Directions and parking information for visitors to the George W. Bush Library and Museum in Dallas, TX, including rates and accessible parking information.
The documents from the Office of the Executive Clerk, G. Timothy (Tim) Saunders, Bill Files largely consist of routine memoranda (and drafts thereof) from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to President George W. Bush regarding pending Congressional enrolled bills from January 2001 through January 2009.
In addition to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, records may be released via a Mandatory Declassification Review (MDR). MDRs are authorized under Executive Order 13526, which allows the public to request a classification review of a withdrawn, classified document.
Frequently Asked Questions from Teachers about the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum's teacher and student resources, field trips, the Situation Room Experience, and lesson plans.
If you, your children, or your family enjoy learning about the Presidency, First Ladies, American history, and the United States federal government while traveling across the country, consider purchasing a Presidential Libraries Passport as a unique souvenir.
Located on the campus of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum serves as a resource for the study of the life and career of George W. Bush, while also promoting a better understanding of the Presidency, American history, and important issues of public policy.
While the official gubernatorial records of former Texas Governor George W. Bush are housed at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the records are the property of the State of Texas, the responsibility of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, and are subject to research requests and the Texas Public Information Act (PIA). Requests for George W. Bush gubernatorial records, whether a research request or public information request, must be submitted via the Texas State Archives Material Request Form.
This series consists of the official proclamations, denoted by a blue border, released by President George W. Bush. The Library kept three samples of each if possible, and the series includes copies of the vast majority of the Bush administration proclamations.
Administration baseball cards, bookmarks, envelopes, information sheets, lithographs, response cards, stickers, and related items are contained within this series. All items in this series were presumably mailed to members of the public who wrote in to the White House.
This series includes speech drafts, correspondence, publications and web pages related to the arts created or received in the White House Office of Records Management during the administration of George W. Bush.
This series consists of materials pertaining to human and civil rights, ethnic minority groups, voting rights, and ideologies, including communications from the public expressing views or complaints about such matters. HU (Human Rights) is comprised of correspondence, memoranda, reports, fact sheets, and drafts. Materials relate to human and civil rights in the United States, alleged human rights violations in foreign countries, and humanitarian aid provided by the United States to foreign countries.