William J. Clinton Presidential Center
The William J. Clinton Presidential Center includes the Clinton presidential library and the offices of the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton School of Public Service. The facility, designed by architect James Polshek, cantilevers over the Arkansas River, echoing Clinton's famous campaign promise of "building a bridge to the 21st century."
The archives and library at the William J. Clinton Library and Museum contains 2 million photographs, 80 million pages of documents, 21 million e-mail messages, and nearly 80,000 artifacts from the Clinton presidency. The museum within the site showcases artifacts from Clinton's term and includes a full-scale replica of the Clinton-era Oval Office; other occupants of the Center include the Clinton School of Public Service, and the offices of the Clinton Foundation.
Opened on November 18, 2004, the Clinton Presidential Center cost $165 million to construct and covers 150,000 square feet (14,000 mē) within a 28 acre (113,000 mē) park.
papers in the folders on the left
gifts to the President on the right
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replica of the Cabinet room
replica of Clinton's Presidential Oval Office
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William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Center
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