- Welcome to the Dole Archives
The Dole Archives has one of the nation’s largest collections of papers and artifacts for a nonpresidential politician, containing the complete records of Bob Dole’s political and post-political career. These records include a wide variety of topics in government, politics, and domestic and international affairs of the latter half of the 20th century. The Archives also includes photo collections consisting of over 25,000 images, audiovisual materials, and an extensive collection of oral histories, as well as art, artifacts and textiles.
Use the search and browse tools above to explore our collections, or see a list of all finding aids available for research.
If you haven't already, visit the Dole Archives website to learn more about us and to see other digital materials, and always feel free to contact us with any questions you might have.
- Searching tips:
- The search engine looks for all records matching your keywords.
- Use double quotes around your search query to search for an exact phrase. (Example: "Americans with Disabilities")
- Use a minus sign before a term you want to omit from your results. For example, a search for 'food -stamps' will find 'food for peace' but not 'food stamps'.
Page Generated in: 0.764 seconds (using 76 queries).
Using 8.69MB of memory. (Peak of 8.77MB.)
Powered by Archon
Version 3.21 rev-1
Copyright ©2012 [url=http://www.uiuc.edu/]The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign[/url]