Jimmy Carter Presidential Library


The Carter Presidential Library and Museum serves as an educational resource for the public, as well as a Center for scholars and leaders.

The Museum is a dynamic learning center that presents the history of the United States from the perspective of the nation’s 39th President of the United States.

The Library houses over 27 million documents and records, including the Camp David Accords, SALT II Treaty, Panama Canal Treaty, the Iranian Crisis, the evolution of a national energy policy, and developments in nuclear control and human rights.