Last night’s State of the Union address is available from the White House press office. But what about prior addresses?
For one-stop shopping, check out The American Presidency Project, an online searchable archive maintained by UC Santa Barbara. It includes executive orders, proclamations, signing statements, veto messages - and every State of the Union delivered to Congress since 1790. A few fun (and possibly useful) lists such as length in words and length in minutes are included.
For more on Presidential Documents, see our research guide.