Hein Online (Princeton faculty, students and staff only)
The Presidential Library collection includes titles such as Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Public Papers of the
Presidents, CFR Title 3 (Presidents), Weekly Compilation of the Presidential Documents, and other documents relating to the U. S. President.
The American Presidency Project has indexed Presidential Bill Signing Directives since 1929.
These are signed and authorized by the President and issued by the National Security Council. Most are not published. For further information, consult the Library of Congress's Presidential Directives and Where to Find Them.
Disposition tables available from the National Archives from Franklin D. Roosevelt to the current President.
State of the Union and Inaugural speeches are available from the American Presidency Project from 1789-present
The Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents was published every Monday and was the official publication of presidential statements, messages, remarks, and other materials released by the White House Press Secretary. It began in 1965 and has been digitized and archived on FDsys since 1993 and by The American Presidency Project since 1977.
The Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents has replaced the Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents as of January 29, 2009.
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Aug. 2, 1965)-v. 44, no. 52 (Jan. 5, 2009) of the Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents is available in paper and shelved at J80 .W445 in Firestone stacks
Current issues are available in the Stokes Library
The Public Papers of the Presidents is published by the Office of the Federal Register (OFR) and is the official publication of United States Presidents' public writings, addresses, and remarks.
The White House website includes information about the current administration, the history of the White House, and facts about the three branches of government. It also includes the current President's speeches, remarks, and statements on issues.
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