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In addition to executive leadership, all presidents have in common the place associated with their legacies: the White House. From George Washington's role in selecting the site of the President's House and its architect to the modern day, the symbolic force of the White House resonates through time. All chief executives are shaped by their experiences at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. In 2018, the White House Historical Association will convene the Presidential Sites and Libraries to reconnect with the domain that defined those presidencies — the White House.

This gathering will bring together participants from around the country to discuss key issues and consider the latest trends in topics ranging from operations to outreach and interpretation. Under the leadership of the White House Historical Association, this conference will feature preeminent keynote speakers, sessions, exciting tours, and events and serve as a national platform for an ongoing presidential sites and libraries community.

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