The Grace Tully Collection 

Grace Tully

The Strange Case of the Tully Archive. Article by Bob Clark, Prologue Vol. 43, No. 1Article by Bob Clark, Supervisory Archivist. Prologue, Spring 2011 (Vol. 43, No. 1)

FDR Library Gains and Digitizes New Collection of Roosevelt Era Papers

The Tully Collection is a significant archive of FDR-related papers and memorabilia that had been in the possession of the President's last personal secretary, Grace Tully. These historical materials were opened for research in November of 2010 and then posted online in the Spring of 2011. The entire collection, consisting of approximately 8,000 pages, is now fully available for searchable online viewing.

Access the Collection: 

Browse: The Tully finding aid (collection guide) includes a complete box and folder list.

Search: Locate documents by searching for keywords within folder titles.

Read More : Learn about the Tully Collection and how it literally took an Act of Congress to arrive at the Roosevelt Library.

 July 28th press conference in Washington, D.C.Unveiling key documents from the Tully Collection at a press conference in Washington, DC., July 28, 2010.