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The Presidential historical materials of Charles B. "Bud" Wilkinson 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 A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.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:   31.5
  • Approximate number of pages:   62,500

Biographical Note

April 23, 1916 Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota

1937 Graduated from University of Minnesota

1937-1940 Assistant football coach at Syracuse University (also coached golf and hockey)

1940 M.A. in English, Syracuse University

1941 Football coach at the University of Minnesota

1942-1945 Coach with the Navy Pre-Flight School Seahawks in Iowa; U.S. Navy Officer and hangar deck officer aboard the aircraft carrier Enterprise in the Pacific theatre during World War II

1945-1947 Assistant football coach at the University of Oklahoma

1947-1964 Head football coach at the University of Oklahoma

1961-1964 Served as part-time director of President Kennedy's Council on Physical Fitness (resigned shortly after Lyndon B. Johnson took office)

1964 Resigned from coaching at the University of Oklahoma in January

1964 Changed party affiliation to Republican on February 5, 1964

1964 Ran for U.S. Senate (Republican) seat from Oklahoma; defeated by Fred R. Harris (Democrat)

1964 Legally changed his name during Senate campaign to include Bud - the nickname by which he was generally known

1965-1969 Served as President of Lifetime Sports Foundation

1965-1977 ABC television sports analyst

January 9, 1969 President-elect Nixon named Wilkinson a Special Consultant, while permitting Wilkinson to continue to work as a television sports analyst

1969-1971 Special consultant to President Nixon

1970 Republican National Committeeman for Oklahoma

1971 Departed White House staff

1978-1979 Head coach of the St. Louis Cardinals of the National Football League

February 9, 1994 Died of congestive heart failure at age 77 in St. Louis, MO

Married August 29, 1938 to the former Mary Shifflett of Grinnell, Iowa; two sons, Pat and Jay. Divorced in 1975. Married to the former Donna O'Donnohue in 1976.

Scope and Content Note

The Charles B. "Bud" Wilkinson file group reflects his responsibilities as Special Consultant to the President from January 1969 to January 1971. Mr. Wilkinson was hired as a per-diem consultant and was provided with a support staff. At the time of his appointment, Mr. Wilkinson was well-known as a former University of Oklahoma football coach and current sports analyst for the ABC network college football telecasts. The per-diem arrangement allowed him to continue as a television sports analyst while serving the Administration at the President's direction.

His first assignment was to review 1,500 to 1,800 Federal non-regulatory boards and commissions and make recommendations on improving their effectiveness. Due to this public prominence, Mr. Wilkinson was given the responsibility for articulating, through personal and television appearances, the Administration position on matters of public interest. He was also responsible for arranging press conferences and public relations appearances by Department and Agency heads and members of the President's staff. His public relations responsibilities also included assisting the President in receiving visiting dignitaries and other prominent persons and accompanying the President to sports events.

In addition to the review of the Federal boards and commissions, his duties covered a wide range of activities such as overall responsibility for the Sunday White House church services from 1969 to 1970, which included the selection of clergymen. The responsibility for the White House Church services was turned over to Constance Stuart in 1970. He served as liaison to the Advertising Council, the American Red Cross, the President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped and the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports. He represented the White House on the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission and the U.S. Olympic Committee. He served as Vice-chairman of the President's Council on Youth Opportunity dealing with youth affairs and Chairman of an interdepartmental ad hoc committee on drug abuse. President Nixon appointed him president of the National Center for Voluntary Action, a privately funded, non-profit, non-partisan organization. Also in the area of youth affairs he worked on the 1970 White House Conference on Children and Youth and worked on improving the executive intern and White House intern programs. Staff members reassigned to Mr. Wilkinson from other areas were James D. Atwater, Staff Assistant to the President, Jeffrey E. Donfeld, Staff Assistant to the President, John L. Campbell from the Executive Office of the President, Domestic Council and William B. Mullins, from the Office of Economic Development/VISTA.

Series Description

Boxes:   1-14
Series:   Chronological Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1971
Description:   Contains White House reading file [1969-1971] The file is arranged in two sub series, boxes 1-4 are arranged chronologically; boxes 5-14 are arranged alphabetically by surname and thereunder chronologically.

Boxes:   15-23
Series:   Administrative Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1971
Description:   Consists of memoranda to and from White House Staff as well as biographical information on staff personnel for the period 1969-1971. Also contained in this file series are memos to the President; information on White House speaking engagements; speech materials; White House Church services; reports on various commissions, committees and conferences. The file is arranged alphabetically by staff member name and thereunder chronologically.

Boxes:   24-51
Series:   Subject Files | Folder Title List
Description:   Contains materials relating to various programs. Some of these programs concern the Advertising Council, Drug Abuse; White House Church services; the President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped; Girl Scout materials; Youth programs; Presidential Scholars and Presidential Interns. This series is arranged alphabetically by program title and thereunder chronologically.

Boxes:   52-72
Series:   Publication Files | Folder Title List
Description:   This series includes miscellaneous reports, Committee hearings on a variety of domestic programs, government printing office publications and Republican National Committee publications. The boxes are arranged alphabetically by subject area. Box 69 in its entirety has been transferred to the audio-visual unit of the Nixon Presidential Materials Staff. Boxes 70, 71 and 72 are oversize attachments to the file.

Photographs, sound recordings and movie films have been transferred from Wilkinson's files to the audio-visual unit.

Folder Title List

Series I: Chronological Files, 1969-1971

Box 1

Reading File February 1969 [1 of 3]
Reading File February 1969 [2 of 3]
Reading File February 1969 [3 of 3]
Reading File March 1969 [1 of 3]
Reading File March 1969 [2 of 3]
Reading File March 1969 [3 of 3]
Reading File April 1969 [1 of 3]

Box 2

Reading File April 1969 [2 of 3]
Reading File April 1969 [3 of 3]
Reading File May 1969 [1 of 3]
Reading File May 1969 [2 of 3]
Reading File May 1969 [3 of 3]
Reading File June 1969 [1 of 2]
Reading File June 1969 [2 of 2]
Reading File July 1969 [1 of 2]
Reading File July 1969 [2 of 2]

Box 3

Reading File August 1969 [1 of 2]
Reading File August 1969 [2 of 2]
Reading File September 1969 [1 of 2]
Reading File September 1969 [2 of 2]
Reading File October 1969
Reading File November 1969
Reading File December 1969

Box 4

Reading File-WH-Jan.Feb.Mar.Apr.May 1970 [January]
Reading File-WH-Jan.Feb.Mar.Apr.May 1970 [February]
Reading File-WH-Jan.Feb.Mar.Apr.May 1970 [March]
Reading File-WH-Jan.Feb.Mar.Apr.May 1970 [April]
Reading File-WH-Jan.Feb.Mar.Apr.May 1970 [May]
Reading File-WH-June,July, Aug.Sept.Oct.Nov. Dec.1970 [June - July]
Reading File-WH-June,July,Aug.Sept.Oct.Nov. Dec.1970 [Aug. - Dec.]
Reading File-WH 1971 [Jan. 12 - Feb. 25]

Box 5

CBW-Reading File-1969 [Personal] [2/24/69 - 1 2/31/69] [ENTIRE FOLDER WITHDRAWN]
Reading File - A [1/28/69 - 8/3/70]
Reading File - B [1/10/69 - 2/3/71] [1 of 4]
Reading File - B [1/10/69 - 2/3/71] [2 of 4]
Reading File - B [1/10/69 - 2/3/71] [3 of 4]
Reading File - B [1/10/69 - 2/3/71] [4 of 4]

Box 6

Brown, Tulley - Direction Sports - CBW Member of Advisory Board
Reading File - C [1/28/69 - 2/18/71] [1 of 4]
Reading File - C [1/28/69 - 2/18/71] [2 of 4]
Reading File - C [1/28/69 - 2/18/71] [3 of 4]
Reading File - C [1/28/69 - 2/18/71] [4 of 4]
Reading File - D [1/23/69 - 1 2/28/70] [1 of 2]

Box 7

Reading File - D [1/23/69 - 12/28/70] [2 of 2]
Reading File - E [1/28/69 - 1/14/71] [1 of 2]
Reading File - E [1/28/69 - 1/14/71] [2 of 2]
Reading File - F [1/27/69 - 3/31/70] [1 of 2]
Reading File - F [1/27/69 - 3/31/70] [2 of 2]
Reading File - G [1127/69 - 4/15/70] [1 of 3]
Reading File - G [1/27/69 - 4/15/70] [2 of 3]

Box 8

Reading File - G [1/27/69 - 4/15/70] [3 of 3]
Reading File - H [1/24/69 - 1/22/71] [1 of 3]
Reading File - H [1/24/69 - 1/22/71] [2 of 3]
Reading File - H [1/24/69 - 1/22/71] [3 of 3]
Reading File - I [5/9/69 - 4/30/70]
Reading File - J [2/24/69 - 1/20/71]
Reading File - K [1/27/69 - 7/31/70] [1 of 2]

Box 9

Reading File - K [1/27/69 - 7/31/70] [2 of 2]
Reading File - L [1/28/69 - 1/7/71] [1 of 3]
Reading File - L [1/28/69 - 1/7/71] [2 of 3]
Reading File - L [1/28/69 - 1/7/71] [3 of 3]

Box 10

Reading File - M [1/8/69 - 2/24/71] [1 of 3]
Reading File - M [1/8/69 - 2/24/71] [2 of 3]
Reading File - M [1/8/69 - 2/24/71] [3 of 3]
Reading File - Me [1/27/69 - 11/18/70]
Reading File - Mathison Report [3/20/69 -8/27/70]

Box 11

Reading File - N [2/3169 - 10/8/70]
Reading File - 0 [1/27/69 - 2/19/71]
Reading File - P [1/17/69 - 912/70] [1 of 3]
Reading File - P [1/17/69 - 912/70] [2 of 3]
Reading File - P [1/17/69 - 912/70] [3 of 3]
Reading File - Q [EMPTY]

Box 12

Reading File - R [1/24/69 - 2/19/71] [1 of 4]
Reading File - R [1/24/69 - 2/19/71] [2 of 4]
Reading File - R [1/24/69 - 2/19/71] [3 of 4]
Reading File - R [1/24/69 - 2/19/71] [4 of 4]
Reading File - S [1/22/69 - 8/24/70] [1 of 6]
Reading File - S [1/22/69 - 8/24/70] [2 of 6]

Box 13

Reading File - S [1/22/69 - 8/24/70] [3 of 6]
Reading File - S [1/22/69 - 8/24/70] [4 of 6]
Reading File - S [1/22/69 - 8/24/70] [5 of 6]
Reading File - S [1/22/69 - 8/24/70] [6 of 6]
Reading File - T [1/27/69 - 12/18/70] [1 of 2]
Reading File - T [1/27/69 - 12/18/70] [2 of 2]

Box 14

Reading File - U [11/10/69]
Reading File - V [12/7/68 - 4/21/70] [1 of 3]
Reading File - V [12/7/68 - 4/21/70] [2 of 3]
Reading File - V [12/7/68 - 4/21/70] [3 of 3]
Reading File - W [1/27/69 - 1/14/71] [1 of 3]
Reading File - W [1/27/69 - 1/14/71] [2 of 3]
Reading File - W [1/27/69 - 1/14/71] [3 of 3]
Reading File - X-Y-Z [3/3/69 - 10/5/70]

Series II: Administrative Files, 1969-1971

Box 15

Biographies Administrative Personnel [1969]
General Memos White House Staff [1/30/69-10/8/69]
General Memos - CBW Staff [1/27/69-10/17/69]
Five O'Clock Club [2/6/69-11/24/69]
Morning Conference Reports [6/3/69-8/3/70]
Memos for White House Staff [3/14/69-12/9/70]
White House Staff Memos [1/28/69-7/13/70] [1 of 2]
White House Staff Memos [1/28/69-7/13/70] [2 of 2]
Memos-White House Staff [2/5/69-10/31/69] [1 of 2]
Memos-White House Staff [2/5/69-10/31/69] [2 of 2]

Box 16

Constance Stuart [11/12/69-2/23/70]
Alexander Butterfield [5/28/69-3/31/70]
Leonard Garment [8/6/69-8/28/70]
Edward Morgan/Henry Cashen [3/27/69-5/24/69]
Henry A. Kissinger [9/8/69-10/14/69]
President's Invitations-Turn Downs [7/18/69-12/1/70] [1 of 2]
President's Invitations-Turn Downs [7/18/69-12/1/70] [2 of 2]
Flanigan [3/1/69-11/5/69]
Sears [1/24/69-6/26/69]
Timmons and Harlow [1/31/69-12/4/69] [Memos from Donfeld and Campbell]
DuBridge [9/23/69]
Arthur Burns [2/6/69-7/18/69]
T.V.-The President and the Administration [4/10/69-7/26/69]
Lucy Winchester [9/18/69-11/6/69]

Box 17

Memos: White House Staff, Dept. and Agency Heads [3/3/69-12/1/70] [1 of 3]
Memos: White House Staff, Dept. and Agency Heads [3/3/69-12/1/70] [2 of 3]
Memos: White House Staff, Dept. and Agency Heads [3/3/69-12/1/70] [3 of 3]
Keogh, Safire, Huston [1/24169-7/16/70]
Herbert Klein [7/13/69-1/14/71] [1 of 3]
Herbert Klein [7/13/69-1/14/71] [2 of 3]
Herbert Klein [7/13/69-1/14/71] [3 of 3]
Moynihan [candidates' resumes 1969?]

Box 18

White House Speaking Engagements [I] [4/30/70-1/1 6/71] [1 of 3]
White House Speaking Engagements [I] [4/30/70-1/16/71] [2 of 3]
White House Speaking Engagements [I] [4/30/70-1/16/71] [3 of 3]
White House Speaking Engagements [II] [4/6/69-4/26/70] [1 of 4]
White House Speaking Engagements [II] [4/6/69-4/26/70] [2 of 4]
White House Speaking Engagements [II] [4/6/69-4/26/70] [3 of 4]

Box 19

White House Speaking Engagements [II] [4/6/69-4/26/70] [4 of 4]
Department of State Conferences [6/26/70-7/27170]
Memos, etc. for The President [6/30/69-1/26/70]
Memos--R. Haldeman and Staff-J. Brown; S. Bull; L. Higby; J. Wilkinson; D. Stephens (Sec.); Joan Carroll (Sec.) [1/27/69-6/9170]
Memos--John Ehrlichman [1/26/69-1/16/70]
Speech Materials-Nixon Admin. For Cabinet Officers and Key Officials [1/31/69-10/17/69] [1 of 2]
Speech Materials-Nixon Admin. For Cabinet Officers and Key Officials [1/31/69-10/17/69] [2 of 2]
Speech Materials-Atwater [6/3/69]

Box 20

Staff Secretary - Ken Cole; John R. Brown [1/24/69-6/8/70]
Memos--D. Chapin and H. Sloan [1/30/69-2/19/71] [1 of 3]
Memos--D. Chapin and H. Sloan [1/30/69-2/19/71] [2 of 3]
Memos--D. Chapin and H. Sloan [1/30/69-2/19/71] [3 of 3]
Cabinet Members-Misc. Correspondence [3/24/69-5/18/70]

Box 21

CBW-Commissions & Committees [4/69 - 10/20/69]
Memos-Rose Mary Woods [2/24/69-6/22/70]
Vice President Spiro T. Agnew - C. D. Ward [2/20/69-8/27/70]
Summary of Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents [1/23/69- 12/10/69]
Consumer Affairs [1/30/69-2/19/69]
[White House Church Services][1/29/69]
5 O'Clock Club [1/29/69-3/24/69]
Mexican-American Conference [10/7/68-2/27/69]

Box 22

Donald J. Eberly-National Service Secretariat
[Youth in the New Administration]
Youth: The President - Haldeman – Ehrlichman Youth Reports: Student Problems [1/22/69-11/19/69] [1 of 3]
Youth: The President - Haldeman – Ehrlichman Youth Reports: Student Problems [1/22/69-11119169] [2 of 3]
Youth: The President - Haldeman – Ehrlichman Youth Reports: Student Problems [1122/69-11119169] [3 of 3]

Box 23

Applicants for White House Positions [1/22/69-2/14/71] [1 of 4]
Applicants for White House Positions [1/22/69-2/14/71] [2 of 4]
Applicants for White House Positions [1/22/69-2/14/71] [3 of 4]
Applicants for White House Positions [1/22/69-2/14/71] [4 of 4]
Photo Distribution for the President [10/30/69-2/11/70]
Staff Personnel Folders: James D. Atwater
Staff Personnel Folders: James Bennett
Staff Personnel Folders: Alexandra T. Breed
Staff Personnel Folders: John L. Campbell
Staff Personnel Folders: Jeffrey Ely Donfeld - Staff Assistant to the President
Staff Personnel Folders: Doris H. Kearns
Staff Personnel Folders: David Lelewer
Staff Personnel Folders: Shirley A. Massenburg
Staff Personnel Folders: Linda L. Mertz
Staff Personnel Folders: William B. Mullins
Staff Personnel Folders: Patricia Requa
Staff Personnel Folders: Karen Sheive

Series III: Subject Files

Box 24

Ad Council - Radio-T.V. Bulletins [1 of 3]
Ad Council - Radio-T.V. Bulletins [2 of 3]
Ad Council - Radio-T.V. Bulletins [3 of 3]
Ad Council - Board of Directors [1 of 3]
Ad Council - Board of Directors [2 of 3]
Ad Council - Board of Directors [3 of 3]

Box 25

Ad Council, Inc. [1 of 5]
Ad Council, Inc. [2 of 5]
Ad Council, Inc. [3 of 5]
Ad Council, Inc. [4 of 5]
Ad Council, Inc. [5 of 5]
Ad Council - Eleanor Sullivan

Box 26

Ad Council - Wash.DC Conference 1970 [1 of 3]
Ad Council - Wash.DC Conference 1970 [2 of 3]
Ad Council - Wash.DC Conference 1970 [3 of 3]
Ad Council - Wash.DC Conference 1969

Box 27

Amateur Sports in America [1 of 2]
Amateur Sports in America [2 of 2]
American Council of Young Political Leaders
The American Red Cross [1 of 2]
The American Red Cross [2 of 2]
American Youth Hostels Campaign [1 of 2]
American Youth Hostels Campaign [2 of 2]

Box 28

Association of Student Government
Church Services [1/29/69-6/16/70] [1 of 2]
Church Services [1/29/69-6/16/70] [2 of 2]

Box 29

Drug Abuse - Presidential Memos
Drug Abuse Memos [1 of 2]
Drug Abuse Memos [2 of 2]
Drug Abuse - CBW Staff
Ad Hoc Committee on Drugs [1 of 3]
Ad Hoc Committee on Drugs [2 of 3]
Ad Hoc Committee on Drugs [3 of 3]
Ad Hoc Committee on Drugs Minutes of Meetings
Questions and Answer Booklet on Drugs

Box 30

Drug Abuse - Ad Council [1 of 4]
Drug Abuse - Ad Council [2 of 4]
Drug Abuse - Ad Council [3 of 4]
Drug Abuse - Ad Council [4 of 4]
Drug Abuse Campaign [1 of 8]
Drug Abuse Campaign [2 of 8]
Drug Abuse Campaign [3 of 8]

Box 31

Drug Abuse Campaign [4 of 8]
Drug Abuse Campaign [5 of 8]
Drug Abuse Campaign [6 of 8]
Drug Abuse Campaign [7 of 8]
Drug Abuse Campaign [8 of 8]
Drug Abuse - Prevention Week

Box 32

Dept. of Justice-Bureau of Narcotics [1 of 2]
Dept. of Justice-Bureau of Narcotics [2 of 2]
National Institute of Mental Health [1 of 2]
National Institute of Mental Health [2 of 2]
U.S. Office of Education
Office of Economic Opportunity
National Coordinating Council

Box 33

News Items - Drug Abuse
Tom Campbell
White House Press Releases [1 of 2]
White House Press Releases [2 of 2]
Drug Abuse Materials [1 of 15]
Drug Abuse Materials [2 of 15]
Drug Abuse Materials [3 of 15]
Drug Abuse Materials [4 of 15]

Box 34

Drug Abuse Materials [5 of 15]
Drug Abuse Materials [6 of 15]
Drug Abuse Materials [7 of 15]
Drug Abuse Materials [8 of 15]
Drug Abuse Materials [9 of 15]

Box 35

Drug Abuse Materials [10 of 15]
Drug Abuse Materials [11 of 15]
Drug Abuse Materials [12 of 15]
Drug Abuse Materials [13 of 15]

Box 36

Drug Abuse Materials [14 of 15]
Drug Abuse Materials [15 of 15]
Drug Conference Press Materials, Clips, Fact Sheets, Presidential Statements [1 of 2]
Drug Conference Press Materials, Clips, Fact Sheets, Presidential Statements [2 of 2]
[Drug Abuse Campaign Advertising Materials]
Drug Abuse Education Slide Resource Kit
["Drug Scene" Radio Program] [1 of 2]
["Drug Scene" Radio Program] [2 of 2]

Box 37

President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped [1 of 10]
President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped [2 of 10]
President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped [3 of 10]
President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped [4 of 10]
President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped [5 of 10]
President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped [6 of 10]
President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped [7 of 10]

Box 38

President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped [8 of 10]
President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped [9 of 10]
President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped [10 of 10]
President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports [Empty]

Box 39

Children's Hospital Board of Directors
Ford's Theatre Society
U.S. Civil Service Commission - Robert E. Hampton Correspondence re: Combined Federal Campaigns
National Center for Voluntary Action Board of Directors [notebook]
Correspondence [1 of 2]
Correspondence [2 of 2]

Box 40

National Student Volunteer Program-Jim Tanck-VISTA-OEO
NCVA [National Center for Voluntary Action] Sub-Committees
Office of Voluntary Action - Christopher Mould
Fact Sheet - NCVA [1 of 2]
Fact Sheet - NCVA [2 of 2]
Aug. 1970 Drug Conference-WH-NCVA
Cabinet Members and Departments
WH Staff - Voluntary Action
[Executive Committee Meeting May 1970]

Box 41

President-Haldeman-Ehrlichman-Staff Secretary
NCVA Weekly Calendar
VISTA
[VISTA Reports]
VISTA Briefing Kit for Charles B. Wilkinson
NCAA Summer Youth Program [1 of 5]
NCAA Summer Youth Program [2 of 5]

Box 42

NCAA Summer Youth Program [3 of 5]
NCAA Summer Youth Program [4 of 5]
NCAA Summer Youth Program [5 of 5]
[Youth Affairs]
[Youth Programs of the Federal Government]- A Special Report, Sept. 1, 1969] [1 of 3]
[Youth Programs of the Federal Government]- A Special Report, Sept. 1, 1969] [2 of 3]

Box 43

[Youth Programs of the Federal Government - A Special Report, Sept. 1, 1969] [3 of 3]
[Publications]
[Working Paper 28]
[Current Population Reports 1968 and Current Housing Reports 1969]
[The Woman Bowler magazine Nov. 1969]
[Girl Scout Report 1968]
[Girl Scout Materials] [1 of 2]
[Girl Scout Materials] [2 of 2]
National Student Association

Box 44

President's Council on Youth Opportunity [1 of 9]
President's Council on Youth Opportunity [2 of 9]
President's Council on Youth Opportunity [3 of 9]
President's Council on Youth Opportunity [4 of 9]
President's Council on Youth Opportunity [5 of 9]
President's Council on Youth Opportunity [6 of 9]

Box 45

President's Council on Youth Opportunity [7 of 9]
President's Council on Youth Opportunity [8 of 9]
President's Council on Youth Opportunity [9 of 9]
[Youth Program Planning Grants: 1970]
[President's Council on Youth Opportunity [1967-69]
Preliminary Report September, 1969 [President's Council on Youth Opportunity-Summer Program]

Box 46

PCOYO Briefing Book Prepared for Council Meeting April 2, 1969
Reply to White House Questionnaire -3/6/69
[Atlanta Public Schools 1969-1970]
[Publications]
University Performing Arts
WH Conference on Children and Youth [1 of 3]
WH Conference on Children and Youth [2 of 3]

Box 47

WH Conference on Children and Youth [3 of 3]
Recommended Adult Nominees - The President's National Adult Citizens Advisory Committee for 1970 W.H. Conference on Children and Youth.
1970 White House Conference on Children & Youth
[A Plan for the 1970 White House Conference on Children - 2 copies]
Proposals for a Youth Commission
CBW - Youth Group Speeches and Meetings
Youth Program, Inter-office Memos [1 of 3]

Box 48

Youth Program, Inter-office Memos [2 of 3]
Youth Program, Inter-office Memos [3 of 3]
Correspondence Re: Youth Program [1 of 4]
Correspondence Re: Youth Program [2 of 4]
Correspondence Re: Youth Program [3 of 4]
Correspondence Re: Youth Program [4 of 4]

Box 49

President's Advisory Council on Executive Organization
Educational Research Council
Youth Programs [1 of 3]
Youth Programs [2 of 3]
Youth Programs [3 of 3]

Box 50

Presidential Scholars [1 of 2]
Presidential Scholars [2 of 2]
Presidential Interns [1 of 5]
Presidential Interns [2 of 5]
Presidential Interns [3 of 5]
Presidential Interns [4 of 5]
Presidential Interns [5 of 5]

Box 51

WH Fellows
Summer Employment Program 1970
Draft Reform
Publicity for Draft Reform
Ross Perot's Ideas on Campus Unrest
Jim Hiskey
News Items re: Youth
American Youth Hostels Campaign

Series IV: Publication Files

Box 52

Drug Abuse Publications & Materials
Task Force Report: Narcotics, Marijuana & Dangerous Drugs (28 copies)

Box 53

Drug Abuse Publications & Materials
Task Force Report: Narcotics, Marijuana & Dangerous Drugs (10 copies)
CAPP: A Community Drug Abuse Program
The Play is Yours: You & Drugs
The Play is Yours: You & Smoking
The Play is Yours: You & Alcohol
Drugs & Your Child (2 copies)

Box 54

Drug Abuse Publications & Materials
Answers to Most Frequently Asked Questions About Drug Abuse (31 copies)
Controlled Drugs
Drug Abuse: A Challenge for Education
It's Your Decision: You & Alcohol
It's Your Decision: You & Narcotics
Choose for Yourself: You & Alcohol
Choose for Yourself: You & Smoking
Teach Us What We Want To Know (2 copies)

Box 55

Fitness/Olympics Publications
Marine Corps Physical Fitness Academy: Precept & Curriculum
Olympic Development
Toward More Effective US Olympic Effort: Report, Appendix A: Sports Profiles, Appendix B: Sports Medicine, Appendix C: Proposed National Amateur Sports Foundation

Box 56

General Publications
Bowling Magazine (2 copies)
How Federal Agencies Have Served the Handicapped (1969) (14 copies)
Aeronautics & Space Report of the President 1971
NCAA - AAU Dispute Hearings
How to Move Minds (2 copies)

Box 57

General Publications
National Endowment for the Humanities: 3rd Annual Report
National Endowment for the Humanities: 4th Annual Report
Banquet at Guildhall: 200th Anniversary of the 1st Publication of the Encyclopedia Britannica
Prologue (Spring 1970)
Ford Foundation Annual Report 1969
Proposed Program for Scenic Roads & Highways
Association Management (Dec. 1969)
Alphabetic Index of Manufactured Products

Box 58

General Publications
10th Int'l. Congress of Int'l. Council on Health, Physical Education and Recreation
US House of Representatives Capitol Page School Handbook
National Fitness Council of Victoria, Australia: Vacation Activities
How to Implement Federal Legislation in the Local Community
Official Tennis Yearbook & Guide 1969
Training & Jobs for the Urban Poor
President's Council on Recreation & Natural Beauty
MR 69: Toward Progress: The Story of a Decade - The President's committee on Mental Retardation (2 copies)
Action Report: Hunger & Malnutrition in the U.S.
Roster of Sports Illustrated All American Award Winners 1956-65
If We Bury The First Amendment Will We Rest In Peace?
Educational Technology Shapes the Future: Are You Ready?
American Football Coaches 45th Annual Meeting , 68
Ernst Orlando Memorial Award Ceremony 1969
Catalog of Federal Programs for Individual and Community Improvement
2nd Symposium: Federal Support Program
Kodak Dealer News 1969

Box 59

General Publications
Collegians Guide to Part-time Jobs
65th Annual Meeting: American Political Science Foundation
What Price Parochiaid?
Pennsylvania Conference on Agricultural Waste Mgmt.
Portugal: An Informative Review
Rockefeller Foundation 1st Qtr. 1970 Report
The Netherlands
In Search of an Answer: TV & Your Child
A Partnership to Improve Food Production in India
The Population Explosion: A Present Danger

Box 60

General Publications
Report of Joint Commission on Mental Health of Children
Crisis in Child Mental Health: Challenge for the 70's (4 copies)

Box 61

Government Printing Office (GPO) Publications
Directory of Federal Statistics for Local Areas 1966-67
Report of the President's Commission on Campus Unrest

Box 62

GPO Publications
Proceedings of WH Conference on Natural Beauty
Governmental Finances in 1966-67
Welfare Reform Fact Sheet (6 copies)
Gap Between Federal Aid Authorizations & Appropriations 1966-1970
Proposal: Creating a Liaison Post to Improve Federal-State Communication
Governmental Organization 1967

Box 63

GPO Publications
Medicine Lodge Treaty with Kiowas & Comanches
Toward Balanced Growth: Quantity with Quality
Environmental Quality
Economic Report of the President
To Establish Justice, To Ensure Domestic Tranquility: Final Report of the National Commission on the Causes & Prevention of Violence
Report on Recreation & Natural Beauty (Nov67)
Report on Concessions on Federal Lands Available for Public Recreation 1967
Towards Postal Excellence
Report on Recreation & Natural Beauty (Dec67)
Special Report: The Kent State Tragedy

Box 64

Miscellaneous Publications
Big 8 Conference Football Yearbook 1968
Big 10 Records Book 1968-1969
Southwest Conference Football 1968
Fort Sill Centennial (Photo scrapbook & Folder)

Box 65

Republican National Convention (RNC) Publications
Nixon Sourcebook (3 folders)
Democratic Campaign Manual 1970
Issue Development Series: The Rising Cost of Living
Issue Development Series: Urban Problems
Issue Development Series: Crime & Delinquency
Issue Development Series: Foreign Policy 1 961-1968

Box 66

RNC Publications
Issue Development Series: An Indictment of the Democratic Party 1961-68
Issue Development Series: National Security
Issue Development Series: American Farm Problems & Natural Resources
Issue Development Series: Viet Nam
Republican Research Paper (folder)
Choice for America: Republican Answers to the Challenge of Now
Handbook of Suggested Solutions for Selected Domestic Problems of the US (Vol. II)

Box 67

RNC Publications
Political Profiles of the States 1968
Political Profiles of the States 1970
The 1968 Elections (2 copies)

Box 68

Youth Publications
Racial Confrontation in High School "Not Our Thing": Evaluation of 1968 Summer Youth Programs
Communication Through Sports: Summer Youth Sports (5 copies)
America's Youth at Work
Manual for Youth Coordinators 1969 edition
Profile of Youth 1966 (parts 1 & 2)
National Geographic Magazine Oct 1968 (article marked:"A Teenager Sails the World Alone").

Audio-Visual Materials

Box 69

* All materials have been removed and transferred to the A-V Unit of the Nixon Presidential Materials Staff.
WRC-TV Deena Clark's "Moment With…” Bud Wilkinson October 5, 1969; (7" reel - audio tape)(3 copies)
College Football's 100 Years - (7"reel -audio tape) - first part only (Show with Chris Schenkel) Source: Tony Janak
College Football's 100 Years - (7"reel - audio tape)-complete tape. Source: Tony Janak
Tape of CBW (Charles B. Wilkinson) Speech, July 19,1968 to Southern Industrial Relations Conference, Blue Ridge, NC, (7"reel - audio tape)
Report to the People - 23 March 1969, (5"reel - audio tape)Charles B. (Bud) Wilkinson, Special Consultant to President Nixon, (13:38) from Storer Broadcasting Co. Washington News Bureau
Bud Wilkinson 9/8/69 (3"reel- audio tape) Source: Tony Janak (envelope marked "Unidentified News discussion program")
Bud Wilkinson 1 0/8/69 (3"reel - audio tape) Source: Tony Janak
President Richard M. Nixon on behalf of the American Red Cross; Time 53 seconds [1] 16mm Color, S.O.F.

Box 70

Framework for Health Instruction in CA Public Schools, Sept. 1969
National Pharmacy Week, Oct. 5-11, 1969, "Drug Abuse ... Escape to nowhere".
Philadelphia Must Meet the Challenge, WDAS AM & FM Radio –Drug Awareness Editorials (Kit)
LSD-25: A Factual Account by Louise G. Richards, et. al. US Department of Justice, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, Washington, DC June 1969

Box 71

Telegram from Charles B. Wilkinson to Pop Warner Team from Randolph Air Force Base, TX; photograph of team - Silver Bowl Champions 1969
Tele-Color Productions Brochure
Congratulations - National Summer Youth Sports Program Certificate (Blank) (3 copies)
A Report on the 1969 National Summer Youth Sports Program by The National Collegiate Athletic Assn. & the President's Council on Physical Fitness & Sports (3 copies)

Box 72

A Permanent Exposition of Science and Industry (Brochure)
[Drug Abuse Campaign Advertising Materials]
Toward a Meaningful Bicentennial (book) 1969, The Philadelphia 1976 Bicentennial Corporation
Denver - U.S. Candidate for the XII Winter Olympic Games, 1976; Prepared for the Members of the International Olympic Committee, - Double Book Set; Denver/Technical information and Denver/The City, by Denver Organizing Committee For the 1976 Winter Olympics, 1970

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