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Jimmy Carter Library & Museum staff bid farewell to Anne Angstadt, Museum Technician, this September. I asked Anne if she’d be willing to share a little bit about herself and her plans for the future prior to her departure: “I am a native Atlantan with a B. A. in English from Furman University, Greenville, South […]
Jay Hakes, Director of the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum, will be stepping down at the end of July after serving in the position for thirteen years. A press release sent out in May details Hakes’ departure and career in government. Hakes’ departure from the Library and Museum marks the wrap-up of a long public […]
There is a new exhibit at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum and we invite you to come visit us! Ever since Zachary Taylor and the Whig Party won the White House more than 150 years ago, AP reporters and photographers have been the dominant source of presidential news for media across the U.S. […]
The National Archives would like to welcome you to one of its latest social media ventures. Presidential Libraries are now on Pinterest! “Pinterest is a content sharing service that allows members to ‘pin’ images, videos, and other objects to their pinboards…” -Social Media and Digital Engagement at the National Archives According to an announcement that went […]