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.
This collection contains a list of attendees from the White House Database of guests who joined President Clinton in the screening of “Three Kings” on October 14, 1999. This collection also consists of Electronic Daily Diary records of guests who attended the movie party at the above date.
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.
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.