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The Presidential historical materials of Susan A. Porter 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 A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.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:   17
  • Approximate number of pages:   34,000

Biographical Note

SUSAN ANNE PORTER

September 20, 1941 Born, Cincinnati, Ohio

1959-1963 B.A., Earlham College, Richmond, IN

1964-1970 M.S., Indiana State University, Terre Haute

1966-1971 Assistant Director of Admissions, Mount Holyoke College

1971-1972 Assistant Director of Correspondence for Mrs. Nixon

1972-1973 Assistant to Appointments Secretary to Mrs. Nixon

1973-1974 Appointments Secretary to Mrs. Nixon

1974-1977 Appointments Secretary to Mrs. Ford

1977- Special Assistant to the Assistant Attorney General of the Office for Improvements in the Administration of Justice, Department of Justice

- Staff, Assistant Attorney General for Administration, Department of Justice

1980 Married to Jonathan Chapman Rose

- Staff, Office of Barbara Bush

CORAL F. SCHMID

March 11, 1938 Born New York, New York

1956-1958 A.A., Centenary College for Women, Hackettstown, NJ

1962 San Francisco State College

1963 Secretary with Young & Rubicam, New York, NY

1963-1964 Sales, with the Katz Agency, New York, NY

1964-1969 Executive secretary, Time, Inc., New York, NY

1965 Goethe Institute, Ebersberg, Fed. Rep. Germany

1968 Secretary with Nixon Republican Vice Presidential Campaign, New York, NY

1969-1972 Special Projects Coordinator, Mrs. Nixon's staff

1972-1973 Appointments Secretary to Mrs. Nixon

1980 Campaign secretary for Nancy Reagan

1981-1984 Congressional liaison official for Department of Energy

December 12, 1984 Died, Alexandria, VA

STEPHANIE ANN WILSON

March 16, 1942 Born, Paterson, NJ

1960-1962 Western College for Women, Oxford, OH

1962-1964 B.A., Universite de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland

1965-1966 Katharine Gibbs School

1966-1967 Secretary with Hoffmann-La Roche, Inc., Nutley, NJ

1967-1968 Secretary with Tippetts, Abbett, McCarthy, Stratton, New York, NY

1968-1969 Secretary, Office of President-elect Nixon, New York, NY

1969-1972 Office of Mrs. Nixon

Scope and Content Note

The Susan A. Porter file group documents the activities of the First Lady's Appointments Office from 1969 through 1974. During the first administration (1969-1973) the office was primarily run by Coral F. Schmid and Stephanie A. Wilson, under the guidance of Chief of Staff, Constance C. Stuart. Susan Porter took over the office on January 22, 1973 and continued as Appointments Secretary until the President's resignation in August 1974. She continued at the White House as Mrs. Ford's Appointments Secretary until 1977. The administrative changeover in 1973 is most clearly evident in the change in the filing arrangement in the Correspondence File series, from chronological in the first term to alphabetical in the second.

The Appointments Office was in charge of scheduling events for Mrs. Nixon, Julie and David Eisenhower and Tricia and Edward Cox. The office, in collaboration with First Family members, constructed the official calendars and responded to invitations from organizations and individuals desiring the presence of a member of the First Family at an event, or the use of their name as chairman or member of an organization.

The most important series in the collection are Scheduling and Activities, which provides a complete record of First Family events, calendars, and affiliations; and the Subject File, which deals with topics and projects of interest to the First Lady. Also of interest is the Invitations series, which includes extensive outgoing correspondence in answer to invitations received in the First Lady's office. The Briefing Books series, while potentially of great interest, contains much classified material and is mostly restricted at this time.

Further material of interest can be found in the files of Lucy A. Winchester, Gwendolyn B. King and the White House Special Files. Taped exit interviews with Constance Stuart, Penelope A. Adams, William R. Codus and notes from an interview with Coral Schmid will also prove informative. In addition, an oral history program has recently begun which will include former members of the First Lady's office.

The extensive photographic, film and video collection contained in the Nixon presidential materials has much material documenting the activities of the First Lady. Also available are audio recordings of Mrs. Nixon and Constance Stuart taped by the White House Communications Agency.

Series Description

Boxes:   1-4
Series:   Correspondence File | Folder Title List
Spans:   1970-1974
Description:   Composed predominantly of carbons of outgoing correspondence regarding scheduling for Mrs. Nixon and the First Family and advancing for trips. Included are xerographic reproductions of some incoming invitations. Also included are memos between White House staff having to do with First Family scheduling and schedule proposals; wedding invitations received; and advancing of trips. There are also some travel vouchers for press accompanying Mrs. Nixon on trips, and copies of draft form letters used for answering correspondence. Correspondence for the first term is arranged chronologically, while the second term is arranged alphabetically. Staff memos are arranged alphabetically by staff member.

Boxes:   5-15
Series:   Subject File | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   Correspondence, lists, resumes, publications, press releases, schedules and biographies on various topics, projects, and organizations of interest to Mrs. Nixon. Arranged alphabetically and thereunder chronologically. A separate sub-file of events, arranged alphabetically by state, includes correspondence, schedules, clippings, press releases and printed materials.

Boxes:   16-27
Series:   Scheduling & Activities | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   Correspondence, memos, lists, schedules, press releases, card files, clippings, and calendars regarding scheduling of activities for Mrs. Nixon and the First Family. Included are card files and chronological lists of all activities, during both terms, delineated by family member and then further broken down according to events: in-house, in the D.C. area, domestic trips, and foreign trips. Also included for the entire administration are lists of honorary affiliations and official calendars and scenarios for each member of the First Family. A separate card file lists activities accepted and regretted. Arrangement is chronological by family member.

Boxes:   28-38
Series:   Invitations | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   Correspondence, lists, etc. regarding responses to invitations sent to the First Family. Broken down according to acceptances and regrets. Included are statistical logs for 1972-1974. First term correspondence is arranged chronologically while the second term is further delineated alphabetically.

Boxes:   39-47
Series:   Briefing Books | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   Reports, schedules, biographic material, fact books, lists, publications, memos, programs, and memorabilia. Arrangement is chronological under the following sub-series: Head of State visits to the U.S.; Foreign visits of the President and Mrs. Nixon; Foreign visits of Mrs. Nixon alone; Miscellaneous events.

Boxes:   48
Series:   Photographs | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1973
Description:   Comprised primarily of photo albums, containing enlarged photographs of various events, including trips and events participated in by Mrs. Nixon; the Western White House at San Clemente, California; photos from Apollos IX and XVII; the President's birthday celebration in 1973; portraits of the President's daughters; and pre-Presidential photos. Arrangement is chronological by the date of the photos. The originals of most of these photographs have been transferred to the Audio-Visual and Museum collections.

Boxes:   49-50
Series:   Printed Materials | Folder Title List
Spans:   [1921-1973]
Description:   Books, booklets, articles, and reports on various topics, including China, Moscow and domestic social concerns.

Boxes:   51
Series:   Miscellany | Folder Title List
Spans:   1971-1974
Description:   Comprised of news summaries, clippings, memos, memorabilia, medals, a typescript journal and notes on various topics, programs and organizations, including the China trip in 1972.

Folder Title List

Series I: Correspondence File, 1970-1974

Box 1

Thank-You Letters [2/70-7/70]
Thank-Yous--1970
Coral Schmid--Thank You--1971
Coral Schmid Thank You 1972
October 1970-February 1972 Stephanie Wilson [1 of 3]
October 1970-February 1972 Stephanie Wilson [2 of 3]
October 1970-February 1972 Stephanie Wilson [3 of 3]
Stephanie Carbons [February 1972-August 1972] [1 of 2]
Stephanie Carbons [February 1972-August 1972] [2 of 2]

Box 2

October 1970-July 1972 TN, JNE, DDE [1 of 3]
October 1970-July 1972 TN, JNE, DDE [2 of 3]
October 1970-July 1972 TN, JNE, DDE [3 of 3]
Carbons Alphabetically (9/1/72-Election) [1 of 6]
Carbons Alphabetically (9/1/72-Election) [2 of 6] [A-C]
Carbons Alphabetically (9/1/72-Election) [3 of 6] [D-H]
Carbons Alphabetically (9/1/72-Election) [4 of 6] [I-M]
Carbons Alphabetically (9/1/72-Election) [5 of 6] [N-R]
Carbons Alphabetically (9/1/72-Election) [6 of 6] [S-Z]
Carbons Alphabetically (Election-Inauguration) [1 of 4]
Carbons Alphabetically (Election-Inauguration) [2 of 4] [A-C]
Carbons Alphabetically (Election-Inauguration) [3 of 4] [D- M]
Carbons Alphabetically (Election-Inauguration) [4 of 4] [N- Z]

Box 3

Carbons Alphabetically (Inaug.-6/1/73) A-M [1 of 5] [A-B]
Carbons Alphabetically (Inaug.-6/1/73) A-M [2 of 5] [C-D]
Carbons Alphabetically (Inaug.-6/1/73) A-M [3 of 5] [E-G]
Carbons Alphabetically (Inaug.-6/1/73) A-M [4 of 5] [H-K]
Carbons Alphabetically (Inaug.-6/1/73) A-M [5 of 5] [L-M]
Carbons Alphabetically (Inaug.-6/1/73) N-Z [1 of 3] [N-Q]
Carbons Alphabetically (Inaug.-6/1/73) N-Z [2 of 3] [R-S]
Carbons Alphabetically (Inaug.-6/1/73) N-Z [3 of 3] [T-Z]
Memos, Anne Armstrong (& [Pam] Powell)
Memos, Jim Cavanaugh
Memos, Clem Conger
Memos, Mike Farrell/Bob Genader

Box 4

Memos, Barbara Flynn (& [Eliska] Hasek)
Memos, Gift Unit
Memos, William Henkel
Memos, Miscellaneous
Memos, National Security Council
Memos, David Parker (& [Terrence] O'Donnell)
Memos, Coral Schmid
Memos, William Timmons
Coral Schmid--Reading File 1970
Travel Vouchers Coral Schmid
Drafts [Form Letters]

Series II: Subject File, 1969-1974

Box 5

Advancemen
Alcoholism
American Volunteers Week Project
Bicentennial Committee
Bilingual Education
Black Leadership
Bubble project
Cabinet Wives Program 1974
Chicago Postal Street Academy Meeting 2/25/71 Mrs. Nixon
Christmas Gifts 1971 Junior Village

Box 6

College Students
College Volunteers
Committee for the World Youth Assembly
Community School Program
Crime
Drafts
Ed Cox
Editors Luncheon
Education
Eisenhower, David
Eisenhower, Julie

Box 7

Eisenhower Theatre October 18, 1971 JNE
Elder Citizens
Entertainment
Environment [1 of 2]
Environment [2 of 2]
Evenings at White House
Food and Nutrition
[Franklin, Barbara--Files]
Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts of USA
Historical Homes
Kenmore House visit
Library--[Nixon]

Box 8

Mental Retardation
Military Bases--August 13, 1970
Mrs. Nixon
Mrs. Nixon March 29, 30, 1973 California Mini-Trip
Mrs. Nixon September 1973 Finland
Museum Tour Program
National Center for Voluntary Action
National Center for Voluntary Action [Private Sector]

Box 9

National 4-H Club Foundation
National Reading Council 9/11/70
New Projects
[News Summaries of Trips]
Nixon, Tricia
Nutrition Aides Program Department of Agriculture
Pakistan Emergency Relief Committee

Box 10

Parks to People Project 1971 [1 of 2]
Parks to People Project 1971 [2 of 2]
Photos
PN & Energy Conservation Program
PN Pending
President Nixon
Projects
Projects--Julie Eisenhower [1 of 3]
Projects--Julie Eisenhower [2 of 3]

Box 11

Projects--Julie Eisenhower [3 of 3]
Republican Campaign
Republican Convention
Right to Read
Special Projects
Special Tours
Teen Corps of America
[Teen Corps of America--Julie Robinson Material]
Volunteering General [1 of 2]
Volunteering General [2 of 2]

Box 12

Volunteers Luncheon
Winterthur Trip
Washington National Symphony
West Haven, Connecticut
White House Fellows
White House Library Committee
Youth [1 of 2]
Youth [2 of 2]
Youth Concerts

Sub-Series A: Events, 1969-1974

Box 13

Alabama
Alaska [Empty]
Arizona
Arkansas [Empty]
California [1 of 2]
California [2 of 2] [Part I]
California [2 of 2] [Part II]
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia [Empty]
Hawaii [Empty]
Idaho [Empty]

Box 14

Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine [Empty]
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan [1 of 2]
Michigan [2 of 2]
Minnesota [1 of 2]
Minnesota [2 of 2]
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire [Empty]
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota [Empty]
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon [1 of 2]
Oregon [2 of 2]

Box 15

Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota [Empty]
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont [Empty]
Virginia [1 of 2]
Virginia [2 of 2]
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

Series III: Scheduling & Activities, 1969-1974

Box 16

Mrs. Nixon's Activities April 1970-August 1972 [1 of 4--April-December 1970]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities April 1970-August 1972 [2 of 4--January-June 1971]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities April 1970-August 1972 [3 of 4--August-December 1971]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities April 1970-August 1972 [4 of 4--January-July 1972]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities Sept. 1972-Aug. 1973 [1 of 4--September-December 1972]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities Sept. 1972-Aug. 1973 [2 of 4--January-March 1973]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities Sept. 1972-Aug. 1973 [3 of 4--April-May 1973]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities Sept. 1972-Aug. 1973 [4 of 4--June-August 1973]

Box 17

Mrs. Nixon's Activities Sept. 1973-March 1974 [1 of 4--September-October 1973]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities Sept. 1973-March 1974 [2 of 4--November-December 1973]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities Sept. 1973-March 1974 [3 of 4--January-February 1974]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities Sept. 1973-March 1974 [4 of 4--March 1974]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities April 1974-August 1974 [1 of 3--April 1974]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities April 1974-August 1974 [2 of 3--May 1974]
Mrs. Nixon's Activities April 1974-August 1974 [3 of 3--June-August 1974]

Box 18

Julie and David [Eisenhower] Tricia and Ed [Cox] Activities Sept. 1972-Dec. 1973 [1 of 4--September-December 1972]
Julie and David [Eisenhower] Tricia and Ed [Cox] Activities Sept. 1972-Dec. 1973 [2 of 4--January-May 1973]
Julie and David [Eisenhower] Tricia and Ed [Cox] Activities Sept. 1972-Dec. 1973 [3 of 4--June-August 1973]
Julie and David [Eisenhower] Tricia and Ed [Cox] Activities Sept. 1972-Dec. 1973 [4 of 4--September-December 1973]
Julie and David [Eisenhower] Tricia and Ed [Cox] Activities Jan. 1974-Aug. 1974 [i.e. January-June 1974]

Box 19

Summary of First Family Activities 1969-1972 [1 of 2]
Summary of First Family Activities 1969-1972 [2 of 2]
Summary of First Family Activities 1973-1974
[Official Calendars, Activities and Honorary Affiliations, 1969-1974] [1 of 4--Mrs. Nixon]
[Official Calendars, Activities and Honorary Affiliations, 1969-1974] [2 of 4--Julie and David Eisenhower]
[Official Calendars, Activities and Honorary Affiliations, 1969-1974] [3 of 4--Tricia and Edward Cox]
[Official Calendars, Activities and Honorary Affiliations, 1969-1974] [4 of 4--List of Mrs. Nixon's Staff, August 1974]

Box 20

Activities of Mrs. Nixon, Tricia Cox, David and Julie Eisenhower 1973-1974 [Card File]

Box 21

Honorary Affiliations [Card File]

Box 22

[First Family Activities and Affiliations--Accepted and Regretted, 1970] [Card File] [A-L]

Box 23

[First Family Activities and Affiliations--Accepted and Regretted, 1970] [Card File] [M-Z]

Box 24

[Mrs. Nixon Events, 1973-74]
[Mrs. Nixon Pending, 1974]
JNE Events [1973-74] [1 of 4, February-June 1973]
JNE Events [1973-74] [2 of 4, July-December 1973]
JNE Events [1973-74] [3 of 4, January-March 1974]
JNE Events [1973-74] [4 of 4, April-July 1974]
JNE Pending [1973-74]
DDE pending [1973-74]

Box 25

PN Action Memos [1973-74]
JNE/DDE Action Memos [1973-74]
TNC/EFC Action Memos [Empty]
JNE & DDE Scenarios, First Term [1970-73]
TNC & EFC Scenarios, First Term [1970-72]
PN Scenarios [1971, 1973-74]
JNE Scenarios [1973-74]
TNC Scenarios [Empty]
First Term Activities PN, TNC, JNE [1969-1972]
Second Term Activities PN, TNC, JNE[, DDE] [1973-l974]
Summary of 1969 Activities
Summary of 1970 Activities
Summary of 1973 Activities [1969-74]

Box 26

1969-1972 Calendars for PN, JNE, TNC, EC [, DDE]
[Calendars and Schedules for RN, PN, JNE, TNC] [1 of 4 Mrs. Nixon, 1969-70]
[Calendars and Schedules for RN, PN, JNE, TNC] [2 of 4 Julie and David Eisenhower, 1969-70]
[Calendars and Schedules for RN, PN, JNE, TNC] [3 of 4 Tricia Cox, 1969-70]
[Calendars and Schedules for RN, PN, JNE, TNC] [4 of 4 President Nixon, July-November 1969]
1972 Calendars

Box 27

Commencement/Honorary Degree Ltrs. [April 1973]
Honorary Memberships--Sponsors--Chairman, Etc.--1969
PN Honorary Chairmanships & Membership [1972-74]
JNE Honorary Chairmanships & Membership [1973-74]
TNC Honorary Chairmanships & Membership [1969, 1970, 1973]
Honorary Affiliations, First Term [PN, TNC, JNE]
Honorary Affiliations, Second Term [PN, TNC, JNE]

Series IV: Invitations, 1969-1974

Box 28

[Invitations-1969J [1 of 5--Recording of Invitations, Part I--February-July 1969]
[Invitations-1969] [2 of 5--Recording of Invitations, Part II--July 1969-January 1970]
[Invitations-1969] [3 of 5--Invitation Regrets, Part 1-- January-June 1969]
[Invitations-1969] [4 of 5--Invitations Regrets, Part II-- July 1969-January 1970]
[Invitations-1969] [5 of 5--Invitation Acceptances-- February-December 1969]
Invitations--March 1969
Invitations--May 1969
Invitations--June 1969
Invitations--July 1969
Invitations--August 1969
Invitations--September 1969
Invitations--October 1969
Invitations--November 1969
Invitations--December 1969
December, 1969 Regrets

Box 29

Invitations--1970
Acceptances 1970
January 1970 Regrets
February 1970 Regrets
March 1970 Regrets
April 1970 Regrets
May 1970 Regrets
Regrets June 1970

Box 30

Regrets July 1970
Regrets August 1970
Regrets September 1970
Regrets October 1970
Regrets November 1970
Regrets December 1970

Box 31

Acceptances 1971
Regrets January, 1971
Regrets February 1971
Regrets March 1971
Regrets April 1971
Regrets May 1971
Regrets June 1971
Regrets July 1971
Regrets August 1971
Regrets September 1971
Regrets October 1971
Regrets November 1971
Regrets December 1971

Box 32

Acceptances 1972
Regrets January 1972
February Regrets 1972
Regrets March 1972
Regrets April 1972
Regrets May 19.72
June Regrets 1972

Box 33

Regrets July 1972
Regrets August 1972
Regrets September 1972
Regrets October 1972 [1 of 2--October 2-13, 1972]
Regrets October 1972 [2 of 2--October 16-31, 1972]
Regrets November 1972
Regrets December 1972
Pending 1972

Box 34

Acceptances 1973 Mrs. Nixon, Ju1ie Eisenhower, Tricia Cox
Regrets January 1973
Regrets--February 1973
Regrets for March, 1973
Regrets for April 1973 Mrs. Nixon Mrs. Cox Mrs. Eisenhower
Regrets for May 1973 Mrs. Nixon Mrs. Cox Mrs. Eisenhower

Box 35

Regrets for June, 1973 Mrs. Nixon
Regrets for July, 1973 Mrs. Nixon
Regrets for August, 1973 Mrs. Nixon
Responses for Mrs. Nixon September 1973-December 1973 [1 of 2--A-L]
Responses for Mrs. Nixon September 1973-December 1973 [2 of 2--M-Y]
Pending for 1973 Mrs. Nixon Julie Eisenhower Tricia Cox

Box 36

Mrs. Nixon Responses to Invitations January 1974 thru March 1974 [1 of 2--A-L]
Mrs. Nixon Responses to Invitations January 1974 thru March 1974 [2 of 2--M-Y]
Responses to Invitations April-June 1974 Mrs. Nixon [1 of 2--A-L]
Responses to Invitations April-June 1974 Mrs. Nixon [2 of 2--M-Z]
Responses to Invitations Mrs. Nixon July-August 1974

Box 37

Responses to Invitations for 1973 Tricia Cox Julie Eisenhower David Eisenhower June 1973 through September 1973 [1 of 2--A-L]
Responses to Invitations for 1973 Tricia Cox Julie Eisenhower David Eisenhower June 1973 through September 1973 [2 of 2--M-Z]
Responses Sept.-Dec. 1973 JNE TNC DDE
Julie Eisenhower, David Eisenhower Tricia Cox Responses from Jan. 1974-Mar. 1974 [1 of 2--A-L]
Julie Eisenhower, David Eisenhower Tricia Cox Responses from Jan. 1974-Mar. 1974 [2 of 2--M-Z]
Responses to Invitations Apri1-[June] 1974 Tricia and Ed Cox Julie and David Eisenhower
Responses for JNE, DDE, TNC July-August 1974

Box 38

Invitation Log, 1972 [June-December]
Invitation Log, 1973 [1 of 2--January-June]
Invitation Log, 1973 [2 of 2--Ju1y-December]
Invitation Log, 1974

Series V: Briefing Books, 1969-1974

Box 39

The Official Visit of Chancellor Willy Brandt of Germany April 10-11, 1970
The Official Visit of Prime Minister Baunsgaard of Denmark April 14-15, 1970
The State Visit of President Suharto of the Republic of Indonesia May 26-June 1, 1970
The Visit of President Kekkonen of the Republic of Finland July 1970
The Visit of President Ceausescu of Romania October 1970
The visit of President-Elect Echeverria of Mexico November 1970
The Official Visit of Prime Minister Heath of the United Kingdom December, 1970

Box 40

The Visit of Prince Juan Carlos of Spain January 1971
The Visit of Prime Minister Colombo of Italy February 1971
The Visit of Prime Minister Lynch of Ireland March 1971
The Official Visit of Franco Maria Ma1fatti President of the Commission of the European Communities April 1971
The Visit of'President Somoza of Nicaragua June 1971
Visit of Mrs. Velasco of Peru June 1971
The Official Visit of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi of India November 1971

Box 41

The Visit of President Medici of Brazil December 1971
The Official Visit of Prime Minister Nihat Erim of Turkey March 1972
Visit of General Secretary Brezhnev to the United States of America June 1973
State Visit of the Shah of Iran July 1973
The Visit of President Bhutto of Pakistan July 1973

Box 42

The State Visit of Felix Houphouet-Boigny president of the Ivory Coast October 1973
The Visit of President Ceausescu of Romania December 1973
Visit of Richard Nixon President of the United States [to] Italy [September 1970]
Visit of Richard Nixon President of the United States [to] Yugoslavia [September-october 1970]
Visit of Richard Nixon President of the United States [to] Spain [October 1970]
Visit of Richard Nixon President of the United States [to the] United Kingdom [October 1970]
Visit of Richard Nixon President of the United States [to] Ire1ancl [October 1970]

Box 43

Visit of Richard Nixon President of the United States to the People's Republic of China February 1972—Background Papers [Binder 1 of 2]
Visit of Richard Nixon President of the United States to the People's Republic of China February 1972—Background Papers [Binder 2 of 2]
Visit of Richard Nixon President of the United States to the People's Republic of China February 1972—Detailed Schedule
Visit of Richard Nixon President of the United States to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics May 1972

Box 44

Background Reading for the President on the Soviet Union May 1972 Mrs. Nixon
Visit of Richard Nixon President of the United States to the Empire of Iran May 1972 [Austria, Iran, Poland]
Visit of Richard Nixon President of the united States to the Middle East June 1974

Box 45

Visit of Richard Nixon President of the united States to the Kingdom of Belgium/Union of Soviet Socialist Republics June-July 1974
Visit of Richard Nixon President of the United States to the U.S.S.R. Summer 1974--Briefing Materials for Mrs. Nixon--Volume IX
Briefing Book for the First Lady's Visit to Peru, June 28-30, 1970
The Official Visit to Africa of Mrs. Richard Nixon January 2-5, 1972--Liberia

Box 46

The Official Visit to Africa of Mrs. Richard Nixon January 5-7, 1972--Ghana
The Official Visit to Africa of Mrs. Richard Nixon January 7-9, 1972--Ivory Coast
Mrs. Nixon's Visit to Venezuela and Brazil March, 1974

Box 47

Biographic Information for Tea Friday, October 10, 1969—4 p.m.
Biographic Information for Tea for Ambassadors' Wives Thursday, October 30, 1969 [and Friday, November 21, 1969]
Biographic Information for Tea for Ambassadors' Wives Tuesday, March 10, 1970 The White House
United Nations Twenty-Fifth Anniversary President Nixon's Dinner October 24, 1970
Presidential Dinner for Inter-American Ambassadors The White House April 6, 1971
Presidential Dinner for Heads of Delegations to the OAS General Assembly The White House April 15, 1972
Bilateral Briefing Book [South and Latin America—April 1974]
[Background Information for Mrs. Nixon's Reception for Wives of Foreign Ambassadors in Washington Monday June 24, [1974] 3:00 p.m.]
Blair House the President's Guest House

Series VI: Photographs, 1969-1973

Box 48

Presented to President Richard M. Nixon by the Crew of Apollo IX [Photo A1bum--Photos Taken from Apollo IX Spacecraft, March 1969]
[Mrs. Nixon's Visit to Universal Studios, Universal City, California, June 1969] [Photo Album]
Christening of the Pan Am 747 Clipper Young America by Mrs. Richard Nixon, Dulles International Airport Washington, D.C. January 15, 1970
[Mrs. Nixon's Trip to Peru--June 1970] [Photo Album]
[President and Mrs. Nixon's Trip to Europe--September 1970] [Photo Album]
[Various Activities of President and Mrs. Nixon, May-July 1971] [Photo Album]
[Various Activities of President and Mrs. Nixon, September- November 1971] [Photo Album]
[Mrs. Nixon's Trip to Africa, January 1972] [Photo Album] [1 of 2]
[Mrs. Nixon's Trip to Africa, January 1972] [Photo Album] [2 of 2]
President Richard Nixon's Trip to the people's Republic of China February 21 to 28, 1972 [Photo Album]
[The Western White House, San Clemente, California, July 1972] [Photo Album]
[Repub1ican National Convention, August 1972] [Photo Album]
"America and Challenger" Visit the Moon Apollo XVII 7-19 Dec 1972 [Photograph]
[Christmas Scenes, December 1972] [Photo Album]
[President Nixon's] Birthday 1/9/73 [Photo Album]
Second Inauguration President Richard Nixon January 20, 1973 [Photo Album]
[Pre-Presidential Photographs] [Photo Album]
"Presidents' [sic] Daughters" [Photo Album]
San Clemente Residence of President and Mrs. Richard M. Nixon [Photo Album]
[Unused Photo Album]

Series VII: Printed Materials, [1921-1973]

Box 49

Chinese Communist Education: Records of the First Decade [Book]
[Books Removed from White House Gift Unit]
[Moscow: A Photographic Study] [Book]
The Congressional Club Cook Book [Book]
"Design for the Decade" [National 4-H Club Foundation 1969 Annual Review] [Booklet]
"Art Commentary" [Article]
The Pageant of Peking [Book]
Panel Recommendations to the White House Conference on Food, Nutrition and Health
[Miscellaneous Articles, Pamphlets, Brochures, etc. on Various Topics] [1 of 3]

Box 50

[Miscellaneous Articles, Pamphlets, Brochures, etc. on Various Topics] [2 of 3]
[Miscellaneous Articles, Pamphlets, Brochures, etc. on Various Topics] [3 of 3]
[Articles, Reports, etc. on Various programs] [1 of 2]
[Articles, Reports, etc. on Various Programs] [2 of 2]
General Federation of Women’s Clubs [1 of 2—General Federation Clubwoman]
General Federation of Women’s Clubs [2 of 2--News Bulletins and Reports]

Series VIII: Miscellany, 1971-1974

Box 51

China--News Summaries Notes Re Places
China Trip--Menus, Etc., Gift Memos
The First Ladies of the United States--First Edition Sterling Silver Proof Set [Medals]
A Journal of the Ladies of the Senate Red Cross unit Presented to Mrs. Richard Nixon
[Large Homemade Greeting Card Signed by Citizens of Dallas County [Missouri], July 9, 1973
[Notes from Susan Porter Regarding Certain Files in the Collection]
[Duplicates of Cards Filed in Box 20]
[Empty Folders Used for Transmitting Material Between Susan Porter and Mrs. Nixon]

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