National Archives (NARA): Framework Governing Use of Presidential Library Facilities and Staff

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DIANE Publishing, May 1, 2011 - 21 pages
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NARA operates presidential libraries for all of the former U.S. presidents since Herbert Hoover. These libraries received over 2.4 million visits in 2009, including researchers, public program attendees, and museum visitors. Each library is associated with a private foundation, which raised the funds to build the library and then turned the library facility over to the federal government. These foundations typically have ongoing relationships with the libraries they built, and some of these libraryfoundation relationships involve sharing of staff and facilities. This report describes the principal laws, regulations, and NARA policies that govern libraryfoundation relationships and the appropriate use of library facilities and staff. Illus. This is a print on demand report.

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