The records of the Cabinet Committee on Education from Record Group 51 were transferred into the custody of the Nixon Presidential Library by the Office of Records Services, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration. See the Guide to Federal Records for more information on Record Group 51.
- Number of Boxes: 14
- Approximate number of pages: 11,200
The Director's Chronological File contains carbon and electrostatic copies of communications dealing with a wide range of activities in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), during the years of 1969 and 1970. There is correspondence, memoranda, notes, reports, appropriation lists, budget change requests, justifications and allocations, circular issuances, and drafts concerning many financial and other related matters.
These files reflect the full range of OMB activities, and because of their source, nature, and arrangement, they have important reference value. Their contents reveal the numerous factors that influenced national fiscal and non-fiscal policies and decision-makings at the highest levels of the government. Moreover, they illustrate in some detail the direct working relationships which existed between the Director of the OMB and the President and with various Cabinet members, White House staff personnel, members of sundry Federal agencies, and with private citizens. In particular, these files evidence the division of responsibility among senior OMB officials.
Series: Chronological Files
Description: Internal and external communications, 1969-1970. Carbon and electrostatic copies of correspondence, memoranda, notes, reports, appropriation lists, budget change requests, justifications and allocations, circular issuances, and drafts concerning many financial and other related matters. Folders and arranged chronologically therein.
CHRONOLOGICAL FILES, 1969-1970
October 1969-January 1970