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The Library of Congress, the world’s premier archival institution, is providing a permanent home for some four hundred boxes of correspondence, speeches, notes, journal entries, articles, photographs and manuscripts that make up the written record of Kemp’s work and ideas from 1970 to 2009. Scholars, researchers, students, and other interested members of the public are welcome to use the Collection, which is housed in the Manuscript Division at the Library’s Madison Building.

The finding aid can be found here: Jack Kemp Papers

Over half of the Jack F. Kemp Collection  has been digitized for on-line access and can be viewed here in desktop view: 

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