Shirley Sagawa - First Lady's Office - Collection Finding Aid

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Shirley Sagawa - First Lady's Office - Collection Finding Aid



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. The records include reports, schedules of the First Lady and Shirley Sagawa, handwritten notes, memoranda, draft legislation, articles, emails, faxes, publications, correspondence addressed to the First Lady, Shirley Sagawa, and Bobbie Greene (Shirley Sagawa’s predecessor), from Congress, non-profit organizations, publishers, and private citizens, and correspondence, cards, and photographs to Socks the Cat and Buddy the Dog from the general public.


William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum


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