An early April morning at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum. The buildings are beautifully situated in 35 acres of woods between downtown Atlanta and downtown Decatur.
The Carter, one of 11 presidential library-museums administered by the National Archives and Records Administration, contains more than 27 million pages; one million feet of film; 600,000 photographs; 2,500 hours of audiotape; and 1,200 hours of videotape.
Taking advantage of this outstanding resource on a recent research trip were Hauenstein Center director Gleaves Whitney and leadership fellows Brian Flanagan and Eian Gilbert.
Photos and text © Gleaves Whitney 2005