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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.