This page contains links to useful research resources that help to provide context to our collections.
Links to Learning is a list of websites listed below have researched Nixon Library collections to develop their product.
Medal of Honor Ceremonies contains the dates, names, and (when available) photographs, transcripts, and audio recordings of the ceremonies held during the Nixon Presidency.
Audio Gallery features assorted audio recordings from our audiovisual holdings. Some are public gifts, i.e., donations to President Nixon from members of the general public. Other sound recordings were produced by government agencies during the Nixon administration.
White House Tapes learn about the history of the taping system, download the finding aid, and listen to tape conversations.
Officials of the Nixon Administration is a list, by year, of the names and titles of the Executive Office of the President.
Collections by Subject includes lists of textual and audiovisual resources on subjects including American Indians, "Deep Throat" (W. Mark Felt), Silent Majority, SALT and ABM, the U.S. Supreme Court, and Welfare Reform.
Pre-Presidential Task Force Reports submitted to President-elect Richard M. Nixon prior to his inauguration.
Research Bibliography is a non-exhaustive list including books, articles, and dissertations about Richard Nixon, his administration, and major issues during his Presidency. The list is arranged by categories such as Biographies, China, Labor, and Welfare.
National Security Memoranda including the National Security Study Memoranda and National Security Decision Memoranda from the National Security Council Institutional "H" Files have been digitized and are available on our website.
The National Archives' Vietnam War research portal is a a central space for all National Archives resources and content related to the Vietnam War for use by researchers, students and educators, museum goers, veterans, and those curious about the conflict.
Vice President Nixon and Fidel Castro met in Washington, DC in the spring of 1959. Read or download a summary of their conversation here.