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Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum
Collections with online items: 49
Physical collections: 106
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Anderson (Martin ) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

Martin P. Anderson was a Special Assistant to the President (1969). During President-Elect Nixon’s transitional period, Anderson was Secretary of the Program-Co-ordination Group and helped to facilitate the development of Nixon’s legislative program. This series reflects the work of the...

Armstrong (Anne) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

The files contained in the Anne L. Armstrong series reflect her responsibilities as Counselor to the President, as the first head of the Office of Women’s Programs, and as a member of the Cost of Living Council (a part of...

 
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Barker (Desmond J.), Jr. Papers, White House Special Files, 1971-1973

This series documents Desmond J. "Des" Barker, Jr.'s activities, as a deputy of White House Counsel Charles Colson, in his role as a Special Assistant to the President.

Buchanan (Patrick J.) Papers, White House Special Files, 01/21/1969 - 12/31/1972

This series was created to document the activities of Patrick J. Buchanan as he carried out his duties as Special Assistant for Media Analysis and Speech Writing. As Special Assistant to the President, Pat Buchanan's assigned duties were related to...

Burns (Arthur F.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1970

Arthur F. Burns served as Counselor to the President. He was given broad responsibility in program and policy development for the Nixon Administration. Although his primary role was in development of domestic programs, he did venture into international matters in...

Butterfield (Alexander P.) Subject Files, White House Central Files, 1969-1973

During his years in the White House, Alexander Butterfield served on the staff of H. R. Haldeman and had the title of Deputy Assistant to the President. Butterfield served as a chief administrative officer, having responsibility for final review of...

Buzhardt (J. Fred) Papers, White House Central Files, 1970-1973

Fred Buzhardt succeeded John W. Dean as Counsel to the President on May 10, 1973. The materials in this file group reflect all aspects of Buzhardt's White House employment and are arranged in series including the Subject Files and Legal...

 
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Cohen (Howard A.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1971-1973

Howard A. Cohen served as a White House Staff Assistant to the President in the office of Charles L. Colson. He functioned primarily as youth affairs liaison. This included involvement with such groups as the White House Interns, young athletes,...

Cole (Kenneth Reese), Jr. Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

White House Central Files: Staff Member and Office Files Kenneth Cole joined the White House staff of President Richard Nixon and remained a White House staff member for the entire Nixon presidency (1969-1974). Cole served under Assistant to the President...

Colson (Charles W.) Papers, White House Special Files, 01/20/1969 - 02/1973

This series was created to document the activities of Charles W. Colson as he carried out his duties as Special Counsel to the President.

 
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Dean (John W.), III Papers, White House Special Files, 07/09/1970 - 04/30/1973

This series was created to document the activities of John W. Dean III as he carried out his duties as Counsel to the President on legal, political and legislative issues in the Nixon administration.

 
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Ehrlichman (John D.) Papers, White House Special Files, 01/20/1969 - 04/30/1973

John Ehrlichman's papers pertain to his many activities as Counsel to the President and as Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs. The files include a full set of Ehrlichman's handwritten notes of meetings with the President. Other materials of...

 
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Farrell (Michael J.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1969-1974

This collection reflects Michael Farrell's work in the White House Visitors Office. First, during his time as a Staff Assistant and then Special Assistant to President Nixon.

Fox (Sanford L.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

The Sanford Fox file group documents the activities of the Social Entertainments Office from 1969 through 1974. Fox, as Chief of the Office, and his staff performed duties in connection with the planning and successful execution of social events organized...

 
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Garment (Leonard) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

The office files of Leonard Garment reflect his responsibilities as a Special Consultant to the President concerned with domestic issues in the areas of civil and human rights, Native American affairs, plans for the American Revolution Bicentennial celebration, cultural affairs...

Gergen (David R.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1972

The materials of relate to David Gergen's responsibilities first as Ray Price's deputy in overseeing the Office of Research and Messages and then Gergen's directorship of the same office in 1973 and 1974. The largest portion of the files document...

Gergen (David R.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1969-1972

David Gergen was a Staff Assistant to the President and reported directly to Ray Price, the Director of the Office of Research and Messages. The Gergen materials in the Special Files consist of Presidential action requests and memoranda to or...

 
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Haig (Alexander M.), Jr. Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

The materials of Alexander Meigs Haig, Jr. cover the period from December 1968 to August 1974 when General Haig served as Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Assistant to the President, Chief of Staff for President...

Haldeman, H. R. (Harry R.) Papers, White House Special Files, 01/20/1969 - 04/30/1973

This series was created to document the activities of H. R. Haldeman as he carried out his duties as White House Chief of Staff. The series also includes the files of key staff members who worked under Haldeman.

Harlow (Bryce N.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1968-1969

Bryce N. Harlow served as Assistant to the President and Counselor to the President. The materials cover the period from November 1968 to January 1969 when Mr. Harlow served as the Assistant to the President with Responsibility for Congressional Relations...

Houthakker (Hendrik S.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1971

Dr. Hendrik S. Houthakker served two years as a member of the Council of Economic Advisers or CEA. These files cover the years of 1969-1971 and include his activities as a senior staff economist on the international task forces; he...

Howard (W. Richard) Papers, White House Special Files, 1970-1974

Richard Howard was Staff Assistant to Charles W. Colson. He worked in public relations with a concentration on professional and trade organizations and the "New American Majority." The files reflect Howard's public relations efforts and public opinion polls.

 
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Khachigian (Kenneth L.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1970-1973

Ken Khachigian worked for Herbert G. Klein and then Charles W. Colson. His responsibilities mainly concerned public relations and writing speeches or other documents. He spent much of his time working on the 1972 re-election campaign, and the files reflect...

Kissinger (Henry A.) Office Files, National Security Council Files, 1968-1975

The Henry A. Kissinger (HAK) Office Files consist of materials documenting the day to day administration of the NSC, the planning of Kissinger’s trips abroad, negotiations with foreign governments, and Kissinger’s office files. These files are Presidential historical materials as...

Kissinger (Henry A.) Telephone Conversation Transcripts (Telcons), National Security Council Files, 01/21/1969 - 08/08/1974

The Kissinger telephone conversation transcripts consist of approximately 20,000 pages of transcripts of Kissinger’s telephone conversations during his tenure as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (1969-1974) and Secretary of State (1973-1974) during the administration of President Richard...

Klein (Herbert G.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1969-1973

Herb Klein was the Director of Communications for the Executive Branch. In this capacity he coordinated the public relations activities of the White House and the Federal agencies. The Special Files contain only a small segment of the overall Klein...

Krogh (Egil) Papers, White House Special Files, 1969-1973

Egil "Bud" Krogh, Jr. was the Deputy Counsel to the President and, later, Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs. His responsibilities included drugs, crime, law enforcement, housing, government reorganization, and transportation. The files record each of these responsibilities.

 
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Magruder (Jeb Stuart) Papers, Committee for the Re-Election of the President, 1970-1972

The Jeb Stuart Magruder papers from the Committee for the Re-Election of the President Collection consists of correspondence to and from Magruder and John Mitchell, along with materials relating to individual states, voting blocs, political strategies and day to day...

Malek (Frederic V.) Papers, Committee for the Re-Election of the President, ca. 1971-1972

The Frederic Malek papers from the Committee for the Re-Election of the President Collection consists of materials relating to individual states, voting blocs, political strategies and day to day operations of the committee, as well as assorted materials from Frederic...

Malek (Frederic V.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

The materials of Frederic Malek encompass the years 1969 to 1973, and relate to Malek’s roles as deputy undersecretary of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) (1969 to late 1970) and head of the White House Personnel Operation...

Moynihan (Daniel Patrick) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1970

The materials of Daniel Patrick Moynihan cover the period from January 1969 to December 1970 when Dr. Moynihan served as Counselor to the President for Urban Affairs during the administration of President Richard Nixon and reflect Moynihan's activities in wide...

 
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Nixon (Richard M.) Pre-Presidential Papers, 1946 - ca. 1963

Transferred from the National Archives-Pacific Region (Laguna Niguel) The materials available in this collection stem from Richard Nixon’s Congressional, Senatorial, Vice Presidential and personal offices, as well as campaign offices, during the years of 1946 to 1964. The material is...

Nixon (Richard M.) Presidential Daily Diary, 1969-1974

The Daily Diary of files represents a consolidated record of the President’s activities. The Daily Diary chronicles the activities of the President, from the time he left the private residence until he retired for the day, including personal and private...

 
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Patterson (Bradley H.), Jr. Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

Bradley H. Patterson, Jr., served as an Executive Assistant, Special Consultant to the President in the office of Leonard Garment. The file group reflects Patterson’s responsibilities in civil rights, plans for the American Revolution Bicentennial celebration, oversight of both the...

President's Office Files, White House Special Files, 1969-1974

The President's Office Files consist of materials that record the President's daily activities or that were seen or annotated by the President. The two series within this group that are most closely associated with the President are the Handwriting File...

President's Personal Files, White House Special Files, 1969-1974

This file is so named because it was maintained by the President's personal secretary, Rose Mary Woods, and includes documents that the President personally considered. It includes: transcripts of memoranda dictated by the President, correspondence with long-time supporters of the...

 
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Scali (John A.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1971-1973

John Scali's responsibilities as Special Assistant to the President included advising on communications policy relating to foreign affairs. The files include documentation of campaigns, foreign policy, and defense advice.

Sloan (Hugh W.), Jr. Papers, White House Special Files, 1969-1971

Hugh Sloan served as a Staff Assistant to the President and was in charge of appointments and scheduling. He worked for Dwight Chapin. The files provide information on scheduling the President's participation in events.

Solomon (Ezra) Papers, White House Central Files, 1971-1973

Ezra Solomon succeeded Hendrick Houthakker as a member of the Council of Economic Advisers or CEA. Solomon’s areas of responsibility included: domestic economic and financial conditions and outlook; fiscal policy and monetary policy; manpower programs; taxation and social security; as...

 
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Timmons (William E.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

The materials of the William E. Timmons collection cover the period from January 1969 to August 1974. During this period Mr. Timmons served first as Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs (1969-1970) under Bryce Harlow and then as...

Tufaro (Richard C.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1972-1973

As a Staff Assistant to the Domestic Council, Richard Tufaro had assignments with the Interagency Classification Review Committee, in which he was concerned with expediting the declassification of documents and the Cabinet Committee to Combat Terrorism. Both of these tasks...

 
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Warren (Gerald L.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1971-1972

Gerald Warren was the Deputy Press Secretary to the President. Much of the material in this file group consists of communication with the Press Secretary, Ronald Ziegler.

Wegner (Glen E.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1972

Glen E. Wegner was Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislation (Health) in the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. His responsibilities involved fields relating to health and education legislation, including the National Fluoridation Proposal, funding for medical schools, health planning, health...

White House Executive Clerk Reading Papers, White House Central Files, 01/20/1969 - 08/09/1974

This series consists of copies of Presidential memoranda sent to the heads of departments and agencies during the Nixon Administration. These memorandums were a reference set kept by John Ratchford, White House Executive Clerk, until his retirement and span the...

White House Gift Unit, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

The White House Gift Unit was responsible for sending and receiving White House Gifts and Cards. The series contains correspondence, subject files, Gift lists and cards and form letters.

White House Press Office, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

The files contain materials produced by the Press Office for distribution to the media. These materials include press releases, press conference transcripts, and other notices to the press. The topics addressed cover the full range of activities and policies of...

Winchester (Lucy A.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

Lucy Moulthrop Alexander Winchester was the White House Social Secretary from 1969 through 1974. The Social Secretary and her staff were in charge of arranging and coordinating all social functions in the White House, whether or not the President or...

Woods (Rose Mary) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

Rose Mary Woods served as the President’s personal secretary and executive secretary. The Rose Mary Woods materials consist of five series: Correspondence, Legal Correspondence and Printed Materials, Trip Files, News Clippings and Printed Materials, and Photographs. The Correspondence file consists...

 
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Ziegler (Ronald L.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1969-1974

This is a portion of the overall Press Office materials generated during the Nixon administration. It includes some of Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler's files but consists primarily of the records of the Correspondence Research Office and the Press Office. The...