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Plains Chautauqua

May 2-4, 2014 Plains Chautauqua Weekend Event, Plains, GA Sponsored by the Plains Historical Preservation Trust Keynote Speaker – President Jimmy Carter    Travel to Plains, Georgia for a unique opportunity, the first Plains Chautauqua weekend event! “Travel back in time to the mid 1800s and explore the unique history of Plains, Georgia,” birthplace of […]

New Play ‘Camp David’ at DC’s Arena Stage

“President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, plan to join the premiere of the new play ‘Camp David’ by Lawrence Wright that opens in April in Washington. The Arena Stage announced…that the Carters will serve as honorary chairs of the red-carpet premiere of ‘Camp David.’ It’s a fundraising event scheduled for April 3 to support programs at […]

Saying Good-Bye to Joan Mondale, Advocate of the Arts

The Jimmy Carter Library & Museum would like to express condolences to the Mondale family at the passing of Joan Mondale, wife of former Vice President Walter F. Mondale, on February 3, 2014. “Joan Mondale, whose promotion and advocacy of painting, sculpture and other fine arts earned her the nickname Joan of Art in Washington […]

New Documents Available for Research at Carter Library

42,454 newly released documents (168,926 pages) from the Carter Administration are now available at the Carter Library via the RAC (Remote Archives Capture) program! The topics of the documents center largely on foreign policy during Carter’s Administration, 1977-1981. These documents can be searched electronically and accessed in the Library’s research room on standalone computers. Interested […]

New Year, New Projects… New Intern!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! With the start of 2014 comes another year of projects and new discoveries in the archives of the Jimmy Carter Library… As such, the Library would like to take the opportunity to feature one of its newest volunteers/interns who is helping us kick off another year of projects behind-the-scenes in the archives. […]

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