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This subject category is composed of documents pertaining to meetings and conferences on various topics involving President Nixon and other administration officials. Included are letters, memoranda, telegrams, lists, schedules, clippings, reports, photographs, and printed material. Frequent correspondents are Dwight Chapin, John D. Ehrlichman, Peter Flanigan, Henry A. Kissinger, William E. Timmons, Herbert G. Klein, Charles B. (Bud) Wilkinson, and Daniel P. Moynihan. Related subject categories in the White House Central Files include Federal Government--Organizations (FG), Public Relations (PR), States-Territories (ST), Business-Economics (BE), Personnel Management (PE), Publications (PU), Social Affairs (SO), and Human Rights (HU). Related documents are also contained in the Name File and Staff Member and Office Files in the White House Central Files, and in the White House Special Files.

The subject category is arranged in two series, the first covering the years 1969-1970 and the second 1971-1974. Such a filing arrangement is made necessary by the fact that the White House Central Files used two distinct filing schemes to file material in the Meetings and Conferences (MC) category. Although the letter and following coding is the same in both cases--a general MC category followed by MC 1, MC 2, et sequentia sub-categories--the file titles given these sub-categories are not. Consequently, like coded files from the two series can not be identified. (The MC sub-category, of course, is an exception. It could be interfiled, but for the sake of simplicity it has not been).

A single meeting or conference whose documentation falls into both series will have folders in both series, but they will have different number coding. For example, the 1971 White House Conference On Aging is coded MC 3 in the 1969-1970 series and MC 3-3 in the 1971-1974 series; the 1970 White House Conference On Children and Youth is coded MC 4 in the 1969-1970 series and MC 3-1 in the 1971-1974 series; the 1969 White House Conference on Food and Nutrition is coded MC 10 in the 1969-1970 series and MC 3-2 in the 1971-1974 series; and the May 1971 International Conference on Cities is coded MC 35 in the 1969-1970 series and MC 4 in the 1971-1974 series. These are the only sub-categories that are included in both the 1969-1970 series and the 1971-1974 series.

FIRST SERIES, 1969-1970

MC MEETINGS-CONFERENCES

Documents in the executive file pertain to actual and proposed meetings and conferences on the following topics: civil rights, Mexican-American affairs and problems, business leaders, national security affairs, investment in the Atlantic area, (United States, Canada, and Europe), state governors, social action programs, and other topics. Also included are a report of the Rural And Urban Development Committee of the National Governors' Conference, a July 9, 1970 draft report on the model cities' program, and correspondence with reference to revenue sharing and international trade and finance.

The general file contains correspondence of White House staff members with public officials and citizens interested in meetings and conferences on such topics as women, Vietnam, amateur athletics, civil rights, and education. A few items discuss student turmoil on college campuses.

MC 1 NATIONAL GOVERNORS' CONF., WASHINGTON HILTON HOTEL, D.C., 2/27/1969

Included in this sub-category are correspondence, regarding the National Governors' Conference, and the first draft of the "Advisory Task Force Report," issued by the Committee On Community Development and Urban Relations of the National Governors' Conference. A Feb. 22, 1969 letter from President Nixon to Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, President of Notre Dame, expresses the former's opinions about student turmoil on college campuses.

MC 2 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON MEXICAN AMERICANS, 6/1/1969 [1969-1970]

MC 3 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON OLDER AMERICANS, 1970 [1969-1970]

MC 4 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH

Documents in this sub-category pertain to the December 1970 White House Conference On Children and Youth. They include correspondence, reports and addresses by Stephen Hess, the National Chairman of the conference, newsletters, newspaper clippings, brochures, reports of the conference forums, and the "Black Caucus Position Paper" on the conference. A smaller group of documents comprises correspondence pertaining to an April 1969 meeting of White House staff members with students at Airlie House in Virginia.

MC 5 WESTERN STATE GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE, JULY 26, 1969

MC 6 REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE (LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY) 4/30-5/3/1969

MC 7 NATIONAL FOREIGN POLICY CONFERENCE FOR BUSINESS EXECUTIVES, 4/30/1969 [1969-1970]

Included in this sub-category is correspondence of Dwight L. Chapin, Henry A. Kissinger, and Herbert G. Klein pertaining to the following matters: President Nixon's decision not to attend a reception at the Foreign Policy Conference for Business Executives, a meeting of National Security Council Staff members with academicians, a foreign policy news conference, and broadcast editorials.

MC 8 ELEVEN (11) BIG CITY MAYORS, 4/24/1969 [1969-1970]

MC 9 WASHINGTON CONFERENCE FOR THE ADVERTISING COUNCIL, 6/9/1969

MC 10 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON FOOD AND NUTRITION [1969-1970]

This sub-category is comprised of correspondence, budget and staff schedules, lists, and newspaper clippings pertaining to the White House Conference on Food, Nutrition, and Health, held Dec. 2, 3, and 4, 1969. It was the first White House conference of the Nixon Administration. Most of the correspondence is that of presidential assistants Dr. Daniel P. Moynihan and John R. Price; other White House staffers; and Dr. Jean Mayer, Special Consultant in charge of planning the conference. Various lists name the task forces and their members, panels, and participants. The clippings comment on conference preparations, actions, and its final report.

MC 11 NEW ENGLAND GOVERNORS' CONF. (BOSTON, MASS.) 4/24/1969

MC 12 NATIONAL GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO [1969-1970]

MC 13 MIDWESTERN GOVERNORS' CONF., WICHITA, KANSAS, JUNE 29-JULY 2, 1969

MC 14 REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS' CONF., HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS, DECEMBER 1969

MC 15 MIDWEST REGIONAL CONFERENCE, DES MOINES, IOWA, 11/13-15/1969

The items pertain to the Midwestern Republican Conference.

MC 16 WESTERN STATES REP[UBLICAN] CONFERENCE, HONOLULU, HAWAII, 11/7-8/1969

MC 17 MEETING WITH THE GOVERNORS AND THEIR FAMILIES AT THE WHITE HOUSE, 12/3/1969

MC 18 NORTHEASTERN STATES REP[UBLICAN] CONF., ALBANY, NY, 11/21-22/1969

MC 19 SOUTHERN STATES REP. CONFERENCE, NEW ORLEANS, LA, 12/5-6/1969

MC 20 NATIONAL GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE, MID-WINTER MEETING, WASH., D.C., 2/5-2/27/1970

The documents in this sub-category consist largely of correspondence pertaining to meetings of the Western Governors' Conference, June 7-11, 1970, at Park City, Utah; the National Governors' Conference, Feb. 25-27, 1970, in Washington, D.C.; and the Republican Governors' Conference, Dec. 11-13, 1969, at Hot Springs, Arkansas.

MC 21 WESTERN GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, 3/9-11/1970

Nothing present (see MC 20).

MC 22 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS AND GOALS

MC 23 REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE, NEW MEXICO, MAY 1970

MC 24 WHITE HOUSE CONF. ON DRUG ABUSE, 4/9/1970

MC 25 GOP LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE, WASH, D.C., 4/15-18/1970

MC 26 NATIONAL GROWTH POLICY CONFERENCE, WASH., D.C., 4/23-24/1970

MC 27 MTG. WITH GOVERNORS TO DISCUSS IMPORTANT ISSUES FACING THE COUNTRY IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC AREAS

MC 28 NATIONAL GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE, 8/10/1970-8/12/1970, MISSOURI

MC 29 PRESIDENT'S CONFERENCE ON PRODUCTIVITY (1970 SUMMER)

Nothing present.

MC 30 MIDWEST GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE: COLUMBUS, OHIO

This sub-category is composed of the correspondence of President Nixon and his assistants; John Ehrlichman, Dwight L. Chapin, and Hugh SLoan; with state governors concerning the Conference on Federal-State relations; the Midwest Governors' Conference, and the Midwest Regional Conference on Science and State Government.

MC 31 SOUTHERN GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE: BILOXI, MISS., 9/20-23/1970

MC 32 NAT'L GOVERNORS' MID-WINTER CONFERENCE, 2/23-26/1971

MC 33 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON DRUG ABUSE, 10/14/1970

MC 34 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON AMERICAN BUSINESS IN 1990, FEB. 1971

Nothing present.

MC 35 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CITIES, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, MAY 26-28, 1971

MC 36 REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS' CONF.: SUN VALLEY, IDAHO, 12/12-15/1970

MC 37 MTG. WITH PR EXECUTIVES AND HERBERT G. KLEIN RE: ADMIN. POLICIES

SECOND SERIES, 1971-1974

MC MEETINGS-CONFERENCES

This collection is composed of correspondence and reports pertaining to proposed and actual conferences on such topics as youth, suburban crime, revenue sharing, unemployment among scientists and engineers, drug abuse, welfare reform, and Gideon's Army. Topics most voluminously covered include conference proposals and plans, and attendance projections; other topics include the 1972 election campaign, energy policy, and international trade.

MC 1 GOVERNORS' CONFERENCES

MC 2 MAYORS' CONFERENCES

MC 3 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCES

The items in this sub-category refer to proposals for White House conferences on such matters as the handicapped and disabled, health care, highway safety, amateur athletics, drugs, energy, business enterprise, the U.S. economy, and other topics.

MC 3-1 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH

Documents in this sub-category pertain to the December 1970 White House Conference on Children and the April 1971 White House Conference on Youth.

MC 3-2 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON FOOD, NUTRITION, AND HEALTH, WILLIAMSBURG, VA

This sub-category consists of correspondence and reports pertaining to actions taken by the Nixon administration in response to recommendations of the December 1969 White House Conference on Food, Nutrition, and Health. The bulk of the documents relate to a report of the Nutrition Subcommittee of the Domestic Council and the Williamsburg follow-up conference to the 1969 conference.

MC 3-3 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON AGING [OCCURRED NOV.-DEC. 1971]

MC 3-4 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON "THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD AHEAD," A LOOK AT BUSINESS IN 1990 [OCCURRED FEB. 7-9, 1972]

MC 3-5 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON DRUG ABUSE [FOR RELIGIOUS LEADERS]

MC 3-6 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON DRUG ABUSE, 2/3/1972 [FOR ATHLETES]

MC 3-7 WHITE HOUSE CONF[ERENCE] ON EXPORT EXPANSION, 10/11/1973

MC 3-8 WHITE HOUSE MEAT CONFERENCE, 6/17/1974

MC 3-9 MTG. RE: RECENT TRIPS TO THE MIDDLE EAST/SOVIET UNION, EAST-WEST TRADE RELATIONS, AND CURRENT ECONOMIC OUTLOOK, 7/11/1974

This sub-category documents two meetings of businessmen and economists with President Nixon: a July 11, 1974 meeting at the White House to discuss economic and foreign affairs and a July 22, 1974 meeting at San Clemente to discuss economic matters. In addition, there is a group of letters from economist Pierre Rinfret to President Nixon and Secretary of the Treasury, William E. Simon, stating Rinfret's views on the U.S. economy.

MC 4 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CITIES [OCCURRED MAY 25-28, 1971, INDIANAPOLIS, IN]

Some documents in this sub-category pertain to the White House Conference on Children and Youth, including letters, a report on the history of the conference, and a draft speech by Stephen Hess, National Chairman of the White House Conference on Children and Youth.

MC 5 MTG. WITH BUSINESSMEN REGARDING THE ECONOMY AND THE PRESIDENT'S POLICIES

MC 6 MTG. W/CONG.-SEN. RE POSITION OF THE U.S. IN THE CHANGING WORLD ECONOMY [JUNE 8, 1971]

MC 7 NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CORRECTIONS

MC 8 BRIEFING ON DOMESTIC PROGRAMS AND POLICIES

This sub-category consists of correspondence regarding briefings for Significant Women's Groups and for the American Society of Association Executives.

MC 9 MTGS. IN CITIES TO EXPLAIN ECONOMIC STRATEGY TO KEY LEADERS AND THE MEDIA, SEPT. 1971

This sub-category consists of correspondence, lists of invitees, and agendas pertaining to dinners at Blair House and meetings in various cities hosted by administration officials for business executives and labor leaders for the purposes of explaining the administration's economic policies.

MC 10 MTG. WITH PR EXECS AND HERBERT G. KLEIN RE ADMIN. POLICIES

MC 11 BRIEFING REGARDING DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN POLICY, STATE DEPT., 2/4/1972

This sub-category contains memoranda with attached lists of administration officials and other correspondence of John Ehrlichman, Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs, concerning a briefing on domestic and foreign policy for wives of administration officials.

MC 12 MTG. RE U.S. POSITION ON THE AGRICULTURAL TRADE POLICY OF THE EUROPEAN COMMON MARKET, 2/24/1972

MC 13 BRIEFINGS FOR THE AMERICAN-JEWISH PRESS, 3/13/1972

MC 14 GOVERNORS' PRESIDENTIAL CONFERENCES ON EXPORTING AND EXPORT FINANCING

MC 15 BRIEFING: VOLUNTARY STEEL RESTRAINT, 5/12/1972

The documents pertain to a State Department briefing.

MC 16 BRIEFINGS FOR THE AMERICAN EDITORIAL CARTOONISTS, STATE DEPARTMENT, WEST AUDITORIUM, 6/15/1972

MC 17 NAT'L CONFERENCE ON PHYSICAL FITNESS IN BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY, 10/4-5/1972

MC 18 DOMESTIC AND/OR FOREIGN POLICY BRIEFINGS BY ADMINISTRATION SPOKESMEN

This sub-category is composed of correspondence, lists, schedules, and clippings, pertaining to meetings, conferences, and briefings, involving administration officials and various groups. Among the meetings are the following: 1) briefing of state governors in connection with the winter meeting of the National Governors' Conference; 2) briefing for the National Newspaper Publishers' Association; 3) briefing of business leaders; 4) briefing for black leaders; 5) briefing for state legislative leaders; 6) an Economic Seminar for financial and editorial writers; 7) a meeting of businessmen with U.S.S.R. General Secretary Brezhnev; 8) seminar on the economy for members of the National Broadcast Editorial Association; 9) briefings by administration officials for female presidential appointees and top-level career women in government; 10) a January 5, 1974 Atlanta conference of members of the White House Domestic Council and mayors; 11) briefing by administration officials for trade association executives on energy conservation; 12) a January 1974 White House meeting of Hispanic leaders; 13) briefings for the American Agricultural Editors' Association.

MC 18-1 T.V. ANCHORMEN, E.O.B., 6/27/1972

MC 18-2 NEWSPAPER EXEC. FM. ILL., IND., MO., AND KY., HOLIDAY INN, EAST SPRINGFIELD, ILL., 6/29/1972

MC 18-3 NEWSPAPERS-RADIO/TV-NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF., JULY 1972

This sub-category is composed of letters to Southern California editors and news directors, who participated in a July 7, 1972 briefing for the press by administration officials at Newport Beach, CA.

MC 18-4 NEWSPAPER EXECUTIVES, E.O.B., 10/10/1972

MC 18-5 EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS, ETHNIC PRESS, D.C.

This sub-category is concerned with briefings and receptions for Japanese-American leaders and for editors and publishers of American ethnic newspapers and periodicals.

MC 18-6 PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTEES, 3/22/1973, OEOB

MC 18-7 INDUSTRY LEADERS ON THE U.S. ECONOMY

MC 18-8 AMERICAN BUSINESS PRESS, 11/13/1973

MC 18-9 ETHNIC LEADERS OF AMERICAN HERITAGE GROUPS, 2/19/1974

This meeting was sponsored by the Republican National Committee.

MC 18-10 HISPANIC AMERICAN BRIEFING, 4/10-11/1974

Folder Title List

Box 1

EX MC Meetings-Conferences 1/1969-8/1969 [1 of 4]
EX MC Meetings-Conferences 9/1969-12/1969 [2 of 4]
EX MC Meetings-Conferences 1/1970-6/1970 [3 of 4]
EX MC Meetings-Conferences 7/1970-12/1970 [4 of 4]
GEN MC Meetings-Conferences 1969 [1 of 3]
GEN MC Meetings-Conferences 1/1970-5/1970 [2 of 3]
GEN MC Meetings-Conferences 6/1970-12/1970 [3 of 3]

Box 2

EX MC 1 National Governors Conference, Washington Hilton Hotel, D.C. 2/27/1969
GEN MC 1 National Governors Conference ,Washington Hilton Hotel 2/27/1969
EX MC 2 White House Conference on Mexican Americans, 6/1/1969 [1969-1970]
GEN MC 2 White House Conference on Mexican Americans, 6/1/1969 [1969-1970]
EX MC 3 White House Conference on Older Americans, 1970 [1969-1970]
GEN MC 3 White House Conference on Older Americans 1970 [1969-1970]
EX MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [2/1969-9/1969] [1 of 8]
EX MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [10/1969-12/1969] [2 of 8]
EX MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [1/1970-4/1970] [3 of 8]
EX MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [5/1970-7/1970] [4 of 8]

Box 3

EX MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [8/1970] [5 of 8]
EX MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [9/1970] [6 of 8]
EX MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [10/1970-11/1970] [7 of 8]
EX MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [12/1970] [8 of 8]
GEN MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [1/1969-6/1969] [1 of 5]
GEN MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [7/1969-12/1969] [2 of 5]
GEN MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [1/1970-5/1970] [3 of 5]
GEN MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [6/1970-9/1970] [4 of 5]

Box 4

GEN MC 4 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1970 [10/1970-12/1970] [5 of 5]
EX MC 5 Western State Governors' Conference, July 26, 1969 [1969-1970]
GEN MC 5 Western State Governors' Conference, July 26, 1969 [3/4/1969]
EX MC 6 Republican Governors' Conference (Lexington, Kentucky) 4/30/1969-5/3/1969 [1969]
EX MC 7 National Foreign Policy Conference for Business Executives, 4/30/1969 [1969]
GEN MC 7 National Foreign Policy Conference for Business Executives, 4/30/1969 [1969-1970]
EX MC 8 Eleven (11) Big City Mayors, 4/24/1969 [1969]
GEN MC 8 Eleven (11) Big City Mayors, 4/24/1969 [1969-1970]
EX MC 9 Washington Conference for the Advertising Council, 6/9/1969 [1969] [1 of 2]
EX MC 9 Washington Conference for the Advertising Council, 6/9/1969 [1969] [2 of 2]
GEN MC 9 Washington Conference for the Advertising Council, 6/9/1969 [1969-1970]
EX MC 10 White House Conference on Food and Nutrition 5/1969-7/1969 [1 of 6]
EX MC 10 White House Conference on Food and Nutrition 8/1969-10/1969 [2 of 6]
EX MC 10 White House Conference on Food and Nutrition 12/1969 [3 of 6]

Box 5

EX MC 10 White House Conference on Food and Nutrition 12/1969 [4 of 6]
EX MC 10 White House Conference on Food and Nutrition 1/1970 [5 of 6]
EX MC 10 White House Conference on Food and Nutrition 2/1970-12/1970 [6 of 6]
GEN MC 10 White House Conference on Food and Nutrition 3/1969-10/1969 [1 of 3]
GEN MC 10 White House Conference on Food and Nutrition 11/1969-12/1969 [2 of 3]
GEN MC 10 White House Conference on Food and Nutrition 1970 [3 of 3]
GEN MC 11 New England Governors' Conference (Boston, Mass.) 4/24/1969 [1969]

Box 6

EX MC 12 National Governors' Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, August 1969 [1969-1970]
GEN MC 12 National Governors' Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, August 1969 [1969-1970]
EX MC 13 Midwestern Governors' Conference, Wichita, Kansas, June 29-July 2, 1969 [1969]
EX MC 14 Republican Governors' Conference, Hot Springs, Arkansas, Dec. 1969 [1969]
GEN MC 14 Republican Governors' Conference, Hot Springs, Arkansas, Dec. 1969 [1969]
EX MC 15 Midwest Regional Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, 11/13/1969-11/15/1969 [1969]
GEN MC 15 Midwest Regional Conference, Des Moines, Iowa, 11/13/1969-11/15/1969 [1969]
EX MC 16 Western States Rep. Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii 11/7/1969-11/8/1969 [1969]
EX MC 17 Meeting with the Governors and their families at White House, 12/3/1969 [11/1969] [1 of 3]
EX MC 17 Meeting with the Governors and their families at White House, 12/3/1969 [12/1969] [2 of 3]
EX MC 17 Meeting with the Governors and their families at White House, 12/3/1969 [1970] [3 of 3]
GEN MC 17 Meeting with the Governors and their families at White House, 12/3/1969 [1969-1970]
EX MC 18 Northeastern States Rep. Conf., Albany, NY, 11/21/1969-11/22/1969 [1969]
GEN MC 18 Northeastern States Rep. Conf., Albany, NY, 11/21/1969-11/22/1969 [1969]
EX MC 19 Southern States Rep. Conf., New Orleans, LA 12/5/1969-12/6/1969 [1969]
GEN MC 19 Southern States Rep. Conf., New Orleans, LA 12/5/1969-12/6/1969 [1970]
EX MC 20 National Governors' Conference, Mid-Winter Meeting, Wash., D.C., 2/25/1970-2/27/1970 [1969] [1 of 2]
EX MC 20 National Governors' Conference, Mid-Winter Meeting, Wash., D.C., 2/25/1970-2/27/1970 [1970] [2 of 2]
GEN MC 20 National Governors' Conference, Mid-Winter Meeting, Wash., D.C., 2/25/1970-2/27/1970 [1970]
EX MC 21 Western Governors' Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, 3/9/1970-3/11/1970 [Empty]
GEN MC 21 Western Governors' Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, 3/9/1970-3/11/1970 [Empty]
EX MC 22 White House Conference on Environmental Problems and Goals [1970]
EX MC 23 Republican Governors' Conference, New Mexico, May 1970
GEN MC 23 Republican Governors' Conference, New Mexico, May 1970

Box 7

EX MC 24 White House Conference on Drug Abuse, 4/9/1970 [1970]
GEN MC 24 White House Conference on Drug Abuse [1970]
EX MC 25 GOP Leadership Conference, Wash., D.C., 4/15/1970-4/18/1970 [1970]
GEN MC 25 GOP Leadership Conference, Wash., D.C., 4/15/1970-4/18/1970 [1970]
EX MC 26 National Growth Policy Conference, Wash., D.C., 4/23/1970-4/24/1970 [1970]
GEN MC 26 National Growth Policy Conference, Wash., D.C., 4/23/1970-4/24/1970 [1970]
EX MC 27 Mtg. with Governors to Discuss Important Issues Facing the Country in Foreign and Domestic Areas [1970]
GEN MC 27 Mtg. with Governors to Discuss Important Issues Facing the Country in Foreign and Domestic Areas [1970]
EX MC 28 National Governors' Conference, 8/10/1970-8/12/1970, Missouri [1970]
GEN MC 28 National Governors' Conference [1970]
EX MC 29 President's Conference on Productivity (1970 Summer) [Empty]
GEN MC 29 President's Conference on Productivity (1970 Summer) [Empty]
EX MC 30 Midwest Governors' Conference: Columbus, OH [1970]
GEN MC 30 Midwest Governors' Conference: Columbus, OH [1970]
EX MC 31 Southern Governors' Conference: Biloxi, Miss., 9/20/1970-9/23/1970 [1970]
GEN MC 31 Southern Governors' Conference: Biloxi, Miss., 9/20/1970-9/23/1970 [1970]
EX MC 32 National Governors' Mid-Winter Conference, 2/23/1971-2/26/1971 1970
EX MC 33 White House Conference on Drug Abuse, 10/14/1970 [1970]
GEN MC 33 White House Conference on Drug Abuse, 10/14/1970 [1970]
GEN MC 34 White House Conference on American Business in 1990, Feb. 1971 [Empty]
EX MC 35 International Conference on Cities, Indianapolis, IN, May 26-28, 1971 [1970]
GEN MC 35 International Conference on Cities, Indianapolis, IN, May 26-28, 1971 [1970]
EX MC 36 Republican Governors' Conference: Sun Valley, Idaho, 12/12/1970-12/15/1970 [1970]
GEN MC 36 Republican Governors' Conference: Sun Valley, Idaho, 12/12/1970-12/15/1970 [1970]
EX MC 37 Mtg. with PR Executives and Herbert G. Klein re: Admin. Policies [1969-1970]
EX MC Meetings-Conferences 1/1971-6/1971 [1 of 5]

Box 8

EX MC Meetings-Conferences 7/1971-12/1971 [2 of 5]
EX MC Meetings-Conferences 1972 [3 of 5]
EX MC Meetings-Conferences 1973 [4 of 5]
EX MC Meetings-Conferences 1974 [5 of 5]
GEN MC Meetings-Conferences 1971-1972 [1 of 2]
GEN MC Meetings-Conferences 1973-1974 [2 of 2]

Box 9

EX MC 1 Governors' (State) Conferences [1971] [1 of 4]
EX MC 1 Governors' (State) Conferences [1972] [2 of 4]
EX MC 1 Governors' (State) Conferences [1973] [3 of 4]
EX MC 1 Governors' (State) Conferences [7/1973-7/1974] [4 of 4]
GEN MC 1 Governors' (State) Conferences [1971-1972] [1 of 2]
GEN MC 1 Governors' (State) Conferences [1973-1974] [2 of 2]

Box 10

EX MC 2 Mayors' Conferences [1971-1974]
GEN MC 2 Mayors' Conferences [1971-1974]
EX MC 3 White House Conferences [1971-1974]
GEN MC 3 White House Conferences [1971-1974]
EX MC 3-1 White House Conference on Children and Youth [1/1971-3/1971] [1 of 2]

Box 11

EX MC 3-1 White House Conference on Children and Youth [5/1971-5/1972] [2 of 2]
GEN MC 3-1 White House Conference on Children and Youth [1974]
EX MC 3-2 White House Conference on Food, Nutrition, and Health, Williamsburg, VA [1971]
GEN MC 3-2 White House Conference on Food, Nutrition, and Health, Williamsburg, VA, 2/5/1971 [1971]
EX MC 3-3 White House Conference on Aging [1/1971-8/1971] [1 of 3]
EX MC 3-3 White House Conference on Aging [9/1971-12/1971] [2 of 3]
EX MC 3-3 White House Conference on Aging [1972-1973] [3 of 3]

Box 12

GEN MC 3-3 White House Conference on Aging [1971-1973]
EX MC 3-4 White House Conference on "The Industrial World Ahead," A Look at Business in 1990 [1971] [1 of 4]
EX MC 3-4 White House Conference on "The Industrial World Ahead," A Look at Business in 1990 [1/1972-2/1972] [2 of 4]
EX MC 3-4 White House Conference on "The Industrial World Ahead," A Look at Business in 1990 [3/1972-12/1972] [3 of 4]
EX MC 3-4 White House Conference on "The Industrial World Ahead," A Look at Business in 1990 [1973-1974]
GEN MC 3-4 White House Conference on "The Industrial World Ahead," A Look at Business in 1990, 2/7/1972-2/9/1972 [1971-1973]

Box 13

EX MC 3-5 White House Conference on Drug Abuse [1971-1972]
EX MC 3-6 White House Conference on Drug Abuse, 2/3/1972 [1971-1972]
EX MC 3-7 White House Conference on Export Expansion, 10/11/1973 [1973-1974]
GEN MC 3-7 White House Conference on Export Expansion, 10/11/1973 [1973]
EX MC 3-8 White House Meat Conference, 6/17/1974 [1974]
GEN MC 3-8 White House Meat Conference, 6/17/1974 [1974]
EX MC 3-9 Mtg. re: Recent Tripd to the Middle East/Soviet Union, East-West Trade Relations, & Current Economic Outloook, 7/11/1974 [1974]
GEN MC 3-9 Mtg. re: Recent Trips to the Middle East/Soviet Union, East-West Trade Relations, & Current Economic Outlook [1974]
EX MC 4 International Conference on Cities, Indianapolis, Ind. 1/1971-3/1971 [1 of 2]
EX MC 4 International Conference on Cities, Indianapolis, Ind. 4/1971-11/1971 [2 of 2]
GEN MC 4 International Conference on Cities, Indianapolis, Ind. 5/26/1971-5/28/1971 [1971-1972]

Box 14

EX MC 5 Mtg. with Businessmen Re: The Economy and the President's Policies [2/1971-3/1971] [1 of 2]
EX MC 5 Mtg. with Businessmen Re: The Economy and the President's Policies [4/1971-8/1971, 1973] [2 of 2]
GEN MC 5 Mtg. with Businessmen Re: The Economy and the President's Policies, 2/7/1971, 2/22/1971, & 2/26/1971 [1971]
EX MC 6 Mtg. w/Cong.-Sen. Re: Position of the U.S. in the Changing World Economy [1971-1972]
EX MC 7 National Conference on Corrections [1971]
GEN MC 7 National Conference on Corrections [1972]
EX MC 8 Briefing on Domestic Programs & Policies [1971]
EX MC 9 Mtgs. in Cities to Explain Economic Strategy to Key Leaders and the Media [1971] [1 of 2]
EX MC 9 Mtgs. in Cities to Explain Economic Strategy to Key Leaders and the Media [1972-1973] [2 of 2]

Box 15

GEN MC 9 Mtgs. in Cities to Explain Economic Strategy to Key Leaders and the Media, Sept. 1971 [1971-1972]
EX MC 10 Mtg. with PR Executives and Herbert G. Klein Re: Admin Policies [1971-1973]
EX MC 11 Briefing Re: Domestic and Foreign Policy, State Dept. 2/4/1972 [1972]
EX MC 12 Mtg. Re: U.S. Position on the Agricultural Trade Policy of the European Common Market, 2/24/1972 [1972]
EX MC 13 Briefings for The American Jewish Press, 3/13/1972 [1972]
GEN MC 13 Briefings for The American Jewish Press, 3/13/1972 [1972]
EX MC 14 Governors' Presidential Conferences on Exporting & Export Financing [1972-1973]
EX MC 15 Briefing: Voluntary Steel Restraint, 5/12/1972 [1972]
EX MC 16 Briefings For the American Editorial Cartoonists, State Dept., West Auditorium, 6/15/1972 [1972]
GEN MC 16 Briefings For the American Editorial Cartoonists, State Dept., West Auditorium, 6/15/1972 [1972]
EX MC 17 Nat'l Conference on Physical Fitness in Business and Industry, 10/4/1972-10/5/1972 [1972]
GEN MC 17 Nat'l Conference on Physical Fitness in Business and Industry, 10/4/1972-10/5/1972 [1972]

Box 16

EX MC 18 Domestic and/or Foreign Policy Briefings by Administration Spokesmen [1972] [1 of 8]
EX MC 18 Domestic and/or Foreign Policy Briefings by Administration Spokesmen [1/1973-6/1973] [2 of 8]
EX MC 18 Domestic and/or Foreign Policy Briefings by Administration Spokesmen [7/1973] [3 of 8]
EX MC 18 Domestic and/or Foreign Policy Briefings by Administration Spokesmen [8/2/1973-8/17/1973] [4 of 8]
EX MC 18 Domestic and/or Foreign Policy Briefings by Administration Spokesmen [8/17/1973] [5 of 8]

Box 17

EX MC 18 Domestic and/or Foreign Policy Briefings by Administration Spokesmen [8/23/1973-10/1973] [6 of 8]
EX MC 18 Domestic and/or Foreign Policy Briefings by Administration Spokesmen [11/1973-12/1973] [7 of 8]
EX MC 18 Domestic and/or Foreign Policy Briefings by Administration Spokesmen [1/1974-7/1974] [8 of 8]
GEN MC 18 Domestic and/or Foreign Policy Briefings by Administration Spokesmen [1972-1973]
EX MC 18-1 T.V. Anchormen, E.O.B. 6/27/1972 [1972]
GEN MC 18-1 T.V. Anchormen, E.O.B. 6/27/1972 [1972]
EX MC 18-2 Newspaper Exec. fm. Ill., Ind., Mo., and Ky., Holiday Inn, East Springifle,d Ill., 6/29/1972 [1972]
GEN MC 18-2 Newspaper Exec. fm. Ill., Ind., Mo., and Ky., Holiday Inn, East Springifle,d Ill., 6/29/1972 [1972]
EX MC 18-3 Newspapers, Radio/TV-Newport Beach, Calif., July 1972 [1972]
GEN MC 18-3 Newspapers, Radio/TV-Newport Beach, Calif., July 1972 [1972]
EX MC 18-4 Newspaper Executives, E.O.B. 10/10/1972 [1972]
GEN MC 18-4 Newspaper Executives, E.O.B. 10/10/972 [1972-1973]

Box 18

EX MC 18-5 Editors and Publishers, Ethnic Press, D.C. [1972]
GEN MC 18-5 Editors and Publishers, Ethnic Press, D.C., 10/18/1972 [1972]
EX MC 18-6 Presidential Appointees 3/22/1973, OEOB [1973]
EX MC 18-7 Industry Leaders on the U.S. Economy-Wednesday Luncheons (Flanigan) [1973-1974]
GEN MC 18-7 Industry Leaders on the U.S. Economy [1973]
EX MC 18-8 American Business Press, 11/13/1973 [1973]
EX MC 18-9 Ethnic Leaders Of American Heritage Groups, 2/19/1974 [1974]
EX MC 18-10 Hispanic American Briefing 4/10/1974-4/11/1974 [1974]

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