This guide identifies sources from the U.S. President's office and related executive branch agencies. It covers executive orders and proclamations, related documents, and information about the presidential libraries.
*compiled with the assistance of Nick Farris, Robyn McAllen, and Kim Mattioli.
The official website of the White House provides information on the current administration, including links to the White House Blog and the Briefing Room, where you can find videos and transcripts of public statements, as well as proclamations and executive orders.
The U.S. National Archives preserves documents and materials that were created in the course of business conducted by the U.S. Federal government. The following pages are of use when searching for presidential documents:
This research guide was created by Michelle Trumbo, former Electronic Services Librarian, Jerome Hall Law Library.