Conversation with Former White House Curator William Allman
Monday, November 12, 2018 | 6 p.m.
Clinton Presidential Center | Little Rock, Arkansas
William Allman served in the Office of the Curator of the White House for 41 years, was Assistant Curator during the Clinton Administration, and was the White House Curator for the last 15 of those years until his retirement in June 2017.
The White House, while serving as a home and office, also operates as an ever-evolving historic site with an important museum collection of the fine and decorative arts. The Curator’s Office is responsible for the acquisition, preservation, and interpretation of that collection, as well as assembling photographs and historical information about the house and its occupants.
This program is FREE and open to the public, but reservations are required. Make your reservation here.