The physical exhibition was on view at the Library of Congress from January 8, 2005-April 8, 2005. In this special presentation are more than forty items including photographs, manuscripts, campaign posters, letters, broadsides, and inaugural speeches. Eighteen presidents are featured in the display, from George Washington to John F. Kennedy.
The American Presidency Project compiles presidential documents and papers from 1789 to the present into a single searchable database, including the full-text of every presidential inaugural address from George Washington to the present.
The Senate's collection of inaugural ephemera and historic objects, while not comprehensive, includes a wide range of invitations, tickets, programs, seating charts, police badges, ribbons, credentials, historic engravings, and other memorabilia related to the varied proceedings and traditions of the Presidential Inaugurations and luncheons held at the U.S. Capitol.
The Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies is responsible for the planning and execution of the swearing-in ceremonies and the luncheon for the Inauguration of the President of the United States at the U.S. Capitol. The site contains facts, firsts, and precedents for past inaugurations, as well as transcripts of each inaugural address.
This page provides direct links to each of the presidential libraries that are administered by NARA. It also presents a compilation of websites and guides that can be used to research presidential materials, including inaugurations.
The Miller Center is a nonpartisan affiliate of the University of Virginia that specializes in presidential scholarship, public policy, and political history. "Each president's page includes carefully crafted essays by experts, quick facts, presidential speeches, interviews with scholars, relevant publications, and more."