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Finding Aid

2014-0299-F: Correspondence with President Jimmy Carter or Rosalynn Carter and George W. Bush, as well as Speeches or Press Releases Regarding the Carters

Scope and Content

The materials in FOIA 2014-0299-F are a selective, not necessarily all inclusive, body of documents responsive to the topic of the FOIA. Researchers should consult the archivist about related materials.

FOIA 2014-0299-F requested materials related to correspondence between former President Jimmy Carter or Rosalynn Carter and George W. Bush, as well as speeches or press releases regarding the Carters.

This FOIA primarily contains correspondence, tracking sheets, shipping receipts, press releases, reports, cover sheets, routing memoranda, Presidential remarks, trip reports and schedules from the Presidential Daily Diary. Correspondence includes letters from former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford regarding the National Commission on Federal Election Reform, as well as letters from Congress to President George W. Bush urging support for democratically elected governments in Latin America. Also included are routine birthday and anniversary greetings. Reports include the Carter Center’s report on the Council of Presidents and Prime Ministers of the Americas’ recommendations on strengthening democracy as well as numerous trip reports documenting former President Jimmy Carter's foreign trips. Speeches mentioning President Carter include remarks made regarding election reform, remarks made at a Habitat for Humanity event, the retirement of Air Force One Tail Number 27000, the Miller Center re-dedication, and the 2002 Nobel Laureates Photo-Op in the Oval Office.


60 folders, approximately 946 pages


Official records of George W. Bush's presidency are housed at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum and administered by the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of the Presidential Records Act.

Folders and Documents

Records Management, White House Office of

Subject Files - CO124 (Nicaragua) Subject Files - CO182 (Republic of Venezuela) Subject Files - FG002-39 (Carter, James "Jimmy") Subject Files - FG006-01 (White House Staff) Subject Files - FG006-03A (Chief of Staff, Office Files) Subject Files - ME001 (Messages Sent to Individuals) Subject Files - ME001-01 (Messages - Anniversary/Wedding) Subject Files - ME001-02 (Messages - Birthday Greetings) Subject Files - ME001-05 (Wedding Congratulations) Subject Files - PP (Presidential Personal) Subject Files - PP005-01 (First Lady) Subject Files - PR013-12 (Endorsement, Request for Presidential) Subject Files - SP587-01 (Remarks to Habitat for Humanity Supporters Event, Waco, TX) Subject Files - SP587-07 (Remarks, 08/29/2001) Subject Files - WE (Welfare)

Staff Member Office Files

National Security Files - Records and Access Management - PRS Originals Files Appointments and Scheduling, White House Office of - Presidential Daily Diary Faith-Based & Community Initiatives, White House Office of - Hein, Jay - General Files National Security Council - African Affairs - General Files Staff Secretary, White House Office of the - Kavanaugh, Brett - Speech Files Staff Secretary, White House Office of the - Miers, Harriet E. - Presidential Remarks