The Clinton House Museum collections allow us to tell the story of President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton through memorabilia, artifacts, and reproductions.
Highlights from our collections include:
- A reproduction of Hillary’s wedding dress created for the Museum by Connie Fails, a Little Rock, Arkansas fashion designer, who also designed Hillary Clinton’s gowns as First Lady of Arkansas.
- Campaign ads and memorabilia from Bill Clinton’s early Arkansas political career in the 1970s and 1980s.
- Campaign materials from Clinton’s 1992 and 1996 presidential campaigns.
- Images of the Clintons’ early life together in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Our ever-growing archives include:
- Magazines and newspapers chronicling the Clintons’ political journeys.
- Campaign memorabilia and memorabilia from past Democratic National Conventions.
- Campaign buttons.
- Yard signs for state and presidential Clinton Campaigns.
Have Something to Donate?
The museum always welcomes:
- Political memorabilia from Bill Clinton’s 1974 congressional and 1976 attorney general’s campaigns.
- Political memorabilia from Hillary Clinton’s senate and presidential campaigns.
- Artifacts, articles, photographs, or other items from the Clintons’ time teaching at the University of Arkansas.
- Any items related to Clintons’ time living in Fayetteville at 930 W. Clinton Drive (then known as California Boulevard).
- Items owned or used by the Clintons during their time in Arkansas.
- Memorabilia, artifacts, or items from individuals who served in the Clinton Administration or Cabinet, or who campaigned for Bill Clinton in 1992 and/or 1996 or Hillary Clinton in 2008 and 2016.
We have an expansive newspaper collection and accept newspapers on a case-by-case basis. If you want to donate or loan items to the museum, please contact the museum staff.