The Richard Nixon Foundation has added the 1970 CBS Television special Upstairs at the White House to its website.
Click the links below to learn more!
Fifty Years Ago: Upstairs at the
White House with Tricia Nixon
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the 60 Minutes program Upstairs at the White House. The televised tour was first time that cameras were permitted upstairs for a view of the First Family’s living quarters.
The tour was led by First Daughter Tricia Nixon, another first in White House history.
This landmark event, which aired nationally in prime time, is recalled by historian and author Jennifer B. Pickens in her latest article for the White House Historical Association.
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Watch the Complete Tour
First Daughter Tricia Nixon guided reporter CBS' Mike Wallace and Harry Reasoner through the family living quarters and other rooms and halls of the White House not usually open to the public in the behind-the-scenes tour which aired 50 years ago today.
Watch the complete tour here.
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Register for an Upcoming
Blood drives held at the Nixon Library in March and April resulted in over 300 usable units of blood which amounts to over 900 lives potentially saved!
Be part of this incredible movement by registering to give blood at an upcoming drive:
- June 3, 10am - 4pm - American Red Cross - Sign up here, Sponsor Code: NixonLibrary
- June 7, 8am - 2pm - LifeStream Blood Bank - Sign up here
- June 19, 8am - 2pm - LifeStream Blood Bank - Sign up here