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The Presidential historical materials of the President's Personal File are in the custody of the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of Title I of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-526, 88 Stat. 1695) and implementing regulations. In accordance with the act and regulations, archivists reviewed the file group to identify personal and private materials (including materials outside the date span covered by the act) as well as nonhistorical items. These materials have been returned to former President Richard M. Nixon or the individual who has primary proprietary interest.

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 A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.

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

  • Linear feet of materials:   81.8
  • Approximate number of pages:   150,000

Organizational Note

The President's Personal File is essentially a President's secretary's file, kept by Rose Mary Woods, personal secretary to the President, for two purposes: (1) preserving for posterity a collection of documents particularly close to the President, whether because he dictated or annotated them, or because of the importance of the correspondent or the event concerned and (2) giving appropriate attention–letters of gratitude, invitations to White House social events, and the like–to members and important friends and supporters of the Nixon administration. This generalization does not describe all the varied materials of a file group which is essentially a miscellany, but it does identify the reason for the existence of the file group's core.

Scope and Content Note

The materials are arranged into eighteen series:

  1. Memoranda from the President
  2. Name/Subject File
  3. Rose Mary Woods Name File
  4. Rose Mary Woods Name/Subject File
  5. President's Speech File
  6. Raymond K. Price Speech File
  7. White House Social Events
  8. White House Social Entertainments Office
  9. Republican National Committee Files
  10. Committee for the Re-Election of the President Files
  11. Photograph and Autograph Request File
  12. Transition Materials
  13. Foreign Affairs File
  14. Selection of the Vice Presidential Nominee
  15. Transcripts of Recorded Presidential Conversations
  16. President's Financial and Family Papers
  17. Materials Removed from the President's Desk
  18. Memorabilia

The Memoranda from the President series holds a chronological sequence of transcripts of dictated messages from the President to key members of his staff, particularly to H.R. Haldeman, John Ehrlichman, Henry Kissinger, and Rose Mary Woods. Others to whom memoranda are directed include Peter M. Flanigan, Bryce Harlow, Raymond Price, Patrick Buchanan, Alexander Butterfield, Charles Rebozo, and the First Family. Subjects covered include substantive policy issues, public relations with members of Congress, the press and the American people, liaison with administration friends, and the use and decoration of the White House. Very few memoranda were created after March 1973.

Next follow three name and name/subject files. The first, the Name/Subject File, contains the President's correspondence with family, friends, supporters, administration members, and foreign officials. It is a file of materials in some way intimate and personal, even when concerned with the policies and programs of the administration; it is a file of materials made important by the identities of the correspondents, the significance of the events dealt with, or the nature of the documents themselves. This series seems to contain, for example, a complete or near complete collection of copies of Nixon's hand-written letters written during his presidency. Also present are hand-written or autographed communications from notable people, including hand-written notes or letters from Gerald Ford, J. William Fullbright, Jacqueline Onassis, Prince Phillip, and Prince Charles, for example, and autographed letters from Queen Elizabeth, Chiang Kai-shek, Lyndon Johnson, and Harry Truman. Events documented include the Kent State College shootings, the President's nocturnal visit to the Lincoln Memorial during the demonstrations of May 1971, Vice President Agnew's resignation, and important Presidential speeches and trips. Communications with family members and close friends are contained in this file as well.

The Rose Mary Woods Name File and the Rose Mary Woods Name/Subject File are related to the Name/Subject File in the predominant intimacy of message and in the nature of the correspondent dealt with–that is, the close or long-time friend or supporter. They are distinct, though, in being primarily files of Rose Mary Woods' correspondence rather than the President's; they document her work in maintaining liaison with long-time supporters of the President and in handling certain details of the daily work which required the attention of the President's personal secretary, such as acknowledging small personal gifts or keeping the President's country club and fraternal society memberships current.

Next in order are two speech files, the President's Speech File and the Raymond K. Price Speech File. The former is particularly notable for its hand-written Presidential drafts, generally in outline form on yellow legal size paper. Speechwriter drafts are also present. The coverage includes the entire administration. The Raymond K. Price Speech File is more selective, containing drafts only of some speeches, and primarily those from the administration's last two years. The Watergate speeches are represented in many drafts.

The next five series reflect Rose Mary Woods liaison work with administration supporters. The White House Social Events series, the White House Social Entertainments Office series, and the Republican National Committee Files all document her efforts to remember administration supporters through invitations to White House social events and other courtesies. The Committee for the Re-election of the President Files contain correspondence from local Republican leaders, addressed to Rose Mary Woods in response to a request from Clark MacGregor, pledging their support for the President and giving their telephone numbers. The Photograph and Autograph Request File reflects Woods' work in distributing autographed photographs of the President and First Family. The rest of the President's Personal File is a miscellany.

The Transition Materials series, composed only of pre-Presidential documents, has been returned in its entirety. The Foreign Affairs File consists of briefing books, biographical profiles, and compilations of the President's foreign travel. The Selection of the Vice Presidential Nominee series is composed primarily of letters from Republican Congressmen, written at the request of the White House, advising the President on a nominee to succeed Spiro Agnew. The Transcripts of Recorded Presidential Conversations series holds transcripts on conversations, in rough form and probably prepared by Rose Mary Woods' office; most of the conversations here transcribed were eventually printed in the "Submission of Recorded Presidential Conversations," released on April 30, 1974. The President's Financial and Family Papers series, much of which has been returned, is largely a consequence of allegations regarding President Nixon's property transactions, tax returns, related financial matters, and the subsequent release by the White House of the Coopers and Lybrand audit of the President's affairs. The Materials Removed from the President's Desk series holds unrelated materials removed from the President's desks at the end of his administration, ranging from briefing books and reports to photographs, dictabelts, and mementoes. The series holds a box of correspondence annotated by the President. Fuller descriptions of all of the series are given in the series descriptions, which immediately follow.

Photographs, sound recordings, and museum objects have been transferred from the President's Personal File to the audio-visual unit and the domestic gift collection.

Related file groups to the President's Personal File include the President's Office File, which was apparently created and maintained by Alexander Butterfield, Stephen Bull, and the Staff Secretary's office, and the staff member files for Rose Mary Woods in the White House Central Files.

Series Description

Boxes:   1-4
Series:   Memoranda from the President | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - (1973) 1974
Description:   Composed predominantly of memoranda from the President (together with their originating dictabelt recordings and, occasionally, rough drafts of transcripts) to the White House staff, to his family, and to other associates. Also included are a few memoranda and letters between White House staff members. Arranged in chronological order.

Boxes:   5-17
Series:   Name/Subject File | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Correspondence, memoranda, dictabelts, notes, greeting cards, clippings, printed matter, cables, a few pages of news summaries, speech drafts, reports, and photographs. Primarily a file of materials in some way close to the President: of his handwritten notes and letters, for example, or of his correspondence with his family, friends, supporters, and associates, as well as the White House staff and foreign officials and heads of state. Includes copies of outgoing handwritten Presidential letters, and incoming letters, often handwritten, from notable people or reflecting notable occasions. Arranged in alphabetical order by name of correspondent or subject

Boxes:   18-19
Series:   Rose Mary Woods Name File | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Correspondence, memoranda, notes, lists, clippings and printed materials, and photographs. Composed of communications between the President or Rose Mary Woods, the latter acting either in her own behalf or in that of the President, and their friends, associates, and supporters. Correspondents include those who, because of their long acquaintance with and support of the President, were dealt with by the President or his personal secretary rather than by the White House Central Files apparatus. Arranged in alphabetical order by name of correspondent.

Boxes:   20-45
Series:   Rose Mary Woods Name/Subject File | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Correspondence, memoranda, notes, speeches and transcriptions of speeches, press releases, cables, schedules, printed matter and clippings, photographs, and sound recordings. Composed of communications with the President's family, friends, and associates. This series is closely related to the Rose Mary Woods Name File series. Correspondents include long-time friends and supporters; subjects include those that because of their sensitive or intimate nature were handled by the President's personal secretary. Arranged in alphabetical order by subject or name of correspondent.

Boxes:   46-95
Series:   President's Speech File | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Composed predominantly of speech drafts, prepared both by the President (usually in outline form on yellow legal-size paper) and by his speech writers. Also present are memoranda, notes (often in the President's hand), dictabelts, agendas, itineraries and lists of participants, transcripts of the President's remarks, congratulatory correspondence, printed matter, and paper memorabilia (menus, place cards, programs, and special event publications). Coverage includes any occasion at which the President spoke, whether the result was a major speech or a few informal remarks. Arranged in chronological order by the date of a speech's delivery.

Boxes:   96-119
Series:   Raymond K. Price Speech File | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Composed predominantly of speech drafts written by Raymond K. Price, Special Assistant to the President and Special Consultant to the President. Also included are correspondence, memoranda, notes, cables, wire service stories, press releases (containing the texts of Presidential speeches) , reports, and printed matter. Almost half the series is composed of drafts of Watergate speeches. At the end of the series are several folders of Price's memoranda reporting on Cabinet meetings. The speeches and speech drafts are arranged in chronological order by the date of a speech's delivery, with the exception of the drafts of Watergate speeches, which are grouped together just before the drafts of the resignation speech.

Boxes:   120-136
Series:   White House Social Events | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Lists of participants, together with memoranda, notes, programs, biographical profiles and other background matter, press releases, printed matter, and clippings reflecting Rose Mary Woods' communications with interested parties concerning invitations to particular White House social events. In many folders the list of participants is the main document. Arranged chronologically by date of event.

Boxes:   137-152
Series:   White House Social Entertainments Office | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Correspondence, memoranda, notes, lists of names, forms ("Suggestion for Invitations to White House Functions"), press releases, printed materials and clippings, reflecting Rose Mary Woods' communications with the White House Social Entertainments office and with those who put forward requests for invitations to White House functions for administration supporters. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Boxes:   153-156
Series:   Republican National Committee Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Composed of lists of campaign contributors and related correspondence kept by Rose Mary Woods for the purposes of further fundraising and of properly remembering contributors through correspondence and invitations to White House social events. Arranged in an approximate alphabetical order.

Boxes:   157-162
Series:   Committee for the Re-Election of the President Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1972
Description:   Correspondence in response to a letter from Clark MacGregor, Campaign Director of the Committee for the Re-election of the President, requesting local politicians to send a letter to the White House (to the attention of Rose Mary Woods) pledging their support and listing their telephone numbers. Arranged alphabetically by state.

Boxes:   163-165
Series:   Photograph and Autograph Request File | Folder Title List
Spans:   1971 - 74 and Undated
Description:   Primarily a series of photographic portraits of the President, the First Family, and other White House people and scenes, intended for distribution. Many of the photographs are inscribed and were awaiting Presidential signature when the administration ended. Also present are correspondence, memoranda, notes, signature cards, and clippings concerning requests for Presidential autographs. Arranged in an approximate alphabetical order.

Boxes:   165
Series:   Transition Materials | Folder Title List
Spans:   1968 - 1969
Description:   This series has been withdrawn and returned.

Boxes:   166-167
Series:   Foreign Affairs File | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Briefing books (with Presidential annotations), memoranda, schedules, press releases, lists, and biographical profiles. Composed of three parts: four briefing books prepared by Patrick Buchanan in 1971 and 1972 (three of which include domestic policy materials); one folder of biographical profiles prepared for the President's 1972 trips to China, Russia, Austria, and Iran; and compilations of the President's trips to foreign nations and his meetings with foreign officials. Arranged according to type of material.

Boxes:   168-169
Series:   Selection of the Vice Presidential Nominee | Folder Title List
Spans:   1973
Description:   Composed predominantly of letters to the President from Republican members of Congress advising on the choice of a Vice President to succeed Spiro Agnew. The letters, most of which are dated October 11, 1973, were in response to a White House request, which was forwarded through Gerald Ford and Hugh Scott. Also present are a few cables from the public, compilations of Congressional advice, lists of candidates from cabinet members and White House staff, and a compilation of recommendations of Republican National Committee members. Arranged alphabetically by state affiliation of correspondent.

Boxes:   170-172
Series:   Transcripts of Recorded Presidential Conversations | Folder Title List
Spans:   1972 - 1974
Description:   Composed predominantly of transcripts of recorded conversations in rough form and with occasional Presidential annotations. Also included is a small amount of correspondence, memoranda and notes, and one tape recording. Arranged in chronological order by the date of conversation.

Boxes:   173-184
Series:   President's Financial and Family Papers | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Correspondence, memoranda, notes, bank and other financial statements, deeds and related legal papers, audit reports, ledger pages, balance statements, purchase receipts, property inventories, cancelled checks, tax returns, maps, photographs, printed materials, and clippings. Primarily concerned with those areas of the President's financial affairs which were the subject of investigation by Congress, and of the Coopers and Lybrand auditor's report requested by the President and released to the public on August 27, 1973. Some material concerning the President's finances, as well as much of that concerning planning for a Nixon library and all of that concerning his genealogy, have been returned to him. Arranged in an approximate alphabetical order by subject and type of material.

Boxes:   185-188
Series:   Materials Removed from the President's Desk | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Correspondence, memoranda, hand-written notes, reports, speech drafts, briefing books, polling summaries, schedules, audio-visual materials, printed materials, and clippings. A miscellany, arranged as well as could be managed in alphabetical order by subject or type of material. Includes a sequence of folders entitled "RN Notes on Letters," arranged alphabetically by correspondent, which contains items on which Nixon has written.

Boxes:   189-196
Series:   Memorabilia | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Correspondence, memoranda, printed material and clippings, appointment books, programs, menus, invitations, place cards, schedules, itineraries, calendars, brochures, stationery and stamps, commemorative cards, Christmas cards, and diplomas. Primarily a file of materials kept by Rose Mary Woods for the benefit of the future Nixon Library. Arranged alphabetically by type of material, event, or subject. Filed near the end of the series are two folders of Document Withdrawal Records for several groups of materials called the Presidential Memorabilia (PM) and O series, and "Give Away Items." These materials include printed materials, stationery stock, and gift and museum objects, which were accessioned with and loosely attached to the President's Personal File.

Folder Title List

MEMORANDA FROM THE PRESIDENT, 1969-74

Box 1

RN Memo re 1968
Memos--December 1968
Memos--January 1969 [1 of 2]
Memo--January 1969 [2 of 2]
Memos--February 1969
Memos--March 1969
Memos--April 1969
Memos--June 1969
Memos--July 1969
Memos--September 1969
Memos--October 1969
Memos--November 1969
Memos--December 1969

Box 2

Memos--January 1970
Memos--February 1970
Memos--March 1970
Memos--April 1970
Memorandum of Meeting-April 28, 1970
Memos--May 1970
[RN Tapes: Letters and Memos, 9/19/69-8/10/69]
Memos [Aug.]--September 1970
Memos--October 1970
Memos--November 1970
Memos--December 1970

Box 3

[RN Tapes: Memos, etc., 12/4/70-1/5/71]
Memos--January 1971
Memos--February 1971
Memos--March 1971
Memos--April 1971
Memos--May 1971
Memos--June 1971
Memo to New York Times, 6/15/71
Memos--August 1971
Memos--November 1971
RN Tapes--1972 Letters, Memos
Memos--January 1972
Memo, Bangladesh, 1/3/72
Memorandum to Secretary of State, 2/3/72
Memos--March 1972
Memorandum, March 6, 1972
Memos--April 1972

Box 4

Memos--May 1972
Memos--June 1972
Memos--July 1972
Memos--August 1972
Memos--September 1972
Memos--November 1972
Memos--December 1972
Memos--January 1973
Memos--March 1973
Memos--July 1973
Draft Memo to Judge Sirica--November 6, 1973
Memoranda--June 1974

NAME/SUBJECT FILE, 1969-74

Box 5

[A]
ABM
Adams, Earl
Africa--Mrs. Nixon
Agnew, Spiro
Aiken, Lola and George
Alexander, John
Allen, George
Allen, Mrs. James
Allison, John M.
Al Saud, Fahad Ben Abdoul [Fahd, Prince]
All-Star Baseball Teams, June 1972
Anderson, George W., Jr.
Anderson, Lorraine Leland
Anderson, Marian
Andrews, John K., Jr.
Anfinson, Lawrence and Tom
Annenberg, Walter
Appointments
Arends, Congressman Les
Artwork
Astronauts
Atiyeh, Victor
Atkins, Ollie
Lord Avon
[B]
Baker, Bobby
Barletta, Velia
Barness, Herbert
Baskin, Robert E.
Beeson, Jane [Withdrawn and Returned]
Bellmon, Henry
Berlin, Richard
Biden, Senator
RN--Birthday, 1/9/71 [Withdrawn and Returned]
RN--Birthday, 1972 [Withdrawn and Returned]
RN--Birthday, 1/9/74 [Withdrawn and Returned]

Box 6

Bobst, Elmer [1 of 2]
Bobst, Elmer [2 of 2]
Bolling, Landrum
Bond, Christopher
Borman, Frank
Bradley, Omar
Brennan, Mrs. Bernard
Brennan, Peter
Brezhnev, Leonid
Brooke, Sen. Edward
Buchan, C.E.
Buchanan, Patrick J.
Buchanan, Wiley
Buckley, James
Budget, 1969 [Withdrawn and Returned]
Bullock, Hugh
Bunting, Reeves
Burger, Warren
Burns, Governor John
Burns, Myrtle
Bush, George
Byrd, Robert
[C]
Call Max
Campaign of 1970
Campaign 1972, Get-Out-the-Vote Telegram Draft
Campaign 1972, Letters for Incumbents and Nonincumbents
Campaign 1972
Campus, Disorders
Carter, Ed
Carter, Tim Lee
Casey, Bill
Ceausescu, Nicolae
Chapin, Dwight
Chase, William
China, RN-Eyes Only

Box 7

China Notes
[China Trip--Comments on Announcement]
Chotiner, Murray
Chou En-Lai
Christmas Card List-1969
Christmas--1971 [Withdrawn and Returned]
Christmas 1972 [Withdrawn and Returned]
Clay, Lucius
Clemente, Roberto--Statement
Cole, Al
Collatos, Charles N.
Colson, Charles
Committee of One Hundred 25th Anniversary Letters 1945 [Withdrawn and Returned]
Conable, Rep. Barber
Connally, John
Connally, Nellie, Handwritten Letter, 12/21/71
Conrad, Charles and Jane
Cook, Senator Marlow
Cooper, John Sherman
Copley, John S.
Corcoran, Tom [Henry Byroade]
Cornell, Doug
Coryell, Don
Cox, Patricia and Ed
"Creed or Chaos?" by Dorothy L. Sayers
Curran, Frank
Curtis, Carl
Cushman, Robert
[D]
Daily, Samuel
Davidson, I. Irving [Meany, George]
Davis, Dr. George R.
Dean, John
Dean, Mary Gore
DeGarie, Norman J.
DeGaulle, Charles
Denton, Capt, Jeremiah
Desk in the Oval Office
DeToledano, Ralph
Devaney, Bob
Devine, Samuel L.
Diet for Gout [Withdrawn and Returned]
Dietrich, Marlene
Dixon, Jeanne
Dobrovolsky, Maria
Dole, Bob
Dorn, Evelyn [Withdrawn and Returned]
Downs, Douglas
Dreyfus, Jack
Drown, Jack and Helene [Withdrawn and Returned]
Duggan, Ann
Duggan, Tom
Dyke, William D.

Box 8

[E]
Eagleton, Terry [and Thomas F. Eagleton]
Education
Edwards, Lt. Stephen
Ehrlichman, Jan
Ehrlichman, John
[Eisenhower, Dwight]
Eisenhower, John
Eisenhower, Julie and Mamie
Elliot, William Y.
Ellsworth, Robert
Employment of Relatives by Public Officials--PL 90-206
Energy
Estate Plan--Richard Nixon
Evans, Mark
[F]
Feldon, Trude
Finch, Robert
Fish, Hamilton
Fisher, Debra
Fisher, Max
Fletcher, Arthur
Fletcher, Thomas W.
Forbes, Malcolm S.
Ford, Honorable Gerald
Form Letters, 1968 [Withdrawn or Returned]
Friedman, Milton
Fortas, Abe; Warren, Earl
Franco/General Walters, Eyes Only
Freddie [Withdrawn and Returned]
Freeman, Ambassador John
Fulbright, William
Fuller, Lon
Funeral Arrangements [Withdrawn and Returned]
Funkhouser, Richard
FYI's for the President
[G]
Gardner, John, Godkin Lectures--March 25, 1969
Garment, Len
Gaylord, E.K.
Gemmill, Kenneth
Getty, J. Paul
Gandhi, Mahatma
Gibbs, Mrs. Phillip
Gigliotti, Frank B.
Goldwater, Barry
Golf Clubs [Withdrawn and Returned]
Gosden, Freeman
Graham, Billy
Griffin, Robert
The Growth of Civilization (An Analysis of Growth) Withdrawn and Returned]
Gurney, Eliza P.
Guylay, Lou

Box 9

[H]
Haig, General Alexander
Hammer, Armand
Hannah, John
Hardin, Clifford
Hargrave, George
Harlow, Bryce
Harrison, DeSales
Harvey, Paul
Hauser, Rita
Hayes, W. Woodrow [McKay, John]
Haynsworth, Clement
Heath, Prime Minister
Helms, Richard
Hickel, Walter
Hill, Robert
Hillings, Pat
Hinshaw, Andrew J.
Hitt, Pat
Holt, Joe
Holton, Linwood
Hope, Bob
Horner, Garrett
Howard, W. Richard
Hoy, John C.
Hughes, James D.
Humphrey, Hubert
Hutschnecker, Arnold
Inauguration--1973
Jackson, Henry
Jackson, Mary Timberlake
James, General Daniel
Javits, Jacob
Johnson, Lyndon, and Lady Bird
Johnson, Roger
Johnson, U. Alexis
Johnson, Wilson, S.
Jones, Charles R., Jr. [Withdrawn and Return]
Jones, Mary Gardner
Joulwan, Chrissy
Juliana, James
[K]
Kai-shek, Chiang

Box 10

Kaplow, Herb
Kearns, Henry
Kempton, Murray
Kendall, Don
Kennedy, Caroline, John and Jackie
Kennedy, David
Kennedy, Edward, Jr. [Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Joan Kennedy]
Kennedy, Ethel
Kent State University Students
Kessler, Ronald
Keyes, Paul
Khashoggi, Adnan Mohamed
Khan, Yahya
Kilmer, Kathy
King, Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr.
King, Robert L.
Kissinger, Elizabeth
Kissinger, Henry
LCK [Kung, Louis C.] [Written and Returned]
Klein, Herb
Krogh, Egil (Bud)
[L]
Laird, Melvin
Laise, Carol
Lasker, Bernard J. [Written and Returned]
Lasky, Victor
Latin American Special Coordinating Committee, 5/17/69

Box 11

Laxalt, Paul
Letters--Forms following 1972 Election
Lewis, Bert
Lewis, Hobart
Lincoln, Franklin B. Jr.
Lindbergh, Charles
Linkletter, Art
Livingston, Howard [Withdrawn and Returned]
Locke, Mrs. Hugh
Lodge, Henry Cabot
Lodge, John Davis
Longstreet, Thacher
Longworth, Alice Roosevelt
Lon Nol
Luce, Clare Boothe
[M]
MacDonald, Mrs. Elisa
MacGregor, Clark
Mack, V. Adm. William P.
MacKinnon, George E.
MacMillan, Harold
Maginnes, Nancy
MAG-25
Mahon, George
Malraux, Andre
Mansfield, Mike
Marks, Leonard
Marshall, Thurgood
Martin, Ambassador Graham
Mason, Donna [Withdrawn and Returned]
Mazo, Earl
McCabe, Mr. and Mrs. T.B. [Withdrawn and Returned]
McCall, Harrison
McCann, Miss Louella
McClure, James
McCormack, Speaker John
McCormick, Kenneth D.
McCrary, John Reagan (Texas)
McFarland, Ernest W.
McKnight, W.L.
McWhorter, Charles
Meany, George
Meier, Golda
Memorabilia
Memorandum of Events, May 1, 1970 [Nixon's early morning visit to the Lincoln Memorial]
Menzies, Sir Robert
Metivier, Larry (lost and found letter)
Meyer, Hank
Milbank, Jeremiah, Jr.
Milhous, Philip [Withdrawn and Returned]
Miller, Arnold
Mindsenty, Joseph Cardinal

Box 12

Mitchell, John
Mitchell, Martha
Moley, Raymond
Montgomery, Sonny
Monzon, Chief
Moon, Plaque
Moore, Mrs. Clifford
Moore, Richard
Morton, Rogers
Moscow, Alvin
Mosher, Clint
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick
Mudge, Rose, Guthrie and Alexander [Withdrawn and Returned]
Mundt, Karl E.
Murphy, Franklin D. [Withdrawn and Returned]
[N]
NATO after Czechoslovakia
Nichols, Lou
Nidecker, John
Nixon, Don and Clara Jane
Nixon, Ed, and Family
Nixon, Mrs. Hannah [Withdrawn and Returned]
RN--Dental Work [Withdrawn and Returned]
RN--Handwritten Notes on Letters
RN--Hospitalization--July 1973 [Withdrawn and Returned]
RN--Notes on NSC--V. Nam Briefing
RN Notes and Dictated Letters re Election [of 1972] [A-F]
RN Notes and Dictated Letters re Election [of 1972] [G-N]
RN Notes and Dictated Letters re Election [of 1972] [P-Z]
Nixon Personal [Withdrawn and Returned]
Nixon Picture Cards [Withdrawn and Returned]
Nixon Pins--California [Withdrawn and Returned]

Box 13

[President Nixon Defense Fund--General Correspondence]
[RN Post Resignation General Correspondence, Answered]
[RN Post Resignation General Correspondence, Requests for Return of Defense Fund Contributions]
RN Stationery Sample (510 Fifth Ave., New York) [Withdrawn and Returned]
[RN--Weekly Abstract of Presidential Activities, [1969-74] [1969] [1 of 6]
[RN--Weekly Abstract of Presidential Activities, [1969-74] [1970] [2 of 6]
[RN--Weekly Abstract of Presidential Activities, [1969-74] [1971] [3 of 6]
[RN-Weekly Abstract of Presidential Activities, [1969-74] [1972] [4 of 6]
[RN--Weekly Abstract of Presidential Activities, [1969-74] [1973] [5 of 6]
[RN--Weekly Abstract of Presidential Activities, [1969-74] [1974] [6 of 6]

Box 14

Nixon Patricia
Nutrition and Human Needs
[O]
Odes
Ogden, Lionel
Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy
Oval Office Objects
[P]
Park Chung Hee
Passman, Otto
Peale, Norman Vincent
[Pearson, Drew]
Percy, Charles
Perry, John
Personnel Appointments
Phillips, Kevin
Pickle, Honorable J.J.
Pictures--RN and Eddie Nixon
Pike, Tom
Poll--23rd District of Ohio, March 1972
Poll--Gallup Poll on Most Admired Men and Women
President Pompidou--Gift
Pope Paul VI
Porter, H.J. (Jack)
Powell, Tom
Powers, Ormond
POWs
Precedence List
Presidential Music Library
Prince Charles
Prince Phillip
Queen Elizabeth
Quesada, E.R.
Quotes--Anecdotes
[R]
Registration Affidavit, California--January 8, 1970 [Withdrawn and Returned]
Republican Erie Area League (Membership Card) [Withdrawn and Returned]
Rhodes, John
Riesel, Victor
Roche, Charles
Roffman, Harvey
Rogers, Edward A.
Rogers, William
Rollins, John
Roosevelt, James
Rose, Duke [Withdrawn and Returned]
Rose, H. Chapman
Rusk, Honorable Dean
Russell, Senator Richard
Russia, RN--Eyes Only
Ruwe, L. Nicholas [Withdrawn and Returned]

Box 15

Ryman, Harold
[S]
Sabol, Edwin [Withdrawn and Returned]
Safire, Bill
Safire, Bill--Book Material
SALT
Sanborn, Honorable Blake
Sato, Eisaku
Saylor, John
Scali, John
Scherer, Gordon
Schmid, Walter
Schmidt, Adolph W.
Scott, Hugh
Scott, Stan
Scowcroft, Brent
Scranton, Commission Report
Scranton, William
The Rule of Secrecy, "To Secure These Blessings"
Seaton, Fred
Sendak, Theodore
Sherwood, Virginia
Shientag, Florence
Short, Hal
Shriver, Sargent
Shultz, George P. and Connally (Special $1 bills--autographed)
Shultz, George
Sirica, Judge John
Simon, Bill
Smathers, Bruce
Smith, Gerard
Smith Tony J.
Somin, Sgt. Lawrence E.
Speech Material
Special Memos
Stans, Maurice
Staubach, Roger
Steele, Robert H.
Stein, Herb
Stejer, Kari Kristen
Stennis, John
Stevens, Senator Ted
Stolz, Robert
Suharto, General
[T]
Tasca, Henry
Task Forces
Taylor, Henry J.
Taylor, Robert

Box 16

Telephone Calls [Christmas 1969-1970]
Telephone Calls, Christmas, 1972
Telephone Calls--RMW for RN
[Telephone Memoranda of President's Calls, March 13-16, 1969]
Thayer, Walter N.
Thieu, Nguyen Van
Thomas, Helen--Interview 1/8/73
Thurlow, Marcia
Thurmond, Strom
Timberlake, Frances
Toynbee, Arnold
Toynbee, Excerpt
Treasurer's Report, 1968 Campaign [Withdrawn and Returned]
Trohan, Walter
Trousdale, Paul
Trueblood, Elton
Truman, Bess W.
Truman, Harry
Tullio, Louis J.
Uhl, Edward
United Nations
Upton, Miller
Van der Linden, Frank
Vietnam--Restow
Vietnam, Letter from France to LBJ
Volcker, Paul
Volpe, John
[W]
Waggoner, Congressman Joe
Walker, Charles
Wallis, Allen
Walters, Barbara
Warren, Earl
Warren, Mrs. Earl
Washburn, Abbott
Washington, National Symphony
Washington, Shopping Plate [Withdrawn and Returned]
Watergate
Watergate Special Prosecutor [Unidentified Statement]

Box 17

Watson, Marvin
Weinberger, Caspar
West, Jessamyn [Withdrawn and Returned]
Whitaker, John [Withdrawn and Returned]
White, Theodore H.
White, William S.
Whitney, C.V.
Williams, Edward Bennett
Wilson, Meredith
Wilson, Bob
Wilson, Harold
Wilson, Woodrow
President Wilson--Addresses on First Trip to Europe, December 1918 to February 1919
Chairman Ne Win, Government of Burma
Winchester/Mosbacher [exchange of memoranda]
Woodruff, Robert [Withdrawn and Returned]
Woods, Joseph
Woods, Rose Mary
Workers' K Club Company
Wydler, John
Wyeth, Andrew
Wyman, Jane
[Y] [Withdrawn and Returned]
Yorty, Sam
Young Conservatives
Zerilli-Marimo, Baron Guido
Zeigler, Ron

ROSE MARY WOODS FILES: NAME FILE

Box 18

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I-J
K

Box 19

L
M
N
O-P-Q
R
S [1 of 2]
S [2 of 2]
T
U-V
W-X-Z

ROSE MARY WOODS NAME/SUBJECT FILE

Box 20

A [1 of 3]
B [2 of 3]
C [3 of 3]
Anderson, Jack
Annenberg, Walter [1 of 3]
Annenberg, Walter [2 of 3]
Annenberg, Walter [3 of 3]
Archives and Library
[Audio-Magnetic Tapes]
Autographed Pictures for Ambassadors
Autograph Requests--Policies
Autograph Requests for Auctions

Box 21

B [1 of 5]
B [2 of 5]
B [3 of 5]
B [4 of 5]
B [5 of 5]
Bachrach Pictures
Charlie Barr--Absentee Voting
Beeson, Sheldon
Senator Beveridge Quotation
Bide-A Wee Cemetery, "Checkers" Gravesite
Birthdates
Bobst, Elmer

Box 22

Bohemian Grove
[Boys' Club Bulletin]
Buchanan, Wiley
Burning Tree Country Club
C [1 of 4]
C [2 of 4]
C [3 of 4]
C [4 of 4]

Box 23

[Activities Calendar fr 1974]
Campaign 1970
Campaign 1972
List--Cards from China
Curruthers, Bill
Christmas Cards--1969-1973 (RN-PN)
Christmas Prints
Cities Visited by the President
Clippings and Articles
"Color Reports"
Colson, Charles

Box 24

Common Cause
1972 Republican Convention
Tricia Cox Article--Letters
D [1 of 3]
D [2 of 3]
D [3 of 3]
[Deepdale Golf Club, 1969-70]
Dixon, Jeane
[1 of 3]
[2 of 3]
[3 of 3]

Box 25

E [1 of 2]
E [2 of 2]
Ehrlichman, John
Ellis, Platon ["Richard Nixon and the 1968 New Hampshire Primary Campaign," M.A. Thesis, Queens College, C.U.N.Y., 1969]
Ellsworth, Bob
[Encouraging Quotes and Pictures]
Eye on Nixon [by Julie Nixon Eisenhower]
Eyes Only--For the President [Threats Against the
President, First Family, and Vice President]
F [1 of 2]
F [2 of 2]
Flowers [1 of 2]
Flowers [2 of 2]

Box 26

For the President's Signature [1 of 2]
For the President's Signature [2 of 2]
Former Members of Congress, Inc., Charter Membership
"Four Great Americans" [1 of 2]
"Four Great Americans" [2 of 2]
Helen Frick
G [1 of 3]
G [2 of 3]
G [3 of 3]

Box 27

Gifts
Gifts from China--Friends
H [1 of 6]
H [2 of 6]
H [3 of 6]
H [4 of 6]
H [5 of 6]
H [6 of 6]

Box 28

Haldeman, Bob
Hall, Len
Heard, Alexander
Hoover, J. Edgar
Hutschnecker, Arnold
I
Inaugural Address--Special Edition
Inaugural Story
Inauguration, 1969
Inauguration, 1973 [1 of 2]
Inauguration, 1973 [2 of 2]
Inauguration--1973--Family
Inauguration--1973 [Inauguration Questions]

Box 29

Invitations--Memos Re
J
Johnson, Roger
Jones, Rep. Charles
Jones, Donald T.
K [1 of 3]
K [2 of 3]
K [3 of 3]

Box 30

Keyes, Paul
Khrushchev, Shotgun
Kimball, Dr. Jeffrey B.
King, John
Kissinger, Henry
Kitchen Cabinet
Frances Knight
Kohly, Mario
L [1 of 4]
L [2 of 4]
L [3 of 4]
L [4 of 4]

Box 31

Lamont, Mrs. Gordon
Lasker, Bunny
Letters to President Might Want to See Sometimes [Re: John Dean]
Lincoln Day Address, February 12, 1974 [List of Recipients of Copies of]
M [1 of 5]
M [2 of 5]
M [3 of 5]
M [4 of 5]
M [5 of 5]

Box 32

Mc [1 of 4]
Mc [2 of 4]
Mc [3 of 4]
Mc [4 of 4]
McGaw, Foster
Mail Operations
Memberships--RN [1 of 3]

Box 33

Memberships--RN [2 of 3]
Memberships--RN [3 of 3]
Memoranda
Memo--1969-- R.M. Woods [1 of 6, January]
Memo--1969-- R.M. Woods [2 of 6, February]
Memo--1969-- R.M. Woods [3 of 6, March-April]
Memo--1969-- R.M. Woods [4 of 6, May-August]
Memo--1969-- R.M. Woods [5 of 6, September-October]
Memo--1969-- R.M. Woods [6 of 6, November-December]

Box 34

Memo--1970--R.M. Woods [1 of 2, January-August]
Memo--1970--R.M. Woods [2 of 2, September-December]
Memo-1971--R.M. Woods [1 of 5, January-February]
Memo-1971--R.M. Woods [2 of 5, March-April]
Memo-1971--R.M. Woods [3 of 5, May-June]
Memo-1971--R.M. Woods [4 of 5, July-October]
Memo-1971--R.M. Woods [5 of 5, November-December]

Box 35

Memos--1972--R.M. Woods [1 of 3, January-March]
Memos--1972--R.M. Woods [2 of 3, April-June]
Memos--1972--R.M. Woods [3 of 3, July-December]
Memos--1973--R.M. Woods
Memos--1974--R.M. Woods
[Presidential] Messages--Policies
[Miscellaneous Correspondence and Memos, 1971-74]
Moley, Ray
RN Trip to Moscow--1967

Box 36

Movie and Books
Mosher, Clint
N [1 of 3]
N [2 of 3, President Nixon and Family]
N [3 of 3]
Nixon, Donald
Nixon, Edward
Nixon Family Pictures
Nixon Files [Withdrawn and Returned]
Richard Nixon Foundation
Nixon Law Office Preservation Committee-La Habra [Withdrawn and Returned]
RN Material--in Storage in Bank of America, Whittier [Withdrawn and Returned]
North, Maxine
O
[Offers of Help, 1973]
Olin, John Merrill
Order of the Hound's Tooth

Box 37

P [1 of 3]
P [2 of 3]
P [3 of 3]
Pappas, Tom
"The Patricia," Picture Request [re former Presidential Yacht]
Persons Seeking Employment or Appointments [1 of 6, 1969-70]
Persons Seeking Employment or Appointments [2 of 6, 1971]
Persons Seeking Employment or Appointments [3 of 6, 1972]

Box 38

Persons Seeking Employment or Appointments [4 of 6, January-June 1973]
Persons Seeking Employment or Appointments [5 of 6, July-December 1973]
Persons Seeking Employment or Appointments [6 of 6, 1974]
Pins--Presidential Seal with Diamonds
Polls
Portraits of RN--Pending Request [1 of 2]
Portraits of RN--Pending Request [2 of 2]
Pre-Presidential Gifts
Presidential Miscellaneous

Box 39

The President's FYI, Returned from the President's Out Box, 8/5/74
Protocol Listing
Q
R [1 of 6]
R [2 of 6]
R [3 of 6, Republican National Committee]
R [4 of 6]
R [5 of 6]
R [6 of 6]

Box 40

C.G. "Bebe" Rebozo
Referrals--Zerox Copies of VIP [appointments, requests for meetings, other requests, Casey nominations]
Riland, Kenneth
Rinfret, Pierre
Rocchi, Gualberto
Robert Rogers, Story of Music
S [1 of 7]
S [2 of 7]
S [3 of 7]
S [4 of 7]

Box 41

S [5 of 7]
S [6 of 7]
S [7 of 7]
RMW--San Clemente [area merchants and acquaintances]
Salvatori, Grace
Scranton, William W.
Seelye, Gloria
"Setting the Course" [mailing list for]
Sky Scribers of 1956 [Withdrawn and Returned]
Smathers, George
Smith, Mrs. C. Arnolt (Helen Hill)
Staff Memoranda [general staff instructions re correspondence and other communications; gifts; personnel; visit with Governor Dewey-1969]
Miscellaneous Staff Memoranda [Communications and other arrangements at the Western White House, 1969's liaison with the President's friends, 1972]
Stone, Clem
A. Sulka and Company

Box 42

T [1 of 2]
T [2 of 2]
Telephone Calls--RN
Thimmesch, Nick
Traveling Press, 1952 through 1958 [Withdrawn and Returned]
U
Unanswered--Letters Questioning President's Signature
Unger, Sherman
V

Box 43

Henry Viscardi, Jr., Human Resources Center
W [1 of 4]
W [2 of 4]
W [3 of 4]
W [4 of 4]
[White House General Information and Orientation Book]

Box 44

[White House Staff Salaries]
Whittier College
Whittier College Associates [Withdrawn and Returned]
Whittier College, Class of 1934
Marge Wicklein
Wines
Joseph Woods
Peregrines Worsthorne, Article on the President
Y
Yeager, C. Robert
Z
Presidential Period Bulk Mail [August 1974]
[Material for Central Files] [1 of 3]
[Material for Central Files] [2 of 3]
[Material for Central Files] [3 of 3]

Box 45

Misc. Notes for Trash--RMW [1 of 4]
Misc. Notes for Trash--RMW [2 of 4]
Misc. Notes for Trash--RMW [3 of 4]
Misc. Notes for Trash--RMW [4 of 4]
[Newspaper Clippings]

PRESIDENT'S SPEECH FILE, 1969-74

Box 46

[Indexes to a portion of RN's Speech File, Boxes A-O] [Withdrawn and Returned]
Sat., July 29, 1967, Bohemian Grove--Lakeside Talk [Withdrawn and Returned]
November 6, 1968, Election Remarks [Withdrawn and Returned]
Nov. 1968--Jan. 20, 1969, Transition Period [Withdrawn and Returned]
January 20, 1969 Prayer Breakfast [Withdrawn and Returned]
Inaugural Address--January 20, 1969,
Monday, January 20, 1969, Inauguration
January 20, 1969, Inaugural Balls
January 24, 1969, Walter Hickel--Swearing-in
Saturday, January 25, 1969, Alfalfa Club Dinner
January 26, 1969, Church Service
January 27, 1969, Press Conference File
January 29, 1969, State Department Visit
January 30, 1969, Presidential Prayer Breakfast
January 30, 1969, Visit to Justice Department
February [3,] 1969, Visit to HUD
February [3,] 1969, Visit to Agriculture Department
February 3, 1969, Urban Affairs Council Meeting
February 5, 1969, Congressional Leadership Meeting
February 6, 1969, Press Conference
February 7, 1969, Cabinet Meeting
February 7, 1969, (Heart Foundation), 1969 Senate Youth Program
February 9, 1969, Key Biscayne, Florida
February 11, 1969, Statement--Pollution of the California Coastline
February 14, 1969, Science Foundation
February 14, 1969, Visit to HEW
February 14, 1969, Visit to Treasury Department
February 17, 1969, Ladies Press Luncheon
February 17, 1969, American Cross TV Message
February 19, 1969, Congressional Leadership Meeting
February-March 1969, RN Notes--European Trip
March 4, 1969, Press Conference
March 6, 1969, Visit to CIA
March 14, 1969, Press Conference

Box 47

March 15, 1969, NAB [National Alliance of Businessmen] Luncheon
March 15, 1969, American Legion 50th Ann. Banquet
March 15, 1969, Gridiron Club Dinner
March 17, 1969, Urban Affairs Council Meeting
March 20, 1969, Business Council Dinner
March 31 [21], 1969, Visit to Harry Truman
March 21, 1969, Santa Barbara Oil Spill
March 24, 1969, Prime Minister Trudeau--Canada
March 25, 1969, Walt Disney Medal Presentation
March 25, 1969, National Association of Broadcasters
March 25, 1969, American Cancer Society Crusade
March 27, 1969, Meeting with Senator Fulbright
March 1969, Notes re Visits to Eisenhower
March 30, 1969, Eisenhower Eulogy
March 31, 1969, Dwight D. Eisenhower Funeral
April 10, 1969, North Atlantic Council Speech
April 10, 1969, Cabinet Committee on Economic Policy
April 12, 1969, Budget Statement
April 14, 1969, OAS-Pan [Organization of American States] American Day Ceremony
April 14, 1969, Message to Congress--Radio Address
April 15, 1969, Cabinet Meeting
April 16, 1969, Republican Women's Conference
April [17], 1969, League of Women Voters Reception
April [18], 1969, Press Conference
April 19, 1969, Virginia Knauer [Swearing-in Ceremony]

Box 48

April 21, 1969, Donald Rumsfeld, Director of OEO [Office of Economic Opportunity]
April 23, 1969, Dinner Honoring Chief Justice Earl Warren
April 24, 1969, White House Photographers' Association
April 26, 1969, Azalea Festival, Norfolk, Va.
April 28, 1969, National Teacher of the Year
April 29, 1969, Congressional Leadership Meeting
April 29, 1969, Chamber of Commerce Meeting
May 3, 1969, White House Correspondents' Dinner
May 7, 1969, Republican Gala Dinner
May 14, 1969, Vietnam Speech [Final Drafts and Reading Copy] [1 of 2]
May 14, 1969, Vietnam Speech [Drafts] [2 of 2]
May 15, 1969, Armed Forces Breakfast
May 15, 1969, Cabinet Meeting
May 15, 1969, Ambassadors Dinner

Box 49

May 16, 1969, Cabinet Meeting
May 17, 1969, Armed Forces Day--The Saratoga
May 17, 1969, Medal of Honor Ceremony
May 19, 1969, Blind Students' Award
May 20, 1969, King and Queen of Belgium
[May 21, 1969, Remarks Announcing the Nomination of Warren Burger as Chief Justice]
[May 22, 1969, Conversation with Newsman on Nomination of Chief Justice]
May 23, 1969, University of Minnesota Band
May 23, 1969, Medal of Honor Ceremony
May 27, 1969, P.M. de Jong--The Netherlands
[May 25, 1969, Organization of African Unity Reception]
[May 28, 1969, FBI National Academy Speech
June 3, 1969, Karl K. Mundt Library Dedication--South Dakota
June 4, 1969, Air Force Academy Speech
June 8, 1969, President Thieu--Midway
June 10, 1969, Return from Midway
June [12], 1969, Capitol Page School Ceremony
June 12-13, 1969, Visit from President Lleras of Columbia
June 16, 1969, White House Fellows
June 19, 1969, Press Conference
June 20, 1969, Medal of Honor Ceremony
June 23, 1969, Visit to the Supreme Court
June 27, 1969, Massena, N.Y. [St. Lawrence Seaway and Montreal]
June 29, 1969, Church Service

Box 50

July 7-9, 1969, Haile Selassie (Ethiopia)
July 20, 1969, Church Service
July [20], 1969, Conversation with Astronaut (after moon landing)
July 22, 1969, Congressional Leaders (Breakfast)
July 22, 1969, National Governors' Conference Executive Board
July 22, 1969, Visit with American Field Service Students
July 22, 1969, All-Star Baseball Reception and Game
July 23-24, 1969, Remarks to Astronauts Aboard the Hornet
July [31], 1969, India--Toast
July-Aug. 1969, Asian Trip [1 of 2]
July-Aug. 1969, Asian Trip [2 of 2]
July-August 1969, Asian Trip--Programs, Menus, etc.
August 2, 1969, Romania--Arrival Statement
August 2, 1969, Romania--Toast

Box 51

August 7, 1969, Kiesinger Visit--Germany
August 7, 1969, Domestic Speech
August 8, 1969, Domestic Speech
August 13, 1969, Astronauts Dinner
August 21, 1969, Visit of President Park of Korea
August 26, 1969, Sen. Fong and Ed Broyhill Statements
August 20, 1969, Report of Rockefeller Mission
September 1969, National Security Council-San Clemente
September 1, 1969, United Community Fund Campaign Statement
September 8, 1969, Amistad Dam Dedication
September 8, 1969, Gulfport, Mississippi
September 9, 1969, Eulogy to Senator Dirksen
September 16, 1969, Troop Reduction--Vietnam
September 16, 1969, Holyoake Visit (New Zealand)
September 17, 1969, Social Security
September 18, 1969, United Nations Speech
September 19, 1969, Statement on the Draft
September 21, 1969, Church Service
September 23, 1969, SST Announcement
September 25-26, 1969, Visit of Golda Meier (Israel)
September 26, 1969, National Federation of Republican Women
September 26, 1969, Press Conference
September 29, 1969, Urban Affairs Council Meeting
September [30], 1969, Citation to First Marine Regiment
September 30, 1969, Press Conference [RN Meetings with Romulo of Philippines and Michael Haider]
October [6], 1969, Conversation with Bill Rogers
October 7, 1969, [Stag Dinner], Souvanna Phouma of Laos

Box 52

October 7, 1969, TV Clips--Cahill and Holton
October [9], 1969, Congressional Medal of Honor Presentations
October 8, 1969, Bicentennial Commission
October 8-10, 1969, Miscellaneous Notes
October [9], 1969, House Democratic Leaders
October 12, 1969, Associated Press Board Dinner
October 13, 1969, Minority Business Enterprises Meeting
October 14, 1969, People to People Speech
October 15, 1969, George Murphy Dinner
October 17, 1969, High Prices Speech
October 20, 1969, Haynsworth Press Conference
October 21-22, 1969, Visit to Shah of Iran [RN Meetings with Senator Mansfield, 10/22, and Secretary Rogers, 10/23]
October 23, 1969, Senator Mansfield
October [29], 1969, New Jersey--Morristown and Hackensack
October 28, 1969, Roanoke, Virginia
October 29, 1969, Haynsworth [Meeting with Senators]
October 31, 1969, Inter-American Press Assoc.
November 3, 1969, Vietnam Speech [1 of 5]
November 3, 1969, Vietnam Speech [2 of 5]

Box 53

November 3, 1969, Vietnam Speech [3 of 5]
November 3, 1969, Vietnam Speech [4 of 5]
November 3, 1969, Vietnam Speech [5 of 5]
November 4, 1969, Dinner for Prince Phillip
November 19-21, 1969, Sato Visit (Japan)
November 21, 1969, Statement re Haynsworth
November 21, 1969, Business Leaders' Meeting
November 24, 1969, Medal of Honor Presentation
November 24, 1969, Astronauts Conrad, Gordon and Bean
November 25, 1969, Biological Warfare Statement
December 1, 1969, Boys Club Dinner
December 2, 1969, WH Conference on Food, Nutrition and Health
December 3, 1969, Governors' Conference
December 4, 1969, Haynsworth--Circuit Court
December 8, 1969, Press Conference
December 9, 1969, Football Hall of Fame--New York
December 15, 1969, Vietnam Statement

Box 54

December 16, 1969, National Christmas Tree Lighting
December 17, 1969, Tax Statement
December 19, 1969, Cabinet Meeting
December 21, 1969, White House Christmas Party
December 25, 1969, [Christmas Message to Members of the Armed Forces]
December 30 1969, Tax Statement
Statement re: Schools
January, 13, 1970, Cabinet Meeting
January 17, 1970, Dinner for W. McChesney Martin
January 22, 1970, I, State of the Union Message [1 of 3]
January 22, 1970, I, State of the Union Message [2 of 3]
January 22, 1970, I, State of the Union Message [3 of 3]

Box 55

January 22, 1970, II, State of the Union Message [1 of 2]
January 22, 1970, II, State of the Union Message [2 of 2]
January 22, 1970, III, State of the Union Message [Red folders labeled by RN] [1 of 3]
January 22, 1970, III, State of the Union Message [Red folders labeled by RN] [2 of 3]
January 22, 1970, III, State of the Union Message [Red folders labeled by RN] [3 of 3]
January 23, 1970, Eisenhower Dinner--Filmed Message
January [24], 1970, Eugene Ormandy--Medal of Freedom
January 25, 1970, Friends of the President
January 26, 1970, HEW Veto [1 of 2]
January 26, 1970, HEW Veto [2 of 2]

Box 56

January 27, 1970, PM of Great Britain--Harold Wilson visit
January 29, 1970, Red Skelton--Evening at the White House
January 30, 1970, Press Conference
January 31, 1970, Arthur Burns--Swearing in as Fed. Reserve Chairman
February 3, 1970, Women's Press Reception
[February 5,] 1970, Indianapolis, Indiana
February [6], 1970, Chicago, Illinois
February 8, 1970, Church Service
February 10, 1970, Environment Message
February 11, 1970, Business Council
February [16,] 1970, [Presentation of National Medal of Science]
February 16, 1970, Statement--Supreme Court order re Schools
February 17, 1970, Gen. Lewis Hershey Dinner
February 19, 1970, Gen. Andrew Wyeth Dinner
February 20, 1970, Center for Voluntary Action Dinner
February 22, 1970, "1776"--Evening at the White House
February 24-March 2, 1970, Visit of President Pompidou
February [25,] 1970, Governors Conference
February 26, 1970, Tape--Federal Economy Act
February 26, 1970, Radio--TV Dinner
March 2, 1970, President Pompidou Dinner--NY [Program]
March 5, 1970, NAB [National Alliance of Businessmen] Dinner
March 9, 1970, Laos Statement [Statement released on 3/6/70
March [10,] 1970, VFW Dinner
March [11,] 1970, Republican Fundraising Dinner
March 11, 1970, Foreign Policy Conference--Business Executives
March 13, 1970, YR [Young Republican] Leadership Training School
March 16, 1970, Population Message
March 18, 1970, [Signing of Executive Protective Service Bill]
March 19, 1970, Higher Education Message--TV
March 19, 1970, Evening at the White House [Nicol Williamson]
March 21, 1970, Press Conference
March 22, 1970, School Statement [Released Mar.24, 1970] [1 of 2]
March 22, 1970, School Statement [Released Mar.24, 1970] [2 of 2]
March 23, 1970, Statement--Postal Work Stoppage
March 23, 1970, Organization of African Unity Dinner [includes menu]
March 23, 1970, Legislative Leaders
March 29, 1970, Key Biscayne--Church Service [Withdrawn and Returned]

Box 57

April 4, 1970, Duke and Duchess of Windsor Dinner Church Service, April 5, 1970
April 7, 1970, Congressional Medal of Honor Awards
April 9, 1970, USIA Film on Apollo Program
April 9, 1970, Carswell Statement
April [10-11], 1970, visit of Chancellor Brandt
April 10, 1970, Message for American Foundation of Religion and Psychiatry
April 14, 1970, PM Baunsgaard of Denmark
April 16, 1970, [Meeting with SALT Delegation]
April 16, 1970, Welfare Reform
April 17, 1970, Telephone Call to Astronauts' Wives
April 17, 1970, Republican National Leadership Banquet
April 18, 1970, NASA--Medal of Freedom Presentation
April 20, 1970, Vietnam Progress Report [1 of 2]
April 20, 1970, Vietnam Progress Report [2 of 2]
April 21, 1970, Commission on Government Procurement Swearing In
April 22, 1970, National Security Council Meeting
April 22, 1970, Association of American Universities Delegation
April 22, 1970, Medals of Freedom Dinner--Press
April 26, 1970, Church Service

Box 58

April 27, 1970, NSC: Ground Operations in Cambodia
April 30, 1970, Cambodia Speech and Notes, I [1 of 2]
April 30, 1970, Cambodia Speech and Notes, I [2 of 2]
April 30. 1970, Cambodia Speech and Notes, II
April 20, 1970, Cambodia Speech and Notes, III [1 of 2]
April 20, 1970, Cambodia Speech and Notes, III [2 of 2]

Box 59

May 5, 1970, Notes to Congressional Leaders re Cambodia
May 8, 1970, Press Conference
May 22, 1970, Senate Ladies Luncheon
May 26, 1970, Soeharto visit--Indonesia
May 27, 1970, Businessmen's Dinner
May 28, 1970, Knoxville, Tennessee [Billy Graham Crusade]
June [2-4,] 1970, Caldera Visit (Venezuela)
June 3, 1970, Cambodia Speech
June 6, 1970, Finch-Richardson Announcement
June 15, 1970, International Federation of Newspaper Publishers
June 17, 1970, Economic Policy Speech
June 18, 1970, Advertising Council Reception
June 22, 1970, Voting Rights Act Statement
June 25, 1970, Jaycee Speech--St. Louis
June 26, 1970
June 30, 1970, Report on Cambodia
July 1, 1970, Conversation with the President, TV--Smith/Sevareid/Chancellor
July 7, 1970, OAS [Organization of American States]
July 8, 1970, Women's National Press Club Dinner
July 10, 1970, U Thant Dinner
July 14, 1970, Louisville, Kentucky [Meeting with Governors from Appalachia]

Box 60

July 16-18, 1970, Visit of Prince Charles and Princess Anne
July 20, 1970, Impromptu Press Conference
July 22, 1970, Boy Nation
July 23, 1970, Kekkonen Visit (Finland)
July 24, 1970, Fargo, North Dakota
July 24, 1970, Salt Lake City, Utah [Pioneer Day Celebration]
July 24, 1970, Western Trip
July 29, 1970, D.C. Crime Bill Signing
July 30, 1970, Press Conference
July 31, 1970, Statement on Israeli Cabinet Vote on Peace Initiative
August 3, 1970, Denver, Colorado, LEAA Meeting
August 4, 1970, Mobutu Visit
August 6, 1970, Medal of Honor Presentations
August 10, 1970, Council on Environmental Quality (First Annual Report)
August 10, 1970, Unemployment Insurance Signing
August 11, 1970, Veto--Education Bill
August 12, 1970, Postal Reorganization Act (Signing Ceremony)
August 12, 1970, Arkansas [State Advisory Committee on Public Education]
August 14, 1970, New Orleans, Louisiana
August 18, 1970, Audio Tapes [Text only for Letter Carriers, Boy Scouts, Water Quality Symposium, and AMVETS]
August 20 and 21, 1970, Visit to Mexico
August 27, 1970, Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles
August 30, 1970, American Legion--Portland [not delivered by RN]
September 1970, Flag
September 3, 1970, Dinner for President Dias Ordaz--Mexico
September 7, 1970, Dinner for Labor Leaders
September 14, 1970, Edward David, Swearing--In
September 14, 1970, Open Hour
[September 17, 1970, Citizenship Day Ceremony]
September 16, 1970, Landon Lecture [1 of 2]
September 16, 1970, Landon Lecture [2 of 2]
September 16, 1970, Midwestern Editors and Broadcasters
September 18, 1970, Capitol Hill Staff Reception
September 22, 1970, Republican Leadership Meeting
September 24, 1970, Private Stag Dinner

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September 27-30, 1970, Italy--Rome, Vatican, Sixth Fleet, and Naples
September 30-October 2, 1970, Yugoslavia--Belgrade, Zagreb
October 2-3, 1970, Madrid, Spain
October 3-5, 1970, Ireland--Shannon and Kilfrush
October 5, 1970, Remarks on Arrival--Andrews [Air Force Base]
September 27-October 5, 1970, Misc. RN Notes from European Trip
October 6, 1970, RN Notes [Peace Initiative in Southeast Asia]
October 7, 1970, Vietnam Speech
October 8, 1970, Savannah, Georgia [Dedication of Ocean Science Center]
October 12, 1970, Connecticut [Media Briefing and Dedication of Italian Community Center]
October 13, 1970, Economic Position [Meeting with Economic Advisors]
October 13, 1970, RN Notes, California Dinner
October 14, 1970, RN Notes on Drug Abuse
October 15, 1970, Metropolitan Police Department
October 15, 1970, Signing Ceremony for Urban Mass Transportation Assistance Act of 1970
October 17, 1970, Burlington, Vermont
October 17, 1970, New Jersey--Newark, Ocean Grove, Teterboro
October 17, 1970, Pennsylvania--Lancaster, Olmstead
October 17, 1970, Green Bay, Wisconsin
October 19, 1970, Grand Forks, North Dakota
October 19, 1970, Kansas City, Missouri
October 20, 1970, Johnson City, Tennessee
October 20, 1970, Asheville, North Carolina
October 22, 1970, Meeting with Gromyko
October 1970, Basic Campaign Text
October 1970, Letter to House and Senate Candidates
October 1970, Notes [and Speech drafts] re Campaign Appearances

Box 62

October 23, 1970, United Nations Speech [1 of 2]
October 23, 1970, United Nations Speech [2 of 2]
October 24, 1970, UN Dinner
October 26, 1970, Visit of President Ceausescu of Romania
October 27, 1970, Drug Statement
October 27, 1970, TV Tape (for election)
October 31, 1970, Salt Lake City, Utah
October 31, 1970, Phoenix, Arizona
November 4, 1970, Press Statement [on results of1970 Elections]
November 5, 1970, Press Backgrounder
November 12, 1970, DeGaulle Funeral
November 16, 1970, Bob Hope Tribute--Film Tape [Text only]
November [17,] 1970, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
November [20,] 1970, Retail Clerks International Union
November 25, 1970, Presentation of [Medals to Members of Santay Rescue Mission]
November [26,] 1970, [Ceremony Inaugurating the Lighting of the White House]
November [26,] 1970, Thanksgiving Dinner for Servicemen
November [30,] 1970, Baseball Awards Dinner (Taped Message)
December 4, 1970, NAM National Association of Manufacturers Speech [1 of 2]
December 4, 1970, NAM National Association of Manufacturers Speech [2 of 2]
December 9, 1970, Reenlistment Ceremony
December 10, 1970, Press Conference--RN Notes
December 13, 1970, W.H. Conference on Children
December 15, 1970, Republican Leadership Meeting
December [17,] 1970, Beltsville Agricultural Research Center

Box 63

December 16, 1970, Christmas Tree Lighting
December 17-18, 1970, Visit of Prime Minister Heath
December 18, 1970, Evening at the White House [David Frost]
December [21,] 1970, Cabinet/Sub Cabinet Meeting
December [29,] 1970, Health and Safety Act of 1970 Signing
December 29, 1970, Boys Town Visit (Oval Office)
December 31, 1970, Clean Air Act
1970--RN Notes
1970, Senator Richard Russell Reception
January 4, 1971, Conversation with the President
January 14, 1971, University of Nebraska
January 15, 1971, RNC Reception
January 22, 1971, State of the Union Address I [1 of 3]
January 22, 1971, State of the Union Address I [2 of 3]
January 22, 1971, State of the Union Address I [3 of 3]

Box 64

January 22, 1971, State of the Union II [1 of 4]
January 22, 1971, State of the Union II [2 of 4]
January 22, 1971, State of the Union II [3 of 4]
January 22, 1971, State of the Union II [4 of 4]
January 26, 1971, Visit of Prince Juan Carlos--Spain
January 28, 1971, Congressional Reception
February 2, 1971, National Prayer Breakfast
February 4, 1971, American College of Cardiology
February 7, 1971, Church Service
February 8, 1971, Diplomatic Reception
February 10, 1971, Breakfast with Senate and House Democrats
February 10, 1971, Business Council
February 10, 1971, Industrial Pollution Control Board
February 11, 1971, [Swearing In of] John Connally
February 16, 1971, Medal of Honor Presentation
February 16, 1971, American Legion
February 17, 1971, Press Conference
February 17, 1971, Military Reception
February 18, 1971, Visit of P.M. Columbo--Italy
February 18, 1971, [Dedication of] Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
February 18, 1971, Statement re Health Message
February 19, 1971, Young Republicans Reception
February 23, 1971, Governors' Conference

Box 65

[February 24, 1971: Television Spot on Foreign Policy Message]
Thursday, February 25, 1971, Foreign Policy Address
Friday, February 26, 1971, Unveiling of Adams Portraits
Monday, March 1, 1971, Joint Session--Iowa Legislature
Thursday, March 4, 1971, Press Conference--Foreign Policy
Today Show--RN Notes for
Thursday, March 11, 1971, National Conference on the Judiciary, Williamsburg, Virginia
Thursday, March 11, 1971, Interview with Lady Members of the Press
Friday, March 12, 1971, OSC [Officer Candidate School] Graduation Remarks, Newport, Rhode Island
Tuesday and Wednesday, March 16-17, 1971, Visit of PM Lynch--Ireland
Wednesday, March 17, 1971, Eulogy--Whitney Young
Monday, March 22, 1971, Interview with Howard K. Smith
Wednesday, March 24, 1971, Republican Fund Raising Dinner
March 24, 1971, Black Caucus
Monday, March 31, 1971, Statement re Camp Pendleton Beach
April 3, 1971--San Clemente, Meeting with Movie Industry Leaders
Tuesday, April 6, 1971, Dinner for Latin-American Ambs.
Wednesday, April 7, 1971, Troop Withdrawal Statement

Box 66

Thursday, April 8, 1971, Remarks to Administration Wives
Friday, April 16, 1971, ASNE [American Society of Newspaper Editors] Interview
Monday, April 19, 1971, DAR [Daughters of American Revolution] Speech
Monday, April 19, 1971, Republican Governors' Conference
Monday, April 26, 1971, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Thursday, April 29, 1971, Press Conference
Thursday, April 30, 1971, Camp Pendleton, California
Saturday, May 1, 1971, Press Conference
Sunday May 2, 1971, Salute to Agriculture--Dinner
Saturday, May 8, 1971, White House Correspondent's Dinner
Cancer Research Program, Notes, 5/11/71
Thursday, May 13, 1971, NATO Meeting
Friday, May 14, 1971, Meeting with Senior Citizens
Wednesday, May 19, 1971, Red Cross Convention
Thursday, May 20, 1971, Statement re SALT Talks
Friday, May 21, 1971, Science Awards
Saturday, May 22, 1971, LBJ Library Dedication
Tuesday, May 25, 1971, Mobile and Birmingham, Alabama
Wednesday, May 26, 1971, Associated Councils of the Arts
May 27, 1971, Visit of King Faisal--Saudi Arabia
Saturday May 29, 1971, U.S. Military Academy

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Tuesday, June 1, 1971, Press Conference
Wednesday, June 2, 1971, President Somoza, Nicaragua (Dinner)
Saturday, June 5, 1971, Arkansas Waterway Speech, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Sunday, June 6, 1971, FIAB [President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board]
Wednesday, June 16, 1971, Teenage Republicans Leadership Conference
Thursday, June 17, 1971, Drug Abuse Message
Friday, June 18, 1971, Rochester--Media Briefing
Sunday, June 20, 1971, Rev. J. Arthur Geshwind, Key Biscayne Comm. Church
Tuesday, June 22, 1971, American Medical Association
June 24, 1971, Pentagon Papers
Thursday, June 24, 1971, Jennings County, Indiana
Thursday, June 24, 1971, TV Spot--Honor America Day Film
Friday, June 24, 1971, American Assn. of Retired Persons
Monday, June 28, 1971, Chowder and Marching Society Dinner
Wednesday, June 30, 1971, FBI Academy Graduation
Saturday, July 3, 1971, Bicentennial Era
Monday July 5, 1971, 26th Amendment Certification
Tuesday, July 6, 1971, Kansas City, Missouri
Thursday, July 15, 1971, Announcement of Trip to China, Top Secret
Monday, July 19, 1971, Leadership Meeting--China
Wednesday, July 28, 1971, Delegates to Boys Nation
Wednesday, July 28, 1971, Appropriations Committee Portraits of Chairman
Friday, July 30, 1971, Canton, Ohio
Saturday, July 31, 1971, Bohemian Grove Encampment--Cancelled
Saturday, July 31, 1971, Dedication of Rathbun Dam, Iowa

Box 68

Wednesday, August 4, 1971, Press Conference
Thursday, August 5, 1971, National Business Council for Consumer Affairs
Friday, August 6, 1971, Manchester, New Hampshire
Sunday, August 15, 1971, The Challenge of Peace--Economic Speech
August 16, 1971, State Department--Remarks
Tuesday, August l7, 1971, Knights of Columbus Speech
August 18, 1971, Wednesday, Springfield, Illinois
Thursday, August 19, 1971, VFW Speech, Dallas, Texas
August 20, 1971, Friday, Loma Linda Univ., Loma Linda, CA
September 3, 1971, Friday, Air Force Museum, Dayton, Ohio
Friday, September 3, 1971, Associated Milk Producers
Monday, September 6, 1971, Labor Day Address
Thursday, September 9, 1971, Joint Session of Congress, I

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[Thursday], September 9, 1971, Joint Session of Congress, II
Friday, September 10, 1971, Japan Trade Dinner
Thursday, September 16, 1971, Press Conference
September, 21, 1971, Tuesday Reception, Racing Car Drivers
Wednesday, September 22, 1971, Press Briefing
September 23, Thursday, Economic Club, Detroit, Mich.
Saturday, September 25, 1971, Portland, Oregon
Saturday, September 25, 1971, Montana
September 25, 1971, Saturday, Press Reception, Alaska
Sunday, September 26, 1971, Walla Walla, Washington
Monday, September 27, 1971, Salute to Mamie Eisenhower
Tuesday, September 28, 1971, POW Drop By, Sheraton-Hilton
September 29, 1971, Wednesday, IMF [International Monetary Fund] Reception
October 4, 1971, Anti-Drug Rally--Cgm. Passman
Thursday, October 7, 1971, Economic Address
October 8, 1971, Elkins, West Virginia
October 12, 1971, Herbert Portrait Unveiling
Tuesday, October 12, 1971, Senator Robert Griffin (film)
Tuesday, October 12, 1971, Senator Charles Percy (film)
Tuesday, October 12, 1971, Announcement of Trip to Moscow
Tuesday, October 12, 1971, Announcement of labor participation on Pay Board
Friday, October 15, 1971, Billy Graham Day, No. Carolina
Thursday, October 21, 1971, Nominations to Supreme Court
Friday, October 22, 1971, National Federation Rep. Women
Sunday, October 24, 1971, Veterans Day Address--Radio
Monday, October 26, 1971, Tape for NAM [National Association of Manufacturers] Conference, l0/28/71 [Text only]
Thursday, October 28, 197l, Visit of President Tito
Tuesday, November 2, 1971, Visit of P.M. McMahon, Australia

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Thursday, November 4, 1971, Visit of Prime Minister Gandhi, India
Tuesday, November 9, 1971, New York and Chicago, Salute to the President Dinners
Thursday, November 11, 197l, Hardin-Butz Announcement
Friday, November l2, 197l, Press Conference
Tuesday, November 16, 1971, Republican Leadership Meeting
Friday, November 19, 1971, AFL-CIO Convention
Tuesday, November 23, 1971, Redskins Practice
Saturday, November 27, 1971, Eisenhower Medical Center Dedication
Wednesday, December 1, 1971, National 4-H Congress
Thursday, December 2, 1971, WH Conference on Aging
Tuesday, December 7, 1971, Visit of President Medici--Brazil
December 9, 1971, Meeting
Sunday, December 12, 1971, CBS Christmas Special
December 12-13-14, 1971, The Azores
December 14-15, 1971, President's Notes
Saturday, December 18, 1971, Meeting with Finance Ministers
Sunday, December 19, 1971, Interview with Time People
December 20-21, 1971, Bermuda
RN Notes, 1971
Sunday, January 2, 1972, Conversation with Dan Rather, CBS
Tuesday, January 4, 1972, San Diego, California (Nat'l Steel)
Thursday, January 20, 1972, State of the Union, I, Reading Copy and Tape [Audiovisual Withdrawn]

Box 71

Thursday, January 20, 1972, State of the Union, II, 1-6th Drafts [1 of 4]
Thursday, January 20, 1972, State of the Union, II, 1-6th Drafts [2 of 4]
Thursday, January 20, 1972, State of the Union, II, 1-6th Drafts [3 of 4]
Thursday, January 20, 1972, State of the Union, II, 1-6th Drafts [4 of 4]
Thursday, January 20, 1972, State of the Union, III, 7-11th Drafts [1 of 4]
Thursday, January 20, 1972, State of the Union, III, 7-11th Drafts [2 of 4]
Thursday, January 20, 1972, State of the Union, III, 7-11th Drafts [3 of 4]
Thursday, January 20, 1972, State of the Union, III, 7-11th Drafts [4 of 4]

Box 72

January 20, 1972, Cabinet Dinner
Monday, January 24, 1972, Budget Message
Tuesday, January 25, 1972, Vietnam Speech
Friday, January 28, 1972, Dinner for M/M DeWitt Wallace
Tuesday, February 1, 1972, National Prayer Breakfast
Thursday, February 3, 1972, Drug Meeting with Athletes
Monday, February 7, 1972, White House Conference on the Industrial World Ahead
February 7, 1972, Industrial World Ahead Conference
Tuesday, February 8, 1972, Remarks--Jaycees
Wednesday, February 9, 1972, Foreign Policy Radio Address
Thursday, February 10, 1972, NCVA [National Center for Voluntary Action] Awards Dinner
February 15, 1972, Briefing Material--China
Thursday, February l7, 1972, Departure--Washington to China
Saturday, February 19, 1972, Departure--Hawaii to China
February 20-21, 1972, Arrival/Departure--Guam
February 21-28, 1972, China--Post Cards from RN and PN [list of names of prospective addresses]
February 21, 1972, Peking, China
February 22, 1971, China

Box 73

February 22 and 25, 1972, Newspapers--China
February 23, 1972, China
February 24, 1972, Peking, China
February 1972, China--Invitations, place cards, etc.
February 25, 1972, Peking, China--Reciprocal Dinner
February 26, 1972, Shanghai, China
February 26, 1972, Chou, China
Monday, February 28, 1972, Arrival at Andrews AFB From China
February 28, 1972, Joint Communiqué--U.S. And China
Tuesday, February 29, 1972, Bipartisan Leadership Meeting
Sunday, March 5, 1972, Shenandoah Presbyterian Church, Miami, Florida [Withdrawn and Returned]
Tuesday, March 7, 1972, VFW--Congressional Awards Dinner
Thursday, March l6, 1972, TV Statement--Busing [1 of 2]
Thursday, March l6, 1972, TV Statement--Busing [2 of 2]
Monday, March 20, 1972, Drug Abuse Law Enforcement Mtg., N.Y.C.
March 21-22, 1972, Visit of Prime Minister Erim--Turkey

Box 74

Thursday, March 23, 1972, TV Statement re George Meany
Friday, March 24, 1972 Press Conference
March 27, 1972, Advertising Council Reception
Tuesday, March 28, 1972 Visit of King Hussein--Jordan
Thursday, March 30, 1972, Tape Message for Mark Spitz AAU Sullivan Award [Text only]
April, 1972, Kissinger Trip to Moscow
April 1972, Vietnam Speech--plans for speech, cancelled
April ??, 1972 Drug Abuse Radio Speech
Thursday, April 6, 1972 Natl. Catholic Education Conference
Saturday, April 8, 1972, Customs patrol officers Meeting
Monday, April 10, 1972, Reception for NAB [National Alliance of Businessmen]
Monday, April 10, 1972, Biological Weapons Convention Signing Ceremony
Monday, April 10, 1972 Vietnam
Friday, April l4, 1972, Canadian Parliament Speech
Saturday, April 15, 1972, Great Lakes Signing Ceremony
April 13-15, 1972, Visit to Ottawa, Canada
Saturday, April l5, 1972, Dinner for OAS [Organization of American States] Representatives
April 19, 1972, Meeting with Chief Wilson
Tuesday, April 25, 1972, Vietnam Report

Box 75

Sunday, April 30, 1972, Visit to Connally Ranch
Thursday, May 4, 1972, Eulogy to J. Edgar Hoover
Monday, May 8, 1972, National Security Council Meeting
Monday, May 8, 1972, Vietnam Speech [1 of 2]
Monday, May 8, 1972, Vietnam Speech [2 of 2]
Tuesday, May 9, 1972, Duke Law School--Class of1937 Dinner
Monday, May 15, 1972, Opening of the Blue Room
Tuesday, May l6, 1972, Meeting with Don Kendall
Tuesday, May 16, 1972, Resignation of John Connally
Friday, May 19, 1972, Meeting with Bi-Partisan Leadership
Friday, May 19, 1972, Departure Statement at Press Reception
May 20-21, 1972, Austria
May 22-29, 1972, Russia

Box 76

May 22-29, 1972, Excerpts from Books, Etc. re USSR
May 24, 1972, Impressions of Meeting at Dacha
Sunday, May 28, 1972, Moscow TV Address
Tuesday, May 30, 1972, Iran
May 31-June 1, 1972, Poland
Thursday, June l, 1972, Report to the Congress
Friday, June 2, 1972, Leadership Meeting
Wednesday, June 10, 1972, NSC Meeting
June 11, 1972, Rotary Speech, Not Used
Monday, June l2, 1972, Swearing In Kleindienst/Shultz
Tuesday, June 13, 1972, Republican Leadership Meeting
June l5-16, 1972, Visit of President Echeverria of Mexico
Friday, June l6, 1972, Cabinet Meeting
Thursday, June 22, 1972, Press Conference in Office

Box 77

Monday, June 26, 1972, Meat Prices (Statement of)
Monday, June 26, 1972, Representatives of Polish-American Communities--Remarks
June 26, 1972, U.S. News and World Report Articles
Tuesday, June 27, 1972, Radio--TV Reception
Thursday, June 29, 1972, Press Conference
Tuesday, July 4, 1972, Radio Speech
Friday, July 7, 1972, Documentary Filming
Wednesday, July 12, 1972, Radio Speech: Disaster Relief
Sunday, July 16, 1972, First Christian Church Service [Withdrawn and Returned]
Monday, July 17, 1972, Reception--Labor Leaders, San Clemente
Thursday, July 27, 1972 Reception for Secret Service
Tuesday, August 22, 1972, Arrival--Miami, Florida
Wednesday, August 23, 1972, Acceptance Speech, I
Wednesday, August 23, 1972, Acceptance Speech, II

Box 78

Wednesday, August 23, 1972, Acceptance Speech, III
Wednesday, August 23, 1972, Acceptance Speech, IV
August 23, 1972, Acceptance Speech--RNC, V

Box 79

Wednesday, August 23, 1972, Acceptance Speech, VI
Thursday, August 24, 1972, American Legion Convention--Chicago
Thursday, August 24, 1972, DDE High School, Utica, Michigan
Thursday, August 24, 1972, San Diego, California
Thursday, August 24, 1972, San Clemente, California
Sunday, August 27, 1972, Celebrities' Reception (San Clemente)
Tuesday, August 29, 1972, Press Conference, San Clemente
August 30-September 1, 1972, Visit of P.M. Tanaka of Japan, Hawaii
Friday, September l, 1972, Admiral McCain, Change of Command
September 2, 1972, Labor Day Radio Speech
Tuesday, September 5, 1972, San Francisco
Monday, September 4, 1972, Reception for the Press
Saturday, September 9, 1972, Visit to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
Sunday, September 17, 1972, 12th Annual Italian Fall Festival
Sunday, September 18, 1972, International Narcotics Control Conference
Friday, September 22, 1972, Texas
Friday, September 22, 1972, Visit to Connally Ranch

Box 80

Saturday, September 23, 1972, Young Labor for the President
Monday, September 25, 1972, IMF [International Monetary Fund] Speech
Tuesday, September 26, 1972, Victory '72 Dinner--New York
Wednesday, September 27, 1972, San Francisco
Wednesday, September 27, 1972, Victory '72 Dinner--Los Angeles
Thursday, September 28, 1972, National Cancer Conference
Saturday, October 7, 1972, Radio Speech--Spending and Taxes
Sunday, October 8, 1972, Columbus Day Celebration
Monday, October 9, 1972, Audio Taping/Homebuilders Conven.
October 11, 1972, Remarks--Opportunities Industrialization Day Dinners (Taped)
Thursday, October 12, 1972, Atlanta, Georgia
Sunday, , October 15, 1972, Radio Speech--Crime and Drugs
Monday, October 16, 1972, POW/MIA Wives Meeting
Friday, October 20, 1972, Philadelphia--Revenue Sharing

Box 81

Saturday, October 21, 1972, Radio Speech--Paternalism or Personal Freedom
Tuesday, October 3, 1972, SALT Ratification Ceremony
Thursday, October 5, 1972, Press Conference
Sunday, October 22, 1972, Radio Speech--Veterans Day
Monday, October 23, 1972, Nassau County, New York
Tuesday, October 24, 1972, Veterans Legislation--Signing
Wednesday, October 25, 1972, Radio Speech--Education
Thursday, October 26, 1972, West Virginia and Kentucky
Friday, October 27, 1972, Radio Speech--American Farmer
Saturday, October 28, 1972, Radio Speech--One America
Sunday, October 29, 1972, Endorsement of John Tower
Sunday, October 29, 1972, Briefing for Surrogates
Sunday, October 29, 1972, Radio Speech--National Defense
Monday, October 30, 1972, Radio Speech--Older Americans
Wednesday, November 1, 1972, Radio Address--Urban Affairs
Thursday, November 2, 1972, Television Speech
Radio Speech--Ten Goals

Box 82

Friday, November 3, 1972, Radio Speech--Health
Friday, November 3, 1972, Chicago
Saturday, November 4, 1972, Radio Speech--Foreign Policy
Radio Speeches, October/November 1972
Saturday, November 4, 1972, North Carolina
Saturday, November 4, 1972, Ontario, California
Monday, November 6, 1972, Election Eve Television Remarks
Tuesday, November 7, 1972, Election [Withdrawn and Returned]
Election 1972
Tuesday, November 7, 1972, Election Remarks
Sunday, November 12, 1972, Key Biscayne Presbyterian Church [Withdrawn and Returned]
Thursday, November 23, 1972, Thanksgiving Remarks
Sunday, November 26, 1972, Marble Collegiate Church [Withdrawn and Returned]
Sunday, November, 26, 1972, Press Briefing
November 29, 1972, Vietnam Negotiations
December 15, 1972, Vietnam--Notes
Saturday, December 16, 1972, Dinner for the Cabinet
January 1, 1972, Remarks/Meeting with George Allen
Friday, January 5, 1972--Remarks, Reception/New Members of Congress
Friday, January 5, 1972, Leadership Meeting
Kissinger Messages Re Vietnam Peace Negotiations--January 1973
Thursday, November 2, 1972, Television Speech [1 of 2]
Thursday, November 2, 1972, Television Speech [2 of 2]

Box 83

Friday and Saturday-1/19 and 1/20/73, Inaugural Events
1973 Inaugural Address Material
Inaugural Address, January 20, 1973
Sunday, January 21, 1973, Reception--Republican Natl. Comm
Tuesday, January 23, 1973, Congressional Letters--Vietnam peace
Tuesday, January 23, 1973, Vietnam Speech--Peace Announcement

Box 84

Sunday, January 28, 1973, Budget Speech
Wednesday, January 31, 1973, Press Conference
Thursday, February 1, 1973, National Prayer Breakfast
Thursday and Friday--2/1 and 2/2/73, Visit of Prime Minister Heath
Tuesday, February 6, 1973, King Hussein, Jordan, Visit
Wednesday, February 7, 1973, Cabinet Meeting
Monday, February 12, 1973, Release of First POWs
Tuesday, February 13, 1973, Radio Speech on Natural Resources and Environment
Tuesday, February 13, 1973, Dinner at Trader Vic's
Wednesday, February 14, 1973, Flags to Full Mast--POW Return
Thursday, February 15, 1973, Lunch at the Pentagon
Monday, February 19, 1973, Radio Speech on the Economy
Monday, February 19, 1973, AFL-CIO Executive Comm. Mtg.
Monday, February 19, 1973, Jackie Gleason Tournament
Tuesday, February 20, 1973, South Carolina Legislature
Thursday, February 22, 1973, Vietnam Supporters Reception
Thursday, February 22, 1973, Radio Speech--Human Resources
Thursday, February 22, 1973, National Theatre
Sunday, February 25, 1973, Worship Service
Wednesday, February 28, 1973, Governors' Dinner
Wednesday, February 28, 1973, Atlantic City--Speech Cancelled
Thursday, March 1, 1973, Visit of Golda Meier--Israel
Friday, March 2, 1973, Press Conference
Friday, March 2, 1973, Freshmen Congressman
Saturday, March 3, 1973, Evening at the White House
Tuesday, March 6, 1973, Lunch at State Department
Wednesday, March 7, 1973, Stag Dinner
Friday, March 9, 1973, Radio Speech--Crime and Drugs
Sunday, March 11, 1973, Worship Service

Box 85

March 13, 1973, Proposed Joint Session Draft
Thursday, March 15, 1973, Press Conference
Saturday, March 17, 1973, Evening at the White House
Friday, March 22, 1973, Sub-Cabinet Briefing
Saturday, March 24, 1973, Statement Re Vietnam Veterans
Thursday, March 29, 1973, Television Address (Vietnam)
Friday, March 30, 1973, Briefing for State Legislators
Saturday, March 31, 1973, John Ford Dinner
April 2 and 2, 1973, Visit of President Thieu, San Clemente
Monday, April 9, 1973, Trade Bill--TV Film Clip
Tuesday, April 10, 1973, Visit of PM Lee, Singapore
Thursday, April 12, 1973, Reception for House and Senate Members
Friday, April 13, 1973, OAS [Organization of American States] Delegations' Reception
Saturday, April 14, 1973, WH Correspondents' Dinner
Monday, April 16, 1973, Meeting with Building Trades Comm.
Tuesday, April 17, 1973, Statement to the Press
April 17 and 18, 1973, Prime Minister Andreotti, Italy
Wednesday, April 18, 1973, TV Film Clip--Energy
Friday, April 27, 1973, Stennis Dedication--Mississippi

Box 86

Monday, April 30, 1973, Television Address--Watergate [1 of 2]
Monday, April 30, 1973, Television Address--Watergate [2 of 2]
Thursday, May 3, 1973, Foreign Policy Radio Speech
Wednesday, May 9, 1973, White House Staff Meeting
Wednesday, May 9, 1973, New Majority Dinner
Tuesday, May 16, 1973, Campaign Reform Radio Speech
Saturday, May 19, 1973, Armed Forces Day Speech--Norfolk
Thursday, May 24, 1973, Visit to Iceland
Friday, June 8, 1973, Florida Technological University
[Economic Speech Materials--Wednesday, June 13, 1973]

Box 87

Wednesday, June 13, 1973, Economic Speech
Friday, June 15, 1973, Dedication of Dirkson Library, Pekin
Friday, June 22, 1973, Bipartisan Leadership Meeting
Saturday, June 23, 1973, Poolside Party--Brezhnev
June 18-June 24, 1973--Visit of Leonid Brezhnev, USSR
Sunday, June 24, 1973--Signing and Departure Ceremony--Brezhnev
Sunday, July 1, 1973, Radio Speech on the Economy
Monday, July 9, 1973, Swearing in of Clarence Kelley
Friday, July 20, 1973, Return from Bethesda Hospital
July 23, 1973, Letter to Sam Ervin
Tuesday, July 23, 1973, Visit of the Shah of Iran
July 25, 1973, Letter to Judge Sirica
July 25, 1973, Letter to Sam Ervin
Tuesday, July 31, 1973, Visit of PM Tanaka--Japan
Wednesday, August 15, 1973, Watergate White Paper
Wednesday, August 15, 1973, Watergate Speech [1 of 3]
Wednesday, August 15, 1973, Watergate Speech [2 of 3]
Wednesday, August 15, 1973, Watergate Speech [3 of 3]

Box 88

Monday, August 20, 1973, VFW Convention--New Orleans
Wednesday, August 22, 1973, Press Conference
August 29, 1973, Statement Re Sirica Decision
Sunday, September 9, 1973, Radio Speech--Legislative Goals [1 of 2]
Sunday, September 9, 1973, Radio Speech--Legislative Goals [2 of 2]
Tuesday, September 11, 1973, Drug Abuse Conference
Tuesday, September 11, 1973, Bipartisan Reception for House Friends
Tuesday, September 18, 1973, Prime Minister Bhutto
Saturday, September 22, 1972 [1973], Swearing-In of Henry Kissinger
Thursday, September 27, 1973 Prime Minister Kirk--New Zealand
Wednesday, October 3, 1973, Press Conference
Tuesday, October 9, 1973, Pres. Houphouet-Boigny, Ivory Coast
Wednesday, October 10,1973, Bipartisan Congressional Leadership
Friday, October 12, 1973, Gerald Ford as V.P.
Wednesday, October 10, 1973, National Medals of Science
Thursday, October 11, 1973, Export Expansion Conference
October 11, 1973, Draft for VP Nomination Speech (Not Used)
Monday, October 15, 1973, Medal of Honor Presentation
Monday, October 15, 1973, Dinner for Hon. and Mrs. William Rogers
October 19 and 20, 1973, Letters to Elliot Richardson
October 20, 1973, Letter to Robert H. Bork
October 23-24, 1973, Drafts for Tapes Speech

Box 89

October 26, 1973, Press Conference
November 7, 1973, Energy Speech
Thursday, November 8, 1973, Salute to Nevada's Outstanding Women
Wednesday, November 14, 1973, Breakfast With House Republicans
Thursday, November 14, 1973, Natl. Assn. of Realtors
Sunday, November 18, 1973, Carl Vinson's 90th Birthday
Tuesday, November 20, 1973, Republican Governors' Conference
Sunday, November 25, 1973, Energy Address
Monday, November 26, 1973, Remarks--Seafarer's Union
Friday, November 30, 1973, Desert Ball
Tuesday, December 4, 1973, Federal Energy Office--Statement
Tuesday, December 4, 1973, President Ceausescu--Romania
Thursday, December 13, 1973, Energy Statement
Friday, December 14, 1973, National Christmas Tree Lighting
Thursday, January 17, 1973, Disengagement
Radio Speech on Energy [January 19, 1974]
Wednesday, January 23, 1973, TV Clip on Energy
Thursday, January 24, 1973, TV Clip on Education
Wednesday January 30, 1974, State of the Union Message [I, 1 of 2, Second Draft]
Wednesday January 30, 1974, State of the Union Message [I, 2 of 2, Third Draft]

Box 90

Wednesday, January 30, 1974, State of the Union Message [II, 1 of 3]
Wednesday, January 30, 1974, State of the Union Message [II, 2 of 3]
Wednesday, January 30, 1974, State of the Union Message [II, 3 of 3]
January 1974, State of the Union Address
Tuesday, February 5, 1974, American Hospital Association
Tuesday, February 5, 1974, American Hospital Association--House of Delegates
Saturday, February 9, 1974, Radio Speech--Transportation

Box 91

Monday, February 11, 1974, Foreign Minister Dinner--Oil
Tuesday, February 12, 1974, Lincoln Monument Remarks
Thursday, February 14, 1974, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Monday, February 18, 1974, Huntsville, Alabama
Friday, February 22, 1974, Reception--Comm. for Fairness to the Presidency
February 23, 1974, Radio Address--Privacy
[February 25, 1974, Press Conference]
Thursday, February 28, 1974, Young Republican Leadership Conf.
Thursday, February 28, 1974, Dinner for George Aiken
[March, 1974, Press Conference]
Thursday, March 7, 1974, Governors' Dinner
Friday, March 8, 1974, Radio Speech--Campaign Reform
Sunday, March 10, 1974, Radio Speech--Bicentennial
Monday, March 11, 1974, Departure Ceremony--Mrs. Nixon
Tuesday, March 12, 1974, VFW Congressional Banquet
[March 15, 1974, Executives' Club of Chicago]
Saturday, March 16, 1974, Grand Ole Opry Building Dedication, Nashville, Tennessee
[March 19, 1974, National Association of Broadcasters Convention]
Wednesday, March 20, 1974, Supporters Breakfast/LBJ Space Center Tour
Saturday, March 23, 1974, Radio Speech--Education
Tuesday, March 26, 1974, Farm Editors
Wednesday, March 27, 1974, Republican Senate--House Dinner
Friday, March 29, 1974, Vietnam Veterans Observance
Sunday, March 31, 1974, Radio Speech--Veterans
April 3, 1974, Statement--Decision of Joint Comm. on Internal Revenue Taxation
Thursday, April 4, 1974, Chowder and Marching Dinner
Friday, April 5, 1974, Trip to Paris
Wednesday, April 10, 1974, Michigan
February 25, 1974 and April 11, 1974, Requests of Judiciary Committee

Box 92

Wednesday, April 17, 1974, Latin American and Caribbean Foreign Ministers Dinner
Thursday, April 18, 1974, DAR Continental Congress
Thursday, April 25, 1974, Mississippi Economic Council
Monday, April 29, 1974, Watergate Speech [1 of 6]
Monday, April 29, 1974, Watergate Speech [2 of 6]
Monday, April 29, 1974, Watergate Speech [3 of 6]
Monday, April 29, 1974, Watergate Speech [4 of 6]
Monday, April 29, 1974, Watergate Speech [5 of 6]
Monday, April 29, 1974, Watergate Speech [6 of 6]

Box 93

Tuesday, April 30, 1974, Chamber of Commerce
Friday, May 3, 1974, Phoenix, Arizona
Saturday, May 4, 1974, Expo-74--Spokane, Washington
Wednesday, May 8, 1974, Swearing In of William E. Simon
Saturday, May, 11, 1974, Oklahoma State University
Wednesday, May 15, 1974, Mexico-US Interparliamentary Conf.
Monday, May 20, 1974, Radio Address, Health Insurance
Saturday, May 25, 1974, Radio Address, Memorial Day
Wednesday, May 29, 1974, Syria-Israel Disengagement
Wednesday, June 5, 1974, Naval Academy Commencement
Thursday, June 6, 1974, Luncheon for Prince Fahd--Saudi Arabia
Sunday, June 9, 1974, Citizen's Congress Luncheon
Monday, June 10, 1974, Departure for Mideast Trip
June 10-12, 1974, Austria
June 10-19, 1974, Mid East Trip
June 1974, Egypt [June 12-14]

Box 94

June 14, 1974, Saudi Arabia
June 1974, Israel [June 15]
Sunday, June 16, 1974, Damascus, Syria
Wednesday, June 19, 1974, Return from the Mid East
Tuesday, June 18, 1974, Amman, Jordan
Thursday, June 20, 1974, Bipartisan Leaders Meeting
June 1974, Proposed Schedule/Belgium/USSR [June 22]
Tuesday, June 25, 1974, Andrews AFB Departure Statement
June 25 and 26, 1974, Brussels
June 26, 1974, NATO Statement--Brussels
Thursday, June 27, 1974, Moscow
Monday, July 1, 1974 Minsk, USSR
Tuesday, July 2, 1974, Moscow TV Speech
Wednesday, July 3, 1974, Loring Air Force Base, Maine
Thursday, July 4, 1974, Radio Address-Not Given
Tuesday, July 9, 1974, Leadership Meeting
Friday, July 12, 1974, Signing Ceremony for H.R. 7130
Sunday, July 21, 1974, Roy Ash Party, Los Angeles

Box 95

Thursday July 25, 1974, Economic Address--Los Angeles [1 of 4]
Thursday July 25, 1974, Economic Address--Los Angeles [2 of 4]
Thursday July 25, 1974, Economic Address--Los Angeles [3 of 4]
Thursday July 25, 1974, Economic Address--Los Angeles [4 of 4]
Thursday, August 8, 1974, Resignation Speech

RAYMOND K. PRICE SPEECH FILE

Box 96

United Nations--Secret, 1969
Vietnam, Secret, May 1969
Vietnam, Statement--Secret, 7/69
Latin America (Secret), October 1969
State of the Union--1970 Suppl. Notes--12/21/69
State of the Union--1970 1st Draft, 12/24/69
State of the Union--1970 Revision, 12/30/69
State of the Union--1970 Draft 2-A, 1/4/70

Box 97

SU--Supplementary Notes, B, 1/6/70
State of the Union--Draft 2-B, 1/9/70
SU--Supplementary Notes--C, 1/16/70
State of the Union, 1/22/70
State of the Union, January 1970
Presidential Papers (1969) Preface, Supplementary Notes [October 7, 1970]
Radio Series (Unused)--1971-72--Andrews
Radio Series (Unused)--1971-72--Gergen
Radio Series (Unused)--1971-72--Huebner
Radio Series (Unused)--1971-72--Koch
Radio Series (Unused)--1971-72--Legor
Radio Series (Unused)--1971-72--McDonald
Radio Series (Unused)--1971-72--McLaughlin
Radio Series (Unused)--1971-72--Price

Box 98

Radio Series (Unused)--1971-72--Memos and Miscellany
Radio Series (Unused)--1971-72--File Memo
China Trip: February, 1972, RKP
Moscow Summit (classified), May-June 1972
Inaugural Submissions, 1st Draft--12/20/72
Vietnam Speech, Secret, Draft, 4/9/72

Box 99

[Radio Speeches, 1973
Inaugural (RP's papers), 1973 [1 of 2]
Inaugural (RP's papers), 1973 [2 of 2]
Rose Woods--Extraneous Material for 1973 Inaugural Address
[Inaugural Address 1973, 7th and 8th Drafts]
Vietnam--Agreement to End War, 1/23/73
Budget (Radio) Speech, 1/28/73
SOTU--RP Personal Files, 1973
Campaign Reforms--Speech/Resolutions/Msg [message] [1 of 5]

Box 100

Campaign Reforms--Speech/Resolutions/Msg [message] [2 of 5]
Campaign Reforms--Speech/Resolutions/Msg [message] [3 of 5]
Campaign Reforms--Speech/Resolutions/Msg [message] [4 of 5]
Campaign Reforms--Speech/Resolutions/Msg [message] [5 of 5]
Economy--Freeze, 6/13/73 [1 of 5]
Economy--Freeze, 6/13/73 [2 of 5]
Economy--Freeze, 6/13/73 [3 of 5]
Economy--Freeze, 6/13/73 [4 of 5]
Economy--Freeze, 6/13/73 [5 of 5]

Box 101

Legislative Agenda (Radio Speech), 9/9/73 [Empty]
Economy--Background Papers Speech, 6/30/73
Economy--1st Radio Speech, 6/30/73 [1 of 2]
Economy--1st Radio Speech, 6/30/73 [2 of 2]
Economy--International Radio Speech [July 8, 1973]
Legislative Agenda (Radio Speech), 9/9/73 [1 of 2]
Legislative Agenda (Radio Speech), 9/9/73 [2 of 2]
Economy--Phase IV Announcement, Not Given

Box 102

Legislative Message, 9/10/73
Vice President, 10/10-11/73
[Draft Statement Resignation of Vice President Agnew, October 9, 1973]
[Vice President Nominating Speech, Oct. 11, 1973]
[Draft of Letter to the Vice President, October 11, 1973]
VP Nomination Speech, 10/12/73
Energy Speech--November 1973
Energy Bill--Statement, 12/21/73
Speeches-Radio--1974
Energy Speech 1/1974
SOTU [State of the Union] 1974--Filing Advice Assistance
SOTU 1974--Background--Classified

Box 103

SOTU Speech, 1974--1st Draft, RKP Personal Files [1 of 2]
SOTU Speech, 1974--1st Draft, RKP Personal Files [2 of 2]
SOTU Messages, 1974--1st Draft, RKP Personal Work Files [1 of 2]
SOTU Messages, 1974--1st Draft, RKP Personal Work Files [2 of 2]
SOTU Message, 1974--1st Draft, RKP Personal Work File

Box 104

SOTU 1974--Notes for Speech to RN, RKP Files
SOTU Speech 1974--2nd-3rd Drafts, RKP Files
[State of the Union Address--3rd Draft, 1/28/74]
[State of the Union Address--4th Draft, 1/28/74]
SOTU Speech 1974--4th-5th-6th Draft, RKP Personal Files
SOTU 1974--RM Woods sent all original Mss and Background papers to CF [Central Files][Empty]
SOTU--1974--Speech/Message--Extra Copies
SOTU--1974--Letters re Speech
Lincoln Day Ceremony (Speech), 2/12/74
Speeches 1974--Misc: 3/15/74-[3/31/74]
[Speech Package for Brussels and Moscow]

Box 105

Russian Summit '74--Background, Secret
Russian Visit--1974, #1
Brussels [Russia] Trip--June-July 1974
[Moscow TV Address, 6th Draft, 7/2/74
Russian Trip--TV to Russian People, 7/2/74
[Loring AFB TV Address--2nd Draft--7/3/74
Russian Trip--TV to American People, 7/3/74
Russian Trip 1974--Background [1 of 8]
Russian Trip 1974--Background [2 of 8]

Box 106

Russian Trip 1974--Background [3 of 8]
Russian Trip 1974--Background [4 of 8]
Russian Trip 1974--Background [5 of 8]
Russian Trip 1974--Background [6 of 8]
Russian Trip 1974--Background [7 of 8]
Russian Trip 1974--Background [8 of 8]

Box 107

Economic Speech--Los Angeles, 7/25/74 [1 of 2]
Economic Speech--Los Angeles, 7/25/74 [2 of 2]
[Watergate Briefing Book]

Box 108

Watergate Paper--Inputs
Watergate (General--Unclassified)
Watergate Paper--Thoughts and 1st Draft [5/19/73]
Watergate--Speech (Drafts)--4/30/73 [1 of 4]
Watergate--Speech (Drafts)--4/30/73 [2 of 4]
Watergate--Speech (Drafts)--4/30/73 [3 of 4]
Watergate--Speech (Drafts)--4/30/73 [4 of 4]

Box 109

Watergate Paper--2nd Draft, 5/20/73 [1 of 2]
Watergate Paper--2nd Draft, 5/20/73 [2 of 2]
Watergate Paper--3rd Draft, 5/20/73 [1 of 3]
Watergate Paper--3rd Draft, 5/20/73 [2 of 3]
Watergate Paper--3rd Draft, 5/20/73 [3 of 3]
Watergate paper--4th Draft, 5/21/73 [1 of 2]
Watergate paper--4th Draft, 5/21/73 [2 of 2]

Box 110

Watergate Paper--5th Draft, 5/21/73 [1 of 2]
Watergate Paper--5th Draft, 5/21/73 [2 of 2]
Watergate Paper--6th and 7th Drafts, 5/22/73
Watergate Statement--7th/Final Draft, 5/22/73 (See also Cover Statement]
Watergate (Cover Statement), 5/22/73
Watergate Statement(s), 5/22/73, as released
Watergate--President's letters to Sen. Ervin (7/21/73) [1 of 2]

Box 111

Watergate--President's letters to Sen. Ervin (7/21/73) [2 of 2]
[Watergate Statement--Rough Notes, August 1, 1973, and First Draft, August 4, 1973]
[Watergate Statement--Rough Notes, First through Fourth Drafts, August 8-10, 1973]
Watergate Statement--5th Draft, 8/11/73
Watergate Statement--7th Draft, 8/12/73
Watergate Statement--8th Draft, 8/12/73
Watergate Statement--9th Draft, 8/12/73
Watergate Statement--White Paper, Draft--8/13/73
Watergate: White paper, 2nd Draft

Box 112

Watergate Speech, 8/73 (Drafts), File #1 (8/9/73)
Watergate Speech, 8/1973--Drafts, File #2 (8/10/73)
Watergate Speech, 8/1973--Drafts, File #3 (8/10/73)
Watergate Speech 8/1973--Drafts, File #4 (8/10/73)
Watergate Speech 8/1973--Drafts, File #5 (8/11/73)
Watergate Speech 8/1973--Drafts, File #6 (8/11/73)
Watergate Speech 8/1973--Drafts, File #7 (8/12/73)
Watergate Speech 8/1973--Drafts, File #8 (8/13/73)

Box 113

Watergate Speech--8/1973--Drafts, File #9 (8/14/73) [1 of 2]
Watergate Speech--8/1973--Drafts, File #9 (8/14/73) [2 of 2]
Watergate Speech--8/1973--Drafts, File #10 (8/14/73)
Watergate--White Paper--8/[15)/1973 [1 of 4]
Watergate--White Paper--8/[15)/1973 [2 of 4]
Watergate--White Paper--8/[15)/1973 [3 of 4]

Box 114

Watergate--White Paper--8/[15)/1973 [4 of 4]
Watergate Speech, 3/15/73 (Misc.)
Watergate--8/15/73 Speech--Letters
Watergate Tapes Speech, 10/24/73 (Cancelled)
Affidavit, 11/73 [Watergate Tapes] [1 of 2]
Affidavit, 11/73 [Watergate Tapes] [2 of 2]

Box 115

Watergate--Jaworski (2/1/74)
[Watergate Speech--1st Draft, 3/21/74]
[Watergate Speech--2nd Draft, 4/21/74]
[Watergate Speech--5th Draft, 4/23/74]
[Watergate Speech--6th Draft, 4/23/74]
[Watergate Speech--9th Draft, 4/28/74]
[Watergate Speech--10th Draft, 4/28/74]
[Watergate Speech--11th Draft, 4/29/74]
[Watergate Speech--Drafts by Charles Wright, April 1974]
Watergate Speech--4/29/74--Background [1 of 2]
Watergate Speech--4/29/74--Background [2 of 2]

Box 116

Watergate Speech--4/29/74 (F. Gannon Drafts)
Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 1st Draft
Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 2nd Draft
Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 3rd Draft
Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 4th Draft, Beginning Only of 4th Draft--See 5th Draft
Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 5th Draft
Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 6th Draft

Box 117

Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 7th Draft
Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 8th Draft
Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 9th Draft
Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 10th Draft
Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 11th Draft
Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 12th Draft

Box 118

Watergate Speech--4/29/74, 13th Draft, With President's Final Changes
Watergate Speech--4/29/74--As Delivered
Watergate--Supreme Court Brief (5/18/74)
Watergate--Chairman Rodino (6/9/74) [Letter from the President to Peter W. Rodino, Jr.
[Draft Introduction--Supreme Court Brief, 6/18/74]
Watergate--Supreme Court Ruling, 7/1974
Option B--Resignation, Draft 8/4/74 (See also Statement 8/5 and Resignation 8/8)
Option B--Resignation, Draft 8/4/74 (See also Statement 8/5 and Resig. 8/8), Ofcl. Copies
Statement (re 6/23/72 Transcripts), 8/5/74, The President's File
Statement (re 6/23/72 Transcripts), 8/5/74, Official File Copies

Box 119

Resignation Speech, The President's File, 8/8/74
Resignation Speech, Official Files, 8/8/74
Cabinet--RP Notes for President Nixon [December 21, 1970]
Cabinet, 2/2/71 (Incomplete)
Cabinet, 2/16/71
Cabinet--3/26/71
Cabinet--4/13/71
Cabinet, 9/13/71
Cabinet--10/12/71
Cabinet--11/5/71 (to S.S. [Staff Secretary ?], 11/11/71)
Cabinet--11/15/71
Cabinet--2/29/72
Cabinet, 5/8/72
Cabinet, 5/16/[72], pp. 1 through 7 (more to come)
Cabinet, 5/16/72--Duplicate of 2nd Tape Only
Cabinet, 5/15/72 (Duplicate on 2nd Tape)--Not final/Not Complete
Cabinet, June 16, 1972
Cabinet--7/21/72
Cabinet, 8/8/72
Cabinet/Leadership Breakfast, Tuesday, October 10, 1972
Cabinet--3/9/73

WHITE HOUSE SOCIAL EVENTS, 1969-74

Box 120

Reception for Family Following the Inauguration, Jan. 20, 1969
Luncheon, National Security Council, Jan. 25, 1969
Dinner, Jan. 25, 1969
Dinner, Apollo 8 Astronauts, Jan. 30, 1969
Diplomatic Reception, Jan 31, 1969
Stag Dinner, Feb. 1, 1969
Dinner, Sir Robert Gordon Menzies, Feb. 10, 1969
Luncheon, Davis Cup Team, Feb. 11, 1969
Dinner, H.E. Manlio Brosio, Sec. Gen. of NATO, Feb. 13, 1969
Congressional Receptions, March 11-13, 1969
Dinner, Donald Kendall, March 14, 1969
Dinner, Surprise Birthday Party for Mrs. Nixon, Mar. 16, 1969
Dinner, Chowder and Marching Society, Mar. 19, 1969
Dinner, The Business Council, Mar. 20, 1969
Dinner and entertainment, P.M. Trudeau of Canada, Mar. 24, 1969
Dinner, Apollo 9 Astronauts, Mar. 27, 1969
Dinner, King Hussein of Jordan, Apr. 8, 1969
Dinner and Entertainment, Ray C. Bliss, Apr. 10, 1969
Dinner, NATO Foreign Ministers, Apr. 11, 1969
Reception, Members of Republican National Committee Apr. 13, 1969
Dinner and Entertainment, Chief Justice Earl Warren, Apr. 23, 1969
Dinner, Duke Ellington, Apr. 29, 1969
Dinner and Entertainment, P.M. of Australia and Mrs. Gorton, May 6, 1969
Masque Ball and Entertainment, Miss Patricia Nixon, May 10, 1969
Dinner, Urban Coalition, May 12, 1969
Luncheon, Military, May 14, 1969
Breakfast, Armed Forces, May 15, 1969
Dinner and Entertainment, Career Ambassadors, May 15, 1969

Box 121

Luncheon, The King and Queen of the Belgians, May 20, 1969
Dinner, The Right Honorable Edward Heath of Great Britain, May 26, 1969
Dinner, P.M. deJong and F.M. Luns of the Netherlands, May 27, 1969
Dinner and entertainment, H.E. The President of the Republic of Colombia and Mrs. Lleras, June 12, 1969
Dinner and Entertainment, Apollo 10 Astronauts, June 30, 1969
Dinner, His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia, Jul. 8, 1969
Dinner and Entertainment, Executive Committee of Republican Governors Association, Jul. 16, 1969
Reception, 100th Anniversary of Baseball, Jul. 22, 1969
Kitchen Cabinet Reunion, Jul. 24, 1969, Not Held
Dinner and Entertainment, H.E. Kurt Georg Kiesinger, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Aug. 7, 1969

Box 122

Dinner, Apollo 11 Astronauts, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California, Aug. 13, 1969 [1 of 7]
Dinner, Apollo 11 Astronauts, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California, Aug. 13, 1969 [2 of 7]
Dinner, Apollo 11 Astronauts, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California, Aug. 13, 1969 [3 of 7]
Dinner, Apollo 11 Astronauts, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California, Aug. 13, 1969 [4 of 7]
Dinner, Apollo 11 Astronauts, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California, Aug. 13, 1969 [5 of 7]
Dinner, Apollo 11 Astronauts, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California, Aug. 13, 1969 [6 of 7]
Dinner, Apollo 11 Astronauts, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California, Aug. 13, 1969 [7 of 7]

Box 123

Dinner and Entertainment, H.R. The President of the Republic of Korea and Mrs. Park, St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco, California, Aug. 21, 1969
Orange County Reception, Aug. 29, 1969
Luncheon, U.S.-Mexican Dam Dedication, Sept. 8, 1969
Dinner and Dancing, the Right Hon. The P.M. of New Zealand and Mrs. Holyoake, Sept. 16, 1969
Dinner and Entertainment, H.E. Golda Meier, P.M. of Israel, Sept. 25, 1969 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, H.E. Golda Meier, P.M. of Israel, Sept. 25, 1969 [2 of 2]
Dinner, His Highness Prince Souvanna Phouma, P.M. Laos, Oct. 7, 1969
Dinner, Associated Press Board of Directors, Oct. 12, 1969
Dinner and Entertainment, His Imperial Majesty, The Shahanshah of Iran, Oct. 21, 1969 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, His Imperial Majesty, The Shahanshah of Iran, Oct. 21, 1969 [2 of 2]
Dinner, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Thursday, Nov. 4, 1969
Breakfast, NATO Nuclear Planning Group, Nov. 12, 1969

Box 124

Dinner, P.M. of Japan and Mrs. Sato, Nov. 19, 1969
Dinner and Entertainment, National Board of Directors,
Boys' Clubs of America, Dec. 1, 1969
Dinner and Entertainment, Governors and Wives, Dec. 3, 1969
Dinner, Night at the White House with Bob Hope, Dec. 14, 1969
Dinner, Elmer Bobst Birthday, Dec. 16, 1969
Dinner, P.M. Mariano Rumor of Italy, Jan 13, 1970 [Not Held]
Dinner, William McChesney Martin, Jan. 17, 1970
Dinner and Entertainment, P.M. of Great Britain and Mrs. Wilson, Jan. 27, 1970
Evening at the White House, Red Skelton, Jan. 29, 1970
Breakfast, Sec. of State and Mrs. Rogers, Saturday, Feb. 7, 1970
Dinner, Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, Director of Selective Service, Tuesday, Feb. 17, 1970
Dinner, Andrew Wyeth, Feb. 19, 1970
Dinner, National Center for Voluntary Action, Friday, Feb. 20, 1970
Evening at the White House, "1776," Sunday, Feb. 22, 1970
Dinner and Entertainment, The President of France and Madame Pompidou, Tuesday, Feb. 24, 1970
Dinner, National Alliance of Businessmen, Thursday, Mar. 5, 1970

Box 125

Mrs. Nixon's Birthday Surprise, Mar. 19, 1970, Cancelled
Evening at the White House, Nicol Williamson, Thursday Mar. 19, 1970
Dinner, Organization of African Unity Ambassadors, Mar. 23, 1970
Dinner and Entertainment, Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Saturday, Apr. 10, 1970
Dinner and Entertainment, Chancellor of Germany and Mrs. Brandt, Friday, Apr. 10, 1970
Dinner and Entertainment, P.M. of Denmark and Mrs. Baunsgaard, Tuesday, Apr. 14, 1970
Evening at the White House, Johnny Cash, Friday, Apr. 17, 1970
Stag Dinner, H.E. Chiang Ching-Kuo, Vice Premier of the Republic of China, Tuesday, Apr. 21. 1970
Dinner, Medal of Freedom Recipients in Journalism, Wednesday, Apr. 22, 1970

Box 126

Stag Dinner, Sir Alec Douglas-Home of Great Britain, Monday, May 11, 1970
Dinner and Entertainment, President of Indonesia and Mrs. Soeharto, Tuesday, May 26, 1970
Stag Luncheon, The Speaker of the House of Representative, John McCormack, Wednesday, May 27, 1970
Stag Dinner, Businessmen, Wednesday, May 27, 1970
Dinner and Entertainment, President of the Republica of Venezuela and Mrs. Caldera, Tuesday, Jun. 2, 1970
Dinner, Apollo 13 Astronauts, Tuesday, June 9, 1970
Dinner, P.M. Demirel of Turkey, Tuesday, Jun. 16, 1970 Cancelled [Empty]
Chez Vito Party, Cancelled, Sunday, Jun. 21, 1970
Reception, Delegates and Ambassadors, Organization of American States, Tuesday, Jul. 7, 1970
Dinner, Sec. Gen. U. Thant, 25th Anniversary of signing of the United Nations Charter, Friday, Jul. 10, 1970
Stag Dinner, Businessmen Aboard the Sequoia, Thursday Jul. 16, 1970
Supper-Dance and Entertainment, The Prince Charles and The Princess Anne of Great Britain, July. 17, 1970 [1 of 2]
Supper-Dance and Entertainment, The Prince Charles and The Princess Anne of Great Britain, July. 17, 1970 [2 of 2]
Dinner, Ambassador and Mrs. Walter Annenberg, Jul. 17, 1970
Dinner and Entertainment, President Kekkonen of Finland, Thursday, Jul. 23, 1970 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, President Kekkonen of Finland, Thursday, Jul. 23, 1970 [2 of 2]

Box 127

Dinner and Entertainment, President of the Congo and Mrs. Mobutu, Aug. 4, 1970 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, President of the Congo and Mrs. Mobutu, Aug. 4, 1970 [2 of 2]
Reception, Bernard "Bunny" Lasker, Birthday, Monday, Aug. 10, 1970, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Dinner for the Cabinet, Wednesday, Aug. 19, 1970
Dinner, President Diaz Ordaz of Mexico, Hotel del
Coronado, California, Thursday, Sept. 3, 1970 [1 of 4]
Coronado, California, Thursday, Sept. 3, 1970 [2 of 4]
Coronado, California, Thursday, Sept. 3, 1970 [3 of 4]
Coronado, California, Thursday, Sept. 3, 1970 [4 of 4]
Dinner and Entertainment, Labor Leaders, Sept. 7, 1970
Luncheon and Entertainment, Mrs. Marcos of the Philippines, Sept. 22, 1970
(Reception), Sept. 23, 1970
Dinner, Representatives Taft, Bush and Weicker, Sept. 24, 1970

Box 128

Stag Dinner, California Businessmen, Oct. 13, 1970
Dinner and Entertainment, 25th Anniversary of the United Nations, Saturday, Oct. 24, 1970
Dinner and Entertainment, H.E. The President of the Council of the Socialist Republic of Romania and Mrs. Ceausescu, Monday, Oct. 26, 1970
Stag Dinner, The Earl Mountbatten of Burma, K.G., Nov. 5, 1970
Dinner, President Echeverria of Mexico, Nov. 12, 1970 [Not Held]
Stag Dinner, Kalmbach Group, Nov. 18, 1970
Reception, Lighting Ceremony, Nov. 25, 1970
Stag Dinner, King Hussein I of Jordan, Dec. 8, 1970
Christmas Open House for Members of Congress and Their Wives, Nos 1 and 2, Dec. 14 and 15, 1970
Dinner, P.M. Heath of Great Britain, Thursday, Dec. 17, 1970 [1 of 2]
Dinner, P.M. Heath of Great Britain, Thursday, Dec. 17, 1970 [2 of 2]
Christmas Evening at the White House, David Frost, Friday, Dec. 18, 1970 [1 of 2]
Christmas Evening at the White House, David Frost, Friday, Dec. 18, 1970 [2 of 2]
Reception, Christmas Open House for Cabinet and Sub-Cabinet and their Families, Monday, Dec. 21, 1970, 5-7 p.m.

Box 129

Reception, Diplomatic Corps, Jan. 8, 1971
Reception, Republican National Committee, Friday, Jan. 15, 1971
Dinner and Entertainment, Prince Juan Carlos and Princess of Spain, Tuesday, Jan. 26, 1971 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, Prince Juan Carlos and Princess of Spain, Tuesday, Jan. 26, 1971 [2 of 2]
Private Dinner, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 1971
Reception, Congressional Newcomers, Thursday, Jan. 28, 1971
Evening at the White House, Beverly Sills, Tuesday, Feb. 2, 1971 [1 of 3]
Evening at the White House, Beverly Sills, Tuesday, Feb. 2, 1971 [2 of 3]
Evening at the White House, Beverly Sills, Tuesday, Feb. 2, 1971 [3 of 3]
Diplomatic Reception, Monday, Feb. 8, 1971
Private Dinner, Mrs. Alice Roosevelt Longworth, Feb. 10, 1971
Military Reception, Wednesday, Feb. 17, 1971
Dinner and Entertainment, P.M. Colombo of Italy, Thursday, Feb. 18, 1971
Dinner and Entertainment, Governors, Tuesday, Feb. 23, 1971
Dinner, Apollo 14 Astronauts, Mar. 1. 1971
Private Dinner, Tuesday, Mar. 9, 1971

Box 130

Evening at the White House, Mar. 16, 1971
Evening at the White House, P.M. of Ireland and Mrs. Lynch, Wednesday, Mar. 16, 1971 [1 of 2]
Evening at the White House, P.M. of Ireland and Mrs. Lynch, Wednesday, Mar. 16, 1971 [2 of 2]
Stag Reception, National Alliance of Businessmen, Friday, Mar. 19, 1971
Private Dinner, Tuesday, Mar. 23, 1971
Stag Dinner, (Stans Group), Businessmen, Thursday, March 25, 1971
Dinner, Chiefs of Diplomatic Missions of the Americas, Tuesday, Apr. 6, 1971
Stag Dinner, Clem Stone, Thursday, Apr. 8, 1972,
Dinner, King Hassan II of Moroco, Thursday, Apr. 22, 1971, Cancelled
Dinner and Entertainment, A Salute to Agriculture, Friday, May 7, 1971
Stag Luncheon, King Faisal of Saudi Arabia, Thursday, May 27, 1971
Dinner, President Somoza of Nicaragua and West Point Class of 1946, Wednesday, June 2, 1971
Reception, 80th Congressional Club, Thursday, Jun. 3, 1971
Dinner, Prince and Princess of Monaco, Late June/Early July 1971, Cancelled
Wedding and Reception, Miss Patricia Nixon and Mr. Edward Finch Cox, Jun. 12, 1971
Stag Dinner, Chancellor Willy Brandt of West Germany Tuesday, June 15, 197l
Stag Dinner, Gideon's Army, Businessmen, Tuesday, Jun. 22, 1971
Stag Reception, National Association of Broadcasters, Wednesday, Jun. 23, 1971
Dinner, Chowder and Marching Club, Monday, Jun. 28, 1971
Dinner and Entertainment, The Postmaster General and Mrs. Blount, Tuesday, Jun. 29, 1971
Luncheon, Mrs. Juan Velasco, Wife of the President of Peru, Friday, Jul. 2, 1971
Reception, Aug. 5, 1971
Dinner, U.S.-Japan Committee on Trade, Friday, Sept. 10, 1971
Stag Reception, Racing Car Drivers, Tuesday, Sept. 21, 1971
September 28, 1971, President Medici, Brazil, Cancelled
Stag Reception, Delegates to International Monetary Fund and International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1971
Ceremony, H.E. the Secy. Gen. Manlio Brosio, Medal of Freedom, Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1971

Box 131

Stag Dinner, H.E. Nobusuke Kishi, Former P.M. of Japan Friday, Oct. 22, 1971
Dinner and Entertainment, The President of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Mrs. Broz, Oct. 28, 1971
Dinners, European and Asian Ambassadors, October and November 1971
Dinner and Entertainment, P.M. of Australia and Mrs. McMahon, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 1971
Dinner and Entertainment, P.M. Indira Gandhi of India, Nov. 4, 1971
Dinner, Asian Ambassadors, Tuesday, Nov. 16, 1971, Cancelled
Dinner, Asian Ambassador, Tuesday, Nov. 16, 1971, Cancelled
Dinner, P.M. Trudeau of Canada, Monday, Dec. 6, 1971
Dinner and Entertainment, President and Mrs. Medici of Brazil, Tuesday, Dec. 7, 1971
Christmas 1971
Dinner for the Cabinet, Thursday, Jan. 20, 1972
Dinner and Entertainment, Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Wallace, Jan. 28, 1972
Stag Dinner, King Hussein I of Jordan, Tuesday, Mar. 28, 1972
Private Dinner, Alice Roosevelt Longworth, Wednesday, Mar. 29, 1972

Box 132

Stag Reception, National Alliance of Businessmen, Monday, Apr. 10, 1972
Dinner and Entertainment, OAS and Delegations to OAS General Assembly, Saturday, Apr. 15, 1972
Reception, American Society of Newspaper Editors, Thursday, Apr. 20, 1972
Dinner, Duke University Law School Class of 1937, Tuesday, May 9, 1972
Reception, Opening of the Blue Room, Monday, May 15, 1972
Stag Reception, for the Press, Friday, May 19, 1972
Swearing-in Ceremony, George P. Shultz--Sec. of the Treasury, Richard Kleindienst--Attorney General, Caspar Weinberger--Director, OMB [Office of Management and Budget], Jun.12, 1972
Dinner and Entertainment, President of Mexico and Mrs. Echeverria, Thursday, Jun. 15, 1972 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, President of Mexico and Mrs. Echeverria, Thursday, Jun. 15, 1972 [2 of 2]
Reception, San Clemente, California, Celebrities, Sunday, Aug. 27, 1972
Stag Dinner, H.E. Kakuei Tanaka, P.M. of Japan, Kuihina Hotel, Oahu, Hawaii, Aug. 31, 1972
Reception, Republican National Committee and Re-election Chairmen, Tuesday, Sept. 12, 1972
Stag Dinner, Sir Alec Douglas-Home, Friday, Sept. 29, 1972
Stag Dinner, Andrei Gromyko (USSR), Held at Camp David, Monday, Oct. 2, 1972
Reception, Press Association Officers and Wives, Oct. 10, 1972
1972 Christmas Parties
Reception, (President and Mrs. Nixon), Freshmen Members of Congress, Friday, Jan. 5, 1973
Coffee, Congressional Escort and Family, Jan. 20 1973; Reception, Nixon-Ryan Families and Republican National Committee, Jan. 21, 1973
Dinner, Former P.M. Sato of Japan, Wednesday, Jan. 31, 1973
Bohemian Grove, Spring of 1973, Cancelled

Box 133

Dinner and Entertainment, P.M. Heath of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Thursday, Feb. 1, 1973 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, P.M. Heath of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Thursday, Feb. 1, 1973 [2 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, King Hussein I and Queen Alia of Jordan, Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1973
Breakfast, Cabinet and Staff, Thursday, Feb. 8, 1973
Reception, Peace With Honor, Thursday, Feb. 22, 1973
Dinner, Governors, Wednesday, Feb. 28, 1973
Dinner and Entertainment, Her Excellency Gold Meier, P.M. of Israel, Thursday, Mar. 1, 1973 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, Her Excellency Gold Meier, P.M. of Israel, Thursday, Mar. 1, 1973 [2 of 2]
Evening at the White House, Sammy Davis Jr., Saturday, March 3, 1973
Stag Dinners, [Contributors], Tuesday, Mar. 6, 1973
Stag Dinners, [Contributors], Wednesday, Mar.7, 1973
Evening at the White House, Merle Haggard, The Osborne Brothers, Saturday, Mar. 17, 1973
Dinner, President Thieu of Vietnam, San Clemente, California, Apr. 2, 1973
Dinner and Entertainment, P.M. of Singapore and Mrs. Lee, Tuesday, Apr. 10, 1973
Stag Reception, Veto Upholders, Thursday, Apr. 12, 1973
Reception, Organization of American States Delegations, Friday, Apr. 13, 1973

Box 134

Dinner and Entertainment, P.M. of Italy and Mrs. Andreotti, Tuesday, Apr. 17 1973 [1 of 3]
Dinner and Entertainment, P.M. of Italy and Mrs. Andreotti, Tuesday, Apr. 17 1973 [2 of 3]
Dinner and Entertainment, P.M. of Italy and Mrs. Andreotti, Tuesday, Apr. 17 1973 [3 of 3]
Dinner and Entertainment, Chancellor Willy Brandt of Germany, Tuesday, May 1, 1973 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, Chancellor Willy Brandt of Germany, Tuesday, May 1, 1973 [2 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia, May 15, 1973
Congressional Reception, Wednesday, May 23, 1973
Dinner and Entertainment, Prisoners of War and their Guest, May 24, 1973
Congressional Reception, Tuesday, May 29, 1973
Dinner and Entertainment, President of the Republic of Liberia and Mrs. Tolbert, Jun. 5, 1973
Congressional Reception, Wednesday, Jun. 6, 1973
Dinner and Entertainment, H.E. Leonid I. Brezhnev, Gen. Secy. of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the USSR, Jun. 18, 1973 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, H.E. Leonid I. Brezhnev, Gen. Secy. of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the USSR, Jun. 18, 1973 [2 of 2]

Box 135

Reception, General Secretary Brezhnev, San Clemente, California, Saturday, Jun. 23, 1973
Reception for Senators, Wednesday, Jul. 11, 1973
Dinner and Entertainment, Their Imperial Majesties, The Shahanshah and the Empress of Iran, Jul. 24, 1973 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, Their Imperial Majesties, The Shahanshah and the Empress of Iran, Jul. 24, 1973 [2 of 2]
Reception, GOP Policy Committee, Thursday, Jul. 26, 1973
Dinner and Entertainment, H.E. Kakuei Tanaka, P.M. of Japan, Jul. 31, 1973 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, H.E. Kakuei Tanaka, P.M. of Japan, Jul. 31, 1973 [2 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, H.E. The P.M. of Pakistan and Bergum Bhutto, Tuesday, Sept. 18, 1973 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, H.E. The P.M. of Pakistan and Bergum Bhutto, Tuesday, Sept. 18, 1973 [2 of 2]
Dinner, H.E. Norman E. Kirk, P.M. of New Zealand, Thursday, Sept. 27, 1973

Box 136

Dinner and Entertainment, H.E. The President of the Republic of Ivory Coast and Mrs. Houphouet-Boigny, Oct. 9, 1973 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, H.E. The President of the Republic of Ivory Coast and Mrs. Houphouet-Boigny, Oct. 9, 1973 [2 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, Former Secretary of State and Mrs. Rogers, Monday, Oct. 15, 1973
Dinner, President Banzer of Bolivia, Oct. 16, 1973, Postponed
Dinner, G.H. Dorr's Birthday, Sunday, Oct. 21, 1973
Dinner and Entertainment, President of Romania and Mrs. Ceausescu, Tuesday, Dec. 4, 1973 [1 of 2]
Dinner and Entertainment, President of Romania and Mrs. Ceausescu, Tuesday, Dec. 4, 1973 [2 of 2]
Private Dinner, Thursday, Dec. 13, 1973
Private Dinner, Rev. Billy Graham, Saturday, Dec. 15, 1973
Stag Dinner, Conference, Oil Users Nations, Monday, Feb. 11, 1973
Stag Dinner, US-USSR Trade Council, Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1973
Dinner, Congressional Supporters, Thursday, Feb. 28, 1973
Dinner Congressional Supporters, Friday, Mar. 1. 1974
Dinner and Entertainment, Governors, Thursday, Mar. 7, 1974
Dinner and Entertainment, Hon. and Mrs. Melvin Laird, Tuesday, Mar. 26, 1974
Reception, National Newspaper Association, Thursday, March 28, 1974
Dinner, Chowder and Marching Society, 25th Anniversary, Thursday, Apr. 4, 1974
Stag Dinner, President Boumediene of Algeria, Thursday, Apr. 11, 1974
Dinner, President Leone of Italy, Tuesday, Apr. 16, 1974 [Cancelled]
Dinner, Organization of American States, Wednesday, Apr. 17, 1974
Evening at the White House, Tuesday, May 8, 1974, Cancelled
Dinner, King Hassan II of Morocco, Thursday, May 30, 1974, [Cancelled]
President Bourguiba of Tunisia, Jun. 4-6, 1974
Luncheon, His Royal Highness Prince Fahd ibn Abd a-Aziz al Saud of Saudi Arabia, Thursday, Jun. 6, 1974
Dinner, Shultz/Stein/Flanigan/Harlow, Wednesday, Jul. 10, 1974, Not Held
Party, Roy and Lila Ash, Sunday, Jul. 21, 1974
First Secy. Gierek of Poland, September/November 1974 [Empty]
Social Entertainment Office, Schedule of Events, The Nixon Administration, 1/20/69-6/24/74

WHITE HOUSE SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS OFFICE, 1969-74

Box 137

Academic....Faculty
1972 Additions to WH Invitation Lists
Advance Men
After Dinner Possibilities
Alfalfa Club
Athletes for the President
Associations and Organizations
Authors
Bachelors
Blacks
Negroes in the Administration
Businessmen
Cabinet Members' Social Events
Cabinet
Cabinet--Supreme Court--Departments--Agencies, etc...., for Invitation
California Possible Evening at the White House
Celebrities for the President--1972 [1 of 2]
Celebrities for the President--1972 [2 of 2]

Box 138

Cy Laughter ... Celebrities and Athletes [1 of 2]
Cy Laughter ... Celebrities and Athletes [2 of 2]
Talent ... Celebrities
Children of Presidents
Relatives of Former Presidents
Church Service, Jan. 26, 1969
Church Service, Feb. 2, 1969
Church Service, May 4, 1969
Church Service, May 25, 1969
Church Service, June 15, 1969
Church Service, Jun. 29, 1969
Church Service, Jul. 13, 1969
Church Service, Jul. 20, 1969
Church Service, Sept. 21, 1969
Church Service, Sept. 28, 1969
Church Service, Nov. 16, 1969
Church Service, Dec. 14, 1969
Church Service, Dec. 21, 1969
Church Service, Jan. 11, 1970
Church Service, Feb. 1, 1970
Church Service, Feb. 8, 1970
Church Service, Mar. 1, 1970

Box 139

Church Service, Mar. 15, 1970 [1 of 2]
Church Service, Mar. 15, 1970 [2 of 2]
Church Service, Apr. 5, 1970
Church Service, Apr. 19, 1970, Cancelled and Changed to Apr. 26, 1970
Church Service, May 10, 1970
Military Church Service, May 17, 1970, Cancelled
Church Service, Sept. 13, 1970
Hawaiian Vesper Service, Oct. 4, 1970, Cancelled
Church Service, Oct. 18, 1970, Jun. 21, 1970 and Aug. 1970, Cancelled
Church Service, Nov. 22, 1970
Church Service, Dec. 20, 1970
Church Service, Jan. 24, 1971
Church Service, Feb. 7, 1971
Church Service, Mar. 7, 1971
Church Service, April 18, 1971
Church Service, May 9, 1971
Church Service, Sept. [12], 1971

Box 140

Church Service, Oct. 10, 1971
Church Service, Nov. 14, 1971
Church Service, Mar. 19, 1972
Church Service, Dec. 17, 1972
Church Service, Jan. 21, 1973 [1 of 2]
Church Service, Jan. 21, 1973 [2 of 2]
Church Service, Feb. 25, 1973
Church Service, Mar. 11, 1973
Church Service, Apr. 15, 1973 [1 of 2]
Church Service, Apr. 15, 1973 [2 of 2]

Box 141

Church Service, Oct. 14, 1973
Church Service, Dec. 16, 1973
Church Service, Mar. 17, 1974
Church Invitations
Church Services
Church Services Letters and Memos
Church Services (Miscellaneous Suggestions)
Church Services Pending
Clergy
For the Next Church Service
Memos and Suggestions re Church Service [1 of 3]
Memos and Suggestions re Church Service [2 of 3]
Memos and Suggestions re Church Service [3 of 3]

Box 142

Regular Church Service
Worship Services
C. Colson Suggestions
Committee for the Preservation of the White House--Donors and Lenders to the White House Collection
President's Commission on White House Fellows
Commissions and Boards and D.C. Government
Suggestions for Commissions and Committees
Committee to Reelect the President Volunteers for
1707 and 1730 Pennsylvania Avenue--1972
Congress and Senate
Congressional Suggestions
Hill Staff
House Regrets for Invitations
Invitations--Candidates for House and Senate and Governors
For Invitations--Current Congressional Lists; Vice President's Staff
Lists for Invitations--House and Senate Staff Members
Senators' Requests
Cultural
Democrats for Nixon--1972
Dinner Guests Suggested by State Dept., AID, Arms Control, USIA, and Peace Corps

Box 143

Drama Critics
Educators [Empty]
Educators for the President, 1972
For Next Entertainment
Ethnics [I]
Ethnics [II]
Evening at the White House, Jul. 1, 1972, Connally's)
Not Held
Foreign Friends
Old Friends
General
Government Officials
Out Dated Lists of Government Officials and R.N.C.
Governors

Box 144

Hardin Suggestions
Bryce Harlow
Inaugural, 1969
Inaugural Committees
Names Sent to Murray Chotiner for Inaugural Invitations
Independent Agency Heads
Invitees to Tricia's Wedding, 6/12/71
Invitation Suggestions
Campaign Workers and Supporters
Invitations to the White House
Invitation to White House [1 of 2]
Invitation to White House [2 of 2]

Box 145

Invitations to the White House
White House Invitations [1 of 3]
White House Invitations [2 of 3]
White House Invitations [3 of 3]
[Invitations to the White House] For Next Dinner
[Invitations to the White House] For the Next Dinner
Invitations to the White House
Miscellaneous Memos, etc.
Have Been Invited Recently

Box 146

Don Kendall's Business Committee, 1972
Important Labor Leaders
Law Partners
[Media] Editorial Writers
[Media] Editorials--Publishers
Members of Press and Media
Newspaper/TV
Radio and TV Press
Memoranda re Social Events
Memos re White House Guests Who Have Been Invited [Empty]
Military Requests for Invitations
Miscellaneous Dinner Invitations Lists [1 of 4]
Miscellaneous Dinner Invitations Lists [2 of 4]
Miscellaneous Dinner Invitations Lists [3 of 4]
Miscellaneous Dinner Invitations Lists [4 of 4]
Miscellaneous Invitation Suggestions

Box 147

Miscellaneous Invitations to the White House [1 of 2]
Miscellaneous Invitations to the White House [2 of 2]
Miscellaneous Memos re Invitations
Miscellaneous Memos re White House Invitations
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous re Social Events
Miscellaneous re White House Invitations
Evening at the White House, Motion Picture Industry, Not Held
Names for Lists for White House Operators and Dinners
Navy
New York Christmas Parties
Nixon for President Chairmen, '68 Campaign
Mrs. Nixon's Requests
President's Suggestions
Mrs. Nixon's or Family's Suggestions

Box 148

People Who Have Been Invited to the White House [1 of 8]
People Who Have Been Invited to the White House [2 of 8]
People Who Have Been Invited to the White House [3 of 8]
People Who Have Been Invited to the White House [4 of 8]
People Who Have Been Invited to the White House [5 of 8]
People Who Have Been Invited to the White House [6 of 8]
People Who Have Been Invited to the White House [7 of 8]

Box 149

People Who Have Been Invited to the White House [8 of 8]
Persons Suggested for White House Social Events, But Not Yet Invited [1 of 2]
Persons Suggested for White House Social Events, But Not Yet Invited [2 of 2]
Political [I]
Political [II]
POTUS [President's] Recommendations
Procedures...Memos for Social Events
Reception, World War II Navy Friends, After the Election, Not Held
R.N.C. Members
Scientists
Social Invitations
Social Types
Southern Types
Spanish Speaking Appointees of the Administration [Empty]
Stag Dinners

Box 150

Suggestions for Small Private Dinners
Suggestions for White House Invitations, 1973
Suggestions for Invitations to the White House [I]
[Suggestions for Invitations to the White House [II] [1 of 2]
[Suggestions for Invitations to the White House [II] [2 of 2]
Suggestions for Invitations to White House Functions
Suggestions for White House Invitations--A
Suggestions for White House Invitations--B
Suggestions for White House Invitations--C
Suggestions for White House Invitations--D

Box 151

Suggestions for White House Invitations--E
Suggestions for White House Invitations--F
Suggestions for White House Invitations--G
Suggestions for White House Invitations--H
Suggestions for White House Invitations--I
Suggestions for White House Invitations--J
Suggestions for White House Invitations--K
Suggestions for White House Invitations--L
Suggestions for White House Invitations--M
Suggestions for White House Invitations--N
Suggestions for White House Invitations--O
Suggestions for White House Invitations--P
Suggestions for White House Invitations--Q [Empty]
Suggestions for White House Invitations--R
Suggestions for White House Invitations--S
Suggestions for White House Invitations--T
Suggestions for White House Invitations--U
Suggestions for White House Invitations--V

Box 152

Suggestions for White House Invitations--W
Suggestions for White House Invitations--X
Suggestions for White House Invitations--Y
Suggestions for White House Invitations--Z
Suggestions from Departments
Supporters--Invitations to the White House
Supporters of the Administration
Members Supreme Court--Social Events [Empty]
"Swinging Couples"
Task Forces
United Citizens for Nixon-Agnew Staff
Vice President's Requests
Volpe Recommendations for Invitations
White House Invitation Lists
White House Invitations
White House Staff
Invitations to the White House--White House Staff Lists
Women for Nixon
RMW to Check Out
RMW's Suggestions

ROSE MARY WOODS FILES: REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE FILES

Box 153

[Master List of Donors, by State, pre-April 7, 1972] [1 of 4, copy 1 of 4]
[Master List of Donors, by State, pre-April 7, 1972] [2 of 4, copy 2 of 4]
[Master List of Donors, by State, pre-April 7, 1972] [3 of 4, copy 3 of 4]
[Master List of Donors, by State, pre-April 7, 1972] [3 of 4, copy 4 of 4]
[Donor List, Category IV, $1000-$3000] [1 of 4, A-D]
[Donor List, Category IV, $1000-$3000] [2 of 4, E-K]

Box 154

[Donor List, Category IV, $1000-$3000] [3 of 4, L-R]
[Donor List, Category IV, $1000-$3000] [4 of 4, S-Z]
Contributor's Lists (have been sent to Mr. Stans) [1 of 2]
Contributor's Lists (have been sent to Mr. Stans [2 of 2]
[Contributor Lists, Categories I to VI]
[Contributor Lists, Category VII]
[Contributor Lists, Category VIII]

Box 155

Top Finance People [1 of 3]
Top Finance People [2 of 3]
Top Finance People [3 of 3]
[Mailing Lists for Thank You Letters and Gifts, 1972-73] [1 of 2]
[Mailing Lists for Thank You Letters and Gifts, 1972-73] [2 of 2]
[Republican National Committee, Membership and Delegate Lists] [1 of 4]
[Republican National Committee, Membership and Delegate Lists] [2 of 4]


Box 156

[Republican National Committee, Membership and Delegate Lists] [3 of 4]
[Republican National Committee, Membership and Delegate Lists] [4 of 4]
Campaign Letter-1972
Contributions
Flanigan Requests
Gideon's Army
Invitation Material-Misc.
Invitation Requests, H. Kalmbach
RNC Contributions List
Special Finance, 1972
Stans' Suggestions
White House Guest Lists, Lang Washburn's Suggestions

COMMITTEE FOR THE RE-ELECTION OF THE PRESIDENT FILES, 1972

Box 157

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California [1 of 4]
California [2 of 4]
California [3 of 4]
California [4 of 4]

Box 158

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida [1 of 2]
Florida [2 of 2]
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois [1 of 2]
Illinois [2 of 2]

Box 159

Indiana [and Iowa]
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota [and Maine]
Mississippi

Box 160

Missouri
Montana
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York [1 of 3]
New York [2 of 3]
New York [3 of 3]

Box 161

North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio [1 of 2]
Ohio [2 of 2]
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee

Box 162

Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Foreign (ISVS) [International Secretariat for Volunteer Service]

PHOTOGRAPHS [Audiovisual Withdrawn]

Box 163

[Requests for Autographs] [I]
Requests for Autographs [II]
[Requests for Autographs--Refusal]
[Request for Autographs--Held in Abeyance]
[Request of Autographed--Red Tagged]
[Inscribed Photos Ready for Signature]
[Photographs to be Inscribed and Signed]
[Photographs Inscribed, Signed, and Ready to be Sent]
[Inscribed Photos Ready for Signature]
[Photographs to be Inscribed]
[Inscribed Photographs Ready for Signature]
[PRN Autographed Inscription]
[For PRN Signature]

Box 164

[Inscribed Photographss Ready for RMN's Signature] [1 of 6]
[Inscribed Photos Ready for RMN's Signature] [2 of 6]
[Inscribed Photos Ready for RMN's Signature] [3 of 6]
[Inscribed Photos Ready for RMN's Signature] [4 of 6]
[Inscribed Photos Ready for RMN's Signature] [5 of 6]
[Inscribed Photos Ready for RMN's Signature] [6 of 6]

Box 165

[Photographs to be Inscribed for RMN's Signature]
Came From East Wing-No Card Attached
[Photographs] [1 of 3]
[Photographs] [2 of 3]
[Photographs] [3 of 3]
[Withdrawal Records for the Photograph and Autograph Request Card File]
[Withdrawal Records for the Entire Transition File Series]

TRANSITION MATERIALS, 1968-69

Transition [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Transition Period, 1968] [Withdrawn and Returned]
Appointments with RMN, RMW Memos [Withdrawn and Returned]
Cabinet Suggestions and List, RMW Memos [Withdrawn and Returned]
1968--Election Day Statement [Withdrawn and Returned]
Employment, RMW Memos [Withdrawn and Returned]
Florida--Future Visits [Withdrawn and Returned]
1968 Transition Correspondence, General [Withdrawn and Returned]
Miscellaneous Memos, RMW [Withdrawn and Returned]
Move to Washington [Withdrawn and Returned]
Mrs. Nixon [Withdrawn and Returned]
Transition--Notes and Letters, 1968-69 [1 of 2] [Withdrawn and Returned]
Transition--Notes and Letters, 1968-69 [2 of 2] [Withdrawn and Returned]
Pending [Withdrawn and Returned]
RMW Pending Party in Washington [Withdrawn and Returned]
Questions--Need Answer From Haldeman [Withdrawn and Returned]
Schedule--Invitations, RMW Memos [Withdrawn and Returned]
Women to be Considered [Withdrawn and Returned]

FOREIGN AFFAIRS FILE, 1969-74

Box 166

Foreign Policy Briefing Book, March 2, 1971 (Pat Buchanan)
Foreign/Domestic Briefing Book, 10/10/71 (Pat Buchanan)
Foreign and Domestic Briefing Book, October 3, 1972 (Pat Buchanan)
Domestic Briefing Book, June 19, 1972 (Pat Buchanan)
Detailed Schedule, Visit of Richard Nixon, Rome, Italy, Vatican City [Sept. 27-28, 1970]
Foreign Travel of the President--since 1953 [1 of 3]
Foreign Travel of the President-since 1953 [2 of 3]
Foreign Travel of the President-since 1953 [3 of 3]

Box 167

[Foreign Trips Briefing Materials, 1972] [1 of 3]
[Foreign Trips Briefing Materials, 1972] [2 of 3]
[Foreign Trips Briefing Materials, 1972] [3 of 3]
Mrs. Nixon--Visit to Italy, Yugoslavia [Empty]
Mrs. Nixon--Visit to Spain, UK, Ireland [Empty]
Trips--List
[President's Meetings with Foreign Statesmen] [1 of 3]
[President's Meetings with Foreign Statesmen] [2 of 3]
[President's Meetings with Foreign Statesmen] [3 of 3]

SELECTION OF THE VICE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE, 1973

Box 168

Responses re Selection of Vice President [October-November 1973] [1 of 7]
Responses re Selection of Vice President [October-November 1973] [2 of 7]
Responses re Selection of Vice President [October-November 1973] [3 of 7]
Responses re Selection of Vice President [October-November 1973] [4 of 7]

Box 169

Responses re Selection of Vice President [October-November 1973] [5 of 7]
Responses re Selection of Vice President [October-November 1973] [6 of 7]
Responses re Selection of Vice President [October-November 1973] [7 of 7]

TRANSCRIPTS OF RECORDED PRESIDENTIAL CONVERSATIONS

Box 170

[Partial Lists, Transcripts of Recorded Conversations, March 21-April 19, 1973]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversations, President/Dean, Oval Office, March 17, 1973, 1:25-2:10 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversations, President/Colson, Telephone Call, March 21, 1973, 7:53-8:24 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/JDE/HRH/RZ, EOB Office, March 27, 1973, 11:10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/JDE/HRH/RZ, EOB Office, March 27, 1973, 11:10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/JDE/HRH/RZ, EOB Office, March 27, 1973, 11:10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.; "Xerox of Material Sent to the President at Camp David, 4/20/74 and Xerox to Buzhardt"]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Ehrlichman/Ziegler, Oval Office, March 30, 1973, 12:02-12:18 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, Ehrlichman/Kleindienst, Telephone Call, April 14, 1973]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Haldeman/Ehrlichman, EOB Office, April 14, 1973, a.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/HRH, Oval Office, April 14, 1973, 1:55-2:13 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/HRH/JDE, Oval Office, April 14, 1973, 2:24-3:55 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Haldeman/Ehrlichman, EOB Office, April 14, 1973, 5:15-6:45]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/HRH, Telephone Call, April 14, 1973, 11:02-11:16 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/JDE, Telephone Call, April 14, 1973, 11:22-11:53 p.m.]

Box 171

[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Higby/Haldeman, Telephone Call, April 15, 1973]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Ehrlichman, Oval Office, April 15, 1973, 10:35-11:15 a.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Kleindienst, EOB, April 15, 1973, 1:12-2:22 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Kleindienst, EOB Office, April 15, 1973, 1:12-2:22 p.m.--Incomplete Copy]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/HRH, Telephone Call, April 15, 1973, 3:27-3:44 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Henry Peterson, Telephone Call, April 15, 1973; 8:14-8:18. 8:25-8:26, 9:39-9:41, 11:45-11:53 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, P/HRH/JDE, April 16, 1973, 9:50-9:59 a.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, P/HRH/JDE, Oval Office, April 16, 1973, 10:50-11:14 a.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/HRH, Oval Office, April 16, 1973, 12:00-12:31 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/JDE/RZ, EOB Office, April 16, 1973, 3:27-4:04 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Ehrlichman/Ziegler, EOB Office, April 16, 1973, 3:27-4:04 p.m.--Edited Copy]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/H. Peterson, Telephone Call, April 16, 1973, 8:58-9:14 p.m.
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/H.R. Haldeman, Oval Office, April 7,1973, 9:47-9:59 a.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Haldeman, Oval Office, April 17, 1973 12:35-2:20 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Ehrlichman, Telephone Call April 17, 1973, 2:39-2:40 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Ehrlichman, Oval Office, April 17, 1973, 3:50-4:35, 5:20-7:14 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Ehrlichman, Oval Office, April 17, 1973, 3:50-4:35 p.m.--"Xerox of Material Sent to President at Camp David--4/20/74 and Xerox to Buzhardt"]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Rogers/Haldeman/Ehrlichman, EOB Office, April 17, 1973, 5:50-7:14 p.m.]

Box 172

[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/H. Peterson, Oval Office, April 18, 1973, 2:50-2:56 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/H. Peterson, Oval Office, April 19, 1973, 10:12-11:07 a.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/H. Peterson, Oval Office, April 19, 1973, 10:12-11:07 a.m.--`Xerox of Material Sent to the President at Camp David, 4/20/74 and Xerox to Buzhardt;
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Wilson/Strickler, EOB Office, April 19, 1973, 8:26-9:32 p.m.]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, President/Wilson/Strickler (sic), EOB Office, April 19, 1973, 8:26-9:32 p.m.--Edited Copy]
RN Personal [Longhand Abstract of a Transcript of a Recorded Conversation Among President, Haldeman and Dean, September 15, 1972]
[Comparison of Tapes, Telephone Logs, and the President's Diaries]
M. Acker--Personal [Receipts for Tapes]
[Mr. Buzhardt--Duplicate of Magnetic Tape (Red): "EOB Office, 4/20/73, 4/30/73, 4:30 p.m.: 4/26 (5 p.m.)-27/73"

PRESIDENT'S FINANCIAL AND FAMILY PAPERS

Box 173

Assets and Liabilities--May 31, 1973
[Bank Statements--1970] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Bank Statements--1971] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Bank Statements--1972] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Bank Statements--1973] [Withdrawn and Returned]
Basic Statement [on the President's Finances, December 8, 1973]
Blech Letter re Tricia [the Cape Florida properties]
California Income Tax
California Registration [Withdrawn and Returned]
Cash Flows
Certificates of Deposit [and Nixon-Rebozo financial Relationship]
Cong. Mills Letter to President [of December 13, 1973, Concerning the President's tax returns]
[Contributions]
[Original copies, Cooper and Lybrand report (Withdrawn and returned); real estate insurance coverage]
[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: Correspondence, audit program and Sundry notes]
[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: the President's Whittier, California, and Key Biscayne, Florida, properties]

Box 174

[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: other assets, liabilities, and net worth]
[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: financial statements, B and C Investment Co. transactions]
[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: general ledger and journal entries]
[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: copies of A Blech's 1969-73 "audit file"]

Box 175

[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: income adjustments and balances]
[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: tax returns, 1969-72]
[Coopers and Lybrand audits, working papers: Cotton and Elmore properties, San Clemente, California, and Cape Florida properties]
[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: bank statements, Kalmbach trust account.]

Box 176

[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: bank statements, Key Biscayne Bank general account]
[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: cash and properties]
[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: federal income taxes]

Box 177

[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: copies of property invoices]
[Coopers and Lybrand audit, working papers: special accounts, bank statements]
[Coopers and Lybrand audits, working papers: income and expenses]
[Coopers and Lybrand audits, working papers: copies of cash receipts and disbursements ledgers]

Box 178

[Coopers and Lybrand audits, miscellaneous materials]
Ron Ziegler, Sensitive [Coopers and Lybrand audit]
Copies--Nixons' Wills and Trusts [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Disbursements--1969]
[Disbursements--1970]
[Disbursements--1971]
[Disbursements--1972]
[Disbursements--1973]
[Estate Plan] [Withdrawn and Returned]
Finances [I]
Finances [II] [1 of 2]
Finances [II] [2 of 2]
Fisher's Island]
[General Services Administration report on expenditures at the San Clemente residence]

Box 179

Griffin Transfers [of Robert Abplanalp funds]
Income Tax Laws
[Insurance] [Withdrawn and Returned]
I.R.S. Letter [acknowledging correctness of the President's 1971 and 1972 tax returns, June 1, 1973]
IRS Powers, etc. (copies) [IRS audit of the President's income tax returns]
Miss Tricia Nixon, KWB Oil Property [Withdrawn and Returned]
KWB Oil Property Mgt. Co. [Withdrawn and Returned]
KWB Oil Property [Withdrawn and Returned]
50 Key Biscayne Property (II F)
McLeod Materials [Nixon's pre-presidential papers]
Edward Morgan [Pre-presidential and presidential papers; the President's finances
RN--Assets and Liabilities
RN Audit
RN Finances--Exhibits [Appraisal of pre-presidential papers]
RN 1969 Federal Income Taxes
RN--Property Report
RN Personal Finances (II A)
To File-RN Finances

Box 180

4 New York Apt. Sale
New York Apartment
Ancestors of Richard Nixon
[Early Photographs of Richard M. Nixon] [Withdraw and Returned]
[Nixon Family Photographs] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Nixon Genealogy] [Withdrawn and Returned]
Nixon Relatives
[Photographs of Nixon Ancestors] [Withdrawn and Returned]
RN's Genealogy Materials [Withdrawn and Returned]
RN-Recent Genealogical and Historical Materials [Withdrawn and Returned]
553xx [Richard Nixon Foundation]
[Richard Nixon Foundation: report, "Locational Analysis for the Proposed Nixon Center"] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Richard Nixon Foundation: report, "A Study for the Richard Nixon Foundation, Phase I"] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Nixon Presidential Library proposal, California State College, Fullerton]
[Nixon Library planning material, William L. Pereira Associates] [Withdrawn and Returned]
Presidential Taxes [1 of 4]
Presidential Taxes [2 of 4]
Presidential Taxes [3 of 4]
Presidential Taxes [4 of 4]

Box 181

President's Finances
President's Financial Data [1969]
[The President's Net Worth]
[The President's Finances]
96 Presidential Income Tax Data (II B)
State and Local Taxes, [Withdrawn and Returned]
President's 1973 Taxes, Original to Blech
Personal Property--RN [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Personal Finances Project]
Summary Statement on RN Finances
President's Personal Matters
[Pre-presidential papers donations, 1968 deed of gift]
[Pre-presidential papers donations, 1969 deed of gift]
VP Papers--De Marco

Box 182

White House Warehouse Inventory [of the President's pre-presidential materials] (Prepared by Lorie Gaunt)
Personal Papers Appraisal
Papers--De Marco Letter [donation of pre-presidential papers]
Presidential Papers--Inventories [and disposition of]
Press File--Papers Gifts
Weicker Memo/Sampson Letter [concerning the tax deduction taken for the donation of pre-presidential papers]
Press--Taxes (General) [clipping]
Press Release [President's net worth; financing the San Clemente residence]
Payment of Debts, 5/31/73 [and analysis of President's net worth, 1969]
Property [I] [1 of 2]
Property [I] [2 of 2]

Box 183

Property [II] [financial arrangements, the Key Biscayne and San Clemente properties]
Wakefield [Florida Properties] [1 of 2]
Wakefield [Florida Properties] [2 of 2]
Wakefield Letter [Key Biscayne properties]
Working File--San Clemente and Key Biscayne [and list of documents concerning the President's finances]
From De Marco on San Clemente (Dec. 1, 1973) (Sept. 11, 1973)
[San Clemente residence]

Box 184

Presidential Property--San Clemente
[B and C Investment Company]
San Clemente Property
San Clemente Documents and Blech Audit
Trousdale File [The Trousdale Estates residence, California]
Report on Office Space, Staff and Services Available to Former Vice President Humphrey Under Presidential Transition Act
Material for Peter Work [President's Taxes; CRP records storage; deeds of gifts for presidential papers; misc.]

MATERIALS REMOVED FROM THE PRESIDENT'S DESKS, 1969-74

Box 185

E.O.B. Office Desk--August 10, 1974 [Notable quotations; poll results; the press's attitude towards the administration] [1 of 4]
E.O.B. Office Desk--August 10, 1974 [Notable quotations; poll results; the press's attitude towards the administration] [2 of 4]
E.O.B. Office Desk--August 10, 1974 [Notable quotations; poll results; the press's attitude towards the administration] [3 of 4]
E.O.B. Office Desk--August 10, 1974 [Notable quotations; poll results; the press's attitude towards the administration] [4 of 4]
From E.O.B. Office Desks--August 10, 1974 [Presidential notes on the use of the Presidency, 1969-70; foreign policy, 1972; polls, 1972]
[Six Dictabelts, Removed from the President's E.O.B. Office, BOX NO. 48] [Audiovisual Withdrawn]
From Oval Office--August 9, 1974 [Economic policy, 1973; Ehrlichman letter, June 11, 1973]
[Blank Stationery--Oval Office, August 9, 1974]

Box 186

Foreign and Domestic Briefing Book, October 1, 1973
Haynsworth
Haynsworth Briefing
Kissinger/Murphy/State Department Memos, Transition Period
[Letter to President Nimeiri, October 29, 1973]
Message to Prince Fahad and Prince Sultan, October 29, 1973
[Message to King Faisal, October 29, 1973]
Mementos From Naval Academy Graduation, June 5, 1974 [Artifacts Withdrawn]
Miscellaneous Materials, RN Personal [Presidential notes on the use of the Presidency, 1969-71]
Miscellaneous--To Be Sorted [Correspondence, speech drafts, sound recordings, lists of meetings, clippings, 1969-74]

Box 187

RN Personal--Halloween Mask Camp David [Withdrawn and Returned]
RN Dictated--Extra Copies [Withdrawn and Returned]
The President's 60th Birthday, January 9, 1973
[The President's 60th Birthday, January 9, 1972--Photographs] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Proposed State Funeral Plan for President Nixon, 1970, 1972
Petrosat International Corp. [Saudi Arabian oil Marketing, 1973]
Price List and Preservation Log for Presidential Gifts
Prime Minister Harold Wilson [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Task Force Report Summaries--1/18/69, I] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Task Force Report Summaries--1/18/69, II] [Withdrawn and Returned]

Box 188

RN Notes on Letters [1 of 16, A]
RN Notes on Letters [2 of 16, B]
RN Notes on Letters [3 of 16, C]
RN Notes on Letters [4 of 16, D]
RN Notes on Letters [5 of 16, E-F]
RN Notes on Letters [6 of 16, G]
RN Notes on Letters [7 of 16, H]
RN Notes on Letters [8 of 16, J-K]
RN Notes on Letters [9 of 16, L]
RN Notes on Letters [10 of 16, M]
RN Notes on Letters [11 of 16, N-O]
RN Notes on Letters [12 of 16, P]
RN Notes on Letters [13 of 16, R]
RN Notes on Letters [14 of 16, S]
RN Notes on Letters [15 of 16, T-V]
RN Notes on Letters [16 of 16, W-Z]

MEMORABILIA

Box 189

[Appointment Books, 1956] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Appointment Books, 1956] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Appointment Book, 1968] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Appointment Book, 1968--Dwight Chapin; memoranda re Nixon visit to the White House, November 11, 1968]
[Appointment Book, 1969]
[Program, the Bolshoi Theatre, May 25, 1972]
[1973 Calendar, marked "Cabinet Room"]
[Invitation luncheon for Nguyen Van Thieu, April 3, 1973; invitations and commemorative booklet, American Film Institute dinner for John Ford March 31, 1973]
[Golf ball, impressed "Mr. Vice President"] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Menus, place cards invitations, luncheon following the dedication of Amistad Dam, Coahuila, Mexico, September 8, 1969]
[Menus, place cards and programs--1969] [1 of 4]

Box 190

[Menus, place cards and programs--1969] [2 of 4]
[Menus, place cards and programs--1969] [3 of 4]
[Menus, place cards and programs--1969] [4 of 4]

Box 191

[Menus, place cards, programs--1970] [1 of 3]
[Menus, place cards, programs--1970] [2 of 3]
[Menus, place cards, programs--1970] [3 of 3]
[Menus, place cards, programs--1971]
Menus, place cards--May 22-June 1, 1972
[Menus, place cards and programs--1972]
[Menus, place cards--Mid-East Trip, June 1974]
[Menus, place cards and programs--Russian Trip, June-July 1974]

Box 192

[President's Calendar for 1969-71]
President's Vital Statistics and Clothes
[Salzburg, Austria--Brochures, May 1972]
San Clemente Property
[Oil Painting of San Clemente-transferred to Domestic Gifts]
[RN pre-presidential telephone number card file] [Withdrawn and Returned]
[Stamps presented during RN's visit to Brussels, February 24, 1969]
[Stationary of the Shah of Iran]

Box 193

[Recipients of first day of issue moon landing stamp, 1969] [1 of 3]
[Recipients of first day of issue moon landing stamp, 1969] [2 of 3]
[Recipients of first day of issue moon landing stamp, 1969] [3 of 3]
[First day of issue moon landing stamp, signed by the President and three astronauts (108 copies)]
[Withdrawal Record for the Verti File-Gift Card Index]
[Document Withdrawal Records For Materials From the Presidential Memorabilia (PM) and O Series, and from the "Give Away Items"]
[Withdrawal Records for Materials from the Presidential Memorabilia (PM) and O Series]

Box 194

[Presidential Christmas Card Sent in 1969, G. Washington Portrait]
[Presidential Christmas Card Sent in 1970, T. Jefferson Portrait]
[Presidential Christmas Card Sent in 1971, A. Lincoln Portrait]
[Presidential Christmas Card Sent in 1972, T. Roosevelt Portrait] [1 of 2]

Box 195

[Presidential Christmas Card Sent in 1972, T. Roosevelt Portrait] [2 of 2]
[Presidential Christmas Card Sent in 1973, J. Monroe Portrait]

Box 196

[Saudi Arabian Award to Richard Nixon and Ronald Ziegler, June 1974]
[Incomplete White House Staff Commission, 1974]

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