The LBJ Presidential Library is one of 14 presidential libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. Today, the library houses more than 45 million pages; an extensive audiovisual collection, including more than 650,000 photos and 5,000 hours of recordings; and, approximately 2,000 oral history interviews. The papers of Lyndon B. Johnson, which form the core of the library's holdings, include the White House files of his presidency (1963-1969), and papers from his service as a U.S. Congressman (1937-1949), U.S. Senator (1949-1961), and Vice President (1961-1963). A portion of those collections have been digitized (see Online Collections). For material related to the Civil Rights Movement, search the relevant subject guides under "Domestic" affairs located here.