Terry Edmonds worked as a speechwriter from 1995-2001. He became the Assistant to the President and Director of Speechwriting in 1999. His speechwriting focused on domestic topics such as race relations, veterans issues, education, paralympics, gun control, youth, and senior citizens. He also contributed to the President’s State of the Union speeches, radio addresses, commencement speeches, and special dinners and events. The records include speeches, letters, memorandum, schedules, reports, articles, and clippings.
Office of Speechwriting, James (Terry) Edmonds
635 folders in 52 boxes
Clinton Presidential Records: White House Staff and Office Files
William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum