Is there a library for every former U.S. President? How many presidential libraries exist and where are they? Can anyone visit a presidential library? To answer these and many other questions, the Congressional Research Service has published a new report on the establishment of the presidential libraries. For those interested in the creation and management of the libraries, the United States National Archives maintains a resource page with background on the history of the libraries, information on the original Presidential Libraries Act of 1955 and other laws, and links to the web sites of the thirteen existing presidential libraries.