The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum is responsible for preserving President Bush's official records, personal papers, and museum artifacts for posterity, research, and exhibition.
The library and museum is involved in educational outreach and participates in innovative programs utilizing the resources of the Internet and Texas A&M University, as well as the talent and energy of the citizens of the Brazos Valley.
The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum tells the story of the life and times of its namesake. On a larger scale, this facility focused on recent American history with an emphasis on the post World War II era and the presidency.
It takes many people to accomplish this mission. The professional staff, along with the dedicated team of volunteers, represents the library and museum and work behind the scenes in its operation and programs. The library and museum is committed to creating an environment in which the staff and volunteers may reach their full potential. Through this effort, visitors receive an educational and engaging insight into the president and the presidency.