Benjamin Hufbauer

University of Louisville


Professor of Art History at the University of Louisville and author of Presidential Temples: How Memorials and Libraries Shape Public Memory

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America's 43rd President now has the country's 13th presidential library. The  George W.

Another President, Another Presidential Library

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