External Web Sites
President: An Online Reference Resource
The Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University
of Virginia presents essays about Gerald Ford and his life
before, during, and after his presidential terms. It additionally
provides biographical information about the cabinet officials
who served in his administration, as well as information
on Ford's private
and public papers.
Presidents: Life Portraits
This site on American presidents is designed to complement
C-SPAN's twentieth-anniversary television series. The page on Gerald Ford contains facts about his personal life and public service, and links to documents, online videos,
and a selected bibliography.
Directory of the United States Congress: Gerald Ford
This publication contains a short biography of every member
of Congress from 1774 to the present, including Gerald Ford who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1949 to 1973. It also provides
a selected bibliography and
a list of research
collections related to Ford.
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation fosters increased awareness of the life, career, values and legacy of America's 38th President, Gerald Ford. This site contains biographical information on Ford and a media gallery that includes audio, video, and photographs.
Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. This site presents biographical information on Ford and a digital library that includes documents, photographs, audio, video, and online exhibits. It also contains an education page for teachers.
POTUS: Gerald Ford
The Internet Public Library's POTUS (Presidents of the
United States) Web site provides background information,
election results, a list of cabinet members, and notable
events on each of the presidents. Links to biographies,
historical documents, and other presidential sites also
United States Senate: Gerald R. Ford, 40th Vice President
The Senate Historical Office presents a biographical article on Gerald Ford that examines his political career.