A Photo Scrapbook
As First Lady, I have had the privilege of traveling to many different places both within the United States and around the world. Everywhere I have visited, I have attempted to draw attention to programs that are working, programs that are giving people the tools of opportunity that they need in order to thrive in today's complex world.

I hope that the pictures we have placed on this page will give you a flavor of the many and diverse places I have had the opportunity to visit. Please come back frequently, as we hope to add more pictures often.

The First Lady's Trip to the Southwest

On May 19, 1999 the First Lady embarked on a Southwest tour as part of an ongoing effort to "Honor the Past and Imagine the Future," by bringing attention to our national treasures and ensuring their survival into the third millennium. Mrs. Clinton kicked off the tour at the White House by announcing new federal grants to the "Save America's Treasures" program. Save America's Treasures is a public-private partnership between the White House Millennium Council and the National Trust for Historic Preservation dedicated to the celebration and preservation of our nation's historic and cultural legacies. During each stop on the tour, Mrs. Clinton highlighted treasures-- including artifacts, buildings, monuments, parks and trails-- that reflect our nation's heritage, and are in need of preservation and restoration.

The First Lady's Trips to Macedonia/Kosovo Refugee Camp

In both May and June of 1999, Mrs. Clinton traveled to Macedonia to meet with Kosovar refugees, local and international non-governmental organizations and international and local officials, to express appreciation for their strong support of NATO's goals in Kosovo. The First Lady also conveyed America's strong commitment to help provide humanitarian aid for the Kosovar refugees.


A Photo Scrapbook

The First Lady's Trip to the Southwest

The First Lady's Trip to Macedonia/Kosovo Refugee Camp

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