection No. 2012-0259-S
Ira Magaziner served as Senior Advisor to the President for Policy Development in the Domestic Policy Council from 1993 to 1998. This collection contains materials relating to domestic and foreign policy topics, including trade and health care issues. The records include articles, reports, publications, pamphlets, books, and journals.

Electronic Commerce Series: From the records of the Domestic Policy Council, Ira Magaziner’s Electronic Commerce series covers policy considerations relating to Internet and electronic commerce issues. Ira Magaziner served as Senior Advisor to the President for Policy Development from 1993 to 1998. The files contain correspondence, reports, memos, and articles dealing with all aspects of internet issues, including copyright and intellectual property protection, encryption, domain names, and tariff and tax considerations on products sold via the internet. The records contain correspondence and reports from various international organizations such as the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI).

Collection No. 2006-0770-F
This collection consists of reports, memoranda, correspondence, news clippings, and schedules from the files of Ira Magaziner, Senior Advisor to the President for Policy Development. Magaziner assisted in implementing President Clinton’s Health Care Reform initiatives by coordinating policy development for the Task Force on National Health Care Reform. The records include draft reports produced by the working groups Magaziner formed to advise the Task Force.

Collection No. 2006-0885-F Segment 1
This collection consists of Ira Magaziner’s Health Care Task Force files including: correspondence, reports, news clippings, press releases, and publications. Ira Magaziner a Senior Advisor to President Clinton for Policy Development was heavily involved in health care reform. Magaziner assisted the Task Force by coordinating health care policy development through numerous working groups. Magaziner and the First Lady were the President’s primary advisors on health care. The Health Care Task Force eventually produced the administration’s health care plan, introduced to Congress as the Health Security Act. This bill failed to pass in 1994.

Collection No. 2009-1438-F
This collection consists of records concerning United States relations with Iran in 1993 and in 1995 through 1996. Due to serious differences over human rights and support for terrorist organizations, already strained relations between the U.S. and Iran remained poor throughout the 1990s. In 1993, President Clinton announced a strategy of the dual containment of Iraq and Iran. During the mid-1990s, the Administration pursued sanctions against Iran through Executive Order and the Iran-Libya Sanctions Act. The records in this collection include memoranda, reports, briefings, correspondence, and press materials concerning Iran policy.

Collection No. 2008-0730-F Segment 1
This collection consists of records regarding Iraq in 1998. The first segment of this collection includes reports to Congress, Congressional correspondence, as well as United Nations (UN) reports and resolutions. These records concern the use of force in Iraq, Iraqi deportees the passage of the Iraq Liberation Act, and the UN oil-for-food program. In addition, this collection also contains correspondence from the public, administrative paperwork, speech drafts, speeches, press materials and formal messages from the President.

Collection No. 2007-1700-F
This collection consists of records regarding Iraq and Terrorism from January 1, 1994 through January 20, 2001. The records include letters, reports, press statements and briefings, speeches, news articles, email and Department of State cables. Iraq during the Clinton Administration was governed by President Saddam Hussein and was considered a terrorist state by the U.S. Department of State. Several documents deal with Iraq’s noncompliance with U.N. Resolutions and with the Turkish military’s incursions into northern Iraq to fight the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, a terrorist organization better known as PKK. The majority of the records responsive to this FOIA are closed for national security reasons.

Collection No. 2010-0706-F
This collection consists of records related to Iridium LLC, a commercial satellite communications system. The records responsive to this request contain email, correspondence, memoranda, handwritten meeting notes, information packets, drafts, and reports. Records include topics related to Iridium's launch, Y2K compliance, bankruptcy, and de-orbit of the Iridium satellite constellation. Other related topics include but are not limited to Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Satellites, Motorola, Lockhead Martin, Sprint, Alexander Graham Bell, Gilbert Grosvenor, Vice President Al Gore, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Collection No. 2013-0689-F
This collection consists of records related to President William J. Clinton’s meetings with French President Jacques Chirac on June 14, 1995 where the two discussed Bosnia. A well known and long serving politician, Chirac was elected President of France in May 1995. Chirac was in the United States in June 1995 to attend the U.S.-EU Summit, one of a number held that year. President Clinton met with President Chirac at the White House on June 14. European Commission President Jacques Santer was included in at least one meeting with Clinton and Chirac.

Collection No. 2008-1390-F
This collection consists of records relating to Dr. James Benito Hall who served as Ambassador of Goodwill, HIV/AIDS. The records consist of correspondence to, from, or about Dr. Hall.

Collection No. 2006-0529-F
This collection consists of records relating to correspondence between President Clinton and movie producer James Cameron. The records include correspondence from President Clinton to James Cameron congratulating him on winning the 1997 Academy Award for Best Picture, Best Director, and Film Editing for his film Titanic.

Collection No. 2012-0831-F
This collection consists of two records related to James D’Andrea. The records are from the Worker and Visitor Entry System (WAVES). The WAVES database was used to manage visitor appointments for entry and exit of White House offices.

Collection No. 2014-0090-F
This collection consists of records related to Assistant Secretary of State James Dobbins’ involvement in matters relating to NATO and European Security. The records include National Security Council cables.

Collection No. 2006-1003-F
This collection consists of records related to James Hamilton, who served as a member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB) from 1995 to 1997. This collection consists of correspondence and emails relating to Hamilton’s appointment to the PFIAB and Hamilton’s service with the PFIAB.

Collection No. 2008-0695-F
This collection consists of records from when James L. Farmer, Jr. received the Presidential Medal of Freedom on January 15, 1998. The files contain congressional correspondence and correspondence written by the general public recommending that President William J. Clinton award Dr. James L. Farmer, Jr. the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The files also contain lists of Presidential Medal of Freedom award ceremony invitees and the citations read for each recipient during the ceremony.

Collection No. 2007-1470-F
This collection consists of email and records relating to the appointment of James Lynwood Younger Jr. for the position of United States Marshall for the Eastern District of Virginia. Lynwood was appointed to the position in October 2000.

Collection No. 2006-0547-F
This collection consists of photographs of President Clinton and James Woolsey. James Woolsey was the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) under President Clinton from 1993 until 1995. The photographs are from March 16, 1994, and include photographs of President Clinton greeting CIA Director, James Woolsey in the Oval Office, President Clinton greeting Boy Scouts in the Oval Office, and President Clinton dropping by a meeting with the National League of Cities in the Cabinet Room.

Collection No. 2006-0214-F
This collection consists of records concerning Jamie Metzel. Metzel served as the Director of Multilateral and Humanitarian Affairs at the National Security Council (NSC) 1997 to 1998 and Senior Coordinator for International Public Information (IPI) at the Department of State from 1998 to 2000. The records include email, cables, memos, correspondence and reports. The topics covered by these records are IPI, Metzel’s time as White House Fellow, and his work on Presidential Decision Directive 68.

Collection No. 2010-0683-F
Janet Napolitano was appointed by President Clinton as the United States Attorney for the District of Arizona in 1993. Napolitano served as U.S. Attorney until 1998 when she resigned to run for Attorney General of the State of Arizona. This collection consists of clippings, correspondence, emails, memoranda, notes, press releases, and resumes concerning Napolitano’s nomination and service as United State Attorney for the District of Arizona, Presidential events attended by Napolitano, and Napolitano’s run for Attorney General of Arizona.

Collection No. 2013-0723-F
This collection consists of records related to Janet Yellen, who was Chairperson of the CEA [Council of Economic Advisors] from 1997-1999. It contains memoranda and briefings concerning details such as economic indicators, industrial production, housing starts, consumer attitudes, consumer price index, inflation, gross domestic product (GDP), interest rates, and stock prices. This collection also consists of email to and from Yellen’s White House email account includes discussion of a wide variety of topics, including but not limited to Product Liability, Kyoto (Climate Change), Federal Involvement in Retail Electricity Competition (FERC), Trade Liberalization, World Trade Organization (WTO) trade wars, the 1997 Asian Economic Crisis, the 1998 Japanese Financial Crisis, and Y2K preparations. Many emails are related to preparing the Economic Report of the President.

Collection No. 2008-0211-F
This collection consists of photographs featuring staffer Jay Footlik. Included are the following: photographs on October 20, 1995 of Footlik aboard Air Force One; Stephen Goodin and Footlik talking with President Clinton on May 21, 1996; President Clinton being briefed by Footlik, Leon Panetta, George Stephanopoulos on July 26, 1996 in the Oval Office; Footlik with President Clinton after Radio Address on July 26, 1996; Danny Wexler and Footlik helping President Clinton prepare for a Hanukkah event on December 5, 1996; President Clinton greeting Footlik on the receiving line at a Christmas reception on December 9, 1996 in the Blue Room; President Clinton meeting and greeting the Office of Public Liaison including Footlik on December 17, 1996;and President Clinton meeting Footlik on July 15, 1997.

Collection No. 2006-0498-F
This collection consists of correspondence, press releases, a statement, a memo, and a news article regarding Dr. Jean Houston. Dr. Houston is an author and principal founder of, “The Foundation for Mind Research,” and “The Human Potential Movement.”

Collection No. 2006-0651-F
This collection contains materials related to President Jean-Bertrand Aristide of Haiti. In 1990, the Salesian priest won election to the office of President of Haiti at the head of his Organisation Politique “Lavalas.” However, military coup forced him into exile in the United States the next year. In 1994, with the diplomatic, economic, and military assistance of the Clinton Administration, Aristide returned to Haiti. He remained in office until February 1996. Aristide won his second Presidential election in 2000, though a violent rebellion forced him from office in 2004. Aristide spent his second exile in South Africa and returned to Haiti in 2011. The records in this collection, dating from January 1993 to January 2001, consist of emails, cables, and correspondence concerning the Clinton Administration’s relationship with Aristide, as well as the latter’s return to Haiti in 1994.

Collection No. 2006-0467-F
This collection contains the files of Jeff Shesol, Presidential Speechwriter. During his time at the White House, he worked on a wide range of topics. His speeches cover International issues such as: global trade, the World Trade Organization, and the International Monetary Fund. They also include domestic issues such as: school violence, the Columbine High School memorial, social security, and the minimum wage. As Deputy Chief of Presidential Speechwriting, Shesol was lead writer on key presidential messages like the State of the Union and President Clinton’s Farewell Address.

Collection No. 2014-0317-F
This collection consists of email correspondence to and from Jeffrey Frankel in 1999. Jeffrey A. Frankel is a macroeconomist who served as Chief Economist on the Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) from 1996-1999. Frankel left the CEA in 1999 to serve as New Century Chair at the Bookings Institution. The email in this collection are after he left the White House and continued to correspond with White House staffers concerning his scholarly publications. Topics of his email include but are not limited to climate change, dollarization and economic statistics.

Collection No. 2014-0209-S
This collection consists of records from the files of Jennifer Klein, a senior policy analyst on the Domestic Policy Council and Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy. Klein also was a health policy assistant to the First Lady. The collection contains memos, correspondence, reports, drafts, and talking points. Topics include Medicare, Medicaid, health care reform and the Health Security Act, the 1996 State of the Union, and correspondence between the First Lady and various members of Congress.

Collection No. 2014-0536-S
This collection consists of the files of Jennifer Klein. From 1993 through 1999, Jennifer Klein served as a health policy assistant to the First Lady while simultaneously working in the Domestic Policy Council as a senior policy analyst. She later served as the Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy. The collection contains documents on topics relating to abortion, adoption, breast cancer, children and child care, health care reform, Medicaid and Medicare, re-organizing government and regulatory reform, tobacco, and women's issues. The records include articles, correspondence, drafts, information packets, legislation, memos, reports, speeches, and talking points.

Collection No. 2006-0186-F
This collection consists of records relating to Jennifer Ward, the Senior Director of African Affairs and Rwanda from 1993-1994. Records concern the U.S. reaction to the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.

Collection No. 2008-0826-F
This collection consists of photographs of Hillary Rodham Clinton and/or President Clinton with Jerry Hultin, Undersecretary of the Navy. Photographs include: Hillary Rodham Clinton arriving at the Marine Barracks and Navy Yard Museum in Washington, D.C. on March 5, 1999. Some of the participants include: Secretary Richard Danzig, Undersecretary Jerry Hultin, Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, Mayor Anthony Williams, Richard Moe, and Robert Peck. The First Lady and the Principals on a bus tour of the Navy Yard. The First Lady and the group tour the Navy Yard Museum. The First Lady addressing the White House Millennium Council's Washington Navy Yard event. The First Lady greeting military guests at the event. Also, photographs from the July 4, 2000 OPSAIL event in New York, NY are included. These photographs feature President Clinton greeting Jerry Hultin, at the arrival ceremony on the U.S.S. John F. Kennedy aircraft carrier.

Collection No. 2008-0360-F
This collection consists of material regarding correspondence and meetings between President Clinton and Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura. The collection includes records concerning visits of Gov. Ventura to the White House, an event held with Gov. Ventura in Minnesota, and Gov. Ventura’s request for federal assistance in the wake of severe flooding in northern Minnesota.

Collection No. 2014-1039-F
This collection consists of records related to meetings between President Clinton and Chinese President Jiang Zemin and records related to trade issues in 1999. It contains subject files, correspondence, legislative materials, talking points, memoradums, briefing materials, and emails concerning Chinese-American relations, Presidential and Cabinet member travel to China, and meetings with Jiang Zemin.

Collection No. 2011-0585-F
This collection consists of the files of Joe Lockhart, Press Secretary for President Clinton from 1998-2000. The records located here include memoranda, correspondence, talking points, lists, statements, and emails. Major topics of interest can be grouped under three categories: (1) press opportunities for President Clinton; (2) statistics concerning press and FOIA inquiries on a weekly basis; (3) ways to improve NATO press relations/strategy vis-à-vis the Kosovo crisis.

Collection No. 2012-0517-F
This collection contains records related to John C. Dwyer in 1993. Dwyer served as Deputy Director of Presidential Correspondence and Presidential Messages in 1993 and Deputy Associate Attorney General in the Department of Justice from 1993 to 1997. This collection consists of letters, memorandum, notes, proclamations, and reports. These materials primarily describe the operation of the Correspondence Department and also contain monthly summary reports from the Department.

Collection No. 2006-0454-F
This collection consists of memoranda, correspondence, notes, articles, and email regarding John C. Pouland. Pouland served as Regional Administrator of Region 7, General Services Administration from 1995 to 1996. He was reappointed in 1997 and served in that capacity until 2001.

Collection No. 2006-1020-F
This collection consists of news articles and press briefings concerning the security revocation of John M. Deutch. It also includes memoranda regarding meetings on the investigations regarding Deutch’s mishandling of national security information.

Collection No. 2006-1004-F
This collection consists of records regarding John Deutch and his service as a member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB). Deutch was appointed to the PFIAB by President George H.W. Bush in 1990 and served until 1993. The collection includes correspondence, memos, and emails.

Collection No. 2015-0524-F
This collection consists of letters, email and memoranda concerning communication and correspondence between the Florida Governor John Ellis Bush and the White House. The correspondence addresses a number of diverse topics, including Cuban refugee Elian Gonzalez, Hurricanes Floyd and Irene, and on the use of racial set-asides in admission decisions at the University of Florida. The collection also contains more routine communications, including birthday greetings and nominations for the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The email consists of correspondence concerning Bush and topics such as the Restoration of the Everglades, Elian Gonzalez, Affirmative Action, and the National Governor’s Association Annual Winter Meeting in Washington D.C.

Collection No. 2006-0215-F
This collection consists of records concerning John Major, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1990 to 1997. The records include telcons, memcons, cables, letters and memorandums. The topics covered include Radio/TV Marti, Haitian Radio Support Projects, Balkans Public Diplomacy Group, Peace in the Middle East, General Agreements on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), the economy, the G-7 Summit, Northern Ireland Peace Agreement, and the START treaties. There is also information regarding appointments, requests for foreign travel, and delegates for Presidential trips.

Collection No. 2006-0544-F Segment 2
This collection consists of records related to the surprise birthday party for White House Chief of Staff, John Podesta’s 50th birthday held in the State Dining Room of the White House, January 8, 1999. This collection consists of email between White Staff planning the event.

Collection No. 2011-0556-S
This collection consists John Schnur’s Domestic Policy Council files. Schnur served as the Associate Director for Education Policy from 1998-1999. The collection contains records related to education conferences, awards, and events. This collection consists of conference agendas, articles, press releases, correspondence, memoranda, reports, publications, vice presidential speech transcripts, and emails.

Collection No. 2006-1005-F
This collection consists of records relating to John Shelby Bryan and his service as member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. This collection consist of memos, letters, fax cover sheets, court records, resumes, press releases, and news articles relating to Bryan’s appointment and service on PFIAB. It also includes e-mails that are primarily administrative in nature, relating to Bryan’s appointment to PFIAB.

Collection No. 2009-1055-F
This collection consists of a memorandum from Secretary of Defense Aspin to President Clinton regarding the selection of a new Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff dated from the summer of 1993. This memorandum discusses the biographies of General John Shalikashvili, who was appointed Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by President Clinton, effective October 25, 1993, and General Joseph Hoar, a publically acknowledged finalist for the post in August of 1993.

Collection No. 2009-1053-F
The collection contains letters and press concerning possible nominations for the position of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from within the ranks of the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, and Navy. Letters, memoranda, and notes within the collection regard decisions, requests, and statements concerning the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, and Navy. Memoranda from within the collection concern the designation of acting Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by nature of the military.

Collection No. 2012-1011-F
This collection consists of records related to the Joint Data Exchange Center (JDEC). The JDEC, established in 2000, is a permanent joint military operation between the United States and Russia to share information regarding the launches of ballistic missiles and space launch vehicles. The collection contains emails and cables regarding the establishment of the JDEC.

Collection No. 2006-0466-F
Jonathan Prince served in various capacities during the two terms of the Administration. He was one of President Clinton’s speechwriters, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, and directed the public relations effort related to the fallout from the bombing of refugees by NATO forces during the war in Kosovo. This collection consists of speech drafts, handwritten notes, memoranda, correspondence, publications, and schedules. Prince wrote most of President Clinton’s radio addresses from 1993-1997. He also specialized in dealing with domestic issues such as crime, gun control, unemployment, urban development, and welfare.

Collection No. 2008-0732-F
This collection consists of records related to United States relations with Jordan in 1994. The signing of the peace treaty between Jordan and Israel, on October 26, witnessed by President Clinton, was the highlight of the U.S.-Jordan relationship that year. Jordan benefited from American aid and trade. The records in this collection include memorandums, emails, correspondence, cables, and Presidential remarks.

Collection No. 2006-0468-F
This collection consists of speechwriting files of Jordan Tamagni. Tamagni worked as a speechwriter from 1995-1999. The records consist of speech drafts, magazine and newspaper articles, books, handwritten notes, correspondence, and schedules. Speech drafts found in this collection cover a wide spectrum of domestic issues e.g., gun control, crime, civil rights, immigration, education and the economy.

Collection No. 2012-0203-F
This collection consists of records concerning Jose Cabranes, a possible nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court and Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit during the early years of Clinton’s presidency. Cabranes, who graduated from Yale Law School, was nominated and confirmed to the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. The native Puerto Rican most likely received consideration for the vacancies created by the retirement of Byron White and Harry Blackmun, respectively. The records in this collection include correspondence, memoranda, magazine and newspaper articles, press releases, and Lexis/Nexis materials related to the judicial opinions Cabranes played any role in issuing.

Collection No. 2006-0209-F
This collection consists of records concerning Joseph Duffey, Director of the United States Information Agency (USIA), from 1993-1999. The records include correspondence, memoranda, press material and education program information. Topics in this collection include the Commission on Public Diplomacy, a White House reception for an internship program for Russian entrepreneurs, “Investing in People: U.S. - South Africa Conference on Democracy and the Market Economy,” and information concerning other events. The correspondence includes invitations to events and letters of appreciation and endorsement.

Collection No. 2012-0908-F
This collection consists of correspondence sent to President Clinton from Joseph Stiglitz, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors from 1995 to 1997. Topics of this correspondence include economic reports, retail sales, education, second term initiatives, welfare proposals, employment, consumer price index, and housing.

Collection No. 2011-0894-S
This collection consists of the records of Joshua Beck. Beck served as an intern with the Education Division of the White House Domestic Policy Council from July 2000 to December 2000. His records highlight topics relating to education, literacy programs, Hispanic education, economic accomplishments of the Clinton administration, charter schools, school performance, and standardized testing. There are a significant number of items relating to news reports about Clinton administration education initiatives, as well as a significant number of education-related publications. The records include reports, draft reports, publications, memoranda, pamphlets, brochures, phone message slips, articles, notes, telephone directories, research papers, and news clippings.

Collection No. 2010-0449-F
This collection consists of records pertaining to Joycelyn Elders in her position as Surgeon General. President Clinton appointed her the United States Surgeon General in January 1993, making her the first African American and the second woman (following Antonia Novello) to hold the position. As surgeon general, Elders quickly established a reputation for controversy. The Records in this collection contain memoranda, correspondence, statements and remarks.

Collection No. 2013-0186-F
This collection consists of records related to the merger between J.P. Morgan and Chase Manhattan Bank that took place in 2001. The historic transaction occurred because of evolving financial conditions and helped the two storied firms stand up to the increasingly radical maneuverings of the big multinational banks. Included in the material for the case are correspondence, newspaper articles, and reports. Of note, none of the documents provide much in the way of information about the merger between JP Morgan and Chase Manhattan Bank.

Collection No. 2015-0833-F
This collection consists of records related to the December 2000 temporary reprieve of the execution of convicted drug-trafficker and murderer, Juan Raul Garza. It contains memoranda, briefing papers, news clippings, notes, presentations, press reports, statements, and talking points. These records come from the White House Staff and Office files of the Counsel’s Office and the Clerk's Office.

Collection No. 2015-0833-F
This collection consists of records related to the December 2000 temporary reprieve of the execution of convicted drug-trafficker and murderer, Juan Raul Garza. It contains memoranda, briefing papers, news clippings, notes, presentations, press reports, statements, and talking points. These records come from the White House Staff and Office files of the Counsel’s Office and the Clerk's Office.

Collection No. 2016-0099-F
This collection consists of records related to the January 1998 letter sent to the President by U.S. District Court Judge Luis Oberdorfer concerning the disparities in the Federal Sentencing Guidelines for possession of powder cocaine vice "crack-cocaine". It contains emails, faxes and memos from members of the Domestic Policy Council, the Office of National Drug Control Policy and the Federal Sentencing Commission. The collection also includes press statements, policy papers, and reports to the President and to Congress.

Collection No. 2006-1067-F
This collection consists of material dealing with President Clinton’s nomination of Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 1993 and Stephen Gerald Breyer in 1994 to the United States Supreme Court. The nuts and bolts of the nomination process can be seen in correspondence, memoranda, reports, lists, notes, and papers that highlight the contributions of the Counsel’s Office to the easy manner in which the two nominees breezed through confirmation proceedings in the Senate. The writings of the two justices in the form of scholarly articles, speeches, interviews, decisions, and opinions are documented in extensive detail. A sizable portion of the records is devoted to Breyer’s investment in Lloyd’s of London—much of which has been closed for reasons of privacy.

Collection No. 2012-0440-S
This collection consists of the records of Julie Bosland. Bosland served as Assistant Director for Domestic Policy in the Welfare Reform and Tobacco Division of the Domestic Policy Council. This collection covers topics relating to child support, welfare, fatherhood programs, working families, philanthropy and nonprofit organizations, Second Chance homes, teen pregnancy, the Charitable Choice program, and tobacco. The records include memos, publications, e-mails, drafts, fact sheets, reports, agendas, notes, correspondence, and news articles.

Collection No. 2015-0831-S
This collection consists of records from Julie Mason, who was special assistant to White House Press Secretary Mike McCurry from 1995 to 1997. In May of 1997 she became Deputy Press Secretary for First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. She was responsible for responding to media inquiries regarding the First Lady, the White House residence, and major White House events. The files contain notes, correspondence, news clippings, faxes, resumes, and books on Medicare, interview and appearance requests, child nutrition programs, health care, domestic violence, and the First Lady’s book tour.

Collection No. 2015-0698-S
This collection consists of records from the speechwriting files of June Shih, a speechwriter for First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton from 1995 to 1997. She assisted in writing weekly columns, speeches, talking points and handled video scripts for the First Lady. The files contain faxes, memorandums, speech drafts, reports, publications, correspondence, and news clippings relating to topics such as children’s healthcare, foster care, education, and women’s health issues.

Collection No. 2015-0142-F
This collection consists of June Shih’s Speechwriting files regarding President Clinton's November 8, 1997 Human Rights Campaign speech and also President Clinton's 40th Anniversary of the Desegregation of Central High School remarks on September 25, 1997. The collection consists of drafts and memorandum, in addition to background materials such as press and scheduling materials.

Collection No. 2015-0843-S
This collection consists of the records of June Shih, Special Assistant to President Clinton and Presidential Speechwriter from 1998 – 2000. The files contain faxes, memorandums, speech drafts, correspondence, reports, and news clippings covering topics relating to child care, diabetes, education, human rights, race relations, health care and the economy. Ms. Shih also participated in drafting two of the State of the Union Addresses.

Collection No. 2015-1028-F
This collections consists of correspondence between Kaneohe Marine Corps Base in Honolulu, Hawaii and the White House from November 1994 to May 1995. This collection consists of correspondence to the President from Brigadier General Vercauteren, an email containing a brief mention of the President Clinton’s November 1994 Hawaii vacation, and electronic daily diary entries that recorded President Clinton’s telephone calls during this vacation.

Collection No. 2014-0387-F
This collection consists of letters that were attached to a letter sent to President Clinton from Karen Binette, Program Director of the TEEN CARE Program in Worcester, Massachusetts, on July 5, 1994. The letters were from 13 teenaged mothers who used a basic template to prepare a written request to the President to include new funds for quality child care assistance in his reform of welfare. The records consist of letters. Topics cover Aid to Families with Dependent Children, child care, children’s health, teen motherhood, and welfare reform.

Collection No. 2015-0734-S
This collection consists of records from Karen Finney, Deputy Press Secretary to First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and Deputy Director of Presidential Scheduling for President Clinton. The files contain faxes, memorandums, correspondence, news clippings, reports, publications, trip files, speeches, and talking points relating to the budget, children’s healthcare, education, women in the military, veterans, and Christmas at the White House.

Collection No. 2012-0820-S
Karen Guss was a White House Fellow in the Domestic Policy Council, First Lady's Office, from 1994-1995. This series consists of records related to health care issues, education, affirmative action, AIDS, children and families, industrial safety, regulatory review, and the White House Conference on Aging. The collection consists of memos, notes, drafts, articles, correspondence, and newsletters.

Collection No. 2014-1063-F
This collection consists of correspondence from Karl A. Racine. Racine served as Associate White House Counsel from 1997 to 2000. The collection contains of memoranda document requests, and email. Responsive email consists of correspondence concerning topics such as “D.C. Works”, superior court interviews, and the 2000 Easter Egg Roll.

Collection No. 2006-0488-F
This collection consists of correspondence between Steven Spielberg, President Clinton, and Hillary Clinton.

Collection No. 2006-0489-F
This collection consists of correspondence between President Clinton and Steven Spielberg or his wife, Kate Capshaw. The collection also contains records of phone calls and meetings between the President and the couple. Also included is a daily schedule of First Lady Hillary Clinton showing a health care event held at the Spielberg home.

Collection No. 2013-0854-S
Kathryn Way worked as a staff member in the Domestic Policy Council from 1993 to 1994. This collection includes topics relating to welfare reform, U.S. territorial holdings or insular territories, Social Security legislation, legal issues surrounding anti-trust, bankruptcy, national disability policy, earned income tax credit, food stamps, health care, and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The records include memos, press releases, news clips, reports, correspondence, notes, and papers.

Collection No. 2014-0846-F
This collection consists of records related to the signing of the Memorandum of Security Assurances agreement with Kazakhstan at the Budapest summit of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) on December 5, 1994. The Security Assurances agreement was part of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and the Lisbon Protocol of the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty. The records open in this collection, dating from October to December 1994, include press releases, speech drafts, speech transcripts, previously released treaty agreements, and administrative paperwork related to document tracking and drafting.

Collection No. 2010-0452-F
This collection contains material regarding President Clinton’s granting clemency for Kemba Smith in December 2000. Smith’s case exemplified the enforcement of mandatory sentencing laws for minor drug convictions. This collection primarily contains correspondence and media publications in support of Smith’s release.

This series contains records concerning education from the correspondence files of Kendra Brooks, Domestic Policy Council. The files include inbound and outbound correspondence pertaining to class-size reduction, the School Construction Initiative, the America Reads program, and Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans. The files contain letters, memoranda, email, and background articles.

This collection consists of publications related to national and state education goals and standards, funding for education, class-size reduction, school safety, after-school programs, reading reform, teacher quality and preparation, and student assessments. The collection is in no specific arrangement.

This collection consists of the Subject Files of Kendra Brooks. The files contain correspondence, reports, articles, memos, and various printed material. Other documents include background information for education events and meetings. The files include material pertaining to charter schools, national testing, SAT preparation, school safety, school modernization/construction, affirmative action, Blue Ribbon Schools, class–size reduction, teacher quality, Limited English Proficiency (LEP), the White House Initiative on Education Excellence for Hispanic Americans, Tribal Colleges and Universities, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s), the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and Title 1 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.

Collection No. 2006-0512-F
This collection contains memoranda, biographies, news articles, speech drafts, and printed electronic e-mails for remarks by the President at the Kennedy Center Honors Reception, December 3, 2000. The memoranda, biographies, and news articles contain biographical and background information on the Kennedy Center Honor recipients, which included Angela Lansbury, Chuck Berry, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Placido Domingo, and Clint Eastwood. The email contain copies of speech drafts and some biographical information.

Collection No. 2009-0442-F Segment 2
This collection consists of records related to President Clinton’s trip to Indianapolis, Indiana on May 14, 1994 for the groundbreaking of the Kennedy Peace Memorial. The records consist of speeches, schedules, thank you letters, and newspaper clippings related to the groundbreaking.

Collection No. 2008-0070-F
This collection consists of records related to the attempted assassination of Kahlid Mish’al in Amman, Jordan, September 25, 1997. The majority of these records related to this FOIA case are closed for national security reasons. Khalid Mish’al is widely recognized as the leader of the Islamic Resistance Movement, known more commonly by the name Hamas. Clinton Presidential Records relating to Kahlid Mash’al consist of Automated Records Management System [Email] (ARMS). ARMS email records responsive to this FOIA originate in the Office of the National Security Council (NSC) and include mass emails related to the Mish’al assassination and public commentary on it’s ramifications. The collection also includes records from the NSC Cable, Email, and Records Management System. The NSC Email include those discussing drafting and tracking of Memorandum of Conversation and Memorandum of Telephone Conversation. The collection also includes tracking sheets and profile sheets for official…

Collection No. 2006-0648-F
This collection consists of records related to the terrorist bombing of the Al-Khobar Towers housing complex in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia on June 25, 1996. These records include correspondence, memoranda, emails, press materials, and reports regarding the attack and its aftermath. The collection also contains an unclassified copy of the September 1996 Downing Commission Report to the President and Congress on the Protection of U.S. Forces Deployed Abroad.

Collection No. 2006-0183-F
This collection consists of memoranda, memcons, telcons, correspondence, talking points, cables, and emails that highlight the key position King Hussein of Jordan occupied in the Middle East Peace Process during the presidency of Bill Clinton. The material illustrates the close and amicable relationship that developed between Hussein and Clinton and led to considerable progress being made in the general state of affairs in the Middle East. A lasting agreement proved to be elusive, but the two men continued to work at what was viewed by many as an intractable issue right up until the death of Hussein on February 7, 1999.

Collection No. 2009-0845-F
This collection consists of records regarding Nicholas Biwott’s alleged involvement in Kenya’s Goldenberg affair of the early 1990’s. Goldenberg International Ltd. was accused of receiving as much as $600 million dollars for fictitious diamond and gold exports. Biwott, a Kenyan politician and businessman, was alleged to have been involved, but was never charged with any crime. Included in this collection are National Security Council (NSC) cables regarding the economic situation and corruption in Kenya. The majority of the records responsive to this FOIA are closed for national security reasons.

Collection No. 2006-0497-F
This collection consists of schedules, background materials, press releases and pool reports related to President Clinton’s daily activities of March 13-14, 1997. It was during this time that President Clinton injured his knee at the home of professional golfer, Greg Norman.

Collection No. 2006-0540-F
This collection contains material pertaining to President Clinton injuring his knee while staying at professional golfer Greg Norman’s home in Florida. President Clinton’s injury required surgery.

Collection No. 2009-0528-F Segment 2
This collections consists of records relating to the Republic of Korea (ROK), commonly called South Korea; and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), commonly called North Korea. This segment contains material from the files of National Security Council staff. It includes articles, briefing material, cables, drafts, letters, memos, notes, reports, routing slips, speech transcripts, staff summary sheets, and testimony. Topics span the entire eight years of the Clinton Administration and include the Agreed Framework of 1994, diplomacy, investigation of No Gun Ri (a Korean War incident), North Korean drought, humanitarian food aid, light water reactor negotiations, the 1994 helicopter intrusion incident, Team Spirit, Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO), North Korea’s nuclear program, North Korean refugees, Korean War MIA (Missing in Action) remains, Korean reunification, and the Korean War Memorial.

Collection No. 2011-0463-F
This collection consists of video recordings of President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton touring a Kosovar refugee camp near Skopje, Macedonia. The tour was at Stenkovic 1 camp. The Clintons greeted and spoke to Kosovo refugees around the camp on June 22, 1999.

Collection No. 2006-1186-F
This collection consists of records relating to any National Security Council Deputies Committee or Principals Committee meetings on Kosovo held on June 12, June 13, or June 14, 1999. There was only one Deputies Committee meeting that discussed Kosovo on the 12th of June, 1999. There was a Principals Committee meeting on the 12th but they did not discuss the situation in Kosovo. Open records are primarily administrative paperwork and email discussing Kosovo in general terms. The nature of the discussion and the business of the meeting resulted in many records closed for national security reasons.

Collection No. 2009-0940-F
This is a video recording of President Clinton addressing members of Congress, cabinet secretaries, senior staff, school officials, budget office officials, school children, and other guests in the Presidential Hall, of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Old Executive Office Building upon signing the Labor & Health and Human Services Bill on December 21, 2000. President Clinton made remarks concerning the signing of the Labor and Health and Human Services Bill. The President's remarks mentioned: the Budget Surplus, Budget Deficits, New Markets Initiatives, Clean Air, Education Reform, and Empowerment and Renewal Zones. There is a backdrop sign on the dais that reads, “More Opportunity for More Americans.”

Collection No. 2007-0141-F
This collection consists of records related to Executive Order 12871 on Labor-Management Partnerships. This Executive Order, which President Clinton signed on October 1, 1993, created the National Partnership Council. The Council was comprised of members of the major labor union and advised the President on labor-management relations within executive branch agencies. This collection consists of correspondence, White House memoranda, and email regarding matters related to Executive Order 12871.

Collection No. 2009-0442-F Segment 1
This collection consists of photographs of President Clinton at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Landmark for Peace Memorial in Indianapolis, Indiana on May 14, 1994. The Landmark for Peace Memorial is a memorial sculpture at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park in Indianapolis that honors the contributions of the leaders Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. The photographs consist of President Clinton with fellow guests making remarks at the event and the ground being broken by the dignitaries on the site of the proposed memorial.

Collection No. 2010-0448-F
This collection consists of material concerning the withdrawn nomination of Lani Guinier as Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights in 1993. The collection consists of clippings, correspondence, memorandum, press releases, and printed materials.

Collection No. 2014-0550-F
This collection consists of records related to Larry Klayman, Judicial Watch, or Freedom Watch. It contains memoranda, court records, and press materials, email, press clippings, transcripts of news shows, and transcripts of White House press briefings which mention Klayman, Judicial Watch, or one of the civil suits. Textual records responsive to this FOIA request consist of documents concerning the Judicial Watch lawsuits, specifically Cara Leslie Alexander et al vs. Federal Bureau of Investigation et al, Judicial Watch and National Legal and Policy Center vs. Hillary Rodham Clinton et al, and the 1998 lawsuit concerning the transfer of sensitive technology through Loral Space and Communications, Ltd. to China, W.L. Meng et al vs. Bernard Schwartz et al. Furthermore, the White House Office of Records Management’s files contain folder title lists of boxes searched in the discovery phase of Alexander v. FBI. Email processed in response this request consists of correspondence…

Collection No. 2009-1400-F
This collection consists of photographs of Larry Summers with President Clinton and with economic policy team advisors. The photographs date from 1996-1997, 1999 and 2001. Some of the advisors in the meetings include: Laura Tyson, Janet Yellen, Katie McGinty, Jack Lew, Sylvia Mathews, John Podesta, Gene Sperling, Alice Rivlin, Martin Baily, and others. Photographs include Larry Summers briefing President Clinton on budget matters, and Summers presenting the President’s 1997 Budget to the press on March 19, 1996 in the Old Executive Office Building.

Collection No. 2009-1400-F
This collection consists of photographs of Larry Summers with President Clinton and with economic policy team advisors. The photographs date from 1996-1997, 1999 and 2001. Some of the advisors in the meetings include: Laura Tyson, Janet Yellen, Katie McGinty, Jack Lew, Sylvia Mathews, John Podesta, Gene Sperling, Alice Rivlin, Martin Baily, and others. Photographs include Larry Summers briefing President Clinton on budget matters, and Summers presenting the President’s 1997 Budget to the press on March 19, 1996 in the Old Executive Office Building.

Collection No. 2011-1037-F
This collection consists of records related to the Baltic country of Latvia. The records include correspondence, scheduling material, trip books, memoranda, reports, cables, and press materials. The President and First Lady traveled from July 6 - 12, 1994 to Latvia, Poland, Italy, and Germany. They were in Riga, Latvia for 1 day: July 6, 1994.

Collection No. 2006-0545-F
This collection consists of photographs of President Clinton presenting the Roosevelt Medal to Laurance Rockefeller at the National Park Service Awards Ceremony on May 23, 1995. President Clinton presented the Youth Award to James Hannah. Bruce Babbitt is present during both ceremonies. Other photographs include images of President Clinton delivering a press statement in the Rose Garden. In addition there are images taken on May 20, 1995 at the White House Press Photographers’ Dinner at the Washington Hilton.

Collection No. 2006-0546-F
This collection consists of photographs of President Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton’s visit to Laurance Rockefeller’s JY Ranch in Jackson, Wyoming, on August 21, 1995. Hillary Clinton walks with the Rockefellers on the ranch grounds.

Collection No. 2006-0480-F
This collection consists of correspondence between President Clinton and Laurance Rockefeller. Rockefeller was awarded the Theodore Roosevelt National Park Medal of Honor in 1995.

Collection No. 2006-0481-F
This collection consists of correspondence from President Clinton and Mrs. Clinton to members of the Laurance Rockefeller family. Included is a condolence letter regarding the death of Mary French Rockefeller.

Collection No. 2007-1804-F
This collection consists of records related to President Lennart Meri of Estonia 1992-2001. The records in this collection contain memorandum, National Security Council profile sheets, briefing papers, transmittal forms and correspondence. The correspondence is routine in nature and includes messages of congratulations and condolences.

Collection No. 2013-1102-F
This collection consists of records related to the daily schedule of Chief of Staff Leon Panetta. The collection contain invitations, correspondence, event briefings, and scheduling memos. The records are concentrated mostly on the time period of June through September of 1995.

Collection No. 2014-0874-F
This collection consists of correspondence between President William J. Clinton and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma from 1994 to January 2001. It includes correspondence between the presidents related to mining accidents, shipping accidents, birthdays, national independence days and other topics. The collection also contains transmittal memos, document receipts, tracking sheets and other administrative paperwork.

Collection No. 2012-0597-F
This collection contains letters, memoranda, press releases, and resumes concerning the nomination of Leonie Milhomme Brinkema as United States District Court Judge in the Eastern District of Virginia. President Clinton nominated Brinkema on August 6, 1993 and she was confirmed by the US Senate on October 18, 1993.

Collection No. 2006-0999-F
This collection consists of records relating to Les Aspin and his work as Chairman of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. Records relating to Les Aspin and his service on the PFIAB consist of email, memorandum, and administrative paperwork. The records relate to Aspin’s nomination on the PFIAB and to his service on the PFIAB. Many email consist of press guidance on various foreign policy positions. A number of these records relate to Aspin’s participation in a review of the roles and responsibilities of the intelligence community.

Collection No. 2013-0877-F
This collection consists of records related to Les Aspin’s trip to South Korea and date from October and November 1993. Responsive records include press guidance, summaries of public press articles, and administrative paperwork relating to the trip. This trip to South Korea was to attend the 25th Annual Security Consultative Meeting with his South Korean counterpart and to visit troops stationed in Korea. It was part of a longer trip that included a stop in Japan.

Collection No. 2015-0220-F
This collection consists of records concerning the nomination of Lewis A. Kaplan to the District Court for the Southern District of New York in May of 1994. This collection contains correspondence, memoranda, email, and resume materials.

Collection No. 2007-0624-F
The Line Item Veto Act of 1996 passed into law April 9, 1996 became effective January 1, 1997. Clinton used his line item veto power eighty-two times in eleven appropriations bills. Disapproval by Congress and one impermissible cancellation ultimately restored thirty-nine of these appropriations. Ultimately the Supreme Court ruled that the Line Item Veto Act violated the separation of powers clause in the Constitution and struck it down. This collection contains Administration reviews of House Resolution (H.R.) 2, Senate Bill (S.) 4, and related bills prior to their passage. Records contained in this collection show how the Administration planned to use the veto and how they dealt with very short reporting periods once the veto was enacted. It contains records related to the drafting of cancellations and the forms submitted to the Federal Register relating to cancellations made by President Clinton. The collection contains the court materials filed in Federal court related to…

Collection No. 2012-0043-S
This collection consists of Lisa Green’s records as the chair of the working group for the Clinton Administration’s New Markets Initiative, and as an adviser on the National Economic Council. The collection highlights topics relating to the New Markets Initiative and the Community Reinvestment Act, as well as presidential trips, speeches, and events that were intended to provide support for this initiative. The records include memos, printed emails, correspondence, speeches, background materials, press papers, lists, meeting notes, schedules, talking points, papers, and proposals.

Collection No. 2011-0415-S
This collection consists of the files of Lissa Muscatine from First Lady Hillary Clinton’s Press Office. The records cover topics such as health care, women’s rights, the Millennium Council, Hillary Clinton’s 2000 Senate campaign. The records include press interviews given by the First Lady, records concerning her domestic and foreign travel, speeches and remarks, and press releases.

Collection No. 2011-1038-F
This collection consists of records related to Lithuania. Located in Northern Europe on the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea, Lithuania proclaimed its independence from the Soviet Union on March 11, 1990. Records include letters, memoranda, email, cables, and news articles regarding various topics, including Lithuania’s desire to join NATO, the European Union, and the World Trade Organization; the controversial Williams Oil deal; the trial of alleged Nazi war criminal Aleksandras Lileikis; and the expulsion of Russian troops from Lithuanian soil. Also included is routine head of state correspondence between President Clinton and Lithuanian Presidents Algirdas Brazauskas (1993-1998) and Valdas Adamkus (1998-2003).

Collection No. 2014-0483-S
This collection consists of the files of Liz Bowyer, a staff assistant in the First Lady's Office and an assistant to the President's speechwriters. It contains copies of the First Lady’s daily schedules, daily background briefings for the First Lady, correspondence to the First Lady’s Chief of Staff Maggie Williams, and other correspondence regarding children’s issues, and health care reform. The files also include subject briefings and background files on economic issues, as well as computer disks used by the speechwriting office.

Collection No. 2010-0021-F
This collection consists of records regarding the Loewen Group, Inc.’s arbitration claims against the United States Government under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The collection includes correspondence, emails, memoranda, notes, and publications that primarily date to 1999 and 2000.

Collection No. 2006-1006-F
This collection consists of materials relating to Lois Rice, a member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB). It includes memoranda, resumes, correspondence, email, and press releases. The majority of the records produced for this FOIA were from personnel files, which result in many closures related to personal privacy.

Collection No. 2006-0470-F
This collection consists of the speechwriting files of Lowell Weiss. Lowell Weiss worked as a Special Assistant to the President, Presidential Speechwriter from June 1997 - August 2000. Weiss traveled and wrote speeches for President Clinton on domestic issues. His speeches cover a broad array of topics. Major issues he wrote on concern the environment, education, the economy, and race relations. He wrote weekly radio addresses; commencement speeches; and remarks for bill signings, events, and conferences. The records consist of speeches, drafts, memoranda, correspondence, schedules, event and travel arrangements, notes, articles, and printed email.

Collection No. 2010-1083-S
This series contains Lyn Hogan's records from her work on the Domestic Policy Council relating to teen pregnancy preventative efforts, the appointment of Dr. Henry Foster as Senior Advisor to the President for Teen Pregnancy and Youth Issues, the creation of the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, and White House meetings and events on Teen Pregnancy. The records include memoranda, press releases, newsletters, reports, publications, articles, pamphlets, correspondence, and newspaper clippings.

Collection No. 2011-1010-S
This collection consists of Lyn Hogan’s records from her work in the Office of Policy Development relating to issues of child care and the child welfare system. There are a significant number of items relating to the child welfare system, including adoption, child abuse, foster care, the juvenile and family court system, and adoption legislation. The records include memos, publications, transcripts, academic reports and papers, correspondence, and articles.

Collection No. 2006-0192-F
This collection consists of records relating to MacArthur DeShazer, who served as Director of African Affairs at the National Security Council during the Clinton Administration, and United States policy towards Rwanda from 1993-1994. Memoranda, reports, correspondence, papers, cables, and emails make it clear that DeShazer’s major worry revolved around mounting relief operations at the height of the genocide taking place in Rwanda. All of the Chief of Staff files had already been pulled for previous FOIA cases vis-à-vis the slaughter capturing the world’s attention.

Collection No. 2009-0623-F
This collection consists of records concerning Secretary of State Madeline Albright’s trip to Mongolia in May 1998. Secretary Albright’s trip was to affirm the United States’ commitment to further cooperation between the two countries and to show support for Mongolia’s developing democracy and economic reforms. The records consist of cables and emails. The cables include background information, from the U.S. Embassy in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, relating to recent history and Mongolian politics. The emails include remarks made by Secretary Albright to the Mongolian Parliament. Also included in the emails are press releases of a joint statement by Secretary Albright and the Prime Minister of Mongolia, Tsahiagiyn Elbegdori and the text of a press conference held by the Secretary and Prime Minister.

Collection No. 2009-1156-F
This collection consists of records from Secretary of State Madeleine Albright's trips to South America in October 1997 and August 2000. These materials include National Security Council cover sheets and Department of State memos explaining which documents should be contained in the Secretary's briefing books.

Collection No. 2013-0359-S
This collections consists of correspondence files and subject files from the records of Maggie Williams, Chief of Staff to the First Lady from 1993 to 1997. In the first segment of correspondence files, the collection contains Ms. Williams' own correspondence, as well as letter, faxes, email, and memos pertaining to events and issues involving the First Lady and her staff. In the second segment of subject files, the collection contains material on various policy topics, including health care, women, children and families. The subject files include letters, memos, faxes, schedules, invitations, notes, and reports.

Collection No. 2013-0359-S
This collections consists of correspondence files and subject files from the records of Maggie Williams, Chief of Staff to the First Lady from 1993 to 1997. In the first segment of correspondence files, the collection contains Ms. Williams' own correspondence, as well as letter, faxes, email, and memos pertaining to events and issues involving the First Lady and her staff. In the second segment of subject files, the collection contains material on various policy topics, including health care, women, children and families. The subject files include letters, memos, faxes, schedules, invitations, notes, and reports.

Collection No. 2006-0222-F
This collection consists of records regarding presidential pardons and executive clemency from September 2000 through January of 2001 and President Clinton’s pardon of Marc Rich. The records included are correspondence, memoranda, petitions for pardon, notes, reports and faxes. A majority of records in this collection is from the Counsel’s Office, and includes correspondence concerning why certain individuals merit presidential pardons or executive clemency.

Collection No. 2006-0216-F
This collection consists of correspondence, email, memoranda, talking points, and background points of Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and her correspondence with President Clinton. Margaret Thatcher had been out of office two years prior to President Clinton’s inauguration resulting in limited communication between the two.

Collection No. 2014-0045-F
This collection consists of records mentioning former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher who left office two years prior to the beginning of the Clinton Administration. The records consist of congressional correspondence, greeting cards, letters, memos, notes, and routing forms. Topics cover congratulations, greetings, invitations, the general secretariats of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the United Nations, and the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Collection No. 2006-0530-F
This collection consists of a letter from “The Project Starlight Coalition” to President Clinton and a response from James A. Dorskind, Special Assistant to the President/Director of Correspondence and Presidential Messages, regarding unidentified flying objects and extraterrestrials.” Marie (Bootsie) Galbraith is one of many signatories on this letter. The file also contains a letter, dated August 3, 1995, from James A. Dorskind, to Steven M. Greer, M.D., Director, Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence regarding unidentified flying objects and extraterrestrials. Accompanying this correspondence is the White House tracking sheet.

Collection No. 2012-0819-S
One of several positions held by Marjorie Tarmey within the Clinton White House was that of Executive Assistant to Ira Magaziner within the Office of Policy Development, part of the First Lady’s Office, during the early years of the Administration. Topics highlighted in her collection include health care reform, office administration issues, White House interns, and veterans. The records in this collection include memoranda, resumes, notes, document drafts, articles, newsletters, correspondence, and applications.

Collection No. 2006-1017-F
This collection consists of cables, memoranda, forms, and email concerning Mark Francis Moynihan. Moynihan served on the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB) from 1997-1999. A sizable portion of this FOIA is composed of the personnel files of Mark Moynihan. Nearly all of these records were closed for reasons of personal privacy.

Collection No. 2006-1878-F
This collection consists of speech drafts, press releases, news transcripts, memos, email and cables pertaining to the NASA discovery of the Allan Hills (ALH) Meteorite 84001 meteorite, mentioned by President Clinton in a statement on August 7, 1996. ALH 84001 is believed to be from Mars. The meteorite made worldwide headlines in 1996 when scientists announced that it might contain evidence for microscopic fossils of Martian bacteria.

Collection No. 2006-0507-F
This collection contains correspondence, drafts, and lists relating to the Mars Millennium Project and the remarks made by the First Lady at the Mars Millennium Kick-Off, January 14, 1999. Much of the correspondence is in the form of e-mails containing background information on the Mars Millennium Project, i.e., the kick-off event itself and the long term goals of the project. In addition, there are e-mails containing facts about some of the physical characteristics of the planet Mars and drafts of the remarks made by the First Lady at the kick-off event on January 14, 1999. There are also drafts of remarks by other speakers at the event. The files contain excerpts from published articles and books (fictional and factual) which also served as background information used in the preparation of the remarks made by the First Lady. Lists contain talking points, a sequence of events for the kick-off, and participating organizations in the Mars Millennium Project.

Collection No. 2012-0049-F
This collection consists of materials from the files of Martin Indyk, the National Security Council's Senior Director for Near East and South Asian Affairs regarding the October 1994 peace treaty between Israel and Jordan. The records include correspondence, briefing materials, and memoranda.

Collection No. 2012-0326-S
This collection consists Molly Brostrom’s Domestic Policy Council files. Brostrom served as Senior Policy Analyst in the Domestic Policy Council from April 1995 to January 1997. She worked extensively in the areas such as: homelessness, housing, seniors, social security, veterans, and youth and family issues. Her records consist of agendas, articles, briefing papers, informational packets, letters, legislation, legislative referral memoranda, meeting notes, memos, reports, speech material, statements of administration policy, talking points, testimony, and weekly reports.

Collection No. 2013-0238-S
Mary Ellen McGuire held the position of Assistant to the Deputy Chief of Staff to the First Lady and Assistant Director of Research from 1998 to 2000. She was one of the First Lady’s primary researchers working on speeches, issues analyses, event briefings and briefing books. She was the liaison with the White House Millennium Council and helped coordinate the White House Conference on Philanthropy held in October 1999.

This collection consists of records related to children’s issues, including adoption, children’s health, child care, and international child abduction. The records also contain material on projects of the White House Millennium Council, Americorps, and the White House Conference on Philanthropy. The collection consists of memorandums, faxes, letters, event invitee lists, reports, publications, news clips, and printed e-mail.

Collection No. 2010-1112-S
This series contains records from Matthew Eng, a White House Intern in 2000. Matthew Eng’s records include articles, publications, reports, a Lexis-Nexis user manual, and handwritten notes relating to background research for various topics including Consumer Fraud and TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families).

Collection No. 2006-1011-F
This collection consists of records relating to Maurice Sonnenberg and his service as member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. Records include administrative paperwork relating to Sonnenberg's service. Sonnenberg was the Former Chairman of the Democratic House and Senate Council, the Executive Vice Chairman of the Foreign Policy Association, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He served as an advisor to five White House administrations advising on topics of intelligence, foreign policy, international trade, and finance.

Collection No. 2013-0534-S
This collection consists of records related to the files of Melanne Verveer, who served as Deputy Chief of Staff to the First Lady from January 1993 through May 1997, and then Chief of Staff to the First Lady through the end of the Clinton Administration. It contains memos, correspondence, schedules, news clippings, reports, invitations, speeches, faxes, email, and publications.

Collection No. 2006-0515-F
This collection contains records relating to correspondence between Hillary Clinton and Melvin Laird. The material relates to correspondence inviting Mrs. Clinton to attend and give the address at the 1995 Youth Leadership Day.

Collection No. 2009-0789-F
This collection consists of material concerning correspondence between historian Stephen Ambrose and President Clinton regarding the National Park Service's decision to reject George Washington University Professor James Starr's request to exhume the body of Meriwether Lewis to determine Lewis’ cause of death. The files contain correspondence between President Clinton, Stephen Ambrose, and documentary film maker Dayton Duncan on this matter.

Collection No. 2016-0014-F
This collection consists of records related to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) arbitration case brought by Metalclad Corporation against Mexico. The case, filed before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) was Metalclad Corporation v. United States of Mexico (ARB (AF) 97/1). The collection contains National Security Council cables and emails, as well as Automated Records Management System Email. The records include administrative paperwork, news summaries, and press guidance. The emails also contain guest lists for the 1995 Big Emerging Markets Conference (BEM). Researchers interested in this topic should also see FOIA 2010-0021-F.

Collection No. 2012-0160-S
This collection consists of Michael Cohen’s Domestic Policy Council Subject Files. Cohen served as Special Assistant to the President for Education Policy from 1996 to 1999. This series contains materials relating to education reform, the Goals 2000: Educate America Act (1994), America Reads initiative, bi-lingual education and the ballot initiative in California which proposed to eliminate bi-lingual instruction and limit the amount of time for bi-lingual students to transition to English only, test standards, teachers, tribal schools, school safety and school violence. The records include correspondence, reports, faxes, emails, handwritten notes, schedules, publications, and memoranda.

Collection No. 2014-1095-F
This collection consists of records related to correspondence between the President and Michael Jordan, the famous basketball player. This collection consists of birthday greetings from the President, a condolence letter and thank-you note, Presidential remarks for the 1997 appearance of the Chicago Bulls at the White House, and a thank-you note from the President to Mr. Jordan for his gift of a bronze statue of a basketball player given to the President after the Bulls won the fifth of their six championships.

Collection No. 2013-1078-S
Michael O'Mary served as a speechwriter in the First Lady's Office from 1999-2000. This collection consists of topics relating to various events attended by the First Lady, and her speeches and video greetings. Subjects include child care, teen pregnancy, the arts, microcredit, and education. The collection also includes material relating to her foreign travel, and articles she wrote during the Clinton Administration. The records consist of memos, schedules, faxes, briefing materials, drafts, speeches, and transcripts.

Collection No. 2013-0968-S
This collection consists of Michael Schmidt's records from his work in the Domestic Policy Council from 1993 through 1995. Specific topics include: adult education and job training, transportation issues, zero tolerance for underage drinking, workplace safety, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the 1993 Forest Communities Economic Summit, insular territories including Puerto Rico and Guam, and federal relations with Native-American governments. This collection consists of Mr. Schmidt’s notes, memorandums, correspondence, and legislative policy negotiations on education and workplace safety.

Collection No. 2006-0469-F Segment 1
This collection consists of the speechwriting files of Michael Waldman. Waldman served in the Clinton Administration from 1993-1999. He was responsible for writing and editing nearly 2,000 speeches, which included four State of the Union speeches and two Inaugural Addresses. This collection consists of copies of speeches and speech drafts, talking points, memoranda, background material, correspondence, reports, handwritten notes, articles, clippings, and presidential schedules. His speeches focus primarily on domestic issues and events.

Collection No. 2006-0469-F Segment 2
This collection is a continuation of Segment 1 for the speechwriting files of Michael Waldman.

Collection No. 2006-0195-F
This collection consists of records related to Micronesia, the Republic of Palau, and the Republic of the Marshall Islands. These records discuss economic development, immigration, natural disasters and the presidential declarations and assistance resulting from these disasters, ambassadorial appointments, the Investment Development Fund Advisory Board of the Marshall Islands, and the Micronesian Investment Development Fund Advisory Board. This collection consists of cables, email, letters, memoranda, press clippings, and reports.

Collection No. 2008-0729-F
The Camp David Summit of the Middle East Peace Process was held July 11-25, 2000 at Naval Support Facility Thurmont, more commonly known as Camp David. This collection includes records from the NSC related directly to the Camp David Summit of the Middle East Peace Process (MEPP). Responsive documents in the collection are dated primarily between June and August 2000. Early in July 2000, President Clinton proposed initial points of discussion and President of the Palestenian National Authority, Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak agreed to come to Camp David. The meetings at Camp David were, by all accounts, frank, open, unprecedented, and historic. Given the highly sensitive nature of the dialogue during the Middle East Peace Process a majority of the records are closed for foreign relations or national security reasons.

Collection No. 2013-0416-F
This collection consists of records related to Mihai Botez, Romanian Ambassador to the United States, 1994-1995. Records include National Security Council (NSC) email regarding logistics for meetings between Botez and NSC staff and condolence messages following Botez’s sudden death on July 11, 1995. Also included are letters from the Ambassador’s widow, Magda Botez, to the President on topics including Most Favored Nation status and NATO membership for Romania.

Collection No. 2006-0317-F
This collection consists of materials related to Mike Beebe, a former Arkansas State Senator. It includes correspondence, notes, memoranda, email, press releases, and news articles related to topics of interest to Mr. Beebe and those he wished to forward to President Clinton.

Collection No. 2006-0318-F
This collection consists of records related to Mike Huckabee, Lieutenant Governor, and subsequently, Governor of Arkansas. The records include correspondence, memos, email, telephone logs, and guest lists. The collection consists largely of correspondence or draft correspondence between the White House and the Governor and records in which White House staff members make reference to Huckabee.

Collection No. 2008-0797-F
This collection consists of letters from President Clinton to three separate men named Michael Wolf. One is congratulatory letter to Detective Michael Wolf in Los Angeles, California. Another is a thank you note to Michael Wolf in Eisenach, Germany. The third is a birthday note to another man by the name of Michael Wolf.

Collection No. 2011-0068-F
This collection consists of a video recording of President Clinton visiting Mike's City Diner in Boston, MA on January 18, 2000.

Collection No. 2007-0625-F
This collection is primarily related to the Military Construction Appropriations Act of 1997. This collection contains email records related to legislative updates of the Military Construction Act of 1998. The legislative updates keep track of the latest action on a particular bill and the expected action in the next days and weeks. The emails also track legislative action following President Clinton’s use of the line item veto in October 1997. The collection also consists of Statements of Administration Policy and correspondence regarding both the 1997 and 1998 appropriations bills.

Collection No. 2006-0504-F
This collection contains transcripts, remarks, background information, talking points, and speech drafts relating to First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton’s remarks at the Fifth Millennium Evening, held at the White House on January 25, 1999. President and Mrs. Clinton created the Millennium Council in 1997 to oversee commemorative and celebratory activities in anticipation of the beginning of the 21st century. The Council entitled the January 1999 Millennium Evening “The Meaning of the Millennium.” Featuring theologian and religious historian Martin E. Marty and medieval historian Natalie Zemon Davis, the program compared contemporary religious and secular reactions to the year 2000 to similar trends during the previous millennial transition in the year 1000.

Collection No. 2006-0509-F
This collection contains transcripts, packet samples, press releases, draft comments, and e-mails relating to remarks given at the Eighth Millennium Evening, titled “Informatics Meets Genomics,” on October 12, 1999. President and Mrs. Clinton created the Millennium Council in 1997 to oversee commemorative and celebratory activities in anticipation of the beginning of the 21st century. At the October 1999 Millennium Evening, Dr. Vinton G. Cerf, a vice president at MCI WorldCom and co-founder of the Internet, spoke first about Internet technology. The second speaker, biologist Eric Lander of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, discussed his involvement with the Human Genome Project. A question-and-answer session followed the presentations, and President Clinton closed the program with brief remarks about technological progress.

Collection No. 2006-0510-F
This collection contains e-mails, draft remarks, press releases, articles, invitations, and background information pertaining to remarks by the President and the First Lady at the Millennium Matinee event held at the White House on June 12, 2000. President and Mrs. Clinton created the Millennium Council in 1997 to oversee commemorative and celebratory activities in anticipation of the beginning of the 21st century. The 9th Millennium Evening, renamed Millennium Matinee due to its earlier time frame, was entitled “Exploration under the Seas-Beyond the Stars.” The event showcased scientific discoveries in the deep ocean and in outer space. Both the President and the First Lady gave brief remarks at the event in front of an audience of local schoolchildren, and participated in a question-and-answer session. In their remarks, President and Mrs. Clinton discussed American’s heritage of exploration, the importance of studying the oceans and outer space, as well as a recent draft report…