Eisenhower Collection


About the Collection
At the end of his presidency, Dwight David Eisenhower retired with Mamie to their farm near Gettysburg.
From 1961-1967, Eisenhower had an office on the Gettysburg College campus at 300 Carlisle Street.
He continued to engage in world affairs from that office.

In 2008, the Dwight D. Eisenhower Society awarded Special Collections a grant to identify materials
that document Dwight D. Eisenhower's relationship with Gettysburg College. The grant also made it possible
to create a guide to Eisenhower related materials that are present throughout Special Collections.
These materials include correspondence with Gettysburg College Presidents.

Guide to Dwight David Eisenhower Material in Special Collections/Musselman Library Gettysburg College

This guide identifies materials that are available for researchers to use in our Special Collections Reading Room.
This digital collection, the Eisenhower Collection at Gettysburg College, provides a sampling of photos, artifacts and correspondence of both Ike and Mamie that have been collected by Special Collections.

Additional Eisenhower Links
Papers of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Society
Special Collections Eisenhower Subject Guide
Eisenhower Institute, Gettysburg College
Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum
Eisenhower National Historic Site
Eisenhower Campaign Spots, 1952 (video)

We All Liked Ike




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