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The Presidential historical materials of Robert H. Finch are in the custody of the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of Title I of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 (44 U.S.C. 2111 note) and implementing regulations. In accordance with the act and 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 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 or NA Form 14021) 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 A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.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:   19.5
  • Approximate number of pages:   38,500

Biographical Note

October 9, 1925 Born in Tempe, Arizona

1943-1945 Enlisted in the Marine Corps

1947 Graduated from Occidental College, B.A., Political Science

1951 J.D. University of Southern California

1951-1953 1st Lieutenant, Marine Corps

1953 Founding Partner, Finch, Bell, Duitsman and Margolis

1960 Campaign Manager, Nixon for President

1966-1968 Lieutenant Governor, California

1969-1970 Secretary, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare

1970-1972 Counsellor to the President

1973 Returned to private life, Partner, McKenna, Fitting, and Finch

From 1969-1972, he served on the following Committees:

  • Urban Affairs Council
  • Committee on Voluntary Action
  • Council on Environmental Quality
  • Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for the Spanish Speaking
  • Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
  • Commission on White House Fellows
  • President's Committee on Mental Retardation
  • President's Committee on the Vietnam Veteran
  • The American Red Cross (Governor)
He is married to the former Carol Crothers and they have four children.

Scope and Content Note

Robert H. Finch was the Secretary of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare from 1969 to 1970. The file group documents his responsibilities as Counsellor to the President from 1970 to 1972. His primary role was advising President Nixon on domestic issues, and assisting in developing domestic policy. His main areas of concern included: health, youth issues, welfare reform, women's rights, education, economic opportunities for minorities, and voluntary action. Prominent personalities mentioned most frequently include: Staff Assistants George Grassmuck, Charles Lichtenstein, David Frohnmayer, Rayburn Hanzlik, Bonnie Bradbeer, and Warren Hendricks; Counsellor to the President Donald Rumsfeld; John Ehrlichman of the Domestic Council, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare Elliot Richardson, Director of Communications Herb Klein, and top officials at the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.

There are related materials in the following files:

FG 6-12 Council on Urban Affairs
FG 6-17 Council on Environmental Quality
FG 10 Cabinet
FG 23 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
FG 75 American Revolution Bicentennial Commission
FG 145 Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for the Spanish Speaking
FG 147 Interdepartmental Committee on the Status of Women
FG 251 Cabinet Committee on the Environment
FG 252 Cabinet Committee on Voluntary Action
FG 259 National Center for Voluntary Action
FG 288 Commission on Campus Unrest

Series Description

Boxes:   1-14
Series:   Alphabetical Name/Subject File | Folder Title List
Description:   Contains memos, printed materials, correspondence, clippings, lists, schedules, and reports. Main topics include: The American Red Cross, American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, Cabinet Committee on Education, Commission on White House Fellows, and domestic and youth issues. The file is arranged alphabetically by main/subject name.

Boxes:   15-23
Series:   Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for the Spanish Speaking | Folder Title List
Description:   Contains memos, drafts, correspondence, reports, printed materials, and lists relating to the operation of the Committee, including appropriations, appointments, correspondence, draft action plans, regional meeting reports, press releases, reports, and economic concerns. The file is arranged alphabetically by main subject/name.

Boxes:   24-27
Series:   President's Commission on Campus Unrest | Folder Title List
Description:   Contains memos, correspondence, press releases, printed material, clippings, lists, draft reports, reports and schedules pertaining to the Scranton Commission, including appropriations, personnel, drafts, testimony, reports, and the Kent State incident. The file is arranged alphabetically by main subject.

Boxes:   28-30
Series:   Women's Rights Amendment | Folder Title List
Description:   Contains correspondence, memos, telegrams, clippings, press releases, lists, reports and printed materials relating to women's issues including the Equal Rights Amendment, Women's Task Force, employment opportunities, and the Nixon Administration's effort to recruit women for government positions. The file is arranged alphabetically by main subject/name.

Boxes:   31-35
Series:   Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations | Folder Title List
Description:   Contains correspondence, printed materials, memos, lists, schedules, meeting reports, studies and reports pertaining to ACIR. The Commission was created to maintain a continual review of federal-state-local relations and recommend ways to improve them. The file is arranged chronologically by date.

Boxes:   36-37
Series:   National Center for Voluntary Action | Folder Title List
Description:   Contains correspondence, memos, press releases, clippings, printed material, lists, and telegrams. NCVA was established in 1970 to work with non-profit and other voluntary agencies in a nationwide effort to make more effective use of volunteer resources. Counsellor Finch served as the liaison officer between the Center and Governmental Departments, including the Peace Corps and VISTA. NCVA was a component of the National Program for Voluntary Action. The file is arranged alphabetically by main subject.

Boxes:   38-42
Series:   Peru [Earthquake] Voluntary Assistance Program | Folder Title List
Description:   Contains correspondence, memos, clippings, printed materials, photos, telegrams, press releases, and reports. The file contains material that documents Secretary Finch's role as aid/response coordinator in the administration's effort to assist Peru, including all information from the Peru Voluntary Assistance Group, Department of State/AID Reports, and Mrs. Nixon's visit to Peru. The file is arranged alphabetically by subject.

Boxes:   43-45
Series:   Youth Activities | Folder Title List
Description:   Contains memos, correspondence, clippings, printed material, reports, lists, and press releases pertaining to youth issues, including appointments, youth programs, employment, Presidential Scholars, White House Conference on Youth, campus unrest and the 26th Amendment. The file is arranged alphabetically by subject.

Boxes:   46-47
Series:   Rayburn Hanzlik File | Folder Title List
Description:   Consists of correspondence, memos, clippings, printed materials, lists, and schedules compiled by Rayburn Hanzlik, Staff Assistant to Counsellor Finch and Staff Member, White House Conference on Youth. Subjects include: Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for the Spanish Speaking, National Center for Voluntary Action, and Cable Television Final Report. The File is arranged alphabetically.

Boxes:   48-50
Series:   1970 Campaign Files | Folder Title List
Description:   Contains correspondence, memos, speeches, lists, reports, and schedules pertaining to Counsellor Finch's role in the 1970 mid-term elections. The file is arranged alphabetically.

Boxes:   51-55
Series:   Speaking Invitations | Folder Title List
Description:   Contains correspondence, memos, schedules, lists, telegrams, printed material, and clippings. Primarily, these invitations were turned-down by Counsellor Finch. The file is arranged alphabetically by State.

Boxes:   56-58
Series:   Speeches of Robert H. Finch | Folder Title List
Description:   Contains memos, schedules, draft speeches, and speeches given by Finch to various groups. Most of the speeches were given before June 1970 while Finch was Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare. These speeches are arranged alphabetically by group. The remaining speeches are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Folder Title List

Series I: Alphabetical Name/Subject File

Box 1

Administration Accomplishments
Agriculture
American Center for Education - S.M. Cavnar
The American Red Cross [1 of 2]
The American Red Cross [2 of 2]
The American Red Cross - Camille Report [1 of 2]
The American Red Cross - Camille Report [2 of 2]

Box 2

American Revolution Bicentennial Commission [1 of 2]
American Revolution Bicentennial Commission [2 of 2]
American Revolution Bicentennial Commission
[American Revolution] Bicentennial [Commission] Meeting
[American Revolution Bicentennial Commission] Meeting, Roosevelt Room, Sat. January 9, 1971, 9:30 AM

Box 3

Ash Council
Assistance to the Administration
Atlantic City Project
Babcock Electronics
Black Caucus Demands and Responses May 19, 1971
The Blue and White Bus Company
Congressman George Bush
Business Leaders Group Dinner 1971
Cabinet Committee on Education
Cabinet Committee on Education - Meetings

Box 4

Cabinet Committee on Education - State Advisory Committees
Cable TV
Cahill, K[evin]- Medicine and Diplomacy (also Ben Javits letter)
Camp Pendleton
Candlelighters
Castorr, Col. Robert - Employment in Labor or Commerce? AID? Action
Cederberg, Congressman Elford A. (Don J. Carlyon, Delta College, Michigan)
Chadwick School
Chicano Health Project
Chicano Mental Health Training Program
Civil Aeronautics Board
Clampitt, Robert (Devco [Management] Inc.)
Cohan, John C. [Central California Communications Corporation]
Cooper-Church Amendment
Corday [M.D.], Elliot [American College of Cardiology]
Coso [Hot] Springs, California (China Lake) Indians- Sheldon D. Elliott
Counselor's Consultants [on Higher Education]

Box 5

Counsellor's Consult[ants] on State Colleges and Universities - G. Dumke
Day Care Bill
Defense, Department of
Dental Health Center - San Francisco
Dickey, Ruth
Direction sports - Tulley Brown
District of Columbia Medical School and Manpower Act
Domestic Council [1 of 2]
Domestic Council [2 of 2]
Domestic Programs Briefing Book - January 28, 1971 - Confidential - Robert Finch - Phase II 1971
Economic Opportunity, Office of

Box 6

Education Bill
Eisenhower, Dwight D. Institute for Stroke Research Inc.
Ellis Island
Fagaly, Robert
Federal Home Loan Bank Board
Finch, Robert H. - Record at HEW
Fish Protein Concentrate Inc. - Joan Despol
Foreign Policy (Research)
Fort Detrick

Box 7

The Garrett Corporation
Gordon, Paula (Drug "Expert")
Graffam, Everett S.
Groenen, Jo and Jan
Health, Education and Welfare - Miscellaneous
Health, Education and Welfare - Telecommunications
Heard-Cheek Report
Hoffman Electronics
Holton, Linwood
Horn, Admiral Charlie - Career Education
Housing and Urban Development, Department of
Heubner, Robert J.
Interior, Department of
Internal Revenue Service Ruling on Private Schools
Issues - Taxes

Box 8

Kemp, Jack
Labor, Department of
Labor Resources Inc.
Little Tokyo Earthquake Disaster
Litton Job Program in Los Angeles
Livingston Lysate
Lloyd, Jack - Iranian Drug Case
Los Angeles Music Center - Aug. 27, 1970
Mais, Mrs. W.R.
Management and Budget, Office of
Tom Matthew / Tom Ryan
Matthew, Dr. [Tom]/Ryan, Tom - N.E.G.R.O.
Medical Manpower - International
Mollura, Carlos A.

Box 9

Motion Picture Industry
National Black Silent Majority Committee
National Retail Merchants Association (Magnin)
National Service Program (Health Manpower)
Newark, New Jersey
Newark, New Jersey - Mayor Kenneth A. Gibson
News Summary Notations
North American Rockwell
N.S. Savannah (Tolin)
Pacific Holiday Tower (George A. Hart, D.H. Ridder, S.C. Cameron, et al.)
Pakistan [Relief Program]

Box 10

Pakistan Disaster [Relief Program] (Classified) [1 of 2]
Pakistan Disaster [Relief Program] (Classified) [2 of 2]
Pakistan Relief Program
Palm Springs Regional Air Pollution Problem - Fred Metheny
Parkinson institute (Claude Pepper)
Petrochemicals
Planalysis Inc. (Paul Scott)
President's Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service [1 of 2]
President's Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service [2 of 2]

Box 11

Project: Action
Public Interest Laws
Republican National Committee
Saline Method - Ed David
Savings and Loan Associates
Sawtell, James
Schumacher Girl - Lebanon
Science and Technology, Office of
Sensory Devices for the Blind - Robert O'Brien
Small Business Administration
Social Security Center - San Francisco
Sprinkles, Earnest - Los Angeles United Community Survival Coalition
State Department

Box 12

State of the Union Message - 1/71
Status of Major Legislation
Stride Inc. / Dominion College
[Supersonic Transport] SST
Tandem Plan
3:00 Meeting [$75 Million Education Bill]
Value Added Taxes
Voices in Vital America (VIVA)
Von Wagner, Dr. Marquis [Los Angeles Arts and Humanities Center]
Wage/Price Board - Cyril Magnin
Weicker, Lowell
WEMA [Western Electronic Manufacturers Association]
Westlands Water District Project

Box 13

Commission on White House Fellows [1 of 3]
Commission on White House Fellows [2 of 3]
Commission on White House Fellows [3 of 3]
Woodrow Wilson International Center
W[orld] H[ealth] O[rganization]- Office of International Health
World Life Research Institute (FO 5)
World Peace, Department of (John Crutcher)
WSBC and WXRT

Box 14

YMCA [1 of 3]
YMCA [2 of 3]
YMCA [3 of 3]
Young Presidents Organization

Series II: Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for the Spanish Speaking

Box 15

Advisory Council
Annual Report - 1971
Appropriations
Bareno [John T.]
Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for the Spanish Speaking
Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for the Spanish Speaking - Reports
Cabinet Committee Regional Conferences
Castillo, Martin
Catholic Conference, U.S., Division for the Spanish Speaking
Catto, Henry E.
Chairmanship
Clippings on Spanish Speaking
Convention Plan 1972
Correspondence Urging the President meeting with Spanish Speaking Appointees
Correspondence Urging the President meeting with Spanish Speaking Congressmen
Economic Plan for Spanish Speaking Americans: A Blueprint for the 1970's
Education
Farm Labor
Finch, Counselor Robert H. - Chicago
Finch, Robert H. Seminar - Spanish Speaking [May 17, 1971]

Box 16

The Foundation for Research and Community Development
Garcia, Manuel
Garment, Leonard - File on Spanish Speaking
General Operation
Committee on Government Operations - CCOSS Appropriations
Grassmuck, George L. - CCOSS
Grassmuck, George L. - Miscellaneous Correspondence on CCOSS
Housing and Community Development for the Spanish Speaking People
Job File
Maduro, Reynaldo Philip
Magazine Articles
Manpower Policies and Programs Affecting Spanish Speaking Americans, Working Paper on
Meeting on Opportunities for Spanish Speaking People, April 20, 1972
Mexican-Americans

Box 17

Migrants / Head start
Minutes of the Meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Spanish Speaking [1 of 2]
Minutes of the Meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Spanish Speaking [2 of 2]
Miscellaneous - Spanish Speaking [1 of 2]
Miscellaneous - Spanish Speaking [2 of 2]
Miscellaneous Correspondence involving Spanish Speaking People [1 of 2]
Miscellaneous Correspondence involving Spanish Speaking People [2 of 2]

Box 18

National Economic Development Association
Ortiz, [Nick]
Position papers - CCOSS
Press Releases
Programming for the Spanish Speaking
Puerto Rican Association for National Advancement
Puerto Rican Research and Resources Center
Puerto Rico / Governor Luis A. Ferre
Ramirez [Henry M.]
Regional Meeting Reports: [Atlanta] Draft Action Plan for the Spanish Speaking People of Region IV
Regional Meeting Reports: [Atlanta] Project Alpha
Regional Meeting Reports: Atlanta Regional council Meeting Agenda, February 17, 1972
Regional Meeting Reports: Atlanta Regional Spanish Speeking Conference [February 17, 1972]
Regional Meeting Reports: [Atlanta] Action Plan for the Spanish Speaking People of Region IV

Box 19

Regional Meeting Reports: Chicago [Project Alpha, October 14, 1971]
Regional Meeting Reports: [Dallas] Texas [Action Plan for Spanish Speaking People of Region IV
Regional Meeting Reports: Dallas Briefing Report [January 31, 1972]
Regional Meeting Reports: Denver Briefing Report [February 4, 1972]
Regional Meeting Reports: [Denver] Project Alpha - Denver, February 4, 1972

Box 20

Regional Meeting Reports: New York/New Jersey [Project Alpha, December 9 1971]
Regional Meeting Reports: New York Regional Briefing Report [December 9, 1971]
Regional Meeting Reports: San Francisco [Project Alpha, February 25, 1972]
Regional Meeting Reports: San Francisco Regional Briefing Report [February 25, 1972]

Box 21

Research Data
Rodriguez [Antonio]
Sandoval, Hilary J.
Spanish Speaking [1 of 3]
Spanish Speaking [2 of 3]
Spanish Speaking [3 of 3]
Spanish Speaking Advisory Council
Spanish Speaking Confidential
Spanish Speaking Population Figures
Spanish Speaking Regional Conferences
Spanish Speaking White House Conference
Staff Operation
Statements (Miscellaneous)
Division of Student Special Services Survey on Spanish Surnamed Americans
[Blue Binder] Task Force Education, June 21-25, 1971
[Blue Binder] Task Force Migrant Affairs, June 7-11, 1971

Box 23

Task Force Reports - 1971 [1 of 2]
Task Force Reports - 1971 [2 of 2]
Telles, Ambassador Raymond L.
University of California - Creation of the University
President's Task Force on Chicanos
Veterans Administration Materials in and for the spanish Speaking
West Coast Survey Report [Empty]

Series III: President's Commission on Campus Unrest

Box 24

Black Colleges [1 of 2]
Black Colleges [2 of 2]
Campus Disturbances Recommendations
[Campus Unrest]
Congressional Black Caucus - Recommendations

Box 25

Draft Reply to Scranton Report [1 of 2]
Draft Reply to Scranton Report [2 of 2]
Grassmuck, George L. - President's Commission on Campus Unrest
Heard Report [1 of 2]
Heard Report [2 of 2]

Box 26

Prepared Testimony
President's Commission on Campus Unrest - Response
Proposals for handling Campus Unrest
Report of the President's commission on Campus Unrest
Scranton Commission
Scranton Commission
Scranton Commission
Scranton Commission: Budget and Staff
Scranton Commission: Interim Report
Scranton Commission: Personnel

Box 27

Scranton Commission: Presentation
Scranton Commission: Releases and Testimony
Scranton Commission: Report
Scranton Commission Confidential
[Scranton] Commission on Campus unrest
Special Report - The Kent State Tragedy

Series IV: Women's Rights Amendment

Box 28

Women - Barbara Franklin
Women - Memos
Women and the Administration [1 of 2]
Women and the Administration [2 of 2]
Women in Government [1 of 3]

Box 29

Women in Government [2 of 3]
Women in Government [3 of 3]
Women's Rights [1 of 2]
Women's Rights [2 of 2]

Box 30

Women's Rights [1 of 3]
Women's Rights [2 of 3]
Women's Rights [3 of 3]
Women's Rights Amendment [1 of 2]
Women's Rights Amendment [2 of 2]
Women's Task Force Report

Series V: Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations

Box 31

ACIR [1970-1972] [1 of 4]
ACIR [1970-1972] [2 of 4]
ACIR [1970-1972] [3 of 4]
ACIR [1970-1972] [4 of 4]
Agenda, ACIR, Thirty-Seventh Meeting, September 11, 1970
Agenda, ACIR, Thirty-Seventh Meeting, September 11, 1970

Box 32

Agenda, ACIR, Thirty-Eighth Meeting, January 22, 1971
ACIR Reports, February 26-March 12, 1971
Agenda, ACIR, Thirty-Ninth Meeting, May 21, 1971
[ACIR Report] Intergovernmental Fiscal Issues in the U.S. evaluated against Canada, 5/21/71 [1 of 2]
[ACIR Report] Intergovernmental Fiscal Issues in the U.S. evaluated against Canada, 5/21/71 [2 of 2]
Agenda, ACIR, Fortieth Meeting, October 7-8, 1971

Box 33

Intergovernmental Relations [November 1971 - June 1972] [1 of 4]
Intergovernmental Relations [November 1971 - June 1972] [2 of 4]
Intergovernmental Relations [November 1971 - June 1972] [3 of 4]
Intergovernmental Relations [November 1971 - June 1972] [4 of 4]
Agenda, ACIR, Forty-First Meeting, December 17, 1971

Box 34

ACIR Forty-Second Meeting, February 10, 1972
ACIR Forty-Second and Forty-Third Meetings, February 10, 1972 and May 19, 1972
ACIR Research, June 19, 1972
ACIR, Draft Minutes of the May 19, 1972 Meeting, June 28, 1972
Public Opinion and Taxes, ACIR, July 14, 1972
Property Tax Study Appendix Materials, ACIR, August 1972 [1 of 3]
Property Tax Study Appendix Materials, ACIR, August 1972 [2 of 3]
Property Tax Study Appendix Materials, ACIR, August 1972 [3 of 3]

Box 35

ACIR, Forty-Fourth Meeting Memorandum, August 9, 1972
ACIR, Congressional Hearings on ACIR Membership, August 11, 1972
ACIR, study of School Finance, Property Tax Relief and the Value Added Tax, August 16, 1972
ACIR, study of School Finance, Property Tax Relief and the Value Added Tax, August 16, 1972
Agenda, ACIR, Forty-Fourth Meeting, September 14-15, 1972
ACIR, New ACIR Brochure, September 22, 1972

Series VI: National Center for Voluntary Action

Box 36

National Center for Voluntary Action
National Center for Voluntary Action
NCVA
NCVA
NCVA - Funding

Box 37

NCVA - News Summaries [1 of 3]
NCVA - News Summaries [2 of 3]
NCVA - News Summaries [3 of 3]
NCVA - Organization
NCVA - Personnel (Active)
NCVA - Personnel (Inactive)
NCVA - Publications
NCVA - Program for Voluntary Action- Program Illustrations

Series VII: Peru [Earthquake] Voluntary Assistance Program

Box 38

Adm[ministration] - Peruvian Earthquake [1 of 3]
Adm[ministration] - Peruvian Earthquake [2 of 3]
Adm[ministration] - Peruvian Earthquake [3 of 3]
Assistance to Peru as of June 17, 1970
Disaster Memo Reports
Disaster Memos
H. Griswa1d Report

Box 39

Housing (Peru Assistance)
Letters of Assistance - Peruvian Earthquake Disaster
List of Relief Agencies - Peruvian Earthquake Disaster
Mrs. Nixon (Peru Assistance)
Peace Corps (Peru Assistance)
Peru
Peru
Peru - Background Information

Box 40

Peru - Initial Orientation Meeting
Peru - Mrs. Nixon's Trip
Peru - Offers from Private Organizations
Peru - Public Relations
Peru - Report to the President
Peru Earthquake Disaster
Peru Earthquake Disaster Assistance as of June 24, 1970
Peru Earthquake Voluntary Assistance Group
Peru Earthquake Voluntary Assistance Group [1 of 2]
Peru Earthquake Voluntary Assistance Group [2 of 2]

Box 41

Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Miscellaneous
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Press Release, Charles Taft and Mrs. Nixon
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Finch/Blatchford Press Conference 6/11
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Summary – Voluntary Assistance - July 2
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Briefing Book, 6/17
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Coordinating Private Assistance - GLG Memo + Disc. Draft
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: AID Obligations
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Briefing Book - June 24 (Mrs. Nixon)
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: PEVAG steering committee
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Dr. Grassmuck
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Peru Report / Press Availability / PEVAG certificates
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Peru Trip Film
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Staff Coordinating Committee (Peru Assistance)
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: June 8 Memo - President
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Notes - Finch/Mercato Meeting
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Finch Telegram to Governors, etc.
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: AID Disaster Memos
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Summary - U.S. Public Assistance- July 2 and Oct. 8, 1970
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Summary - Rogers to President Memo
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Hon. Maurice Williams
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Mrs. Nixon's letter about Peru, July 23, 1970
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Photos, Mrs. Nixon
Peru Voluntary Assistance Group: Wayne Gilles and Robert J. Tepper

Box 42

PEVAG (Peru Assistance)
PEVAG Steering Committee
Peru Thank You's
Peruvian Earthquake Disaster
State / AID

Series VIII: Youth Activities

Box 43

Attitude Study
Dively, Michael A. - Age of Majority
Finch, Robert H. Meeting with Youth - February 26, 1971, Student Body Presidents
Harris Survey of College Student Attitudes, June 1970
Legislation Brock-Steiger Bill, Youth Advisory Council
National Student Congress
Presidential Scholars
Summer Employment Program
U.S.I.A. Youth Programs
WHCY - Follow-up Program
WHCY - Meeting July 24
White House Youth Initiatives

Box 44

Youth - Agency Activity
Youth - Campaign Activities
Youth - Campaign "Youth for Nixon"
Youth - 18 year old vote
Youth - R.H.F. Meeting February 27 [1971]
Youth - Memos [1 of 2]
Youth - Memos [2 of 2]
Youth - Optional Proposals [1 of 2]

Box 45

Youth - Optional Proposals [2 of 2]
Youth - President's Speeches
Youth - Steiger Letter 8/23/71
Youth - White House Activity
Youth Action and Appointments
Youth Advisory Committee to the United Nations
Youth Conference Report
Youth Council in the White House
Youth Jr. Staffers Speakers Bureau
Youth Meeting, March 14 White House
Youth Meeting, June 25
Youth Progress Report and Paper
Youth Summer Employment

Series IX: Rayburn Hanzlik File

Box 46

[Box List - Rayburn Hanzlik, Office of Robert Finch]
Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish Speaking People - Annual Report FY 1971
Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for the Spanish Speaking - Briefing Report
Cabinet Committee on Spanish Speaking [1 of 4]
Cabinet Committee on Spanish Speaking [2 of 4]
Cabinet Committee on Spanish Speaking [3 of 4]
Cabinet Committee on Spanish Speaking [4 of 4]
Cabinet Committee on Spanish Speaking (1972)

Box 47

CATV Committee Final Report
Meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish Speaking People, March 1972
Meeting on opportunity for Spanish Speaking People
National Center for Voluntary Action
Project Alpha, San Francisco - February 25, 1972
Report of the Regional Council Conferences on Problems of Spanish Speaking Americans, 3/8/72

Series X: 1970 Campaign Files

Box 48

Defeated Candidates, Placement of
Grantsmanship
Grantsmanship
Grantsmanship 1970
1970 Campaign
1970 Campaign

Box 49

1970 Campaign
1970 Campaign - Vice President Agnew
1970 Campaign - Cabinet Officers / Aides
1970 Campaign - Candidates
1970 Campaign - Democrats
1970 Campaign - Key states (Financial)
1970 Campaign - Minorities
1970 Campaign - RN Participation
1970 Campaign - Press / Media
1970 Campaign - White House Speech Material
1970 Campaign Factbook [Blue Binder] [1 of 2]

Box 50

1970 Campaign Factbook [Blue Binder] [2 of 2]
1970 Election Reports
Republican National Committee - 1970 Candidate List
Republican National Committee - Programs and Priorities 1970, June 22, 1970 [2 copies]
Scheduling - First Family
Scheduling - 1970 Campaign
Scheduling Operation

Series XI: Speaking Invitations

Box 51

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California 1969
California 1970 [1 of 2]
California 1970 [2 of 2]
California Invitation T/D 1971 [1 of 2]
California Invitation T/D 1971 [2 of 2]

Box 52

California 1972 [1 of 2]
California 1972 [2 of 2]
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware

Box 53

District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
International T/D's

Box 54

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maryland
Maine [Empty]
Massachusetts
Mexico
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico [Empty]
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio

Box 55

Oklahoma [Empty]
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Puerto Rico
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah [Empty]
Virginia
Vermont
Washington
West Virginia [Empty]
Wisconsin
Wyoming [Empty]

Series XII: Speeches of Robert H. Finch

Box 56

Appearances by Robert H. Finch
Speeches as of June 1970 [A]
Speeches as of June 1970 [A-C]
Speeches as of June 1970 [F-I]
Speeches as of June 1970 [K-M]

Box 57

Speeches as of June 1970 [N-P]
Speeches as of June 1970 [R-S]
Speeches as of June 1970 [T-W]
Speeches 1972
Speeches on Education

Box 58

Speeches on Environment
Speeches on Health

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