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Collection No. 2013-0628-F
This collection consists of records related to an article written by David Brock and published in the January 1994 issue of The American Spectator entitled “His Cheatin’ Heart: Living with the Clintons: Bill’s Arkansas bodyguards tell the story the press missed”. In the article, which is better known as “Troopergate”, two Arkansas State Troopers make allegations that they arranged sexual liaisons for then Governor Clinton. The collection contains memoranda, letters, talking points, and news articles. Also included are copies of David Brock’s “Troopergate” article.

Collection No. 2007-1631-F
This collection consists of records related to terrorism in Afghanistan from 1994 through 2001. The collection contains National Security Council (NSC) cables, emails, and Records Management System numbered documents. The records concern United Nations resolutions regarding the deteriorating conditions in Afghanistan, the impact of the Taliban’s rule on Central Asia, foreign press coverage of the proliferation of terrorist groups, Congressional correspondence, international meetings, and reaction to the 1998 United States airstrikes.

Collection No. 2013-0306-F
This collection consists of records related to discussion between White House Staff and the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO). The AFL-CIO is the largest federation of unions in the United States. This collection consists of correspondence regarding various labor issues, memoranda discussing the White House and the AFL-CIO, scheduling and background materials for AFL-CIO events, and publications related to the AFL-CIO. The collection also contains email correspondence between White House Staff discussing a variety of domestic policy topics as they relate to the AFL-CIO.

Collection No. 2013-0687-F
This collection consists of records from the files of Alexander Vershbow related to Bosnia and Herzegovina from 1994 to early 1996. The collection includes documents previously declassified as part of the Central Intelligence Agency’s program “Bosnia, Intelligence, and the Clinton Presidency: The Role of Intelligence and Political Leadership in Ending the Bosnian War.” It also includes several publicly released United Nations Security Council decisions regarding the former Yugoslavia as well as a number of recently declassified Summaries of Conclusions of Principals Committee and Deputies Committee meetings on Bosnia. The files also contain letters, memos, and drafts related to former President Jimmy Carter’s efforts to achieve a cease fire agreement in Bosnia.

Collection No. 2012-0876-F
This collection consists of records related to the landmark 2000 decision by the United States Supreme Court in Boy Scouts of America (BSA) v James Dale. Dale was an Eagle Scout who became an adult member of the BSA as an assistant scoutmaster in New Jersey. The records consist of articles, briefing papers, drafts, emails, legal briefs, letters, meeting notes, memos, memorandums of understanding, routing forms, and transcripts. Topics cover discrimination, government sponsorship/support of private organizations, homosexuality, honorary chairmanships, legal strategy, and youth programs.

Collection No. 2013-0365-F
This collection deals with records addressing the issues of cloning, stem cells, family planning, and other related matters. These papers document the efforts of the Clinton Administration to expand family planning on both the domestic and international level, to put restrictions and limitations on cloning, and to arrive at some sort of agreement that would make it possible for stem cells to be used in research. The collection contains press releases, emails with attachments focusing on scheduling and legislation, drafts, executive orders, reports, correspondence, memoranda, and newspaper clippings.

Collection No. 2007-0143-F Segment 2
This collection consists of records of the Clinton Administration’s work with disability civil rights and the disability movement, both foreign and domestic.The collection contains correspondence, memos, daily briefings, emails, weekly and legislative reports, budget background material, award ceremony and conference setup, Q and As, speech and interview transcripts, agendas, conference invitations, informational packets, legislation, manuals, press clippings, proclamations, signing and veto statements, routing sheets, and schedules. Subjects include the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, disability outreach, Disability and the Presidency, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, proposed changes to DOD and VA disability payments and benefits, federal employment and national hiring policy, the Summit of the Americas and the Conference on Disability, UN-brokered agreements, and human rights as a foreign policy issue.

Collection No. 2008-0264-F
This collection consists of records related to a 1993 request from District of Columbia Mayor Sharon Pratt Kelly to President Clinton about using the DC National Guard to augment the District's Police Forces in the city. The collection contains memos regarding the legal issues surrounding the request, correspondence from Representative Eleanor Holmes Norton and other leaders in the District of Columbia, copies of the original request from Mayor Kelly, copies of legislation and various press clippings regarding the District of Columbia National Guard.

Collection No. 2015-0241-F
This collection consists of material regarding Edward Gramlich’s appointment to the Federal Reserve System’s Board of Governors in 1997, from which he resigned in 2005. This collection contains correspondence and personnel materials regarding Gramlich’s nomination, confirmation, and appointment to the Senate, in addition to publications mentioning Gramlich.

Collection No. 2009-0238-F
This collection consists of material regarding communications between Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder and the White House dating from June 1997 through January 2001. The collection contains articles, cables, clippings, emails, letters, memoranda, notes, and resumes which discuss a variety of topics including racial justice, the appointment of minorities, clemency procedures, immigration, the environment, and also international law enforcement, trade, and military issues.

Collection No. 2015-0245-F
This collection consists of material dealing with the possible appointment of Felix Rohatyn to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. President Clinton considered the idea of nominating him as Vice Chairman of one of America’s most important financial institutions. In the end, he never put Rohatyn forward as a nominee because of widespread Republican opposition. The collection contains handwritten notes, memoranda, correspondence, speeches, and newspaper articles.

Collection No. 2015-0244-F
This collection consists of material concerning the appointment of George Perry to the Board of Governor of the Federal Reserve System in early 1994. The collection contains publications, resumes, and statements concerning Perry's appointment and Perry's withdrawal from this considered appointment.

Collection No. 2007-1550-F
This collection consists of material regarding the Clinton Administration’s handling of the global AIDS crisis. It contains correspondence, memoranda, talking points, drafts, invitations, background material, agendas and minutes, executive orders, speeches, informational packets, travel documents, emails, cables, reports, and press materials regarding a variety of issues related to the fight against HIV/AIDS. The topics addressed include the Haitian detention crisis, federal budget, foreign aid, collaboration with other governments, international agencies (such as WHO and the UN) and NGOs, international conferences, a Presidential Mission to Africa, pharmaceutical companies, tuberculosis, individual countries, and some crossover domestic issues, such as dealing with HIV positive persons in the US military and the inclusion of the virus as an excludable illness under the Immigration and Naturalization Act. The records of the National AIDS Policy Office make up the bulk of the…

Collection No. 2012-0774-F
This collection consists of records relating to H.R. 1977 – Department of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1996. The act provided appropriations for the Department of the Interior, Department of Energy, the Forest Service (Department of Agriculture), Indian Health Service (Department of Health and Human Service), and other smaller agencies. President Clinton vetoed the bill on December 18, 1995. The collection contains correspondence, mostly from Tribal Presidents, Administrators, Chairmen, Chiefs, governors, senators, and congressmen. The files also contain memoranda, statements, and email.

Collection No. 2012-0956-F
This collection consists of material created or received by members of the Clinton Administration regarding the International Criminal Court (ICC). The collection contains letters, memoranda, papers, press statements and briefings, news articles, speeches, and bound material. Topics include gender violence, genocide, human rights, the Kosovo intervention, the United Nations, and war crimes.

Collection No. 2008-0731-F
This collection consists of records related to Iran in 1997. Topics include Executive Order 13059, which prohibited certain trade activities with Iran; and the South Pars Gas Deal, a $2 billion dollar foreign investment contract to develop part of an offshore gas field in the Persian Gulf. Also included are records regarding Russia’s assistance to Iran’s ballistic missile program and the State Department’s designation of the Mujahedin e-Khalq (MEK), an Iranian opposition group, as a terrorist organization. The collection contains memoranda, press releases and briefings, news articles, drafts, executive orders, and email.

Collection No. 2016-0572-F
This collection consists of one record from the Electronic Daily Diary concerning a phone call made by President Clinton to Rear Admiral Thomas C. Lynch on December 6, 1993. It is a diary entry.

Collection No. 2016-0039-S
This collection consists of the speechwriting files of John Pollack, who worked for the Speechwriting Office from 1999-2001. The records primarily consist of speeches related to statements about individuals: eulogies, retirements, award winners, etc. They also highlight speeches or radio addresses regarding health care topics such as children's insurance, teen birth rates, and disability care; as well as domestic policy topics like education, monument dedication, and welfare to work. The collection includes handwritten notes, news clips and articles, press releases, speech drafts, talking points, correspondence, and memos.

Collection No. 2011-1046-F
This collection consists of records related to Operation Sea Signal, Operation Safe Passage, Operation Safe Haven, and Joint Task Force 160. The records in this collection date from approximately January 1993 to August 1996. The records include a large number of daily situation reports from Guantanamo Bay, letters to and from non-governmental agencies and other civilian organizations relating to Haitian and Cuban migrants, papers discussing migrant policy and operation of the various military, Department of Justice, and Department of State operations related to migrant programs. The collection contains all the Clinton Presidential Records of retired Lieutenant Colonels Mike Longoria and Jonathan Noetzel.

Collection No. 2012-0192-F
This collection consists of email created by Jose Cerda III from 1993 until 2001. Jose Cerda III served in many capacities at the White House. He served as Senior Policy Analyst, Special Assistant to the President, and Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy in the Domestic Policy Council; Special Assistant to the Director of the Office of the National Drug Control Policy; and Interagency Affairs Director in Public and Legislative Affairs. He also worked on the domestic policy staff of the 1992 Clinton-Gore campaign and of the 1992 Presidential Transition. The emails created by Jose Cerda III cover major issues within the Domestic Policy Council of the Clinton Administration, specifically drugs, crime, and community empowerment. Beyond specific issues and events his emails concern meeting coordination and scheduling, speech drafts, collaboration with other agencies and offices, congressional correspondence, statements of administration policy, talking points for…

Collection No. 2007-0561-F
This collection consists of records from the White House Counsel’s Office relating to the selection of judicial candidates. President Clinton successfully appointed 66 judges to the United States Courts of Appeals and 305 judges to the United States District Courts. The files contain correspondence, memoranda, profiles, resumes, reports, news articles, and copies of court cases. The records include material on the judicial appointments process, reports on judges for reappointment, numerous letters of recommendations, and candidate questionnaires.

Collection No. 2013-0978-F
This collection consists of records related to Kathleen “Katie” McGinty’s personnel and travel files. McGinty served as Deputy Assistant to the President for the environment and then Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ). The collection contains records from the White House Counsel’s Office and Security Office relating to McGinty’s hiring and then appointment as Chair of the Council on Environmental Quality. This collection also includes email correspondence between White House Staff concerning her plans for official travel associated with the President, Vice President, or Council of Environmental Quality’s initiatives concerning the Environment.

Collection No. 2014-0318-F
This collection consists of email correspondence created and received by Kathryn L. Shaw between November 11, 1999 and December 31, 1999. Kathryn L. Shaw was a member of the Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) from 1999-2001. The email in this collection contain drafts of the Economics Report to the President (ERP), discussions of Shaw’s nomination to the CEA, and discussion of her work outside of the CEA specifically concerning her role in research projects, such as her contributions to “The Impact of Workplace and Technological Innovations on the Demand for Less-Skilled Labor.”

Collection No. 2013-0518-F
This collection consists of records regarding Kyoto Protocol between 1997 and 1998. The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, talking points, statements, news articles, draft discussion papers, questions and answers (Q&As), resolutions, and email. The correspondence includes letters to and from senate and congressional members both in support of/or against the Kyoto Protocol. The memoranda contains material that relates to costs involved with the protocol, the strategy for signing the protocol, and information from some of the Conference of Parties (COP) meetings. The Q&As and talking points cover climate change testimonies and economic issues and the discussion papers are from policy advisors concerning the Kyoto Protocol. The emails consist of correspondence to or from John Podesta, Elliot Diringer, Lowell Weiss, and Todd Stern and include memorandums, speech drafts, and talking points concerning the Kyoto Protocol and Climate Change.

Collection No. 2016-0194-S
This collection consists of the speechwriting files of Laura Capps, who served in the Speechwriting Office from 1997-1998. The files include drafts of remarks and speeches primarily covering domestic topics such as memorial dedications and individual tributes. The records in this collection also include background materials as well as transcripts of speeches as delivered. The files contain drafts, memos, faxes, press releases, schedules, biographical information, internship applications, requests and proposals, press clippings, correspondence, and publications.

Collection No. 2006-1733-F
This collection consists of materials from the files of Laura Schiller who served as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Speechwriter for First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton from 1997 through 2001. The materials in this collection include speeches given by the First Lady and background material including memos, news articles, emails, schedules, correspondence, notes and excerpts from books. The speeches address a wide variety of topics including healthcare, children and human rights.

Collection No. 2015-0239-F
This collection consists of material regarding the appointment of Laurence Meyer to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. President Clinton nominated Meyer to that Board in 1996 and he served as a Governor on the Board from June 1996 to January 2002. The collection contains memoranda on Meyer's economic forecasting business and also his nomination to the Board of Governors, correspondence and publications reviewed for Meyer’s appointment, and a draft of Meyer’s opening statement for his confirmation hearing.

Collection No. 2008-0825-F
This collection consists of records dealing with the fundraising and campaign finance scandals associated with the Lippo Group and three Chinese businessmen—John Huang, Johnny Chung, and Yah Lin “Charlie” Trie. The collection contains memorandums, emails, timelines, correspondence, lists, agendas, schedules, records of attendance, transcripts, and handwritten notes. The collection also includes materials produced for House and Senate investigations.

Collection No. 2010-0650-F
This collection consists of records related to Merrick Garland. President Clinton nominated Garland to the United States Circuit Judge for the District of Columbia seat on September 6, 1995 and Garland began serving in this capacity on March 20, 1997. The collection contains a wide variety of materials including articles, biographies, book chapters, clippings, emails, forms, letters, memoranda, notes, press releases, and resumes. These materials describe Garland’s career (including his work at the Department of Justice), the caseload of the D.C. Circuit, and also Garland's appointment to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

Collection No. 2006-0319-F Segment 2
This collection consists of material regarding Monica Lewinsky, White House intern in 1995 and 1996. The collection reflects both Lewinsky's employment in the White House as well as the investigation into President Clinton's relationship with Lewinsky and the resulting impeachment. The collection contains records relating to Lewinsky's job duties such as email correspondence (including email sent and received by Lewinsky's user account), form letters, photograph requests, resumes, and telephone lists. Textual records include documents produced for the Office of Independent Counsel, Judiciary Committee reports and transcripts, and released court documents.

Collection No. 2007-1610-F
This collection consists of materials regarding Mullah Mohammad Omar, the founder and spiritual leader of the Taliban, and Osama bin Laden. Under Omar’s direction, the Taliban provided sanctuary to al-Qaeda and its leader Osama bin Laden despite demands by the United Nations Security Council that he be handed over for trial for his involvement in the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The collection includes news articles and press briefings regarding the Taliban’s refusal to turn over bin Laden and the resulting United Nations sanctions.

Collection No. 2016-0013-F
This collection consists of records related to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) arbitration cases under Chapter 11 of the agreement. The collection contains National Security Council records of the three arbitration cases that occurred during the Clinton Administration: Loewen Group, Inc. and Raymond L. Loewen v. United States of America; Mondev International Ltd. v. United States of America; and Methanex Corp. v. United States of America. Email in this collection primarily consists of correspondence to or from Lael Brainard (Deputy National Economic Adviser and Deputy Assistant to President), John Duncan Jr. (Special Advisor for International Economic Policy and Counselor, National Security Council), Sharon H. Yuan (Confidential Assistant to the Deputy Director of the National Economic Council), and John D. Podesta (Chief of Staff) concerning interagency discussions of the litigation strategy dispute in these cases.

Collection No. 2014-1041-F
This collection consists of records related to the establishment of the National Economic Council (NEC) in 1993 and its organization. The collection includes copies, drafts, memorandums, and correspondence regarding Executive Order 12835, Presidential Decision Directive/NEC-2, and general matters concerning workflow and membership of the NEC.

Collection No. 2013-0922-F
This collection consists of material regarding the National Small Business Association which provided small business owners with advocacy and public awareness. The collection contains President Clinton’s remarks from the 1993 Small Business Association Awards in addition to correspondence concerning the role of the Small Business Administration and the White House Conference on Small Business.

Collection No. 2013-0625-F
This collection consists of material regarding President Clinton's mentions of Newt Gingrich from January 20, 1993 to January 31, 1995. Gingrich served Georgia's 6th District in the House of Representatives from 1979 to 1999, as House Minority Whip from 1989 to 1995 and as Speaker of the House from 1995 through 1999. The collection includes clippings with annotations, talking points for Congressional calls, memoranda concerning both recommended communication with Gingrich and criticism from Gingrich, meeting agendas, and correspondence regarding various legislation, health care, and federal spending.

Collection No. 2009-0572-F
This collection consists of records related to correspondence between President Clinton and those involved in the Northern Ireland Peace Process. The collection contains correspondence with the following individuals: Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams; Taoisigh of Ireland Albert Reynolds, John Bruton, and Bertie Ahern; and British Prime Ministers John Major and Tony Blair. The records also include correspondence with three architects of the Good Friday Agreement: John Hume, David Trimble, and Senator George Mitchell. The collection further contains memoranda, letters, schedules, and press statements regarding the President’s involvement in the peace process. The majority of the records address with routine issues: thank you letters for visits and head of state gifts, and farewell letters to outgoing leaders.

Collection No. 2006-1990-F
This collection consists of records related to the Irish Peace Process. The collection contains correspondence from Congress and the public, memoranda, cables, and speeches related to the Northern Ireland Peace Process. The collection also contains emails, which include press guidance, scheduling issues, draft correspondence responses, drafts of the 1998 National Security Strategy Report, and discussions President’s and First Lady’s trips to Ireland and Northern Ireland in 1995 and 1998.

Collection No. 2014-0527-F
This collection consists of records related to Piyush “Bobby” Jindal, who served as the Governor of the State of Louisiana (2008 – 2016). In 1998, Jindal was appointed at the request of Senator John Breaux (LA) to the director of the Bipartisan Commission on the Future of Medicare. The collection contains of email correspondence between White House staff concerning Bobby Jindal and his role as the director of the Bipartisan Commission on the Future of Medicare. This collection also consists of Worker and Visitor Entry Systyem (WAVES) and White House Database (WHODB) records related to the Republic of India Official Dinner September 17, 2000, and event Jindal attended.

Collection No. 2013-0816-F
This collection consists of records related to a phone call between President Clinton and former President Jimmy Carter on May 21, 1994 to discuss China. The collection contains correspondence between the two presidents referencing the call.

Collection No. 2010-0939-F
This collection consists of records related to Presidential Decision Directive 26 (PDD/NSC-26), “United States Policy on the Arctic and Antarctic Regions.” The files provide a broad view of the development of Arctic and Antarctic policy during the Clinton Administration. The collection includes correspondence related to the drafting of PDD-26 from the public, public advocacy groups, and non-governmental organizations. Also included are a selection of materials related to the drafting of Presidential Review Directive 23, “U.S. Policy on Extraterritorial Application of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA),” and also the Interagency Working Group formed as a result of Presidential Review Directive 12 (PRD-12) and the responses to PRD-12.

Collection No. 2015-0369-F
This collection consists of National Security Council records related to Presidential Decision Directive, National Science and Technology Council 6 (PDD/NSTC-6), “U.S. Global Positioning System Policy.” The records in this collection date from 1987 to 2000 and include memos, drafts, and emails related to the drafting of PDD/NSTC-6. The collection contains briefing papers, reports, and presentations related to GPS, Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS), and Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS).

Collection No. 2016-0582-F
This collection consists of one record from the Electronic Daily Diary concerning a phone call made by President Clinton to Rear Admiral Thomas C. Lynch on December 6, 1993. It is a diary entry.

Collection No. 2015-0252-F
This collection consists of material regarding designation of the Sammy L. Davis Federal Building in Saint Louis, Missouri in October 1996. Samuel L. Davis was a Vietnam veteran and recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor. The collection contains correspondence regarding several bills designating Federal buildings including the Davis Building, copies of signed acts and reports concerning such designation, and correspondence from Davis regarding the Medal of Honor.

Collection No. 2016-0421-S
This collection consists of the Domestic Policy Council (DPC) records of Sarah Lucas, who worked for the DPC from 2000-2001 as both the DPC Office Manager and the Assistant Director of the Crime and Drug Policy team. The collection consists primarily of published reports by various agencies including the Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Statistics, Department of the Treasury, the General Accounting Office, and the FBI, among others. It also consists of publications, articles, press clippings, memorandums, talking points, background materials, letters, faxes, emails, and administrative materials like intern applications.

Collection No. 2008-1238-F
This collection consists of material regarding Ted Kennedy, who served as a Democratic Senator from Massachusetts from 1962 to 2009. The collection primarily contains correspondence between President Clinton and the Senator along with related background material, as well as emails containing correspondence, news stories, talking points, and press releases. Topics include the Senator’s contributions to health care reform, civil rights, religious freedoms, affordable education, and AmeriCorps.

Collection No. 2014-0496-F
This collection consists of audio tapes, transcripts and correspondence concerning taped conversations with President Clinton created for the use of White House speechwriters. It contains audio cassette tapes containing recordings of President Clinton conversing with speechwriting advisers and practicing his upcoming 1998 State of the Union address. This collection also consists of emailed correspondence concerning taped speech preparation meetings with the President of the United States and transcriptions of those meetings. Email correspondence includes transcriptions of speech preparation for 1997 Inaugural Speech, 1997, State of the Union (SOTU), and an unidentified 1998 speech, 1999 SOTU, and 2000 SOTU.

Collection No. 2016-0153-F
This collection consists of the records produced and maintained by Stephen Pifer, who served in the National Security Council’s (NSC) Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasian Affairs Directorate from 1994 through 1997. These files contain memorandums, correspondence, reports, notes, and briefing materials regarding his work on Clinton Administration policy toward the former Soviet Union. Topics include economic and political stability, the Conventional Forces in Europe and the START II treaties, foreign aid, and NATO expansion. The collection also contains notes and briefing books for Mr. Pifer’s travel on behalf of the National Security Council.

Collection No. 2006-1164-F Segment 2
This is the second segment of a collection consisting of records dealing with terrorist attacks during the Clinton Administration and the counterterrorism policies put in place in response to those attacks. The collection contains records from the files of the staff of the Transnational Threats Directorate in the National Security Council and includes memorandums, briefing papers, reports, notes, cables, emails, correspondence, and press material. Topics addressed include legislation, preparedness reports, aviation security, Presidential Decision Directives (PDDS) 39 and 62, and the investigations of the Oklahoma City Bombing, the Riyadh bombing, the Khobar Towers bombing, the U.S.S. Cole bombing, and abductions of westerners.

Collection No. 2015-0274-S
This collection consists of records relating to Tom Freedman. Tom Freedman was Special Assistant to President Clinton for Policy Planning and then became a Senior Advisor to the President. In 1996 he was Chief of Staff for Political Strategy during the Clinton/Gore campaign. The collection highlights topics relating to family, children and child care, education, health care reform, food safety, fair housing, Medicaid and Medicare, privacy, tobacco, wage gap, welfare and women's issues. The files contain articles, correspondence, drafts, information packets, memos, reports, speeches, and talking points.

Collection No. 2014-1060-F
This collection consists of records related to the President’s waiver of the Jackson-Vanik Amendment for Vietnam. The Jackson-Vanik Amendment denies normal trade relations to countries that limit the right of citizens to emigrate. President Clinton granted Vietnam a waiver in 1998 and renewed it 1999 and 2000. This collection contains memoranda, letters, reports, email, and drafts. It also includes letters from organizations, such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the American Legion, and from members of Congress presenting their arguments for or against the waiver. The records also contain the Reports to Congress Concerning the Extension of Waiver Authority for Vietnam for the years 1998 through 2000.

Collection No. 2016-0244-F
This collection consists of records concerning three convicted teenagers that became widely known as the “West Memphis Three.” The three teenagers - Jessie Misskelley, Jr., Damien Echols, and Jason Baldwin - were convicted in 1994 for the 1993 murders of three eight year old boys in West Memphis, Arkansas. This collection contains letters of letters of sympathy from President Clinton to the families of the children who were murdered in the West Memphis area. This collection also includes email containing public opinion concerning the West Memphis Three.

Collection No. 2006-1066-F
This collection consists of records related to White House Counsel vetting procedures utilizing FBI files. During the administration this procedure came under investigation by a number of entities and became known popularly as “Filegate.” This collection contains a large number of records from the White House Counsel Office. It includes correspondence related to the various investigations and administrative paperwork related to records management and records production. The files also include personnel records, correspondence related to personnel security, approval for White House passes, and administrative paperwork related to monitoring those activities. The collection also includes records related to a lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch that was also referred to as “Filegate.”

Collection No. 2009-0516-F
This collection consists of records from the White House Visitor’s Office relating to White House tours. The Visitors Office is where the public can obtain information about the Whites House including its architecture, furnishings, first families, and social events. The files contain correspondence, memoranda, reports, individual and group tour statistics, calendars, and handbooks.