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Subject file category TR contains material pertaining to trips planned or made by the President, both within the United States and abroad. This is not, however, a complete, comprehensive file on the topic, as is further explained below. Included are invitations, schedule and event proposals, itineraries, logistical and transportation arrangements, post-trip thank you letters, and correspondence reflecting public reaction to trips made.

Principal correspondents in the TR category include the President and those White House staff members whose functional or topical policy responsibilities involved them in preparation for Presidential trips. Included are staff communications and correspondence from H. R. Haldeman, Dwight L. Chapin, David N. Parker, Lawrence M. Higby, Ronald H. Walker, Henry Kissinger, Alexander M. Haig, John D. Ehrlichman, Charles W. Colson, Ronald L. Ziegler, Herbert G. Klein, Rose Mary Woods, Emil Mosbacher, Noble Melencamp, Roland L. Elliot, and Michael B. Smith. Because the President's trips throughout the United States and the world elicited a great deal of public response mail, most of the non-Governmental correspondents are members of the general public. However, there are also many well-known figures among those writing in, especially in response to the President's foreign travels: Kirk Douglas, Jack L. Warner, Theodore H. White, Sol Hurok, Al Smith, Pearl S. Buck, Alvin "Pete" Rozelle, Bowie Kuhn, George Allen, Len Dawson, Norm Van Brocklin, Barnee Breeskin, Ruby Keeler, Bobby Van, Frank Sinatra, Van Cliburn, Yehudi Menuhin, Isaac Stern, and Jane Wyman. Foreign travel files also reflect thank you notes to or from foreign leaders such as Chou En-lai, Mao Tse-tung, Leonid Brezhnev, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, Pope Paul VI, Queen Elizabeth II, Willy Brandt, Helmut Schmidt, Charles DeGauelle, Georges Pompidou, Yahya Khan, President Suharto, Ferdinand Marcos, Nicolae Ceausescu, and others.

While most White House Central Files subject categories reflection functional, administrative, or topical groupings, the numbering system for TR is case-file oriented. Each trip was assigned a separate case number, with the exception of some campaign trips. Some trips included stops in several different cities or states. In these instances the case file was usually subdivided into stops by the addition of suffix numbers following the main trip number. While the category includes trips taken from 1969 through 1974, the case file numbers do not run consecutively throughout the period. The White House Central Files unit separated the case files into two series by imposing a file break after 1969-1970. This resulted in double use of some of the numbers, with the first series numbered consecutively from 1969 through 1970, and the second series beginning anew with consecutive numbering 1971 through 1974. The first series runs from number 2 through number 68; the second series is numbered 2 through 113. While the TR file generally runs chronologically, it is necessary to remember that there are two separate numbering schemes, with the break occurring at the end of 1970.

Because the numbers reflect case files, it was not possible to interfile 1969-1974 material within same number designations, as is possible with issue or functionally divided subject files. Instead, the files have a chronological focus, roughly based on when each trip took place. (There are some exceptions to the chronology, as shall be explained later.) Only the first two categories were interfiled: the general TR category which covers non-specific trip planning and procedures, and the TR-1 category, which designated "All trips in the D.C. area and Federal Buildings" in both numbering schemes. TR-1 was the only sub-category number which was assigned to the same type of file in the two series.

The case files are roughly chronological in order, but some exceptions occur due to the fact that Central Files assigned the TR number at the time a trip was first proposed, rather than when it actually took place. (A few trips were assigned numbers, but were later cancelled. Trip cancellation is noted on the folder label.) If there was a long time lag before the trip took place, the case file may be slightly out of chronological order in relation to other trips taking place in the same time period. This assignment of case numbers most notably affected the President's trip to the People's Republic of China (TR 24). Although this trip was made in February 1972, the case file was created July 16, 1971, at the time of the President's public announcement of the forthcoming summit. Researchers looking for material on the PRC trip must therefore look for TR 24 filed chronologically in the summer of 1971, rather than in files for February 1972. It should also be noted that TR 24 is the single largest subcategory within the Trip files. At 5 cubic feet (15 boxes), it comprises one-sixth of the entire 1969-1974 Trip files.

The terms Executive and General precede each of the TR case file designations. These terms were used by the White House Central Files to indicate separation of documents according to source. Executive items include communications among national, foreign, state and local governments and their agencies, members of Congress, and other selected prominent correspondents. General items designate communications between Government officials and private citizens, institutions, and private interest groups. Because the TR files are event-oriented, some of these lines were blurred in filing. For example, accepted invitations frequently originated with private, outside groups, but were filed along with schedule proposals in the Executive case files. In the Trip files, the Executive files usually contain material directly related to the President's making of a trip, and include follow-up thank you letters to both public officials and private individuals. The General files include related invitations and meeting requests which were turned down, and general public reaction to the trips. Separation of reaction mail into the Executive or General version of the case file appears to have been partly determined by whether the writer received a letter under the President's signature, or one signed by a White House staff member.

Because these are essentially separate, chronologically arranged event case files, there are no conventional series, thus no conventional series description. However, a description of common characteristics shared by most of the case files may be helpful to the user. A typical case file for a domestic trip begins with schedule and event proposals. These are frequently the result of unsolicited invitations from outside groups. However, the President's staff also solicited trip and event proposals to meet the need for Presidential exposure on a particular issue, or in a particular region of the country. (For example, such an event search was customary when the President flew to San Clemente for an extended stay. Since such stays at San Clemente combined both work and vacation time for the President, the Western White House was used as a base for day-trips to nearby cities.)

An event proposal was subject to an approval process by those White House staff members with either policy or functional interest in the planning of trips. Staff members with issue or constituent-group responsibilities assessed the impact of proposed trips in their designated area: William E. Timmons (congressional liaison), Harry S. Dent (political liaison/the South), Charles W. Colson (political liaison with outside groups), John D. Ehrlichman (domestic affairs). Appointments secretary Dwight Chapin coordinated the solicitation of these recommendation, and the submission of trip proposals for approval by chief of staff H. R. Haldeman. After Chapin's departure from the White House staff at the end of President Nixon's first term, David Parker served as appointments secretary from 1973 through 1974.

Once an event was approved, scheduling and logistical details were worked out. Ronald Walker headed the Advance Office during President Nixon's first term; he was succeeded in 1973 by William Henkel, Jr. Many of the case files include site survey information from advance men, including photographs or diagrams. (Some of these were closed due to agency restrictions.) Demonstrations were a particular concern during the Vietnam War era, and many of the case files reflect efforts to avoid Presidential exposure to them. These efforts, in turn, occasionally generated public mail protesting access restriction or denial. In addition to surveying sites and coordinating event set-ups, advance men also had the responsibility of seeing that local organizations generated sufficient publicity to draw crowds. Case files may also include information about travel times between stops, weather conditions, and assignment of staff housing accommodations for trips requiring extended stays.

The President received trip briefing information on historical, geographical, and political highlights for areas visited. When required, he also received biographical sketches of people he would be meeting. Draft remarks or speeches were prepared as needed. The President was usually provided a detailed schedule scenario, both in standard document form, and in a card size convenient for reference use while the trip was in progress. Staff traveling with the President also received scenarios describing their roles and event participation during the trip.

Post-trip documents include thank-you letters to those who assisted on the trip, and to the principals whom the President met. Sometimes the handling of a trip was critiqued in follow-up reports, or news coverage was summarized or analyzed. The President's domestic trips often provided average citizens with their only chance to see or hear the President. Many took the opportunity to write to the President to thank him for coming to their town, city, or state, and to then comment on issues facing the nation.

Foreign trip files are similar to domestic ones in format and content, but reflect some coordination with foreign officials on schedule and itinerary details. Also, they include correspondence relating to the approval of news correspondents covering the President's trip. Some briefing information for the President is included, but most of the security-classified information was filed by Central Files in the White House Special Files: Central Files: Confidential Files, or elsewhere separate from the TR subject category. The unclassified briefing information filed in TR primarily describes sites to be visited, and provides some biographical information on foreign officials. John R. Brown III and Alexander P. Butterfield were responsible for coordinating the President's trip briefing information.

In addition to background briefing reports and schedule scenarios, the TR files include letters and memoranda, either originals, carbons, or electrostatic copies, cables, and telegrams. Members of the general public frequently sent in newspaper and magazine clippings. These have been withdrawn for preservation reasons and replaced by electrostatic copies of the same. Large photographs and museum items have also been withdrawn for preservation. White House cross reference cards are interspersed throughout the files. When a document included several subjects or could be requested under several similar or overlapping file categories, the White House Central files placed cross-reference notations on the document.

Some of the related open subject categories cross-referenced with TR include:

White House Central Files:

CO Countries
FG 11 Federal Government-Organizations: Department of State
FO Foreign Affairs
HU Human Rights
LG Local Governments
MC Meetings-Conferences
ST States-Territories
WH White House Administration

Staff Member and Office Files:

Office of Presidential Papers (Daily Diary)

White House Central Files:

Stephen B. Bull
Alexander P. Butterfield
Dwight Chapin
Charles W. Colson
Harry S. Dent
John D. Ehrlichman
H. R. Haldeman
W. R. Howard
Herbert G. Klein
Terrence O'Donnell
Central Files: Confidential Files -- see CF: TR

Although extensive, the TR subject category should not be regarded as a complete, centralized source of information on trips. The National Security Council institutional files contain a great deal of information on the President's foreign travel. Unprocessed are the Staff Member and Office Files of William Henkel, which contain the primary trip advance work files. These files will be opened when processed, but are currently unavailable to researchers.

TR TRIPS

The TR-beginning series covers general information on trips, including procedures for handling speaking appearances, transportation, and housing; coordination among offices and Federal agencies; handling of trip advance expenses; schedule proposals not approved for further action; training of advance men.

TR 1

This subcategory is the only one extending from 1969 through 1974, as it covers the President's trips within Washington, D.C., including those to Federal agencies. The President made an effort to visit most of the major Federal departments and agencies at the start of his first term in office. TR 1 also covers his appearance on Capitol Hill, for delivery of the annual State of the Union message, and to attend luncheon meetings with members of Congress. The President made other trips in the Washington area for speaking appearances at special interest group conventions and meetings; wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery; visits to area nursing homes and hospitals; embassy and other reciprocal dinners held by visiting heads of state; funerals and memorial services for well-known public figures such as coach Vince Lombardi and Chief Justice Earl Warren; attendance at area sporting events (Washington Senators baseball games; Washington Redskins practice and games); and visits to restaurants and theaters.

TR [Case File #]

Both the 1969-1970 series and the 1971-1974 series contain subcategories for the President's trips to Camp David. These are not interfiled, as the first series used a TR 4 designation for Camp David, and the later series assigned TR 2 to Camp David. All other series subcategories should be viewed as separate case files, filed in approximate chronological order as explained above. It should be noted that although trips to the Camp David Presidential retreat in Thurmont, Maryland were filed together, each trip to the President's homes in San Clemente, California and Key Biscayne, Florida was filed chronologically as a separately numbered case file.

The following selected case files reflect the wide range of types of Presidential trips:

TR 3 (1969-1970 SERIES)

European trip, with stops in Belgium, the United Kingdom, Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France, March, 1969.

TR 25 (1969-1970 SERIES)

Mid-Pacific, Asia, and Europe, including the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Pakistan, India, Romania, and the United Kingdom, July, 1969.

TR 37 (1969-1970 SERIES)

Trip to Philadelphia for presentation of Medal of Freedom to Eugene Ormandy in celebration of his 70th birthday, at concert by the Philadelphia Orchestra, January 24, 1970.

TR 42 (1969-1970 SERIES)

Surprise attendance by the President at a New York City dinner honoring President Georges Pompidou, March 2, 1970. The President's gesture was meant to mitigate the effect of demonstrators who had offended President and Madame Pompidou during their stop in Chicago. Included in the file is a report on State Department security lapses in Chicago. The President's gesture of flying to New York for the dinner elicited a great deal of mail from members of the public, thanking him for his action, and expressing shame at the treatment of Pompidou in Chicago.

TR 51-2 (1969-1970 SERIES)

Attendance at the baseball All-Star Game in Cincinnati, Ohio, July 14, 1970.

TR 57 (1969-1970 SERIES)

European trip (Italy, Yugoslavia, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Ireland), September-October 1970.

TR 60/ST # (1969-1970 SERIES)

The President's trips to various states during the period of campaigning for the 1970 off-year election. Instead of indicating states visited by spelling out the name or using an abbreviation, Central Files assigned a numerical equivalent. Thus Alaska is "1", Connecticut is "7", New York, is "32", and so forth. A conversion chart is provided in Appendix A on page 11.

TR 61 (1969-1970 SERIES)

Presidential foreign policy briefing for news media executives from Northeastern states. Held in Hartford, Connecticut, 10/12/1970.

TR 64 (1969-1970 SERIES)

Funeral of former President Charles DeGaulle, Paris, France, November, 1970.

TR 11 (1971-1974 SERIES)

Dedication of the Lyndon B. Johnson Library, Austin, Texas, May, 1971.

TR 12 (1971-1974 SERIES)

Burial services for Whitney M. Young, March 17, 1971.

TR 21 (1971-1974 SERIES)

Presidential trip to Rochester, New York, to conduct a domestic briefing. In an effort to provide direct contact for local officials and newsmen, the President conducted a series of regional meetings on major administration initiatives during his first term in office. Most of these were held in 1970-1971; see TR 61 above, TR 23 below.

TR 23 (1971-1974 SERIES)

Midwest domestic briefing, Kansas City, Missouri, July 6, 1971.

TR 24 (1971-1974 SERIES)

President Nixon's trip to the People's Republic of China: announced July 15, 1971; trip made February, 1972. The breakthrough announcement and history-making trip generated more mail than any other Presidential visit. Much of the Executive file deals with congratulatory messages to the President, and inquiries about accompanying the President on his trip. There are discussions of possible gifts to be exchanged with Chinese leaders, and public inquiries regarding the fate of captured U.S. airman John T. Downey. The folder for February 24-29, 1972 includes copies of the President's daily schedule and information provided him on sites visited. Researchers are cautioned that there is relatively little on the details of pre-trip planning. Much more background information on the China trip can be found in boxes 26 through 34 of the White House Special Files: Dwight Chapin collection. There may be more background information in other, as yet unprocessed files, as explained above. As is typical of the case files, there is a core of scheduling and itinerary information, surrounded by voluminous external correspondence.

TR 25 and 25-1 (1971-1974 SERIES)

The President's trip to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Canton, Ohio, July 30, 1970. Includes background information on inductees Jim Brown, Bill Hewitt, Frank Kinard, Vince Lombardi, Andy Robustelli, Y. A. Tittle, and Norm Van Brocklin. While in Canton, President Nixon was interviewed by Frank Gifford of ABC Sports, and there is some background guidance for this TV appearance.

TR 26 (1971-1974 SERIES)

The President's New York City visit with Tricia and Edward Cox, to see the Broadway show No, No, Nannette, August 4, 1971.

TR 38 (1971-1974 SERIES)

Trips to Austria, the USSR, Iran, and Poland, May 20-June 1, 1972. Includes itinerary, site, and biographical information.

TR 59 (1971-1974 SERIES)

Helicopter tour of flooded areas of Maryland and Pennsylvania, June 24, 1972, to survey damage caused by Hurricane Agnes.

TR 65 and 65/ST numbers (1971-1974 SERIES)

The President's appearances in various states during the 1972 campaign. Many of these appearances are tied to non-partisan or Presidential, rather than political, events.

TR 67 (1971-1974 SERIES)

Follow-up trip to survey relief efforts in areas damaged by Hurricane Agnes. This trip to the Wilkes-Barre area of Pennsylvania was made on September 9, 1972.

TR 73-4 (1971-1974 SERIES)

Jackie Gleason Inverrary National Airlines Classic Golf Tournament, Florida, February 19, 1973.

TR 79-2 (1971-1974 SERIES)

Presentation of Medal of Freedom to renowned Hollywood film director John Ford, at March 31, 1973 dinner in Beverly Hills, California. The event generated public inquiries regarding Jane Fonda and other Hollywood figures who opposed the President's policies.

TR 79-3 (1971-1974 SERIES)

California Angels-Kansas City Royals opening day baseball game at Anaheim Stadium, April 6, 1973. Includes background information on pitcher Nolan Ryan.

TR 88-1 (1971-1974 SERIES)

Unveiling of the cornerstone at the Dirksen Congressional Leadership Center, Pekin, Illinois, June 15, 1973. This file is highlighted because it contains an example of a White House advance man's crowd-raising report. Coordinating with local organizations in their public relations efforts was part of the advance man's job, but few of the files contain records as detailed as the one filed herein.

TR 90-3 (1971-1974 SERIES)

The President's trip to San Clemente, August, 1973. Cited because of the number of memoranda concerning generation of high profile activity by White House staff with the President at San Clemente.

TR 96 (1971-1974 SERIES)

Presidential trip to Belgium to attend meeting of the North Atlantic Council at NATO Headquarters in Brussels, and to the USSR for summit meeting with Soviet leaders, June 25-July 7, 1974.

TR 111 (1971-1974 SERIES)

The President's last foreign trip, June of 1974, included stops in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Israel, and Jordan.

BOXES 93-100 (1971-1974 SERIES)

Many of the President's domestic trips during the late 1973-1974 period generated letters of support from members of the public throughout the country, or comments about the handling of people demonstrating on the Watergate issue.

The expectations, or experience, of actually seeing the PResident in person prompted many citizens to write to the President on issues which concerned them, such as the Vietnam War; the U.S. leadership role in the world; economic concerns; the energy crisis; and Watergate. Such letters are found throughout the Trip files, both in the Executive and General folders.

Most of the files contain material dated within a relatively narrow time frame surrounding a particular trip. When the date span was wider than normal because a trip required a longer set-up time, or generated more follow-up correspondence than usual, inclusive dates have been bracketed in the container list following. Original spelling and punctuation of the folder titles has been retained; if incomplete or misleading, bracketed information has been added.

Folder Title List

Box 1

EX TR Trips 1/8/1969-12/31/1969
EX TR Trips 1/8/1969-8/28/1969 [1 of 2]
EX TR Trips 9/10/1969-12/30/1969 [2 of 2]
EX TR Trips 1/1/1970-4/30/1970
EX TR Trips 5/1/1970-6/29/1970
EX TR Trips 7/1/1970-8/7/1970
EX TR Trips 8/8/1970-12/31/1970

Box 2

EX TR Trips 1/1/1971-3/31/1971
EX TR Trips 4/1/1970-4/30/1971
EX TR Trips 5/1/1970-5/31/1970
EX TR Trips 6/1/1971-6/30/1971
EX TR Trips 7/1/1971-7/31/1971

Box 3

EX TR Trips 9/1/1971-9/30/1971
EX TR Trips 10/1/1971-10/31/1971
EX TR Trips 11/1/1971-11/31/1971
EX TR Trips 8/1/1971-8/31/1971
EX TR Trips 12/1/1971-12/31/1971
EX TR Trips 1/1/1972-1/31/1972

Box 4

EX TR Trips 2/1/1972-3/31/1972
EX TR Trips 4/1/1972-4/30/1972
EX TR Trips 5/1/1972-7/31/1972 [5/2/1972-5/15/1972] [1 of 2]
EX TR Trips 5/1/1972-7/31/1972 [5/16/1972-7/27/1972] [2 of 2]

Box 5

EX TR Trips 8/1/1972-9/30/1972
EX TR Trips 10/1/1972-12/18/1972
EX TR Trips 1/5/1973-6/29/1973 [1 of 2]
EX TR Trips 1/1/1973-8/1/1974 [7/2/1973-8/1/1974] [2 of 2]

Box 6

GEN TR Trips 1/22/1969-12/15/1970
GEN TR Trips 1/1/1971-12/5/1972
GEN TR Trips 1/1/1973-8/7/1974
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 1/7/1969-1/25/1969

Box 7

EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 1/26/1969-2/28/1969
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 3/1/1969-3/18/1969
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 3/19/1969-4/11/1969
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 4/12/1969-5/2/1969
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 5/3/1969-10/31/1969 [5/5/1969-10/10/1969] [1 of 2]
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 5/3/1969-10/31/1969 [10/15/1969-10/31/1969] [2 of 2]
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 11/1/1969-1/31/1970

Box 8

EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 2/1/1970-3/10/1970
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 3/11/1970-3/15/1970
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 3/16/1970-3/31/1970
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 4/1/1970-4/30/1970
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 5/1/1970-7/31/1970

Box 9

EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 8/1/1970-10/15/1970
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 10/16/1970-12/31/1970 [10/21/1970-12/13/1970] [1 of 2]
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 10/16/1970-12/31/1970 [12/15/1970-12/30/1970] [2 of 2]
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 1/1/1971-2/4/1971
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 2/5/1971-2/28/1971

Box 10

EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 3/1/1971-4/30/1971 [3/2/1971-4/12/1971] [1 of 2]
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 3/1/1971-4/30/1971 [4/14/1971-4/29/1971] [2 of 2]
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 5/1/1971-5/25/1971 [5/7/1971-5/10/1971] [1 of 2]
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 5/1/1971-5/25/1971 [5/11/1971-5/25/1971] [2 of 2]
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 5/26/1971-6/30/1971

Box 11

EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 7/1/1971-7/3/1971
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 7/4/1971-7/31/1971
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 8/1/1971-8/31/1971
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 9/1/1971-9/30/1971
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 10/7/1971-10/31/1971

Box 12

EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 11/1/1971-11/31/1971
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 12/1/1971-12/8/1972 [12/2/1971-3/29/1972] [1 of 2]
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 4/10/1972-12/8/1972 [2 of 2]
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 1/1/1973-2/28/1973

Box 13

EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 3/1/1973-4/30/1973
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 5/1/1973-9/31/1973
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 10/1/1973-12/31/1973
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 1/1/1974-1/31/1974
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 2/1/1974-2/28/1974

Box 14

EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 3/1/1974-4/31/1974
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 5/1/1974-6/30/1974
EX TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 7/1/1974-7/12/1974
GEN TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings
GEN TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 1/1/1971-1972
GEN TR 1 All trips in the D.C. Metropolitan Area and Federal Buildings 1/1/1973-3/4/1974
EX TR 2 Key Biscayne, Florida 2/7/1969 [Empty]
GEN TR 2 Key Biscayne, Florida 2/7/1969 [Empty]
EX TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 2/4/1969-3/4/1969 2/4/1969-3/4/1969 [1 of 2]
EX TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 2/4/1969-3/4/1969 2/4/1969-3/4/1969 [2 of 2]

Box 15

EX TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/5/1969
EX TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/6/1969-3/16/1969
EX TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/17/1969-3/20/1969
EX TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/21/1969-4/8/1969
EX TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 4/9/1969-5/2/1969
EX TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 5/3/1969-
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 11/19/1969-2/20/1969

Box 16

GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 2/21/1969-3/11/1969
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/12/1969 3/2/1969-3/12/1969
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/12/1969 2/28/1969-3/12/1969
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/12/1969 3/1/1969-3/12/1969
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/13/1969 3/13/1969 [1 of 5]
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/13/1969 3/13/1969 [2 of 5]

Box 17

GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/13/1969 3/13/1969 [3 of 5]
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/13/1969 3/13/1969 [4 of 5]
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/13/1969 3/13/1969 [4 of 5]
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/14/1969 3/14/1969
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/15/1969 3/15/1969
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/16/1969-3/17/1969
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/18/1969-3/19/1969

Box 18

GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/20/1969-3/24/1969
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 3/25/1969-3/31/1969
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 4/1/1969-4/6/1969
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 4/7/1969-4/10/1969
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 4/11/1969-4/23/1969
GEN TR 3 Europe (Proposed) [Belgium, the United Kingdom, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, and France] 4/24/1969-10/13/1969

Box 19

EX TR 4 All trips to Camp David 2/9/1969-12/11/1970
GEN TR 4 All trips to Camp David 8/11/1969-9/15/1969
EX TR 5 State College, Pennsylvania, to attend funeral of Uncle Dr. Ernest Nixon 3/6/1969
GEN TR 5 State College, Pennsylvania, to attend funeral of Uncle Dr. Ernest Nixon 3/6/1969
EX TR 6 Key Biscayne, Florida. Departed 3/7/69. Returned 3/10/69. 3/7/1969-3/10/1969 [Empty]
GEN TR 6 Key Biscayne, Florida. Departed 3/7/69. Returned 3/10/69. 3/7/1969-3/10/1969 [Empty]
EX TR 7 Missouri, California. Departed: 3/21/69. Returned: 3/23/69. 3/21/1969-3/23/1969
GEN TR 7 Missouri, California. Departed: 3/21/69. Returned: 3/23/69. 3/21/1969-3/23/1969
EX TR 8 Camp David 3/28/1969-3/30/1969 Cross reference to EX TR 4
GEN TR 8 Camp David 3/28/1969-3/30/1969 Cross reference to GEN TR 4
EX TR 9 Kansas-Florida. Departed: 4/2/69. Returned: 4/6/69. 4/2/1969-4/6/1969
GEN TR 9 Kansas-Florida. Departed: 4/2/69. Returned: 4/6/69. 4/2/1969-4/6/1969
EX TR 10 Camp David 4/12/1969-4/13/1969 Cross reference to EX TR 4
GEN TR 10 Camp David 4/12/1969-4/13/1969 Cross reference GEN TR 4
EX TR 11 Camp David 4/19/1969-4/20/1969 Cross reference to EX TR 4
GEN TR 11 Camp David 4/19/1969-4/20/1969 Cross reference GEN TR 4
EX TR 12 So. Dakota, Colo., Calif., Ohio, Hawaii, & Midway Islands 1/20/1969-6/19/1969

Box 20

EX TR 12 So. Dakota, Colo., Calif., Ohio, Hawaii, & Midway Islands 6/17/1969-8/8/1969
EX TR 12 So. Dakota, Colo., Calif., Ohio, Hawaii, & Midway Islands 8/9/1969 [3/4/1970-7/16/1970]
GEN TR 12 So. Dakota, Colo., Calif., Ohio, Hawaii, & Midway Islands 1/20/1969-5/29/1969
GEN TR 12 So. Dakota, Colo., Calif., Ohio, Hawaii, & Midway Islands 5/30/1969-6/7/1969
GEN TR 12 So. Dakota, Colo., Calif., Ohio, Hawaii, & Midway Islands 6/8/1969 [5/22/1969-1/13/1970]
EX TR 13 Camp David-Norfolk, Va. 4/25/1969-4/26/1969
GEN TR 13 Camp David-Norfolk, Va. 4/25/1969-4/26/1969
EX TR 14 South Carolina-Kentucky 5/3/1969

Box 21

GEN TR 14 South Carolina-Kentucky 5/3/1969
EX TR 15 Winchester, Va. Lunch at the home of Sen. Harry Flood Byrd, Jr. 5/4/1969
GEN TR 15 Winchester, Va. Lunch at the home of Sen. Harry Flood Byrd, Jr. 5/4/1969
EX TR 16 Key Biscayne, Florida 5/7/1969-5/11/1969
GEN TR 16 Key Biscayne, Florida 5/7/1969-5/11/1969
EX TR 17 Armed Forces Day Trip U.S.S. Saratoga 5/17/1969
GEN TR 17 Armed Forces Day Trip U.S.S. Saratoga 5/17/1969
EX TR 18 Camp David 5/23/1969-5/25/1969 Cross reference EX TR 4
GEN TR 18 Camp David 5/23/1969-5/25/1969 Cross reference GEN TR 4
EX TR 19 Key Biscayne, FL 5/28/1969-6/1/1969
GEN TR 19 Key Biscayne, FL 5/28/1969-6/1/1969
EX TR 20 Maryland-Towson and Camp David 6/21/1969-6/22/1969
GEN TR 20 Maryland-Towson and Camp David 6/21/1969-6/22/1969
EX TR 21 New York and Canada 6/27/1969-6/28/1969
EX TR 21 New York and Canada 7/1/1969-9/30/1969

Box 22

EX TR 21 New York and Canada 10/1/1969
GEN TR 21 New York and Canada 6/27/1969-6/28/1969
EX TR 22 San Clemente, California (Month of August) 8/1/1969-8/6/1969
EX TR 22 San Clemente, California (Month of August) 8/7/1969-8/24/1969
EX TR 22 San Clemente, California (Month of August) 8/25/1969-9/3/1969
EX TR 22 San Clemente, California (Month of August) 9/4/1969-9/24/1969
EX TR 22 San Clemente, California (Month of August) 9/25/1969-1/15/1970

Box 23

GEN TR 22 San Clemente, California (Month of August) 6/20/1969-7/31/1969
GEN TR 22 San Clemente, California (Month of August) 8/1/1969-7/31/1969
GEN TR 22 San Clemente, California (Month of August) 8/22/1969-8/31/1969
GEN TR 22 San Clemente, California (Month of August) 9/1/1969-

Box 24

EX TR 22-1 Los Angeles, California Dinner-Apollo XI Astronauts 8/13/1969
GEN TR 22-1 Los Angeles, California Dinner-Apollo XI Astronauts 8/13/1969
EX TR 22-2 San Francisco, California Dinner-Pres. Park of Korea 8/21/1969
GEN TR 22-2 San Francisco, California Dinner-Pres. Park of Korea 8/21/1969
EX TR 22-3 Redwoods Nat'l Park, Calif. Lady Bird Johnson Grove 8/27/1969
GEN TR 22-3 Redwoods Nat'l Park, Calif. Lady Bird Johnson Grove 8/27/1969
EX TR 22-4 Colorado Springs, Colo., NORAD, National Governors Conference 9/1/1969
GEN TR 22-4 Colorado Springs, Colo., NORAD, National Governors Conference 9/1/1969
EX TR 22-5 Texas-Mexico, Amistad Dam 9/8/1969
GEN TR 22-5 Texas-Mexico, Amistad Dam 9/8/1969
EX TR 22-6 Gulfport, Miss. Hurricane Camille 9/8/1969
GEN TR 22-6 Gulfport, Miss. Hurricane Camille 9/8/1969

Box 25

EX TR 23 Key Biscayne, Florida Independence Day Weekend 7/2/1969-7/6/1969
GEN TR 23 Key Biscayne, Florida Independence Day Weekend 7/2/1969-7/6/1969
EX TR 24 Cape Kennedy, Fla. Dinner with the Apollo XI Crew 7/15/1969
GEN TR 24 Cape Kennedy, Fla. Dinner with the Apollo XI Crew 7/15/1969
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 7/23/1969 1/20/1969-7/20/1969
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Splashdown 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [1 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: New Delhi 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [2 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Mildenhall UK 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [3 of 16]

Box 26

EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Manila 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [4 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Lahore 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [5 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Johnson Isl. 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [6 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Guam 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [7 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Djakarta 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [8 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Asian Trip-Outgoing Cables-DLC [Dwight L. Chapin] 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [9 of 16]

Box 27

EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Asian Trip-General 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [10 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Asia Trip-Cables-General 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [11 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Bangkok, Thailand 7/21/1969-7/31/19 [12 of 16]

Box 28

EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Asian Trip-Tentative Trip Schedules 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [13 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Asian Trip-Mrs. Nixon's Schedule 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [14 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe: Bucharest, Romania 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [15 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 7/21/1969-7/31/1969 [16 of 16]
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 8/1/1969-8/6/1969
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 8/7/1969
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 8/8/1969-8/15/1969

Box 29

EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 8/16/1969
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 8/17/1969-8/22/1969
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 8/23/1969-8/31/1969
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 9/1/1969-9/23/1969
EX TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 9/24/1969-[End]

Box 30

GEN TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe Begin-7/10/1969
GEN TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 7/11/1969-7/15/1969
GEN TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 7/16/1969-7/17/1969
GEN TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 7/21/1969-7/22/1969
GEN TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 7/23/1969-7/28/1969
GEN TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 7/29/1969-7/31/1969
GEN TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 8/1/1969-8/10/1969

Box 31

GEN TR 25 Mid Pacific-Asia-Europe 8/11/1969
EX TR 26 Maryland-Pennsylvania Departed: 7/15/69 Returned: 7/19/69 7/18/1969-7/19/1969
GEN TR 26 Maryland-Pennsylvania Departed: 7/15/69 Returned: 7/19/69 7/18/1969-7/19/1969
EX TR 27 NYC-To address with the United Nations General Assembly
GEN TR 27 NYC-To address with the United Nations General Assembly
EX TR 28 Key Biscayne, Florida 10/2/1969-10/5/1969
GEN TR 28 Key Biscayne, Florida 10/2/1969-10/5/1969
EX TR 29/ST # Campaign for 1969

Box 32

GEN TR 29/ST # Campaign for 1969
EX TR 30 Key Biscayne, Florida 11/6/1969
GEN TR 30 Key Biscayne, Florida 11/6/1969 [Empty]
EX TR 31 Cape Kennedy, Fla. for the launching of Apollo 12 11/14/1969
GEN TR 31 Cape Kennedy, Fla. for the launching of Apollo 12 11/14/1969
EX TR 32 Key Biscayne, Florida Thanksgiving Holiday 11/27/1969-11/30/1969
GEN TR 32 Key Biscayne, Florida Thanksgiving Holiday 11/27/1969-11/30/1969
EX TR 33 Fayetteville, Arkansas to attend the football game between the University of Texas and the University of Arkansas 12/6/1969
GEN TR 33 Fayetteville, Arkansas to attend the football game between the University of Texas and the University of Arkansas 12/6/1969
EX TR 34 NYC to attend Nat'l Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Dinner 12/9/1969
GEN TR 34 NYC to attend Nat'l Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Dinner 12/9/1969

Box 33

EX TR 35 San Clemente, California 12/30/1969
GEN TR 35 San Clemente, California 12/30/1969
EX TR 35-1 North Hollywood, California-the home of Bob Hope 1/3/1970
GEN TR 35-1 North Hollywood, California-the home of Bob Hope 1/3/1970
EX TR 35-2 Santa Ana, California-To register to vote at Orange County Courthouse 1/8/1970
GEN TR 35-2 Santa Ana, California-To register to vote at Orange County Courthouse 1/8/1970
EX TR 36 Northampton, Mass. Julie & David Eisenhower (President's Birthday) 1/9/1970
GEN TR 36 Northampton, Mass. Julie & David Eisenhower (President's Birthday) 1/9/1970
EX TR 37 Phila., Pa.-Ormandy/Phila. Orchestra, Phila. Academy of Music 1/24/1970
GEN TR 37 Phila., Pa.-Ormandy/Phila. Orchestra, Phila. Academy of Music 1/24/1970
GEN TR 38 Indiana-Illinois 2/5/1970-2/6/1970

Box 34

GEN TR 38 Indiana-Illinois 2/5/1970-2/6/1970
EX TR 38-1 Indianapolis, Indiana
GEN TR 38-1 Indianapolis, Indiana
EX TR 38-2 Chicago, Illinois 2/1/1970-6/10/1970 [1 of 2]
EX TR 38-2 Chicago, Illinois 11/14/1969-7/10/1970 [2 of 2]
GEN TR 38-2 Chicago, Illinois
EX TR 39 Key Biscayne, Florida 2/11/1970-2/15/1970
GEN TR 39 Key Biscayne, Florida 2/11/1970-2/15/1970 [Empty]
EX TR 40 Key Biscayne, Florida (Proposed) 3/5/1970
GEN TR 40 Key Biscayne, Florida (Proposed) 3/5/1970

Box 35

EX TR 41 Key Biscayne, Florida Departed: 3/26/70 Returned: 3/30/70
GEN TR 41 Key Biscayne, Florida Departed: 3/26/70 Returned: 3/30/70
EX TR 42 New York City-For dinner honoring Pres. Pompidou of France 3/2/1970
EX TR 42 New York City-For dinner honoring Pres. Pompidou of France 3/11/1970
EX TR 42 New York City-For dinner honoring Pres. Pompidou of France 3/12/1970-3/22/1970
EX TR 42 New York City-For dinner honoring Pres. Pompidou of France 3/23/1970-3/30/1970
EX TR 42 New York City-For dinner honoring Pres. Pompidou of France 3/31/1970

Box 36

EX TR 42 New York City-For dinner honoring Pres. Pompidou of France 4/1/1970-4/3/1970
EX TR 42 New York City-For dinner honoring Pres. Pompidou of France 4/4/1970-5/7/1970
GEN TR 42 New York City-For dinner honoring Pres. Pompidou of France 3/2/1970 [3/3/1970-4/15/1970]
EX TR 43 San Clemente, California (Proposed) Cancelled 4/27/1970-5/1/1970
GEN TR 43 San Clemente, California (Proposed) Cancelled 4/27/1970-5/1/1970
EX TR 44 Portland, Oregon (Proposed) 10/1970 [Empty]
GEN TR 44 Portland, Oregon (Proposed) 10/1970 [Empty]
EX TR 45 Texas, Hawaii, California 4/18/1970-4/21/1970
GEN TR 45 Texas, Hawaii, California 4/18/1970-4/21/1970
EX TR 45-1 Houston, Texas 4/18/1970
GEN TR 45-1 Houston, Texas
EX TR 45-2 Honolulu, Hawaii 4/18/1970-4/19/1970
GEN TR 45-2 Honolulu, Hawaii 4/18/1970-4/19/1970
EX TR 45-3 San Clemente, California 4/19/1970-4/21/1970
GEN TR 45-3 San Clemente, California 4/19/1970-4/21/1970
EX TR 46 Key Biscayne, Florida 5/14/1970- [4/24/1970-5/20/1970]
GEN TR 46 Key Biscayne, Florida 5/14/1970-

Box 37

EX TR 47 Arizona-Vermont-Oklahoma-Texas-New Mexico-Georgia Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970 [1 of 2]
GEN TR 47 Arizona, Vermont, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Georgia Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970 [2 of 2]
GEN TR 47 Arizona, Vermont, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Georgia Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970 [Empty]
EX TR 47-1 Phoenix, Arizona Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970
GEN TR 47-1 Phoenix, Arizona Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970 [Empty]
EX TR 47-2 Burlington, Vermont Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970
GEN TR 47-2 Burlington, Vermont Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970
EX TR 47-3 Ardmore, Oklahoma Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970 [Empty]
GEN TR 47-3 Ardmore, Oklahoma Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970 [Empty]
EX TR 47-4 Brownsville, Texas Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970
GEN TR 47-4 Brownsville, Texas Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970 [Empty]
EX TR 47-5 Santa Fe, New Mexico Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970
GEN TR 47-5 Santa Fe, New Mexico Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970
EX TR 47-6 Atlanta, Georgia Stone Mountain Dedication Proposed-Cancelled 5/1970
EX TR 48 Tennessee-California 5/28/1970
GEN TR 48 Tennessee-California 5/28/1970 [Empty]

Box 38

EX TR 48-1 Knoxville, Tenn. to speak at Billy Graham's "Crusade", Univ. of Tenn. 5/28/1970
GEN TR 48-1 Knoxville, Tenn. to speak at Billy Graham's "Crusade", Univ. of Tenn. 5/28/1970
EX TR 48-2 San Clemente, California 5/28/1970
GEN TR 48-2 San Clemente, California 5/28/1970
EX TR 49 Key Biscayne, Florida 6/12/1970-6/14/1970
GEN TR 49 Key Biscayne, Florida 6/12/1970-6/14/1970
EX TR 50 Illinois-Missouri-California 6/25/1970 3/30/1970-7/28/1970
GEN TR 50 Illinois-Missouri-California 6/25/1970
EX TR 50-1 Belleville, Illinois Scott AFB for helicopter to St. Louis, Missouri 6/25/1970
GEN TR 50-1 Belleville, Illinois Scott AFB for helicopter to St. Louis, Missouri 6/25/1970 [Empty]
EX TR 50-2 St. Louis, Missouri Junior Chamber of Commerce 50th Anniversary 6/25/1970
GEN TR 50-2 St. Louis, Missouri Junior Chamber of Commerce 50th Anniversary 6/25/1970
EX TR 50-3 San Clemente, California 6/25/1970
GEN TR 50-3 San Clemente, California 6/25/1970

Box 39

EX TR 50-4 Newport Beach, California Wedding of niece 6/27/1970
GEN TR 50-4 Newport Beach, California Wedding of niece 6/27/1970
EX TR 50-5 Los Angeles, California "Conversation with the President" 7/1/1970
GEN TR 50-5 Los Angeles, California "Conversation with the President" 7/1/1970
EX TR 51 Kentucky-Ohio 7/14/1970-7/15/1970 6/8/1970-8/5/1970
GEN TR 51 Kentucky-Ohio 7/14/1970-7/15/1970 [Empty]
EX TR 51-1 Louisville, Kentucky Appalachian Regional State Governors 7/14/1970
GEN TR 51-1 Louisville, Kentucky Appalachian Regional State Governors 7/14/1970
EX TR 51-2 Cincinnati, OH to attend the All-Stars [sic] Baseball Game 7/14/1970 [6/24/1970-8/31/1970]
GEN TR 51-2 Cincinnati, OH to attend the All-Stars [sic] Baseball Game 7/14/1970

Box 40

EX TR 52 North Dakota, Utah, California, 7/24- Colorado Returned to D.C. 8/3/70 7/24/1970-8/3/1970
GEN TR 52 North Dakota, Utah, California, 7/24- Colorado Returned to D.C. 8/3/70 7/24/1970-8/3/1970
EX TR 52-1 Fargo, North Dakota Plains States Governors and Mayors 7/24/1970
GEN TR 52-1 Fargo, North Dakota Plains States Governors and Mayors 7/24/1970
EX TR 52-2 Salt Lake City, Utah Joseph F. Smith and Mormons 7/24/1970
GEN TR 52-2 Salt Lake City, Utah Joseph F. Smith and Mormons 7/24/1970
EX TR 52-3 San Clemente, California Western White House 7/24/1970
GEN TR 52-3 San Clemente, California Western White House 7/24/1970
EX TR 52-4 Anaheim, California to watch Senators-Angel[s] baseball game 7/26/1970
GEN TR 52-4 Anaheim, California to watch Senators-Angel[s] baseball game 7/26/1970
EX TR 52-5 Los Angeles, California Press Conference, Century Plaza Hotel 7/30/1970
GEN TR 52-5 Los Angeles, California Press Conference, Century Plaza Hotel 7/30/1970
EX TR 52-6 LEAA State Officials, Denver, Colo. 8/3/1970

Box 41

GEN TR 52-6 LEAA State Officials, Denver, Colo. 8/3/1970
EX TR 53 Mexico (Proposed) 8/1970
GEN TR 53 Mexico (Proposed) 8/1970
EX TR 53-1 Puerto Vallarta, Mexico 8/10/1970-8/21/1970 [1 of 3]
EX TR 53-1 Puerto Vallarta, Mexico 8/10/1970-8/21/1970 [2 of 3]
EX TR 53-1 Puerto Vallarta, Mexico 8/10/1970-8/21/1970 [3 of 3]

Box 42

GEN TR 53-1 Puerto Vallarta, Mexico 8/20/1970-8/21/1970
EX TR 53-2 San Clemente, California 8/21/1970
GEN TR 53-2 San Clemente, California 8/21/1970
EX TR 53-3 Los Angeles, California Los Angeles Music Center 8/27/1970
GEN TR 53-3 Los Angeles, California Los Angeles Music Center 8/27/1970
EX TR 53-4 Coronado, California State dinner for outgoing President of Mexico 9/3/1970 [1 of 2]
EX TR 53-4 Coronado, California State dinner for outgoing President of Mexico 9/3/1970 [2 of 2]
GEN TR 53-4 Coronado, California State dinner for outgoing President of Mexico 9/3/1970

Box 43

EX TR 53-5 Riverside, California 9/6/1970
43 GEN TR 53-5 Riverside, California 9/6/1970 [Empty]
EX TR 53-6 Ontario, California 9/6/1970
GEN TR 53-6 Ontario, California 9/6/1970 [Empty]
EX TR 54 New Orleans, Louisiana for meeting of the La. State Advisory Committee 8/14/1970
GEN TR 54 New Orleans, Louisiana for meeting of the La. State Advisory Committee 8/14/1970
EX TR 55 New York City-for meeting with editorial board of the N.Y. Daily News 8/18/1970
GEN TR 55 New York City-for meeting with editorial board of the N.Y. Daily News 8/18/1970
EX TR 56 Kansas-Illinois 9/16/1970-9/17/1970
GEN TR 56 Kansas-Illinois 9/16/1970-9/17/1970
EX TR 56-1 Manhattan, Kansas-Kansas State University, Ahearn Fieldhouse 9/16/1970
GEN TR 56-1 Manhattan, Kansas-Kansas State University, Ahearn Fieldhouse 9/16/1970

Box 44

EX TR 56-2 Chicago, Illinois 9/16/1970
GEN TR 56-2 Chicago, Illinois 9/16/1970-9/17/1970
EX TR 57 Europe 9/27/1970-10/5/1970
GEN TR 57 Europe 9/27/1970-10/5/1970
EX TR 57-1 Italy 9/16/1970-11/11/1970
GEN TR 57-1 Italy
EX TR 57-2 Yugoslavia 9/10/1970-12/29/1970

Box 45

GEN TR 57-2 Yugoslavia
EX TR 57-3 Spain 9/16/1970-1/29/1971
GEN TR 57-3 Spain
EX TR 57-4 England
GEN TR 57-4 England
EX TR 57-5 Ireland
EX TR 57-5 Ireland
EX TR 58 Georgia-Florida-Connecticut 10/8/1970-10/12/1970
GEN TR 58 Georgia-Florida-Connecticut 10/8/1970-10/12/1970
EX TR 58-1 Savannah, Ga.-To dedicate the Oceanographic Science Center of the Atlantic Comm. on Skidaway Island 10/8/1970
GEN TR 58-1 Savannah, Ga.-To dedicate the Oceanographic Science Center of the Atlantic Comm. on Skidaway Island 10/8/1970
EX TR 58-2 Key Biscayne, Florida 10/8/1970-10/12/1970
GEN TR 58-2 Key Biscayne, Florida 10/8/1970-10/12/1970 [Empty]
EX TR 58-3 SEE: TR 61 [Empty]
GEN TR 58-3 SEE: TR 61 [Empty]
EX TR 58-4 SEE: TR 60/ST 7 [Empty]
GEN TR 58-4 SEE: TR 60/ST 7 [Empty]
EX TR 59 New York-To address the United Nations General Assembly (Proposed) 10/23/1970
GEN TR 59 New York-To address the United Nations General Assembly (Proposed) 10/23/1970

Box 46

EX TR 60 Campaign 1970 7/25/1970-10/18/1970 [1 of 3]
EX TR 60 Campaign 1970 10/19/1970-10/29/1970 [2 of 3]
EX TR 60 Campaign 1970 10/29/1970-11/20/1970 [3 of 3]
GEN TR 60 Campaign 1970
EX TR 60/ST # Campaign 1970

Box 47

GEN TR 60/ST 3-ST 27 [1 of 2]
GEN TR 60/ST 30-ST 49 [2 of 2]
EX TR 60/ST 3
EX TR 60/ST 5

Box 48

EX TR 60/ST 7 Hartford/Stanford, Conn. to dedicate the New Italian Comm. Center 10/12/1970
GEN TR 60/ST 7 Hartford/Stanford, Conn. to dedicate the New Italian Comm. Center 10/12/1970
EX TR 60/ST 9
EX TR 60/ST 10
EX TR 60/ST 13
EX TR 60/ST 14
EX TR 60/ST 17
EX TR 60/ST 20
EX TR 60/ST 23
EX TR 60/ST 25
EX TR 60/ST 27
EX TR 60/ST 28
EX TR 60/ST 30
EX TR 60/ST 31
EX TR 60/ST 33
EX TR 60/ST 34
EX TR 60/ST 35
EX TR 60/ST 38

Box 49

EX TR 60/ST 42
EX TR 60/ST 43
EX TR 60/ST 44
EX TR 60/ST 45
EX TR 60/ST 49
EX TR 60/ST 50
EX TR 61 Hartford, Conn.-Foreign Policy Briefing for News Media Exec. from Northeastern States 10/12/1970
GEN TR 61 Hartford, Conn.-Foreign Policy Briefing for News Media Exec. from Northeastern States 10/12/1970
EX TR 62 San Clemente, California 10/31/1970-11/4/1970
GEN TR 62 San Clemente, California 10/31/1970-11/4/1970
EX TR 63 Key Biscayne, Florida 11/6/1970-11/10/1970
GEN TR 63 Key Biscayne, Florida 11/6/1970-11/10/1970
EX TR 64 Paris, France-for funeral of former pres. Charles DeGaulle 11/11/1970-11/12/1970
GEN TR 64 Paris, France-for funeral of former pres. Charles DeGaulle 11/11/1970-11/12/1970

Box 50

EX TR 65 Philadelphia, Pa.-Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 11/17/1970
GEN TR 65 Philadelphia, Pa.-Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 11/17/1970 [Empty]
EX TR 66 Key Biscayne, Florida (Thanksgiving) 11/26/1970-
GEN TR 66 Key Biscayne, Florida (Thanksgiving) 11/26/1970- [Empty]
EX TR 67 San Clemente, California (Christmas)
GEN TR 67 San Clemente, California (Christmas) [Empty]
EX TR 68 New York City-Nat'l Assn. of Manufacturers, Waldorf-Astoria 12/4/1970
GEN TR 68 New York City-Nat'l Assn. of Manufacturers, Waldorf-Astoria 12/4/1970

Box 51

EX TR 2 Camp David 1/1/1971-1972
EX TR 2 Camp David 1/1/1973-1974
GEN TR 2 Camp David 1/1/1971-1972
GEN TR 2 Camp David 1/1/1973-1974 [Empty]
EX TR 3 San Clemente, California 1/5/1971-
GEN TR 3 San Clemente, California 1/5/1971-
EX TR 3-1 Lincoln, Neb.-Student Faculty Convocation/Plaque to football team 1/14/1971
GEN TR 3-1 Lincoln, Neb.-Student Faculty Convocation/Plaque to football team 1/14/1971
EX TR 4 Atlanta, Ga.-To pay respects to the late Sen. Richard B. Russell at the State Capitol, Atlanta 1/23/1971
GEN TR 4 Atlanta, Ga.-To pay respects to the late Sen. Richard B. Russell at the State Capitol, Atlanta 1/23/1971
EX TR 5 St. John, Virgin Islands Caneel Bay Plantation 1/29/1971-2/1/1971
GEN TR 5 St. John, Virgin Islands Caneel Bay Plantation 1/29/1971-1/1/1971
EX TR 6 Key Biscayne, Florida 2/11/1971-2/15/1971
GEN TR 6 Key Biscayne, Florida 2/11/1971-2/15/1971
EX TR 7 Des Moines, Iowa 3/1/1971 1/1/1971-3/1/1971

Box 52

EX TR 7 Des Moines, Iowa 3/2/1971
GEN TR 7 Des Moines, Iowa 3/1/1971
EX TR 8 New York Proposed March, 1971 Rochester, NY CANCELLED See TR 21
GEN TR 8 New York Proposed March, 1971 Rochester, NY CANCELLED See TR 21
EX TR 9 Rhode Island, Florida, Alabama 3/12/1971
GEN TR 9 Rhode Island, Florida, Alabama 3/12/1971
EX TR 9-1 Newport, Rhode Island Naval Officers Training School 3/12/1971 1/1/1971-3/12/1971
EX TR 9-1 Newport, Rhode Island Naval Officers Training School 3/13/1971
GEN TR 9-1 Newport, Rhode Island Naval Officers Training School 3/12/1971
EX TR 9-2 Key Biscayne, Florida 3/12/1971
GEN TR 9-2 Key Biscayne, Florida 3/12/1971
GEN TR 9-3 Birmingham, Alabama Cancelled 3/15/1971
GEN TR 9-3 Birmingham, Alabama Cancelled 3/15/1971
EX TR 10 Williamsburg, Virginia-To address the National Conference of the Judiciary 3/11/1971
GEN TR 10 Williamsburg, Virginia-To address the National Conference of the Judiciary 3/11/1971

Box 53

EX TR 11 Austin, Texas-Dedication of the LBJ Library, University of Texas, 5/22/71 (Proposed) TR 11 Florida-Alabama 5/22/1971-5/25/1971
GEN TR 11 Austin, Texas-Dedication of the LBJ Library, University of Texas, 5/22/71 (Proposed) TR 11 Florida-Alabama 5/22/1971-5/25/1971
EX TR 11-1 Key Biscayne, Florida 5/22/1971-5/25/1971
GEN TR 11-1 Key Biscayne, Florida 5/22/1971-5/25/1971
EX TR 11-2 Mobile, Alabama-Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway dedication 5/25/1971
GEN TR 11-2 Mobile, Alabama-Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway dedication 5/25/1971

Box 54

EX TR 11-3 Birmingham, Ala.-Briefing for Newspaper Editors-Broadcast Newsmen 5/25/1971
GEN TR 11-3 Birmingham, Ala.-Briefing for Newspaper Editors-Broadcast Newsmen 5/25/1971
EX TR 12 Lexington, Kentucky-Burial Services for Whitney M. Young, Jr. 3/17/1971
GEN TR 12 Lexington, Kentucky-Burial Services for Whitney M. Young, Jr. 3/17/1971
EX TR 13 New York City, New York-Funeral Services of Thomas E. Dewey 3/19/1971
GEN TR 13 New York City, New York-Funeral Services of Thomas E. Dewey 3/19/1971 [Empty]
EX TR 14 San Clemente, California 3/25/1971
GEN TR 14 San Clemente, California 3/15/1971

Box 55

EX TR 15 Tulsa, Oklahoma-Ded. of the Ark.-Verdigris River Navigation Project 6/5/1971
GEN TR 15 Tulsa, Oklahoma-Ded. of the Ark.-Verdigris River Navigation Project 6/5/1971
EX TR 16 Williamsburg, Virginia Republican Governors Conference 4/19/1971
GEN TR 16 Williamsburg, Virginia Republican Governors Conference 4/19/1971
EX TR 17 San Clemente, California (Proposed) 4/30/1971-5/6/1971
GEN TR 17 San Clemente, California (Proposed) 4/30/1971-5/6/1971
EX TR 18 New Jersey-New York Helicopter Tour, New York Harbor 5/10/1971
GEN TR 18 New Jersey-New York Helicopter Tour, New York Harbor 5/10/1971

Box 56

EX TR 19 Key Biscayne, Florida 5/14/1971-5/17/1971
GEN TR 19 Key Biscayne, Florida 5/14/1971-5/17/1971
EX TR 20 West Point, New York-To view U.S. Military Academy Corps of Cadets Parade 5/29/1971
GEN TR 20 West Point, New York-To view U.S. Military Academy Corps of Cadets Parade 5/29/1971
EX TR 21 New York-Florida-New Jersey 6/18/1971-6/22/1971
GEN TR 21 New York-Florida-New Jersey 6/18/1971-6/22/1971
EX TR 21-1 Rochester, New York 6/18/1971 [1 of 2]
EX TR 21-1 Rochester, New York 6/18/1971 [2 of 2]
GEN TR 21-1 Rochester, New York 6/18/1971
EX TR 21-2 Key Biscayne, Florida 6/18/1971-6/22/1971
GEN TR 21-2 Key Biscayne, Florida 6/18/1971-6/22/1971

Box 57

EX TR 21-3 Atlantic City, New Jersey AMA 6/22/1971
GEN TR 21-3 Atlantic City, New Jersey AMA 6/22/1971
EX TR 22 Indiana-Illinois 6/24/1971-6/25/1971
GEN TR 22 Indiana-Illinois 6/24/1971-6/25/1971
EX TR 22-1 Vernon, Indiana 6/25/1971
GEN TR 22-1 Vernon, Indiana 6/25/1971
EX TR 22-2 Indianapolis, Indiana 6/24/1971
GEN TR 22-2 Indianapolis, Indiana 6/24/1971
EX TR 22-3 Chicago. Illinois Returned to Camp David 6/25/1971
GEN TR 22-3 Chicago. Illinois Returned to Camp David 6/25/1971
EX TR 23 Missouri-California 7/6/1971-7/18/1971
GEN TR 23 Missouri-California 7/6/1971-7/18/1971 [Empty]

Box 58

EX TR 23-1 Kansas City, Missouri Midwest Domestic Briefing 7/6/1971 [1 of 2]
EX TR 23-1 Kansas City, Missouri Midwest Domestic Briefing 7/6/1971 [2 of 2]
GEN TR 23-1 Kansas City, Missouri Midwest Domestic Briefing 7/6/1971
EX TR 23-2 San Clemente, California 7/6/1971
GEN TR 23-2 San Clemente, California 7/6/1971
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 7/16/1971-7/28/1971

Box 59

EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 7/29/1971-8/16/1971
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 8/17/1971 (Begin)
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 8/17/1971 (End)
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 8/18/1971-8/31/1971
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 9/1/1971-9/19/1971
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 9/20/1971-9/30/1971
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 10/1/1971-10/31/1971

Box 60

EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 11/1/1971-11/31/1971
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 12/1/1971-12/31/1971
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 1/1/1972-1/31/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 2/1/1972-2/15/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 2/16/1972-2/20/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 2/21/1972-2/23/1972

Box 61

EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 2/24/1972-2/29/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/1/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/2/1972-3/8/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/9/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/10/1972-3/13/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/14/1972-3/15/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/16/1972-3/20/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/21/1972-3/28/1972

Box 62

EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/29/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/30/1972-3/31/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 4/1/1972-4/10/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 4/11/1972-4/17/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 4/18/1972-4/30/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 5/1/1972-5/10/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 5/11/1972-5/31/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 6/1/1972-6/30/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 7/1/1972-11/29/1972
EX TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 1/16/1973-4/30/1974

Box 63

GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 7/16/1971-7/31/1971
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 8/1/1971-8/9/1971
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 8/24/1971-9/9/1971
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 8/24/1971-9/9/1971
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 9/10/1971-9/30/1971
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 10/1/1971-10/7/1971

Box 64

GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 10/8/1971-10/19/1971
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 10/20/1971-10/31/1970
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 11/1/1971-11/6/1971
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 11/7/1971-11/20/1971
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 11/21/1971-11/30/1971
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 12/1/1971-12/9/1971
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 12/10/1971-12/17/1971
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 12/18/1971-12/22/1971

Box 65

GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 12/23/1971-12/31/1971
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 1/1/1972-1/5/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 1/6/1972-1/16/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 1/17/1972-1/18/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 1/19/1972-1/20/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 1/21/1972-1/24/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 1/25/1972-1/27/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 1/28/1972-1/31/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 2/1/1972-2/9/1972

Box 66

GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 2/10/1972-2/14/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 2/15/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 2/16/1972 (Begin)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 2/16/1972 (Con't) [1 of 2]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 2/16/1972 (Con't) [2 of 2]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 2/16/1972 (End)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 2/17/1972-2/29/1972

Box 67

GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/1/1972-3/8/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/9/1972-3/13/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/14/1972 (Begin)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/14/1972 (Con't)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/14/1972 (End)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/15/1972 (Begin)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/15/1972 (Con't) [1 of 2]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/15/1972 (Con't) [2 of 2]

Box 68

GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/15/1972 (End)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/16/1972 (Begin)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/16/1972 (Con't) [1 of 4]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/16/1972 (Con't) [2 of 4]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/16/1972 (Con't) [3 of 4]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/16/1972 (Con't) [4 of 4]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/16/1972 (End)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/17/1972-3/19/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/20/1972 (Begin)

Box 69

GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/20/1972 (Con't)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/20/1972 (End)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/21/1972 (Begin)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/21/1972 (Con't) [1 of 2]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/21/1972 (Con't) [2 of 2]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/21/1972 (End)
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/22/1972 [1 of 3]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/22/1972 [2 of 3]

Box 70

GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/22/1972 [3 of 3]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/23/1972 [1 of 4]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/23/1973 [2 of 4]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/23/1972 [3 of 4]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/23/1974 [4 of 4]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/24/1972-3/26/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/27/1972 [1 of 3]

Box 71

GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/27/1972 [2 of 3]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/27/1972 [2 of 3]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/28/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/29/1972 [1 of 3]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/29/1972 [2 of 3]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/29/1972 [3 of 3]

Box 72

GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/30/1972-3/31/1972 [1 of 2]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 3/30/1972-3/31/1972 [2 of 2]
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 4/5/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 4/6/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 4/7/1972-4/31/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 4/24/1972-4/31/1972

Box 73

GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 5/1/1972-5/8/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 5/9/1972-5/31/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 6/1/1972-7/31/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 8/1/1972-12/15/1972
GEN TR 24 China, Peoples Republic of (Red China) Proposed 1972 1/15/1973-4/17/1974
EX TR 25 Ohio-Iowa-California 7/30/1971-7/31/1971
GEN TR 25 Ohio-Iowa-California 7/30/1971-7/31/1971 [Empty]
EX TR 25-1 Akron/Canton, Ohio-Pro Football Hall of Fame, Canton City Civic Center 7/30/1971

Box 74

GEN TR 25-1 Akron/Canton, Ohio-Pro Football Hall of Fame, Canton City Civic Center 7/30/1971
EX TR 25-2 Ottumwa & Centreville, Iowa Dedication of the Rathbun Dam 7/31/1971
GEN TR 25-2 Ottumwa & Centreville, Iowa Dedication of the Rathbun Dam 7/31/1971
EX TR 25-3 San Francisco/San Clemente, California Cancelled
GEN TR 25-3 San Francisco/San Clemente, California Cancelled
EX TR 26 New York City-Tricia & Ed Cox/"No, No, Nanette" 8/4/1971
GEN TR 26 New York City-Tricia & Ed Cox/"No, No, Nanette" 8/4/1971
EX TR 27 New Hampshire-Maine 8/6/1971-8/8/1971
GEN TR 27 New Hampshire-Maine 8/6/1971-8/8/1971
EX TR 27-1 Manchester/Nashua, NH 8/6/1971
GEN TR 27-1 Manchester/Nashua, NH 8/6/1971-8/8/1971
GEN TR 27-2 Bangor/Minot Island, Maine 8/6/1971-8/8/1971
GEN TR 27-2 Bangor/Minot Island, Maine 8/6/1971
EX TR 28 New York-Illinois-Idaho-Wyoming-Texas-California 8/17/1971

Box 75

GEN TR 28 New York-Illinois-Idaho-Wyoming-Texas-California 8/17/1971
EX TR 28-1 New York, New York-Knights of Columbus, 89th International mtg. 8/17/1971
GEN TR 28-1 New York, New York-Knights of Columbus, 89th International mtg. 8/17/1971
EX TR 28-2 Springfield, Ill.-Bill signing ceremony establishing Abraham Lincoln's home as a National Monument 8/18/1971
GEN TR 28-2 Springfield, Ill.-Bill signing ceremony establishing Abraham Lincoln's home as a National Monument 8/18/1971
EX TR 28-3 Idaho Falls, Idaho 8/18/1971
GEN TR 28-3 Idaho Falls, Idaho 8/18/1971
EX TR 28-4 Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming 8/18/1971-8/19/1971
GEN TR 28-4 Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming 8/18/1971-8/19/1971
EX TR 28-5 Dallas, Texas-Vet. of Foreign Wars convention, Dallas Municipal Coliseum 8/19/1971
GEN TR 28-5 Dallas, Texas-Vet. of Foreign Wars convention, Dallas Municipal Coliseum 8/19/1971
EX TR 28-6 San Clemente, California 8/19/1971-8/20/1971
GEN TR 28-6 San Clemente, California 8/19/1971-8/20/1971
EX TR 28-7 Dayton, Ohio Air Force Museum Dedication, Wright Patterson AFB 9/3/1971
GEN TR 28-7 Dayton, Ohio Air Force Museum Dedication, Wright Patterson AFB 9/3/1971
EX TR 28-8 Chicago, Illinois Associated Milk Producers, Inc. 9/3/1971
GEN TR 28-8 Chicago, Illinois Associated Milk Producers, Inc. 9/3/1971

Box 76

EX TR 29 San Clemente, California Thanksgiving (Proposed) 8/11/1971-2/14/1972
GEN TR 29 San Clemente, California Thanksgiving (Proposed)
EX TR 30 Montana-Oregon-Washington-Alaska 9/25/1971
GEN TR 30 Montana-Oregon-Washington-Alaska 9/25/1971
EX TR 30-1 Kalispell, Montana-To inspect Libby Dam now under construction 9/25/1971
GEN TR 30-1 Kalispell, Montana-To inspect Libby Dam now under construction 9/25/1971
EX TR 30-2 Portland, Oregon-Briefing for Western Major Newspapers, Broadcast Exec. 9/25/1971
GEN TR 30-2 Portland, Oregon-Briefing for Western Major Newspapers, Broadcast Exec. 9/25/1971

Box 77

EX TR 30-3 Walla Walla, Washington Hanford Atomic Energy Facility 9/26/1971
GEN TR 30-3 Walla Walla, Washington Hanford Atomic Energy Facility 9/26/1971
GEN TR 30-3 Walla Walla, Washington Hanford Atomic Energy Facility [1/25/1973]
EX TR 30-4 Anchorage, Alaska-Reception given by former Interior Sec. Walter Hickel 9/26/1971
GEN TR 30-4 Anchorage, Alaska-Reception given by former Interior Sec. Walter Hickel 9/26/1971
EX TR 30-5 Anchorage, Alaska-To meet Emperor Hirohito of Japan, Elmendorf AFB 9/16/1971
GEN TR 30-5 Anchorage, Alaska-To meet Emperor Hirohito of Japan, Elmendorf AFB 9/16/1971
EX TR 31 Ottawa, Canada 4/13/1972-4/15/1972 [1 of 2]

Box 78

EX TR 31 Ottawa, Canada 4/13/1972-4/15/1972 [2 of 2]
EX TR 31 Ottawa, Canada [Intended for 1973 filing] [Empty]
GEN TR 31 Ottawa, Canada 4/13/1972-4/15/1972
EX TR 32 Detroit, Michigan-Economic Club Dinner and Question and Answer Session 9/23/1971 8/16/1971-9/23/1971 [1 of 2]
EX TR 32 Detroit, Michigan-Economic Club Dinner and Question and Answer Session 9/23/1971 9/23/1971-10/4/1971 [2 of 2]
EX TR 32 Detroit, Michigan-Economic Club Dinner and Question and Answer Session 1973
GEN TR 32 Detroit, Michigan-Economic Club Dinner and Question and Answer Session 9/23/1971
EX TR 33 Billy Graham Day Ceremonies 10/15/1971

Box 79

GEN TR 33 Billy Graham Day Ceremonies 10/15/1971
EX TR 34 Key Biscayne, Florida 9/30/1971-10/4/1971
GEN TR 34 Key Biscayne, Florida 9/30/1971-10/4/1971 [Empty]
EX TR 35 Wilmington, Del.-Reception for Rep. fundraising dinners on November 9, 1971 10/6/1971
GEN TR 35 Wilmington, Del.-Reception for Rep. fundraising dinners on November 9, 1971 10/6/1971
EX TR 36 Elkins, West Virginia-Mountain State Forest Festival 10/8/1971
GEN TR 36 Elkins, West Virginia-Mountain State Forest Festival 10/8/1971
EX TR 37 Fort Detrick, Md.-To announce the Biological Virus Laboratories [conversion to cancer research facility] 10/18/1971
EX TR 37 Fort Detrick, Md.-To announce the Biological Virus Laboratories [conversion to cancer research facility] 10/18/1971
EX TR 38 Austria-USSR-Iran-Poland 5/20/1972-6/1/1972 3/16/1972-6/13/1972 [1 of 2]

Box 80

EX TR 38 Austria-USSR-Iran-Poland 5/20/7972-6/1/1972 3/16/1972-6/13/1972 [2 of 2]
EX TR 38 Austria-USSR-Iran-Poland 1973
GEN TR 38 Austria-USSR-Iran-Poland 5/20/1972-6/1/1972
GEN TR 38 Austria-USSR-Iran-Poland 1973
EX TR 38-1 Salzburg, Austria 5/20/1972-5/22/1972
GEN TR 38-1 Salzburg, Austria 5/20/1972-5/22/1972
GEN TR 38-1 Salzburg, Austria 1973 [Empty]
EX TR 38-2 Tehran, Iran 5/30/1972-5/30/1972
EX TR 38-2 Tehran, Iran 1973 [Empty]
GEN TR 38-2 Tehran, Iran 5/30/1970-5/31/1972
GEN TR 38-2 Tehran, Iran 1973 [Empty]
EX TR 38-3 Warsaw, Poland 5/31/1972-6/1/1972
EX TR 38-3 Warsaw, Poland 1973
GEN TR 38-3 Warsaw, Poland 5/31/1972-6/1/1972
GEN TR 38-3 Warsaw, Poland 1973

Box 81

EX TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 1/1/1971-12/31/1971
EX TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 1/1/1972-2/29/1972
EX TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 3/1/1972-3/31/1972
EX TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 4/1/1972-4/31/1972
EX TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 5/1/1972-5/17/1972
EX TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 5/18/1972-5/31/1972
EX TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 6/1/1972-6/8/1972

Box 82

EX TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 6/9/1972-6/19/1972
EX TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 6/20/1972
EX TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 6/21/1972-6/31/1972
EX TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 7/1/1972-11/28/1972
EX TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 1973
GEN TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 1/1/1971-12/21/1971
GEN TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 1/1/1972-3/31/1972

Box 83

GEN TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 4/1/1972-4/30/1972
GEN TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 5/1/1972-5/31/1972
GEN TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 6/1/1972-6/30/1973
GEN TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 7/1/1972-11/28/1972
GEN TR 38-4 USSR (Moscow-Leningrad-Kiev) 1973
EX TR 39 New York-Illinois 11/9/1971-11/10/1971

Box 84

GEN TR 39 New York-Illinois 11/9/1971-11/10/1971
EX TR 39-1 New York City, N.Y. "Salute to the President Dinner" 11/9/1971
GEN TR 39-1 New York City, N.Y. "Salute to the President Dinner" 11/9/1971
EX TR 39-2 Chicago, Illinois "Salute to the President" 11/9/1971
GEN TR 39-2 Chicago, Illinois "Salute to the President" 11/9/1971
EX TR 40 Key Biscayne, Florida 11/5/1971-11/8/1971
GEN TR 40 Key Biscayne, Florida 11/5/1971-11/8/1971
EX TR 41 Bal Harbour, Fla.-To address the AFL-CIO 9th Constitutional Convention 11/19/1971
GEN TR 41 Bal Harbour, Fla.-To address the AFL-CIO 9th Constitutional Convention 11/19/1971
EX TR 42 Azores-Pompidou of France and Caetano of Portugal (Proposed) 12/13/1971-12/14/1971
GEN TR 42 Azores-Pompidou of France and Caetano of Portugal (Proposed) 12/13/1971-12/14/1971
EX TR 43 Bermuda-Prime Minister Edward Heath of Britain (Proposed) 12/20/1971-12/21/1971
GEN TR 43 Bermuda-Prime Minister Edward Heath of Britain (Proposed) 12/20/1971
EX TR 44 Key Biscayne, Fla.-West German Chancellor Willy Brandt (Proposed) 12/28/1971-12/29/1971
GEN TR 44 Key Biscayne, Fla.-West German Chancellor Willy Brandt (Proposed) 12/28/1971-12/29/1971
EX TR 45 San Clemente, California 1/3/1972-3/30/1972
GEN TR 45 San Clemente, California 1/3/1972-3/8/1972
EX TR 45-1 San Diego, California-Nat'l Steel and Shipbuilding Company 1/4/1972
GEN TR 45-1 San Diego, California-Nat'l Steel and Shipbuilding Company 1/4/1972
EX TR 45-2 San Clemente, California-Visit of Prime Minister Eisaku Sato of Japan 1/6/1972-1/7/1972
GEN TR 45-2 San Clemente, California-Visit of Prime Minister Eisaku Sato of Japan 1/6/1972-1/7/1972

Box 85

EX TR 46 Chicago, Illinois-To address delegates of the National 4-H Congress 12/1/1971
GEN TR 46 Chicago, Illinois-To address delegates of the National 4-H Congress 12/1/1971
EX TR 47 Key Biscayne, Florida 12/2/1971-12/5/1971
GEN TR 47 Key Biscayne, Florida 12/2/1971-12/5/1971 [Empty]
EX TR 48 Key Biscayne, Florida 12/16/1971-12/18/1971
GEN TR 48 Key Biscayne, Florida 12/16/1971-12/18/1971
EX TR 49 New York City Family Week-End 12/18/1971-12/19/1971
GEN TR 49 New York City Family Week-End 12/18/1971-12/19/1971 [Empty]
EX TR 50 Key Biscayne, Florida 1/20/1972-1/23/1972
GEN TR 50 Key Biscayne, Florida 1/20/1972-1/23/1972 [Empty]
EX TR 51 Key Biscayne, Florida 2/3/1972-2/6/1972
EX TR 51 Key Biscayne, Florida 1973
GEN TR 51 Key Biscayne, Florida 2/3/1972-2/6/1972 [Empty]
EX TR 52 Key Biscayne, Florida 2/10/1972-2/13/1972
GEN TR 52 Key Biscayne, Florida 2/10/1972-2/13/1972
EX TR 53 Key Biscayne, Florida 3/1/1972-3/5/1972
GEN TR 53 Key Biscayne, Florida 3/1/1972-3/5/1972
EX TR 54 New York City-To inspect Federal Narcotics Enforcement Measures 3/20/1972
GEN TR 54 New York City-To inspect Federal Narcotics Enforcement Measures 3/20/1972 [Empty]
EX TR 55 Pennsylvania-Florida 4/6/1972-4/9/1972 [Empty]
GEN TR 55 Pennsylvania-Florida 4/6/1972-4/9/1972
EX TR 55-1 Phila., Pa.-National Catholic Education Assn. 4/6/1972
GEN TR 55-1 Phila., Pa.-National Catholic Education Assn. 4/6/1972
EX TR 55-2 Key Biscayne, Florida 4/6/1972-4/9/1972
GEN TR 55-2 Key Biscayne, Florida 4/6/1972-4/9/1972
EX TR 56 Florida-Texas 4/27/1972-5/1/1972
GEN TR 56 Florida-Texas 4/27/1972-5/1/1972 [Empty]
EX TR 56-1 Key Biscayne, Florida Grand Cay-Bahamas 4/27/1972-4/30/1972 [Empty]
GEN TR 56-1 Key Biscayne, Florida Grand Cay-Bahamas 4/27/1972-4/30/1972
EX TR 56-2 Floresville, Texas (Visit with Sec. Connally) 4/30/1972-5/1/1972
GEN TR 56-2 Floresville, Texas (Visit with Sec. Connally) 4/30/1972-5/1/1972

Box 86

EX TR 57 Key Biscayne, Florida 6/2/1972-6/5/1972
GEN TR 57 Key Biscayne, Florida 6/2/1972-6/5/1972 [Empty]
EX TR 58 Grand Cay Islands, Bahamas Key Biscayne, Fla. 6/16/1972-6/19/1972
GEN TR 58 Grand Cay Islands, Bahamas Key Biscayne, Fla. 6/16/1972-6/19/1972 [Empty]
EX TR 59 Maryland-Pennsylvania Helicopter trour of flooded areas of Md. and Pa. 6/24/1972
GEN TR 59 Maryland-Pennsylvania Helicopter trour of flooded areas of Md. and Pa. 6/24/1972
EX TR 59 Maryland-Pennsylvania Helicopter trour of flooded areas of Md. and Pa. 1973
EX TR 60 San Clemente, California 7/1/1972
GEN TR 60 San Clemente, California 7/1/1972
EX TR 61 Houma, La.-To attend the funeral of Senator Allen Ellender 7/31/1972
EX TR 61 Houma, La.-To attend the funeral of Senator Allen Ellender 1973
GEN TR 61 Houma, La.-To attend the funeral of Senator Allen Ellender 7/31/1972
EX TR 62 Hawaii-To meet with Japan's new Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka (Proposed) 8/31/1972-9/1/1972 [1 of 2]
EX TR 62 Hawaii-To meet with Japan's new Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka (Proposed) 8/31/1972-9/1/1972 [2 of 2]
EX TR 62 Hawaii-To meet with Japan's new Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka (Proposed) 1973
GEN TR 62 Hawaii-To meet with Japan's new Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka (Proposed) 8/31/1972-9/1/1972

Box 87

EX TR 63 Assateague Island, Maryland 8/4/1972-8/6/1972
GEN TR 63 Assateague Island, Maryland 8/4/1972-8/6/1972
EX TR 64 Key Biscayne, Florida/Miami, Florida Republican National Convention 8/22/1972-8/24/1972
GEN TR 64 Key Biscayne, Florida/Miami, Florida Republican National Convention 8/22/1972-8/24/1972
EX TR 65 Campaign 1972 6/13/1972-12/6/1972
GEN TR 65 Campaign 1972 9/12/1972-10/9/1972
EX TR 65/ST 1-ST 5 1972
EX TR 65/ST 1-ST 5 1973
EX TR 65/ST 6-ST 10 1972
EX TR 65/ST 6-ST 10 1973

Box 88

EX TR 65/ST 11-ST 13 1972
EX TR 65/ST 14-ST 31 1972
EX TR 65/ST 32 1/1/1972-9/27/1972
EX TR 65/ST 32 9/28/1972

Box 89

EX TR 65/ST 32 9/29/1972-10/29/1972 [1 of 2]
EX TR 65/ST 32 9/29/1972-10/29/1972 [2 of 2]
EX TR 65/ST 32 10/30/1972-12/4/1972
EX TR 65/ST 11-ST 39 1973
EX TR 65/ST 33-ST 35 1972
EX TR 65/ST 36-ST 42 1972
EX TR 65/ST 36-ST 42 1972

Box 90

EX TR 65/ST 43 [Texas] 9/8/1972-11/22/1972
EX TR 65/ST 44-ST 50 1972
GEN TR 65/ST 1-ST 31 1972
GEN TR 65/ST 1-ST 10 1973
GEN TR 65/ST 11-ST 20 1973
GEN TR 65/ST 21-ST 30 1973 [Empty]
GEN TR 65/ST 32-ST 35 1972
GEN TR 65/ST 36-ST 47 1972
GEN TR 65/ST 31-ST 40 1973
GEN TR 65/ST 48 1972
GEN TR 65/ST 41-ST 52 1973
EX TR 66 Illinois-Michigan-California 8/1972
GEN TR 66 Illinois-Michigan-California [Empty]
EX TR 66-1 Chicago, Illinois American Legion 8/24/1972
GEN TR 66-1 Chicago, Illinois American Legion 8/24/1972

Box 91

EX TR 66-2 Utica, Michigan Dwight Eisenhower High School Dedication 8/24/1972
GEN TR 66-2 Utica, Michigan Dwight Eisenhower High School Dedication 8/24/1972
EX TR 66-3 San Clemente, California 8/24-
GEN TR 66-3 San Clemente, California 8/24-
EX TR 66-4 San Francisco, California 9/6/1972
GEN TR 66-4 San Francisco, California 9/6/1972
EX TR 67 Wilkes Barre/Kingston, Pa. Tour of Wilkes-Barre Disaster Area 9/9/1972
EX TR 67 Wilkes Barre/Kingston, Pa. Tour of Wilkes-Barre Disaster Area 1973
GEN TR 67 Wilkes Barre/Kingston, Pa. Tour of Wilkes-Barre Disaster Area 9/9/1972
EX TR 67 Wilkes Barre/Kingston, Pa. Tour of Wilkes-Barre Disaster Area 1973 [Empty]
EX TR 68 Phila.,Pa.-To sign Revenue Sharing Bill, Independence Hall 10/19/1972
GEN TR 68 Phila.,Pa.-To sign Revenue Sharing Bill, Independence Hall 10/19/1972

Box 92

EX TR 69 Key Biscayne, Florida 11/8/1972-11/12/1972
GEN TR 69 Key Biscayne, Florida 11/8/1972-11/12/1972 [Empty]
EX TR 70 New York City, New York 11/24/1972-11/26/1972
EX TR 70 New York City, New York 1973
GEN TR 70 New York City, New York 11/24/1972-11/26/1972
GEN TR 70 New York City, New York 1973
EX TR 71 Key Biscayne, Florida 11/30/1972-12/4/1972
GEN TR 71 Key Biscayne, Florida 11/30/1972-12/4/1972 [Empty]
EX TR 72 Key Biscayne, Florida Christmas Holidays 12/20/1972-12/26/1972
GEN TR 72 Key Biscayne, Florida Christmas Holidays 12/20/1972-12/26/1972 [Empty]
EX TR 73 Independence, Missouri Wreath Laying/Visit Truman Family 12/27/1972
GEN TR 73 Independence, Missouri Wreath Laying/Visit Truman Family 12/27/1972 [Empty]
EX TR 74 Key Biscayne, Florida 1/12/1973-1/18/1973 [Empty]
GEN TR 74 Key Biscayne, Florida 1/12/1973-1/18/1973 [Empty]
EX TR 75 Key Biscayne, Florida 1/26/1973-1/30/1973
GEN TR 75 Key Biscayne, Florida 1/26/1973-1/30/1973
EX TR 76 San Clemente, Calif. Palisades United Methodist Church Services, Capistrano Beach, California 2/11/1973
GEN TR 76 San Clemente, Calif. Palisades United Methodist Church Services, Capistrano Beach, California 2/11/1973
EX TR 77 Florida-South Carolina 2/16/1973-2/20/1973
GEN TR 77 Florida-South Carolina 2/16/1973-2/20/1973 [Empty]
EX TR 77-1 Key Biscayne, Florida Stopover-Jacksonville Naval Air Station to pick up David & Julie Eisenhower 2/16/1973
GEN TR 77-1 Key Biscayne, Florida Stopover-Jacksonville Naval Air Station to pick up David & Julie Eisenhower 2/16/1973
EX TR 77-2 Bal Harbour, Florida AFL-CIO Executive Council Meeting 2/19/1973
GEN TR 77-2 Bal Harbour, Florida AFL-CIO Executive Council Meeting 2/19/1973 [Empty]
EX TR 77-3 Lauderhill, Florida Jackie Gleason Golf Classic, Inverrary Golf Course tour 2/19/1973
GEN TR 77-3 Lauderhill, Florida Jackie Gleason Golf Classic, Inverrary Golf Course tour 2/19/1973
EX TR 77-4 Columbia, So. Carolina South Carolina General Assembly 2/20/1973
GEN TR 77-4 Columbia, So. Carolina South Carolina General Assembly 2/20/1973
EX TR 78 Key Biscayne, Florida 3/22/1973-3/26/1973
GEN TR 78 Key Biscayne, Florida 3/22/1973-3/26/1973 [Empty]
EX TR 79 San Clemente, Calif. visit of South Vietnam President Thieu 4/2/1973-4/3/1973
GEN TR 79 San Clemente, Calif. visit of South Vietnam President Thieu 4/2/1973-4/3/1973
EX TR 79-1 Van Nuys, Calif. Wedding of Richard Ryan, Nephew of Mrs. Nixon, Four Square Church 3/31/1973
GEN TR 79-1 Van Nuys, Calif. Wedding of Richard Ryan, Nephew of Mrs. Nixon, Four Square Church 3/31/1973 [Empty]
EX TR 79-2 Beverly Hills, Calif.-Dinner & Presentation of Medal of Freedom to John Ford, Beverly Hilton Hotel 3/31/1973

Box 93

GEN TR 79-2 Beverly Hills, Calif.-Dinner & Presentation of Medal of Freedom to John Ford, Beverly Hilton Hotel 3/31/1973
EX TR 79-3 Anaheim, Calif.-Angels-Royals Opening Day Baseball Game, Anaheim Stadium 4/6/1973
GEN TR 79-3 Anaheim, Calif.-Angels-Royals Opening Day Baseball Game, Anaheim Stadium 4/6/1973
EX TR 80 Key Biscayne, Florida 4/20/1973-4/24/1973
GEN TR 80 Key Biscayne, Florida MISSING FOLDER 4/20/1973-4/24/1973 [Empty]
EX TR 81 Meridian, Miss.-(Floods) Dedication of the Stennis Center, Naval Air Station 4/27/1973
GEN TR 81 Meridian, Miss.-(Floods) Dedication of the Stennis Center, Naval Air Station 4/27/1973
EX TR 82 Key Biscayne, Florida Grand Cay Bahamas 5/4/1973-5/7/1973
GEN TR 82 Key Biscayne, Florida Grand Cay Bahamas 5/4/1973-5/7/1973
EX TR 83 France-Britain-Germany-Italy-Belgium
GEN TR 83 France-Britain-Germany-Italy-Belgium
EX TR 84 Reykjavik, Iceland 5/30/1973-6/1/1973
GEN TR 84 Reykjavik, Iceland 5/30/1973-6/1/1973
EX TR 85 Norfolk, Virginia Armed Forces Day 5/19/1973
GEN TR 85 Norfolk, Virginia Armed Forces Day 5/19/1973
EX TR 86 Key Biscayne, Florida Cay Island, Bahamas 5/25/1973-5/28/1973
GEN TR 86 Key Biscayne, Florida Cay Island, Bahamas 5/25/1973-5/28/1973
EX TR 87 Orlando/Key Biscayne, Fla. [FTU Commencement] 6/8/1973-6/10/1973
GEN TR 87 Orlando/Key Biscayne, Fla. [FTU Commencement] 6/8/1973-6/10/1973
EX TR 88 Illinois/Florida 6/15/1973-6/17/1973 [Empty]
GEN TR 88 Illinois/Florida 6/15/1973-6/17/1973

Box 94

EX TR 88-1 Pekin, Ill./Unveiling of the Cornerstone at the Sen. Dirksen Congressional Leadership Center 6/15/1973
GEN TR 88-1 Pekin, Ill./Unveiling of the Cornerstone at the Sen. Dirksen Congressional Leadership Center 6/15/1973
EX TR 88-2 Key Biscayne, Florida 6/15/1973-6/17/1973 [Empty]
GEN TR 88-2 Key Biscayne, Florida 6/15/1973-6/17/1973 [Empty]
EX TR 89 San Clemente, Calif./Missouri 6/22/1973-7/9/1973
GEN TR 89 San Clemente, Calif./Missouri 6/22/1973-7/9/1973
EX TR 89-1 Kansas City, Missouri for Swearing-in of Clarence M. Kelley as FBI Director 7/9/1973
GEN TR 89-1 Kansas City, Missouri for Swearing-in of Clarence M. Kelley as FBI Director 7/9/1973
EX TR 90 Florida-Louisiana-California 8/17/1973
GEN TR 90 Florida-Louisiana-California 8/17/1973- [Empty]
EX TR 90-1 Key Biscayne, Florida 8/17/1973-8/20/1973
GEN TR 90-1 Key Biscayne, Florida 8/17/1973-8/20/1973 [Empty]
EX TR 90-2 New Orleans, Louisiana Veterans of Foreign Wars Annual Convention 8/20/1973
EX TR 90-3 San Clemente, California 8/20/1973-9/1/1973 [1 of 2]
GEN TR 90-3 San Clemente, California 8/20/1973-9/1/1973 [2 of 2]
EX TR 91 Key Biscayne, Florida 10/4/1973-10/7/1973
EX TR 92 Key Biscayne, Florida 11/1/1973-11/6/1973
GEN TR 92 Key Biscayne, Florida 11/1/1973-11/6/1973
EX TR 93 Key Biscayne, Florida-Georgia-Tennessee 11/16/1973-11/20/1973
GEN TR 93 Key Biscayne, Florida-Georgia-Tennessee 11/16/1973-11/20/1973
EX TR 93-1 Orlando, Florida Associated Press Managing Editors Association Press Conference 11/16/1973
GEN TR 93-1 Orlando, Florida Associated Press Managing Editors Association Press Conference 11/16/1973

Box 95

EX TR 93-2 Macon, Georgia-Joint Ceremony at Mercer University 11/18/1973
GEN TR 93-2 Macon, Georgia-Joint Ceremony at Mercer University 11/18/1973
EX TR 93-3 Memphis, Tennessee Republican Governors Association Winter Conference 11/20/1973
GEN TR 93-3 Memphis, Tennessee Republican Governors Association Winter Conference 11/20/1973
EX TR 94 San Clemente, California 12/26/1973-1/13/1973
GEN TR 94 San Clemente, California 12/26/1973-1/13/1973
EX TR 95 Key Biscayne/Miami, FL, Florida-Alabama, Indiana 2/13/1974-2/18/1974 [1 of 2]
GEN TR 95 Key Biscayne/Miami, FL, Florida-Alabama, Indiana 2/13/1974-2/18/1974 [2 of 2]
EX TR 95-1 Miami, Florida-Cedars of Lebanon Hospital South Bldg. Dedication 2/14/1974
GEN TR 95-1 Miami, Florida-Cedars of Lebanon Hospital South Bldg. Dedication 2/14/1974
EX TR 95-2 Huntsville, Alabama Honor America Day Ceremonies 2/18/1974
GEN TR 95-2 Huntsville, Alabama Honor America Day Ceremonies 2/8/1974
EX TR 95-3 Indianapolis, Indiana-To pick up daughter Julie Eisenhower 2/18/1974
GEN TR 95-3 Indianapolis, Indiana-To pick up daughter Julie Eisenhower 2/18/1974
EX TR 96 Belgium, USSR, Maine, Florida SEE: TR 96-2 for USSR 6/23/1974-7/7/1974 6/27/1974-7/3/1974

Box 96

GEN TR 96 Belgium, USSR, Maine, Florida SEE: TR 96-2 for USSR 6/23/1974-7/7/1974 6/27/1974-7/3/1974
EX TR 96-1 Brussels, Belgium-To attend meeting of the North Atlantic Council at NATO Headquarters 6/26/1974 6/25/1974-6/27/1974
GEN TR 96-1 Brussels, Belgium-To attend meeting of the North Atlantic Council at NATO Headquarters 6/26/1974 6/25/1974-6/27/1974
EX TR 96-2 Moscow, USSR 6/27/1974-7/3/1974 2/7/1974-7/3/1974 [1 of 2]
EX TR 96-2 Moscow, USSR 6/27/1974-7/3/1974 7/8/1974-8/6/1974 [2 of 2]
GEN TR 96-2 Moscow, USSR 6/27/1974-7/3/1974
EX TR 96-3 Caribou, Maine-Return from Belgium/USSR Loring Air Force Base 7/3/1974
GEN TR 96-3 Caribou, Maine-Return from Belgium/USSR Loring Air Force Base 7/3/1974
EX TR 96-4 Key Biscayne, Florida 7/3/1974-7/7/1974
GEN TR 96-4 Key Biscayne, Florida 7/3/1974-7/7/1974 [Empty]
EX TR 97 Chicago, Ill., Chicago Executives Club Question & Answer Session, Conrad Hilton Hotel 3/15/1974

Box 97

GEN TR 97 Chicago, Ill., Chicago Executives Club Question & Answer Session, Conrad Hilton Hotel 3/14/1974-3/15/1974 3/15/1974
EX TR 98 Houston, Texas NAB Question & Answer Session/NASA 3/19/1974-3/20/1974
GEN TR 98 Houston, Texas NAB Question & Answer Session/NASA 3/19/1974-3/20/1974
EX TR 99 Key Biscayne, Florida 3/8/1974-3/11/1974
GEN TR 99 Key Biscayne, Florida 3/8/1974-3/11/1974 [Empty]
EX TR 100 Nashville, Tennessee Grand Ole Opry New Building Dedication 3/16/1974
GEN TR 100 Nashville, Tennessee Grand Ole Opry New Building Dedication 3/16/1974
EX TR 101 Key Biscayne, Florida 3/29/1974-4/1/1974
GEN TR 101 Key Biscayne, Florida 3/29/1974-4/1/1974 [Empty]
EX TR 102 Paris, France-Memorial Mass for French President Georges Pompidou, Notre Dame Cathedral 4/6/1974
GEN TR 102 Paris, France-Memorial Mass for French President Georges Pompidou, Notre Dame Cathedral 4/6/1974
EX TR 103 Xenia, Ohio Tour of Tornado Disaster Areas 4/9/1974
GEN TR 103 Xenia, Ohio Tour of Tornado Disaster Areas 4/9/1974

Box 98

EX TR 104 Saginaw County-Bad Axe-Cass City-Sandusky, Michigan Campaign for James Sparling 4/10/1974
GEN TR 104 Saginaw County-Bad Axe-Cass City-Sandusky, Michigan Campaign for James Sparling 4/20/1974
EX TR 104/ST # Campaign for 1974 4/4/1974-6/3/1974
GEN TR 104/ST # Campaign for 1974
EX TR 105 Key Biscayne, Florida 4/12/1974-4/16/1974
GEN TR 105 Key Biscayne, Florida 4/12/1974-4/16/1974
EX TR 106 Jackson, Miss.-To address the Mississippi Economic Council 4/15/1974
GEN TR 106 Jackson, Miss.-To address the Mississippi Economic Council 4/15/1974
EX TR 107 Arizona-Washington 5/3/1974-5/4/1974
GEN TR 107 Arizona-Washington 5/3/1974-5/4/1974 [Empty]
EX TR 107-1 Phoenix, Arizona GOP Rally to Support the President 5/3/1974
GEN TR 107-1 Phoenix, Arizona GOP Rally to Support the President 5/3/1974
EX TR 107-2 Spokane, Washington for Opening of EXPO '74 5/4/1974

Box 99

GEN TR 107-2 Spokane, Washington for Opening of EXPO '74 5/4/1974
EX TR 108 Stillwater, Oklahoma-Oklahoma State University Commencement Address 5/11/1974
GEN TR 108 Stillwater, Oklahoma-Oklahoma State University Commencement Address 5/11/1974
EX TR 109 Key Biscayne, Florida 5/16/1974-5/20/1974
GEN TR 109 Key Biscayne, Florida 5/16/1974-5/20/1974 [Empty]
EX TR 110 Key Biscayne, Florida 5/24/1974-5/27/1974
GEN TR 110 Key Biscayne, Florida 5/24/1974-5/27/1974 [Empty]
EX TR 111 Austria/Mideast/Portugal, Egypt-Saudi Arabia-Syria-Israel-Jordan 6/10/1974-6/19/1974 5/31/1974-6/21/1974
EX TR 111 Austria/Mideast/Portugal, Egypt-Saudi Arabia-Syria-Israel-Jordan 6/10/1974-6/19/1974 6/24/1974-8/7/1974
GEN TR 111 Austria/Mideast/Portugal, Egypt-Saudi Arabia-Syria-Israel-Jordan 6/10/1974-6/19/1974 3/26/1974-8/5/1974
EX TR 111-1 Salzburg, Austria 6/10/1974-6/11/1974
GEN TR 111-1 Salzburg, Austria 6/10/1974-6/11/1974

Box 100

EX TR 111-2 Cairo/Alexandira, Egypt 6/12/1974-6/14/1974
GEN TR 111-2 Cairo/Alexandira, Egypt 6/12/1974-6/14/1974
EX TR 111-3 Jidda, Saudia Arabia 6/14/1974-6/15/1974
GEN TR 111-3 Jidda, Saudia Arabia 6/14/1974-6/15/1974
EX TR 111-4 Damascus, Syria 6/15/1974-6/16/1974
GEN TR 111-4 Damascus, Syria 6/15/1974-6/16/1974 [Empty]
EX TR 111-5 Tel Aviv/Jerusalem, Israel 6/16/1974-6/17/1974
GEN TR 111-5 Tel Aviv/Jerusalem, Israel 6/16/1974-6/17/1974
EX TR 111-6 Amman, Jordan 6/17/1974-6/18/1974
GEN TR 111-6 Amman, Jordan 6/17/1974-6/18/1974 [Empty]
EX TR 111-7 Azores, Portugal 6/18/1974-6/19/1974
GEN TR 111-7 Azores, Portugal 6/18/1974-6/19/1974
EX TR 112 Annapolis, Maryland-US Naval Academy Graduation and Commissioning Ceremonies 6/5/1974
GEN TR 112 Annapolis, Maryland-US Naval Academy Graduation and Commissioning Ceremonies 6/5/1974
EX TR 113 San Clemente, California 5/29/1974-8/5/1974
GEN TR 113 San Clemente, California 7/12/1974-7/28/1974 [Empty]

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