In the Textual Processing Room at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, archivist Elizabeth Lanier prepares acid-free folders that will hold Presidential documents.
Courtesy George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
The over 29,000 cubic feet (70 million pages) of textual materials housed at the George W. Bush Presidential Library include Presidential records from the Executive Office of the President (EOP).
Examples of EOP records are the White House Office of Records Management, the White House Staff Member Office Files, such as Condoleezza Rice and Karl Rove, the National Security Council files, and the records created by The Commission on the Intelligence Capabilities of the United States Regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction (The WMD Commission).
Presidential records at the Library are being processed under the terms of the Presidential Records Act and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). View the Finding Aids for the records currently available for research at the Library.
Sneak Peek Document Gallery - This gallery features a sampling of documents from President George W. Bush’s time in the White House, including menus from White House dinners and lunches, a note from the President Bush written on the day that the last of the debris was removed from Ground Zero, the President’s own speech cards, and others.