Homepage for the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum website.
Presidential Daily Diary for September 14-15, 2005.
During his administration, President George W. Bush made 48 international trips to 73 countries (in addition to visiting the West Bank), visiting every continent except Antarctica.
The Executive Office of the President, or EOP, is made up of offices that support the President.
During the George W. Bush Administration, speeches were used to communicate important policies or actions taken by the United States government.
Economic events during the George W. Bush administration include income tax cuts in 2001 and 2003 and a subprime mortgage crisis in 2007 - 2008 that led to a period known as the Great Recession. Some major themes of President George W. Bush's economy policy include economic stimulus, job creation, economic growth, and fiscal responsibility.
The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum features a wide variety of interactive exhibits. These online exhibits and digital galleries explore some of the artifacts, photos and videos, and documents housed in the Library and Museum. Also, information about the Native Texas Park is highlighted.
2014-0145-F: All Photographs of the Handshake Greeting by President George W. Bush with Members of Project Prayer Flag at the White House on January 12, 2009 as well as all Correspondence from 2008-2009 with Project Prayer Flag
All Photographs of the Handshake Greeting by President George W. Bush with Members of Project Prayer Flag at the White House on January 12, 2009 as well as all Correspondence from 2008-2009 with Project Prayer Flag.
Finding Aid 2018-0263-F: Emails Processed in Response to Blumenthal v. NARA FOIA Litigation Request Information Emails responsive to this request are being released on a rolling basis in segments. Please check this page for updates. The materials in FOIA 2018-0263-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.
As First Lady, Laura Bush traveled domestically to all 50 states and internationally to more than 75 countries. A leading advocate for literacy, Mrs. Bush championed the power of education to foster healthy families and communities, advance opportunities for young people, and promote human rights worldwide, particularly for women and children.
Mrs. Laura Bush's Trip to India in March 2006.
This collection consists of Presidential records from White House Staff Member Office Files (SMOF), 2001-2009, who served in the administration of President George W. Bush. Named after the individual staff members and/or offices, some series are fully available for research. Otherwise, individual folders have been opened during systematic processing.
Presidents have been known to rehearse major speeches in the theatre, but its also a place for First Families and guests to relax and enjoy movies.
Freedom of Information Act request or FOIA (5 U.S.C. 552, as amended) generally provides any person with the statutory right, enforceable in court, to obtain access to Government information in executive branch agency records. This right to access is limited when such information is protected from disclosure by one of FOIA’s nine statutory exemptions.
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Tickets must be reserved or purchased in advance online at tickets.bushcenter.org. Each ticket admits one visitor into all permanent and special exhibits and includes all special Library and Museum programming on the day of attendance.