The Other Leaders in the White House
A video of the 2014 Hayes Lecture on the Presidency presented by historian/author Allida Black on Feburary 16, 2014.
Did Rutherford Hayes End Reconstruction?
Text of the 2013 Hayes Lecture on the Presidency given by Director Emeritus Thomas J. Culbertson on Feb. 17, 2013.
Lincoln's Evolving Racial Attitudes
The 2010 Hayes Lecture on the Presidency welcomed Dr. Edna Medford of Howard University. Medford is a noted expert in African-American History.
A Good Man is Hard to Take: Grover Cleveland - Man of Destiny
The 2008 Hayes Lecture on the Presidency presented by Mark W. Summers, Ph.D.
Another Look at the Presidential Election of 1876
2006 Hayes Lecture on the Presidency featuring Michael F. Holt
The Good Colonel: Rutherford B. Hayes Remembers the Civil War
2003 Hayes Lecture on the Presidency featuring historian Brooks Simpson
Inaugurating a 'Most Successful Administration'
2002 Hayes Lecture on the Presidency featuring Ari Hoogenboom speaking about the presidency of Rutherford B. Hayes (1877-1881).
The View from the Front Porch: William McKinley and the Campaign of 1896
2001 Hayes Lecture on the Presidency featuring guest speaker H. Wayne Morgan.
George Crook and Rutherford B. Hayes: A Friendship Forged in War
2000 Hayes Lecture on the Presidency featuring author Peter Cozzens.
Who Is James K. Polk?
1999 Hayes Lecture on the Presidency featuring Robert W. Johannsen
Curse of Good Times
A Feb. 10, 1997, Time Magazine article by Hugh E. Sidey compares Presidents Clinton and Hayes.
Rutherford B. Hayes and African-Americans
From a lecture delivered at Spiegel Grove on October 21st, 1996. Dr. Hoogenboom is Professor of History at Brooklyn College, whose biography of Hayes, Rutherford B. Hayes: Warrior and President, was published in 1995.
The Betrayal of the Freedmen? Rutherford B. Hayes and the End of Reconstruction?
The former Director of the Hayes Presidential Center discusses Reconstruction and Hayes in this 1996 article.
Hayes and the Southern Question: An Interpretation
An article written by the Hayes Presidential Center staff in 1995.