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The Presidential Historical materials of Kenneth Cole, Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs, are in the custody of the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of Title I of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-526, 88 Stat. 1695) and implementing regulations. In accordance with the Act and agency regulations, archivists reviewed the file group to identify personal and private materials and non-historical items. These items have been returned.

Materials covered by the Act have been archivally processed and are described in this register. Items that are security classified or otherwise restricted under the Act and regulations have been removed and placed in a closed file. A Document Withdrawal Record (GSA Form 7279) with a description of each restricted document has been inserted at the beginning of each folder from which materials have been removed. A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.

Employees of the National Archives will review periodically the unclassified portions of closed materials for the purpose of opening those which no longer require restriction. Certain classified documents may be declassified under authority of Executive Order 13526 in response to a Mandatory Review Request (NA Form 14020) submitted by the researcher.

  • Number of boxes:  59
  • Approximate number of pages:  60,000

Biographical Note

Kenneth Reese Cole, Jr., was born in New York City on January 27, 1938. Mr. Cole was raised in Scarsdale, New York, and later in Westfield, New Jersey. A graduate of Bucknell University, Ken Cole served in the United States Navy from 1961 to 1965 as a lieutenant. After his military service, Mr. Cole worked at the advertising agency of J. Walter Thompson under future Nixon White House Chief of Staff H.R. Haldeman. In 1968, Mr. Cole left the Thompson Agency with Mr. Haldeman, as well as several other future Nixon White House staff members, to work on Richard Nixon’s presidential campaign. Mr. Cole served as the Director of Scheduling during the 1968 campaign. After the 1968 election, Mr. Cole joined the White House staff of President Richard Nixon and remained a White House staff member for the entire Nixon presidency (1969-1974). Ken Cole served under Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs John Ehrlichman as his deputy as well as serving as the Executive Director of the Domestic Council. In January 1974, after Mr. Ehrlichman’s resignation, Mr. Cole became President Nixon’s head domestic adviser and was appointed Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs. Mr. Cole remained in this position after President Nixon’s resignation in August 1974, and served President Gerald Ford until 1975. After leaving government service, Mr. Cole worked for the Union Camp Corporation in Wayne, New Jersey, as Senior President. Kenneth Cole died on August 16, 2001, at his home in Willsboro, New York.

Scope and Content Note

The materials of Kenneth R. Cole cover the years from 1969 to 1974, encompassing the entire Nixon Presidency. During his time in the White House, Mr. Cole served as Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs under John Ehrlichman, Executive Director of the Domestic Council and Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs. In his position as Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs, Mr. Cole was President Nixon’s chief domestic advisor. As part of the Domestic Council, Mr. Cole assessed national needs and coordinated the establishment of national priorities on outstanding domestic problems, recommending to the President integrated sets of policy choices and policy advice on pressing domestic issues. The materials have been arranged into five series reflecting Mr. Cole’s functions at the White House.

The five series are:

  1. Briefing Papers
  2. Chron File
  3. Notes
  4. Speech File
  5. Subject File – Additional Materials added on November 10, 2011

The Briefing Papers series includes the research materials used by Ken Cole and other White House staff members including James Cavanaugh, Edwin Harper and Thomas Korologos to prepare speeches, position papers and reports to the president. Including letters and memorandum, this series also contains a number of articles, government reports and statistical information. Subjects in this series include energy, intergovernmental relations and the Kaiser Foundation. This series is arranged chronologically. Within this series also includes a sub-series A Fugitive File which contains materials added to the series after the original materials had been boxed. The materials in this sub-series deal primarily with speeches Mr. Cole gave on visits to Chicago, Houston, and Arizona.

The Chronological or “Chron File” series includes all of Ken Cole’s letters and memorandum during his entire tenure at the White House. This series includes numerous memoranda between Mr. Cole and Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs John Ehrlichman. These memos discuss domestic policy issues such as health care, the environment, and taxes. Also included in this series are materials discussing tactics for passing certain legislation through Congress and legislation the President should review for a possible presidential veto. There are also extensive materials from various state governors asking for federal assistance after a natural disaster. In these memos Mr. Cole offers his opinion to either Mr. Ehrlichman or the President as to whether federal assistance should be given or not. The series is arranged chronologically, but in January 1974 when Ken Cole became Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs, the chron file is divided between staff memos and memos to the President. The memos to the President contain mostly action items for the President to respond to immediately. Each section is arranged chronologically. This series also includes two sub-series. Sub-Series A includes memorandum from the transition period (November 1968-January 1969) following the 1968 presidential election. Sub-Series B includes materials from the Domestic Council, which Mr. Cole served as the Executive Director.

The Notes series include Ken Cole’s handwritten yellow pad notes. These notes were taken during meetings with Mr. Cole’s staff, Domestic Council meetings, Cabinet meetings, and meetings with President Nixon. While the majority of these notes are summaries of the meetings events, they also contain Mr. Cole’s personal thoughts as well as drafts of memos. The subjects of these notes cover a wide range of domestic issues including extensive notes on the American Indian Movement (AIM) uprising at Wounded Knee, but also include some foreign policy issues such as the 1973 Yom Kippur War. From 1969 to 1972, these notes are arranged in a strict chronological order with no distinct categories. However, from 1973 to 1974, the notes are arranged into three sub-categories which include general notes, staff meetings, and meetings with the President. Each sub-category is arranged chronologically.

The Speech File series contains numerous drafts as well as final copies of speeches given by Ken Cole and speeches given by President Nixon. The series includes drafts of President Nixon’s state of the union addresses for 1972 and 1973. The series also contains research materials used in preparing these speeches including government reports, newspaper and magazine articles. This series begins in July 1970 and is arranged chronologically.

The Subject File series is the largest series in this collection and contains materials on various domestic policy issues handled by Ken Cole and or the Domestic Council. Subjects in this series include the federal budget, campaign spending reform, school desegregation and women’s rights. In addition to domestic policy subjects, this series includes materials on individual political figures that Mr. Cole associated with. Such political figures include New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller, Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo and Georgia governor and future president Jimmy Carter. This series is arranged alphabetically.

Processing Note: Several of the folders throughout this collection are marked (Fugitive File #) or (CFOA #). “Fugitive File” refers to boxes of materials that were determined to be part of a particular White House staff member’s office, but were discovered after the original materials had already been packed. These materials were integrated into the collection’s series but in order to maintain provenance a note indicating the fugitive file box number was placed on the folder. Due to the volume of materials in Fugitive File Box #44 (which became part of the Briefing Materials series), a sub-series called Fugitive File was created. CFOA refers to materials marked as Confidential Oversized Attachments. These materials were reviewed under the guidelines of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 and materials determined not to be confidential were integrated into the collection’s series. Any materials withdrawn from the collection will have a withdrawal sheet indicating the appropriate restriction code. As with the fugitive file the original CFOA number was placed on the folders in order to maintain provenance.

Accretion – 11/10/2011: On November 10, 2011 newly processed materials from Kenneth Cole’s White House Central Files have been added to this collection. These additional materials continue in the Subject File series of the collection and cover a wide range of domestic policy issues. There are three subseries that have been added to the Subject File series which include Bicentennial, Craig Gosden’s Files and Health. Notable topics for these newly added materials include cancer and the administrations cancer cure program, aging and the elderly, welfare reform, civil rights, revenue sharing, the American bicentennial, and reorganization plans for the Executive Office of the President. All additional materials including the materials in the three sub-series are arranged alphabetically.

Series Description

Boxes:   1-4
Series:   Briefing Papers | Folder Title List
Spans:   1971 - April 1974
Description:   Newspaper clippings, magazine articles, statistical reports and other research materials used by Ken Cole and his staff in preparing speeches for Mr. Cole or President Nixon as well as position papers on domestic policy. The series is arranged chronologically. Series contains one sub-series (Sub-Series A: Fugitive File) which contains briefing materials on trips Ken Cole took to Chicago, Houston, and Arizona.

Sub-Series A: Fugitive File

Boxes:   5-11
Series:   Chron File | Folder Title List
Spans:   November 1968 - August 1974
Description:   Memorandum on domestic policy issues, White House and Domestic Council staffing, and legislation. Recipients include President Nixon, John Ehrlichman, James Cavanaugh, Edwin Harper, and Thomas Korologos. Series is arranged chronologically from 1969 to 1973. In 1974 the memos are categorized between staff memos and presidential memos. Each category is arranged chronologically. Series contains two sub-series. Sub-Series A contains memorandum from the transition period (November 1968 – January 1969) following the 1968 election. Sub-Series B contains materials from the Domestic Council. Each sub-series is arranged chronologically.

Sub-Series A: Transition Period
Sub-Series B: Domestic Council

Boxes:   12-14
Series:   Notes| Folder Title List
Spans:   May 1969 - July 1974
Description:   Handwritten yellow pad notes covering White House staff meetings, Cabinet meetings and meetings with President Nixon. This series also includes handwritten memoranda and letters with final typed versions. This series is arranged chronologically from 1969 to 1972. From 1973 to 1974 the materials are divided into three categories: General, Staff Meetings and RN Meetings. Each category is arranged chronologically.

Boxes:   15-16
Series:   Speech File | Folder Title List
Spans:   July 1970 - June 1974
Description:   Drafts and final versions of speeches given by Ken Cole and President Richard Nixon. Series also includes research materials used in speech preparation and memorandum between Ken Cole and President Nixon, John Ehrlichman and other White House staff members. This series is arranged chronologically.

Boxes:   17-24
Boxes:   25-59 added on 11/10/2011
Series:   Subject File | Folder Title List
Spans:   January 1969 - August 1974
Description:   Memorandum, letters, handwritten notes and reports on domestic policy issues and the administration’s position on these issues. The series also includes materials on leading political figures such as Governor Nelson Rockefeller and Governor Jimmy Carter. The series is arranged alphabetically.

Sub-Series A: Bicentennial added 11/10/2011
Sub-Series B: Craig Gosden's Files added 11/10/2011
Sub-Series C: Health added 11/10/2011

Folder Title List

BRIEFING PAPERS

Box 1

1971
1971 (Kaiser Foundation) (1 of 2)
1971 (Kaiser Foundation) (2 of 2)
October 1972 – November 1972 (1 of 2)
October 1972 – November 1972 (2 of 2)
02/03/1973, 10/03/1972 – 10/18/1972
November 1972 (Public Policy) (1 of 2)
November 1972 (Public Policy) (2 of 2)
11/06/1972 – 11/15/1972
11/16/1972 – 12/01/1972
12/04/1972 (Energy) (1 of 3)
12/04/1972 (Energy) (2 of 3)
12/04/1972 (Energy) (3 of 3)
12/05/1972 – 12/18/1972
12/21/1972 (Business in 1990)

Box 2

12/22/1972 – 01-12-1973
01/25/1973 (Governor Rockefeller)
03/07/1973 – 04/09/1973
04/20/1973 – 06/21/1973
07/25/1973 – 08/15/1973
08/16/1973 (Administration Strategy)
08/31/1973 – 09/19/1973
09/27/1973 – 10/05/1973
10/10/1973 – 10/21/1973 (Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations) (1 of 2)
10/10/1973 – 10/21/1973 (Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations) (2 of 2)
10/11/1973 – 11/01/1973
11/07/1973 – 11/09/1973
11/25/1973 – 02/20/1973
02/27/1973 – 03/27/1974

Box 3

04/04/1974 – 04/15/1974
04/15/1974 – 04/17/1974
04/18/1974 – 04/19/1974
04/19/1974 – 04/20/1974
N.D.
N.D.
N.D.

BRIEFING PAPERS: SUB-SERIES A: FUGITIVE FILE

Box 4

Fugitive File: 09/27/1973 (New Federalism)
Fugitive File: 10/23/1973 (Budget Outlook FY 1975) (1 of 2)
Fugitive File: 10/23/1973 (Budget Outlook FY 1975) (2 of 2)
Fugitive File: 01/02/1974 (Misc. Readings)
Fugitive File: 01/07/1974 – 01/31/1974 (Calendars)
Fugitive File: 01/21/1974 (Houston Regional Briefing)
Fugitive File: 01/21/1974 (Houston Q&A)
Fugitive File: 01/24/1974 (Chicago Regional Briefing
Fugitive File: 01/24/1974 (Chicago Q&A)
Fugitive File: 01/24/1974 (Chicago Originals) (1 of 2)
Fugitive File: 01/24/1974 (Chicago Originals) (2 of 2)
Fugitive File: 02/07/1974 (Calendar)
Fugitive File: 02/14/1974 (Indians)
Fugitive File: 02/21/0974 – 02/25/1974 (Arizona Regional Briefing)
Fugitive File: 02/21/0974 – 02/25/1974 (Arizona Q&A
Fugitive File: 02/27/1974 – 02/28/1974 (N. Y.Times Editorial Board) (1 of 2)
Fugitive File: 02/27/1974 – 02/28/1974 (N. Y.Times Editorial Board) (2 of 2)
Fugitive File: 07/26/1974 (Chicago Chamber of Commerce)
Fugitive File: 07/24/1974 – 08/10/1974 (Domestic Policy Initiatives)

CHRON FILE

Box 5

January 1969 (Pre-Inaugural) (CFOA 1034)
January 1969 I (CFOA 1034)
January 1969 II (CFOA 1034)
February 1969 (CFOA 1034)
March 1969 (CFOA 1034)
April 1969 (CFOA 1034)
May 1969 (CFOA 1034)
June1969 (CFOA 1034)
July 1969 (CFOA 1034)
August 1969 (CFOA 1034)
September 1969 (CFOA 1034)
June 1970 (CFOA 1034) (1 of 3)
June 1970 (CFOA 1034) (2 of 3)
June 1970 (CFOA 1034) (3 of 3)
July 1970 (CFOA 1034)
August 1970 (CFOA 1034) (1 of 4)
August 1970 (CFOA 1034) (2 of 4)
August 1970 (CFOA 1034) (3 of 4)
August 1970 (CFOA 1034) (4 of 4)

Box 6

September 1970 (CFOA 1034) (1 of 3)
September 1970 (CFOA 1034) (2 of 3)
September 1970 (CFOA 1034) (3 of 3)
October 1970 (CFOA 1034) (1 of 3)
October 1970 (CFOA 1034) (2 of 3)
October 1970 (CFOA 1034) (3 of 3)
November1970 (CFOA 1034) (1 of 2)
November 1970 (CFOA 1034) (2 of 2)
February 1971 (CFOA 1034) (1 of 2)
February 1971 (CFOA 1034) (2 of 2)
August 1971 (CFOA 1034)
September 1971 (CFOA 1034)
October 1971 (CFOA 1034) (1 of 2)
October 1971 (CFOA 1034) (2 of 2)
November 1971 (CFOA 1034) (1 of 3)
November 1971 (CFOA 1034) (2 of 3)
November 1971 (CFOA 1034) (3 of 3)

Box 7

December 1971 (CFOA 1034) (1 of 3)
December 1971 (CFOA 1034) (2 of 3)
December 1971 (CFOA 1034) (3 of 3)
January 1972 (CFOA 1035) (1 of 6)
January 1972 (CFOA 1035) (2 of 6)
January 1972 (CFOA 1035) (3 of 6)
January 1972 (CFOA 1035) (4 of 6)
January 1972 (CFOA 1035) (5 of 6)
January 1972 (CFOA 1035) (6 of 6)
February 1972 (CFOA 1035) (1 of 3)
February 1972 (CFOA 1035) (2 of 3)
February 1972 (CFOA 1035) (3 of 3)
March 1972 (CFOA 1035) (1 of 3)
March 1972 (CFOA 1035) (2 of 3)
March 1972 (CFOA 1035) (3 of 3)
June 1972 (CFOA 1035) (1 of 2)
June 1972 (CFOA 1035) (2 of 2)

Box 8

September 1972 (CFOA 1035)
October 1972 (CFOA 1035)
November 1972 (CFOA 1035)
December 1972 (CFOA 1035) (1 of 3)
December 1972 (CFOA 1035) (2 of 3)
December 1972 (CFOA 1035) (3 of 3)
January 1973 (CFOA 1035) (1 of 4)
January 1973 (CFOA 1035) (2 of 4)
January 1973 (CFOA 1035) (3 of 4)
January 1973 (CFOA 1035) (4 of 4)
February 1973 (CFOA 1035) (1 of 4)
February 1973 (CFOA 1035) (2 of 4)
February 1973 (CFOA 1035) (3 of 4)
February 1973 (CFOA 1035) (4 of 4)
11/08/1973 (Fugitive File 43)
January 1974
01/02/1974 – 01/31/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)
02/01/0974 – 03/13/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)
03/14/1974 – 03/29/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)

Box 9

04/04/1974 – 04/04/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)
04/15/1974 – 04/17/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)
04/18/1974 – 04/25/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)
04/26/1974 – 05/02/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)
05/03/0974 – 05/17/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)
05/20/1974 – 06/07/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)
06/10/1974 – 06/20/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)
06/21/0974 – 07/08/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)
07/09/1974 – 07/26/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)
07/29/1974 – 08/08/1974 (Staff Memos) (Fugitive File 43)
07/03/1973 – 10/12/1973 (Presidential Memos) (Fugitive File 8)
10/17/1973 – 01/23/1974 (Presidential Memos) (Fugitive File 8)
01/24/1974 – 04/20/1974 (Presidential Memos) (Fugitive File 8)
04/22/0974 – 08/08/1974 (Presidential Memos) (Fugitive File 8)

CHRON FILE: SUB-SERIES A: TRANSITION PERIOD

Box 10

Advance Men (November 1968) (CFOA 1034)
Budget Policy (November 1968) (CFOA 1034)
Cabinet Committees (November 1968 – December 1968) (CFOA 1034)
Expenses (November 1968 – January 1969) (CFOA 1034)
Fiscal Policy (December 1968) (CFOA 1034)
Personal (November 1968 – January 1969) (CFOA 1034)

CHRON FILE: SUB-SERIES B: DOMESTIC COUNCIL

Box 11

Approach to Government (October 1970) (CFOA 1035) (1 of 2)
Approach to Government (October 1970) (CFOA 1035) (2 of 2)
DC Chron File (CFOA 1035) (1 of 2)
DC Chron File (CFOA 1035) (2 of 2)
DC Operations (CFOA 1035) (1 of 4)
DC Operations (CFOA 1035) (2 of 4)
DC Operations (CFOA 1035) (3 of 4)
DC Operations (CFOA 1035) (4 of 4)
Forward Planning Unit (CFOA 1035) (1 of 2)
Forward Planning Unit (CFOA 1035) (2 of 2)
Members (CFOA 1035)
Staff (CFOA 1035)
State of the Union (CFOA 1035) (1 of 3)
State of the Union (CFOA 1035) (2 of 3)
State of the Union (CFOA 1035) (3 of 3)

NOTES

Box 12

May 1969 – September 1969
October 1969 – December 1969
January 1970 – February 1970
March 1970 – May 1970
June 1970 – July 1970
August 1970 – September 1970
October 1970 – November 1970
December 1970 – January 1971
February 1971 – April 1971
May 1971 – August 1971
September 1971 – December 1971
January 1972 – February 1972
March 1972 – April 1972
May 1972

Box 13

June 1972
July 1972
August 1972 – September 1972 & November 1972 – December 1972
January 1973 – February 1973 (General)
March 1973 (General)
April 1973 (General)
May 1973 (General)
June 1973 – July 1973 & September 1973 – December 1973 (General)
January 1974 – April 1974 (General)
May 1974 – August 1974 (General)
April 1973 – June 1973 (Staff Meeting)
July 1973 – September 1973 (Staff Meeting)
October 1973 – December 1973 (Staff Meeting)
January 1974 – February1974 (Staff Meeting)
March 1974 (Staff Meeting)

Box 14

April 1974 (Staff Meeting)
May 1974 (Staff Meeting)
June 1974 (Staff Meeting)
July 1974 – August 1974 (Staff Meeting)
January 1973 – February 1973 (RN Meeting)
March 1973 (RN Meeting)
April 1973 – Mary 1973 (RN Meeting)
June 1973 – July 1973 (RN Meeting)
September 1973 – October 1973 (RN Meeting)
November 1973 – December 1973 (RN Meeting)
January 1974 – February 1974 (RN Meeting)
March 1974 (RN Meeting)
April 1974 – May 1974 (RN Meeting)
June 1974 – July 1974 (RN Meeting)

SPEECH FILE

Box 15

07/03/1970 – 08/06/1970
08/14/1970
09/15/1970 – 11/09/1970
12/14/1970 – 12/23/1970
01/17/1971 – 04/21/1971
04/26/1971 – 07/30/1971
08/14/1971 – 11/28/1971
01/20/1972
01/27/1972 – 03/22/1972
03/23/1972 – 05/02/1972
05/03/1972 – 09/26/1972
10/03/1972 – 10/04/1972
10/26/1972
10/30/1972 – 11/01/1972
01/31/1973 – 02/05/1973

Box 16

02/06/1973 – 02/07/1973
02/08/1973 – 02/26/1973
02/28/1973 – 03/05/1973
03/06/1973 – 03/14/1973
03/15/1973 – 03/23/1973
03/23/1973
03/29/1973 – 12/17/1973
01/07/1974 – 03/02/1974
05/07/1974 – 06/19/1974
N.D. (1 of 3)
N.D. (2 of 3)
N.D. (3 of 3)

SUBJECT FILE

Box 17

Alan Steelman (CFOA #1033)
Aerospace Unemployment (CFOA #1033) (1 of 2)
Aerospace Unemployment (CFOA #1033) (2 of 2)
Allied Services (CFOA #1033)
1974 Budget Decisions
Budget (CFOA #946) (1 of 4)
Budget (CFOA #946) (2 of 4)
Budget (CFOA #946) (3 of 4)
Budget (CFOA #946) (4 of 4)
Budget (’73 Outlay Cuts Nov 10) (CFOA #946) (1 of 3)
Budget (’73 Outlay Cuts Nov 10) (CFOA #946) (2 of 3)
Budget (’73 Outlay Cuts Nov 10) (CFOA #946) (3 of 3)
Budget (1974 Budget Reductions and Terminations) (CFOA #946) (1 of 7)
Budget (1974 Budget Reductions and Terminations) (CFOA #946) (2 of 7)
Budget (1974 Budget Reductions and Terminations) (CFOA #946) (3 of 7)
Budget (1974 Budget Reductions and Terminations) (CFOA #946) (4 of 7)

Box 18

Budget (1974 Budget Reductions and Terminations) (CFOA #946) (5 of 7)
Budget (1974 Budget Reductions and Terminations) (CFOA #946) (6 of 7)
Budget (1974 Budget Reductions and Terminations) (CFOA #946) (7 of 7)
Budget (Battle of the Budget) (CFOA #946) (1 of 3)
Budget (Battle of the Budget) (CFOA #946) (2 of 3)
Budget (Battle of the Budget) (CFOA #946) (3 of 3)
Budget (Battle of the Budget Phase Two Mr. Cole) (CFOA #946) (1 of 2)
Budget (Battle of the Budget Phase Two Mr. Cole) (CFOA #946) (2 of 2)
Budget (Comprehensive HEW Simplification and Reform) (CFOA #946) (1 of 4)
Budget (Comprehensive HEW Simplification and Reform) (CFOA #946) (2 of 4)
Budget (Comprehensive HEW Simplification and Reform) (CFOA #946) (3 of 4)
Budget (Comprehensive HEW Simplification and Reform) (CFOA #946) (4 of 4)
Budget (Presidential Review ESTPD & NRPD #1) (CFOA #946) (1 of 3)
Budget (Presidential Review ESTPD & NRPD #1) (CFOA #946) (2 of 3)
Budget (Presidential Review ESTPD & NRPD #1) (CFOA #946) (3 of 3)

Box 19

Budget (Presidential Review HRPD & GGPD #1) (CFOA #946) (1 of 3)
Budget (Presidential Review HRPD & GGPD #1) (CFOA #946) (2 of 3)
Budget (Presidential Review HRPD & GGPD #1) (CFOA #946) (3 of 3)
Campaign Reform (1 of 2)
Campaign Reform (2 of 2)
Campaign Reform (1 of 5)
Campaign Reform (2 of 5)
Campaign Reform (3 of 5)
Campaign Reform (4 of 5)
Campaign Reform (5 of 5)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (1 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (2 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (3 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (4 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (5 of 15)

Box 20

Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (6 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (7 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (8 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (9 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (10 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (11 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (12 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (13 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (14 of 15)
Campaign Spending (CFOA #1033) (15 of 15)
Child Care (1 of 3)
Child Care (2 of 3)
Child Care (3 of 3)
Daniel Boorstin’s Proposal (CFOA #1033)
Desegregation - Housing (CFOA #1033)

Box 21

Discrimination - Economic (CFOA #1033) (1 of 3)
Discrimination - Economic (CFOA #1033) (2 of 3)
Discrimination - Economic (CFOA #1033) (3 of 3)
Domestic Council Committees (Fugitive File #33) (1 of 8)
Domestic Council Committees (Fugitive File #33) (2 of 8)
Domestic Council Committees (Fugitive File #33) (3 of 8)
Domestic Council Committees (Fugitive File #33) (4 of 8)
Domestic Council Committees (Fugitive File #33) (5 of 8)
Domestic Council Committees (Fugitive File #33) (6 of 8)
Domestic Council Committees (Fugitive File #33) (7 of 8)
Domestic Council Committees (Fugitive File #33) (8 of 8)
Domestic Council Committee on Land Use (02-05-1974) (Fugitive File #33)
Electronic Data System (CFOA #1033)
Environment (CFOA #1033)
Equal Rights Amendment (CFOA #1033) (1 of 3)
Equal Rights Amendment (CFOA #1033) (1 of 3)
Equal Rights Amendment (CFOA #1033) (1 of 3)
Fact Sheets (Fugitive File #33)

Box 22

FY 1973 Planning (1 of 2)
FY 1973 Planning (2 of 2)
Foreign Trade (CFOA #1033)
Governor Jimmy Carter - Georgia
Governor Nelson Rockefeller
Housing (CFOA #1033)
Income Tax (CFOA #1033)
Inter-Gov (1 of 9)
Inter-Gov (2 of 9)
Inter-Gov (3 of 9)
Inter-Gov (4 of 9)
Inter-Gov (5 of 9)
Inter-Gov (6 of 9)
Inter-Gov (7 of 9)
Inter-Gov (8 of 9)
Inter-Gov (9 of 9)

Box 23

Jobs for Veterans (CFOA #1033) (1 of 3)
Jobs for Veterans (CFOA #1033) (2 of 3)
Jobs for Veterans (CFOA #1033) (3 of 3)
Legal Services (1 of 3)
Legal Services (2 of 3)
Legal Services (3 of 3)
Legal Services (CFOA #1033)
Listening Posts (CFOA #1033) (1 of 2)
Listening Posts (CFOA #1033) (2 of 2)
Manpower Bill (CFOA #1033)
Mayor Blatz (CFOA #1033)
Mayor Frank Rizzo (Fugitive File #33) (1 of 2)
Mayor Frank Rizzo (Fugitive File #33) (2 of 2)
OMB Circular No. A-95 (CFOA #1033)
Polls (1 of 3)
Polls (2 of 3)
Polls (3 of 3)
President’s Committee on Health Education (CFOA #1033)
Press Releases
R&D
Reprivitization

Box 24

Reorganization (1 of 4)
Reorganization (2 of 4)
Reorganization (3 of 4)
Reorganization (4 of 4)
School Desegregation (CFOA #1033)
Summer Youth (CFOA #1033)
Taxes (1 of 4)
Taxes (2 of 4)
Taxes (3 of 4)
Taxes (4 of 4)
Unemployment (CFOA #1033)
Urban Growth Policy Report (CFOA #1033) (1 of 2)
Urban Growth Policy Report (CFOA #1033) (2 of 2)
Veto Prospects (CFOA #1033)
Women’s Rights (CFOA #1033)

Materials Added on November 10, 2011

Box 25

[1971/1972 Domestic Budget Policy] (1 of 2)
[1971/1972 Domestic Budget Policy] (2 of 2)
1971-1972 Legislative Initiatives (1 of 2)
1971-1972 Legislative Initiatives (2 of 2)
1972 Initiatives (1 of 2)
1972 Initiatives (2 of 2)
1972 Policy Planning Process (1 of 4)
1972 Policy Planning Process (2 of 4)
1972 Policy Planning Process (3 of 4)
1972 Policy Planning Process (4 of 4)
A Study of the Issues of Concern to the American People, Oct. 1971 (1 of 2)
A Study of the Issues of Concern to the American People, Oct. 1971 (2 of 2)
A Study of the Issues of Concern to the American People, Oct. 1971 (1 of 2)
A Study of the Issues of Concern to the American People, Oct. 1971 (2 of 2)

Box 26

A Study of the Issues of Concern to the American People, Oct. 1971 (1 of 2)
A Study of the Issues of Concern to the American People, Oct. 1971 (2 of 2)
A Study of the Issues of Concern to the American People, Oct. 1971 (1 of 2)
A Study of the Issues of Concern to the American People, Oct. 1971 (2 of 2)
A Study of the Issues of Concern to the American People, Oct. 1971 (1 of 2)
A Study of the Issues of Concern to the American People, Oct. 1971 (2 of 2)
Advisory Council on Executive Organization
[AFL-CIO]
Agency Budgets (1 of 2)
Agency Budgets (2 of 2)
Anti-Trust Policy: Domestic Council Study Memorandum #13 (1 of 3)
Anti-Trust Policy: Domestic Council Study Memorandum #13 (2 of 3)
Anti-Trust Policy: Domestic Council Study Memorandum #13 (3 of 3)
Applying NASA Capabilities to National Goals, July 8, 1971

Box 27

Bad Bills (1 of 4)
Bad Bills (2 of 4)
Bad Bills (3 of 4)
Bad Bills (4 of 4)
Bills for Review (1 of 3)
Bills for Review (2 of 3)
Bills for Review (3 of 3)
Biographical Sketches (1 of 10)
Biographical Sketches (2 of 10)
Biographical Sketches (3 of 10)
Biographical Sketches (4 of 10)
Biographical Sketches (5 of 10)
Biographical Sketches (6 of 10)
Biographical Sketches (7 of 10)
Biographical Sketches (8 of 10)

Box 28

Biographical Sketches (9 of 10)
Biographical Sketches (10 of 10)
Blue Collar Worker: Domestic Council Study Memorandum #5 (1 of 2)
Blue Collar Worker: Domestic Council Study Memorandum #5 (2 of 2)
Briefing Book (1 of 2)
Briefing Book (2 of 2)
Briefing Book for the Study on the Executive Office of the President—President’s Advisory
Council on Executive Organization (1 of 2)
Briefing Book for the Study on the Executive Office of the President—President’s Advisory
Council on Executive Organization (2 of 2)
Briefing for Director Mayo
Briefing Materials
[The Budget of the United States Government Fiscal Year 1972]
California Briefing Book (1 of 4)

Box 29

California Briefing Book (2 of 4)
California Briefing Book (3 of 4)
California Briefing Book (4 of 4)
California Welfare Reform (1 of 10)
California Welfare Reform (2 of 10)
California Welfare Reform (3 of 10)
California Welfare Reform (4 of 10)
California Welfare Reform (5 of 10)
California Welfare Reform (6 of 10)
California Welfare Reform (7 of 10)
California Welfare Reform (8 of 10)
California Welfare Reform (9 of 10)
California Welfare Reform (10 of 10)

Box 30

Campaign Financing (1 of 3)
Campaign Financing (2 of 3)
Campaign Financing (3 of 3)
Cases and Materials Relating to Housing Discrimination (1 of 4)
Cases and Materials Relating to Housing Discrimination (2 of 4)
Cases and Materials Relating to Housing Discrimination (3 of 4)
Cases and Materials Relating to Housing Discrimination (4 of 4)
Chicago—Fug File 18
“Child Care”
Citizens Committee for Government Reorganization
Civil Rights and Public Housing (1 of 9)
Civil Rights and Public Housing (2 of 9)
Civil Rights and Public Housing (3 of 9)
Civil Rights and Public Housing (4 of 9)
Civil Rights and Public Housing (5 of 9)
Civil Rights and Public Housing (6 of 9)
Civil Rights and Public Housing (7 of 9)

Box 31

Civil Rights and Public Housing (8 of 9)
Civil Rights and Public Housing (9 of 9)
Civil Service Reform—Domestic Council Study Memorandum
“Communicable Disease Control”
“Consumer Agency”
Crime (LEAA) Domestic Council Study Memorandum
Day Care
1975 Director’s Review: Agriculture (1 of 2)
1975 Director’s Review: Agriculture (2 of 2)
Director’s Review: 1975 Budget (1 of 4)
Director’s Review: 1975 Budget (2 of 4)
Director’s Review: 1975 Budget (3 of 4)
Director’s Review: 1975 Budget (4 of 4)
Director’s Review: 1975 Budget Commerce and SBA (1 of 2)
Director’s Review: 1975 Budget Commerce and SBA (2 of 2)
Director’s Review: 1975 Budget Department of Labor
Civil Rights Director’s Review Fiscal Year 1975
FY 1975—Director’s Review: Energy (1 of 3)
FY 1975—Director’s Review: Energy (2 of 3)
FY 1975—Director’s Review: Energy (3 of 3)

Box 32

Director Review—1973 HEW (1 of 3)
Director Review—1973 HEW (2 of 3)
Director Review—1973 HEW (3 of 3)
Director’s Review—1975 HEW Budget (1 of 3)
Director’s Review—1975 HEW Budget (2 of 3)
Director’s Review—1975 HEW Budget (3 of 3)
FY 1975—Director’s Review: HUD Budget
Director’s Review: FY 1975 NASA
1975—Director’s Review: Statistics Crosscut (1 of 2)
1975—Director’s Review: Statistics Crosscut (2 of 2)
Director’s Review: FY 1975 Treasury Department
FY—1975 Director’s Review VA (1 of 2)
FY—1975 Director’s Review VA (2 of 2)
Domestic Council (1 of 2)
Domestic Council (2 of 2)
Domestic Council Appropriations
Domestic Council Study Memorandum #8 Copyright Reform
Domestic Council Study Memorandum—Insurance
Domestic Council Study Memorandum Listing (1 of 2)
Domestic Council Study Memorandum Listing (2 of 2)
Domestic Council Study Memorandum Lending Program (OMB)

Box 33

Domestic Council Study Memo Military Retired Pay (1 of 3)
Domestic Council Study Memo Military Retired Pay (2 of 3)
Domestic Council Study Memo Military Retired Pay (3 of 3)
Domestic Council Study Memorandum—New Technology (1 of 2)
Domestic Council Study Memorandum—New Technology (2 of 2)
Domestic Council Study Memorandum Rail Transportation (OMB)
Domestic Council Study Memorandum Tax Policy (OMB)
Domestic Council Study Memorandum Trust Funds
Domestic Council Study Memorandum Vocational Education
2132-Domestic Issues, 1971
Domestic Program Pre-Brief (1 of 2)
Domestic Program Pre-Brief (2 of 2)
DOT 1975 Director’s Review (1 of 2)
DOT 1975 Director’s Review (2 of 2)
Draft Memorandum for the President Copy #3
Jack Dreyfus
Drugs—Domestic Council Study Memorandum (1 of 2)
Drugs—Domestic Council Study Memorandum (2 of 2)
“Employee Health Benefits”

Box 34

Environment—Domestic Council Study Memorandum
EOP Reorganization Message (1 of 2)
EOP Reorganization Message (2 of 2)
Executive Office of the President
Executive Office Reorganization (1 of 2)
Executive Office Reorganization (2 of 2)
Executive Office Reorganization (1 of 4)
Executive Office Reorganization (2 of 4)
Executive Office Reorganization (3 of 4)
Executive Office Reorganization (4 of 4)
Executive Office Reorganization-Domestic Policy Council-Clippings
Executive Office Reorganization Memos from PACEO—Bob and Cong. LIAI. S. (1 of 3)
Executive Office Reorganization Memos from PACEO—Bob and Cong. LIAI. S. (2 of 3)
Executive Office Reorganization Memos from PACEO—Bob and Cong. LIAI. S. (3 of 3)
Executive Office Reorganization—Testimonies (1 of 4)
Executive Office Reorganization—Testimonies (2 of 4)

Box 35

Executive Office Reorganization—Testimonies (3 of 4)
Executive Office Reorganization—Testimonies (4 of 4)
FAP (1 of 2)
FAP (2 of 2)
Government Reform—Domestic Council Study Memorandum
Health
Health Insurance (1 of 5)
Health Insurance (2 of 5)
Health Insurance (3 of 5)
Health Insurance (4 of 5)
Health Insurance (5 of 5)
Health Legislations
Higher Education
“Highway Act”
HMO’s

Box 36

House GOP Research (1 of 2)
House GOP Research (2 of 2)
“Housing” (1 of 2)
“Housing” (2 of 2)
Housing Production—Domestic Council Memorandum #10
Indemnification Policy—Domestic Council Study Memorandum (1 of 2)
Indemnification Policy—Domestic Council Study Memorandum (2 of 2)
[Independent Regulatory Agencies]
Initiatives 1971
Interagency Committee Meeting (First, Second, Third) (1 of 3)
Interagency Committee Meeting (First, Second, Third) (2 of 3)
Interagency Committee Meeting (First, Second, Third) (3 of 3)
Interagency Committee Meeting (Fourth, Fifth, Sixth) (1 of 4)
Interagency Committee Meeting (Fourth, Fifth, Sixth) (2 of 4)
Interagency Committee Meeting (Fourth, Fifth, Sixth) (3 of 4)
Interagency Committee Meeting (Fourth, Fifth, Sixth) (4 of 4)
Intergovernmental Relations (1 of 4)
Intergovernmental Relations (2 of 4)

Box 37

Intergovernmental Relations (3 of 4)
Intergovernmental Relations (4 of 4)
Key Health Policy Issues (1 of 5)
Key Health Policy Issues (2 of 5)
Key Health Policy Issues (3 of 5)
Key Health Policy Issues (4 of 5)
Key Health Policy Issues (5 of 5)
Key Resource Individuals (1 of 2)
Key Resource Individuals (2 of 2)
Labor HEW
Legislation (1 of 4)
Legislation (2 of 4)
Legislation (3 of 4)
Legislation (4 of 4)
Legislative Proposals 1970—Departments and Agencies (1 of 6)
Legislative Proposals 1970—Departments and Agencies (2 of 6)
Legislative Proposals 1970—Departments and Agencies (3 of 6)

Box 38

Legislative Proposals 1970—Departments and Agencies (4 of 6)
Legislative Proposals 1970—Departments and Agencies (5 of 6)
Legislative Proposals 1970—Departments and Agencies (6 of 6)
Legislative Reports
Listening Post Sessions (1 of 4)
Listening Post Sessions (2 of 4)
Listening Post Sessions (3 of 4)
Listening Post Sessions (4 of 4)
Listening Post Sessions-Midwest
Long-Range Planning Document (1 of 2)
Long-Range Planning Document (2 of 2)
Management of Domestic Programs-John K. Daniels
Messages to Congress 1970 (1 of 2)
Messages to Congress 1970 (2 of 2)
“Minimum Wage”
Minimum Wage and Youth-Domestic Council Study Memorandum
Minority Enterprise (1 of 3)
Minority Enterprise (2 of 3)

Box 39

Minority Enterprise (3 of 3)
Misc. Memos (1 of 15)
Misc. Memos (2 of 15)
Misc. Memos (3 of 15)
Misc. Memos (4 of 15)
Misc. Memos (5 of 15)
Misc. Memos (6 of 15)
Misc. Memos (7 of 15)
Misc. Memos (8 of 15)
Misc. Memos (9 of 15)
Misc. Memos (10 of 15)
Misc. Memos (11 of 15)
Misc. Memos (12 of 15)
Misc. Memos (13 of 15)
Misc. Memos (14 of 15)
Misc. Memos (15 of 15)
Model Cities—Domestic Council Study Memorandum
National Business League Convention Program 1970
National Energy Policy—Domestic Council Study Memorandum #2 (1 of 3)

Box 40

National Energy Policy—Domestic Council Study Memorandum #2 (2 of 3)
National Energy Policy—Domestic Council Study Memorandum #2 (3 of 3)
National Governor’s Conference Notebook (1 of 2)
National Governor’s Conference Notebook (2 of 2)
National Healthcare: Proposed Cost Control Measures Interim Report June 1971 (1 of 2)
National Healthcare: Proposed Cost Control Measures Interim Report June 1971 (2 of 2)
National Housing Policy (Social Aspects) Domestic Council Study Memorandum (1 of 2)
National Housing Policy (Social Aspects) Domestic Council Study Memorandum (2 of 2)
“National Environmental Data Service”
“National Institute of Aging”
National Transportation Policy: Domestic Council Study Memorandum (1 of 3)
National Transportation Policy: Domestic Council Study Memorandum (2 of 3)
National Transportation Policy: Domestic Council Study Memorandum (3 of 3)
National Alliance of Businessmen, Inc.: Financial Statements as of June 30, 1970
[National Alliance of Businessmen, Inc.: Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors]
[National Alliance of Businessmen, Inc.: Annual Meeting of the Members]
Office of the Secretary Department of Transportation: Nixon on the Issues (1 of 2)
Office of the Secretary Department of Transportation: Nixon on the Issues (2 of 2)
Office of the Secretary Department of Transportation: Nixon Speaks Out (1 of 3)

Box 41

Office of the Secretary Department of Transportation: Nixon Speaks Out (2 of 3)
Office of the Secretary Department of Transportation: Nixon Speaks Out (3 of 3)
OMB: Strengthening Program Planning, Budgeting, and Management in the Federal Government
Pilot Test in the Department of Commerce
Open Communities-Domestic Council Study Memorandum
[Organization of the Office of Management and Budget]
Jeno Paulucci-FUG File 18
Phase II 1971 Domestic Programs Briefing Book (1 of 3)
Phase II 1971 Domestic Programs Briefing Book (2 of 3)
Phase II 1971 Domestic Programs Briefing Book (3 of 3)
Policy Development Information Project-Hunger and Poverty (1 of 7)
Policy Development Information Project-Hunger and Poverty (2 of 7)
Policy Development Information Project-Hunger and Poverty (3 of 7)
Policy Development Information Project-Hunger and Poverty (4 of 7)
Policy Development Information Project-Hunger and Poverty (5 of 7)
Policy Development Information Project-Hunger and Poverty (6 of 7)
Policy Development Information Project-Hunger and Poverty (7 of 7)
Presentation on Domestic Policy
Presidential-Review Book (3 President)
Presidential Review
President’s Departmental Reorganization Program (1 of 3)

Box 42

President’s Departmental Reorganization Program (2 of 3)
President’s Departmental Reorganization Program (3 of 3)
Problem Statement: Planning Assistance, Federal Grant Programs, and Regional Commissions (1
of 2)
Problem Statement: Planning Assistance, Federal Grant Programs, and Regional Commissions (2
of 2)
“Product Safety”
Public Opinion on Key Domestic Issues: A National Survey, May 1971 (1 of 2)
Public Opinion on Key Domestic Issues: A National Survey, May 1971 (2 of 2)
Public Opinion on Key Domestic Issues: A National Survey, May 1971 (1 of 2)
Public Opinion on Key Domestic Issues: A National Survey, May 1971 (2 of 2)
Public Relations Activities Review: K. Cole (1 of 5)
Public Relations Activities Review: K. Cole (2 of 5)
Public Relations Activities Review: K. Cole (3 of 5)
Public Relations Activities Review: K. Cole (4 of 5)
Public Relations Activities Review: K. Cole (5 of 5)

Box 43

Recreation Programs for Disadvantaged Youth-Domestic Council Study Memorandum #9
Regional Commissions-Domestic Council Study Memorandum #1 (1 of 3)
Regional Commissions-Domestic Council Study Memorandum #1 (2 of 3)
Regional Commissions-Domestic Council Study Memorandum #1 (3 of 3)
Reorganization (1 of 4)
Reorganization (2 of 4)
Reorganization (3 of 4)
Reorganization (4 of 4)
Reorganization of the Executive Office of the President
Reorganization Plan #2 (1 of 7)
Reorganization Plan #2 (2 of 7)
Reorganization Plan #2 (3 of 7)
Reorganization Plan #2 (4 of 7)
Reorganization Plan #2 (5 of 7)
Reorganization Plan #2 (6 of 7)

Box 44

Reorganization Plan #2 (7 of 7)
Reorganization Program Economic Affairs (1 of 4)
Reorganization Program Natural Resources (2 of 4)
Reorganization Program Human Resources (3 of 4)
Reorganization Program Community Development (4 of 4)
Revenue Sharing (1 of 3)
Revenue Sharing (2 of 3)
Revenue Sharing (3 of 3)
Revenue Sharing (1 of 2)
Revenue Sharing (2 of 2)
Revenue Sharing (1 of 4)
Revenue Sharing (2 of 4)
Revenue Sharing (3 of 4)
Revenue Sharing (4 of 4)

Box 45

Revenue Sharing Background (1 of 5)
Revenue Sharing Background (2 of 5)
Revenue Sharing Background (3 of 5)
Revenue Sharing Background (4 of 5)
Revenue Sharing Background (5 of 5)
Revenue Sharing – Domestic Council Study Memorandum (1 of 6)
Revenue Sharing – Domestic Council Study Memorandum (2 of 6)
Revenue Sharing – Domestic Council Study Memorandum (3 of 6)
Revenue Sharing – Domestic Council Study Memorandum (4 of 6)
Revenue Sharing – Domestic Council Study Memorandum (5 of 6)
Revenue Sharing – Domestic Council Study Memorandum (6 of 6)
Rural Development – Domestic Council Study Memorandum (1 of 3)
Rural Development – Domestic Council Study Memorandum (2 of 3)
Rural Development – Domestic Council Study Memorandum (3 of 3)

Box 46

Rural Development Sub-Committee (1 of 4)
Rural Development Sub-Committee (2 of 4)
Rural Development Sub-Committee (3 of 4)
Rural Development Sub-Committee (4 of 4)
Sample Memorandum
San Clemente Presentation On Domestic Policy
[San Jose: Sprawling City]
“School Lunch”
Section by Analysis H.R. 8629 (1 of 4)
Section by Analysis H.R. 8629 (2 of 4)
Section by Analysis H.R. 8629 (3 of 4)
Section by Analysis H.R. 8629 (4 of 4)
Sindlinger Poll
(Blank Folder)

Box 47

Special Revenue Sharing (1 of 2)
Special Revenue Sharing (2 of 2)
[Sports Year Book 1970]
Staff Assignments (1 of 3)
Staff Assignments (2 of 3)
Staff Assignments (3 of 3)
Stamps
Stanley Scott
State of the Union Subjects (1 of 6)
State of the Union Subjects (2 of 6)
State of the Union Subjects (3 of 6)
State of the Union Subjects (4 of 6)
State of the Union Subjects (5 of 6)
State of the Union Subjects (6 of 6)
State Profiles (1 of 4)
State Profiles (2 of 4)

Box 48

State Profiles (3 of 4)
State Profiles (4 of 4)
State Profiles (1 of 2)
State Profiles (2 of 2)
[Strengthening Program Planning, Budgeting, and Management in the Fed. Gov’t Pilot Test in
the U.S. Dept. of AG.]
[Strengthening Program Planning, Budgeting and Management in the Fed. Gov’t.]
Taxes (1 of 4)
Taxes (2 of 4)
Taxes (3 of 4)
Taxes (4 of 4)
Transition to New Departments
Transition to New Departments (1 of 2)
Transition to New Departments (2 of 2)
Transportation (1 of 3)
Transportation (2 of 3)
Transportation (3 of 3)

Box 49

Transportation Budget Review – 1973 (1 of 3)
Transportation Budget Review – 1973 (2 of 3)
Transportation Budget Review – 1973 (3 of 3)
UEC (1 of 3)
UEC (2 of 3)
UEC (3 of 3)
Unmarked Files (1 of 2)
Unmarked Files (2 of 2)
Urban Renewal – Domestic Council Study Memorandum
Value Added Taxes (1 of 2)
Value Added Taxes (2 of 2)
Voter Legislation
“Welfare Reform (I, II, II)” (1 of 5)
“Welfare Reform (I, II, II)” (2 of 5)

Box 50

“Welfare Reform (I, II, II)” (3 of 5)
“Welfare Reform (I, II, II)” (4 of 5)
“Welfare Reform (I, II, II)” (5 of 5)
Welfare Reform Proposals
WHCA Video Recordings 6/15/68-5/31/71 Vol. 1 (1 of 2)
WHCA Video Recordings 6/15/68-5/31/71 Vol. 1 (2 of 2)
[White House Conference On Youth] 1971 (1 of 2)
[White House Conference On Youth] 1971 (2 of 2)
White House Personnel (1 of 5)
White House Personnel (2 of 5)
White House Personnel (3 of 5)
White House Personnel (4 of 5)
White House Personnel (5 of 5)
Youth (1 of 2)
Youth (1 of 2)
“Youth Conservation Corps”

SERIES V: SUBJECT FILE: SUB-SERIES A: BICENTENNIAL

Box 51

American Bicentennial Commission (ARBC) (1 of 2)
American Bicentennial Commission (ARBC) (2 of 2)
American Revolution Bicentennial
American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (1 of 2)
American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (1 of 2)
American Revolution Bicentennial Commission
American Revolution Bicentennial Commission
American Revolution Bicentennial Commission Congressional Relations
Analysis of the Proposal for an International Exposition at Philadelphia in 1976
Analysis of the Proposal for an International Exposition at Philadelphia in 1976
ARBC Report to the Pres. on 7/4/1970 and President’s Message to Congress (1 of 2)
ARBC Report to the Pres. on 7/4/1970 and President’s Message to Congress (2 of 2)
Bicentennial I
Bicentennial II
Bicentennial III
Bicentennial Commission
Bicentennial Gardens
Bicentennial Planning
Enrolled Bill S. 1857 ARBC Authorization
Expo Chronology
“Flow” Expo Reviews by Commerce/OMB/ARBC

Box 52

Highlights: Political, Corp. Costs, News Clippings, and Personal Quotes
Important Letters (1 of 2)
Important Letters (1 of 2)
International Exposition in Philadelphia in 1976
Missing Ingredients in Expo Plan
Philadelphia (1 of 3)
Philadelphia (2 of 3)
Philadelphia (3 of 3)
Philadelphia Bicentennial
Philadelphia Corporation Proposals
Philadelphia Expo
Philadelphia Expo/Bicentennial Decision (1 of 2)
Philadelphia Expo/Bicentennial Decision (2 of 2)
Philadelphia Expo – Next Steps
Trip Report: Some Psychological/Attitudinal Notes on Scandinavia
White House Support for the Bicentennial Commission

SERIES V: SUBJECT FILE: SUB-SERIES B: CRAIG GOSDEN'S FILES

Box 53

Craig’s Chron. (Nov. 1973-May 1974) (1 of 8)
Craig’s Chron. (Nov. 1973-May 1974) (2 of 8)
Craig’s Chron. (Nov. 1973-May 1974) (3 of 8)
Craig’s Chron. (Nov. 1973-May 1974) (4 of 8)
Craig’s Chron. (Nov. 1973-May 1974) (5 of 8)
Craig’s Chron. (Nov. 1973-May 1974) (6 of 8)
Craig’s Chron. (Nov. 1973-May 1974) (7 of 8)
Craig’s Chron. (Nov. 1973-May 1974) (8 of 8)
Craig’s Chron. (March 1973-Oct. 1973) (1 of 11)
Craig’s Chron. (March 1973-Oct. 1973) (2 of 11)
Craig’s Chron. (March 1973-Oct. 1973) (3 of 11)
Craig’s Chron. (March 1973-Oct. 1973) (4 of 11)
Craig’s Chron. (March 1973-Oct. 1973) (5 of 11)
Craig’s Chron. (March 1973-Oct. 1973) (6 of 11)
Craig’s Chron. (March 1973-Oct. 1973) (7 of 11)
Craig’s Chron. (March 1973-Oct. 1973) (8 of 11)

Box 54

Craig’s Chron. (March 1973-Oct. 1973) (9 of 11)
Craig’s Chron. (March 1973-Oct. 1973) (10 of 11)
Craig’s Chron. (March 1973-Oct. 1973) (11 of 11)
Craig’s Memorandum (1 of 2)
Craig’s Memorandum (2 of 2)
1975 Budget
1975 Budget – DOJ
Annual Report of the Office of Revenue Sharing, March 1971
The Budget of the U.S. Government, 1975
General Revenue Sharing, March 1974
The U.S. Budget in Brief, Fiscal Year 1975
Vice President’s Briefing Book (1 of 4)
Vice President’s Briefing Book (2 of 4)
Vice President’s Briefing Book (3 of 4)
Vice President’s Briefing Book (4 of 4)

SERIES V: SUBJECT FILE: SUB-SERIES C: HEALTH

Box 55

Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (1 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (2 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (3 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (4 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (5 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (6 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (7 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (8 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (9 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (10 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (11 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (12 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (13 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (14 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (15 of 24)

Box 56

Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (16 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (17 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (18 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (19 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (20 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (21 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (22 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (23 of 24)
Cancer and President’s Cancer Cure Program (24 of 24)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (1 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (2 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (3 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (4 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (5 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (6 of 20)

Box 57

Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (7 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (8 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (9 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (10 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (11 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (12 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (13 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (14 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (15 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (16 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (17 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (18 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (19 of 20)
Elderly, Aging, and the White House Conference on Aging (20 of 20)

Box 58

Health (1 of 25)
Health (2 of 25)
Health (3 of 25)
Health (4 of 25)
Health (5 of 25)
Health (6 of 25)
Health (7 of 25)
Health (8 of 25)
Health (9 of 25)
Health (10 of 25)
Health (11 of 25)
Health (12 of 25)
Health (13 of 25)

Box 59

Health (14 of 25)
Health (15 of 25)
Health (16 of 25)
Health (17 of 25)
Health (18 of 25)
Health (19 of 25)
Health (20 of 25)
Health (21 of 25)
Health (22 of 25)
Health (23 of 25)
Health (24 of 25)
Health (25 of 25)

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