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The Presidential Historical materials of Sanford Fox 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 (44 U.S.C. 2111 note) 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 A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.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.

  • Linear feet of materials:  60.11
  • Number of boxes:  116
  • Approximate number of pages:  136,000

Biographical Note

b. 1919
d. December 29, 1996

A native of West Virginia, Sanford Fox settled in the Washington, D.C. area in 1939. He entered into the Army’s Air Transport Command in 1940, serving with the Army Air Forces & Navy during WWII. After the war, he worked for what became the CIA for 7 years, and then transferred to the White House staff in 1952. Fox took a permanent position in 1959 as the Assistant Chief of the Social Entertainments Office. He eventually became the head of the office when his predecessor, Adrian B. Tolley, retired. In this capacity, Fox oversaw the planning of events throughout the Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon and Ford administrations.  He retired in June 1975.

Scope and Content Note

The Sanford Fox file group totals 60.11 linear feet (48 cubic feet) and is comprised of 16 series which document the activities of the Social Entertainments Office from 1969 through 1974. Fox, as Chief of the Office, and his staff performed duties in connection with the planning and successful execution of social events organized by the Social Secretary, Lucy A. Winchester. The majority of these files contain materials accumulated by the Office in their role of preparing invitations, menus, seating charts, and programs for dinners, luncheons, receptions, worship services, and entertainment, among others. The Office was responsible for the creation of products, such as Christmas prints, cards, and presidential certificates; these also are included in these files. Another work product of the Office of Social Entertainments was an alphabetical name file used to keep track of guests who attended White House functions. There are separate card indices for Social Events and Worship Services.

The collection is predominately text-based, with a small number of photographs and artifacts. (See: Presidential Photographs and Plaques series.) 

To gain a more complete understanding of the responsibilities of Sanford Fox and the larger role played by the Social Entertainments Office in the East Wing of the White House, one could view this collection in conjunction with his Exit Interview, the WHCF, Subject Files, Social Affairs (SO), and the WHCF, SMOF of Lucy Winchester.

Series Description

Boxes:   1-63
Series:   Social Events | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   This series provides the most comprehensive glimpse into the role of the Social Entertainments Office. The series is arranged chronologically and identified by the type of function, e.g. breakfast, luncheon, reception, tea, dinner, entertainment, open house, or party. These functions could be hosted by the President, the First Lady, Julie Eisenhower, Tricia Cox Nixon, or any combination thereof. A typical file includes copies and/or drafts of the invitation, admit card, menu, seating chart, and program for the event; copies of the guest list and replies from invitees; working papers and memorandums pertaining to the event which document how the Social Entertainments Office interacted with other White House personnel and offices; President and First Lady scenarios; schedule of events and administrative arrangements; and very often, press releases pertaining to the guest list, event, and Presidential remarks. For State Dinners, the files often include information regarding the members of the official party and itineraries of the visiting Head of State, or other such individual. The Social Events series contains information for events held at the White House, as well as other locations. Noteworthy, large-scale events in this series include the April 29, 1969 dinner and entertainment in honor of Duke Ellington’s 70th birthday, the August 13, 1969 dinner for the Apollo XI Astronauts at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, CA, and the June 12, 1971 Wedding of Tricia Nixon and Edward Cox Finch.

Boxes:   64-76
Series:   Social Name File | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   This series is comprised of a card index containing names, occupations, and contact information of guests who attended White House functions. These 5 x 8 cards document guests and the dates of the social events they attended. Categories of events include: luncheon, dinner, tea, reception, entertainment following dinner, or other. These cards are arranged alphabetically by last name; however, the last 12.5 linear inches are arranged alphabetically by country to document foreign guests.

Boxes:   77-82
Series:   Worship Services | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   This series documents the Worship Services held in the White House – a custom initiated by the Nixon administration. The records that comprise this series are similar to that of the Social Event series. A typical folder includes replies and guest lists; working papers and memorandum; Presidential scenarios and schedule of events; proofs of and final versions of the program; and information pertaining to the officiant and entertainment. This series is arranged chronologically.

Boxes:   83-87
Series:   Worship Service File | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   This series is comprised of a card index containing names, occupations, and contact information of guests who attended White House Worship Services. These 3 x 5 cards document guests and dates of attendance. This series is arranged first by members of the Cabinet, followed by diplomatic guests, and then by members of the Senate and the House of Representatives. The remaining cards follow alphabetically by last name.

Boxes:   88-90
Series:   Activities, Programs, and Menus | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1973
Description:   This series appears to have been created by the Social Entertainments Office to provide a comprehensive file of the social events on which they worked. Folders contain finalized invitations, guest lists, menus, and programs for each dinner, luncheon, worship service, et cetera held in a given month and year. his series begins with President Nixon’s Inauguration in January 1969 and ends in February 1973. Although folders were included for July 1972 – December 1972, they were found empty. The series is arranged chronologically

Boxes:   91-95
Series:   Menus | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   This series contains menus for formal events that were lettered by the Social Entertainments Office and printed for placement at tables. Each menu indicates the food and alcohol served and the location and the date of the function. The menus are gold embossed with a Presidential seal and have a gold metallic trim. The series is arranged chronologically.

Boxes:   96-99
Series:   Seating Charts | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   Sanford Fox and the Social Secretary, Lucy Winchester, were responsible for seating arrangements; this series contains the finished products of their collaboration. Arranged chronologically, this series is comprised of folders created specifically for each event. Each folder contains lettering on the front with the type of event, the individual or group being honored, and the date. The contents of the folder are contingent upon the type and size of event. A typical folder contains a diagram of the table and the names of guests at their designated positions. For events with a large number of guests, the folder contains a diagram of the set up of tables and lists of guests at the table. Guest lists, in the form of press releases, often are included in the folders.

Boxes:   100
Series:   Invitations | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1973
Description:   This series contains a miscellaneous collection of invitations produced by the Social Entertainments Office. There are blank invitations for dinners, entertainment, luncheons, and receptions. There is an assortment of finalized invitations, the majority of which are for events held outside the White House, such as the St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco, and even outside the country, such as the Romanian State House and the Wilanow Palace in Poland. Also included in this series are admittance cards and inserts that were included in formal invitations. (Admittance cards were required for guests to gain entry into events and inserts were placed in invitations to inform invitees as to the guest of honor.) As with the invitations, a majority of these cards and inserts were for those events taking place outside the White House. This series is arranged alphabetically by type of invitation.

Boxes:   101-105
Series:   Programs | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   The Programs series contains copies of programs distributed to guests at performances. Entertainers were invited to the White House for performances in honor of special guests, for an “Evening at the White House”, or other various events. Entertainers include solo perfomers, such as Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., Johnny Cash, Beverly Sills, David Frost, and Bob Hope or groups, such as the 5th Dimension, the United States Army Chorus, and the American Ballet Theater. These programs contain a biography of the entertainer(s) and a description of their performance. These programs represent the final product, but proofs and working papers may be found in the Social Entertainment files. The Programs series is arranged chronologically.

Boxes:   106
Series:   Cards | Folder Title List
Spans:   n/d
Description:   This series contains cards designed for a variety of purposes. The majority of this series is comprised of acknowledgement cards from President and Mrs. Nixon. These cards address certain events, such as the birth or adoption of a baby, marriage, graduation, or the attainment of an Eagle Scout award. This series also contains calling cards of the President and Mrs. Nixon, as well as President Nixon signature cards. These cards are all mass-produced and do not exhibit original signatures. The Cards series is arranged alphabetically by type of card.

Boxes:   107
Series:   Presidential Certificates | Folder Title List
Spans:   1970-1972; n/d
Description:   This series contains certificates presented to various individuals to convey thanks or honor an occasion. There are certificates of appreciation (e.g., for service during a Presidential visit), participation (e.g. Easter Egg Roll), and commendation (e.g. law enforcement officers.) Other types commemorate a flight on Air Force One or a visit to the Western White House. A majority of these certificates are blank; however, some have been made out to specific individuals. These include individuals identified with the success of the 1972 Republican National Convention, members of the 1972 Electoral College, officiants at Worship Services, and law enforcement officials. This series is arranged alphabetically by type of certificate.

Boxes:   108-109
Series:   Christmas Prints | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1970, 1972-1973
Description:   This series contains prints of former presidents’ portraits distributed to individuals from President and Mrs. Nixon at Christmastime. The creation and distribution of this gift fell under the Fox’s purview. This series only contains the prints for the years 1969, 1970, 1972, and 1973 (George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt, and James Monroe, respectively) and is arranged chronologically. See the Social Events series for more information regarding the distribution of the prints.

Boxes:   110
Series:   Mrs. Nixon's Recipes | Folder Title List
Spans:   n/d
Description:   This series is comprised of various recipes. Some recipes are printed with a White House graphic suggesting their distribution, while others are simply typed on plain paper. This series is arranged alphabetically by name of recipe.

Boxes:   111-113
Series:   Press Releases | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1970
Description:   This series contains guests lists released to the press for certain events. In some instances these lists were generated, but not released to the press. These releases are arranged chronologically. Many of these press releases are duplicated in the Social Events series.

Boxes:   114
Series:   Presidential Photographs | Folder Title List
Spans:   n/d
Description:   This series contains a variety of presidential photographs, as well as photographs of the First Lady and the First Family. A majority of the photographs have been mounted and many include the caption “With Best Wishes”, suggesting the Social Entertainments Office used these photographs to dispense as gifts or mementos, similar to the contents of the Presidential Certificates series.

Boxes:   115-116
Series:   Plaques | Folder Title List
Spans:   1973-1974
Description:   This series is a fugitive file accessioned into the Sanford Fox collection on March 16, 1977. It contains five inscribed plaques commemorating President Nixon’s stay at hotels in DC, Texas, Illinois, and Arizona.

Folder Title List

SOCIAL EVENTS

Box 1

January 20, 1969 – Reception – Inaugural (Family)
January 21, 1969 – Reception – Campaign Workers
January 25, 1969 – Luncheon – National Security Council
January 29, 1969 – Dinner (Small)
January 30, 1969 – Dinner (Small) and Movie on Apollo 8
January 31, 1969 – Diplomatic Reception
February 1, 1969 – Stag Dinner (Small)
February 10, 1969 – Stag Dinner – Menzies, Australia
February 11, 1969 – Stag Luncheon – Davis Cup Team
February 13, 1969 – Stag Dinner – H.E. Manilo Brosio, Secretary General of NATO
February 17, 1969 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Press Ladies
February 28, 1969 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Governors’ Wives
March 6, 1969 – Federal Woman’s Award Meeting
March 11, 1969 – Congressional Reception #1 (President & Mrs. Nixon)
March 12, 1969 – Congressional Reception #2 (President & Mrs. Nixon)
March 13, 1969 – Congressional Reception #3 (President & Mrs. Nixon)

Box 2

March 14, 1969 – Stag Dinner – Donald Kendall, National Alliance of Businessmen
March 15, 1969 – Dinner (Mrs. Nixon) – Wives of Gridiron Club Members
March 16, 1969 – Dinner – Mrs. Nixon’s Birthday (Surprise)
March 19, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Chowder& Marching Society
March 20, 1969 - Swearing-In Ceremony – Donald Jackson, ICC
March 20, 1969 – Stag Dinner – The Business Council (1 of 2)
March 20, 1969 – Stag Dinner – The Business Council (2 of 2)
March 24, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Canada (1 of 2)

Box 3

March 24, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Canada (2 of 2)
March 25, 1969 – Ceremony – Presentation of Medal to Mrs. Walt Disney
March 27, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) - Astronauts
March 31, 1969 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Foreign Dignitaries Attending Funeral of General Dwight D. Eisenhower
April 1, 1969 – Dinner – The Honorable John G. Gorton, PM of Australia; Postponed Due to Death of General Eisenhower – See: May 6, 1969
April 8, 1969 – Stag Dinner – King Hussein of Jordan
April 10, 1969 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – NATO Foreign Ministers’ Wives
April 10, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Ray Bliss (1 of 2)
April 10, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Ray Bliss (2 of 2)
April 11, 1969 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Foreign Ambassadors’ Wives (Mrs. Dobrynin, et al.)
April 11, 1969 – Stag Dinner – NATO Ministers

Box 4

April 13, 1969 – Reception – Republic National Committee
April 17, 1969 – Reception & Tour (The President) – League of Women Voters
April 18, 1969 – Reception – ASNE (American Society of Newspaper Editors)
April 23, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Chief Justice & Mrs. Warren
April 23, 1969 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for the Chief Justice & Mrs. Warren
April 28, 1969 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – Wives of Members of the National Academy of Sciences

Box 5

April 29, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Duke Ellington – 70th Birthday
April 29, 1969 – Entertainment – Following Duke Ellington Dinner
May 6, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – The Right Honorable Prime Minister of Australia & Mrs. Gorton
May 6, 1969 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for the Prime Minister & Mrs. Gorton
May 10, 1969 – Dinner-Dance (Patricia Nixon) – Masque Ball (1 of 2)

Box 6

May 10, 1969 – Dinner-Dance (Patricia Nixon) – Masque Ball (2 of 2)
May 11, 1969 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Her Imperial Highness Princess Ashraf of Iran
May 11, 1969 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – Film, Summer in the Parks
May 12, 1969 – Luncheon (The President) – Armed Forces
May 12, 1969 – Stag Dinner – Urban Coalition (1 of 2)
May 12, 1969 – Stag Dinner – Urban Coalition (2 of 2)
May 15, 1969 – Breakfast (The President) – Armed Forces
May 15, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Career Ambassadors, Murphy – Bohlen – Bruce - Thompson

Box 7

May 15, 1969 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for Career Ambassadors
May 16, 1969 – Cruise on Board the Patricia
May 19, 1969 – Luncheon – Senate Ladies (1 of 2)
May 19, 1969 – Luncheon – Senate Ladies (2 of 2)
May 20, 1969 – Luncheon (The President & Mrs. Nixon) – King and Queen of Belgium
May 26, 1969 – Stag Dinner – The Right Honorable Edward Heath
May 27, 1969 – Stag Dinner - Netherlands

Box 8

June 8, 1969 – Midway Island Conference
June 12, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – President of Colombia & Mrs. Lleras (1 of 2)
June 12, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – President of Colombia & Mrs. Lleras (2 of 2)
June 12, 1969 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for President of Colombia
June 25, 1969 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – American Ambassadors’ Wives
June 30, 1969 – Coffee (Mrs. Nixon) – “The Inaugural Story”
June 30, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – The Apollo 10 Astronauts
July 4, 1969 – Concert on South Lawn
July 8, 1969 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – American Ambassadors’ Wives
July 8, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia (1 of 2)
July 8, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia (2 of 2)

Box 9

July 8, 1969 – Entertainment – Following Ethiopia Dinner
July 9, 1969 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – Powder Puff Derby
July 16, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Executive Committee of Republican Governors Association
July 22, 1969 – Breakfast – Bi-Partisan Leadership
July 22, 1969 – Reception (President) – Centennial of Baseball (1 of 2)
July 22, 1969 – Reception (President) – Centennial of Baseball (2 of 2)
July 29, 1969 – Tea (Julie Eisenhower) – U.S. Attorneys’ Wives
August 3, 1969 – Luncheon (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Bucharest, Romania
August 7, 1969 – Dinner – H.E. Kurt George Kiesinger, Chancellor of the Federal Republic, Germany (1 of 2)

Box 10

August 7, 1969 – Dinner – H.E. Kurt George Kiesinger, Chancellor of the Federal Republic, Germany (2 of 2)
August 7, 1969 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for Chancellor of Germany
August 8, 1969 – Buffet-Supper (Mr. & Mrs. David Eisenhower, Patricia Nixon) – White House Interns
August 13, 1969 – Dinner – Apollo XI Astronauts (1 of 5)
August 13, 1969 – Dinner – Apollo XI Astronauts (2 of 5)
August 13, 1969 – Dinner – Apollo XI Astronauts (3 of 5)
August 13, 1969 – Dinner – Apollo XI Astronauts (4 of 5)

Box 11

August 13, 1969 – Dinner – Apollo XI Astronauts (5 of 5)
August 21, 1969 – Dinner – H.E. the President of the Republic of Korea and Mrs. Park (1 of 3)
August 21, 1969 – Dinner – H.E. the President of the Republic of Korea and Mrs. Park (2 of 3)
August 21, 1969 – Dinner – H.E. the President of the Republic of Korea and Mrs. Park (3 of 3)
September 4, 1969 – Dinner – Cabinet at Western White House

Box 12

September 16, 1969 – Coffee – Mrs. Nixon & Mrs. Holyoake (New Zealand)
September 16, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Prime Minister of New Zealand & Mrs. Holyoake
September 18, 1969 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Delegates to the UN General Assembly
September 25, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Her Excellency Golda Meir, Prime Minister of Israel
September 25, 1969 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for H.E. Golda Meir
October 2, 1969 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Wives of Officers Members& Guests of the International Bank for Reconstruction (IBRD), International Finance Corp. (IFC) & International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Box 13

October 7, 1969 – Dinner (The President) – His Highness Prince Souvanna Phouma, Prime Minister of Laos
October 10, 1969 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – American Ambassadors’ Wives
October 12, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – AP Board of Directors
October 16, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Law Partners
October 21, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Shahanshah of Iran
October 21, 1969 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for the Shahanshah of Iran
October 22, 1969 – Picnic & Military Parade Review – White House Staff and Families
October 29, 1969 – Pumpkin Carving Contest – White House Staff
October 30, 1969 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Foreign Ambassadors’ Wives (Cancelled.  See: November 21, 1969)
November 4, 1969 – Dinner (Stag) – His Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1 of 2)

Box 14

November 4, 1969 – Dinner (Stag) – His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (2 of 2)
November 5, 1969 – Luncheon (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Governor-Elect William T. Cahill (NJ); Governor-Elect Linwood Holton (VA)
November 5, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Apollo XI Astronauts
November 12, 1969 – Breakfast (Stag) - NATO
November 19, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Japan (H.E. the Prime Minister and Mrs. Sato), (1 of 2)
November 19, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Japan (H.E. the Prime Minister and Mrs. Sato), (2 of 2)
November 19, 1969 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for Prime Minister & Mrs. Sato
November 21, 1969 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Foreign Ambassadors’ Wives
November 27, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Thanksgiving for the Elderly
Christmas Cards – 1969

Box 15

December 1, 1969 – Dinner (Stag) – Directors of the Boys Club of America (1 of 2)
December 1, 1969 – Dinner (Stag) – Directors of the Boys Club of America (2 of 2)
December 3, 1969 – Luncheon – Governors (at the State Department)
December 3, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) - Governors
December 14, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Bob Hope Troupe
December 14, 1969 – Entertainment – Bob Hope Christmas Show

Box 16

December 16, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Elmer H. Bobst
December 17, 1969 – Open House (President & Mrs. Nixon) - Press
December 18, 1969 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Christmas Card Volunteers
December 19, 1969 – Christmas Reception – Cabinet & Sub-Cabinet
December 20, 1969 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Apollo 12 Astronauts
December 21, 1969 – Christmas Party
December 23, 1969 – Christmas Party – Diplomats’ Children
January 14, 1970 – Film – “Civilization”
January 17, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Honorable William McChesney Martin, Jr.
January 27, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – The Right Honorable Harold Wilson, Prime Minister of Great Britain & Mrs. Wilson

Box 17

January 27, 1979 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for the Right Honorable Harold Wilson, Prime Minister of Great Britain & Mrs. Wilson
January 28, 1970 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Committee for the Preservation of the White House
January 29, 1970 – Evening at the White House – Red Skelton
January 31, 1970 – Swearing-In Ceremony – Dr. Arthur Burns (Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System)
February 3, 1970 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – Press Ladies to View “Topaz”
February 7, 1970 – Breakfast (The President) – Secretary of State & Mrs. Rogers
February 17, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Gen. Lewis B. Hershey

Box 18

February 19, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Andrew Wyeth
February 19, 1970 – Entertainment – Following Andrew Wyeth
February 20, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – National Center for Voluntary Action
February 22, 1970 – Evening at the White House – “1776”
February 24, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – The President of the Republic of France & Madame Pompidou

Box 19

February 24, 1970 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for H.E. the President of France & Madame Pompidou
February 25, 1970 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – GOP Congressional Wives
March 5, 1970 – Dinner (Stag) – National Alliance Businessmen (1 of 2)
March 5, 1970 – Dinner (Stag) – National Alliance Businessmen (2 of 2)
March 10, 1970 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Foreign Ambassadors’ Wives
March 12, 1970 – Dinner (Stag) – Irving Kristol
March 14, 1970 – Dinner (Mrs. Nixon) – Members of Gridiron Club (Wives & Guests), (1 of 2)
March 14, 1970 – Dinner (Mrs. Nixon) – Members of Gridiron Club (Wives & Guests), (2 of 2)

Box 20

March 19, 1970 – Evening at the White House – Nichol Williamson
March 23, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Organization of African Unity States
April 4, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Duke & Duchess of Windsor
April 4, 1970 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for Duke & Duchess of Windsor 
April 10, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany & Mrs. Brandt (1 of 2)

Box 21

April 10, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany & Mrs. Brandt (2 of 2)
April 10, 1970 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for H.E. the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany & Mrs. Brandt
April 14, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Prime Minister of Denmark & Mrs. Baunsguard
April 17, 1970 – Evening at the White House – Johnny Cash
April 21, 1970 – Dinner (Stag) – Chiang Ching-Kuo (China)
April 22, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipients for Journalism

Box 22

April 22, 1970 – Ceremony – Presidential Medal of Freedom in Journalism
May 11, 1970 – Meeting (President Nixon) - Governors
May 11, 1970 – Dinner (Stag) – The Right Honorable Sir Alec Douglas-Home
May 22 1970 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Senate Ladies (1 of 2)
May 22, 1970 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Senate Ladies (2 of 2)
May 26, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – President of the Republic of Indonesia & Madame Soeharto

Box 23

May 27, 1970 – Luncheon (Stag) – Speaker McCormick
May 27, 1970 – Dinner (Stag) - Businessmen
May 28, 1970 – Concert (Tricia Nixon) – Children’s Concert on South Lawn
May 28, 1970 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – Unveiling of Madison Portrait
June 2, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – President of the Republic of Venezuela & Mrs. Caldera
June 9, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Apollo 13 Astronauts
July 7, 1970 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – OAS Ambassadors
July 10, 1970 – Dinner (Stag) – United Nations (Uthant)

Box 24

July 16, 1970 – Picnic (Tricia, Julie & David) – HRH the Prince Charles, KG, Prince of Wales; HRH the Princess Anne
July 16, 1970 – Dinner (Stag) - Businessmen
July 17, 1970 – Luncheon (Tricia, Julie & David) – HRH the Prince Charles, K.G., Prince of Wales; HRH the Princess Anne
July 17, 1970 – Dinner – Ambassador & Mrs. Annenberg
July 17, 1970 – Dance (Tricia Nixon & Julie Eisenhower) – Supper Dance (1 of 2)
July 17, 1970 – Dance (Tricia Nixon & Julie Eisenhower) – Supper Dance (2 of 2)
July 23, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – President Kek Konen of Finland
July 29, 1970 – Entertainment – Harkness Ballet on South Lawn

Box 25

August 4, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Democratic Republic of Congo & Mrs. Mobutu (1 of 2)
August 4, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Mrs. Mobutu (2 of 2)
August 10, 1970 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Bernard J. Lasker (1 of 2)
August 10, 1970 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Bernard J. Lasker (2 of 2)
August 19, 1970 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Kenya & Malagasy Republic
August 19, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) - Cabinet
August 21, 1970 – Luncheon (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
September 3, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – President of Mexico (1 of 2)

Box 26

September 3, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – President of Mexico (2 of 2)
September 7, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Labor Leaders
September 11, 1970 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – National Reading Council
September 22, 1970 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Mrs. Marcos (Philippines)
September 24, 1970 – Tea and Tour (Mrs. Nixon) – Labor Leader Wives
September 24, 1970 – Dinner (Stag) – Republican Candidates
October 1, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia & Mrs. Broz Tito
October 13, 1970 – Dinner (The President) – California-Political

Box 27

October 24, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – 25th Anniversary of the United Nations
October 26, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Council of State of the Socialist Republic of Romania & Mrs. Ceausescu (1 of 2)
October 26, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Council of State of the Socialist Republic of Romania & Mrs. Ceausescu (2 of 2)
November 5, 1970 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – Descendants of Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams
November 5, 1970 – Dinner (The President) – Lord Mountbatten, Chief of the Defense Staff (Great Britain), (1 of 2)

Box 28

November 5, 1970 – Dinner (The President) – Lord Mountbatten, Chief of the Defense Staff (Great Britain), (2 of 2)
November 13, 1970 – Luncheon (President & Mrs. Nixon) – President-Elect of Mexico & Mrs. Echeverria
November 18, 1970 – Dinner (Stag) – Kalmbach Group
November 19, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – President’s Advisory Council on Executive Organization (Ash Council)
November 20, 1970 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Committee for Preservation of the White House
November 24, 1970 – Breakfast (The President) – H.E. the Vice President of the Republic of Vietnam
November 25, 1970 – Coffee (Mrs. Nixon) – “Living White House”
November 26, 1970 – Dinner – Thanksgiving Dinner for Wounded Servicemen & Women in Area Hospitals
Christmas – 1970
Christmas Cards – 1970
December 8, 1970 – Dinner (Stag) – King Hussein of Jordan
December 14, 1970 – Reception – Congressional Reception #1
December 15, 1970 – Breakfast – Congressional Breakfast
December 15, 1970 – Reception – Congressional Reception #2

Box 29

December 16, 1970 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – WNPC & ANWC (Press Ladies)
December 17, 1970 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Prime Minister Heath (Great Britain)
December 18, 1970 – Luncheon (The President) – Prime Minister Heath (Great Britain)
December 18, 1970 – Christmas Evening at the White House – David Frost
December 19, 1970 – Christmas Open House – White House Staff, Families
December 20, 1970 – Christmas Open House – White House Staff, Families
December 21, 1970 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Volunteers (Christmas Cards)
December 21, 1970 – Christmas Open House – Cabinet / Sub-Cabinet
December 22, 1970 – Christmas Party – Diplomatic Children
December 23, 1970 – Residence Staff – Christmas Party

Box 30

December 23, 1970 – Open House – Press Corps
January 15, 1971 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Republican National Committee
January 19, 1971 – Reception – Smithsonian Institute
January 26, 1971 – (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Prince Juan Carlos of Spain
January 28, 1971 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Congressional Newcomers
February 2, 1971 – Evening at the White House – Beverly Sills

Box 31

February 8, 1971 – Reception – Diplomatic (1 of 2)
February 8, 1971 – Reception Diplomatic (2 of 2)
February 10, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Alice Roosevelt Longworth
February 17, 1971 – Reception – Military (1 of 2)
February 17, 1971 – Reception – Military (2 of 2)
February 18, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Prime Minister of Colombo, Italy

Box 32

February 23, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) - Governors
February 26, 1971 – Reception – John Adams Portrait Presentation
March 1, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Apollo 14 Astronauts
March 9, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Small/Private
March 16, 1971 – Evening at the White House – Prime Minister & Mrs. Lynch, Ireland (1 of 2)

Box 33

March 16, 1971 – Evening at the White House, Prime Minister & Mrs. Lynch, Ireland (2 of 2)
March 19, 1971 – Reception (Stag) – National Alliance of Businessmen
March 23, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Voluntary Action Committee, Etherington
March 25, 1971 – Dinner (Stag) - Businessmen
April 5, 1971 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Senate Ladies (1 of 2)
April 5, 1971 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Senate Ladies (2 of 2)

Box 34

April 6, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Latin American Ambassadors
April 8, 1971 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – Domestic Briefing  
April 8, 1971 – Dinner (Stag) - Businessmen
April 22, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – King Hassan of Morocco (Cancelled)
May 3, 1971 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Congressional Wives # 1
May 7, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Salute to Agriculture

Box 35

May 7, 1971 – Entertainment – Following “Salute to Agriculture” Dinner
May 10, 1971 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Congressional Wives # 2
May 24, 1971 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Congressional Wives # 3
May 27, 1971 – Luncheon (Stag) – King Faisal, Saudi Arabia
June 2, 1971 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – West Point Graduate Class of 1946 & President of Nicaragua (Anastasio Somaya Debnyle)
June 3, 1971 - Breakfast
June 3, 1971 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – 80th Congressional Club  
June 10, 1971 – Supper Buffet (Miss Patricia Nixon) – Wedding Party
June 12, 1971 – Wedding Reception – Patricia Nixon & Edward Finch Cox (1 of 5)

Box 36

June 12, 1971 – Wedding Reception – Patricia Nixon & Edward Cox Finch (2 of 5)
June 12, 1971 - Wedding Reception – Patricia Nixon & Edward Cox Finch (3 of 5)
June 12, 1971 - Wedding Reception – Patricia Nixon & Edward Cox Finch (4 of 5)
June 12, 1971 -Wedding Reception – Patricia Nixon & Edward Cox Finch (5 of 5)
June 15, 1971 – Dinner (The President) – H.E. Willy Brandy, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany

Box 37

June 22, 1971 – Dinner (The President) - Businessmen
June 23, 1971 – Reception (The President) – National Association of Broadcasters
June 24, 1971 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Committee for the Preservation of the White House
June 28, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Chowder & Marching Society
June 29, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Postmaster General& Mrs. Blount
July 2, 1971 – Luncheon (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Mrs. Velasco, Wife of President of Peru
August 18, 1971 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – For Press on Her Trip to Parks
September 10, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Joint United States-Japan Committee on Trade & Economic Affairs
September 16, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Apollo 15 Astronauts
September 21, 1971 – Reception (The President) – Automobile Racing
September 29, 1971 – Ceremony (President) – Presentation of Medal of Freedom to H.E. Brasio, Secretary-General, NATO

Box 38

September 29, 1971 – Reception (Stag) – IMF, IBRD, IFC
September 30, 1971 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – International Monetary Fund & IRBD Wives (1 of 2)
September 30, 1971 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – International Monetary Fund & IRBD Wives (2 of 2)
October 19, 1971 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Her Excellency Sirimavo Bandaranaike, PM of Ceylon
October 19, 1971 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – 19th Annual Landscape Awards (1 of 2)
October 19, 1971 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – 19th Annual Landscape Awards (2 of 2)

Box 39

October 22, 1971 – Dinner (The President) – H.E. Nobusuke Kishi, Former Prime Minister of Japan
October 25, 1971 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Her Majesty the Queen of Malaysia (Tunku Bahiya)
October 28, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia & Mrs. Broz Tito (1 of 2)
October 28, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia & Mrs. Broz Tito (2 of 2)
October 28, 1971 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for the President of Yugoslavia
November 2, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Prime Minister of Australia & Mrs. McMahon
November 2, 1971 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for Prime Minister of Australia

Box 40

November 4, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister of India
November 4, 1971 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for Prime Minister of India
November 18, 1971 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Mrs. Douglas Cornel (Helen Thomas)
Christmas Cards - 1971
Christmas Gift Print – 1971
December 6, 1971 – Dinner (Stag) – Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada

Box 41

December 7, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Federative Republic of Brazil & Mrs. Medici (1 of 2)
December 7, 1971 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Federative Republic of Brazil & Mrs. Medici (2 of 2)
December 7, 1971 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for President of Brazil
December 14, 1971 – Open House - Congressional
December 16, 1971 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Christmas Card Envelope Volunteers
December 17, 1971 – Open House - Press
December 20, 1971 – Open House – Sub-Cabinet
December 21, 1971 – Party – Christmas – Embassy Children & THIS Committee
December 25, 1971 – Christmas Day – First Family Dinner

Box 42

December 28, 1971 – Dinner (President) – Chancellor Willy Brandy of Germany in Key Biscayne
January 6, 1972 – Dinner (President) – H.E. the Prime Minister of Japan (Sato) in San Clemente
January 20, 1972 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) - Cabinet
January 28, 1972 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Mr. & Mrs. DeWitt Wallace
January 28, 1972 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for Mr. & Mrs. DeWitt Wallace
February 1, 1972 – Dinner (Stag) – Republican Governors
February 8, 1972 – Breakfast (Stag) – Congressional Leadership
February 14, 1972 – Dinner (Stag) – H.E. Andrew Malbraux - France
February 17-28, 1972 – China Visit
March 21, 1972 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – The Prime Minister of Turkey & Mrs. Erim (1 of 2)

Box 43

March 21, 1972 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – The Prime Minister of Turkey & Mrs. Erim (2 of 2)
March 21, 1972 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for H.E. the Prime Minister of the Republic of Turkey & Mrs. Erim
March 28, 1972 – Dinner (Stag) – King Hussein of Jordan
March 29, 1972 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Dinner for Alice Longworth
April 10, 1972 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – Tree Planting
April 10, 1972 – Reception – National Alliance of Businessmen
April 15, 1972 – Dinner – OAS Representatives & Their Wives

Box 44

April 15, 1972 – Entertainment – Following OAS Dinner
April 20, 1972 – Reception – American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE)
April 25, 1972 – Dinner (The President) – Retiring Members of Congress (1 of 2)
April 25, 1972 – Dinner (The President) – Retiring Members of Congress (2 of 2)
May 8, 1972 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Senate Ladies (1 of 2)

Box 45

May 8, 1972 – Luncheon (Mrs. Nixon) – Senate Ladies (2 of 2)
May 9, 1972 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – 35th Reunion, Duke University Law School, Class of 1937
May 15, 1972 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Opening of Blue Room
May 19, 1972 – Reception (Stag) – Press Reception Prior to Russia Trip
May 20, 1972 – June 1, 1972 – Austria-Russia-Iran-Poland Visit
May 26, 1972 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Moscow, USSR
May 31, 1972 – Luncheon (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Their Imperial Majesties, The Shah of Iran & the Empress of Iran

Box 46

June 1, 1972 – Luncheon (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Wilanow Palace, Poland
June 12, 1972 – Swearing-In Ceremony – George Schultz, Secretary of the Treasury; Richard Kleindeist, Attorney General; Casper Weinberger, Director - OMB
June 15, 1972 – Dinner – President of Mexico & Mrs. Echeverria (1 of 2)
June 15, 1972 – Dinner – President of Mexico & Mrs. Echeverria (2 of 2)
June 15, 1972 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for President of Mexico & Mrs. Echeverria
June 30, 1972 – Luncheon (Julie Eisenhower) – Needlepoint

Box 47

July 1, 1972 – Bridal Shower (Julie Eisenhower) – For Miss Dabney Hibbert
July 20, 1972 - Breakfast
July 21, 1972 - Breakfast
August 1, 1972 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Secret Service, White House Detail
August 8, 1972 – Dinner (The President) – At Camp David
August 27, 1972 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – At Casa Pacifica, San Clemente, California (1 of 3)
August 27, 1972 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – At Casa Pacifica, San Clemente, California (2 of 3)
August 27, 1972 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – At Casa Pacifica, San Clemente, California (3 of 3)
August 31, 1972 – Dinner – Prime Minister of Japan, Kakuei Tamaka (in Hawaii)
September 12, 1972 – Breakfast (The President) – Cabinet & Republican Congressional Leadership
September 29, 1972 – Dinner (The President) – Sir Alex Douglas-Home (England)

Box 48

October 2, 1972 – Dinner (The President) – Andrey Gromyko (Russia)
October 6, 1972 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – National Advisory Committee, Committee for the Re-Election of the President
October 10, 1972 – Breakfast (Stag) – Cabinet, Congress, Staff, RNC
October 20, 1972 – Ceremony – Revenue-Sharing Signing Ceremony at Independence Hall, Philadelphia (1 of 2)
October 20, 1972 – Ceremony – Revenue-Sharing Signing Ceremony at Independence Hall, Philadelphia (2 of 2)
October 27, 1972 – Reception – American Ethnic Press & Leaders
December 12, 1972 – Reception – Preceding Blair House Dinner
December 13, 1972 – Reception – Preceding Blair House Dinner
December 14, 1972 – Reception – Preceding Blair House Dinner 
December 15, 1972 – Reception – Prior to Christmas Tree Lighting
December 16, 1972 – Dinner – Cabinet

Box 49

December 16, 1972 – Entertainment - Young Voters                      
December 1972 – Christmas Cards
December 1972 – Christmas Gift Print
December 18, 1972 – Party – Diplomatic Children’s Party (THIS)
December 18, 1972 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Alice Roosevelt Longworth
December 19, 1972 – Reception – Surrogates & Campaign Staff
December 21-22, 1972 – Christmas Activities
January 5, 1973 – Breakfast – Congressional
January 5, 1973 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Freshman Congressmen
January 9, 1973 – Dinner – President’s 60th Birthday
January 20, 1973 – Coffee (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Prior to Departure for Capitol for Inaugural Ceremonies
January 21, 1973 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) –Nixon-Ryan Families

Box 50

January 21, 1973 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Republican National Committee
January 31, 1973 – Dinner – Former PM Sato & Mrs.
February 1, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Prime Minister Heath of Great Britain
February 1, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Heath Dinner
February 6, 1973 – Dinner – King Hussein I & Queen Alia
February 6, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Hussein Dinner
February 8, 1973 – Breakfast - Cabinet
February 22, 1973 – Breakfast
February 22, 1973 – Reception - Congressional

Box 51

February 28, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Governors’ Dinner
March 1, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Golda Meir (Israel)
March 1, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Golda Meir Dinner
March 3, 1973 – Evening at the White House
March 6, 1973 – Dinner (Stag)

Box 52

March 7, 1973 – Stag Dinner
March 15, 1973 – Tea/Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – Ambassadors’ Wives
March 17, 1973 – Evening at the White House (1 of 2)
March 17, 1973 – Evening at the White House (2 of 2)
April 2-7, 1973- Visit – H.E. Nguyen Van Thieu, president of the Republic of Vietnam & Mrs. Thieu / Dinner, Reception – San Clemente
April 10, 1973 – Dinner (The President & Mrs. Nixon) – The Honorable the Prime Minister of Singapore & Mrs. Lew Kuan Yew

Box 53

April 10, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Singapore Dinner
April 12, 1973 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – American Association of Nurserymen
April 12, 1973 – Reception (Stag) – Congress, “Veto” Bill
April 13, 1973 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Delegates to OAS General Assembly
April 17, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian Republic & Mrs. Andreotti (Guilio)
April 17, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Italian Dinner
April 23, 1973 – Easter Egg Roll
April 27, 1973 – Reception – Secretaries’ Reception, Hostess: Rose Woods
May 1, 1973 – Dinner – H.E. the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Willy Brandt

Box 54

May 1, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for H.E. Chancellor Willy Brandt
May 7, 1973 – Luncheon – Senate Ladies Luncheon (1 of 2)
May 7, 1973 – Luncheon – Senate Ladies Luncheon (2 of 2)
May 15, 1973 – Dinner – Haile Selassie I, Ethiopia
May 15, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for Haile Selassie
May 24, 1973 – Dinner – P.O.W.’s & Wives #1 (1 of 2)

Box 55

May 24, 1973 – Dinner – P.O.W.’s & Wives #1 (2 of 2)
May 24, 1973 – P.O.W. Dinner #2
June 4, 1973 – Luncheon – Committee for the Preservation of the White House
June 5, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Republic of Liberia & Mrs. Tolbert
June 5, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for the President of Republic of Liberia & Mrs. Tolbert
June 6, 1973 – Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Mrs. Tolbert of Liberia

Box 56

June 18, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. The General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
June 18, 1973 – Entertainment - Brezhnev
June 23, 1973 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. Leonid I Brezhnev-USSR (Reception at La Case Pacifica)
July 17, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan & Mrs. Bhutto (Cancelled)
July 17, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for President Bhutto of Pakistan (Cancelled)

Box 57

July 24, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Their Imperial Majesties of the Shahanshah & the Empress of Japan
July 24, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Iran Dinner
July 31, 1973 – Dinner - H.E. Kakuei Tanaka, Prime Minister of Japan
July 31, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Tanaka Dinner

Box 58

September 18, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the Prime Minister of Pakistan & Begum Bhutto (1 of 2)
September 18, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the Prime Minister of Pakistan & Begum Bhutto (2 of 2)
September 18, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Pakistan Dinner
September 27, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Prime Minister Kirk – New Zealand
October 9, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Republic of Ivory Coast and Mrs. Houphouet-Boigny

Box 59

October 9, 1973 – Entertainment – Ivory Coast
October 10, 1973 – Reception/Tea (Mrs. Nixon) – Mrs. Felix Houphouet-Boigny, Wife of the President of the Ivory Coast
October 15, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Former Secretary of State and Mrs. Rogers
October 15, 1973 – Entertainment - Secretary & Mrs. Rogers
November 12, 1973 – Breakfast – Republican Coordinating Committee
November 13, 1973 – Reception – Africa Drought Nations – Wives of Ambassadors
December 4, 1973 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – H.E. the President of the Council of State of the Socialist Republic of Romania & Mrs. Ceauescu

Box 60

December 4, 1973 – Entertainment – Following Romania Dinner
December 17, 1973 – Diplomatic Children’s Party
December 18, 1973 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – Residence Staff
December 19, 1973 – Christmas Open House – White House Staff
December 20, 1973 – Congressional Christmas Open House – Members and Families
December 26, 1973 – Candlelight Tour – WH Staff & Families
Christmas Cards – 1973
Christmas Prints – 1973
February 11, 1974 – Dinner (Stag) – Oil Users

Box 61

February 26, 1974 – Dinner, US-USSR Trade & Economic Council
February 28, 1974 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon), Congressional Dinner & Movie         
March 1, 1974 - Dinner, Congressional Supporters, Followed by Movie “Friendly Persuasion”
March 7, 1974 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) - Governors
March 7, 1974 – Entertainment – Following Governors’ Dinner
March 26, 1974 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Honorable & Mrs. Laird
March 26, 1974 – Entertainment – Following Dinner for Hon. Melvin R. Laird

Box 62

April 4, 1974 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Chowder & Marching Society
April 5, 1974 – Reception (Mrs. Nixon) – 21st Annual Landscape Award Ceremony
April 11, 1974 – Dinner - Algeria
April 15, 1974 – Easter Egg Roll
April 17, 1974 – Dinner (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Latin American Foreign Ministers
April 25, 1974 – Reception (President & Mrs. Nixon) – Republican National Committee
May 13, 1974 – Luncheon- Senate Ladies (1 of 2)
May 13, 1974 – Luncheon – Senate Ladies (2 of 2)

Box 63

June 6, 1974 – Luncheon – Saudi Arabia, Prince Fahd
June 13, 1974 – Visit – Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Israel / Dinner – Egypt
June 24, 1974 – Reception – Wives of Chiefs of Mission
June 26, 1974 – Reception in Brussels (Visit, June 25 &26, 1974)
July 2, 1974 – President & Mrs. Nixon’s Trip to the USSR – Dinner (Visit June 27 – July 3, 1974)

SOCIAL NAME FILE

Box 64

Aaron – Bond, John

Box 65

Bond, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny – Collier, Mr. and Mrs. Harold P.

Box 66

Collier, Mr. Phil – Ehrlichman, Mr. Peter

Box 67

Ehrman, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. – Gorman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.

Box 68

Gorry, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. – Horsburgh, Mr. Charles Robert, Jr.

Box 69

Horton, Rep. & Mrs. Frank – Land, Vice Admiral Emory S.

Box 70

Landau, Mr. and Mrs. George – McDavid, Hon. (Mayor) C.W.

Box 71

McDermott, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene – O’Malley, Major Gen. Charles S., Jr.

Box 72

O’Malley, Mr. Patrick – Roha, Mr. Michael R.

Box 73

Rohan, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. – Srull, Mr. and Mrs. Donald W.

Box 74

Staats, Hon. & Mrs. Elmer B. – Ware, Mr. Richard A.

Box 75

Warfield, Mr. & Mrs. J. Davidge – Finland

Box 76

France – Zambia

WORSHIP SERVICES

Box 77

January 26, 1969 at 11:00 am
February 2, 1969 at 11:00 am
March 16, 1969 at 11:00 am
April 27, 1969 at 11:00 am
May 4, 1969 at 11:00 am
May 25, 1969 at 10:00 am
June 15, 1969 at 11:00 am
June 29, 1969 at 11:00 am

Box 78

July 13, 1969 at 11:00 am
July 20, 1969 at 11:00 am
September 21, 1969 at 11:00 am
September 28, 1969 at 11:00 am
November 16, 1969 at 11:00 am
December 14, 1969 at 11:30 am (Christmas Worship Service, Congressional)
December 21, 1969 at 11:30 am (Christmas Worship Service)
January 11, 1970 at 11:00 am

Box 79

February 1, 1970 at 11:00 am
February 8, 1970 at 11:30 am
March 15, 1970 at 11:30 am
April 15, 1970 at 11:30 am
April 19, 1970 at 11:30 am (Cancelled)
April 26, 1970 at 11:30 am
May 10, 1970 at 11:30 am

Box 80

September 13, 1970 at 11:30 am
October 18, 1970 at 11:30 am
November 22, 1970 at 11:30 am
December 20, 1970 at 11:30 am
January 24, 1971 at 11:30 am
February 7, 1971 at 11:30 am
March 7, 1971 at 11:30 am
April 18, 1971 at 11:30 am

Box 81

May 9, 1971 at 11:30 am
September 12, 1971 at 11:30 am
October 10, 1971 at 11:30 am
November 14, 1971 at 11:30 am
March 19, 1972 at 11:30 am
December 17, 1972 at 11:30 am
January 21, 1973 at 11:00 am

Box 82

February 25, 1973 at 11:30 am
March 11, 1973 at 11:30 am
April 15, 1973 at 11:30 am
October 14, 1973 at 11:30 am
December 16, 1973 at 11:30 am
March 17, 1974 at 11:30 am
Past Date Invite Lists

WORSHIP SERVICE FILE

Box 83

Cabinet:  Brennan, Hon. & Mrs. Peter J. – Bonin, Hon. & Mrs. Edward J

Box 84

Bonoccolto, Dr. & Mrs. Giralamo – Gwin, Miss Diana

Box 85

Haberman, Rabbi & Mrs. Joshua – Moss, Mr. and Mrs. Chase

Box 86

Moss, Mr. Leo – Tyser, Mr. & Mrs. Henri

Box 87

Uccello, Miss Antonina P. – Zylstra, Mr. & Mrs. Ivan E.

ACTIVITIES, PROGRAMS, AND MENUS

Box 88

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

Box 89

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

Box 90

June 1971
June 1971 – Tricia Nixon –Ed Cox White House Wedding, 6/12/71
July 1971
September 1971
October 1971
November 1971
December 1971
January 1972
February 1972
March 1972
April 1972
May 1972
June 1972
July 1972 [Empty]
August 1972 [Empty]
September 1972 [Empty]
October 1972 [Empty]
November 1972 [Empty]
December 1972 [Empty]
January 1973
February 1973

MENUS

Box 91

September 30, 1965 – Dinner
January 26, 1966 – Dinner
March 30, 1966 – Dinner
September 14, 1966 – Dinner
March 9, 1967 – Luncheon
August 15, 1967 – Dinner
February 10, 1969 – Dinner
February 16, 1969 – Luncheon
February 17, 1969 – Luncheon
February 28, 1969 – Luncheon
March 14, 1969 – Dinner
March 15, 1969 – Dinner
March 16, 1969 – Dinner
March 19, 1969 – Dinner
March 24, 1969 – Dinner
April 8, 1969 – Dinner
April 10, 1969 – Dinner
April 11, 1969 – Dinner
April 23, 1969 – Dinner
April 29, 1969 – Dinner
May 6, 1969 – Dinner
May 12, 1969 – Dinner
May 15, 1969 – Dinner
May 19, 1969 – Luncheon
May 20, 1969 – Luncheon
May 27, 1969 – Dinner
June 8, 1969 – Luncheon
June 12, 1969 – Dinner
June 30, 1969 – Dinner
July 8, 1969 – Dinner
July 16, 1969 – Dinner
August 3, 1969 – Luncheon
August 7, 1969 – Dinner
August 13, 1969 – Dinner
August 21, 1969 – Dinner
September 16, 1969 – Dinner
September 25, 1969 – Dinner
October 7, 1969 – Dinner
October 12, 1969 – Dinner
October 16, 1969 – Dinner
October 21, 1969 – Dinner
November 4, 1969 – Dinner
November 19, 1969 – Dinner
December 1, 1969 – Dinner
December 3, 1969 – Dinner
December 14, 1969 – Dinner
December 16, 1969 – Dinner
December 20, 1969 – Dinner

Box 92

January 17, 1970 – Dinner
January 27, 1970 – Dinner
January 28, 1970 – Luncheon                        
February 17, 1970 – Dinner
February 19, 1970 – Dinner
February 20, 1970 – Dinner
February 24, 1970 – Dinner
March 5, 1970 – Dinner
March 14, 1970 – Dinner
March 23, 1970 – Dinner
April 4, 1970 – Dinner
April 10, 1970 – Dinner
April 14, 1970 – Dinner
April 21, 1970 – Dinner
April 22, 1970 – Dinner
May 11, 1970 – Dinner
May 22, 1970 – Luncheon
May 26, 1970 – Dinner
May 27, 1970 – Luncheon
May 27, 1970 – Dinner
June 2, 1970 – Dinner
June 9, 1970 – Dinner
July 10, 1970 – Dinner
July 18, 1970 – Luncheon
July 18, 1970 – Dinner
July 23, 1970 – Dinner
August 4, 1970 – Dinner
August 19, 1970 – Dinner
August 21, 1970 – Luncheon
September 3, 1970 – Dinner
September 7, 1970 – Dinner
September 22, 1970 – Luncheon
September 24, 1970 – Dinner
October 1, 1970 – Dinner
October 13, 1970 – Dinner
October 24, 1970 – Dinner
October 26, 1970 – Dinner
November 5, 1970 – Dinner
November 13, 1970 – Luncheon
November 18, 1970 – Dinner
November 19, 1970 – Dinner

Box 93

November 20, 1970 – Luncheon
December 8, 1970 – Dinner
December 17, 1970 – Dinner
December 18, 1970 – Luncheon
January 26, 1971 – Luncheon
February 18, 1971 – Dinner
February 23, 1971 – Dinner
March 1, 1971 – Dinner
March 25, 1971 – Dinner
April 5, 1971 – Luncheon
April 6, 1971 – Dinner
April 8, 1971 – Dinner
May 3, 1971 – Luncheon
May 7, 1971 – Dinner
May 10, 1971 – Dinner
May 24, 1971 – Luncheon
May 27, 1971 – Luncheon
June 2, 1971 – Dinner
June 15, 1971 – Dinner
June 22, 1971 – Dinner
June 24, 1971 – Luncheon
June 28, 1971 – Dinner
June 29, 1971 – Dinner
July 2, 1971 – Luncheon
September 10, 1971 – Luncheon
September 16, 1971 – Dinner
October 22, 1971 – Dinner
October 28, 1971 – Dinner
November 2, 1971 – Dinner
November 4, 1971 – Dinner
November 18, 1971 – Luncheon
December 6, 1971 – Dinner
December 7, 1941 – Dinner
January 20, 1972 – Dinner
January 28, 1972 – Dinner
February 1, 1972 – Dinner
February 14, 1972 – Dinner
March 21, 1972 – Dinner

Box 94

March 28, 1972 – Dinner
April 15, 1972 – Dinner
April 25, 1972 – Dinner
May 8, 1972 – Luncheon
May 9, 1972 – Dinner
May 26, 1972 – Dinner
May 31, 1972 – Luncheon
June 1, 1972 – Luncheon
June 15, 1972 – Dinner
June 30, 1972 – Luncheon
August 31, 1972 – Dinner
September 29, 1972 – Dinner
October 2, 1972 – Dinner
December 16, 1972 – Dinner
January 19, 1973 – Dinner
January 31, 1973 – Dinner
February 1, 1973 – Dinner
February 6, 1973 – Dinner
February 28, 1973 – Dinner
March 1, 1973 – Dinner
March 6, 1973 – Dinner
March 7, 1973 – Dinner
April 3, 1973 – Luncheon
April 10, 1973 – Dinner
April 17, 1973 – Dinner
May 1, 1973 – Dinner
May 7, 1973 – Luncheon
May 15, 1973 – Dinner
May 24, 1973 – Dinner
June 4, 1973 – Luncheon
June 5, 1973 – Dinner
June 18, 1973 – Dinner

Box 95

July 17, 1973 – Dinner
July 24, 1973 – Dinner
July 31, 1973 – Dinner
September 18, 1973 – Dinner
September 27, 1973 – Dinner
October 9, 1973 – Dinner
October 15, 1973 – Dinner
December 4, 1973 – Dinner
February 11, 1974 – Dinner
February 26, 1974 – Dinner
February 28, 1974 – Dinner
March 1, 1974 – Dinner
March 7, 1974 – Dinner
March 26, 1974 – Dinner
April 4, 1974 – Dinner
April 17, 1974 – Dinner
May 13, 1974 – Luncheon
June 6, 1974 – Luncheon
June 13, 1974 – Dinner
July 2, 1974 – Dinner

SEATING CHARTS

Box 96

January 25, 1969 – Luncheon – National Security Council
January 29, 1969 – Dinner – Small Dinner
January 30, 1969 – Dinner – The Astronauts
February 10, 1969 – Dinner – Small Dinner
February 11, 1969 – Luncheon – Davis Cup Team
February 13, 1969 – Dinner – Manilo Brosio, Secretary General of NATO
February 28, 1969 – Luncheon – Governors’ Wives
March 16, 1969 – Dinner – Mrs. Nixon’s Surprise Birthday Party
March 24, 1969 – Dinner – Canada, Prime Minister Trudeau
March 27, 1969 – Small Dinner – Astronauts
April 8, 1969 – Dinner – Jordan, His Majesty…Hussein I
April 10, 1969 – Dinner – Ray Bliss
April 11, 1969 – Dinner – NATO
April 23, 1969 – Dinner – Chief Justice Warren
April 29, 1969 – Dinner – Duke Ellington’s 70th Birthday Celebration
May 6, 1969 – Dinner – Australia, The Prime Minister and Mrs. Gordon
May 12, 1969 – Luncheon
May 15, 1969 – Breakfast
May 15, 1969 – Dinner – Urban Coalition
May 19, 1969 – Luncheon – Senate Ladies
May 20, 1969 – Luncheon – His Majesty Baudouin I, King of the Belgians and Her Majesty the Queen
May 25, 1969 – Breakfast – His Eminence Terence Cardinal Cooke
May 26, 1969 – Dinner – Great Britain, The Right Honorable Edward Heath
May 29, 1969 – Dinner – The Netherlands
June 12, 1969 – Dinner – Columbia, H.E. The President of Columbia
June 30, 1969 – Dinner – The Apollo 10 Astronauts
July 8, 1969 – Dinner – Ethiopia, His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia
July 16, 1969 – Dinner – Executive Committee of Republican Governors Association
July 22, 1969 – Breakfast – Congressman and some others
August 7, 1969 – Dinner – Germany, His Excellency Kurt Georg Kiesinger
August 13, 1969 – Dinner at the Century Plaza Hotel Honoring the Apollo Astronauts; Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins
August 21, 1969 – Dinner – Korea, His Excellency the President of Korea and Mrs. Park
September 16, 1969 – Dinner – New Zealand, In Honor of the Right Honorable The Prime Minister of New Zealand and Mrs. Holyoke
September 25, 1969 – Dinner – Israel, In Honor of Her Excellency Golda Meir, Prime Minister of Israel
October 7, 1969 – Dinner – Laos, His Highness Prince Souvana
October 12, 1969 – Dinner – Associated Press
October 16, 1969 – Dinner – Former Law Partners
October 21, 1969 – Dinner – Iran, His Imperial Majesty the Shahanshah of Iran
November 4, 1969 – Dinner – The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
November 5, 1969 – Luncheon – Governor-elects, Linwood Holton & William T. Cahill
November 5, 1969 – Dinner – Apollo 11 Astronauts
November 12, 1969 – Breakfast – NATO Nuclear Planning Group
November 19, 1969 – Dinner – Prime Minister Sato of Japan
December 3, 1969 – Dinner – Governors
December 16, 1969 – Dinner – Honoring Elmer H. Bobst on his 85th Birthday
December 20, 1969 – Dinner – Apollo 11 Astronauts and Wives

Box 97

January 17, 1970 – Dinner – Honoring William McChesney Martin
January 27, 1970 – Dinner – The Right Honorable Harold Wilson, Prime Minister of Great Britain and Mrs. Wilson
January 28, 1970 – Luncheon – Committee for the Preservation of the White House
February 7, 1970 – Breakfast – Secretary of State Prior to Leaving for His Africa Trip
February 17, 1970 – Dinner – Honoring General Lewis B. Hershey
February 19, 1970 – Dinner – Honoring Artist Andrew Wyeth
February 20, 1970 – Dinner – National Center for Voluntary Action
February 24, 1970 – Dinner – France, His Excellency the President of France and Madame Pompidou
March 5, 1970 – Dinner – National Alliance of Businessmen
March 12, 1970 – Dinner – Honoring Irving Kristal
March 14, 1970 – Dinner – Wives and Guests of Gridiron Club Members
March 23, 1970 – Dinner – Organization of African Unity
April 4, 1970 – Dinner – Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Windsor
April 10, 1970 – Dinner – Germany, His Excellency, The Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and Mrs. Brandt
April 14, 1970 – Dinner – Denmark, H.E. The Prime Minister of Denmark and Mrs. Baunsgaard
April 21, 1970 – Dinner – Chinese, Stag Dinner for Chiang Ching-Kao
April 22, 1970 – Dinner – Medal of Freedom Recipients
May 11, 1970 – Dinner – Honoring the Rt. Hon. Sir Alec Douglas-Home
May 22, 1970 – Luncheon – Senate Ladies Luncheon
May 26, 1970 – Dinner – Indonesia, H.E. The President of the Republic of Indonesia and Madame Soeharto
May 27, 1970 – Luncheon – Honoring Speaker McCormack
May 27, 1970 – Dinner – Businessmen
June 2, 1970 – Dinner – Venezuela
June 9, 1970 – Dinner – Apollo 13 Astronauts
July 10, 1970 – Dinner – The 25th Anniversary of the Signing of the United States Charter
July 23, 1970 – Dinner – Honoring H.E. Urho Kekkonen, President of Finland
August 4, 1970 – Dinner – His Excellency the President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Mrs. Mobutu
September 3, 1970 – Dinner at the Hotel Coronado, Coronado, California, Honoring Gustavo Diaz Ordaz, President of the United Mexican States
September 7, 1970 – Dinner – Labor Leaders
September 22, 1970 – Luncheon – Given by Mrs. Nixon in Honor of Mrs. Marcos of the Philippines
September 24, 1970 – Dinner – Stag
October 13, 1970 – Dinner – Private
October 24, 1970 – Dinner – 25th Anniversary of the United Nations
October 26, 1970 – Dinner – His Excellency The President of the Council of the Socialist Republic of Romania and Mrs. Ceausescu
November 5, 1970 – Dinner – The Earl Mountbatten of Burma, K.G.
November 13, 1970 – Luncheon – The President Elect of the United States and Mrs. Echeveria
November 18, 1970 – Dinner – The Kalmbach Group
November 19, 1970 – Dinner – Ash Council
November 20, 1970 – Luncheon – Committee for the Preservation of the White House
November 24, 1970 – Breakfast – In Honor of the Vice President of the Republic of Vietnam
December 8, 1970 – Dinner – Jordan, His Majesty Hussein I, King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
December 15, 1970 – Breakfast
December 17, 1970 – Dinner – The Rt. Honorable Edward Heath, M.B.E., M.P., Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Box 98

January 26, 1971 – Dinner – Their Royal Highnesses Juan Carlos de Borbon, Prince of Spain and the Princess Sophia
February 10, 1971 – Dinner – Honoring Alice Roosevelt
February 18, 1971 – Dinner – H.E. Emilio Colombo, Italy
February 23, 1971 – Dinner – The Governors
March 1, 1971 – Dinner – Apollo Astronauts XIV
March 9, 1971 – Private Dinner
March 23, 1971 – Dinner – Small Private
March 25, 1971 – Dinner – Businessmen
April 5, 1971 – Luncheon – Senate Ladies
April 6, 1971 – Dinner – Latin American Ambassadors
April 8, 1971 – Dinner – Businessmen
May 3, 1971 – Luncheon – Congressional Wives
May 7, 1971 – Dinner – A Salute to Agriculture
May 10, 1971 – Luncheon – Congressional Wives
May 24, 1971 – Luncheon – Congressional Wives
May 27, 1971 – Luncheon – King Faisal – Saudi Arabia
June 2, 1971 – Dinner – President of Nicaragua
June 3, 1971 – Breakfast
June 12, 1971 – The Wedding of Miss Patricia Nixon & Mr. Edward Finch Cox
June 15, 1971 – Dinner – H.E. Willy Brandt, Germany
June 22, 1971 – Dinner – Businessmen
June 24, 1971 – Luncheon – Committee for the Preservation of the White House
June 28, 1971 – Dinner – Chowder and Marching Club
June 29, 1971 – Dinner – The Postmaster General and Mrs. Blount
July 2, 1971 – Luncheon – Mrs. Juan Velasco, Wife of Pres. of Peru September 10, 1971 – Dinner – Japanese Ministers
October 22, 1971 – Dinner – H.E. Nobusuke Kishi, Former Prime Minister of Japan
October 28, 1971 – Dinner – H.E. Josip Broz Tito and Mrs. Broz
November 2, 1971 – Dinner – The Prime Minister of Australia and Mrs. McMahon
November 4, 1971 – Dinner – Prime Minister Indira Gandhi of India
November 18, 1971 – Luncheon – Honoring Mrs. Douglas B. Cornell (Helen Thomas) UPI
December 6, 1971 – Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau of Canada
December 7, 1971 – Dinner – H.E. The President of the Federal Republic of Brazil and Mrs. Medici

Box 99

January 20, 1972 – Dinner – The Cabinet
January 28, 1972 – Dinner Honoring Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Wallace
January 28, 1972 – Dinner at Tayloe House
February 1, 1972 – Dinner – Republican Governors
February 8, 1972 – Breakfast
February 14, 1972 – H.E. Andre Malraux
March 21, 1972 – Dinner – H.E., The Prime Minister of the Republic of Turkey & Mrs. Erim
March 28, 1972 – Dinner – His Majesty Hussein I, King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
March 29, 1972 – Dinner – Private
April 15, 1972 – Dinner – OAS Delegation
April 25, 1972 – Dinner – Congressional Retirees
May 8, 1972 – Luncheon – Senate Ladies
May 9, 1972 – Dinner – Duke University Law School
June 15, 1972 – Dinner – H.E., The President of the United Mexican States & Mrs. Echeverria
June 30, 1972 – Luncheon – Julie Eisenhower
July 20, 1972 – Breakfast
July 21, 1972 – Breakfast
September 12, 1972 – Breakfast
September 29, 1972 – Dinner – Blue Room
October 2, 1972 – Dinner at Camp David
October 10, 1972 – Breakfast
December 16, 1972 – Dinner – The Cabinet (Old & Designate)
January 5, 1973 – Breakfast
January 9, 1973 – Dinner
January 31, 1973 – Dinner – Former Prime Minister of Japan & Mrs. Sato
February 1, 1973 – Dinner – Great Britain
February 6, 1973 – Dinner – Jordan
February 8, 1973 – Breakfast
February 22, 1973 – Breakfast
February 28, 1973 – Dinner – Governors
March 1, 1973 – Dinner – Israel, Golda Meir
March 6, 1973 – Dinner – Stag
March 7, 1973 – Dinner – Stag
April 10, 1973 – Singapore
April 17, 1973 – Dinner – Italy

INVITATIONS

Box 100

Admittance Cards, Various
Dinner Invitations, Blank
Dinner Invitations, Various
Entertainment Invitations, Blank
Entertainment Invitations, Various
Evening at the White House Invitations, Blank
Inserts, Various
Invitations, Blank
[Invitations, Miss Dabney Hibbert’s Bridal Shower at the White House]
Luncheon Invitations, Blank
Luncheon Invitations, Various
Reception Invitations, Blank
Reception Invitations, Various

PROGRAMS

Box 101

March 24, 1969 – Robert Goulet
April 10, 1969 – Cadets of Valley Forge Military Academy
April 23, 1969 – Mildred Miller
April 29, 1969 – Edward Kennedy (Duke) Ellington
May 6, 1969 – Zara Nelsova & Grant Johannesen
May 15, 1969 – Peter Nero
May 28, 1969 – Graduation Exercises, FBI National Academy
June 12, 1969 – Arthur Whittemore & Jack Lowe
June 30, 1969 – Henry Mancini
July 4, 1969 – The United States Air Force Band
July 8, 1969 – Eugene List
August 7, 1969 – Kyung-Wha Chung
August 21, 1969 – The Romeros
September 25, 1969 – Leonard Bernstein
October 21, 1969 – The Modern Jazz Quartet
October 22, 1969 – United States Marine Band
November 19, 1969 – American Ballet Theatre
November 27, 1969 – Balladier Tayler Vrooman & The Beers Family Folk Singers
December 3, 1969 – The 5th Dimension, Al Hirt
January 27, 1970 – Roberta Peters
January 29, 1970 – Red Skelton
February 19, 1970 – Rudolf Serkin

Box 102

February 22, 1970 – “1776”
February 24, 1970 – Peggy Lee
March 14, 1970 – “The Fantasticks”
March 19, 1970 – Nicol Williamson
April 4, 1970 – Bobby Short, The Young Saints
April 10, 1970 – Pearl Bailey
April 17, 1970 – Johnny Cash
April 22, 1970 – United States Army Chorus
May 22, 1970 – District of Columbia Youth Chorale
May 26, 1970 – Jerome Hines
May 28, 1970 – District of Columbia Youth Symphony
June 2, 1970 – Vikki Carr
July 23, 1970 – Abraham Kaplan & The Camerata Singers
July 29, 1970 – Harkness Ballet
August 4, 1970 – Andre Watts
September 7, 1970 – US Army Torchlight Tattoo
September 22, 1970 – The Johnny Mann Singers
October 6, 1970 – National Federation of Music Clubs
October 24, 1970 – James McCracken & Sandra Warfield

Box 103

October 26, 1970 – Anna Moffa
November 26, 1970 – The Spurrlows
December 17, 1970 – Garrick Ohlsson
December 18, 1970 – David Frost
January 26, 1971 – Sergio Mendes and Brasil ‘66
February 2, 1971 – Beverly Sills
February 18, 1971 – Anna Maria Alberghetti
February 23, 1971 – Bob Hope & Up With People
February 26, 1971 – The Portraits of John Quincy Adams and Louse Catherine Adams
March 16, 1971 – The Shannon Castle Entertainers
April 5, 1971 – Roger Williams
May 7, 1971 – Glen Campbell
October 28, 1971 – Gail Robinson
November 2, 1971 – Richard Tucker
November 4, 1971 – Patricia McBride
December 7, 1971 – Rita Reichman & Itzhak Perlman

Box 104

January 28, 1972 – Ray Conniff
March 21, 1972 – Dorothy Kirsten
April 15, 1972 – Birgit Nilsson
June 15, 1972 – Pete Fountain
December 16, 1972 – Fred Waring
February 1, 1973 – United States Army Chorus
February 6, 1973 – The Mike Curb Congregation
March 3, 1973 – Sammy Davis, Jr.
March 17, 1973 – Merle Haggard, Bobby & Sonny Osborne
April 10, 1973 – Mary Costa
April 15, 1973 – Rochester Male Chorus
April 17, 1973 – Frank Sinatra
May 1, 1973 – The Carpenters
May 15, 1973 – Ginetta LaBianca
May 24, 1973 – [Bob Hope, New Christy Minstrels, John Wayne, et. al]
June 5, 1973 – Johnny Mathis

Box 105

June 18, 1973 – Johnny Mann
June 24, 1973 – Tony Martin
July 31, 1973 – Roberta Peters
July 2, 1974 – Eugene List
September 18, 1973 – Frances Hadden & Richard Hadden
October 9, 1973 – Billy Taylor
October 15, 1973 – Roger Williams
December 4, 1973 – The Opera Society of Washington
December 16, 1973 – The United States Army Chorus
March 7, 1974 – Pearl Bailey
March 17, 1974 – The Motet Singers
March 26, 1974 – The United States Naval Academy Glee Club

CARDS

Box 106

Acknowledgement Cards, Adoption of Baby
Acknowledgement Cards, Bar Mitzvah
Acknowledgement Cards, Bas Mitzvah
Acknowledgement Cards, Birth of Baby
Acknowledgement Cards, Birthday
Acknowledgement Cards, Christmas Season
Acknowledgement Cards, Eagle Scout
Acknowledgement Cards, Education of America’s Youth
Acknowledgement Cards, Friendship
Acknowledgement Cards, Graduation
Acknowledgement Cards, Marriage
Acknowledgement Cards, Service
Acknowledgement Cards, Sympathy
Acknowledgement Cards, Wedding Anniversary
Calling Cards, Mrs. Richard Nixon
Calling Cards – The President and Mrs. Nixon
Calling Cards – The President of the United States of America and Mrs. Nixon
Christmas Cards
Signature Cards – Richard Nixon

PRESIDENTIAL CERTIFICATES

Box 107

1970 Elections – Loss
1970 Elections – Victory
Bookplate – Blank
Bookplate – White House Worship Service
Bookplate – With Appreciation
Certificate of Appreciation – 1972 Republican National Convention
Certificate of Appreciation – 1972 Victory Dinner
Certificate of Appreciation – “Efforts to End Flow of Illegal Narcotics”
Certificate of Appreciation – Fight Against Drug Abuse
Certificate of Appreciation – First Lady’s Trip to Oregon & California
Certificate of Appreciation – Goodwill Trip to Africa
Certificate of Appreciation – Inaugural Parade, January 20, 1973
Certificate of Appreciation – Member of Electoral College, 1972 Presidential Election
Certificate of Appreciation – National Program Support
Certificate of Appreciation – President’s Visit
Certificate of Appreciation – Reverend of Worship Services
Certificate of Appreciation – Service to the Nation
Certificate of Appreciation – Young Voters for the President’s Nomination Rally
Certificate of Participation – Easter Egg Roll
Commemoration – Visit to the Western White House
Commendation – Law Enforcement Officers
Commendation – Service to Others
Chairman of the Federal Executive Board
Cruise Certificate – Guest Aboard Yacht
Flight Certificate – Guest on Air Force One
Flight Certificate – Guest on the Spirit of ‘76
Partisans of Principle

CHRISTMAS PRINTS

Box 108

[Christmas 1969 – George Washington]
[Christmas 1970 – Thomas Jefferson]

Box 109

[Christmas 1972 – Theodore Roosevelt]
[Christmas 1973 – James Monroe]

MRS. NIXON'S RECIPES

Box 110

Angel Pie
Apricot Nut Bread
Avocado Salad
Baked Chicken with Blue Cheese
Basic Dinner Rolls or Parker House Rolls
Braised Swiss Steaks
Blueberry Dessert
Chestnut and Apple Stuffing
Chicken Divan
Chilled Cucumber Soup
Continental Salad
Corn Pudding
Easy Cheese Soufflé
Fillet de Bouef Wellington
Fish Filets
Gingerbread House
Glorified Rice
Lady Baltimore Cake
Pumpkin Pie
Raspberry Pie
Roast Duckling Bigarade
Walnut Clusters
White House Fruit Cake
White House Fruit Punch

PRESS RELEASES

Box 111

Luncheon – February 28, 1969
Congressional Reception #1 – Tuesday, March 11, 1969
Congressional Reception #2 – Wednesday, March 12, 1969
Congressional Reception #3 – Thursday, March 13, 1969
Dinner – March 24, 1969, PM Trudeau of Canada
Dinner – Friday, April 11, 1969, NATO Foreign Ministers
Dinner – Wednesday, April 23, 1969, The Chief Justice & Mrs. Warren
Dinner – April 29, 1969, Duke Ellington
Dinner – May 6, 1969, PM of Australia Masque Ball – May 10, 1969 at 9 PM
Dinner – May 12, 1969, Urban Coalition – Not Released
Dinner – Thursday, May 15, 1969, Career Ambassadors
Senate Ladies Luncheon – May 19, 1969
Luncheon – May 20, 1969, King and Queen of the Belgians
Dinner – May 27, 1969, PM & Foreign Minister of Netherlands
Dinner – Thursday, June 12, 1969, Colombia
Dinner – July 8, 1969, Haile Selassie of Ethiopia
Dinner – July 16, 1969, Ex. Comte., Rep. Governors Assn.
Dinner – Germany, Thursday, August 7, 1969, Chancellor Kiesinger
Dinner – Wednesday, August 13, 1969, Apollo XI Astronauts – Los Angeles
Dinner – Thursday, August 21, 1969, At Saint Francis Hotel, San Francisco, The Pres. of Korea & Mrs. Park
Dinner – Tuesday, September 16, 1969, The Rt. Hon. The Prime Minister of New Zealand & Mrs. Holyoake
Dinner – Thursday, September 25, 1969, Her Excellency Golda Meir, Prime Minister of Israel
Dinner – Tuesday, October 7, 1969, HH Prince Souvanna Phouma – Prime Minister of Laos
Dinner – Sunday, October 12, 1969
Dinner – October 21, 1969, Shah of Iran
Dinner – Tuesday, November 4, 1969, His Royal Highness the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Breakfast – Wed., Nov. 12, 1969, NATO Nuclear Planning Committee
Dinner – Wednesday, November 19, 1969, HE the Prime Minister of Japan & Mrs. Sato
Dinner – Monday, December 1, 1969, Boys’ Club of America – Nat’l Board of Directors
Dinner – Wed., December 3, 1969, Governors
Reception – Bob Hope Show, Sunday, December 14, 1969
Dinner – Elmer H. Bobst – 85th Birthday, Tues. Dec. 16, 1969 (Guest List Not Released)

Box 112

Dinner – Tuesday, Jan. 27, 1970, The Rt. Hon. Harold Wilson, Prime Minister of Britain & Mrs. Wilson
Evening at the White House – Thursday, Jan. 29, 1970
Dinner – France, Tues., February 24, 1970
Evening at the White House – March 19, 1970 (Nicol Williamson)
Dinner – Monday, March 23, 1970, Organization for African Unity
Dinner – Saturday, April 4, 1970, Duke & Duchess of Windsor
Dinner – April 10, 1970, Chancellor Brandt of Germany
Dinner – April 14, 1970, PM Baunsgaard of Denmark
Evening at the White House – April 17, 1970, Johnny Cash
Dinner – April 22, 1970, Medal of Freedom Recipients - Press
Senate Ladies Luncheon – May 22, 1970
Dinner – Tuesday, May 26, 1970, Indonesia
Luncheon – Wednesday, May 27, 1970 (The Speaker)
Dinner – Wednesday, May 27, 1970 (Businessmen)
Reception – Thurs., May 28, 1970 (Madison Portrait)
Dinner – Tuesday, June 2, 1970 (Venezuela)
Dinner – July 10, 1970 – United Nations
Supper Dance – Fri., July 17, 1970, HRH The Prince of Wales & HRH Princess of Wales
Dinner – July 23, 1970, President of Finland
Dinner – Tuesday, August 4, 1970, Congo – President & Mrs. Mobuto
Dinner – President of Mexico, 9/3/70 at Hotel del Coronado
Dinner – September 7, 1970 – Labor Leaders
Dinner – October 24, 1970 – 25th Anniversary of the United Nations
Dinner – Romania – Monday, October 26, 1970
Reception – November 5, 1970 – Adams Family Descendants
Dinner – Thurs., November 5, 1970, Earl Mountbatten of Burma,K.G.
Dinner – Thurs., December 17, 1970, Prime Minister Heath
Christmas Evening at the White House, David Frost – Friday, December 18, 1970
Dinner – Tue., January 26, 1971, The Prince & Princess of Spain
Evening at the White House, Beverly Sills – Tue., February 2, 1971
Dinner – Thurs., February 18, 1971, H.E. Emilio Colombo – Pres. of the
Council of Ministers of Italian Rep.
Dinner – Governors, Thursday, February 23, 1971
Reception – Fri., Feb. 26, 1971 – Adams Portraits
Dinner – March 1, 1971 – Apollo Astronauts
Evening at the White House – Tue., 3/16/71, Prime Minister of Ireland& Mrs. Lynch
Reception – Friday, 3/19/71 (National Alliance of Businessmen)
Dinner (Stag), Businessmen (Stans), March 25, 1971 – Not Released
Luncheon – Monday, April 15, 1971 (Mrs. Nixon) Senate Ladies
Dinner – Tuesday, April 6, 1971, Latin-American Ambassadors
Dinner – Friday, May 7, 1971, “A Salute to Agriculture”
Luncheon – May 27, 1971, King Fasal of Saudi Arabia
Reception – June 3, 1971, 80th Congressional Club
Dinner – Wed., June 2, 1971, HE the Pres. of Nicaragua & Mrs. Somoza

Box 113

Dinner – June 15, 1971, H.E. Willy Brandt, Germany
Wedding & Reception – Patricia Nixon to Edward Cox, WH, June 12, 1971
Dinner – June 28, 1971 – Not Released – Chowder & Marching
Dinner – June 29, 1971, PMG & Mrs. Blount
Luncheon – July 2, 1971, Mrs. Velasco of Peru
Dinner – September 10, 1971, Japanese Cabinet Ministers
Reception – Mrs. Nixon – Landscape Awards – Tue., 10/19/71
Dinner – Yugoslavia, Thurs., October 28, 1971
Dinner – Tues., November 2, 1971, PM of Australia & Mrs. McMahon
Dinner – Thurs., November 4, 1971, India – PM Indira Gandhi
Luncheon – Thurs., Nov. 18, 1971, Mrs. Nixon for Mrs. Douglas Cornell
Dinner – December 6, 1971, PM Trudeau of Canada
Dinner – Tues., December 7, 1971, Pres. of Brazil & Mrs. Medici
Dinner – January 20, 1972, Cabinet
Dinner – Fri., January 28, 1972, Mr. & Mrs. DeWitt Wallace
Dinner – February 1, 1972, Republican Governors
Dinner – Tuesday, March 21, 1972, HE the PM of the Republic of Turkey & Mrs. Erim
Dinner – Tues., March 28, 1972, King Hussein, King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Dinner – April 15, 1972, OAS Delegation & Their Wives
Luncheon – Monday, May 8, 1972, Senate Ladies
Dinner – May 9, 1972, Duke University Law School – Class of 1937
Reception – May 15, 1972, Opening – Blue Room
Dinner – June 15, 1972, Pres. of Mexico & Mrs. Echeverria
Needlepoint Luncheon (Julie), June 30, 1972
Dinner, February 1, 1973, Heath – Great Britain
Dinner – February 6, 1973, Hussein – Jordan
Dinner – March 1, 1973, Golda Meir (Israel)
Dinner – Tuesday, April 17, 1973, Italy – Andreotti
Dinner – April 19, 1973, PM Lee of Singapore
Dinner – May 1, 1973, Chancellor Willy Brandt of Germany
Dinner, May 15, 1973, Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia
Dinner, Tues., June 5, 1973, Pres. of Liberia & Mrs. Tolbert
Dinner – June 18, 1973, General Secy. Brezhnev, CC/CPSU
Dinner – Tues., July 24, 1973, The Shah & Empress of Japan
Dinner – July 31, 1973, PM Tanaka of Japan
Dinner – September 18, 1973, PM of Pakistan
Dinner – Thurs., September 27, 1973, PM Kirk of New Zealand
Dinner – Tues., October 9, 1973, Pres. of the Republic of Ivory Coast
Dinner – October 15, 1973, Hon. & Mrs. Wm. P. Rogers
Dinner – December 4, 1973, Pres. of Romania & Mrs. Ceausescu
Dinner – Mon., February 11, 1974, Oil Consumers
Dinner – February 26, 1974, US/USSR Trade & Ec. Council
Dinner – Thurs., February 28, 1974, Congressional Supporters
Dinner – March 1, 1974, Congressional Supporters
Dinner – Thurs., March 7, 1974, Governors
Dinner – March 26, 1974, Melvin R. Laird
Dinner – April 17, 1974, Foreign Ministers, OAS Countries

PRESIDENTIAL PHOTOGRAPHS

Box 114

Mounting Paper with Inscriptions
Portrait – Julie & David Eisenhower (Color)
Portrait – Mrs. Nixon (Color)
Portrait – Nixon Family (Mounted, “With Our Best Wishes”), (B/W)
Portrait – President Nixon (B/W, Signature Reproduction)
Portrait – President Nixon (California, “With Best Wishes”), (Color)
Portrait – President Nixon (Headshot, “With Best Wishes”), (Color)
Portrait – President Nixon (Lincoln/Flag, “With Best Wishes”), (Color)
Portrait – President Nixon, Miscellaneous (Color, B/W)
Portrait – Mrs. Nixon, Various (Color)
Portrait – Tricia Nixon (Color)

PLAQUES

Box 115

Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C. – December 12, 1973
Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C. – February 28, 1974
The Conrad Hilton, Chicago, Illinois – March 13-14, 1974

Box 116

Hyatt Regency House, Houston, Texas – March 19-20, 1974
Camelback Inn, Scottsdale, Arizona – May 3-4, 1974

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