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Senator Bob Dole’s leadership shaped Congress, our nation, and the world.
To commemorate his 100th birthday, the Dole Archives presents never-displayed materials highlighting his landmark career.
What is a Congressional Archive?
A congressional archive houses political papers and records from a congressional member's time in office. The Robert and Elizabeth Dole Archives & Special Collections is one of the largest congressional archives outside of the presidential library system. We also house career papers, photographs and materials from other points in Senators Bob and Elizabeth Dole's lives in addition to their time in Congress.
Dole Archives Education Program
Lessons, workshops, and instructional materials created for the Dole Archives Education Program, which use sources from the Research Topic guidesExplore Educational Resources
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