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  • Collection: Finding Aids - Collection Descriptions & Inventories

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1014-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1014-F
This collection consists of records related to Zoe Baird's service on the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB) from 1993 to 2001. The collection consists of clippings, correspondence, emails, forms, memorandum, and statements describing Baird’s appointment and service on the PFIAB.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0457-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0457-F
This collection consists of National Security Council records concerning the nation of Zimbabwe from 1995 to 1997. Throughout the Clinton Administration, Zimbabwe enjoyed a working relationship with the United States which included many high level visits as well as 1997’s African – African American Summit. In addition, Zimbabwe received a great deal of American Aid during the mid-1990s in response to a number of crises. The records in this collection include correspondence, memoranda, briefing materials, cables, and emails.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0501-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0501-F
This collection consists of records relating to remarks by the President at the 200th Birthday Celebration of Youngstown, Ohio on July 4, 1996. The records include correspondence, memoranda, publications, schedules, and speeches.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-0282-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0282-F
This collection consists of records regarding the Yemeni Civil War, which lasted from May 4, 1994 through July 7, 1994. It contains cables, emails, press materials, notes, and correspondence regarding the war, international cease-fire efforts, and humanitarian aid for the Yemeni people. The collection also includes records concerning United Nations Security Council involvement in the crisis, as well as a translation of the unsuccessful June 30, 1994 ceasefire document.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0205-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0205-F
This collection consists of records concerning WORLDNET, a television service which is one of the elements making up the International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB). WORLDNET offers a variety of programming dealing with American life and United States foreign and domestic policies. Voice of America (VOA) shares production credits with WORLDNET. The files contain email, articles, statements, charts, cables, and reports related to WORLDNET programming.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0688-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0688-F
This collection consists of a video recording of President Clinton concerning the 1998 World Cup. The video recording contains footage of President Clinton recording taped remarks on June 18, 1998 concerning the U.S. versus Iran World Cup soccer match.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0726-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0726-F
This collection contains records related to White House entry from January 20, 1993 through December 31, 1995. It consists entirely of records that were copied and arranged from the White House Worker and Visitor Entry System (WAVES).

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2006-1854-S-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1854-S
This collection consists of photographs relating to President Clinton and Winfield House in London, England Winfield House is the residence of the U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2006-1854-S-Winfield-House.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1854-S
This collection consists of correspondence, press releases and reports, speeches, trip planning information, daily schedules, and public remarks concerning the Winfield House, the U.S. Ambassador’s residence in London. During his presidency, President Clinton visited the residence three times: November 1995 and May 1997 and 1998.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0692-S-Kincaid.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0692-S
This collection consists of files maintained by William “Bill” Kincaid, Associate Director for Education Policy on the Domestic Policy Council from 1997 to 2000. Prior to his service in the Clinton Administration, he worked for the Department of Education from 1995 to 1997. The collection consists of records related to charter schools and public school choice, reading and literacy initiatives, improving math and science education, urban and rural education initiatives, fixing failing schools, constructing, renovating, and modernizing schools, connecting schools to the Internet, training, recruiting, and retaining qualified teachers, and racial and ethnic diversity in schools and higher education. This collection also consists of records related to expanding access to higher education through community college initiatives, vocational education, Pell Grants, scholarships, tax credits, financial aid, work-study, and Federal Direct Loans. These materials include correspondence,…

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2010-0363-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0363-F
This collection consists of records relating to the architectural design process, site location, and proposed museum exhibits for the Clinton Presidential Library. It contains email, memoranda, newspaper articles, notes, timelines, and papers. There is also correspondence composed of letters from architectural firms seeking to get involved in the building and design of the Clinton Library. At least one firm went so far as to submit an entire portfolio to President Clinton.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0844-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0844-F
This collection consists of articles, drafts of a letter from President Clinton to Mr. Buckley in response to an article Mr. Buckley wrote concerning the Kyoto Protocol, also cables and email relating to articles written by Mr. Buckley or comments made on the television show Firing Line. Mr. Buckley was a conservative author and commentator; he was a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist; he founded the political magazine National Review and hosted the television show Firing Line.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0998-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0998-F
This collection consists of records related to Admiral William Crowe’s service on PFIAB (Presidential Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board). Crowe served as Chairman of PFIAB from 1993-1994. The records related to Crowe’s appointment and vetting process. The records in this collection contain correspondence, press materials, and background information about his election as Chairman.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0496-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0496-F
This collection consists of records from the White House Staff and Office Files relating to Microsoft founder, Bill Gates. William Henry (Bill) Gates III is an entrepreneur, investor, author, and philanthropist. He and his friend Paul Allen founded the Microsoft Corporation. The files contain correspondence memoranda, press releases, magazine and news articles, handwritten notes, remarks and statements. The records also contain copies of court materials regarding the United States v. Microsoft. The Department of Justice filed this antitrust suit against Microsoft alleging that the company attempted to monopolize the computer software market.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2012-0181-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0181-F
The collection consists of records from WHORM (White House Office of Records Management) Subject File HU, Human Rights. The Subject File is a primary category containing information pertaining to human rights and civil rights, citizenship, segregation, ideologies and voting rights, and includes communications from the public expressing views about such matters. Subdivisions within the Subject File include genocide, civil disturbances, ideologies, equality for women, and equality in education and employment. There are also subdivisions for ethnic origin groups, such as Arab-American, Asian-American, African-American, Eastern European-American, Hungarian-American, Greek-American, Irish-American, and others. The records in this collection include memoranda, correspondence, reports, articles, and publications. Six diskettes were processed electronically and included in a single disk at the end of the collection.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-0320-F-Segment-2.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0320-F Segment 2
This collection contains material pertaining to the investigation of Whitewater Development Corporation and Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan during the Clinton Administration. This segment is devoted to responsive records from White House Counsel’s Office CF (confidential file) boxes and consists of Bates Series S documents which were given to the Senate over the course of the investigation. The files consist of articles, briefing papers, calendar entries, computer printouts, correspondence, court documents, depositions, document production logs, drafts, candidate financial statements, legislation, letters, meeting notes, memoranda, news clips, payroll information, phone logs, press statements, reports, schedules, subpoenas, tax returns and other forms, testimony, and transcripts. Major topics covered include the Department of the Treasury, the Independent Counsel statute, James McDougal, Kenneth Starr, Jim Guy Tucker, Madison Guaranty, the Resolution Trust Corporation, Rose Law…

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0320-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0320-F
This collection consists of records pertaining to the investigation of Whitewater Development Corporation and Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan. The records focus on Whitewater, Madison Guaranty, Vincent Foster, and the White House Travel Office (Travelgate). Whitewater was the name given to a failed 1970s Arkansas real estate venture, in which then Governor Bill Clinton, and his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton, were partners. Whitewater was backed by Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan, which went bankrupt in 1989. The records consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, resumes, fact sheets, press releases, magazine and newspaper articles.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0779-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0779-F
This collection is a list of visitor entries into the White House from 1999-2001. To gain access to the White House visitors submitted their personal information and appointment date and location to software used by the White House staff, the Worker and Visitor Entry System (WAVES). Information available via WAVES includes visitor name; appointment time, date, and location; times of arrival and departure, and names of the White House staffer who entered the appointment into the WAVES database. The White House also collected date of birth and social security information of visitors; which is not provided in this collection. There are over 1,000,000 White House appointments or entries for the years 1999-2001.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2009-0516-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-0946-F-Segment-2.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0946-F Segment 2
This collection consists of records regarding the termination and dismissal of seven White House Travel Office staff on May 19, 1993: Billy Ray Dale, Gary Wright, John Dreylinger, Ralph Maughan, John McSweeney, Barnaby Brasseux, and Robert Van Eimeren. This segment consists of files from the Counsel’s Office and selected files from the Travel Office which were used by the General Accounting Office in their audit in 1993. Much of the material is duplicative of segment 1 of 2006-0946-F. It contains audit results, bank statements, cables, chronologies, congressional correspondence, document indices, document production correspondence, emails, handritten interview and meeting notes, inspection results, investigation results, letters, manuals, memos, personnel records, press releases, schedules, subpoenas, talking points, and transcripts.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0946-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0946-F
This collection consists of records regarding the termination and dismissal on May 19, 1993 of seven White House Travel Office employees: Billy Ray Dale, Gary Wright, John Dreylinger, Ralph Maughan, John McSweeney, Barnaby Brasseaux, and Robert Van Eimeren. The media heavily criticized the White House’s actions, calling the firings and ensuing investigations “Travelgate.” The records include Congressional correspondence, memoranda, audits, Travel Office financial records, presidential schedules, the First Lady’s appointment calendars, travel lists relating to White House press that accompanied the president on official trips, e-mails, and press clippings.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0588-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0588-F
This collection contains correspondence, personnel forms, publications, memos, articles, and press materials concerning procedures and policies during the transition of the Bush Presidency at the end of the Clinton Administration. The collection includes information on the Memorandum of Understanding between the incoming and outgoing administration, retiring records to the National Archives, the General Services Administration support of the transition, and codes of conduct for new appointees and exiting Clinton staff.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-1094-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-1094-F
This collection consists of material from the White House Task Force on Climate Change (WHTFCC). It contains reports, publications, memoranda, speeches, talking points, press releases, and emails. Topics covered by the records include global warming, greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide emissions, clean coal, Earth Day 2000, and climate change meetings that took place in Buenos Aires and The Hague.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1446-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1446-F
This collection consists of speech note cards for a September 29, 1993 speech by President Clinton regarding renovations at the White House.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0360-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0360-F
This collections contains photographs from January 21, 1998 of President Clinton interviewing with Jim Lehrer for PBS Television “News Hour” in the Roosevelt Room, and President Clinton interviewing with Mara Liasson & Robert Seigel of National Public Radio (NPR) in the Oval Office

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0427-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0427-F
This collection contains photographs from July 15, 1999 of President Clinton participating in a question and answer discussion with S.A.F.E. students from Colorado in the State Dining Room and President Clinton delivering remarks with the students on the South Lawn. The question and answer discussion with students included many students affected by the school shooting at Columbine High in Littleton, Colorado that occurred on April 20, 1999

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2008-0666-F-AV-2000-Segment-1.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0666-F Segment 1
The collection consists of photographs created from July 1, 2000 through July 4, 2000. The segment contains photographs pertaining to: arrivals, departures, meetings, ceremonies, press briefings, interviews, photo-ops, etc., involving President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, staff and others for the time period processed

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0284-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0284-F
This collection consists of all records from the WHORM Subject File “OS” and relate to Outer Space. The OS Subject Files contain correspondence from congressional leaders, mayors, governors, Space Technologies Applications and Research Groups, NASA, and McDonnell Douglas. The records also contain memos, reports, resolutions, remarks, biographies, invitations and emails. Of particular interest is an email from astronaut John Glenn to President Clinton from space on Friday November 6, 1998 and the President’s reply on November 7.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0392-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0392-F
This collection consists of material dealing with the White House Internship Program for the years 1996-1997. The collection contains applications, transcripts, correspondence, resumes, lists, charts, memoranda, newspaper articles, and notes. Additional documents make clear what offices the prospective interns wanted to wind up in, their hours of availability, and the needs of staffers for applicants to do specific jobs.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-0378-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0378-F
This collection consists of emails relating to White House Fellows and the White House Fellow Program from September 1, 2000 to January 19, 2001. The body of documents also includes a catalogue of the 2000-2001 White House Fellows, which contains resume and profile information.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0770-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0770-F
This collection consists of records relating to Nancy Bekavac and Marjorie Craig Benton both of whom served as Chair of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships. The records contain correspondence between the President and Nancy Bekavac on issues related to White House Fellows. The records also contain files related to Bekavac and Marjorie Bentons’ appointments to the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0769-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0769-F
This collection consists of records relating to remarks made by President Clinton to White House Fellows, White House Fellow Alumni, or Commissioners of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships. The records of this collection are primarily notes for appearances Clinton made at events held in conjunction with Fellow activities.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0768-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0768-F
This collection consists of records related to White House Fellows directors Brooke Shearer and Jacqueline Jordan Blumenthal. This collections contains resumes, memoranda, handwritten notes, briefing papers, and correspondence.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0767-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0767-F
This collection consists of records relating to the White House Fellowship Program. The White House Fellowship Program gives presidentially-appointed individuals the opportunity to serve for one year as full-time employees of the Federal Government; typically working within the Executive Branch. Eleven to nineteen fellows are selected each year from over 1,000 applicants. The records are largely concerned with the selection of Commission members, National finalists and the daily operation of the White House Fellowship program.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-1066-F.pdf
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.”

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0748-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0748-F
This collection contains all correspondence between specific members of the Clinton Administration’s Domestic Policy Council -- Bruce Reed, Elena Kagan, Leon Panetta, Erskine Bowles, and John Podesta -- and specific members of the British government -- Alastair Campbell, David Miliband, Patricia Hewitt MP, Ed Balls, Gordon Brown MP, and Professor Anthony Giddens. The collections primarily contains emails between David Miliband and Bruce Reed. They are mostly conversational in tone, with some discussion concerning meetings amongst themselves and various counter-parts. The emails also includes brief mentions of welfare reform, livability, education policy and initiatives, and the G8 and NATO summits.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2013-0932-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0932-F
This collection consists of records concerning individuals who attempted to become participants in the White House Conference on Small Business (WHCSB) held during the Clinton administration on June 11-15, 1995. The collection contains resumes and covering letters arranged individually and by state. The records also include Presidential correspondence, memoranda, publications, drafts, papers, newspaper articles, press releases, and reports regarding the recommendations set forth by the WHCSB.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2011-0568-S.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0568-S
The White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy (WHCCAMP) was established by EO 13147 on March 7, 2000 for a two-year period in response to a growing public use of and interest in alternatives to standard medical care. These records cover WHCCAMP meetings and consist of minutes, testimony, and transcripts as well as planning and informational material.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-1575-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-1575-F
This collection contains invitations and brochures inviting the President and the First Lady to attend the convention, “When Cosmic Cultures Meet,” hosted by Human Potential Foundation on May 27-29, 1995.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-1173-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-1173-F
This collection consists of material related to the Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act. It contains correspondence, reports, memoranda, talking points, notes, fact sheets, speeches, speech cards, drafts, newspaper articles, briefings, and emails.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0244-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0325-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0325-F
This collection consists of records related to General Wesley Clark, Supreme Allied Commander of Europe (SACEUR) NATO from 1997-2000. The topics covered in this FOIA include Clark’s appointment as SACEUR, the White House Fellows program of which Clark was an alumnus, Kosovo Campaign Medal in 2000 and the Medal of Freedom in 2000. The records in this collection contain correspondence, memorandums, resumes, travel documents, press releases and event information.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2011-0387-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0387-F
This collection consists of records related to Warren Tsuneishi. Tsuneishi was one of the greeters to meet President and Mrs. Clinton when they arrived at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. He was also present at the ceremony where President Clinton gave the capstone speech honoring the 50th Anniversary of World War II. This collection consists of a schedule, a list of participants and attendees, a biography, and veteran information forms related to the fiftieth anniversary of the end of the war in the Pacific.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1157-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1157-F
This collection consists of records from Secretary of State Warren Christopher's trip to South American in February and March 1996. These materials include cables of the Secretary's speeches during his trip and news reports on the Secretary's meetings with various leaders and delegations.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1000-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1000-F
This collection contains records relating to Senator Warren B. Rudman and his service as a member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. Rudman was appointed by President William Jefferson Clinton to the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB) on September 30, 1993 and served until 2001. These records consist of email, memorandum, and administrative paperwork. The records relate to Aspin’s nomination on the PFIAB and to his service on the PFIAB.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0995-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0995-F
This collection consists of records related to the War Powers Resolution. It contains policy papers, memoranda, and multiple reports and updates routed from the Clinton Administration to both houses of Congress. The collection also includes numerous cables, emails and administrative papers related to the reporting requirements of the Resolution.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0356-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0356-F
This collection consists of photographs of Wade Edwards at the Voice of American National Endowment for the Humanities National Essay winner’s reception at the White House March 13, 1996. The photographs detail Hillary Rodham Clinton greeting Wade Edwards and family, and essay contest winners in the Blue Room.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0165-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0165-F
This collection consists of documents concerning the Voice of America (VOA). VOA broadcasts reach 100 million regular listeners in English and 52 other languages. This collection contains materials from several agencies and individuals, including the National Security Council. The files include but are not limited to correspondence, memos, testimony, talking points, email, and articles.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0333-F-Segment-1.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0333-F (Segment 1)
This collection consists of records related to Bill and Hillary Clinton’s visit to Steven Spielberg’s property in East Hampton, New York in the summer of 1998 and Georgica Pond. This collection primarily contains email correspondence between White House staff concerning preparation for President Clinton’s stay at the Spielberg residence, while vacationing in the Hamptons, July 31, 1998 through August 2, 1998. This collection also consists of a log of telephone calls placed and received by the President while staying at the residence.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1080-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1080-F
This collection consists of correspondence, memorandums, tracking sheets, subpoenas and articles related to the death of Vincent Foster on July 20, 1993. Foster’s death was the subject of multiple investigations. Included in this collection are materials gathered for those investigations, condolence letters, requests from the public, and press articles.

2012-0095-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0095-F
This collection consists of records of appointments for entry into the White House, and logs of entry and exit into and out of White House access points for Vincent Foster from January 19, 1993 through June 5, 1993.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0686-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0686-F
This collection includes materials relating to Viktor Bout (or Butt). The records include cables, email, and other documents related to upcoming meetings related to Bout, copies of United Nations resolutions which Bout is believed to have violated, and various press articles about sanctions against Liberia's diamond exports and a plane crash in Angola in October of 2000. The majority of this FOIA case is currently withheld under PRA and FOIA restrictions.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0684-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0684-F
This collection consists of records related to Viktor Bout (or Butt). The records include cables, email, and other documents related to notifications of upcoming NSC meetings regarding Bout and mention of a New York Times article about the suspected arms smuggler. In addition, there is material related to the Eminent Persons Group (EPG) on Curbing Illicit Trafficking in Small Arms and Light Weapons. The majority of this FOIA case is currently withheld under PRA and FOIA restrictions.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-1060-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/AV/2014-0645-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0645-F
This collection consists of one master tape video recording from the White House Television Office (WHTV). President Clinton visits the Kuropaty World War II Memorial in a forest in the outskirts of Minsk, Belarus. President Clinton is accompanied by Prime Minister Vyacheslav Kebich and Zenon Posnyak of Belarus. The visit to the Kuropaty Memorial was on January 15, 1994 (MT.01643, Clip #2). The run time for the responsive video is approximately three minutes and forty-eight seconds.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-1089-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-1089-F
This collection consists of records from the electronic daily diary between November 6, 2000 - December 14, 2000 featuring Vice President Al Gore. This collection contains diary entries that note the date, time, and place where phone calls or attempted phone calls took place between President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0924-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0924-F
This collection consists of records related to the court case, Vernonia School District vs. Acton. This case adressed the constitutionality of the Oregon school board’s policy to randomly drug test student athletes. This collection contains a statement from the President, memorandum regarding Vernonia vs. Acton, and weekly reports from the Department of Education and Department of Justice to the White House Chief of Staff

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0390-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0390-F
This collection consists of records related trade and economy for Venezuela. The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, background materials, press guidance, schedules, talking points, newspaper articles, and emails.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0391-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0391-F
This collection consists of unclassified material pertaining to Venezuelan diplomatic relations. Most of the records here deal with trips President Clinton, the First Lady, and Thomas (Mack) McLarty made to Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil, and Chile in 1997. They had constructive talks with Rafael Antonio Caldera, the president of Venezuela, and other Latin American officials. The collection contains of reports, memoranda, correspondence, schedules, speeches, fact sheets, lists, diagrams, cables, and talking points.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0412-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0412-F
This collection consists of video recordings from the White House Television Office (WHTV) relating primarily to official visits between President Clinton and President Vaclav Havel of the Czech Republic during the Clinton Administration. Included are materials relating to State Arrival ceremonies, Bilateral Meetings, Joint Press Conferences, State Dinners, NATO events and ceremonies in Washington, DC and Prague, Czech Republic.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-1551-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-1551-F
This collection deals wholly with issues of foreign policy and national security. Only one document from this collection is open: a declassified Department of State cable summarizing Assistant Secretary of State Rick Inderfurth’s December 8, 1996 meeting with the Taliban. The remaining documents are closed for national security reasons.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1985-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1985-F
This collection consists of records related to Usama bin Ladin and Executive Order 12333. It contains National Security Council cables and emails regarding the August 1998 airtrikes against al Qaeda targets in Afghanistan and Sudan, Usama bin Ladin, terrorism, and the prohibition on assassination contained in Executive Order 12333.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-1119-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-1119-F
This collection consists of records related to Japan-U.S. trade negotiations concerning rice and the negotiations between the U.S., Japan, Canada, and the EU over the General Agreements on Trade and Tariffs (GATT) Agreements on Trade in Goods. It includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, emails, administrative paperwork, transcripts of press briefings, press releases, and foreign press compilations. The collection also includes Framework agreement documents, documents related to negotiations on rice, autos and auto parts, forest products, telecommunications, government procurement, supercomputers, semiconductors, and others.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-1209-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2008-1209-F
This collection consists of two video recordings containing a photo-op of President Clinton and the U.S. Wrestling team in the Oval office. The President greeted the wrestlers and team officials. The team presented several gifts to the President, including two medals that were awarded at the recent competitions in Iran. The President made remarks to the team and guests.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0400-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0400-F
This collection consists of all documentation related to the White House's discussions and deliberations over, drafting, writing, and/or revising of President Clinton's June 12, 1998 memorandum to the Secretary of the Interior, titled, "Memorandum on Withdrawal of Certain Areas of the United States Outer Continental Shelf from Leasing Disposition". It contains memoranda, emails, and drafts, regarding Oil and Natural Gas Leasing on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) and background information that was given to the President on the OCS and options for his approval.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0208-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0208-F
This collection consists of records regarding the reorganization of the United States Information Agency (USIA), which culminated in 1999 with its demise as an independent agency. The functions of the USIA were subsumed by the BBG (Broadcasting Board of Governors) and the Under Secretary of State for Public Affairs and Public Diplomacy. This collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, speeches, and schedules.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-1256-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-1256-F
This collection consists of records related to the appointments of the following federal judges in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Marjorie Rendell, Bruce Kauffman, Petrese Tucker, Mary McLaughlin, Berke Schiller, and Richard Surrick. The records in this collection contain vetting materials for each candidate, American Bar Association questionnaires, writing samples, and news clippings.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0743-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0743-F
This collection consists of records related to the August 1997 strike at United Parcel Service (UPS). The strike lasted 15 days, and the repercussions of the work stoppage were felt worldwide with thousands of packages failing to reach their destinations. The central issue of the strike revolved around the widespread use of part-time employees by UPS. In the five-year contract agreed to between the Teamsters and UPS, provisions were made for 10,000 new full-time jobs. Though President Clinton initially refused to intervene, administration officials sat in on negotiations and encouraged both sides to stay at the negotiating table. This collection consists of correspondence, newspaper articles, memoranda, fact sheets, graphs, lists, email, handwritten notes, and reports.

2012-0094-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0094-F
This collection consists of records related to the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women: Action for Development, Equality, and Peace (FWCW) held in Beijing, China on September 5 – 14, 1995. First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton led the United States’ Delegation, and gave a speech on September 5th entitled “Women’s Rights Are Human Rights.” This collection consists of background papers, memoranda, speech drafts, correspondence, email, cables, newspaper articles, and publications. The collection consists of records regarding individuals who should be selected to represent the United States, the First Lady’s attendance, and the Administration’s Position concerning sending a U.S. Delegation to the Beijing Conference. The majority of the records in this collection request consist of National Security Council (NSC) cables. These communications, contain read-outs of meetings with the ECOSOC and preparatory committees in advance of the Conference, information about other…

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-0642-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0642-F
This collection consists of records related to the United Nations (UN) Convention Against Torture, officially adopted by the United States on October 21, 1994. It contains correspondence, reports, memoranda, cables, and Congressional materials regarding the implementation of the Convention Against Torture and assistance to victims of torture. In addition, these records contain a discussion of alleged terrorist Hani el Sayegh’s claim under the Convention Against Torture prior to his 1998 extradition to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-1560-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-1560-F
This collection consists of material regarding the United Nations (UN) Convention on the Law of the Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses, adopted by the General Assembly on May 21, 1997. It is the only treaty governing shared fresh water resources, and emphasizes conservation of those resources. Sixteen nations have ratified the treaty. The files in this collection contain electronic records regarding the development and implementation of the agreement.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0359-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0359-F
This collection consists of email in reference to Joe Firmage. Joseph Firmage is an internet entrepreneur, and well known for his belief in extraterrestrial intelligence.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1877-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1877-F
This collection consists of records related to the film Contact. The film, released on July 1, 1997, is a science fiction film about the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Program. The screenplay was co-written by Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan and based on the novel of the same title written by Sagan. This collection consists of memos regarding the use of the President’s image in the film and email concerning the film’s co author and Sagan’s wife, Ann Druyan.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0535-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0535-F
This collection consists of email that pertain to Mike McCurry and mentions of UFO’s. It contains a memo emailed from Mark Neschis to Mike McCurry, Ann Lewis and Rahm Emanuel dated July 2, 1998, regarding the weekend television schedule for July 3-5, 1998. Additionally, an email forwarded by Margaret M. Suntum to twenty-one people, including Mike McCurry, dated April 6, 1998 contains an internal transcript of President Clinton’s remarks at the National Newspaper Association Reception in the East Room of the White House March 20, 1998.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0534-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0534-F
This collection consists of UFO related records from the files of Joe Lockhart, White House Press Secretary. This collection contains printed email containing transcripts from various news shows. Also included are Remarks by the President to the National Newspaper Association Reception, a Democratic National Committee Dinner, a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Dinner, and to Pew Charitable Trusts on “Americans Discuss Social Security.” There is a press briefing by Gene Sperling and T.V. News Analysis.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0533-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0533-F
This collection contains records on UFO’s from the files of National Security Advisor Anthony Lake. The NSC Email System contains two documents, both forwards of news articles in which UFO’s are mentioned, sent to the National Security Advisor as blind carbon copies.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0531-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0531-F
This collection consists of correspondence 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. Steven Greer 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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0521-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0521-F
This collection contains records on UFO’s and flying saucers from the files of Secretary of Defense William Cohen. The NSC Cables contain two documents sent by Secretary of Defense William Cohen. Both involve Department of Defense press briefings in which UFO’s and flying saucers are mentioned.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0492-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0492-F
This collection consists of email to and from John Podesta regarding the television show, “The X-Files,” and Area 51.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0490-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0490-F
This collection consists of correspondence regarding unidentified flying objects and extraterrestrials. Edgar Mitchell is a signatory on some of the correspondence to President Clinton from the Project Starlight Coalition.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0474-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0474-F
This collection consists of letters, correspondence tracking forms, memos, reports, email and cables relating to UFO’s or extraterrestrial beings. A majority of the collection are documents which were sent to the White House by Steven M. Greer, the head of a nongovernmental organization called the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CSETI). Other documents include requests for information from the White House relating to UFO’s, extraterrestrial intelligence, or the alleged Roswell incident as well as news transcripts and correspondence concerning reported UFO sightings.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0738-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0738-F
This collection contains records concerning an incident on U.S.S. George Washington during President Clinton’s June 5, 1994 visit to Normandy. The incident involved the disappearance of several towels and bathrobes from the ship. The collection contains email, talking points, notes, and newspaper articles which summarize the incident.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-0164-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0164-F
Alfonso Lopez was indicted by a grand jury of violating the Gun-Free School Zones Act of 1990, which forbids “any individual knowingly to possess a firearm within 1000 feet of a school zone,” 18 U.S.C. 922(q). Lopez argued that the Section 922(q) was unconstitutional and moved to dismiss his indictment. The Supreme Court struck down the Gun Free School Zones Act, in a 5-4 opinion, as unconstitutional. This collection consists of copies of excerpts from the Supreme Court hearings, copies and excerpts from house and senate bills, publications of the “Law Week” and the “Congressional Monitor”, correspondence, email, memos, reports, statements, news articles, and press releases.

2006-0650-F-Segment-2.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0650-F seg 2
This collection consists of records related to U.S. intervention in Haiti, specifically during Operation Uphold democracy. This second segment of the collection primarily comprises electronic records (cables and e-mails) and records management numbered documents not produced in the first segment or in related FOIA. It contains travel approvals, correspondence, reports to congress, a limited amount press reporting, meeting announcements and agenda, talking points, political and legal analysis.

2006-0650-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0650-F
In 1991, a Haitian military regime overthrew the elected President, Jean-Bertrand Arisitide. The US military intended to forcibly remove this regime in 1994 via Operation Uphold Democracy. As US armed forces prepared to engage in this Operation in September 1994, a diplomatic mission led by President Carter convinced the Haitian military regime to allow President Aristide to return to power. The diplomatic mission consisted of President Carter, Senator Sam Nunn, and General Colin Powell. Operation Uphold Democracy then switched missions from a combat to a peace-keeping and nation-building mission. The new mission of Operation Uphold Democracy lasted from September 19, 1994 to March 31, 1995. The Operation consisted of U.S. troops and the UN organized Multinational Force (MNF). This collection consists of bulletins, cables, correspondence, email, memoranda, news clippings, press releases, reports, and talking points related to the 1994 U.S. intervention in Haiti associated with…

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2015-0530-S-Congress-and-Vietnam.pdf
Collection No. 2015-0530-S
This collection consists of Congressional correspondence regarding Vietnam from the National Security Council Records Management System numbered documents. It includes correspondence to President Clinton or the National Security Advisor from Senators and Representatives on various subjects regarding Vietnam such as the presidential trip to Vietnam, lifting of the trade embargo, normalization of diplomatic relations, selection of U.S. ambassador, and POW/MIA issues. In addition, the collection includes correspondence from President Clinton in response to Congressional queries and requests. The files also contain background material, routine memoranda, and reports on U.S./Vietnamese relations.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2015-0183-S-Congress-and-Russia.pdf
Collection No. 2015-0183-S
This collection consists of Congressional correspondence regarding Russia from the National Security Council Records Management System numbers documents. It includes correspondence to President Clinton or the National Security Advisor from Senators and Representatives on various Russian subjects, such as presidential trips to Russia, political reform, imports, aid packages, and legislation. In addition, the collection contains correspondence from President Clinton in response to Congressional queries and requests. The files also include background material, routine memoranda, and reports on U.S./Russian relations.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0012-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0012-F
This collection consists of records related to media reactions, media summaries, and news releases regarding the U.K. - U.S.A. and the Five Eyes intelligence sharing agreement. It contains cables, emails, talking points, and press materials.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0999-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0999-F
This collection consists of records related to an Export-Import Bank guarantee on a project for Russian-owned Tyumen Oil. This collection consists of memoranda, briefing materials, emails, and cables. Most of these regard a commercial dispute with rival BP-Amoco that resulted in a temporary denial of the loan under the Chafee Amendment.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0279-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0279-F
This collection contains photographs relating to an event held at the White House on May 16th, 1997, where President William Jefferson Clinton issued an apology to the survivors of the Tuskegee syphilis experiments. The collection includes photo-ops prior to the President's remarks.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0973-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0973-F
This collection consists of records related to Lee Tunghui, President of the Republic of China (ROC), commonly known as Taiwan, from 1988 to 2000. The collections consists of National Security Council cables containing press clippings which mention Lee, his reelection, or his July 1995 visit to the United States. Lee’s name may also be spelled “Li Denghui.”

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0863-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0863-F
This collection consists of electronic records dating from 1993 to 2000 related to trade relations between Panama and the United States. The collection includes cables and e-mails the transmit Department of State Trade Act reports, agenda, correspondence, invitations to trade meetings and meeting summaries.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0862-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0862-F
This collection consists of records related to trade and Nicaragua. It contains National Security Council (NSC) Cables and Emails from 1993 to 2001. These records include Trade Act and Trade Estimate reports, as well as an email conversation concerning trade meetings on Central American Issues, specifically the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), in September 1994.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0845-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0845-F
This collection consists of printed email concerning the tracking of incoming and outgoing correspondence from members of the United States Congress. A daily email was sent out to the White House staff with a list of who wrote the White House and on which topic. White House staffers would often reply to the daily email to request that a particular letter be faxed to them. The majority of the records cover 1998-2000. There is little discussion concerning the actual responses to the members of Congress, rather the staff members are more concerned about making sure the right letter is seen by the right staffer who could then appropriately respond to the member of congress’ concerns. There are no letters from the members of Congress in the email, only a list of what was received.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2015/2015-0523-F.pdf
Collection No. 2015-0523-F
This collection consists of records related to the First Lady's youngest brother Tony Rodham. It contains correspondence concerning the May 28, 1994 White House wedding of Mr. Rodham and Nicole Boxer, yearly birthday greetings from the President, and photographs of the President and Tony Rodham playing golf. The collections also includes email correspondence concerning travel arrangements, planning preparations for the White House wedding, other event arrangements, speeches, interviews, briefings mentioning Mr. Rodham, and several emails concerning golf outings with the President.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0217-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0217-F
This collection consists of records concerning Tony Blair, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1997 to 2001. The records include speeches, cables, correspondence, email, and memoranda. A variety of topics are covered including, but not limited to, state visits, the G-7, Northern Ireland, and the European Union. There is also information regarding schedules, appointments and foreign travel. The majority of this FOIA case is currently withheld under PRA and FOIA restrictions.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0500-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0500-F
This is an audio recording of an interview of President Clinton by Tom Brokaw of MSNBC; the interview took place in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on July 15, 1996. The interview was a live interview for MSNBC’s show “Internight”. The President and Tom Brokaw discussed various topics such as information technology, Russia, President Clinton’s personal character, tobacco, illegal drugs, welfare reform, Social Security, the Presidential experience, oil imports, income tax, college tuition deduction, China, immigration and Cuba, Bob Dole, Richard Lamm, and the Democratic Convention.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2013/2013-0915-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0915-F
This collection consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence from the White House Office of Records Management (WHORM) system for files received and sent by Todd Stern, a close advisor to President Clinton, in the final years of Clinton’s presidency. The records include the Climate Change Weekly Reports written by Stern for the period January-May 1999. A wealth of information about the emerging and topic of climate change can be gleaned from the papers—press coverage, diplomatic situation, congressional action, and scientific evidence vis-à-vis the subject at hand. The collection includes extensive handwritten comments by President Clinton. The material located here includes reports, memoranda, correspondence, notes, newspaper articles, and drafts.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2013/2013-0914-F-Segment-1.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0914-F Segment 1
This collection consists of email created by Todd Stern regarding of climate. Todd Stern served as Assistant to the President and Staff Secretary in the White House from 1993 through 1999. The emails consist of memos and correspondence concerning the Kyoto Protocol, the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles (PNGV), electricity restructuring, and an Executive Order on Greening the Government Through Efficient Energy Management.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2013-0914-F-Segment-2.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0914-F (Segment 2)
This collection consists of email sent to Todd Stern concerning the issue of climate change during the Clinton Administration. Todd Stern served as Assistant to the President and Staff Secretary in the White House from 1993 to 1999. In that capacity, he acted as senior negotiator at the Kyoto Protocol and Buenos Aires talks. The Automated Records Management System email in this collection primarily consists of press releases and press briefings sent to a distribution list of White House employees, including Stern. The most substantive emails include memos and correspondence concerning climate change related topics such as Kyoto Protocol, Clean Air Partnerships, Green Bonds, Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles (PNGV), Electricity Restructuring, and Energy Smart Schools. The collection also contains notes related to the 1998 Buenos Aires Climate Change Conference, articles concerning Arctic warming, State of the Union drafts, as well as records from diplomatic strategy meetings…

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-1237-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-1237-F
This collection consists of records relating to Timothy J. Russert. The collection contains correspondence from Tim Russert to members of the White House staff and from White House staffers to Tim Russert. In addition there are email regarding Tim Russert and his show “Meet the Press” and information regarding communications from the White House to members of the Press Corp.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-0423-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0423-F
This collection consists of records related to Tim Connolly, the Department of Defense’s Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Special Operation and Low Intensity Conflict from August 1993 to April 1996. It contains biographical materials, from, emails, memoranda, and resumes concerning Connolly’s appointment to and dismissal from this position.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0703-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0703-F
This collection consists of the speechwriting records of Thomas Rosshirt, Director of Speechwriting in the National Security Council. Rosshirt prepared speeches for President William J. Clinton and National Security Advisor Samuel R. Berger between 1999 and 2001. This collection contains clippings, correspondence, email, faxes, memos, printed materials, reports, and speeches.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2015-0274-S-Freedman.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1991-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1991-F
This collection consists of records from the Executive Office of the President, including the President’s schedule for the event and his remarks, the timeline for the ceremony and the invitation list to the Ceremony in Recognition of the Survivors of the Study at Tuskegee. On May 16, 1997, President Clinton issued a public apology to the survivors of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, which was conducted by the United States Public Health Service and lasted from 1932 until 1972. The Study recruited African American men to study the effects of untreated syphilis. The men were not told about their illness and treatment was withheld.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0207-S-Commission-on-Celebration-of-Women-in-American-History.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0207-S
This collection contains the records of The President's Commission on the Celebration of Women in American History, established by President Clinton by Executive Order 13090 on June 28, 1998. The Commission was to make recommendations to the President on ways to recognize and celebrate the contributions and roles of American women throughout the history of the United States. The Commission submitted a report to the President on March 1, 1999. The President extended the Commission's term until December, 2000, for establishing public-private partnerships to implement the Commission's recommendations.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1759-F-1.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1759-F Segment 1
This collection centers on the role of the Clinton Administration in the negotiations leading up to the Good Friday Agreement. The Good Friday Agreement (less commonly known as the Belfast Agreement) was made up of two inter-related documents, both signed on 10 April 1998. The collection contains National Security Council cables, email, and records from NSC European Affairs Office.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-0122-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0122-F
This collection consists of records dealing with the Association of 2,221 Negro Volunteers, World War II soldiers, who are considered the first unit involved in the integration of the American military. The integration occurred in December 1944 during the Battle of the Bulge when President Eisenhower, offered men of color the opportunity to volunteer out of their service units and go to the front lines and fight with white soldiers. Much of this collection revolves around the correspondence of J. Cameron Wade, viewed as the founder of the Association of 2,221 Negro Volunteers, who went to great lengths in writing to President Clinton and other similar higher-ups in an attempt to get the heroic sacrifices of the unit officially recognized. The material found in the collection is comprised of correspondence, notes, memoranda, newspaper articles, and reports.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0191-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0191-F
The email in this collection discuss: the 1996 Farm Bill, Agricultural Market Transition Act (AMTA), USDA announcements of prevailing world market price of cotton and rice and the resulting marketing loan gains and loan deficiency payment rates available to producers, agricultural reports on markets and perspectives, remarks by Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman on agricultural assistance programs, proposed USDA Marketing Loan changes, Economic Injury Disaster Loans for drought victims, federal response to 1999 drought and heat wave, FY 2000 Agriculture appropriations conference report to including $5.5 billion to double Freedom to Farm or Agricultural Market Transition Act payments and $1.2 billion in disaster aid, and H.R. 3194, the Consolidated Appropriations Act for FY 2000.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0649-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0649-F
This collection contains records concerning Brigadier General Terry Schwalier, U. S. Air Force (USAF), who served as the commanding officer of the Khobar Towers housing complex at the time of its bombing. The material consists almost entirely of press summaries and briefings, and one report complete with executive summary and appendix.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2013-1025-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-1025-F
This collection consists of records related to correspondence between Terry McAuliffe and President Clinton. The collection contains letters, invitations, and personal correspondence. The personal correspondence includes Christmas and birthday greetings, as well as thank you notes for Mr. McAuliffe’s work on the 1996 inaugural committee. McAuliffe became the 72nd governor of Virginia in 2014.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0462-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0462-F
This collection consists of records from the files of Terry Edmonds from the Office of Speechwriting. Edmonds was the first African American Chief Speechwriter in a presidential administration. Topics in this collection include race relations, education, veterans, youth, gun control, and senior citizens. The speech drafts in this collection are for State of the Union speeches, radio addresses, commencement speeches and special events. In addition to speeches and speech drafts, the records include letters, memorandum, schedules, reports, articles, and clippings.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-1164-F-Segment-2.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-1164-F-3.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1164-F Segement 3
This collection consists of records dealing with terrorist attacks during the Clinton Administration and the counterterrorism policies put in place in response to those attacks. These records contain studies, legislative materials, memorandums, and reports regarding United States government preparedness for terrorist attacks, and response to those attacks. The documents address a wide variety of terrorism-related topics, including aviation security, Presidential Decision Directives 39 and 62, the 1986 La Belle Disco bombing, the 1988 Pan Am 103 bombing, the 1996 Khobar Towers Bombing, the TWA 800 disaster in 1996, the 1999 Egypt Air 990 crash, and the 1996 Summer Olympics.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1164-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1164-F
This collection consists of records dealing with terrorist attacks during the Clinton Administration and the counterterrorism policies put in place in response to those attacks. These records include press briefings following the attack on the USS Cole and memos regarding security during the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Records dealing with aviation security include the final report to the President from the White House Commission on Aviation Safety and Security dated February 12, 1997, a list of accomplishments, and press guidance on increased security measures dated August 1995.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0993-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0993-F
This collection consists of records relating to Terence R. McAuliffe. Terence McAuliffe served as the Clinton campaign’s chief fundraiser and the national co-chairman of the re-election campaign in 1996. He was the co-chairman of the 1996 inaugural committee and in June of 2000 he became chairman of the Democratic National Convention (DNC). The files contain memoranda, correspondence, a video request form, a script proposal, and a resume.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0824-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0824-F
This collection consists of logs or entries of telephone calls made and received by President Clinton from January 20, 1993 to January 5, 2001.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-0384-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0384-F
This collection consists of correspondence from the general public or interested groups regarding teenage pregnancy. The collection focuses on correspondence addressing teen pregnancy that was sent to the White House from the general public and interested groups. This collection consists of academic papers, correspondence forms, drafts, letters, memoranda, notes, press clippings, press releases, reports, resumes, and statements.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2012-0975-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0975-F
This collection consists of records related to Chinese missile test firings in the Taiwan Straits by the People's Republic of China in 1995 and 1996. The collection contains memorandums between members of the National Security Council staff, policy papers, and National Security Council cables and emails.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2013/2013-1117-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-1117-F
This collection consists of records related to the March 23, 1996 Presidential election held in the Republic of China. It includes records from March 1, 1996 to April 1, 1996. Open records include press guidance and National Security Council directorate guidance. The collection includes unclassified emails discussing the drafting of guidance and talking points. This set of records also includes press reports from news sources around the world related to the election. Many of the records in this collection have been withdrawn for national security or foreign policy reasons.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2012-0978-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0978-F
This collection contains records related to Taiwan's membership in the World Trade Organization as the separate customs territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu, also known as Chinese Taipei. The records consist of emails between National Security Council (NSC) staffers concerning trade issues with Taiwan and various other countries and numerous cables between the NSC the Department of State and the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT).

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-1038-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-1038-F
This collection contains records pertaining to the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) database. The SAVE database system was created with passage of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 in order to verify alien immigration status. This request also contains records regarding a draft bill to make technical amendments to the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrants Responsibility Act (IIRIRA) of 1996, and the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996. Within the draft are responsive materials to this FOIA request relating to Section 642 of the IIRIRA.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0245-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0245-F
This collection consists of material dealing with Sydney, Australia’s bid to host the 2000 Summer Olympic Games. Other cities involved in the competition for this coveted prize included Manchester, England, Istanbul, Turkey, and Berlin, Germany. Sydney eventually prevailed and provided a model for others to follow as it proved to be a vibrant setting for the XXVII Olympiad. The collection contains memoranda, lists, newspaper articles, correspondence, press briefings, resumes, schedules, and reports.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0173-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0173-F
This collection consists of records on Sven Kraemer, a long-time advisor to several American Presidents. The materials include records of visitors to the White House and cables on restructuring governmental organizations.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/MDR/2012-0316-M.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0316-M
Records in this collection include correspondence, reports, papers, memos, emails, and agendas. All records are from the NSC Records Management System numbered documents series and are associated with Susan Rice and Rwanda from 1995 thru 1998. A majority of the records describe the U.S. response to the humanitarian crisis in Rwanda and the neighboring region of Zaire and Burundi.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-1067-F-Segment-2.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1067-F Segment 2
This collection consists of records related to the consideration and/or nomination of Supreme Court Justices. When President Clinton took office, it had been 26 years since a Democratic President had appointed someone to the Supreme Court. President Clinton appointed two Supreme Court Justices within his first two years in office, Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 1993 and Stephen G. Breyer in 1994. The files contain correspondence, handwritten notes, reports, resumes, profiles, memoranda, clippings, press releases, and emails. Most of the correspondence and memoranda concentrate on the accomplishments of those considered.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0381-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0381-F
This collection consists of records related to the Supreme Court's decision in Barnett Bank vs. Bill Nelson, Florida Insurance Commissioner, et al. This responsive records in this collection consist of new articles.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0059-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0059-F
This collection consists of records related to the 1998 Santiago Summit for the Americas. It contains correspondence between the White House, Congress, and various associations regarding discussion issues at this Summit. Also included are drafts of a Presidential message at the Summit and various related scheduling materials.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0064-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0064-F
This collection consists of National Security Council (NSC) records management documents regarding the second Summit of the Americas meeting in Santiago, Chile on April 18 and 19, 1998. It contains memoranda, reports, and papers regarding preparation for the summit and subsequent follow-up on its initiatives.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0062-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0062-F
This collection consists of National Security Council (NSC) records management documents regarding the first Summit of the Americas meeting in Miami, Florida on December 9 through 11, 1994. It contains memoranda regarding summit preparations, policy documents, and routine correspondence between western hemisphere Heads of State.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0926-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0926-F
This collection consists of material related to President Clinton's June 24, 1994 visit to St. Louis, Missouri for the Summer of Safety Program. The collection contains correspondence and scheduling materials for the Summer of Safety event, President Clinton’s annotated remarks for the event, and press releases for the President’s remarks. The President’s speech promoted the Crime Bill and personal responsibility in fighting crime.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1171-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1171-F
This collection consists of materials related to the country of Sudan in the first half of 1996. The United States had designated Sudan a state sponsor of terrorism. The closing of the Embassy in Khartoum, United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1044 and 1054, and calls for expulsion of terrorist financier and al-Qa’ida founder Osama Bin Laden characterized the United States’ interaction with the Sudanese government during this time period. The records in this collection include memoranda, reports, cables, talking points, and press materials concerning United States-Sudan relations.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-1070-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-1070-F
This collection consists of records pertaining to indirect loans, guaranteed student loans, and Stafford Loans. It contains correspondence, reports, newspaper articles, appendixes, and emails.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-1072-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-1072-F
This collection consists of material pertaining to indirect student loans, guaranteed student loans, and Stafford Loans. It contains correspondence, reports, newspaper articles, and emails.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0153-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0483-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0483-F
This collection consists of correspondence and position papers sent to President Clinton from Dr. Steven Greer, Director of the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CSETI). Also included is correspondence from a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) spokesperson to Dr. Greer and a NASA press release regarding unidentified flying objects.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0141-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0141-F
This collection consists of specific folders from the files of Steve Ricchetti. It contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, press releases, newspaper articles, notes, and faxes. The collection deals primarily with the administration’s attempt to overhaul the nation’s health care system.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0494-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0494-F
This collection consists of records related to correspondence between President Clinton and Mr. Steve Jobs, CEO and founder of Apple, Inc. The collection includes of various communications including unsolicited recommendations from Mr. Jobs for the new Surgeon-General, and for Secretary of Defense, Christmas greetings, thank-you notes, and an invitation for the President and the first family to attend a special screening of the animated film "A Bug's Life"."

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0509-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0509-F
This collection contains photographs of Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs. Events photographed include the State Dinner for President Oscar Luigi Scalfaro of Italy on April 2, 1996, the State Dinner for President Jiang Zemin of China on October 29, 1997, and a photo-op in the White House on November 9, 1998. The majority of these photographs are non-responsive to the topic and only a handful of images contain Steve Jobs.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2015-0922-S-Cohen-Steve.pdf
Collection No. 2015-0922-S
This collection consists of records from Steve Cohen in the First Lady’s Press Office. Cohen spent two years in the White House press office as an aide to Dee Dee Myers and George Stephanopoulos and over three years as First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Deputy Communications Director. The files contain faxes, memorandums, correspondence, reports, news clippings, and publications which relate to television, magazine, and speaking engagement requests for the First Lady.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/Warnath-DPC-Civil-Rights.pdf
This collection consists of records from the files of Stephen Warnath, Senior Policy Analyst in the Domestic Policy Council. The Civil Rights Series includes material pertaining to the Civil Rights Working Group and topics such as affirmative action, English only, age discrimination, religious freedom, and voting rights. The records also include confirmation briefing materials for Department of Justice (DOJ) and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) nominees. The records include briefing papers, correspondence, schedules, testimony, reports, clippings, articles, legislative referral memoranda, and memos. The majority of the memos are internal between the Domestic Policy Council staff and the staff of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and between the Domestic Policy Council staff and Congress.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-0067-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0067-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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0550-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0550-F
This collection contains letters and drafts of letters between President Clinton and Stephen Hawking relating to the White House Millennium Lectures. The collection also includes biographical information on Stephen Hawking and a copy of a lecture delivered by Stephen Hawking for the White House Millennium Lectures.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1009-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1009-F
This collection consists of memoranda, press releases, forms, correspondence, articles, cables, and email concerning Stephen Friedman. Friedman was appointed to the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB) in 1999. A considerable amount of this collection is from personnel files of Friedman, nearly all of which are closed for personal privacy.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1267-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1267-F
This collection consists of records relating to Stefanie Sanford and her work on a 1997 Cabinet Retreat, the President’s Summit for America’s Future, and Hot Issues Memos. These records are largely concerned with the creation of Hot Issues Memos and the planning and preparation for the President’s Summit on Service.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0748-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0748-F
This collection consists of correspondence from and concerning Illinois State Senator Barack Obama. The collection consists of written correspondence, emailed correspondence, and White House visitor access records. The topics included in this collection include the proposed Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Air regulations, Obama’s election for Illinois State Senate, and his invitation to White House events.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0193-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0193-F
This collection consists of the guest list for the State Dinner for Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The State Dinner was held on September 17, 2000.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1401-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1401-F
This collection consists of video recording of the State Dinner held for President Nelson Mandela of South Africa on October 4, 1994.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0187-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0187-F
This collection consists of Clinton Administration photographs from the Clinton administration from the September 16, 1998 State Dinner at the White House for President Vaclav Havel of the Czech Republic. Present are President Vaclav Havel & his wife Mrs. Havel (Dagmar Havlova), Lou Reed, whom provided entertainment during the dinner, and others.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1013-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1013-F
This collection consists of materials relating to Stanley Shuman, a member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB). It includes memoranda, resumes, correspondence, email, forms, and press releases. A considerable amount of this collection is from the personnel files of Shuman, nearly all of which are closed for personal privacy.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0669-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0669-F
This collection consists of correspondence from members of the military and the legislature as well as medical professionals in Washington State and California recommending Stanley Flemming to the position of Surgeon General in early 1995. Flemming also wrote expressing his interest in the position. Henry Foster was nominated in 1995 for the position, but never confirmed. Ultimately Audrey Manley was appointed acting Surgeon General from 1995-1997, and in 1998 David Satcher was appointed Surgeon General by President Clinton.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0687-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0687-F
This collection consists of records relating to the St. Patrick’s Day receptions hosted by President Clinton for the years 1998, 1999, and 2000. The records contain the names of people who were invited and/or attended the St. Patrick’s Day White House receptions. The records consist of correspondence, memoranda, call logs, schedules, remarks by the President, and lists of people who were invited and/or attended the St. Patrick’s Day receptions.

2017-0036-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0036-F
This collection consists of records related to an international dispute over the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. It contains National Security Council cables and emails concerning White House press briefings, trade issues with China, and Most Favored Nation (MFN) negotiations. The collection also includes a set of 49 letters to various Congressmen responding to their critique of the Clinton administration’s policy toward China, Taiwan, and the World Trade Organization.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-0075-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0075-F
This collection consists of records relating to communications between President Clinton and his spirtiual advisors. The records consist of correspondence, news articles, notes, cards, and memorandum.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0666-S-Speechwriting.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0666-S
This collection consists of a systematically processed group of records kept by the Office of Speechwriting. The General Files were a collaborative collection created by members of the Office of Speechwriting staff, including interns, in order to form a research library of sorts. The records were used as reference materials by speechwriters to assist with the writing and editing process. This collection primarily contains transcripts of speeches, given both by President Clinton during his administration and as Governor of Arkansas, and background material used to draft speeches.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0477-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0477-F
This collection consists of speech drafts, press releases, memos, correspondence, email, and cables related records pertaining to the speech given by President Clinton at the Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Belfast, Northern Ireland on November 30, 1995.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-0496-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0219-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0219-F
This collection consists of photographs on June 9, 2000 and includes nine photographs of President Clinton meeting with Gene Sperling, Jeff Shesol, Karen Tramontano, and others in the Oval Office regarding preparation for an upcoming speech at Carleton College.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0770-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0770-F
Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance is a wilderness preservation organization in the United States based in Salt Lake City, Utah. The organization formed in 1983 and is a partner in the Utah Wilderness Coalition, a coalition of organizations nationwide that support federal wilderness designation for deserving public lands in Utah. Their mission is the preservation of the outstanding wilderness at the heart of the Colorado Plateau, and the management of these lands in their natural state for the benefit of all Americans. This collection contains email, memoranda, correspondence, and news articles. It also contains background material relating to Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance and a packet of information about the America’s Redrock Wilderness Act.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2012-0660-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0660-F
This collection consists of records related to the Republic of South Africa and the transition to a non-racial democracy. Additionally, the collection also contains records related to nuclear non-proliferation and South African nuclear programs. These date primarily between 1993 and 1996. The collection includes records related to U.S. support for African transition to a non-racial democracy, for extension of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty and the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, and for development of a U.S. policy toward South Africa. The collection also includes a large number of records related to the inauguration of Nelson Mandela as President of the Republic of South Africa. Nelson Mandela, F. W. de Klerk, Thabo Mbeki, and Pik Botha feature prominently in the records of this collection. These materials consists of correspondence, press briefings, talking points, speech drafts, memoranda, news clips, schedules and reports.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1007-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1007-F
This collection contains materials relating to the nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. President Clinton nominated Judge Sotomayor to the position in 1997, and she was confirmed by the Senate in 1998. The records contain biographical information, court opinions as Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York and letters in support of her nomination. This series also includes court records, correspondence, news clippings, articles, and email concerning her nomination.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1021-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1021-F
During the UN peacekeeping operations in Somalia it was essential that the United States share intelligence information in order to protect the safety and operational security of UN forces. Almost all the records related to this collection deal with some aspect of intelligence and have been closed for national security reasons. A limited number of unclassified documents consist primarily of correspondence between members of Congress and the President or officials within the National Security Council concerning Somalia.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0389-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0389-F
This collection consists of photographs of President Clinton meeting with his National Security and Foreign Policy advisors in the Situation Room on August 12, 1998. The President is briefed by his National Security team. There are also photographs from a Foreign Policy Meeting in the Oval Office on August 14, 1998. The President met with George Tenet, William Cohen, Madeleine Albright, Sandy Berger, Leon Fuerth, Richard Clarke, Gen. Henry "Hugh" Shelton, Thomas Pickering, Gen. Donald Kerrick, Maria Echaveste, and John Podesta.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1012-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1012-F
This collection consists of records relating to Dr. Sidney Drell. Dr. Drell was a member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory board (PFIAB) and a 2000 winner of the Enrico Fermi Award. The records relate to Dr. Drell's appointment to and service on the PFIAB, as well as his winning the Enrico Fermi Award. The records in this collection contain memoranda, correspondence, articles, and emails.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2013-0124-S-Sagawa.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0124-S
This collection consists of the records of Shirley Sagawa from her time in the First Lady’s Office. Sagawa was Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff to the First Lady from October 1998 to January 2001. This series highlights topics relating to domestic policy issues from 1993, First Lady book, video, and event requests, White House preservation, national service – specifically, the National and Community Service Act of 1990, The Commission on National and Community Service, the Office of National Service and its transformation into The Corporation for National Service, AmeriCorps, Vista (Volunteers in Service to America), and City Year –White House Conference on Philanthropy, Interagency Task Force on Nonprofits and Government, White House Conference on e-Philanthropy, education, teen pregnancy, school violence, child care, presidential pets, White House Millennium Council and events, Save America’s Treasures, and White House Conference on Teenagers. …

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0138-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0138-F
This collection consists of 5 photographs of President Clinton meeting Shirley MacLaine and her guests at the National Medal of Arts and Humanities Dinner at the White House on December 20, 2000.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0138-F-2.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0138-F Segment 2
This collection contains correspondence from President Clinton to Shirley MacLaine, dated April 26, 1994 and April 20, 1995, wishing MacLaine a Happy Birthday. There is also a memo from the Office of Records Management, dated May 8, 1995, regarding the correct mailing address for Shirley MacLaine.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-1175-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-1175-F
This collection consists of SF-86 forms and other administrative paperwork concerning the background investigations for Sidney Blumenthal, Douglas Sosnik, and George Stephanopoulos. It consists of administrative paperwork related to the completion of background investigation materials.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1363-F-1.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1363-F Segment 1
This collection was made available via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The FOIA request was for all records related to Jesse Helms. In this first segment a significant majority of the records are congressional correspondence with President William Jefferson Clinton and members of his staff. The collection is wide ranging collection touching on topics such as human rights, Women’s rights, and Theatre Missile Defense. It discusses China, Burma, Turkey, Cyprus, Iraq, and Iran among others. Trade Issues with Russia, China, and Japan figure prominently in the records of this collection. Present also are issues related to the recognition of Taiwan. While this is correspondence to or from Senator Jesse Helms, many of his letters included additional signatories. The collection features letters to or from a significant majority of the Senators from the 103rd to 106th Congress. Some of those included for example are: Trent Lott, Joseph Biden, John Glenn, Orin Hatch, Olympia Snowe,…

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2008-1238-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0677-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0677-F
This collection consists of charts, seating plans, memoranda, correspondence, reports, schematic diagrams, and press releases. Perhaps the most meaningful records are several seating plans for a Medicare event that occurred in March 1993.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0543-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0543-F
This collection consists of an email from Patricia F. Lewis to Mary Ellen Glynn and Virginia M. Terzano regarding the Sci-Fi Channel at Camp David.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0835-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2009-0835-F
This is a video recording of President Clinton and Vice President Gore presenting Presidential Science and Technology medals on September 30, 1993 to award winners on the South grounds of the White House. President Clinton and Vice President Gore made brief remarks at the ceremony. The recipients of the National Medal of Science for 1993 were: Daniel Nathans and Salome G. Waelsch, Biological Sciences; Donald J. Cram, Norman Hackerman, Chemistry; Alfred Y. Cho, Engineering; Martin D. Kruskal, Mathematics; Val L. Fitch, and Vera C. Rubin, Physical Sciences. The recipients of the National Medal of Technology for 1993 were: Walter L. Robb, Advanced Manufacturing Technology; Amos E. Joel, Jr., William H. Joyce, George Levitt & Marinus Los, Kenneth H. Olsen, General Product and Process Innovation; Hans W. Liepmann, Human Resource Development; George Kozmetsky, and William D. Manly, Technology Transfer.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-1269-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-1269-F
This collection consists of records relating to internal White House memoranda or correspondence with the Department of Education concerning the School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1994. The files contain memoranda, correspondence, press releases, newspaper clippings, reports, draft legislation, and publications relating to the conception, introduction, and transition of the School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1994.

2009-1440-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1440-F
This collection consists of records related to Saudi Arabia in 1993, the bombing of the Office of the Program Manager – Saudi Arabian National Guard in Riyadh in 1995, and the 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers complex in Dhahran. This collection consists of memoranda, reports, press materials, and correspondence.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0537-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0537-F
This collection contains correspondence between President Clinton and Sarah McClendon, a Senior White House reporter. The records include newsletters, notes, and memos between White House staff regarding drafts of letters from the President to Sarah McClendon.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0421-S-Lucas.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2013-0512-S.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0512-S
Bianchi served as an assistant director for Health Policy in the Office of Policy Development, a part of the Domestic Policy Council (DPC) in 1997. She later moved to the Office of the Vice President as the Senior Health Care advisor to Al Gore. She moved back to the DPC in early 1999 as an Associate Director of Domestic Policy. This collection consists of faxes, memoranda, correspondence, news clippings from print and electronic sources, policy papers, and reports from private policy experts, and executive office staff covering topics such as children’s healthcare, prescription drug coverage, expanding Medicare and Medicaid coverage, the Patients’ Bill of Rights, women’s health issues, mental health issues and food safety initiatives

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0213-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0213-F
This collection consists of materials related to Sanford "Sandy" Ungar, Director of Voice of America (VOA) from 1999-2001. It includes correspondence, email, and cables related to Ungar's work with VOA including conferences, personnel matters, and incidents involving VOA offices.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2014-0058-S-Tijerina.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0058-S
This collection consists of Sandra Tijerina's records from the First Lady’s Press Office. The collection contains news clippings about the First Lady’s May 1997 trip to Mexico City and newspapers and magazines articles with the search term “Hillary Rodham Clinton” from August 1997 to June 1998.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2012-0045-S-Thurman.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0045-S
This collection consists of email concerning national and international HIV/AIDS policy sent and received by Sandra Thurman. Related subjects found within this collection consist of needle exchange, AIDS awareness events, and Sub-Saharan Africa. Sandra L. Thurman served as the Director of the Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP) at the White House from 1997 until the end of the administration.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2013/2013-0670-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0670-F
This collection consists of records concerning Sandra L. Lynch’s nomination to the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in January 1995. This collection contains forms, letters, and resumes concerning Lynch’s professional career. The collection also contains materials authored and co-authored by Lynch.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2015-0252-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1188-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1188-F
This collection contains correspondence between Samuel Berger, President Clinton’s National Security Advisor, and John Sawers, Prime Minister Blair’s Foreign Policy Advisor, from June 10-15, 1999. The majority of the records remain closed for national security reasons.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1726-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1726-F
This collection consists of the speechwriting files of Samir Afridi. Afridi served as Speechwriter and Special Assistant to the President from September 1999 to January 2001. The speeches he worked on covered domestic policy issues such as: education, the environment, disability legislation, and civil rights. The records in this collection contain, memoranda, correspondence, news articles, background materials, notes, press releases, speeches and speech drafts, and talking points.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-0068-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0068-F
This collection consists of records related to the Franco-British Summit held in St. Malo, France on 3 and 4 December 1998. The collection contains press releases, communiques, media reaction reports, cables between US State Department officials and the US Mission to NATO, NSC Staffer emails concerning press guidance, and correspondence between the National Security Advisor, Sandy Berger and Jean-David Levitte, diplomatic advisor to French President Jacques Chirac.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0315-S-Corlette.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0315-S
This collection consists of files maintained by Sabrina Corlette, a White House speechwriter from 1995 to 1997. It contains memorandums, speeches, speech drafts, remarks, talking points, correspondence, and newspaper articles. These materials relate to First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton’s speeches and remarks on a variety of topics, primarily women’s issues, children’s issues, education, and healthcare.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0018-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0018-F
This collection consists of records related to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) arbitration case brought by S.D. Myers, Inc. against the Government of Canada in 1998. The case, S.D. Myers, Inc. v. The Government of Canada, was a NAFTA chapter 11 case brought before the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITL).This collection consists of Automated Records Management System Email, and National Security Council cables and emails. Email responsive to this collection consists of duplicates of a list serve concerning NAFTA. National Security Council records include Department of State cables related to meetings between S.D. Myers and the government of Canada. The collection also contains cables summarizing the state of the negotiations between Canada and S.D. Myers, Inc.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0042-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0042-F
This collection consists of correspondence between the White House and the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) related to Rwanda and dating from April 7, 1994 to October 31, 1994. The collection contains correspondence authored by Kewisi Mfume (CBC Chair) and Donald Payne (Ranking CBC Member) regarding all possible supportive actions to stop the genocide in Rwanda.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0549-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0549-F
This collection contains President Clinton’s response to Congressman Christopher H. Smith’s letter concerning the involvement of US forces in Rwanda and Zaire. The collection also contains memoranda from White House staff to President Clinton regarding his reply to Representative Christopher Smith.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0646-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0646-F
This collection consists of records related to genocide in Rwanda in 1994. This collection describes attitudes on intervention in Rwanda in 1994, humanitarian relief efforts, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, and President Clinton's trip to Rwanda in 1998. The collection consists of agendas, articles, background information, bulletins, cables, correspondence, drafts, emails, memoranda, press briefings, reports, and schedules.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0296-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0296-F
This collection consists of files from Sandy Berger, President Clinton’s National Security Advisor, related to Rwanda from 1993 to 1994. The records include cables, email, and memoranda. The cables relate to Africa, Germany, Daily Press Briefings, and Press Conferences. The email contain records related to meetings, briefings, and travel regarding Rwanda, Zaire, Burundi, Nigeria, Gambia, Middle East, and China. The memoranda contains material regarding meetings, briefings, talking points, and reports related to Rwanda, Haiti, Israel, Russia, Bosnia, and the Space Station.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0238-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0238-F
This collection consists of records related to Nancy Soderberg, Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs from 1993 to 1997, and Rwanda. The records include reports, papers, memos, correspondence, handwritten notes and maps. The topics covered by these records include the humanitarian effort of the U.S. and other countries to deal with the thousands of refugees fleeing Rwanda.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0230-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0230-F
Records in this collection include correspondence, reports, papers, memos, and press releases. The records of Susan Rice document the role she played in shaping the policy of the Clinton Administration relating to the carnage that erupted in Rwanda in the spring of 1993. A considerable amount of material deals with the establishment and peacekeeping operations of UNAMIR (United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda). The NSC Cable, Email, and Records Management Systems have a number of letters from members of Congress urging President Clinton to dramatically increase humanitarian assistance to Rwanda.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-1015-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-1015-F
This collection consists of records dating from 1994 to 2000 related to an agreement between the U.S. and Russia regarding sales of Russian military equipment to Iran. This agreement with Russia was simply called the Aide Memoire and was signed on June 30, 1995. The collection includes the staff and office files of the National Security Council (NSC) and responsive records from the Cable, Email and Records Management System of the NSC. It also includes responsive emails from the Automated Records Management System Emails. These records consist of administrative papers and documents related to the preparation of the memorandum, as well as talking points and press materials from 1999 and 2000 after the New York Times published a story on the agreement. The records also include materials related to the U.S.-Russia Highly Enriched Uranium (HEU) agreement and briefing materials for Gore-Chernomyrdin Commission meetings.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-1067-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-1067-F
This collection consists of records related to policy and responses to Rush Limbaugh and/or Conservative Radio. The records include correspondence about talk radio, invitations for the Clinton Administration to be on talk radio shows, press clippings about talk radio, talk radio strategy, and ideas for the Clinton Administration to become more active in talk radio.

2008-0097-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0097-F
This collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, and faxes dealing with the relationship between media mogul Rupert Murdoch and President Clinton. Topics covered include Murdoch’s favorable comments about Clinton’s 1996 State of the Union speech and his being honored as the first recipient of the Steven J. Ross Humanitarian Award. However, there is very little in the way of factual information about what may have transpired between Murdoch and Clinton in the matter of meetings and personal exchanges.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2012-0565-S-Shamir.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0565-S
This collection consists of Ruby Shamir’s First Lady’s Office Subject File series. Shamir served as Policy Advisor and Assistant to the Chief of Staff in the First Lady’s Office. Previously, she served as Assistant Director for Domestic Policy in the Domestic Policy Council. This series, Ruby Shamir Subject Files, contains materials relating to domestic policy topics, especially on children’s issues such as health, education, child care and youth violence. The records include memorandum, faxes, letters, reports, schedules, and publications.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0161-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0161-F
This collection consists of records related to the Rose Gottemoeller, National Security Council Director for Russia, Ukraine and Eurasian Affairs from 1993 to 1994. The collection contains materials from the multiple inter-agency working groups that Ms. Gottemoeller chaired and attended. Topics of these meetings include the denuclearization of Ukraine, commercial space launch cooperation between the United States and Russia and various other financial dealings with Russia under the auspices of the Gore-Chernomyrdin Commission.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2013/2013-0019-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0019-F
This collection consists of records related to Ron Burkle. Burkle is a billionaire business magnate, Democratic supporter, and fundraiser who gave money to both President Clinton's 1992 and 1996 presidential and Hillary Rodhan Clinton's senate campaigns. This collection contains correspondence, drafts, faxes, notes, emails, event attendance records, White House entrance and exit records and records concerning his meetings in the White House.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0784-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0784-F
This collection consists of files relating to the roll call votes of members of Congress. The records, though sparse, do highlight the voting records of three Senators—John Ashcroft of Missouri, Jon Kyl of Arizona, and Trent Lott of Mississippi—with respect to judicial nominations in the 105th and 106th Congress (1997-2001). The material found here includes roll call ballots (generally in the form of photocopies), handwritten notes, tables showing how members of Congress voted in certain cases, and publications listing the “yea” and “nay” votes of Senators on judicial nominations.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-1193-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-1193-F
This collection consists of material relating to Rod J. Rosenstein, who President Trump nominated to be Deputy Attorney General for the U.S. Department of Justice in January 2017. It contains correspondence, reports, faxes, court orders and motions, and emails. During the Clinton administration Rosenstein served as Counsel to Deputy Attorney General Philip Heymann from 1993-1994.

http://23.253.244.53/clinton/2014-0316-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0316-F
This collection consists of email correspondence to and from Robert Z. Lawrence. Robert Z. Lawrence served on the Council of Economic Advisors from 1999-2001. As a member of the CEA, he worked on many issues concerning international and domestic trade. He provided advice for the President and senior White House officials, participated in the interagency process, assisted in writing the annual Economic Report of the President and CEA white papers, drafted testimony for the CEA Chair, contributed to the International Roundups for the President's Weekly Economic Briefing, and attended world trade conferences. The emails in this collection span the months of March through December of 1999. They include many routine email concerning meeting arrangements, hiring CEA staff, lunch appointments, scheduling conference calls, staff farewells, phone messages, and international and trade conference arrangements.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-0616-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0616-F
This collection consists of White House Diary System and Worker and Visitor Entry System (WAVES) logs marking visits to the White House by Robert Torricelli, U.S. Representative for the state of New Jersey (1983-1996) and U.S. Senator (1997-2003). The White House Diary System logs the President’s daily activities and events with participants. WAVES monitors entry and access to White House offices and is maintained by the United States Secret Service.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1398-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1398-F
This collection consists of photographs of Robert Rubin with President Clinton and with Economic Policy Team Advisors during the Clinton Administration

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0210-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0210-F
This collection consists of records concerning Robert Penn Kemble who served as Deputy Director and Acting Director of the United States Information Agency (USIA). The records include memos, background files, and correspondence. The correspondence is primarily between Kemble and the White House. Kemble was a pivotal part of the major civic education initiative called ‘Education for Democracy’.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0460-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0460-F
This collection consists of records dealing with Robert (Bob) Boorstin, National Security Council (NSC) speechwriter for President Clinton from 1994-1995. He wrote drafts of speeches Clinton delivered on issues relating to Haiti, the Baltic States, Germany, Poland, and Indonesia. This collection consists of speech drafts, newspaper and magazine articles, memoranda, correspondence, schedules, and handwritten notes.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1010-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1010-F
This collection consists of memoranda, press releases, forms, correspondence, articles, cables, and email concerning Robert Hermann. Hermann was a member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB). A considerable amount of this collection is from the personnel files of Hermann, nearly all of which are closed for personal privacy.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0072-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0072-F
This collection consists of articles, briefing papers, email, forms, letters, and memoranda. These records discuss Robert C. Galloway and his nomination to the U.S Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit in 1999. In addition to materials concerning Galloway’s career as a lawyer, the collection also contains correspondence from government officials and the general public both opposing and supporting Galloway’s nomination.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0152-F-Segment-2.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0152-F (Seg 2)
This collection consists of records related to the Chronological Files of Robert Bell, National Security Council Director for Defense Policy and Arms Control. This segment runs from January 1995 to February 1998. It consists of memoranda and correspondence about administration policies concerning the daily operations of the military including a number of approvals for various Significant Military Exercises and scheduling proposals for the President to attend military related functions such as the Army vs. Navy football game

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0152-F-Segment-1.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0152-F Segment 1
This collection consists of the Chron Files of Robert Bell, Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Senior Director for Defense Policy and Arms Control, National Security Council (NSC). The files contain records related to a number of military and weapons proliferation issues including policy discussions on the drafting of Presidential Decision Directives (PDD) as well as records related to treaties on landmines, Nonproliferation (NPT), and the Conventional Test Ban Treaty (CTBT). The collection also includes interagency working group documents on chemical weapons issues and the chemical weapons convention (CWC). The files also contain records that relate to the operations of the military and military policy, the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC), and the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTC).

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0206-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0206-F
This collection consists of records concerning the “Ring Around Serbia.” The “Ring Around Serbia” refers to a ring of FM transmitters that were placed in countries bordering Serbia in an effort to counter the state-controlled media of Slobodan Milosevic. The files primarily contain cables, email, outlines, memos, and memcons.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0379-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0379-F
This collection consists of records related to the Riegle-Neal Interstate Banking and Branching Efficiency Act of 1994. The Act permitted an adequately capitalized and managed bank holding company to acquire existing out-of-State banks. These records also describe the subsequent role of this act during the Clinton Administration. This collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, speeches, press releases, reports, and schedules concerning the passage of the act and its role during the Clinton Administration.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2013/2013-0016-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0016-F
This collection consists of records related to Richard Trumka. Trumka was President of the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) from 1982 to 1995. Trumka served as Secretary-Treasurer of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) from 1995 to 2009. This collection contains event guest lists, memoranda, and email. The guest lists are for the following events: the White House Conference on Corporate Citizenship in 1996; the White House Coffee guest list for March 6, 1996; the signing of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996; the signing for the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997; and the signing for the Balanced Budget Act of 1997. Memoranda in this collection concern President Clinton’s meeting with the AFL-CIO Executive Council, including Trumka, in 1995. Email in this collection includes correspondence concerning labor positions on policy development.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2013/2013-0241-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0241-F
This collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, forms, resumes, news articles, and email concerning the successful nomination of Richard Stearns to the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. President Clinton nominated Stearns, a fellow Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, on October 27, 1993. He received glowing letters of recommendation from Senators John Kerry and Edward Kennedy and was confirmed by the Senate on November 20, 1993. This collection also contains standard questionnaires for federal judicial nominees and resumes.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0188-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0188-F
This collection consists of records related to Richard Sheppard Arnold’s consideration for two U.S. Supreme Court vacancies and Attorney General of the United States. Arnold was a well-respected Judge for the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. The files contain handwritten notes, reports, biographies, memorandum, clippings, articles, email, and correspondence recommending Richard Arnold’s nomination to replace Harry Blackmun on the Supreme Court.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0623-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0623-F
This collection consists of photographs of the First Family meeting Former President Richard Nixon in the White House residence on Mar 8, 1993. Included are photographs of Former Presidents Bush, Carter, and Ford with President Clinton at a “NAFTA Kickoff” and NAFTA signing ceremony on September 14, 1993, and a NAFTA event on November 2, 1993. Also included are photographs of the Clintons with Former Presidents at the funeral of President Nixon on April 27, 1994; President Clinton and Hillary Rodham at dedication of the George Bush Presidential Library in College Station, TX on November 6, 1997; and the Clintons at the 200th Anniversary Bicentennial White House Dinner.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0546-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0546-F
This collection consists of records concerning Richard M. Nixon, the 37th President of the United States. During the first year of the Clinton Administration, President Nixon offered the new President foreign policy advice and observations from his travels to Eastern Europe and Russia. When the former president died on April 22, 1994, President Clinton attended and spoke at the funeral at the Nixon Presidential Library and Birthplace in Yorba Linda, California. The records in this collection include correspondence related to meetings with President Nixon, drafts of President Clinton’s funeral remarks, and condolence messages.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-0087-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0087-F
This collection consists of memoranda, letters, reports, emails, cables and press statements concerning various aspects of European security structures from 1993 through 2000, and include topics such as NATO, the North Atlantic Council, the partnership for Peace (PFP) program, Bosnia and Kosovo, relations with the Russian Federation, and the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE).

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0235-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0235-F
This collection consists of records dealing with Richard Clarke, who served on the National Security Council during the Clinton Administration, and United States policy towards Rwanda from 1993-1994. Memoranda, papers, talking, points, agendas, reports, cables, and emails show that Clarke wanted to limit American involvement in Rwanda. Much of the material deemed responsive had already been pulled for FOIA cases directly concerning genocide in the African country.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0916-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0916-F
This collection consists of records relating to Richard Blumenthal. Richard Blumenthal served as the 23rd Connecticut Attorney General from January 1991 until January 2011; during this time, President Clinton approved the nomination of Blumenthal to a vacant seat on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Court. This collection consists of clippings, emails, forms, letters, memoranda, reports, and materials from White House databases.

DigitalScans_2007_1758_F_AV.pdf
Collection No. 2007-1758-F
This collection consists of photographs of Hilary Clinton and Billy Graham together at: the National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington Hilton on February 4, 1993; the Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace for the Funeral of Richard Nixon on April 27, 1994; the National Prayer Breakfast on February 2, 1995; the Memorial Service for of the Oklahoma City Federal building bombing on April 23, 1995; the Dedication ceremony of the George H.W Bush Library in College Station, TX on November 11, 1997; the National Prayer Breakfast on February 5, 1998, and photographs from the Time Magazine Anniversary Dinner at Radio City Hall in New York on March, 3, 1998.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0485-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0485-F
This collection consists of correspondence, meetings, and phone calls between President Clinton and the Reverend Billy Graham. The topics of correspondence and conversations included congratulations (to President Clinton on his re-election in 1996), get well wishes, religious matters, travel, and national health care. Also included are photocopies of newspaper and magazine articles from the White House Staff and Office Files, Public Liaison, regarding the life and career of Billy Graham.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-0939-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0939-F
This collection consists of records related to White House Personnel reports for 1995 through 2000. Section 6 of Public Law 103-270 requires that on July 1 of each year the President submit a report to the Senate and the House of Representatives listing the name, position and annual salary for each individual employed by or detailed to the White House Office. The Law was approved on June 30, 1994 and took effect on January 1, 1995. Report analysis, which breaks down the staff list by race and sex, is included for years 1996-1997 and 1999-2000.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0433-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0433-F
This collection consists of records related to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) of 1993. It contains memos from members of Congress to the President, official reports of the Senate and House on the RFRA, correspondence with concerned citizens and activist groups, speech drafts and talking points, briefing papers, and copies of the legislative record.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0628-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-0628-F
This collection consists of memoranda, correspondence, newspaper articles, press releases, and reports focusing on the relationship between President Clinton’s Reinventing Government Initiative and the delivery of health services to veterans. The records in this collection can best be characterized as a mixture of papers dealing with health care for veterans, President Clinton’s reinvention of the federal government, and related material about veterans’ organizations, veteran’s parades and events, and appointments to positions in the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA).

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0002-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0002-F
This collection consists of photographs of Hillary Clinton addressing the Redbook Magazine Awards luncheon on June 2, 1998, in the East Room of the White House. Kate White, Editor of Redbook, introduced each honoree at the luncheon. Hillary Clinton presented awards to the honorees and joined the award winners for a group photo. One of the honorees was Senator Patty Murray. Hillary Clinton greeted the event’s participants in the Diplomatic Reception room. There are also photos of White House Pastry Chef, Roland Mesnier, Franette McCullough, and staff.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0582-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0927-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0927-F
This collection consists of a single thank you letter to Raymond Myles from President Clinton. The letter thanks Myles for performing at President Clinton’s 50th birthday party. Myles was a New Orleans-based gospel singer.

2006-1016-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1016-F
This collection consists of records related to Randy W. Deitering's work on the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB). The collections consists of administrative materials including emails, forms, memorandum, and time sheets.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0140-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-0140-F
This collection consists of records pertaining to Rahm Emanuel, a close advisor to President Clinton on a wide variety of subjects. Emanuel worked on the issues of education, crime, NAFTA, and health care. The material in this collection includes publications, reports, memoranda, speech drafts, polls, newspaper articles, press releases, pamphlets, emails, talking points, and correspondence.

2009-0140-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-0140-F
This collection consists of records pertaining to Rahm Emanuel, a close adviser to President Clinton on a wide variety of subjects. Emanuel worked on the issues of education, crime, NAFTA, and health care. The material in this collection includes publications, reports, memoranda, speech drafts, polls, newspaper articles, press releases, pamphlets, emails, talking points, and correspondence.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0204-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0204-F
This collection consists of records related to Radio Marti. Radio Marti, the U.S. government’s broadcasting service to Cuba, first aired on May 20, 1985 as a result of the Radio Broadcasting to Cuba Act of 1983. Television broadcasting to Cuba, TV Marti, was added to the Act in 1990. The files contain correspondence, email, memoranda, cables, and press briefings. Related topics include Track II of the Cuba Democracy Act of 1992, Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act of 1996 (Libertad Act), and U.S. immigration policy toward Cuba.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0203-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0203-F
This collection consists of materials related to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) and the move of Radio Free Europe from Munich to Prague in 1995. It includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, speeches, email, and cables detailing the move and efforts to streamline RFE/RL and make it more responsive to a post Cold War world.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1069-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1069
This collection consists of records related to missives sent by Rabbi Menachem Genack to both President Clinton and Ann Lewis, Director of White House Communications. The collection consists of cover letters and missives authored by Rabbi Genack, fellow rabbis, scholars, scientists, and others.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0159-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0159-F
This collection consists of records from the files of R. Nicholas Burns, NSC Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasian Affairs Senior Director. The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, briefing and meeting materials, schedules, newspaper articles, emails, and notes regarding Russia and the Newly Independent States.

2007-1467-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-1467-F
This collection consists of files concerning public opinion polls and the methods employed in conducting such surveys on a regular and consistent basis. Topics covered included the public’s perception of the guilt or innocence of O.J. Simpson and the approval rating for President and Mrs. Clinton in the wake of the Whitewater scandal. The pollster, Stan Greenberg was responsible for creating polls of wide variety and was trusted by Clinton to gauge public opinion at key points in an election campaign. The records in this collection are composed of reports, memoranda, publications, lists, talking points, questionnaires, and polls.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-1468-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-1468-F
This collection consists of records related to public opinion polling and public opinion mail and email concerning issues of health care; the Brady Bill; gun control; welfare; the Welfare to Work social program; gay marriage; Bosnia; and Haiti. This collection consists of email, memoranda, correspondence, and tally sheets. These records include statistical information compiled by the White House, particularly during the first years of the Clinton Administration, 1993-1995, on how much mail and email it was receiving, and on what topics, and the trendline of public opinion on those topics. The records also include email created by White House staff concerning public opinion polling, and describe the thoughts of the general public on the aforementioned topics.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0309-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0309-F
This collection consists of records related to Proposition 209, a California ballet proposition passed on November 5, 1996, which amended the California constitution to prohibit “preferential treatment to, any individual or group on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin in the operation of public employment, public education, or public contracting.” This collection consists of memoranda, legal briefs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and articles.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2015/2015-0653-F.pdf
Collection No. 2015-0653-F
This collection consists of records related to the Project for a New American Century (PNAC), a Washington conservative foreign policy institute founded by William Kristol and Robert Kagan in 1997. It contains a well-publicized letter from William Kristol to President Clinton on January 26, 1998 urging that the United States follow an official policy of regime change in Iraq. The collection also includes media reaction to this letter.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1268-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1268-F
This collection consists of photographs taken April 4, 1996 of President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton meeting with Her Royal Highness Princess Margaret of England at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. The Clintons and Princess Margaret met the Royal Ballet performers along with other staff and guests at the Kennedy Center.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1268-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1268-F
This collection consists of schedules, press releases, manifests, pool reports, and background materials concerning President Clinton’s official and semi-official meetings with Her Royal Highness (HRH) Princess Margaret of England. On April 6, 1994 President Clinton, along with Hillary and Chelsea Clinton, met Princess Margaret and attended a performance of the (British) Royal Ballet’s “Sleeping Beauty” at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/Press-Releases-Master-Set.pdf
This collection consists of original copies of White House Press Releases, arranged chronologically. This series includes every press release issued by the White House from January 1993 through January 2001.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/Press-Release-Subject-File.pdf
This collection consists of White House Press Releases arranged alphabetically by subject. This series includes press releases issued by the White House from January 1993 through January 2001.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/Press-Briefings.pdf
This collection consists of original copies of White House Press Briefings, arranged chronologically. This series includes press briefings issued by the White House from January 1993 through January 2001.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-0201-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0201-F
This collection consists of documents relating to the history and ownership of the presidential yacht Sequoia, in particular the efforts of a private citizens’ group called the Presidential Yacht Trust to recover the Sequoia from the Norfolk Shipbuilding and Drydock Corporation during the Clinton Administration. The records in this collection include memoranda, talking points, notes, papers, draft letters, letters, briefings, and faxes.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0550-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0550-F
This collection consists of records related to President Clinton's trip to dedicate his birthplace home in Hope, Arkansas as a National Historic Site. President Clinton also visited Texarkana and Little Rock, Arkansas on the same trip, from March 11-13, 1999. The records concern the arrangement of the Scheduling and Travel Offices in the White House to procure flights, buses, hotels, and other arrangements needed for the White House and the press pool for the trip.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-1011-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-1011-F
This collection consists of records relating to all foreign and domestic trips made by President Clinton. The records contain a list of all foreign and domestic trips made by the President and a few schedules from January 2001.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0998-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0998-F
This collection consists of material concerning Presidential succession or disability events and how and when the 25th Amendment is implemented. The Staff and Office files contain reports, briefing materials, correspondence, and press materials relating to working groups and their intensive study of the 25th Amendment. Automated Records Management System (ARMS) Emails contain electronic communications between White House staff concerning government-wide Continuity of Operations (COOP) as well as press releases addressing the decision to not invoke the 25th Amendment during President Clinton’s knee surgery in 1997. National Security Council (NSC) Emails contain discussions regarding the logistics of drafting and transmitting Presidential Decision Directive (PDD) 67 on “Enduring Constitutional Government and Continuity of Government Operations.”

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1522-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1522-F
This collection consists of clippings, correspondence, emails, memorandum, published materials, and statements concerning Presidential signing statements. These Presidential signing statements were filed within the Counsel's Office and include analysis of the legal and historic significance of such statements.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0314-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0314-F
This collection consists of presidential schedules for October 3- 4, 1993 and November 15-17, 1995. The records consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, newspaper articles, and four presidential schedules. The topics covered include the government furlough, health care, the budget, and children with learning disabilities.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0797-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0797-F
This collection consists of records, including email, related to Presidential Review Directives (PRD) or Presidential Decision Directives (PDD) corresponding to the former Yugoslavia or Bosnia and Herzegovina. Records in this collection include 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 administrative paperwork such as profile sheets and tracking documents. It includes several publicly released United Nations Security Council decisions regarding the former Yugoslavia. As this collection deals largely with issues of foreign policy and national security a significant portion of the records are closed for reasons of national security.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-1704-F-Segment-2.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1704-F Segment 2
This collection consists of material related to President Clinton’s use of executive clemency, which includes both pardons and commutations of sentence. The collection contains correspondence, reports, and tables regarding the DOJ's recommendation to grant or deny executive clemency. Correspondence and petitions from the public advocate for the pardon of specific petitioners, namely convicted spy Jonathan Pollard.

http://23.253.244.53/clinton/2006-1704-F-segment-1.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1704-F
This collection consists of records relating to presidential pardons and clemencies. The United States Constitution grants the power to pardon or commute sentences to all sitting U.S. Presidents. President Clinton pardoned, commuted or rescinded the convictions of 459 people during his term in office. The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, forms, notes, and news articles all relating to the recommendations, approvals, or denials of pardons and clemencies.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0309-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0309-F
This collection consists of records relating to specific presidential schedules and presidential handwriting. The files contain presidential schedules, correspondence, memoranda, notes, news articles, and speech cards. The correspondence contains thank you letters, notes, cards, staff correspondence, and invitations. The memoranda contains material on farming, education, health care, child care, and the economy. The newspaper articles and notes cover a wide range of topics that include articles on farming, education, health care, the economy, the internet, the budget, and child care.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0361-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0361-F
This collection consists of information concerning all gifts given to President Clinton between August 19-26, 1996. These dates coincided with a trip that the President took to Wyoming. During these eight days the Gift Office recorded 124 gifts for the President. On the 20th of August the President received no gifts.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2013/2013-0818-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0818-F
This collection consists of Presidential Diary entries for the following dates: May 18 & 20, 1994; June 16, 1994 and December 16, 1998. Presidential Diarist Ellen McCathran logged the events of the President’s day, including meetings, phone calls and trips. Notable entries include phone calls to the family of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis on May 20, 1994 expressing condolences on her recent death and the President’s address to the nation announcing military strikes against Iraq on December 16, 1998.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0083-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0083-F
This collection consists of sample dates, from January 1993 to December 2000 from the Presidential Daily Diary. Presidential Diarist, Ellen McCathran, recorded the activities of President Clinton including meetings, phone calls, social events, trips, etc. Details of these events include date, time, and names of individuals involved with the events.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0780-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0780-F
This collections contains the entries from the Presidential Diary for one day, December 22, 2000 regarding the visit of Rabbi David Twersky. The diarist was Ellen McCathran. The records consist of schedules, press releases, the President’s weekly radio address and other background material.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2013-0549-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0549-F
This collection consists of the hardcopy daily diary of the Presidential Diarist, Ellen McCathran, from 1993 to 2000. It contains the daily activity schedules of President Clinton, noting times of phone calls, meetings, and events for each day.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-1036-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-1036-F
This collection consists of records related to the implementation of the National Security Council's Presidential Decision Directives (PDD) #1 and #2, signed by the President during his first days in office. These PDDs revised and renamed the framework governing the operation and makeup of the National Security Council. The collection primarily contains National Security Council briefing papers, various correspondence including e-mails and speeches.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2015-0369-F.pdf
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).

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0207-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0207-F
This collection consists of records related to Records on Presidential Decision Directive 68 (PDD68) concerning International Public Information (IPI). The collection consists primarily of the records of the National Security Council. The files contain memos, summaries of meetings, drafts of PDD68, notes, and reports. Related subjects include Jamie Metzl, Richard Clarke, and Sandy Berger.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2010-0939-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2012-0665-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0665-F
This collection consists of records related to Presidential Decision Directive 25 (PDD-25), an executive order signed in May 1994 that defined US policy on reforming multilateral peacekeeping operations and the US relationship with the United Nations in regards to peacekeeping and in peace enforcement operations. It contains memorandums and emails between members of the National Security Council (NSC), the State Department the Defense Department and others in the White House. The collection also includes numerous drafts of the PDD and its 9 annexes, meeting agendas, as well as schedules for the inter-agency core group that drafted the document and monitored its implementation. The files also contain correspondence between members of the NSC and concerned members of Congress about the various implications of PDD-25 and about general UN Peacekeeping operations.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0995-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0995-F
This collection consists of correspondence from Congress on issues related to PFIAB investigations or operations. Under President Clinton the PFIAB carried out some very high level investigations of the intelligence community. These included: investigations into intelligence community actions in Guatemala and a review of security and espionage at Department of Energy Laboratories. This collection includes declassified portions of the Cox Report, formally the Report of the Select Committee on U.S. National Security and Military/Commercial Concerns with the People's Republic of China. Also a large number of records are related to PFIAB and Intelligence Oversight Board (IOB) membership as well as the President’s efforts to restructure the PFIAB/IOB. This includes memos, correspondence, drafts, email, and notes related to both Executive Orders 12863 and 13070.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-0880-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0880-F
This collection consists of records related to a classified report by the PCAST regarding the security of nuclear materials in the former Soviet Union. The collection includes memoranda, emails correspondence, charts, notes, agendas, and press materials regarding the composition of the PCAST, its briefings, and the transfer of its report to the President.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0673-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0673-F
This collection consists of records concerning the President’s Working Group of Financial Markets. This Working Group was revived in the Clinton Administration as a means to enhance coordination among technical experts in the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and the Council of Economic Advisors. The collection contains correspondence, lists of attendees, memoranda, news articles, reports, statements to Congress and the press, and weekly reports describing the activities and recommendations of the Working Group.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0198-F-3.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0198-F Segment 3
This collection consists of materials related to The President's Interagency Council on Women that was created in August 1995 following the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China. The Council's agenda was to move the United States toward equality for women by the year 2000. It includes reports, memoranda, correspondence, brochures, and news articles. Segments 1 and 2 are available here.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2015-1120-F.pdf
Collection No. 2015-1120-F
This collection consists of records related to the President’s visit to the Bronx in December 1997. The collection contains gift records, letters, memoranda, email, press releases, schedules, and speeches. Topics include community housing and development, education, faith-based organizations, minority work force issues, and military readiness. Specifically, the emails contain correspondence between White House staff concerning preparation for the President’s trip to the South Bronx.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-0851-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0851-F
This collection consists of correspondence between President William J. Clinton and Ukrainian President Leonid Kravchuk from 1993 and 1994. This includes one letter introducing William Case of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, one letter regarding Kravchuk’s visit to the United States in March 1994, and one letter from Kravchuk following the end of his presidency. The remaining collection consists of transmittal memos, document receipts, tracking sheets and other administrative paperwork.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-0836-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0836-F
This collection consists of records related to correspondence between President Clinton and President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan. The correspondence covers economic, environmental, and nuclear matters. The collection also includes routine correspondence in response to national holidays and the November 1996 Charkhi Dadri aircraft collision.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0467-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0467-F
This collection contains records related to correspondence between President Clinton and President Mohammad Khatami of Iran. Khatami was elected in 1997 and remained President of Iran through 2005. Records include National Security Council profiles sheets, tracking sheets and email.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2013-0816-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1158-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1158-F
This collection consists of records from Brazilian President Itamar Franco's December 1994 visit to attend the Summit of the Americas in Miami. These materials include National Security Council cover sheets and a memo to the National Security Advisor, requesting a photo opportunity with President Franco and President Clinton.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1159-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1159-F
This collection consists of records from Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso's visits to the U.S., from April 1995 thru May 1999. These materials include National Security Council cover sheets, memos regarding the distribution of memcons, trip schedules, and speeches by President Cardoso and President Clinton.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0526-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0526-F
This collection consists of records concerning a Camp David visit from Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso and his wife on June 7, 1998. No official transcript of conversation between Presidents Cardoso and Clinton exists, but it was reported that they held a positive and wide-ranging discussion on current issues and topics. These records include correspondence, planning discussions, press clippings, email, and cables concerning the President and Mrs. Cardoso's visit.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0948-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0948-F
This collection consists of records relating to President Clinton’s visit to ILC Technology, Inc. in Sunnyvale, CA. ILC Technology Inc. is in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of specialized lights and lasers for medicine, industrial, aerospace, scientific, entertainment, and military industries. The records in this collection contain memoranda, briefing papers, schedules, news articles, and a briefing book.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0372-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0372-F
This collection consists of photographs and a video of the “Greasy Greens” from President Clinton’s surprise birthday party on the South Lawn of the White House on August 19, 1999.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2013/2013-0578-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0578-F
This collection documents President Clinton’s visits to the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. as recorded in the then White House's record keeping databases, the Electronic Daily Diary and the Photo Archive System. The following dates were found as it related to a personal appearance by President Clinton: 10/20/1993, 09/28/1994, 02/08/1996, 04/30/1997, 03/03/1999, 09/24/1999, 02/04/2000, and 02/10/2000. The records include printouts from the Electronic Daily Diary and the Photo Archive System.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1155-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1155-F
This collection consists of documents relating to President Clinton’s trips to Venezuela, Brazil, and Argentina in South America in October 1997 and to Chile for the Summit of the Americas (SOA) in April 1998. Records include agendas, briefing papers, cables, correspondence, diagrams, drafts, information packets, letters, manifests, meeting notes, memos, news clips, press releases, speeches, schedules, talking points, trip books, and trip reports. Topics include biodiversity, climate change, country information, democracy, electronic commerce, free trade, global economy, hemispheric security, human rights, illegal drug trade, peacekeeping, Presidential overseas travel and security arrangements, poverty relief, and sustainable energy.

2012-0494-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0494-F
This collection consists of a detailed report of phone calls to or from President Clinton for each day between January 20, 1996 and February 10, 1996. The logs detail the date, time, location, and participants of the phone calls. In this specific date range, phone calls to or from various White House staff, advisors, senators, congressman, governors, mayors, Cabinet secretaries, and Foreign Heads of State are noted.

2016-0836-F AV.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0836-F
This collection consists of photographs related to President Clinton meeting and golfing with O.J. Simpson, Mike Haynes, Allen Paulson and Tim Moher on March 30, 1994 at Del Mar Country Club in Rancho Santa Fe, California

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0182-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0182-F
This collection consists of printed electronic daily diary records and photo archive entries that document phone calls and meetings between President Clinton and Stanley Greenberg between January 20, 1993 and January 31, 1995.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0871-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0871-F
This collection consists of photographs from the Clinton administration taken from during throughout the administration (1993-2000). The Photographs include President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton and many others at various events that featured the presentation or presence of a cake being served at the White House and other venues. These events include: Birthday events, Anniversary events, dinners, receptions, press conferences, cake presentations, etc.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0846-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0846-F
This collection consists of photographs of President Clinton addressing the prayer breakfast on September 11, 1998, for various religious leaders on the State Floor in the East Room. Dr. Gerald Mann gave the blessing and Rev. Dr. James Forbes gave the benediction at the breakfast. President Clinton prayed with some of the leaders in the East Room.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-0527-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2015/2015-0052-F.pdf
Collection No. 2015-0052-F
This collection consists of records related to correspondence from conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly to the President. This collection consists of a letter sent by Schlafly to the President suggesting a tax-cut and a letter objecting to the President’s appearance on a television channel broadcast in schools. Neither letter generated a response from the White House.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0115-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0115-F
This collection contains photographs of Thanksgiving holiday activities of President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton celebrating Thanksgiving at Camp David during the years 1994 through 2000.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/AV/2014-1080-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2014-1080-F
This collection consists of photographs pertaining to Hillary Rodham Clinton's trip to Hickam AFB, Flight to Guam, events in Beijing & Huairou, China in September, 1995. Photographs included in this collection are Hillary Rodham Clinton adressing and attending the Fourth World United Nations Conference on Women at the Beijing International Conference Center, the Colloquium on Women and Health Security at the Beijing Commodities Center and NGO Forum on Women in Huairou, China.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/AV/2014-0176-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0176-F
Photographs of President Clinton visiting Seattle, WA and attending International trade events, meeting with Non-governmental organizations (NGO) labor and environmental leaders,China trade ministers and meeting with staff at the Four Seasons Hotel on December 1, 1999.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-1266-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2017-1266-F
This collection consists of photographs from the Clinton administration during the year 2000. The photographs include President Clinton meeting with President Vladimir Putin of Russia in New York on September 6th and 7th, 2000. The meetings occurred at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel and at the United Nations. President Clinton and President Putin sign a Joint Statement on Strategic Stability Cooperation Initiative between the United States and Russia.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/AV/2014-0121-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0121-F
Photographs of President Clinton meeting with Chairman Eduard Shevardnadze at the White House on March 7, 1994. The meeting participants included: Vice President Gore, Strobe Talbott and Sandy Berger.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/AV/2012-0159-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0159-F
Photographs of President Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton attending "A Hollywood Tribute to the President" in Los Angeles, CA on August 12, 2000. The Clintons deliver remarks at the event.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/AV/2011-0300-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0300-F
Photograph of Hillary Rodham Clinton posing for a photo with guests at a political fundraiser at the House of the Redeemer in New York on November 2, 1994.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/AV/2013-1016-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2013-1016-F
Photographs of President Clinton meeting Kosovo Albanian leader Ibrahim Rugova in 1998 at the White House, meeting with foreign policy team and members of Congress on Kosovo throughout 1998 and 1999. Additional photographs include President Clinton visiting Pristina, Kosovo and Ferizaj, Kosovo in November of 1999. Video recordings related to Kosovo related meetings and events include clips of President Clinton meeting with Kosovo Albanian leader Ibrahin Rugova at the White House in 1998, President Clinton addressing the press on Kosovo at the White House in 1999, President Clinton meeting with humanitarian leaders at the White House in 1999 and President Clinton addressing the opening of the 50th Anniversary of NATO Summit Meeting on Kosovo in Washington in 1999.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/AV/2015-0695-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2015-0695-F
Photograph of Hillary Rodham Clinton greeting Ron Bracco at the National Trust for Historic Preservation Dinner at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC on October 21, 1999.

2011-0516-S-Crowley.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0516-S
This collection consists of White House press releases from the files of P.J. Crowley. Crowley served as Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Senior Director of Public Affairs the National Security Council from 1997–1999. The press releases are arranged by subject or, as in the case of the Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, by date.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1459-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1459-F
This collection consists of correspondence, draft correspondence, copies of Presidential Public Papers, scheduling request forms, and news articles regarding People to People International’s request for President Clinton to be Honorary Chairman.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0530-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2009-0530-F
This request consists of photographs of President Clinton and Hilary Rodham Clinton presenting a Presidential Medal of Freedom to Peggy Charren on September 29, 1995. Charren founded Action for Children’s Television (ACT) in 1968 in an effort to improve the quality of children’s television programming.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-1031-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-1031-F
This collection consists of correspondence between the White House and the Governor of Puerto Rico, Pedro Rossello. It contains written correspondence with Governor Rossello and spans topics from routine birthday greetings and get well cards to substantive issues such as the usage of the naval gun fire range at Vieques and the status of Puerto Rico. Other topics covered include disaster relief efforts resulting from Hurricane Hortense in 1996 and Hurricane Georges in 1998.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0702-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0702-F
This collection consists of the speechwriting records of Paul Orzulak, a speechwriter for President William J. Clinton and National Security Advisor Samuel R. Berger in 1999 and 2000. This collection contains clippings, correspondence, email, faxes, memos, notes, printed materials, and speeches.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0463-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0463-F
This collection consists of speech drafts, articles, notes, memoranda and correspondence from the files of Paul Glastris, Speechwriter. Many of the records in this collection were used by Glastris in the composition of President Clinton’s speeches. Glastris drafted speeches related to but not limited to education, electronic commerce, and the State of the Union.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0484-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0484-F
This collection consists of correspondence between President Clinton and the Davids family.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0020-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0020-F
This collection consists of correspondence, memos, notes, and lists pertaining to pardons and commutations granted and denied by President Clinton for the two years of 1995 and 1996. One specific case concerns Peter MacDonald, Sr., who was denied a pardon during that time, but whose sentence was later commuted on January 20, 2001.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0960-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0960-F
This collection contains records from the White House Counsel’s Office files of Trey Schroeder and Kathleen Wallman regarding the denial of pardon requests in 1996. One of the pardons denied include that of Bobby Joe Mills, Jr.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-1268-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-1268-F
This collection contains records relating to the pardon of Patricia “Patty” Hearst Shaw. The records consist of reports, correspondence, and tracking sheets. The materials include letters to the President both in support of the pardon of Patty Hearst Shaw, and letters/reports in favor of denial. Patty Hearst was kidnapped in 1974 by the Symbionese Liberation Army, and was convicted in 1976 of armed robbery. President Carter commuted her sentence in 1979. President Clinton pardoned her January 20, 2001.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2013/2013-1026-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-1026-F
This collection consists of records related to the pardon process for James Lake. Mr. Lake was charged with wire fraud, aiding and abetting the making of an illegal corporate campaign contribution, and aiding and abetting the making of an illegal conduit campaign contribution. He was sentenced on January 30, 1998. President Clinton pardoned Mr. Lake on January 20, 2001. The records include correspondence requesting that James Lake be granted a pardon, a personal statement by James Lake, and character affidavits.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0791-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0791-F
This collection consists of records concerning the pardon of Samuel Loring Morison. Morison was a civilian intelligence analyst at the Naval Intelligence Support Center (NISC). He was charged with espionage and theft of government property under the Espionage Act of 1917 for giving classified photographs to Jane’s Defence Weekly, an English Journal. On October 17, 1985, Morison was convicted in Federal Court on two counts of espionage and two counts of theft of government property. He was sentenced to two years in prison on December 4, 1985. President Clinton pardoned Samuel Loring Morison on January 20, 2001, the last day of his presidency.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2014-0159-S-Cicetti-Pam.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0159-S
This collection consists of the files of Pam Cicetti, the First Lady’s Executive Assistant, from 1993 through 1997. It includes correspondence to Hillary Clinton from a diverse assortment of friends, regular citizens and celebrities. It also contains correspondence from Senators and Representatives, briefing books and background materials related to health care reform and analysis from medical and insurance experts. In addition, this collection also contains background material, memoranda and correspondence related to Gulf War Illness. Lastly, the collection contains State by State political analysis of the economic progress of the country from 1992 to 1994.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0258-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-0258-F
This collection consists of records concerning requests for the prison release or deportation of Khalid Al-Jawary, also known as Khaled El-Jassem. Al-Jawary, a member of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), was arrested in Italy in 1991 and then extradited to the United States. He was sentenced to 30 years imprisonment for three failed bombing attempts in New York City in 1973. The records consist mainly of letters, news articles, and court transcripts. Letters include correspondence from Al-Jawary to the National Security Advisor and Department of Justice Officials. There are also letters from Palestinian officials requesting Al-Jawary’s release or deportation. News articles and excerpts covering Al-Jawary’s trial were enclosures to Al-Jawary’s letters which were intended to support his argument for release from prison.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0189-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0189-F
This collection consists of a single cable describing a Pakistani news article concerning a 1996 Taliban announcement to ban the growth of poppy in Afghanistan. The record describes that Interior Minister Babar confirmed that the Taliban poppy ban was a genuine announcement. Major General Naseerullah Khan Babar (1928-2011) served as Interior Minister of Pakistan during Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s second government from 1993-1996. The majority of these records related to this collection are closed for national security reasons.

2007-1634-F-1.pdf
Collection No. 2007-1634-F Segment 1
This collection consists of National Security Council (NSC) Records Management System (RMS) documents. These RMS documents contain correspondence between President Clinton and members of Congress concerning terrorism and Pakistan. Also included in the RMS are White House press briefings and relevant news articles.

2007-1635-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-1635-F
This collection consists of records related to Pakistani support of terrorist operations in Jammu & Kashmir. The majority of the records in this collection are closed due to National Security. This collection contains records from late 1993 to 2001. Open records are largely administrative paperwork tracking the movement of memorandum through the National Security Council. The collection also includes correspondence to the President from members of the public, the United States Congress and Senate, and some from the Jammu & Kashmir Liberation Front. It also includes some open press articles reporting on the situation in the Kashmir. This collection topic was requested via the Freedom of Information Act.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0686-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0686-F
This collection consists of photographs of President Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton meeting with Kaki Hockersmith regarding the redesign of the Oval Office in 1993. The photos include President Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton joining interior decorator Kaki Hockersmith and others in the newly redecorated Oval Office on August 30, 1993, and photographs of Hillary Rodham Clinton attending a Historic Preservation lunch in the Blue Room for the Committee for the Preservation of the White House on November 8, 1993.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0686-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0686-F
This collection consists of records pertaining to Kaki Hockersmith and First Lady Hillary Clinton regarding the redecoration of the Oval Office. Kaki Hockersmith was appointed as a member of the Committee for the Preservation of the White House in 1993. She particpated in the redecoration of the Blue Room, Treaty Room, Oval Office, Cross Hall, Grand Entry and State Dinning Room. The records relate to gifts on loan by the National Archives for redecoration and use by the White House and the appointment of Kaki Hockersmith. The Records in this collection contain memoranda, correspondence, reports, handwritten notes, articles, clippings, and e-mails.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0728-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0728-F
This collection consists of records regarding the signing of the Declaration of Principles for Interim Self-Government Arrangements, often referred to as the Oslo Accords, by Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) leader Yasir Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, on September 9, 1993. The event, which included the iconic handshake between Arafat and Rabin, was a landmark moment in the Middle East Peace Process. The records in this collection include invitation lists, press materials, correspondence, briefing material, and other planning documents in anticipation of the event.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-0228-F-Segment-2.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0228-F Segment 2
This collection consists of related to efforts by the American government to locate and capture Usama bin Laden. This is the second segment of this FOIA request to be processed and open. This segment included only electronic records and contains cables dated from 1997 to 2001. The collection also contains e-mail from the Exchange-Record and Exchange-Non-Record e-mail systems. These e-mail range in date from March 1997 to January 2001. Open records in the collection consist largely of talking points and question-and-answer documents. The collection also includes: quarterly reports to Congress, public speeches and speech drafts; open press reports, and press materials.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0228-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0228-F
This collection consists of press releases, executive orders, memoranda, newspaper articles, reports, papers, cables, handwritten notes, and briefing materials highlighting the ongoing effort of the Clinton administration to follow and track Osama Bin Laden across several continents in a concerted attempt to eliminate his terrorist network. That the vast majority of the records in this collection are closed for reasons of national security. Published sources reveal President Clinton tried unsuccessfully on a number of occasions to utilize American military forces to target and kill Bin Laden. He also called off proposed operations in a couple of instances for fear of massive collateral damage and the inevitable media backlash that would reflect negatively on the United States.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1700-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1700-F
This collection consists of records dated March 3, 1997 to January 20, 2001 between Richard Clarke, Samuel Berger, and the President referring to Osama bin Laden, al-Qaeda, Pakistan, Afghanistan, or the Taliban. The collection contains unclassified emails related to meetings or drafting public guidance. It also includes administrative materials related to document handling and tracking. Samuel Berger did not use email and therefore email correspondence is from Clarke to subordinates of Samuel Berger, and typically carry the instruction “FOR SRB.” Memorandum for the President would pass from Clarke through Berger to the President. It should be noted that because of sensitivities associated with counterterrorism activities and discussion related to Osama bin Laden this collection still remains largely classified.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0277-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0277-F
This collection contains memorandums, letters, and press releases concerning the nomination and confirmation of Ortrie D. Smith for the U.S. District Judge for the Western District of Missouri. Ortrie D. Smith was nominated by President Clinton on June 30, 1995 and was confirmed by the Senate on August 11, 1995.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0066-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0066-F
This collection consists of records related to the Organization of American States (OAS). It contains memorandums, reports, remarks, and letters including correspondence between President Clinton and OAS Secretary Generals, documents related to the 1992 and 1993 Protocols of Amendment to the OAS Charter and the 1994 Summit of the Americas Action Plan, briefing materials for Secretary of State Warren Christopher’s trip to Haiti in 1995, and President Clinton’s remarks at the signing of the Inter-American Convention against Illegal Arms Trafficking in 1997.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1262-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1262-F
This collection consists of photographs of President Clinton and Charlie Robertson, Chairman of OPSAIL 2000, at OPSAIL 2000 on July 4, 2000 in New York Harbor. OPSAIL is a non-profit devoted to sail training and fostering goodwill between nations. The photographs consist of President Clinton addressing the event aboard the U.S.S. John F. Kennedy accompanied by first family members.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-1287-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-1287-F
This collection consists of records related to Oprah Winfrey. It includes birthday cards to Ms. Winfrey from President Clinton; requests for the Clintons and White House staff to appear on the “Oprah Winfrey Show;” congratulations sent to Ms. Winfrey after being awarded by charitable organizations for her work on behalf of children and literacy; recommendations from the public for President Clinton to award or appoint Ms. Winfrey to various positions; and schedules, arrangements, and background materials concerning First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton’s appearance on the “Oprah Winfrey Show” in May of 1995.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2013-0768-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0768-F
This collection consists of records related to Operation Storm, which many historians describe as the largest European land battle since the Second World War and a decisive victory for Croatia over neighboring Serbia. The Operation officially lasted just three days from August 4th - 7th, 1995. It contains memoranda, agendas, discussion papers, reports, emails, cables and other planning materials concerning Bosnia, Croatia and the former Yugoslavia for National Security Council Deputies Committee Meetings and for National Security Council Principal Committee meetings.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1262-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1262-F
This collection contains material regarding the sailing events known as Operation Sail 2000 (or OpSail 2000) and its chairman, Charles Robertson. President Clinton attended the celebration of Operation Sail 2000 on July 4th, 2000 in New York Harbor. This collection contains correspondence, notes, and press concerning planning conflicts between Operation Sail 2000 and other sailing associations, remarks made by Presidents Ford and Reagan during previous Operation Sail events, and also memorandum and correspondence regarding legislation and the preparation for Operation Sail 2000.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-1045-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-1045-F
This collection consists of records related to Operation Safe Haven which was a mission carried out by the United States Government. Operation Safe Haven created camps established in Panama to temporarily house the refugees fleeing from Cuba and Haiti in 1994-1995. The majority of the records contain National Security Council email, cables and records from the Multilateral and Humanitarian Affairs Office. See also, collection "Operation Able Manner," FOIA 2011-1040-F.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2012-0659-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0659-F
This collection consists of records concerning Clinton Administration policy and actions regarding American involvement in the Somali civil war. When he took office in 1993, President Clinton inherited the humanitarian crisis in Somalia. Though the administration initially continued the humanitarian and peacekeeping mission of Operation Restore Hope, it pulled out after the deaths of 18 U.S. troops in the Battle of Mogadishu on October 3, 1993 turn public opinion sharply against involvement. The collection includes briefing materials, press materials, correspondence, talking points, reports to Congress, and emails regarding the U.S. presence in Somalia.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-0376-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0376-F
This collection consists of records related to US Border Patrol's San Diego Sector border control plan at Imperial Beach Station called Operation Gatekeeper. The plan was introduced on October 1, 1994 with the purpose of stemming the flow of illegal immigrants crossing the border from Mexico into the United States and to shift the remaining traffic eastward. The collection contains National Security Council cables and email, as well as records from the Domestic Policy Council and the Chief of Staff Office.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-1040-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-1040-F
This collection consists of records regarding Operation Able Manner. Begun five days before the beginning of the Clinton Administration, the Coast Guard operation achieved the interdiction of over 25,000 Haitian migrants at sea, many of whom were taken to the American naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba for processing. Operation Able Manner concluded in November 1994 after the return of President Aristide to Haiti. The records in this collection include cables, emails, and memoranda discussing the operation. See also, collection "Operation Safe Haven," FOIA 2011-1045-F.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-1042-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-1042-F
This collection consists of records related to Operation GTMO (Guantanamo), a U.S. military humanitarian response to Haitian migrants fleeing the island following the September 1991 military coup. The materials consist of cables coming into the White House Situation Room (to be distributed to various members of the National Security Council) regarding the operational status of the camp at Guantanamo Bay and the logistics of the eventual closure of the migrant camp. Please note that the majority of the records related to this FOIA are closed for national security reasons.

http://23.253.244.53/clinton/2009-0541-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-0541-F
This collection consists of memoranda, reports, drafts, publications, handwritten notes, correspondence, talking points, and press releases regarding One America in the 21st Century: The President’s Initiative on Race. One America came into existence as the result of Executive Order 13050. The organization consisted of a seven member Race Initiative Advisory Board appointed by the President himself. John Hope Franklin, a distinguished historian and educator, became the chairman of the committee. According to the Executive Order, the board’s primary mission to “counsel [Clinton] on ways to improve the quality” of the relationship between the many and diverse peoples of the United States.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0327-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0327-F
This collection consists of materials related to the Centennial Olympic Park bombing that occurred on July 27, 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia. It includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, speech drafts, and email related to reactions and the aftermath of the bombing.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-0463-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0463-F
This collection consists of video recordings of President Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton greeting officials and being briefed by local law enforcement, emergency rescue personnel, and firemen at the State Fairgrounds Arena holding area in Oklahoma City, OK on April 23, 1995. The video recording also contains footage of the Clintons greeting and speaking to families of United States Secret Service officers who perished during the bombing.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0326-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0326-F
This collection consists of correspondence between President Clinton and family members of the bomb victims, proclamations, a FEMA briefing book, memoranda, speeches, and schedules. Records of note include background material pertaining to militias and extremists, an outline of Presidential actions against crime and terrorism, and a survey attempting to define the perception Americans have of government security measures.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-1524-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-1524-F
This collection consists of the records of the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). The OSTP advised, "the President in policy formulation and budget development on all questions in which science and technology are important elements; articulating the President's science and technology policies and programs; and fostering strong partnerships among Federal, state and local governments, and the scientific communities in industry and academe.” The records include agendas, articles, books, briefing papers, slides, and books, conference transcripts, drafts, executive orders, information packets, legislation, letters, plans, memoranda, minutes, reports, scholarly papers, Statements of Administration Policy, spreadsheets, talking points, and testimony. Topics covered include accomplishments, administrative issues, airbags, automatic external defibrillators, budget issues, cancer research, cancer panels, food safety, human cloning, missile defense, national security, organ…

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-1489-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-1489-F
This collection consists of records related to meetings with Serbian American businessman Obrad Kesic and Reverend Jesse Jackson in April and May 1999 regarding the NATO bombing campaign in Kosovo. This collection consists of emails, cables, memoranda, and talking points regarding the meetings and the airstrikes in Kosovo.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1311-F.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1311-F
This collections contains President Clinton’s Oath of Office which he took on January 21, 1993.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0162-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0162-F
This collection consists of records concerning the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction Program between 1993 and 1996. The program originated with the 1991 Soviet Threat Reduction Act, co-sponsored by Senators Sam Nunn and Richard Lugar, and continued through 2013. The collection includes drafts of annual Congressional certifications, copies of appropriations bills, correspondence regarding funding, and cables detailing negotiations.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-0821-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0821-F
This collection consists of National Security Council memoranda, emails, and press regarding the Clinton Administration's review of the Comprehensive Test Ban and the resulting Presidential Review Directive (PRD) 19 and Presidential Decision Directive (PDD) 11. The memoranda and emails are discussions between National Security Council staff pertaining to the upcoming meetings on the PRD/PDD. The press consists of newspaper and magazine articles on nuclear testing, as well as the press release announcing the new test policy and the President's July 1993 radio address, explaining the PDD.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0167-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0167-F
This collection consists of correspondence between President Clinton and Congress and memoranda to and from President Clinton on labor standards and minimum wage laws in the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI). The files contain correspondence, memoranda, email, and press reports.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-1990-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2009-0572-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0615-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0615-F
This collection consists of records related to the work of the Office of Scheduling and Advance in preparing for President Clinton’s trip to Northern Ireland in September of 1998. The Office of Scheduling and Advance is responsible for the organization, planning, and execution of the President's schedules for all his meetings, trips and events. The office is also responsible for organizing and setting up activities for all national and international travel by the President and First Lady. The files contain annotated speeches, correspondence, memos, emails, schedules, lists and trip books.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2011-0355-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0355-F
The collection contains records from Nancy Soderberg, National Security Council (NSC) Office of the Staff Director, on the Northern Ireland peace process. These records include correspondence, memoranda, reports, briefing and meeting materials, schedules, newspaper articles, and emails regarding the Northern Ireland peace process.

DigitalScans_2006_0310_F_AV (1).pdf
Collection No. 2006-0310-F
This collection consists of photographs on May 19, 1994 of a Commander in Chief’s meeting regarding North Korea. President Clinton met with Secretary of Defense William Perry and senior military commanders to discuss national security and military related issues associated with events in Korea in the Cabinet Room. There are also photographs from a meeting with President Clinton and a foreign policy group regarding North Korea in the Roosevelt Room. Additionally, there are photographs from a foreign policy group meeting on June 16, 1994 regarding North Korea in the Cabinet Room, and President Clinton delivering a press statement regarding North Korea.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0528-F-1.pdf
Collection No. 2009-0528-F Segment 1
This collection was made available via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The FOIA request was for 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. Specifically the request was for: U.S-South Korea summit talks and bilateral relations, North Korea’s nuclear programs, the advancement of U.S.-North Korea bilateral relations, the South Korean economic crisis in 1997, and U.S.-South Korea mutual defense agreements. This first segment begins with the White House Office of Records Management CF files of Counselor David Gergen and ends with the National Security Council’s Office of the National Security Advisor. Due to the highly sensitive nature of foreign relations with North Korean as well as South Korean and U.S. national security, a large number of these records are closed for national security reasons.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0511-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0511-F
This collection contains e-mails, draft remarks, background materials, and memoranda pertaining to the President’s remarks in support of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) at the Distinguished American Endorsement Event on November 2, 1993. During this event, well-respected individuals, including former President Jimmy Carter, publicly endorsed NAFTA. President Clinton followed these endorsements with his own argument in favor of the agreement. President Clinton outlined the economic and foreign policy benefits of the treaty and asked Americans to inform Congress of their support. Congress passed the necessary legislation later that month.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2012-0869-S.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0869-S
Noa Meyer served as an assistant to the First Lady’s Deputy Chief of Staff Bobbie Greene and then as a researcher for the First Lady’s speechwriting staff, 1997-1999. Subjects covered include adoption, child care, civil rights, domestic violence, education, FLOTUS overseas travel to Argentina, Austria, Barbados, Brazil, Costa Rica, Eritrea, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mexico, Portugal, Russia, Senegal, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Tanzania, Uganda, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, and Zimbabwe, health reform, microcredit, Millennium Council projects, race issues, welfare, and women’s issues. Records consist of background files, books, briefing papers, correspondence, interviews, legislation, lists, meeting notes, reports, resumes, Rolodex cards, schedules, scripts, speech drafts, speech and press transcripts, talking points, and trip books.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2012-1035-S-Rabner.pdf
Collection No. 2012-1035-S
Nicole Rabner served in the Clinton Administration in both the First Lady’s Office and as FLOTUS’ representative in the Domestic Policy Council, 1995-2000. Subjects covered in the collection include adoption, bankruptcy, brain research, breast cancer, budget and appropriations, child care, child development, child welfare, civil rights, domestic violence, education, equal pay, Family and Medical Leave Act, First Ladies’ Conferences, foster care and independence issues, health reform, Medicare, microcredit, race issues, social security, taxes, teen pregnancy, Titles IX, X, and XX, welfare, women’s issues, and youth and children. Records consist of agendas, articles, background files, books, briefing papers, correspondence, decision memos, faxes, informational literature, interviews, legislation, letters, lists, meeting notes, memos, Notices of Proposed Rulemaking, reports, resumes, schedules, speech drafts, speech and press transcripts, Statements of Administration Policy,…

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2013-0625-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0313-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0313-F
This collection consists of photographs from a meeting with President Clinton and Rep. Newt Gingrich. The meeting took place in the Residence on October 28, 1997. President Clinton was accompanied in the meeting by Erskine Bowles and others. President Clinton is presented a gift from Rep. Gingrich.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0166-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0166-F
This collection contains photographs that document the meeting and photo opportunities between the Grand Rabbi, the President, and the First Lady. There are also photos of the Grand Rabbi’s associates with President Clinton, and the Grand Rabbi presenting President Clinton with a ceremonial Menorah.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0476-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0476-F
This collection consists of correspondence, reports, and email regarding a crash in Roswell, New Mexico in July 1947. The origin of the crashed object remains in dispute today. A July 1995 Government Accountability Office (GAO) report, “Government Records: Results of a Search for Records Concerning the 1947 Crash near Roswell, New Mexico,” is included in the files. Also included are email sent to the White House website regarding individual opinions of the Roswell incident.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2012-0038-S-Tanden-OPD.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0038-S
This collection consists of Neera Tanden’s subject files from the Office of Policy Development. The subject matter of the collection is devoted to the issues concerning the First Lady including tobacco control and cessation, education, women in sports, children’s health insurance, women’s health issues, parental unemployment insurance, and paid family leave. The records consist of printed material, memos, news clips, drafts, notes, and speech transcripts

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2012-0057-S-Tanden-OFL.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0057-S
This collection consists of Neera Tanden’s subject files from the Office of the First Lady. Subjects covered in this collection include child care, education and literacy, health reform, Title IX, national service, and youth issues such as after school activities, teen pregnancy, and violence. The records include agendas, articles, books, galley proofs, informational packets, letters, legislation, memos, schedules, speech material, talking points, videos, and weekly reports.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2011-0688-S-Neera-Tanden-DPC.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0688-S
This collection consists of Neera Tanden’s subject files from the Domestic Policy Council. Tanden served as Associate Director for Domestic Policy in the Clinton White House, and Senior Policy Advisor to the First Lady’s staff from December 1997 to July 1999. The collection consists of activities of the Domestic Policy Council as it related to the work of the First Lady including abortion, child care, education, health reform, and youth issues such as after school activities, teen pregnancy, and violence. The records include agendas, articles, briefing books, emails, letters, legislation, memos, schedules, speech material, talking points, and weekly reports.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0029-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-0029-F
This collection consists of records related to the Naval Weapons Industrial Reserve Plant (NWIRP) and the National Defense Authorization Act of 1995. NWIRP- Calverton was operated by Northrop Grumman Corporation until February 1996. This collection consists of correspondence, statements, memoranda, and email.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0909-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0909-F
This collection consists of material pertaining to the speech given by President Clinton on May 8, 1999 in Del City, Oklahoma following a devastating tornado outbreak. In this speech, President Clinton offers support for the National Weather Service building. The files consist of correspondence, talking points and contains final speech drafts.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-0069-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0069-F
This collection consists of records related to ministerial meetings of NATO and the North Atlantic Cooperation Council between 1992 and 1999. The collection contains press releases, NATO communiques, media reaction reports, cables between US State Department officials and the US Mission to NATO, emails concerning press guidance, congressional reports on various NATO Summits, and various speech drafts.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0197-F-3.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0197-F Segment 3
This collection consists of records concerning Native American Policy during the Clinton Administration. Segment 3 contains records primarily from the IN (Indian Affairs) Subject File. This collection also includes White House Staff and Office Files. Records from this collection represent many topics of domestic policy as it relates to Native American people, including clemency for Leonard Peltier, Indian gaming, and tribal recognition. The files contain handwritten notes, memos, articles, correspondence, and printed materials.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0197-F-2.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0197-F Segment 2
This collection consists of records concerning Native American Policy during the Clinton Administration. Segment 2 contains email from the Automated Records Management System (ARMS) Email. ARMS Email for this FOIA collection contain the phrases “Bureau of Indian Affairs” or “Federal Indian Policy” in the “Subject” line. The records include email created and received by Mickey Ibarra and Lynn G. Cutler with specific reference to Indians/Native Americans. The collection includes almost every topic of domestic policy as it relates to Native American people, including crime, teen suicide, gaming, the Census, housing, education, welfare reform, and health care. The collection also consists of records concerning the President’s Initiative on Race and the New Markets Tour. Also included are policy discussions concerning topics specific to Native American interests such as reservation boundaries, reservation tourism, tribal colleges, and sacred sites (the Kennewick Man).

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0197-F-1.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0197-F Segment 1
This collection consists of records concerning Native American Policy during the Clinton Administration. Segment 1 contains records from White House staff and office files and the National Security Council. The files contain handwritten notes, memos, articles, correspondence, and printed materials.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0830-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0830-F
This collection consists of material concerning the development of Presidential Decision Directive (PDD) 49. The PDD, which President Clinton signed on September 14, 1996, outlined the Administration’s policy for space programs emphasizing exploration, economic cooperation, and national security. The records in this collection include fact sheets, press materials, memoranda, cables, and emails.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2013-0922-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0978-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0978-F
This collection consists of records regarding public access to National Security Council (NSC) documents. The case of Armstrong v. the Executive Office of the President raised the question of to what extent the records of the NSC are subject to FOIA requests. In response, President Clinton issued a memorandum on March 24, 1994 to National Security Advisor Anthony Lake and NSC Executive Secretary William Itoh stating that regardless of the decision in the Armstrong case the NSC will continue to provide public access to NSC records. The records in this collection contain memoranda and Anthony Lake's declaration in the Armstrong case.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1131-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1131-F
This collection consists of records on National Security Council (NSC) meetings regarding Al-Qaeda, Afghanistan, or the Taliban, from August 1998 to January 2001. These interagency meetings were in the form of either Principals Committee (PC), Deputies Committee (DC), or Counterterrorism Security (CSG) meetings. These materials consist of emails and memoranda notifying various NSC staffers of upcoming PC, DC, and CSG meetings. The majority of this FOIA case is currently withheld under PRA and FOIA restrictions.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0829-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0829-F
This collection consists of records related to the National Polar-Orbiting Environment Satellite System or NPOESS. NPOESS was a tri-agency program between the Department of Commerce (specifically the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA), the Department of Defense (DOD, specifically the Air Force), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) designed to merge civil and defense weather satellite programs in order to reduce costs and to provide defense weather and climate coverage with improved capabilities. The collection contains correspondence, reports, manuals, briefs, and memos related to the program.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0879-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0879-F
This collection consists of material dealing with documents addressed to President Clinton from the Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Chair of the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) containing recommendations for the establishment of the following national monuments: Sonoran Desert, Upper Missouri River Breaks, Carrizo Plain, Craters of the Moon, Vermillion Cliffs, Hanford Reach, Canyons of the Ancients, Ironwood Forest, Giant Sequoia, Grand Canyon-Parashant, and Grand Canyon-Escalante. The collection includes memoranda, maps, press releases, correspondence, newspaper articles, and drafts of proclamations.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1254-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2009-1254-F
This collection consists of video recordings from the September 29, 1999 National Medal of Arts and Humanities Ceremony at Constitution Hall. President Clinton and Mrs. Clinton both delivered remarks. Recipients included: Irene Diamond, Aretha Franklin, Michael Graves, Dr. Jose Polisi, Norman Lear, Rosetta Lenoire, Harvey Lichtenstein, Lydia Mendoza, Odetta, George Segal, Maria Tallchief, Patricia Battin, Taylor Branch, Jacquelyn Dowd Hall, Garrison Keillor, Jim Lehrer, John Rawls, Steven Spielberg, and August Wilson.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2013-0924-F.pdf
Collection No. 2013-0924-F
This collection consists of records dealing with the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). The NFIB represents the interests of small business owners in the United States. This collection consists of memoranda, publications, press releases, papers, newspaper articles, talking points, correspondence, transcripts, schedules, and handwritten notes.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-1041-F.pdf
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.

2012-0187-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0187-F
This collection consists of profile sheets, correspondence, and press regarding the National Counterintelligence Policy Board's report on unauthorized media leak disclosures from March 1996. The correspondence is between President Clinton and various members of Congress regarding the media leaks. The press consists of press briefings concerning the release of the report. NSC Records Management Office profile sheets are also included. The majority of this FOIA case is currently withheld under FOIA restrictions.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2015-0532-F-Segment-2.pdf
Collection No. 2015-0532-F Segment 2
This collection consists of records related to the National Church Arson Task Force. It contains the White House Counsel's Office files of Dawn Chirwa, Stephen Neuwirth and Kathleen Wallman that address such topics as the Establishment Clause of the Constitution in regards to funding the rebuilding of burned churches and the Posse Comitatus Act in regards to the possible use of National Guard troops in protecting vulnerable properties.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2015/2015-0532-F.pdf
Collection No. 2015-0532-F
This collection consists of records related to the sharp rise in the number of reported arson attacks on the nation’s houses of worship and the formation of the National Church Arson Task Force (NCATF). It contains correspondence between members of the Task Force, correspondence with the White House and various pastors and community leaders, Task Force meeting minutes, notes, memoranda, speeches, publications and official reports in both draft and final form. This collection also includes email that contains correspondence concerning the NCATF, information related to meetings, schedules, weekly reports and discussion of the administration’s position concerning the creation of the NCATF.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0346-F.pdf
Collection No. 2010-0346-F
This collection consists of records related to the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh, particularly the involvement of U. S. Special Negotiators John Maresca and Joseph Presel, and State Department employees Carey Cavanaugh and Donald Keyser. The records include cables, National Security Council emails, and correspondence. This collection topic was requested via the Freedom of Information Act.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0013-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2007-1610-F.pdf
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.

2016-0595-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0595-F
This collection consists of photographs from movie screenings during Clinton administration. The photographs include various screenings of movies in the Family Theatre, East Room and Camp David during the years of the Clinton administration. The photos include President Clinton and others meeting and greeting before these events.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0098-F.pdf
Collection No. 2008-0098-F
This collection consists of records on the release of Hamas leader Mousa Mohammed Abu Marzook from U.S. custody and his deportation to Jordan in the spring of 1997. These materials include National Security Council (NSC) press guidance on the legal case, emails regarding upcoming NSC Marzook meetings, talking points, and press briefings. The majority of this FOIA case is currently withheld under PRA and FOIA restrictions.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1380-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-1380-F
This collection consists of records related to President Clinton and his interactions with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, or Mormons, as well as visits by President Clinton to Salt Lake City, Utah. This collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, itineraries, schedules, and press clippings. The records describe President Clinton's interactions and communications with different leaders of the Church of Latter Day Saints and various Latter Day Saints organizations. They also deal with efforts by President Clinton and administration officials on behalf of Salt Lake City’s bid to host the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, and some of the planning that took place for the Games.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2015/2015-0991-F.pdf
Collection No. 2015-0991-F
This collection consists of records related to the Monsanto Corporation. It contains correspondence between Monsanto Chairman and CEO Robert B. Shapiro and President Clinton regarding opening New York to London air routes, the Product Liability Reform Act of 1996, Permanent Normal Trade Relations (PNTR) with China, the nomination of Ambassador Barshefsky as the U.S. Trade Representative, and the U.S. – E.U. Transatlantic Economic partnership. The collection also includes invitations for the President to attend a “Concert to Rebuild” by the St. Louis symphony orchestra and suggestions of locations to visit during the President’s 1998 trip to Africa.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-0319-F-Segment-2.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0319-F.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0319-F Segment 1
This collection consists of email created and received by Monica Lewinsky from both her White House and Pentagon email accounts. Lewinsky's email is predominatnely administrative in nature. This collection also contains email between White House staff members making reference to Monica Lewinsky. White House staff email about Lewinsky mostly concerns Lewinsky’s relationship with the President, the Starr Report, and the impeachment.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0015-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0015-F
This collection consists of records related to Mondev International, Ltd. v United States, a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) arbitration case brought by Mondev International Ltd. before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). The collection contains National Security Council records related to the case, including the Notice of Arbitration filed with the Department of State. The United States did not file a response to the Notice of Arbitration until June of 2001, after the end of the Clinton Presidency.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-1452-F.pdf
Collection No. 2007-1452-F
This collection consists of messages between Iranian President Khatami and President Clinton in August 1999. These materials include an email regarding a news report about the exchanges of messages between the two leaders.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2012-0661-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0661-F
This collection consists of material related to Mobutu Sese Seko, President of Zaire from 1965-1997. It contains memoranda, reports, press materials, correspondence, emails, and cables.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2014-0301-S.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0301-S
Missy Kincaid was an executive assistant to the First Lady in the Old Executive Office Building from 1998 – 2000. Among her duties, Ms. Kincaid tracked and processed requests for the First Lady’s signature on photographs and books including “Dear Socks, Dear Buddy” and “It Takes a Village”. She also handled correspondence with various citizens requesting tours of the White House and personal meetings with the First Lady. This collection consists of correspondence, meeting notes, monthly calendars, copies of book signature requests and photograph signatures. It also contains travel vouchers and scheduling information.

2016-0531-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0531-F
This collection consists of records related to a minimum wage and living wages. It primarily consists of background material, correspondence, and email. The correspondence describes legislative strategy, legislative issues such as the Earned Income Tax Credit, and also state and local minimum wage campaigns. The emails include meeting summaries and policy discussions

2012-0573-F.pdf
Collection No. 2012-0573-F
This collection contains e-mail related to the Millennium bombing plots in Jordan and the United States. The Millennium bombing plots, or the Year 2000 attack plots, were a series of coordinated terrorist attacks planned to occur on or near January 1, 2000. Due to the nature of the request, a significant number of responsive documents have been closed for reasons of national security. The collection dates from December 1999 to January 2001 and contains speeches and speech drafts that mention the Millennium plot. The records also include press materials and television show transcripts where the bombing plot was a topic of conversation. Talking point drafts and press guidance are also among the open materials.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0510-F.pdf
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…

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0509-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0504-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0625-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-0068-F-AV.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0797-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2011-0586-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0586-F
This collection consists White House Press Secretary Mike McCurry’s files, including memoranda and correspondence regarding press relations/strategy. McCurry served as the White House Press Secretary from 1995 till October of 1998. The collection contains daily press guidance and briefings, invitations, statements, talking points, reports, and emails. The records include material on adoption, AIDS, budget, child welfare, drug policy, education, minimum wage, press interviews, technology and welfare.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0318-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0317-F.pdf
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.

2013-0416-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0234-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0234-F
This collection contains video recordings relating to the Israeli and Palestinian Peace Process, as well as material related to the broader topic of Middle East Peace. Included are materials relating to arrivals and departures, meetings prior to and following events, speaking engagements, and signing ceremonies. The collection includes materials from Prime Minister Netanyahu’s July 1996 White House visit, an October 1996 peace summit in Washington, D.C., a December 1998 trip to Gaza City, Prime Minister Ehud Barak’s July 1999 visit to the White House and Camp David, the January 2000 Sheperdstown peace talks, meetings in July 200 regarding the Camp David Peace Accords, and the December 2000 meeting with President-elect George W. Bush. Key individuals in the video recordings include President William Jefferson Clinton, First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, Vice President Albert “Al” Gore Jr., Prime Minister Binyamin (Benjamin) Netanyahu of Israel, Prime Minister Ehud Barak of…

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0231-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0231-F
This collection contains photographs relating to the Israeli and Palestinian Peace Process, as well as material related to the broader topic of Middle East Peace. The collection includes materials from Prime Minister Netanyahu’s July 1996 White House visit, an October 1996 peace summit in Washington, D.C., a December 1998 trip to Gaza City, Prime Minister Ehud Barak’s July 1999 visit to the White House and Camp David, the January 2000 Sheperdstown peace talks, and the December 2000 meeting with President-elect George W. Bush. Key individuals in these records include President William Jefferson Clinton, First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, Vice President Albert “Al” Gore Jr., Prime Minister Binyamin (Benjamin) Netanyahu of Israel, Prime Minister Ehud Barak of Israel, Chairman Yasser Arafat of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), and King Hussein of Jordan.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-1244-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2017-1244-F
The photographs and video processed in this collection are related to the Middle East peace process. Included are items relating to stops in Israel, Masada, Bethlehem, and Gaza City on December 12 through 15, 1998.

2016-0242-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0242-F
This collection contains photographs and videos relating to the Israeli and Palestinian Peace Process, which also includes material relating to Middle East Peace as a topic. President William Jefferson Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton are the primary participants in the materials, along with various Clinton administration staff as noted. The date ranges for the material includes October 25 through 29, 1994, September 28, 1995, November 5 through 6, 1995, October 15 through 23, 1998, March 25 through 26, 2000, and July 11 through 25, 2000. Photographs and video recordings relate to arrivals, departures, in-transit events, meetings, photo-ops, press briefings, and other Presidential ceremonies during the requested dates.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0729-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0195-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0469-F-2.pdf
Collection No. 2006-0469-F Segment 2
This collection is a continuation of Segment 1 for the speechwriting files of Michael Waldman.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0469-F-1.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2013-0968-S-Scmidt.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2013-1078-S-OMary.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-1095-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2012-0160-S-Cohen.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0060-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0060-F
This collection consists of White House records related to the Mexican Peso Crisis and bailout of 1995, a financial crisis of worldwide import that occurred during the Clinton administration. It contains memoranda, drafts, press briefings, and correspondence.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0065-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0065-F
This collection consists of National Security Council (NSC) records management documents regarding the Mexican Peso Crisis of 1995. In response to the sudden economic downturn of the Mexican economy, President Clinton obtained a $50 million bailout package through the International Monetary Fund. The collection contains a press release from former President George H.W. Bush supporting the administration’s plans for an aid package, a letter on the subject from Japanese Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama, and an April 1995 Congressional records request.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0014-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2010-0650-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0789-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0200-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0200-F
This collection consists of records that contain the names of the members of the Enrichment Oversight Committee (EOC). It consists of agendas, summary of meetings, notes, correspondence, memoranda, reports, emails, and administrative paperwork. The EOC was chaired by the National Security Council and had its membership include representatives from the Department of State, Treasury, Defense, Justice, Commerce, Energy, National Economic Council, Council of Economic Advisors, and the Intelligence Community.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0515-F.pdf
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.

2013-0534-S-Verveer.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-0225-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0225-F
This collection contains materials related to Medical Savings Accounts, Health Savings Accounts, and high deductible insurance. It consists of press materials, draft papers, legislation, correspondence, and reports. Topics include the Golden Rule Insurance Company, health care reform, the Health Insurance and Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), high-deductible health insurance, Medicare, and the Patients’ Bill of Rights. Within this collection, the White House Staff and Office Files originating the Domestic Policy Council and the First Lady’s Office have all been previously processed and opened under the names of their respective staffers. In addition, there are several folder titles from previously processed collections within the Health Care Task Force and Public Liaison offices.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1011-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2010-1112-S-Matthew-Eng.pdf
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).

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2013-0238-S-McGuire.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2012-0326-S-Brostrom.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0049-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0507-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1878-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2011-0584-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0584-F
This collection primarily consists of White House Communications Director Mark Gearan's correspondence on communication and press strategy. It also contains background materials including articles, correspondence, notes, position papers, press releases, and taking points relating to these communication plans.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1017-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2012-0819-S-Tarmey.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0530-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-0045-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0216-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2011-0587-F.pdf
Collection No. 2011-0587-F
This collection consists of material regarding Margaret Jane “Dee Dee” Myers (born Margaret Jane Myers. Myers served as White House Press Secretary from January 1993 to December 1994. She was the first woman and the second youngest person to hold such a position. The collection contains correspondence, handwritten notes, reports, memoranda, newspaper articles, lists, press guidance on a daily basis, talking points, speeches, press releases, and transcripts of press briefings. Comments penned by Myers can be found throughout these records.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0222-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2014-0089-F.pdf
Collection No. 2014-0089-F
This collection consists of records related to Assistant Secretary of State Marc Grossman, European Security, and NATO. It includes memorandums, reports, emails and cables. These materials contain press reviews from NATO member countries, NATO summit information and communications strategies, press guidance, and press briefings.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2013-0359-S-Williams-Correspondence.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2013-0359-S-Williams-Subject-Files.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1156-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0623-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0192-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-1110-S-Margherio.pdf
Collection No. 2016-1110-S
This collection contains the records of Lynn Margherio. Ms. Margherio worked in the White House Office of Policy Development and was a Senior Policy Analyst with the Domestic Policy Council. The files contain correspondence, handwritten notes, memorandum, new releases, press clippings, and reports. The records cover health, disability, mental health, equal employment, homelessness, Social Security, Veterans Affairs, and the White House Conference on Aging.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2011-1010-S-Hogan.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2010-1083-S-Hogan.pdf
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.

2016-0719-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0719-F
This collection consists of records related to all correspondence between Judge Luis F. Oberdorfer of the US District Court for the District of Columbia and President Clinton. It contains cards and letters covering a range of topics from mundane birthday greetings and invitations to events up to unsolicited advice on law enforcement topics, mandatory minimum sentencing practices and recommendations for appointments to the federal bench.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0470-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1006-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0021-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2014-0483-S-Bowyer-Liz.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-1038-F.pdf
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).

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2015-0275-S-Muscatine.pdf
Collection No. 2015-0275-S
This collection consists of the records of Lissa Muscatine from her time in the First Lady’s Office. Muscatine served as a Presidential Speechwriter, 1993-1995, Special Assistant to the President and Presidential Speechwriter, 1996-1998, and Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Communications for the First Lady, 2000-2001. This series highlights the First Lady’s various domestic and international trips and events, including her speeches, schedules, and related press releases about the events, and the press credentials of those covering the events. This collection also contains records relating to the First Lady’s press interviews and television appearances, as well as her column Talking It Over. Background material includes articles and news summaries used by the Press Office in drafting statements, press releases, and speeches and responses of the First Lady. The collection also contains files created by Marsha Berry, who preceded Muscatine as Director of…

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2011-0415-S-Muscatine.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/Systematic/2012-0043-S-Lisa-Green.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2008-0825-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0624-F.pdf
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…

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2015/2015-0220-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0188-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0188-F
This collection consists of records related to Lewis A. (Lou) Reed’s performance at the White House State Dinner in honor of Vaclav Havel, President of the Czech Republic, September 16, 1998. The collection contains email between White House Staff concerning Reed’s invitation to and preparation for the official State Dinner. Also included are State Dinner invitation lists and presidential speech drafts.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2013/2013-0877-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0999-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2012/2012-0597-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-0874-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2013-1102-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-1804-F.pdf
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.

2016-0834-F-AV.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0834-F
This collection consists of photographs from the Mayors and Law Enforcement Awards event on the South Lawn of the White House on April 14th, 1994. President William Jefferson Clinton delivered a speech and then presented the awards. The collection also contains photographs prior to the event in the Diplomatic Reception Room. Key individuals include Mayor Jerry Abramson, President of the United States Conference of Mayors, Mayor Sharpe James, Mayor Richard Daley, and Mayor Richard Riordan, among others.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2015-0239-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0546-F-AV.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0545-F-AV.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0481-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0480-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-1126-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-1126-F
This collection consists of material concerning Laura Tyson and trade between the United States and Japan. She was one of President Clinton’s most trusted economic advisors, serving on the Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) from 1993-1995 and on the National Economic Council (NEC) from 1995-1996. The trade imbalance between the United States and Japan was her main focus during this period. Tyson created the “Framework Deal” as the beginning point for all negotiations involving the two countries. Areas of negotiation included autos and auto parts, glass, and semiconductors. The collection contains talking points, correspondence, memoranda, notes, and newspaper articles.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-1158-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-1158-F
This collection consists of records related to Laura D’Andrea Tyson and United States Department of Labor. Ms. Tyson worked as Chair of the U.S. President’s Council of Economic Advisers from February 1993 until February 1995. She then became Director of the National Economic Council and served in that position until December 1996. The files contain correspondence, memos, charts, speech remarks, and reports. The materials include Producer and Consumer Price Indexes, Productivity and Costs reports, Employment and Unemployment reports, Employment Cost Indexes and State Unemployment rates. These materials cover topics which include consumer price index issues, income trends, job tenure, economy, employment, education, and job training.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2006-1733-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2017-0364-F.pdf
Collection No. 2017-0364-F
This collection consists of material regarding Laura Tyson. The files contain memoranda, reports, press releases, testimony, speeches, drafts, graphs, charts, tables, correspondence, talking points, and faxes. For three years (1993-1996) Laura Tyson acted as President Clinton’s top economic advisor. During that time span she headed the Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) for two years and the National Economic Council (NEC) for one year. The records here deal primarily with U.S. trade relations with Russia and Canada and trade policy in the steel sector. Detailed in nature, the talking points pertain to trade with America’s neighbor to the north and address such issues as lumber imports, possible import restrictions on peanut butter, provincial sales taxes, and disputes over beer.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0194-S-Capps.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-1037-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-1400-F-AV.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0017-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0017-F
This collection consists of material from the White House Office of Records Management (WHORM) with any reference to Larry Ellison, Chief Executive Officer of Oracle Inc. It contains correspondence, memoranda, notes, lists, and emails.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0016-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0016-F
This collection consists of material from White House Staff and Office files with any reference to Larry Ellison, Chief Executive Officer of Oracle. It contains correspondence, testimony, memoranda, newspaper articles, press releases, schedules, reports, drafts, and report summaries.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2014/2014-0550-F.pdf
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…

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2010/2010-0448-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0864-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0864-F
This collection consists of email correspondence concerning a meeting between President Clinton and Lane Kirkland on December 10, 1993. Email correspondence specifically addresses Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) Reform.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0442-F-AV-1.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2007/2007-0141-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0940-F-AV.pdf
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.”

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2013-0518-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2016-0205-F.pdf
Collection No. 2016-0205-F
This collection consists of National Security Council Records Management Numbered documents related to the Kosovo Refugee crisis from March of 1998 until June of 1999. The collection contains Congressional correspondence, memoranda between the President and National Security Advisor Sandy Berger, and letters from concerned individuals including the former Prime Minister of Yugoslavia, Milan Panic. The records also include memoranda and reports concerning the allocation of money for refugee assistance programs, as well as press accounts regarding the effectiveness of United Nations refugee assistance efforts.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2011/2011-0463-F-AV.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-1186-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0528-F-Segment-2.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0540-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0497-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0845-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0183-F.pdf
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.

http://storage.lbjf.org/clinton/finding_aids/2018-0316-F.pdf
Collection No. 2018-0316-F
This collection consists of records related to two letters from President Clinton to Kim Jong Il in 1999 and 2000. It consists of copies of the letters, internal NSC routing paperwork for the drafts and cover memoranda from NSC Staff members to National Security Advisor Samuel Berger and from Mr. Berger to the President

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0648-F.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2008/2008-0070-F.pdf
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…

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2009/2009-0442-F-2.pdf
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.

http://clintonlibrary.gov/assets/Documents/Finding-Aids/2006/2006-0512-F.pdf
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.