Who may use the Library's collections?
How do I prepare for a research visit to the Library?
When is the Library open for research?
Finding aids to the Library's manuscript collections
Subject guides to the Library's holdings
Possible research topics
What are the research room procedures?
Electronic and recording devices
How are records opened for research?
What kind of information is restricted?
How does the copyright law affect research?
Are travel grants available?
The Eisenhower Foundation's Host Committee
Information on local lodging and dining options
How do I cite material from the Library?
Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series
Classified Materials and Mandatory Review Requests
• Who may use the Library's collections?
The Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library is open to everyone. Research requests can be made by mail, e-mail, or telephone. Research also may be conducted on-site in the Library research room. On-site researchers under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult researcher.
• How do I prepare for a research visit to the Library?
Researchers planning a visit should notify the Library of their research topic and travel plans as far in advance as possible. Prospective researchers are strongly encouraged to contact the Library for information about materials available on their topic. Upon arrival at the Library, each researcher will be assigned an archivist who will assist in obtaining relevant holdings. Researchers will also be briefed on research room procedures. It is preferable to