Presidential Libraries revised - 9. The John F. Kennedy...

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Presidential Libraries 1. The Presidential Library system is composed of thirteen Presidential Libraries. 2. Each library also contains a museum.   3. The exhibits include historic documents and possessions of each president. 4. The presidential libraries are located across the United States.  5. President Franklin Roosevelt established the first library in Hyde Park, New York,  in 1939. 6. Gerald Ford is the only president with two libraries. 7. One is on the University of Michigan campus at Ann Arbor. 8. The other is in his hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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Unformatted text preview: 9. The John F. Kennedy Library overlooks the Boston Harbor. 10. It draws the biggest crowds of all the libraries. 11. The Herbert Hoover Library, in West Branch, Iowa, is the least visited of all the libraries. 12. The Hoover Library is in a remote area away from major population areas. 13. The William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum is in Little Rock, Arkansas. 14. It is possible to take a virtual tour of the Clinton library. 15. There is an exact replica of the Oval Office in the Clinton Library....
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