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Submit the form below to contact the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum. To receive email announcements about upcoming events at the Carter Library, sign up for our newsletter here.

Attention Researchers Wishing to Visit In-Person: Please visit our Research page for information prior to planning your visit and prior to requesting a consultation. To request a consultation, select “Ask An Archivist” and for Subject, enter: “Consultation Request - Last Name.” In the message, include a brief description of your topic, records you are seeking, and your contact information & availability. Again: please visit our Research page for information prior to planning your visit and prior to requesting a consultation. For additional reference inquiries, select “Ask an Archivist” when sending in your questions. Please allow up to 10 days for a response; you may also email us at

Appraisal & Authentication Requests: We do not appraise or authenticate historical materials, artwork, or political memorabilia. Instead, it is recommended you visit the following: American Society of Appraisers, the Appraisers Association of America, and the International Society of Appraisers.

To contact Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter or Carter Center staff, visit the Carter Center.

Ask an Archivist
The archival staff can provide information about Library holdings, copies of specific documents, and answers to questions. Staff members cannot conduct in-depth research, select specific items for duplication (i.e. make value judgments about what to copy or not copy,) or review manuscripts.

Please contact the archival staff if you need assistance with research or for any other questions or if you would like to provide any feedback about your experience.

Ask a Museum Curator
The museum curator can answer questions about the museum collection and exhibition of the Jimmy Carter Library. The curator cannot conduct in-depth research or make valuation or appraisal recommendations about Carter-related materials.

Ask an Education Specialist
Most answers to questions about school tours and programs, curriculum materials, and teacher resources can be found under Education. If you have questions for a school report, there are many resources, including biographies of President and Mrs. Carter on our website.