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Operated by the National Archives and Records Administration, the Clinton Presidential Library and Museum documents the presidency of William J. Clinton.
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White House History Dec 16
President Bill Clinton admires a gingerbread house in the State Dining Room in December, 1994. Executive Pastry Chef Roland Mesnier created it as a replica of Clinton's boyhood home in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Credit: William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum / NARA
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White House History Dec 15
In 1993, President and First Lady Clinton’s cat Socks posed with his personalized White House Christmas stocking atop a quilted square featuring the White House and other Washington, D.C., landmarks. Socks was cuddled up beneath the Blue Room Christmas Tree at the time.
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White House History Dec 14
Christmas, 1999, decorations on the mantel of the Red Room. Credit: William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum / NARA
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Clinton Library Dec 17
In 1999, the Clinton family, including Socks and Buddy, received these five sparkly, handmade holiday stockings from a family in Virginia. Happy Holidays!
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Clinton Library Dec 14
The Dayton Peace Accords were signed in 1995. The Accords were also known as the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Clinton Library Dec 13
Every year the White House has a theme for the Holiday Season. These five nutcrackers were used to decorate the White House in 1996 based on the chosen theme, the Nutcracker.
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White House History Dec 12
The East Colonnade decorated for Christmas, 1999. The poinsettia tree honors Dr. Joel Roberts Poinsett, who brought the poinsettia plant to the United States in the 1820s while serving as U.S. minister to Mexico. Credit: William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum / NARA
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Clinton Library Dec 12
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Clinton Library Dec 11
Christmas is only two weeks away! This Saturday, Dec. 15, is your last chance for a FREE photo with Santa at the Clinton Presidential Library, 8 am to 12 pm.
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Clinton Library Dec 10
Pictured here are menorahs and a driedel gifted to President Clinton in 1993. The second menorah, which represents peace and unity, was created by a glass-works shop in Oregon. Happy Hanukkah!
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Clinton Library Dec 7
How early do you put up your Christmas Decorations? Here is President Clinton with a Christmas Tree in his office.
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Clinton Library Dec 7
In 1994, Proclamation 6758 made December 7 an official federally recognized day to honor the 2,403 Americans who died in the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Clinton Library, along with all federal offices, flies the flag at half-staff to honor those lost on this day in 1941.
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Clinton Library Dec 5
The White House Collection of American Crafts exhibit, open now, features crafts previously on display at the White House. Here you can see the First Family giving them a close inspection in 1993.
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Clinton Library Dec 4
Apply now for the 3rd Annual Fusion: Arts + Humanities Arkansas, a professional development institute for educators. This year's theme is "The Mighty Mississippi: A Mosaic of America's Growth." Application deadline is Jan. 9! To apply:
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Clinton Library Dec 4
Replying to @WJCLibrary
To clarify, the museum lobby will be open for visitors to sign the condolence book, but all other areas of the museum will be closed for the day of mourning.
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Clinton Library Dec 4
On Wednesday, Dec 5, NARA will close for a national day of mourning honoring President George H.W. Bush. The museum will remain open and a book will be available for any members of the public who wish to leave their condolences or celebrate President Bush's life and legacy.
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Clinton Library Dec 3
Happy Hanukkah! Yesterday, December 2, was the first day of Hanukkah. This picture shows President Clinton and First Lady with children honoring the holiday in 2000.
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Clinton Library Dec 3
Replying to @WJCLibrary
Read President Clinton's full statement on the passing of George H. W. Bush here:
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Clinton Library Dec 3
Hillary and I mourn the passing of President George H.W. Bush, and give thanks for his great long life of service, love, and friendship...I am profoundly grateful for every minute I spent with President Bush and will always hold our friendship as one of my life’s greatest gifts.
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Clinton Library Nov 30
President Clinton became the first sitting president to visit Northern Ireland as part of the peace process in the region. The President and First lady turned on the Christmas lights outside Belfast City Hall as part of their historic visit in 1995.
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