About the FDR Presidential Library
The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum is America's first presidential library -- and the only one used by a sitting president. It was conceived and built under President Roosevelt's direction and opened to the public in 1941.
The Library's mission is to foster research and education on the life and times of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, and their continuing impact on contemporary life. Our work is carried out by four major areas: Archives, Museum, Education and Public Programs.
History of the FDR Library
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What is a Presidential Library?
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"100 Days" Countdown to the Public Opening of our new Permanent Museum Exhibits.
Henry A. Wallace Center
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