On Presidents’ Day and every day, it’s easy to find information about those holding the highest government office in the United States by visiting the University of Iowa LibGuide for Presidential Resources.
University Libraries is also designated as a Federal Depository Library, so we can help you find public U.S. government information for class assignments or just to satisfy your curiosity. Please visit https://guides.lib.uiowa.edu/us/, or contact John Elson, federal and state information librarian, via email@example.com for assistance.
The federal Presidents’ Day holiday was originally established to commemorate the birthday of the country’s first president, George Washington, on February 22. It’s since expanded to celebrate the lives of all U.S. presidents and fall on the third Monday in February.
By John Elson, federal and state engagement librarian