Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics

At the Dole Institute, we strive to further the archive’s educational mission in a way that is accessible to children, students and adults. Permanent exhibits at the Dole Institute tell the inspiring story of Senator Dole’s life, from his earliest days as a child growing up in Russell, Kansas, through his remarkable military and political career to the present day.

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Exhibits at the Dole Archive
Object Collection
Tours

 


Legacies of '76: Online Exhibit and Resources
1976 Web Exhibit

Online resources and interactive features with historical material documenting Dole's 1976 Vice Presidential campaign.

History Day Research Topics

Find materials for History Day here!

Explore Digital Collections

Come and browse the Dole Archives' Digital Collections!

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Top 50 nationwide for size of library collection.
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