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The Clinton Museum Tour—Third floor


The Work Continues

The "Work Continues" exhibit cases
{Clinton Library photo, 2010}
This section of the museum tells about President Clinton’s work after the presidency.  It features the work of the William J. Clinton Foundation.
 
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Oval Office


 View of the Oval Office replica at the Clinton Library
{Clinton Library photo, 2005}
This full-sized replica of the Oval Office is decorated as it looked during the Clinton Administration.  The pieces that belong to White House, such as paintings and furniture, are replicas.
 
view of the oval office couches and desk
{Clinton Library photo, 2005}
This is another view of the Oval Office, showing some of President Clinton’s books and the replica of the “Resolute” desk.
 
Oval Office view from behind the desk
{Clinton Library photo, 2005}
The view from behind the desk.  Most of the items on the desk and other tables are original pieces that occupy the same places they did in the White House.
 
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People’s Gifts

View of bicycle, eagle, rug and other gifts given to President Clinton
{Clinton Library photo, 2010}
This area of the museum shows gifts that were given to President Clinton by ordinary citizens from the U.S. and around the world.
 
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Celebrations in the White House

Items on exhibit relating to Celebrations in the White House
{Clinton Library photo, 2005}
This photo shows artifacts and photos relating to holiday celebrations in the White House.  The crystal bowls at the right were filled with green shamrocks and given to President Clinton by the prime minister of the Republic of Ireland.

The Millennium Tree by Dale Chihuly
{Clinton Library photo, 2007}
“The Millennium Tree” by glass artist Dale Chihuly, was made for use in the White House for the holiday season of 1999.  See Detail Photo.
 
Decorated eggs in the "Celebrations in the White House"
{Clinton Library photo, 2005}
Also in the “Holidays in the White House” exhibit, the presidential eggs on the left are painted with the faces of the first ladies on the opposite side.  The eggs on the right are from a gift of 50 eggs representing the 50 states.

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Life in the White House

artifacts and gifts relating to Life in the White House
{Clinton Library photo, 2010}
The “Life in the White House” section of the museum showcases events and gifts that were given to the Clintons
during the presidency.
 
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State Dinners

Replica of WH dining table and Clinton clothing
{Clinton Library photo, 2010}
This exhibit shows a replica of a table from the White House’s 200th Anniversary gala.  The area also shows one of Mrs. Clintons dresses, which is regularly changed, and one of President Clinton’s tuxedos.
 
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Head of State Gifts

 Many of the Head of State on display in the museum
{Clinton Library photo, 2005}
This is the “Protecting the Earth” alcove. 
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One of the biographical cases on the museum's third floor
{Clinton Library photo, 2010}
This is one of the exhibit cases telling the story of the lives of the Clinton family.
 
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 Downstairs Stairwell on the North End of the Building

View looking north from the third floor of the museum
{Clinton Library photo, 2005}
This is the view from the 3rd floor of the museum, looking north over the Arkansas River.

 
 
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