The White House Office is one of five divisions of the Executive Office of the President and was established by E.O. 8248 on September 8, 1939. Its functions included carrying out the administrative duties assigned by the President and maintaining communication with the Congress and its members, directors of Executive agencies, the press, and the general public.
Record Group 130 is available by appointment only. Contact the Nixon Staff to make an appointment.
- Number of Boxes: 57
- Approximate number of pages: A standard archival box can contain up to 1,000 pages of material
Record Group 130 contains general, budgetary, accounting, personnel, and miscellaneous records relating to the following topics:
- the House Judiciary Committee Impeachment Proceedings
- transfer between appropriations
- the status of appropriations for salaries, expenses, and special projects, Treasury reports, disbursing officer's accounts, travel requests, vendors' accounts, certificates of deposit, payroll control registers
- miscellaneous personnel and staff records for the Nixon administration
- salary and miscellaneous expenses for the President
- schedule of collections
- the status of representations and reception funds
- job classification card files
- reports of changes in White House personnel, administration files, miscellaneous files, and White House and Executive Office Building floor plans
Record Group 130 also contains one sound recording – a statement by President Nixon concerning foreign policy initiatives.