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The online exhibits and digital collections of the George W. Bush Presidential Library give an in-depth look photographs and videos, artifacts, and documents highlighting eight years of the Bush Administration. The Presidential materials serve as a resource for the study of American history, the American Presidency, and important issues of public policy. 

In addition, explore information about the Native Texas Park located on the building's grounds. 

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White House and Texas Capitol Cowboy Boots

This collection features some of the many important artifacts and gifts given from American citizens and foreign Heads of State. 

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A school child in Germany drew this picture of hope in the aftermath of the tragedy.

This online exhibit features a small sample of the thousands of condolence materials that poured into the United States’ embassies located around the globe after September 11, 2001.

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President George W. Bush rallies firefighters and rescue workers, September 14, 2001, during an impromptu speech at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center towers. (P7365-23a)

This collection contains 60 photographs taken on September 11, 2001 through October 30, 2001.

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