Called to Serve: The Bush School of Government and Public Service

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Chapter 1

1. See Robert L. Walker, “Michel T. Halbouty,” in Footprints in Aggieland: Memoirs of a Veteran Fundraiser (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2015), 33–35.

2. Michel T. Halbouty, memorandum to Mary Stewart, Presidential Library at Texas A&M University, December 8, 1988, Bush Presidential Library Correspondence.

3. Ibid.

4. George H. W. Bush to Michel T. Halbouty, December 14, 1988, Bush Presidential Library Correspondence.

5. Daniel Fallon, interview with Charles Hermann, May 22, 2015.

6. George Edwards, memorandum to Bryan Jones, head, Political Science Department, Texas A&M University, January 18, 1989; and Bryan Jones to Daniel Fallon, January 19, 1989.

7. Interview with Shirley Joiner, June 14, 2015; and undated “Chronology” of the activities leading to securing the Bush President Library, Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, Texas A&M University.

8. “A Preliminary Proposal for George Bush Presidential Library & Museum, Texas A&M University,” undated, presented to President Bush May 12, 1989, 11.

9. George Bush and Brent Scowcroft, A World Transformed (New York: Knopf, 1998), 53.

10. Interview with Bookman Peters, December 4, 2015.

11. James W. Cicconi, “Vision & Leadership of George Bush in Creation of the Bush Presidential Library Center,” John Miles Rowlett Lecture Series, Bush Presidential Conference Center, February 10, 1998.

12. Kenneth Lay, letter to President George H. W. Bush, October 5, 1989, 1–2, Bush Presidential Library.

13. George H. W. Bush, note to James Cicconi, October 12, 1989, Bush Presidential Library Correspondence.

14. James Cicconi, memorandum to President Bush, October 13, 1989, Bush Presidential Library Correspondence.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - The President Needs a Library 1
  • 2 - A New School on the Horizon 17
  • 3 - Trial and Error 32
  • 4 - Begin Again 52
  • 5 - A Change of Command 63
  • 6 - Gaining Momentum and Recognition 75
  • 7 - A Robust School in a New Decade 90
  • 8 - Continuing Education 115
  • 9 - What Are the Graduates Doing? 124
  • Postscript 171
  • Notes 179
  • Index 187
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