George H.W. Bush's library was dedicated in 1997 and is located on the campus of Texas A&M where he holds an honorary degree. The library houses over 40 million pages of personal and professional documents, coming from all aspects of Bush's varied political career. There are documents from his time as a Congressman, Ambassador to the UN, Chief of the US Liaison Office in China, Chairman of the RNC, and Director of the CIA. The collection includes memoranda, speeches, reports, photographs, videos, and both permanent and temporary exhibits. Bush's library also contains a classroom, a unique element among presidential libraries, as part of his professed mission to educate children about US history and the office of the presidency.