U.S. Senator Chuck Hagel Archives
Press, Media, and Speeches
Press, Media, and Speeches include all of the press and media material produced by Hagel's U.S. Senate office, along with his speech texts and related material.
Over 250 documents from this series are available in an online exhibit: In the News: Press, Media, and Speeches in the Hagel Archives.
Videos consist of Hagel's video record in digital form. 462 videos chronicle his years in the U.S. Senate, on the campaign trail, at speaking engagements, on news programs, and with family.
161 of these videos are available in an online exhibit: Under the Bright Lights: Videos in the U.S. Senator Chuck Hagel Archives
Schedules bring us into Hagel's everyday, busy life on and off Capitol Hill for his twelve years in the U.S. Senate. Schedules include entries on the meetings he took, events he attended, his trips to every corner of Nebraska and outside the United States, and his personal life.
Over 60 schedules plus related photographs are available in an online exhibit: Life of a Senator: Schedules in a Senate Office.
Photographs span Hagel's life from his childhood to his last days as Secretary of Defense. The images offer a compelling visual take on the private and public lives of Hagel as he served the people of Nebraska and the United States.
Over 100 of these photographs are available in online exhibits:
Grant Files show the ways in which Hagel's office assisted constituents and organizations in Nebraska with locating, obtaining, and celebrating grant work.
The Artifacts series contains a wide range of items collected by Hagel as U.S. Senator and U.S. Secretary of Defense. Among the hundreds of artifacts are awards, commemorative items received at speeches and events, photographs and cartoons, and gifts from colleagues, foreign officials, and Nebraskans.
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