The Collections

The Story

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.

Newspaper Collection

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.