FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (FOIA) REQUESTS
All unprocessed Reagan Presidential records administered under the Presidential Records
Act (PRA) may be requested by submitting a FOIA request. For further information you may
want to look at these laws and regulations:
How to File a FOIA Request
FOIA requests must be submitted in writing. The Reagan Library will accept requests through
regular mail, FAX, or e-mail. Include the following information in your request:
1. Your permanent address and phone number (as well as a fax number and email address, if available).
2. Write “FOIA Request” on both your letter and envelope (or in the subject line of your email).
3. You may also download our FOIA Request Form and complete the required information.
You may attach the form to an email request or include it in a letter request.
4. Describe the records you want to access in as much detail as possible. Information that
might provide such detail includes:
Names of specific White House offices or staff members
Specific events, speeches, issues, or folder titles
Specific or approximate dates of events, speeches, or records
Public Papers of the President finding aids found on this website.)
Previous Reagan Library FOIA requests are described by topics in the FOIA topic finding aid.
If you have any questions regarding filing a FOIA request please contact a Reagan Library
Archivist at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Your request can be mailed to:
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
Attn: FOIA Coordinator
40 Presidential Dr.
Your request can be FAXed to:
Reagan Library FOIA Coordinator
Your request can be e-mailed to (please include “FOIA Request” in the subject line):