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Richard Nixon Foundation Collection of Audiovisual Materials

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The Nixon Foundation Collection documents the activities of Richard Nixon's family life, education, campaign activities, and professional career between 1926 and 1994.

  • The Collection contains 20,000+ images.

Electronic copies of some popular requests have been posted to the National Archives Catalog.


Photographic subjects include:

  • early childhood Nixon family and snapshots
  • collegiate activities at Whittier College and Duke University
  • various political campaigns
  • congressional employment and related activities
  • Vice Presidential period and related trips
  • Presidential period surrogate photographs from the White House Photo Office
  • Post-Presidential activities in San Clemente and abroad

About the Finding Aid

Guide to 20,000+ photographs cataloged at the item and series levels.

Contact the Nixon Library staff for more information about this finding aid.

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Most images in this collection have been created by non-U.S. Government entities.

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