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Finding Aid for the Herbert G. Klein papers

Finding aid prepared by Sue Luftschein, 2010

Summary Information

Repository
USC Libraries Special Collections
Creator
Allen, William C.
Creator
Atkins, Oliver F., 1916-1977
Creator
Bachrach, Fabian, 1917-2010
Creator
Bonnay, Charles
Creator
Fisk, Walter W.
Creator
Haberman, Irving, 1916-
Creator
Harris & Ewing.
Creator
Hawkins, J. Allen, 1915-
Creator
Jarvis, Roy
Creator
Klein, Herbert G., (Herbert George), 1918-2009
Creator
Lew, Mervyn
Creator
Mattox, Warren
Creator
O'Neill, Dev
Creator
Parker, Buffy
Creator
Rothschild Photo.
Creator
Smith, Merrett T.
Creator
Sullivan, Ed
Creator
Zeni Photography.
Title
Herbert G. Klein papers
Collection no.
0345
Date
15th-17th centuries, 1932-2009 (Bulk 1960-1973)
Extent
293.66 linear ft., 257 boxes, 1 flat file drawer
Language
English
Abstract
The Herbert G. Klein papers contain detailed records of the day to day activities of Herbert G. Klein, University of Southern California alumnus and trustee, journalist, editor and first White House Director of Communications. Included are records from all phases of Klein's long career: his early career as a journalist with Copley Newspapers in Alhambra and San Diego; his work with Richard Nixon, beginning with the Vice Presidential campaign of 1956; and his subsequent career as a media professional and author.

Preferred Citation

[Box/folder#], Herbert G. Klein papers, Collection no. 0345, University Archives, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California.

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Biographical note

Herbert G. Klein (1918-2009) enjoyed a long and successful career in the fields of journalism and communications. He worked as a newspaper journalist and editor, media consultant and executive, and most famously, as the first Director of Communications for the Executive Branch under President Richard M. Nixon.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Klein graduated from the University of Southern California in 1940 with a degree in journalism. Upon graduation he joined the reporting staff of Copley Newspapers' Alhambra (California) Post-Advocate where he worked as a reporter and feature editor until 1950, with the exception of four years (1942-1946) spent in the United States Navy. His first editorial was written in support of Richard Nixon's campaign for Congress in 1946. In 1950, he joined the editorial staff of another Copley newspaper, the Evening Tribune, and in 1952 moved to the San Diego Union, where he served in a variety of editorial assignments, culminating in his appointment as editor in 1959. Amongst his many assignments during these years was covering the atomic tests held on the Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands.

Klein first met Nixon in 1946 when he was assigned by the Post-Advocate to cover the latter's campaign for Congress; before the campaign was over he had agreed to serve as Nixon's Press Agent for the remainder of the campaign. Klein went on to assist Nixon in all of his subsequent campaigns, serving as Press Agent to Nixon during the 1948 Congressional campaign (during which time he also spent three months in Washington, D.C., as correspondent for Copley Newspapers), Press Agent for Nixon's 1950 Senate campaign, California Director of Information for the 1952 Vice-Presidential campaign, and Assistant Press Secretary during the 1956 Vice-Presidential campaign. In 1959 he rejoined Vice-President Nixon's staff as Staff Advisor and Press Secretary in order to organize press activities for Nixon's trip to Russia; for that trip, he convinced the Soviet authorities to rescind both their censorship directive and limits on the number of correspondents that could travel with the Vice-President, thus allowing the Nixon party to travel with relative freedom in the Soviet Union. He remained on Nixon's staff to serve as Press Secretary for the 1960 Presidential campaign, and he served in this capacity until the end of the Eisenhower administration in 1961. He also served as Press Secretary for Nixon's 1962 California Gubernatorial campaign, and rejoined Nixon's staff in August 1968 as Manager of Communications for the 1968 Presidential campaign. Nixon appointed him the first Director of Communications for the Executive Branch, a post he occupied from January 1969 until July 1973. He returned to the White House briefly in May 1974 to help coordinate the release of the transcripts of the White House tapes to the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment inquiry.

As Director of Communications, Klein was charged with bridging the "credibility gap" that was perceived to exist between the White House and the American public. His duties included coordinating all public relations activities of the Executive Branch, and to provide a free flow of information between the White House and the press. As such, he worked with the President, Cabinet, and senior members of the White House staff in public relations activities for all aspects of Administration policies and activities. Often called "the press man's press secretary," Klein enjoyed collegial and friendly relationships with members of the media and developed a reputation for straightforwardness; conversely, his relationships with other members of Nixon's staff, namely H.R. Haldeman, John Ehrlichman, and Chuck Colson, were not so cordial. In an interview with the New York Times in 1974, Klein stated that there was a basic difference in philosophy between Nixon and himself when it came to dealing with the press. Nixon advocated a hard line; Klein did not. As a result of this difference of opinion, and despite his sweeping responsibilities, Klein was soon overshadowed by other members of the administration, including Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler. In interviews, Klein admitted that he would have left the administration earlier than July 1973, but did not want to give the impression that his departure was in any way connected with the deepening Watergate scandal. However, in his 1980 memoirs, Making it Perfectly Clear, Klein stated that he quit after being told his staff was to be cut in half and he would report to Mr. Ziegler.

Klein was instrumental in ensuring that the news flowing from the Nixon administration was not limited to interpretations by the White House press corps. He organized regional editorial backgrounders, or information sessions, for journalists and editors across the country. He traveled to Vietnam and Cambodia in 1970 as part of a Presidential fact-finding mission on the status of military operations in Vietnam. He was instrumental in implementing the newly-enacted Freedom of Information Act, serving as a conduit between the administration and the news media on many FOIA requests.

As a journalist, Klein enjoyed a long and successful career. With the exception of leaves of absence to work on Nixon's campaigns, Klein worked, from 1950-1968, as an editorial writer, editorial page director, associate editor, executive editor, and Editor (1959-1968) of various Copley Newspaper publications. After his resignation from the Office of Communications, Klein joined the staff of Metromedia, Inc., as Vice President for Corporate Relations (1973-1977). From 1977 to 1980 he worked as an independent media consultant in Los Angeles, and finally, from 1980 until his retirement in 2003, as Editor-in-Chief of the Copley Press. His 1980 memoirs detail his time spent with Nixon and the love-hate relationship between the media and the White House. Among his many journalistic achievements was service as a juror for the 1968 Pulitzer Prize in Journalism, member of the Board of Directors of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (1966-1968), active member of the National Editorial Writers' Association, the Associated Press Managing Editors' Organization, and United Press International Editors. He was an active officer of Sigma Delta Chi, the national journalism society.

Klein was also actively involved in public service and philanthropic pursuits. He served, at the invitation of Governor Ronald Reagan, on the Commission of the Californias beginning in 1967. He was a Life Trustee of the University of Southern California and an active alumnus (he was a recipient of the University's Distinguished Achievement award in 1969 and an honorary doctorate in 2006, and served as president of the General Alumni Association). He was a trustee of the UC San Diego Foundation, a member of the director's cabinet of the Scripps Institute of Oceanography, and a trustee of the Scripps Foundation for Medicine and Science. He was an officer of the American Legion, president of the Alhambra Junior Chamber of Commerce, member of the San Diego chapter of the American Red Cross, Kiwanis Club, and Rotary, and in 1971 received the Greater Los Angeles Headliner of the Year award. He was also on the board of the National Presbyterian Church. After his retirement from Copley Newspapers, he continued to write articles and grant interviews about the state of American politics and the media and hosted a local weekly current events television program on San Diego's KUSI until the day before his death.

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Scope and Contents

These papers document the long career of journalist, editor, and media professional, Herbert G. Klein (1918-2009). Klein's importance as a media professional lay in his appointment by Richard M. Nixon as the first Director of Communications for the Executive Branch and his long career with Southern California-based Copley Newspapers. The papers contain calendars, correspondence and memorandums, clippings, ephemera, financial documents, moving images, notes, photographs, realia, schedules, and sound recordings, 15th-17th centuries, 1932-2009, and undated, collected, created, and used by Klein and members of his staffs in the course of his daily professional and personal lives, which were often intertwined. The majority of the papers document Klein's relationship with Richard Milhous Nixon and the perception of Nixon by the media; Klein began collecting Nixon-related material from the time they met in the mid-1940s. Working variously as press secretary, special assistant, and communications director, Klein's daily business involved acting as a conduit for information between Nixon and the media, and the records contain detailed information about Nixon's relationship with the media as filtered through Klein, as well as Klein's own relationship with the media. Of particular note are:

--the daily memorandums between H.R. Haldeman and Klein;

--reports on press coverage and biases;

--information on and transcripts of the Nixon-Kennedy debate;

--notes and memorandums regarding the planning and press coverage of Nixon's trip to Russia and texts of speeches made in Russia and Poland;

--memorandums between Nixon and Klein;

--press releases issued by Klein and his staff, and other organizations working in support of Nixon;

--notes, recordings, and films for and of Klein's speaking engagements during Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign and presidency;

--campaign research subject files;

--information and public relations materials for Nixon's Key Issues Committee and its members;

--schedules for the Nixon family;

--information for press logistics, particularly at the 1968 Republican National Convention;

--political cartoons and caricatures;

--campaign ephemera;

--Klein's Cabinet, Congressional Leadership, and Saturday planning committee meeting notes;

--communications policy information;

--photographs and film that document Nixon's long political career and Klein's role in it.

As a journalist and editor with Copley Newspapers, the papers record much of Klein's journalistic and editorial output. Of note are the copies of Klein's articles, columns, and editorials, dating from the 1940s to the years just before his death; his many speaking engagements from the years immediately after his departure from the Nixon administration; information on Copley Newspapers' Borrego Springs editorial and publishers conferences; and the multiple edited copies of chapters of his 1980 memoirs, Making it Perfectly Clear. Klein also participated in many philanthropic activities, which are documented in his papers. His work with the Kiwanis and San Diego Rotary Clubs is notable, as was his involvement with the San Diego business community, the founding of an Olympic training center in San Diego, and his relationship with the University of Southern California. Much of this activity is documented through ephemera and realia, including certificates, awards, and plaques.

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Organization

The collection is organized into eight series:

1. Richard Nixon's early political career

2. Richard Nixon's 1962 gubernatorial campaign and election

3. Richard Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign and election

4. Richard Nixon as president-elect

5. Richard Nixon's presidency

6. Herbert G. Klein's career in journalism and communications

7. Herbert G. Klein's work in public and community service

8. Herbert G. Klein personal material

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

USC Libraries Special Collections
2010
Doheny Memorial Library 206
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California, 90089-0189
213-740-5900
specol@usc.edu

Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF SITE. Advance notice required for access. The collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Manuscripts Librarian. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Acquisition

Gift of Klein family, 2008.

Processing Information

The collection was originally arranged somewhat haphazardly. The collection's overall original order was difficult to ascertain, as boxes were generally labeled with somewhat cryptic notations (e.g., Miscellaneous; File cabinet #1; 1968 Campaign; Media; etc.). An initial order based on the dates of materials in individual boxes (which tended to be consistent) and general subject matter was imposed in order to set processing priorities. The collection was processed in general chronological order, and where possible, Klein's original file order has been maintained, but an intellectual order has been imposed as well--material has been intellectually arranged in this finding aid to represent the various phases of Klein's long career, and to reflect the different kinds of materials produced and collected and the purposes to which those materials were originally put. Klein's filing system was also idiosyncratic; he filed documents either chronologically (and sometimes in reverse) or alphabetically, and interfiled correspondence with other kinds of documents, including clippings, press releases, and publications of various kinds. He also interfiled personal and non-Nixon business materials with materials produced while working for Nixon, and this material has been intellectually separated. Also included in the collection are some of the files created and maintained by various members of Klein's Nixon-era staff--Susie Low, Margita White, Ginger Savelle, Tina Burkheit and Jeni Brown--as well as book research materials culled and collected by Klein's research assistant Tom Searson. These materials both complement and duplicate material found elsewhere in the collection. In addition, many of the original boxes contained a lot of loose (i.e., unfiled) material upon which a physical and intellectual order was imposed. Processing was undertaken by Sue Luftschein from November 2009 to June 2010.

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Related Materials

Related materials

See the Herbert G. Klein materials housed in the Nixon Presidential Library, Yorba Linda, California, http://www.nixonlibrary.gov/forresearchers/find/textual/special/smof/klein.php

Materials created by Klein and his office staff can also be found in White House Staff Member and Office Files (Nixon Administration), 01/20/1969 - 08/09/1974, National Archives, College Park, Maryland.

Klein, Herbert G., Making it perfectly clear (NY: Doubleday, 1980).

Separated Materials

Klein's papers contained many published works, most of which have been separated from the papers and cataloged individually.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Copley Press, inc.. -- Archives
  • Metromedia, Inc. -- Archives
  • Republican National Convention (29th : 1968 : Miami Beach, Fla.) . -- Archives
  • Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi. -- Archives

Genre(s)

  • Appointment books
  • Audiocassettes
  • Audiotapes
  • Books
  • Brochures
  • Caricatures
  • CD-ROMs
  • Certificates
  • Checkbooks
  • Checks
  • Clippings
  • Correspondence
  • Ephemera
  • Financial records
  • Galley proofs
  • Invitations
  • Invoices
  • Itineraries
  • License plates
  • Maps
  • Memorandums
  • Motion pictures (visual works)
  • Notes
  • Pamphlets
  • Phonograph records
  • Photographic postcards
  • Photographs
  • Political cartoons
  • Posters
  • Press kits
  • Press releases
  • Printed ephemera
  • Programs (documents)
  • Public opinion polls
  • Publications
  • Realia
  • Receipts (financial records)
  • Reports
  • Schedules (time plans)
  • Scrapbooks
  • Slides (photographs)
  • Tax records
  • Telegrams
  • Textiles
  • Transcripts
  • Typescripts
  • Videotapes

Geographic Name(s)

  • California--Politics and government--1951---Archival resources
  • United States--Politics and government--20th century--Archival resources

Personal Name(s)

  • Agnew, Spiro T., 1918-1996 -- Archives
  • Buchanan, Patrick J., (Patrick Joseph), 1938- -- Archives
  • Buchanan, Patrick J., (Patrick Joseph), 1938- -- Correspondence
  • Colson, Charles W. -- Archives
  • Colson, Charles W. -- Correspondence
  • Copley, James S., (James Strohn) -- Archives
  • Copley, James S., (James Strohn) -- Correspondence
  • Ehrlichman, John -- Archives
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D., (Dwight David), 1890-1969 -- Archives
  • Finch, Robert H., (Robert Hutchinson), 1925-1995 -- Archives
  • Goldwater, Barry M., (Barry Morris), 1909-1998 -- Archives
  • Haldeman, H. R., (Harry R.), 1926-1993 -- Archives
  • Haldeman, H. R., (Harry R.), 1926-1993 -- Correspondence
  • Humphrey, Hubert H., (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978 -- Archives
  • Kennedy, John F., (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 -- Archives
  • Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968 -- Archives
  • Kissinger, Henry, 1923- -- Archives
  • Kissinger, Henry, 1923- -- Travel--China
  • Kissinger, Henry, 1923- -- Travel--Vietnam
  • Klein, Herbert G., (Herbert George), 1918-2009 -- Archives
  • Klein, Herbert G., (Herbert George), 1918-2009 -- Awards
  • Klein, Herbert G., (Herbert George), 1918-2009 -- Correspondence
  • Klein, Herbert G., (Herbert George), 1918-2009 -- Friends and associates
  • Klein, Herbert G., (Herbert George), 1918-2009 -- Relations with journalists
  • Klein, Herbert G., (Herbert George), 1918-2009 -- Travel--Cambodia
  • Klein, Herbert G., (Herbert George), 1918-2009 -- Travel--Europe
  • Klein, Herbert G., (Herbert George), 1918-2009 -- Travel--Russia (Federation)--Moscow
  • Klein, Herbert G., (Herbert George), 1918-2009 -- Travel--South America
  • Klein, Herbert G., (Herbert George), 1918-2009 -- Travel--Vietnam
  • Nixon, Pat, 1912-1993 -- Archives
  • Nixon, Richard M., (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 -- Archives
  • Nixon, Richard M., (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 -- Correspondence
  • Nixon, Richard M., (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 -- Friends and associates
  • Nixon, Richard M., (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 -- Inauguration, 1968
  • Nixon, Richard M., (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 -- Oratory
  • Nixon, Richard M., (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 -- Political activity
  • Nixon, Richard M., (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 -- Relations with journalists
  • Nixon, Richard M., (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 -- Travel--Russia (Federation)--Moscow
  • Rockefeller, Nelson A., (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979 -- Archives
  • Romney, George W., 1907-1995 -- Archives
  • Safire, William, 1929-2009 -- Archives
  • Safire, William, 1929-2009 -- Correspondence
  • Volpe, John A. -- Archives
  • Ziegler, Ronald L., (Ronald Louis), 1939- -- Archives

Subject(s)

  • Elections--California--Archival resources
  • Elections--United States--20th century--Archival resources
  • Governors--Election--Archival resources
  • Journalism and public relations--California--San Diego--20th century--Archival resources
  • Journalism and public relations--United States--20th century--Archival resources
  • Journalism--Political aspects--United States--20th century--Archival resources
  • Journalists--California--20th century--Archival resources
  • Journalists--United States--20th century--Archival resources
  • Political campaigns--California--1962--Archival resources
  • Political campaigns--United States--1968--Archival resources
  • Presidents--Inauguration--Archival resources
  • Presidents--United States--Election--1960--Archival resources
  • Presidents--United States--Election--1968--Archival resources
  • Presidents--United States--Press conferences--Archival resources
  • Presidents--United States--Staff--Archival resources
  • Vice-presidents--United States--Election--1956--Archival resources

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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

The collection contains audio (reel to reel and cassette) tapes, video tapes, and film. Appropriate equipment is required to listen to/view these materials.

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Collection Inventory

Series 1:  Richard Nixon's early political career 1940-1962  (Bulk, 1956-1961)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's early political career series contains correspondence, memorandums, press releases, transcripts, clippings, appointment books, photographs, ephemera, speeches, itineraries, reports, pamphlets, press kits, notes, cartoons, caricatures, and motion pictures generated, received, collected, and created by Herbert G. Klein, 1940-1962 (bulk 1956-1961), in performance of his daily duties as Special Assistant to the Vice President and Press Secretary for the Vice President during the 1958 and 1960 campaigns, and during Nixon's second term as Vice President. Included are memorandums sent to H.R. Haldeman by Klein; letters to and from Nixon that were handled by Klein's office; clippings, editorials and endorsements about and of Nixon; transcripts of Nixon speeches; itineraries for various trips; election and demographic information; reports on press coverage and biases; information on and transcripts of the Nixon-Kennedy debate; national and local newspaper staff and circulation information; notes and memorandums regarding the planning and press coverage of Nixon's trip to the Soviet Union; texts of speeches made in Russia and Poland; printed ephemera for the January 1957 Presidential and Vice-Presidential inaugurations; and photographs and films documenting Nixon's early political career, the 1956 Vice-presidential campaign, and the 1960 presidential election.

Organization

This series is organized into five subseries: Working files, Campaign materials, Media and press relations, Inauguration, and Photographs and film.

 Working files 1957-1962  (Bulk, 1959-1961)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's early political career working files subseries contains routine correspondence and memorandums, press releases and transcripts, clippings, appointment calendars, notes, photographs, and ephemera, generated, received, collected, and created by Herbert G. Klein, 1957-1962 (bulk 1959-1961), in performance of his daily duties as Special Assistant to the Vice President and Press Secretary for the Vice President during the 1958 and 1960 campaigns, and during Nixon's second term as Vice President. The subseries contains memorandums sent to H.R. Haldeman by Klein; letters to and from Nixon that were handled by Klein's office; and non-Nixon related material, including letters of congratulation sent to Klein upon being appointed editor of the San Diego Union.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged by type of material and alphabetically: calendars and appointment books are followed by a generally alphabetical file of material.

Box Folder

 Day file: A 1959-1961 

4 9

 Day file: B 1959-1961 

4 10-12

 Day file: C 1959-1961 

4 13-14

 Day file: D 1959-1961 

4 15

 Day file: E 1959-1961 

4 16

 Day file: F 1959-1961 

4 17

 Day file: G 1959-1961 

4 18

 Day file: H 1959-1961 

4 19-20

 Day file: I-J 1959-1961 

4 21

 Day file: K 1959-1961 

4 22

 Day file: L 1959-1961 

4 23

 Day file: M 1959-1961 

4 24-25

 Day file: N-O 1959-1961 

4 26

 Day file: P-Q 1959-1961 

4 27

 Day file: R 1959-1961 

4 28-29

 Day file: S 1959-1961 

4 30-33

 Day file: T 1959-1961 

4 34

 Day file: U-V 1959-1960 

4 35

 Day file: W 1959-1961 

5 1-2

 Day file: X-Z 1960 

5 3

 Day file: miscellaneous 1960 

5 4

 [Daily appointment diary] 1959 

5 16

 [Weekly calendar] 1960 

5 17

 [Daily appointment diary] 1961 

5 18

 1958 V.P. material 1958 

16 104-105

 Advance Man's Manual (prepared by Haldeman for Apr. 1-2, 60 meeting) 1960 

9 1

 Alsop, Stewart 1959 

9 2

 American Broadcasting Company 1959, 1961 

9 3

 Appearance background material from RN's trips--prepared by GG 1960 June 

9 4

 Armstrong, Fenton & Vinson, Inc. 1959-1960 

9 5

 Associated Press 1960 

9 6

 Baus and Ross 1959-1960 

9 7-9

 Bean, Richard 1959-1960 

9 10

 Bills introduced by RN beginning with 1950 (Senate term) circa 1960 

9 11

 Biossat, Bruce 1959 July 

9 12

 Bishop, Doc 1959 

9 13

 Brown, Constantine 1959-1960 

9 14

 Cabinet Committee on Price Stability for Economic Growth 1959 October 

9 15

 California--Legislative--Assembly 1957-1959 

9 16

 Campaign--1960 1959-1960 

9 17

 Copley Newspapers 1960 

9 18

 Clinton, Connecticut 1960 

9 19

 College Clubs for Nixon circa 1960 

9 20

 Columbia Broadcasting Company 1960-1961 

9 21

 Congratulations--Letters of, Editor of San Diego Union 1959 February 

9 22

 Congratulations--Letters of upon joining VP's staff 1959 May-June 

9 23

 Copley, James S. 1959-1961 

9 24

 Cross, Travis 1959-1960 

9 25

 Derry [New Hampshire] News 1959 

9 26

 Derus, Bill 1959-1960 

9 27

 DeToledano, Ralph circa 1960 

9 28

 [Diplomatic passport] 1959 

118 5

 Dille, Robert 1960 

9 29

 Doyle, Robert 1960 March 15 

9 30

 Drummond, Roscoe 1959-1960 

9 31

 Emory, Alan S. 1960 October 

9 32

 Family Weekly 1959 

9 33

 Field, Marshall, Jr. 1959-1960 

9 34

 Finney, Nat 1959 

9 35

 Flanigan, Peter 1960 

9 36

 Fleet, Major Reuben circa 1960 

9 37

 Foreign Affairs 1957-1959 

9 38

 Gilmore, W.S. 1959 

9 39

 Gregory, Frank 1959-1960 

9 40

 Hall, Joe circa 1960 

9 41

 Hammett, A.B.J. 1959 

9 42

 Harkness, Richard 1959 July 11 

9 43

 Hartmann, Robert 1960 January-February 

9 44

 Hatfield, Gov. Mark O. 1959 

9 45

 Healy, George, Jr. 1960 

9 46

 Hearst questions circa 1960 

9 47

 "The History of the Republican Party," 1956 

7 52

 Indiana 1960 

9 48

 International Press 1958-1959 

9 49

 Jacobs, Nathan 1960 

9 50

 Jewish Material--1960 1960 

9 51

 Kennedy, Jack 1960 May 

9 52

 Kennedy, Ed. 1959 October 

9 53

 Key, Bill 1959-1960 

9 54

 Kitchen debate 1968 July, October 

105 7

 Kittay, Mack E. 1959-1960 

9 55

 Kornitzer, Bella 1959-1960 

9 56

 Loeb, William 1959-1960 

9 57

 McCaffrey, Stanley E. 1959-1960 

9 58

 McCrary, Tex 1960 

9 59

 McGill, Ralph 1960 

9 60

 Media mailing lists 1958-1960 

9 61

 [Memo and report re technical methods for achieving international peace, with report from Convair] 1955 August, 1957 February 

126 22

 [Memo from RN re Chile] 1959 August 28 

68 1

 Memos from RN--Past 1959-1961 

9 62-63

 Memos from HGK to RN & Staff 1960-1961 

9 64

 Montgomery, Ruth 1959 July 5 

9 65

 Morgan, Helen 1959 September 18 

9 66

 Murrow, Edward R. 1959 March 11 

9 67

 National Broadcasting Company 1959 December 18 

9 68

 National Newspaper Survey 1960, 1962 

9 69

 Nebraska circa 1960 

9 70

 Newsweek 1959 

9 71

 New Hampshire 1959-1960 

9 72

 New Jersey 1959 December 12 

9 73

 New Yorkers for Nixon 1959 

9 74

 Nixon (Misc.) 1950, 1956-1957 

1 24

 Pat Nixon 1958 

1 18

 Niven, Paul 1959 July 7 

9 75

 Nixon, Don 1960 October 

9 76

 Nixon, Patricia circa 1960 

9 77

 O'Brien, Edward 1959 

9 78

 Oregon 1960 

9 79

 Pearson, Drew 1960 June 1 

9 80

 Pegler, Westbrook 1959-1960 

10 1

 Personal--HGK 1959-1961 

10 2-3

 Pittsburgh Courier reprints 1960 July 23 

10 4

 Polish Press 1959-1960 

10 5

 Rearwin, Kenneth R. 1959 June 

10 6

 Post-election HGK press conferences--transcripts 1960 November 

10 7

 Promotional ideas 1960 

10 8

 Primaries 1960 

10 9-10

 Press conferences HGK 1960 

10 11

 Press releases 1960 

10 12-15

 Radio-TV appearances turn-downs by state 1960 

10 16

 Republican National Committee 1947-1956 

1 14

 Republican National Convention 1960 

10 17

 Resolution for Nixon Committees 1960 

10 18

 RN--general information 1959-1960 

10 19

 Rockefeller, Nelson 1959-1960 

10 20

 Roos, B.C. Ed. 1960 

10 21

 Rountree, Martha 1959 

10 22

 Russian trip 1959 

10 23-24

 San Diego Union 1958-1961 

10 25-26

 Savelson, Erwin 1959 

10 27

 Schreiber, Flora Rheta 1959, 1961 

10 28

 Sergeant, Dwight 1959 September 8 

10 29

 Sigma Delta Chi speech [HGK], New York, Dec. 2, 1960 1960 

10 30

 Slonim, Captain Gilven, USN 1959 

10 31

 Snyder, Camilla 1960 

10 32

 Sontag, Fred 1959-1960 

10 33

 South American Press 1959 August 31 

10 34

 Spadea Syndication, Inc. 1959 July 28 

10 35

 Sprague, Bill 1960 

10 36-38

 [Staff lists] 1960, 1962 

16 101

 Staff ode to RN on his birthday 1961 January 9 

7 39

 Statements by RN 1960 

10 39-41

 Statements by RN 1960 

11 1-4

 Steel 1960 

11 5

 Student clippings 1960 

11 6

 Television appearances by RN (general information from Ted R[ogers]) circa 1960 

11 7

 Texans for Nixon 1960 

11 8

 "The 1960 Elections--A Summary Report," 1961 April 

11 9

 This Week 1959 

11 10

 Ticker stories sent to RN 1960 

11 11

 Ticker Tape--Associated Press 1960 

11 12

 Ticker Tape--UPI 1960 

11 13

 Time-Life 1959 

11 14

 Toledo Blade 1959 

11 15

 Transcripts 1960 

11 16-17

 United Press International 1959-1960 

11 18

 Wallis, Dean Allen 1960 

6 29

 West Virginia 1960 

11 19

 Whitaker & Baxter 1960 

11 20-21

 White, William S. 1959 

11 22

 Williamsburg, Virginia--map circa 1960 

11 23

 Wilson, Congressman Bob 1959-1960 

11 24

 Wisconsin 1960 

11 25

 Young, Masco 1959 

11 26

 Campaign materials 1951-1961  (Bulk, 1960)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's early political career campaign materials subseries contains clippings, speeches, itineraries, reports, and pamphlets, 1951-1961 (bulk 1960), created and collected by Herbert G. Klein primarily for the 1960 presidential election. The papers also contain information about the 1952, 1956, and 1958 campaigns and/or elections. Included are clippings about Nixon's trips; editorials and endorsements; transcripts of Nixon speeches; itineraries for various trips; information about cities to be visited; poll results; information on primaries and the presidential vote; survey results; post election analyses; and a speech kit published by the Republican Congressional Committee.

Arrangement

This subseries maintains the original order, which is generally by type of document.

Box Folder

 Nixon's Western Trip 1959 February 15-18 

1 16

 1958 Campaign 1958 

1 19

 Nixon--Speeches 1957-1958 

1 20-21

 Nixon [Tours] 1956, 1958 

1 23

 HGK Black Book: first campaign week 1960 September 12-17 

5 5

 Herb Klein: second campaign week 1960 September 

5 6

 Fourth campaign week 1960 October 3-7 

5 7

 State and National Polls: Nixon vs. Kennedy 1960 

5 8

 Election fact sheet 1960 

6 4

 RN's remarks before joint session of Congress (Electoral College) 1961 January 6 

7 40

 [Pamphlets] 1960 

7 42-49

 Staff biographies--file copies 1960 

11 39

 Background material on RN and his family 1960 

11 40

 Worthy, James C. 1961 March 1 

11 41

 Acceptance speech--by RN at the Repubican National Convention in Chicago 1960 July 28 

12 7

 Itinerary and schedules--1960 presidential campaign 1960 

12 8-9

 [Staff memo re: speech pack] 1960 June 8 

13 4

 [Campaign planning] 1960 August 1 

13 11

 Primary information 1959-1960 

13 12

 [Nixon itinerary, September 12-17, 1960] 1960 September 

13 13

 Third campaign week [background information] 1960 September 

13 14

 Fourth campaign week [background information] 1960 October 

13 15

 Fifth campaign week [background information] 1960 October 

13 16

 Sixth campaign week [background information] circa 1960 November 

13 17

 7th campaign week [background information] 1960 October 

13 18

 8th campaign week to Nov. 8 [background information] circa 1960 November 

13 19

 8th campaign week [background information] circa 1960 October-November 

13 20

 [Organization and planning kit for Midwest volunteers] 1960 September-October 

13 21

 Win with Nixon program 1960 

13 22

 National B-H telephone survey 1960 September 1 

13 23

 Post-election analysis 1960-1961 

13 24-25

 1960 Congressional campaign speech kit 1960 

13 30-31

 "Delegates & Alternates to the 1960 Republican Convention," 1960 July 

13 32

 "Third Annual Free Citizen's Voting Record," 1961 

14 17

 [Congressional Quarterly report on 1960 election returns] 1961 March 10 

16 99

 [Nixon campaign tour map] 1956 September-November 

36 1

 [Campaign press package] 1960 

129 23-25

 'Where's Johnny?" [campaign leaflet] 1960 

129 26

 "Off the Record" [campaign leaflet] 1960 

129 27

 [Foreign policy campaign leaflet] 1960 

129 28

 [Congressional Quarterly, "The Public Record of Richard M. Nixon"] 1960 March 11 

129 29

 [Congressional Quarterly, "Kennedy, Nixon Organizations"] 1960 September 23 

129 30

 [Nixon biography] circa 1960 

129 31

 ["The Challenge of 1952," address by Nixon] 1951 July 3 

129 34

 [Lincoln and Nixon] circa 1959 

129 35
Box

 [Campaign ephemera] 1960 

163

 Republican Campaign Song: Click with Dick [phonograph record] 1960 

193

 Media and press relations 1958-1961  (Bulk, 1960)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's early political career media and press relations subseries contains clippings, correspondence, memorandums, press releases, transcripts, press kits, notes, reports, audiotapes, motion pictures, cartoons, and caricatures, 1958-1961, collected, created and used by Herbert G. Klein, and to document Nixon's relationship with the popular media (newspapers, magazines, and television) primarily during the 1960 presidential campaing. Included are reports on press coverage and biases; information on the televised Nixon-Kennedy debate and transcripts of that debate; national and local newspaper staff and circulation information; correspondence, clippings and speeches relating to Nixon and African-American relations; notes and memorandums regarding the planning and press coverage of Nixon's trip to the Soviet Union; texts of speeches made in the Soviet Union and Poland; poll results; transcripts of various Nixon speeches and remarks; and logistical information for journalists traveling with the campaign.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder

 [1961 election clippings] 1961 November 

15 24

 Advance appearance kit--1960 campaign 1960 

7 9

 Amb. Lodge Abingdon, Pa. trip Friday, September 2, 1960 1960 September 2 

12 59

 American Nat'l for N-L (3 release) September 18, 1960 1960 September 18 

12 80

 American Nationalities for Nixon-Lodge release 9/12/60 1960 September 12 

12 74

 [Appointment of] James Hooper, Mississippi 1960 October 21 

7 26

 [Appointment of] Roger and Colette Samuelsen to campaign staff--release 1960 October 20 

7 23

 Appt. Horace Henderson, Exe Dr. Am. Nat'l for N-L 9/19/60 1960 September 19 

12 82

 Arizona, Missouri & North Carolina Chairmen release--9/13/60 1960 September 13 

12 79

 Background session [audiotape] 1960 March 31 

171 1

 Background session June 3, 1960 1960 May-June 

12 23

 Background session June 9, 1960 1960 June 

12 24

 Background session June 17, 1960 1960 March-June 

12 25

 Baltimore kick-off rally Thurs., Sept. 8, 1960 1960 September 8 

12 73

 Biased reports--1960 campaign 1961 

39 24

 Campaign schedule--first week, Thursday, September 1, 1960 1960 September 1 

12 54

 Children's campaign contribution release--Wed., Sept. 7, 1960 1960 September 7 

12 70

 [Clipping and typescript of article on RMN's South American tour by Frederick Sontag] 1958 May-June 

129 1

 Columbia, S.C. appearance release November 3 1960 October 20 

7 25

 Congratulations--Letters of Russian trip 1959 

6 31

 Convention releases 1960 July 

12 43

 Cooper tobacco program release Thursday, September 8, 1960 1960 September 8 

12 71

 Doctor's committee for Nixon-Lodge--Sat. Sept. 3, 1960 1960 September 3 

12 63

 E. Frederic Morrow release Thursday, Sept. 8, 1960 1960 September 8 

12 72

 Florida Vol[unteers] for N-L release 1960 September 26 

7 12

 [Foreign policy statement] circa 1958 

13 3

 Fred Scribner release re: second hour for October 21 debate 1960 October 20 

7 21
Drawer

 [Gold medal citation to Nixon from Radio and Television Executives Society] 1961 March 9 

?
Box Folder

 Good Housekeeping 1960 June 

24 38

 Information on RN's foreign trips circa 1960 

13 6

 Haldeman, Robert--photographs and negatives of picture taken 10/26/61 1961 October 26 

13 10

 Hearst questions and answers (never used) 1960 September 

13 8

 Herb Klein, concession of Nixon 1960 November 

171 14

 HGK [audiotape] 1960 April 8 

171 2

 HGK--future plans 1960 December 29 

7 37
Box

 HGK news conference [motion picture] 1960 July 23 

239

 HGK news conference [motion picture] 1960 November 9 

240
Box Folder

 HGK press conference [audiotape] 1960 August 11 

171 9

 HGK press conference [audiotape] 1960 August 29 

171 13

 HGK press conferences [audiotape] 1960 August 12-17 

171 10

 HGK press conferences [audiotape] 1960 August 22-24 

171 11

 HGK press conferences [audiotape] 1960 August 29-September 1 

171 12

 HGK press sessions [audiotape] 1960 April 22, July 7 

171 3

 HGK press sessions [audiotape] 1960 April 29, June 3 

171 4

 HGK press sessions [audiotape] 1960 May 6, June 9 

171 5

 HGK press sessions [audiotape] 1960 May 20 

171 6

 HGK press sessions [audiotape] 1960 May 13, June 17 

171 8

 HGK--Radio and TV Executives Award Dinner, NY [audiocassette] 1961 March 9 

171 15

 HGK sessions [audiotape] 1960 May 26, June 3 

171 7

 Hungarian Revolution--4th anniversary, RN statement 1960 October 20 

7 22

 Israel for Nixon 1960 October 10 

7 15

 Jewish New Year's statement Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1960 1960 September 6 

12 67

 Lawyers for Nixon-Lodge Com. Saturday, Sept. 5, 1960 1960 September 5 

12 66
Box

 [Leonard Hall interview--audiocassettes] 1974 July 18 

189
Box Folder

 Lodge Labor Day statement Friday, September 2, 1960 1960 September 2 

12 60

 ["Meet the Press" transcript] 1960 September 11 

7 41

 Memo from HK--"Moratorium," 1960 September 26 

7 11

 Memo to press: Johnson quotation 1960 October 5 

7 14

 Memo to traveling press Friday, September 9, 1960 1960 September 9 

12 77

 Miscellaneous [press] releases, Convention to September 12, 1960 1960 

7 1

 Miscellaneous statements, Q&A sessions, and speeches by RN, January '60 to Convention 1960 

7 2-3

 Montana state chairman of Volunteers for Nixon-Lodge Sept. 3, 1960 1960 September 3 

12 62

 Negroes 1960 

7 50

 New York Independent Citizens for Nixon-Lodge--9/23/60 1960 September 23 

12 85

 "Newspaper Front Pages: Presidential Election 1960" 1960 

13 33

 Nixon appearances and speeches--1960--clippings, etc. 1961 

6 34

 [Nixon clippings] 1958 

2 1-7

 [Nixon clippings] 1958 

7 63-65

 [Nixon itineraries and schedules] 1960 September-December 

68 2

 Nixon, Richard, post-nomination speeches, press conferences, campaign plans 1957-1960 

129 32
Box

 Nixon Visit to Russia, and Services at Baptist Church in Moscow [audiotape] 1959 August 

193
Box Folder

 ["The Nixons at Home," Ladies Home Journal] 1960 February 

130 5

 [Political cartoons of Castro and Khruschev by De Abla and JAS] circa 1960 

133 1

 Polls 1959-1960 

11 27-29

 [Press and staff travel memo] 1958 October 20 

13 2

 Press background session Friday, May 13, 1960 1960 April-May 

12 22

 Press background session Friday, May 20, 1960 1960 May 

12 21

 Press conference, May 26, 1960 1960 April-May 

12 11

 Press conference June 23, 1960 1960 May-June 

12 26

 Press conference Thursday, July 7, 1960 1960 June-July 

12 27

 Press conference Monday, August 1, 1960 1960 August 1 

12 28

 Press conference Monday, August 8, 1960 1960 August 8 

12 29

 Press conference Wednesday, August 10, 1960 1960 August 10 

12 30

 Press conference Thursday, August 11, 1960 1960 June, August 

12 31

 Press conference Friday, August 12, 1960 1960 July-August 

12 32

 Press conference Monday, August 15, 1960 1960 August 

12 33

 Press conference Tuesday, August 16, 1960 1960 August 16 

12 34

 Press conference Wednesday, August 17, 1960 1960 August 

12 35

 Press conference Wednesday, August 17, 1960 1960 August 

12 36

 Press conference Thursday, August 18, 1960 1960 August 18 

12 37

 Press conference Friday, August 19, 1960 1960 August 

12 38

 Press releases Saturday, August 20, 1960 1960 August 20 

12 39

 Press conference Monday, August 22, 1960 1960 August 

12 40

 Press conference Tuesday, August 23, 1960 1960 August 

12 41

 Press releases--Wednesday, Aug. 24, 1960 1960 August 24 

12 42

 Press conference Thursday, August 25, 1960 1960 August 

12 44

 Press releases Friday, August 26, 1960 1960 August 26 

12 45

 Press conference and releases Saturday August 27, 1960 1960 August 

12 46

 Press conference Monday, August 29, 1960 1960 August 

12 48

 Press conference and releases--Tuesday, August 30, 1960 1960 August 30 

12 49

 Press conference Wednesday, August 31, 1960 1960 August 31-September 1 

12 50

 Press conference Thursday, September 1, 1960 1960 September 

12 52

 Press conference Friday, Sept. 2, 1960 1960 September 

12 58

 [Press conference transcript, Camden, NJ] 1960 June 9 

13 5

 [Press coverage, 1960 campaign] 1960 December 

6 28

 [Press distribution lists] 1960 

11 42

 [Press Intelligence, Inc. reports] 1958 May-July 

129 2-3

 Press Intelligence [Inc.] reports 1958 

3 7

 Rally--Friendship Airport (same story--different lead) 9/9/60 1960 September 9 

12 76

 R.E.A. [Rural Electrification Administration] statement 1960 October 12 

7 18

 Release--Columbia, S.C. appearance releases, 9/21/60 1960 September 21 

12 83

 Release--Democratic platform breakdown on budget 1960 October 2 

7 13

 Release--Endorsement of Major Mario G. Remo (Demo.) 1960 

7 10

 Release for Sunday, 1/8/61 re: RHF future 1961 January 6 

7 38

 Release re: Finch, Flanigan, Mahoney trip--Ft. Worth, Tex. 1960 November 2 

7 32

 Release re: last week and last days of campaign 1960 October 31 

7 31

 Release--Robert Kennedy's religion statement (re: literature being distributed) 1960 October 24 

7 28

 Releases--appearance in New Jersey 1960 October 31 

7 30

 Retired Servicemen's Committee for Nixon-Lodge--Tues., Sept. 6, 1960 1960 September 6 

12 68

 Richard Nixon-Fidel Castro Conversation, April 18, 1959 1959-1960 

3 8

 RN in Lexington, Kentucky statement, Sept. 3, 1960 1960 September 3 

12 61

 RN-Kennedy television debate 1960 

6 5

 RN statement from Miami 1960 November 17 

7 36

 RN's position papers--1960 campaign 1960 

11 30

 RN statement to American youth Saturday, Sept. 5, 1960 1960 September 5 

12 64

 Russia [trip press materials and information] 1959 

129 44

 [Russian Trip] 1959 

6 30

 RN's Labor Day message Thursday, September 1, 1960 1960 September 1 

12 51

 Salinger, Pierre, "With Kennedy," 1966 

3 9

 Sanford Weiner [appointment] release 1960 October 11 

7 16

 Scripps-Howard questions 1960 September-October 

13 7

 Second celebrities for Nixon-Lodge release--Sept. 2, 1960 1960 September 2 

12 56

 Second rally at Baltimore release--immediate--9/9/60 1960 September 9 

12 75

 Second release on PN in Lexington, KY--Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1960 1960 September 6 

12 69

 "Speeches and statements of the Vice President of the United States Richard Nixon in connection with his visit to the Soviet Union and Poland, July 22 to August 5, 1959," 1959 

7 51

 Staff "ode" to RN Thursday, September 1, 1960 1960 September 1 

12 55

 [State newspaper information: Alabama-Florida] circa 1960 

5 9

 [State newspaper information: Georgia-Indiana] circa 1960 

5 10

 [State newspaper information: Kansas-New Hampshire] circa 1960 

5 11

 [State newspaper information: New Jersey-Ohio] circa 1960 

5 12

 [State newspaper information: Oklahoma-South Dakota] circa 1960 

5 13

 [State newspaper information: Tennessee-Virginia] circa 1960 

5 14

 [State newspaper information: Washington-Wyoming] circa 1960 

5 15

 Statement by Admiral Arthur W. Radford 1960 October 20 

7 20

 Statement by Arthur Gardner re: Cuba 1960 October 25 

7 29

 Statement by RHF [Robert H. Finch] re: 5 minute commercial by JFK 1960 October 21 

7 27

 Statement--Emily Smith Warner endorsement of VP 1960 October 20 

7 24

 Statement on civil service 1960 November 3 

7 33

 Statement on education (NEA original request) Sept. 1960 1959 September 

12 53

 Statement on "Moratorium" by Hugh Scott Sept. 23, 1960--Kansas City Kan. 1960 September 23 

12 84

 [Statements and remarks by Nixon] 1958 

13 1

 Text of exchange of telegrams between HGK and John Roosevelt 1960 November 5 

7 35

 Text of RN reply re: Connally Amendment 1960 

11 31

 Text of telegram from RN to all GOP state and county chairmen 1960 November 4 

7 34

 [Transcripts and statements] 1960 

11 33-38

 Traveling press 1960 

13 9

 Traveling press lists--1960 presidential campaign 1960 

12 10

 TV debate transcripts--1960 campaign 1960 

7 4-5

 Veterans statement 1960 October 12 

7 19

 W.C. Handy release, Memphis, Tenn. 1960 October 11 

7 17

 Walter Thayer release Monday, Sept. 5, 1960 1960 September 5 

12 65

 Willard Edwards excerpt 1960 

11 32

 Win with Nixon release Friday, Sept. 2, 1960 1960 September 2 

12 57

 Women for Nixon-Lodge release--Fri., Sept. 9, 1960 1960 September 9 

12 78

 Women for Nixon-Lodge 9/19/60 release 1960 September 19 

12 81

 Zionist message--Saturday, August 27, 1960 1960 August 27 

12 47

 Inauguration January 1957 

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's Early political career Inauguration subseries contains invitations, programs, ephemera, clippings collected by Herbert G. Klein for the January 1957 Presidential and Vice-Presidential inauguration. Also included is the Nixons' schedule for the inauguration.

Arrangement

This subseries maintains its original order.

Box Folder

 [Inaugural event invitations] 1957 January 

36 2

 [Inaugural event programs] 1957 January 

36 3

 [Inaugural ephemera] 1957 January 

36 4

 [Inaugural clippings] 1957 January 

36 5

 [Nixons' inaugural schedule] 1957 January 18-21 

36 6

 Photographs and film 1940-1960  (Bulk, 1956-1960)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's Early political career photographs and film subseries consists of photographs and motion pictures, circa 1940s-1961, collected and created by and for Herbert G. Klein for use in Nixon's various political campaigns (primarily the 1956 Vice-presidential campaign and the 1960 presidential election) and as documentation of events in Nixon's early political career.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged by date.

Box Folder

 [Nixon family] circa 1940s 

209 17

 [Nixon during World War II] circa 1945 

209 18

 [Nixon] 1949 June 4 

209 19

 [1950 campaign photographs] 1950 

212 1

 [HGK, Marge, Nixon and Pat] circa 1950s 

209 20

 Washington Star picture of "Frostie" story circa 1950s 

209 21

 [HGK with Nixon] circa 1950s 

213 1

 [Nixon and Checkers] 1952 September 

209 22

 Nixon Pomona rally--glossies (campaign kickoff) 1952 September 17 

209 23

 [Nixon at Portland campaign rally] 1954 October 

209 24

 RN presides at Cabinet meeting 1955 July 22 

209 25

 [Nixon in Wabash, Indiana] 1955 September 17 

209 26

 RN on Leon Fairbanks farm, Boise, Idaho 1956 September 20 

209 27

 Crowd reaction--Chicago, Ill., Oct. 1956 campaign 1956 October 

209 28

 RN with children about to be flown to US 1956 December 19 

209 29

 [1956 campaign photographs] 1956 

209 30

 [1956 campaign photograph] 1956 

212 2

 [Nixon in Santa Monica] 1956 

209 31

 Finch, Klein & Rose in the formal office circa 1956 

209 33

 [Nixon] circa 1956 

203 1

 [Contact sheets--Pat, Julie and Tricia] circa 1956 

209 32
Box

 [Autographed photograph of Dwight David Eisenhower] circa 1956 

219
Box Folder

 Women's touch--PN with Moroccan girl 1957 

210 1

 On the spot--VP in Liberia 1957 

210 2

 President's greeting VP and Sultan of Morocco 1957 

210 3

 RN for autographing 1957-circa 1960 

210 4

 RN--PN--Tricia and Julie on RN's return from South America at airport 1958 May 15 

210 5

 RN with Queen Elizabeth on her arrival at American Embassy, London, Eng. 1958 November 27 

210 6

 PN in England with cookery class 1958 

210 7

 VP and Mayor Marin in Ecuador 1958 

210 8

 [Nixon in South America] 1958 

210 9

 VP and Mrs. in Paraguay 1958 

210 10

 VP in Argentina 1958 

210 11

 PM MacMillan and VP in Britain 1958 

210 12

 VP and San Salvador school children 1958 

210 13

 VP and Archbishop Arellano, Guatemala City 1958 

210 14

 [Nixon appearances] circa 1958 

210 15

 VP and refugee tossing football, Capitol office circa 1958 

210 16

 VP throwing first ball circa 1958 

210 17

 [Nixon at appearance with Queen Elizabeth] circa 1958 

210 18

 [Nixon family at NY airport] 1959 June 

210 19

 Russia and Poland 1959 July-August 

210 20
Box

 [Kitchen debate--videotape] 1959 July 24 

247
Box Folder

 Los Angeles City College 1959 November 6 

210 21

 RN golfing--Irvine Country Club 1959 November 

210 23

 VP at Soviet Agri[culture] and Industrial Exposition 1959 

210 23

 [Nixon and Khruschev] 1959 

210 24
Box

 [National Geographic Society photographs (2) of Nixon in Russia, with Khruschev] 1959 

219
Box Folder

 VP with Tom Mboya 1959 

210 25

 [Nixon in Russia] 1959 

210 26

 [Nixon and Khruschev] 1959 

203 2

 [Nixon in Africa] 1959 

211 1

 VP in Leningrad 1959 

211 2

 VP and Ali Mirghandi, Sudan 1959 

211 3

 Italian Pres. Gronchi and VP in Italy circa 1959 

211 4

 Nixon miscellaneous circa 1950s 

211 5

 RN at the Rose Bowl 1960 January 2 

212 3

 RN meeting with Boy Scouts in Washington 1960 February 

212 4-6

 [Nixon-Kennedy debate] 1960 

203 3

 [Nixon on campaign trail] circa 1960 

203 4

 [HGK and Pierre Salinger] 1960 

204 1

 [HGK] circa 1960 

204 2

 [Photograph of newspaper caption re 1960 concession press conference] 1960 

204 14

 [HGK and Jim Hagerty] circa 1960 

206 12

 RN with Adenauer 1960 March 

211 6

 RN with Ben Gurion 1960 March 

211 12

 RN and Herter and MacMillan at Camp David 1960 March 29 

211 7

 RN at Republican women's rally 1960 April 4 

211 13

 RN and PN with Billy Graham 1960 June 22 

211 8

 [Nixon family] 1960 July 29 

212 7

 [HGK, Nixon, and James Copley] circa 1960 

211 9

 RN with Herbert Hoover circa 1960 

211 10

 RN with Mr. and Mrs. Len Hall circa 1960 

211 11

 [HGK and Nixon] 1960 August 10 

211 14

 [Pierre Salinger] 1960 

211 15

 [HGK and Pierre Salinger] 1960 

211 16

 [1960 campaign] 1960 

213 13

 [1960 campaign] 1960 

211 17-19

 [1960 campaign] 1959-1960 

211 20

 [1960 campaign pictures] 1960 

211 21-22

 [Nixon with the Mayor of Tijuana] 1960 November 9 

212 8

 RN and staff 1960 

212 9

 [Nixon portraits] circa 1960 

212 10

 [Pat Nixon] circa 1960 

212 11

 [HGK] circa 1960 

212 12

 [Nixons with unidentified] circa 1960 

212 14

 [Nixon] circa 1960 

212 15

 [Nixon] birth place circa 1960 

212 16

 RN on the farm circa 1960 

212 17

 [Richard Nixon campaigning] circa 1960 

212 18

 [Richard Nixon] circa 1960 

212 19

 [Autographed photographs of Richard Nixon] circa 1960 

212 20
Box

 [Autographed photographs of Richard Nixon] circa 1960 

221
Box Folder

 Nixon and Pat circa 1960 

213 2

 [HGK and Nixon at American Veterans Luncheon] 1960 

213 3

 [Slides of talk about 1960 election] undated 

216 11

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Series 2:  Richard Nixon's 1962 gubernatorial campaign and election 1950-1963  (Bulk, 1961-1962)

Scope and Content

Richard Nixon's 1962 gubernatorial campaign and election series consists of correspondence, memorandums, clippings, public opinion polls, questionnaires, pamphlets, notes, invoices, receipts, ephemera, reports press releases, transcripts, photographs, motion pictures, and ephemera 1950-1963 (bulk 1961-1962), created, generated, collected and used by Herbert G. Klein during the course of daily campaign activities. Included are memorandums from Richard Nixon to Klein; personal letters to Klein regarding his performance during the campaign; correspondence and memorandums relating to publicity and campaign coverage; voting information; campaign materials; press releases issued by Klein and his staff during the campaign; and clippings about the campaign.

Organization

This series is organized into three subseries: Working files, Campaign materials, and Media and press relations.

 Working files 1950-1963  (Bulk, 1961-1962)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's 1962 gubernatorial campaign and election working files subseries contains correspondence, memorandums, clippings, pamphlets, reports, and notes, 195o-1963 (bulk 1961-1962), created, generated, collected and used by Herbert G. Klein during the course of daily campaign activities. Included are memorandums from Richard Nixon to Klein; personal letters to Klein from colleagues and the general public praising his performance during the campaign; correspondence and memorandums relating to publicity and campaign coverage; requests for copies of speeches and articles; information on Nixon telethons; and voting information.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged generally in alphabetical order.

Box Folder

 ABC-Hiss TV show 1962-1963 

14 19

 Advisory Council 1962 

14 20

 Biased campaign coverage 1962-1963 

14 23

 Campaign smears 1962 

14 21

 Correspondence--general 1962 

14 22

 "Financing the 1960 Election" by Herbert E. Alexander 1962 

14 16

 Governor Brown 1962 

14 24

 HK letters 1961-1963 

14 25

 [Helen Gahagan Douglas speech] 1950, 1963 

16 98

 Hughes Loan 1962 October 

14 27

 Klein commendations 1959-1963 

14 26

 Newsletter 1962 April 

14 28

 Organization and policies 1961-1962 

14 29

 Pamphlets 1962 

14 30

 Poll--California (Field Research) 1961-1963 

14 31

 Poll--Gallup 1961-1962 

14 32

 Poll--Kerch 1961-1962 

14 33

 Poll--Misc. 1961-1962 

14 34

 Publicity--favorable 1961-1962 

14 35-36

 Publicity--unfavorable 1961-1962 

14 37-38

 RN articles, statements 1962 

14 39

 Requests for speeches and articles 1961-1963 

14 40

 "Responsibility in Party Finance" by Herbert E. Alexander 1963 July 

14 15

 RN-Brown debates 1962 

15 1

 RN-HK correspondence 1961-1963 

15 2

 RN columns 1961-1962 

15 3

 RN-JSC [James S. Copley] communiques 1962 November 7 

15 4

 San Diego campaign office 1961-1962 

15 5

 RN-Shell [Joseph C. Shell] relationship 1961-1962 

15 6

 RN-staff memos 1962 

15 7

 Schedules 1962 

15 8-9

 "Six Crises," 1961-1962 

15 10

 ["Six Crises" releases and public relations] 1958-1961 

15 11

 Staff lists circa 1962 

15 12

 Staff memos 1961-1962 

15 13

 Suggestions 1961-1962 

15 14

 Telethons 1962 

15 15

 Trousdale Estates 1962 

15 16

 TV and radio 1961-1962 

15 17

 UPI conference 10/1 1962 

15 18

 Votes cast 1962 

15 19

 Voting practices 1962 

15 20

 Herb Klein--FYI 1961-1962 

7 53-55

 1962 Gubernatorial Campaign final press conference 1962-1963 

3 12

 Willing helpers 1961-1962 

15 21

 Campaign materials 1960-1963  (Bulk, 1962)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's 1962 gubernatorial campaign and election campaign materials subseries contains invoices, receipts, public opinion polls, opinion surveys, ephemera, and reports, 1960-1963 (bulk 1962), created, collected, and used by Herbert G. Klein during his activities as Nixon's Press Secretary during the 1962 California gubernatorial campaign.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder

 62 campaign 1960-1963 

15 23

 1962 Campaign expense account 1962 

3 11

 [1962 election analysis and 1966 projections] circa 1962 

15 22

 California poll--Oct. 12, 14 and 15, 1961--mailed to Washington, D.C. and national media list 11/3/61 1961 October 

12 2

 Candidate's Fact Book 1962 

13 37

 [Nixon bumper stickers] 1962 

14 13

 Nixon for Governor Speaker's Manual 1962 

14 1-2

 Planning calendar 1962 

14 18

 "Public Opinion Study Concerning the 1962 Gubernatorial Election Conducted in Los Angeles County, September 22 and 23, 1962," 1962 October 8 

13 34

 "Public Opinion Study Concerning the November 1962 California Elections, State Issues and Business Climate Conducted Statewide Among California Registered Voters," 1962 August 

13 35-36

 [Republican volunteer application forms] circa 1962 

16 100
Box

 [Campaign ephemera] 1962 

163

 Media and press relations 1961-1963  (Bulk, 1962)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's 1962 gubernatorial campaign and election media and press relations subseries contains press releases, transcripts, clippings, notes, photographs, and ephemera, 1961-1963 (bulk 1962), generated, collected, and used by Herbert G. Klein during the California gubernatorial campaign and election. The bulk of the records consist of press releases issued by Klein and his staff during the campaign. Also included are clippings about the campaign, vote estimates, and election guides.

Arrangement

This subseries maintains the original order, which is generally by date.

Box Folder

 [1962 campaign releases] 1962 

129 4

 [1962 campaign releases photographs] 1962 

129 5

 Channel 2 [KNXT] Election Guide 1962 

14 14

 Excerpts of remarks--Catholic Press Council of Southern California, Beverly Hills, Nov. 9, 1961 1961 November 9 

12 4

 Excerpts of remarks--Northern California Republican dinner--San Francisco, Calif. 1961 November 13 

12 6

 Excerpts of remarks--Republican fundraising dinner--San Diego, California Oct. 26, 1961 1961 

12 3

 Knight press conference--10/4/61 in LA, and text of Edgerton letter 1961 October 4 

12 1

 Transcript of press conference, LA, Sept. 27, 1961, Announcement for Gov. 1961 September 27 

11 43

 Statement by RN on Republican defeat in New York & New Jersey 1961 November 9 

12 5

 Wm. S. White editorial--"Nixon verdict 'Not Guilty'"--Oct 6, 1961--mailed to all Calif. dailies, 11/3/61 1961 October 

12 12

 Release--Appointment Chad McClelland 1962 January 16 

15 26

 Release--Governor Brown 1962 January 18 

15 27

 RN remarks--Personnel & Industrial Relations Assn., Los Angeles 1962 January 24 

15 28

 Release--Appointment Maurice Stans So. Calif. Finance Chairman 1962 February 2 

15 29

 Release--Appointment Andrew Downey Orrick Chairman No. Calif. Nixon For Gov. 1962 February 6 

15 30

 RN remarks--Lincoln Day Dinner--Santa Monica 1962 February 9 

15 31

 RN remarks--25th Anniv. Assn. for Study Negro Life, Pasadena 1962 February 11 

15 32

 RN remarks--Gene Brito dinner, Pasadena 1962 February 14 

15 33

 RN remarks--Marysville community dinner 1962 February 15 

15 34

 RN remarks--Engr. & Grading Contractors conference, Sacramento 1962 February 15 

15 35

 RN remarks--Sierra Cascade logging conference, Redding 1962 February 16 

15 36

 RN remarks--Precinct worker's dinner, Sacramento 1962 February 17 

15 37

 RN remarks--Junior Chamber of Commerce, San Jose 1962 February 17 

15 38

 RN remarks--LA County Medical Assn., San Fernando, Woodland Hills 1962 February 22 

15 39

 RN remarks--Peninsula Manufacturers Association, San Mateo 1962 February 26 

15 40

 RN remarks--Lincoln-Jefferson dinner, San Francisco 1962 February 27 

15 41

 RN remarks--Robert Welch--John Birch Society Republican Assembly--Berkeley 1962 March 

15 43

 RN remarks--Appointment of Walter Schmid Orange County NFG Committee 1962 March 1 

15 44

 RN remarks--Rotary Club, San Francisco 1962 February 27 

15 42

 RN remarks--Rotary Clubs of California, Devonshire Downs 1962 March 3 

15 45

 RN remarks--Opening of NFG State Headquarters LA 1962 March 4 

15 46

 RN remarks--Appointment of Dr. Arnold Beckman as Orange County Finance Chairman NFG 1962 March 7 

15 47

 RN remarks--Calif. Jr. College Faculty Assn. Meeting, Glendale 1962 March 9 

15 48

 RN statement--Balancing of state budget, Los Angeles 1962 March 9 

15 49

 RN statement--Council on Foreign Relations 1962 March 10 

15 50

 RN statement--State loyalty oath 1962 March 10 

15 51

 RN release--Appointment of E. Talbot Callister LA County NFG Chairman 1962 March 15 

15 52

 RN remarks--Harvard and Stanford BA graduate school alumni--Los Angeles 1962 March 15 

15 53

 RN statement--School construction bonds 1962 March 15 

15 54

 Release--Schedule for Orange County 1962 March 15 

15 55

 RN remarks--Exchange Clubs--National Orange Show, San Bernardino 1962 March 16 

15 56

 RN remarks--Pacific Dairy & Poultry Assn. convention, Los Angeles 1962 March 17 

15 57

 Release--Appointment of So. Calif. Vice Chairmen NFG 1962 March 19 

15 58

 Release--Schedule for day Long Beach 1962 March 19 

15 59

 RN remarks--Palos Verdes, San Pedro & So. Bay area Republican Clubs--Torrance 1962 March 20 

15 60

 RN remarks--Combined Service Clubs, Hawthorne 1962 March 20 

15 61

 RN statements--Cuban issue 1962 March 21 

15 62

 RN remarks--Suburban Republicans dinner, Long Beach 1962 March 23 

15 63

 RN remarks--American Legion, Ventura 1962 March 24 

15 64

 RN remarks--Calif. elementary school administrators, Disneyland 1962 March 24 

15 65

 RN statement--The Liberal Papers 1962 March 29 

15 66

 RN remarks--National Forensic League Congress, Cerritos Jr. College--Norwalk 1962 March 31 

15 67

 Release--Opening of state headquarters Nixon for Governor 1962 March 27 

15 68

 RN release--RN schedule--Orange County 1962 February 28 

15 69

 RN statement--Senate reapportionment 1962 April 2 

15 70

 RN remarks--Salinas Valley joint service clubs, Salinas Valley 1962 April 3 

15 71

 Release--Background material 1962 April 3 

15 72

 RN remarks--Santa Clara County school board, San Jose 1962 April 4 

15 73

 Release--Opening of Alpine County RN headquarters 1962 April 4 

15 74

 RN remarks--Sonoma County Teachers Council, Santa Rosa 1962 April 5 

15 75

 RN remarks--Community reception, Modesto 1962 April 10 

15 76

 Remarks--Appointment of Joe Anderholt Imperial County Chairman NFG Committee 1962 April 12 

15 77

 Release--Communist refuge [sic] on NFG staff 1962 April 12 

15 78

 RN statement--New California budget 1962 April 15 

15 79

 Release--Appointment of NFG Finance Committee, Long Beach 1962 April 16 

15 80

 RN release--Appointment of NFG Finance Committee, Pasadena-San Marino 1962 April 18 

15 81

 RN release--Podiatrists for Nixon organization formed 1962 April 23 

15 82

 RN remarks--Town Hall--California future, Los Angeles 1962 April 24 

15 83

 RN remarks--Annual youth banquet--Pasadena Jaycees, Los Angeles 1962 April 24 

15 84

 RN remarks--Water policy--Irrigation Districts Assn., San Francisco 1962 April 26 

15 85

 RN remarks--Orange County Nixon Committee, Disneyland 1962 April 27 

15 86

 RN remarks--California Teachers Association, Los Angeles 1962 April 28 

15 87

 RN remarks--California YR and NFG rally, Sacramento 1962 April 28 

15 88

 RN remarks--Squaw Valley 1962 April 30 

15 89

 Release--Nixon for Governor campaign report 1962 May 

15 90

 Remarks--Guardians of Jewish Home for Aged, Beverly Hills 1962 May 1 

15 91

 Release--Sunset Young Republicans, Los Angeles 1962 May 2 

15 92

 RN remarks--Francis Amendment, Junior Barristers of Los Angeles 1962 May 3 

15 93

 RN statement--Squaw Valley 1962 May 4 

15 94

 RN remarks--Nixon for Governor rally, Oakland 1962 May 4 

15 95

 Release--NFG Headquarters political on-the-job campaigning 1962 May 5 

15 96

 RN remarks--State of California, Lodi 1962 May 5 

15 97

 RN statement--Issues concerning NFG campaign 1962 May 7 

15 98

 Release--Volunteer organization campaign for NFG drive--L.A. 1962 May 8 

15 99

 Release--So. California dentists for Nixon drive 1962 May 9 

15 100

 RN remarks--Coffee hour at D.A.V. Hall, Woodland Hills 1962 May 9 

15 101

 RN remarks--Nixon-for-Governor rallies, Escondido and La Jolla 1962 May 10 

15 103

 RN release--Jimmy Hoffa's support of Brown's candidacy--San Diego 1962 May 10 

15 102

 RN remarks--reception home of George Foreman, Arcadia 1962 May 11 

15 104

 Release--NFG committee spearheads booster program--Biltmore Hotel 1962 May 12 

15 105

 RN release--Prop. 5 (Park & Recreation Bond Issue), Los Angeles 1962 May 13 

15 106

 Release--Harrison McCall, So. Pasadena to campaign for NFG 1962 May 14 

15 107

 Release--"Dick Nixon" day rallies thruout [sic] Southern California 1962 May 14 

15 108

 Release--Imperial County civic leaders back NFG campaign 1962 May 14 

15 109

 RN remarks--California's taxes, Riverside 1962 May 14 

15 110

 RN remarks--Condition of state of California, Riverside 1962 May 14 

15 111

 RN release--Statement on the firing of James Ralph, former State Director of Agriculture 1962 May 15 

15 112

 RN release--Nixon's letter to NFG chairmen throughout state 1962 May 15 

15 113

 Release--Veteran backing by RN 1962 May 16 

15 114

 RN remarks--So Calif Retail Grocers Assn., Long Beach 1962 May 17 

15 115

 Release--Feature filler, Los Angeles 1962 May 17 

15 116

 RN release--Present economic climate in state, Los Angeles 1962 May 18 

15 117

 RN release--Government reorganization, Commonwealth Club, San Francisco 1962 May 18 

15 118

 RN remarks--Outdoor lunch in Central Park, Bakersfield 1962 May 19 

15 119

 RN remarks--Dinner of Calif. Women in CC, Monterey 1962 May 19 

15 120

 Release--Major statement on agriculture, FYI to press, radio, tv 1962 May 21 

15 121

 RN release--Letter to Katanga Minister of Foreign Affairs, Los Angeles 1962 May 21 

15 122

 Release--Calif. Chiropractors to campaign for Nixon 1962 May 21 

15 123

 Release--Statewide Nixon Committee reaches 75,000 members 1962 May 21 

15 124

 RN remarks--NFG rally--Santa Barbara--Comb. Republican Clubs--Brentwood 1962 May 22 

15 125

 Release--Story on Pat Nixon, Los Angeles 1962 May 22 

15 126

 Release--Report on Nixon's campaign for Governor of California 1962 May 22 

15 127

 Release--Campaign progress report (So. Calif & No. Calif.) 1962 May 22 

15 128

 RN remarks--Nixon rally, Pacific Palisades 1962 May 22 

15 129

 RN remarks--California agriculture, Los Angeles 1962 May 23 

15 130

 RN remarks--Broad experience an asset, Alameda 1962 May 23 

15 131

 RN remarks--Quality of Brown appointments, Berkeley 1962 May 23 

15 132

 RN remarks--J.r Chamber of Commerce luncheon, San Francisco 1962 May 24 

15 133

 RN release--Law enforcement statement (radio stations--L.A. & S.F.) 1962 May 25 

15 134

 RN remarks--Nixon for Governor rally, Glendale 1962 May 25 

15 135

 RN remarks--Nixon for Governor rally, Chula Vista 1962 May 26 

15 136

 RN release--House Un-American Activities Committee meeting--Los Angeles 1962 May 28 

15 137

 RN remarks--Statement on Gov. Brown's welfare program--Los Angeles 1962 May 29 

15 138

 RN statement--Nixon questions Brown on issues 1962 May 29 

15 139

 RN remarks--Nixon rally, Visalia 1962 May 30 

15 140

 RN remarks--Nixon for Governor rally, San Luis Obispo 1962 May 31 

15 141

 RN remarks--Nixon for Governor reception, Pasadena 1962 May 31 

15 142

 RN remarks--Rally, Manhattan Beach 1962 June 1 

15 143

 RN remarks--Combined Service Clubs luncheon, Santa Ana 1962 June 1 

15 144

 RN release--Letters to editors of newspapers thruout [sic] Calif. 1962 June 1 

15 145

 RN remarks--Re: Negro Citizens Republican Community Center 1962 June 1 

15 146

 RN remarks--Rally, Palo Alto 1962 June 2 

15 147

 RN release--Letter to Assy. Glenn E. Coolidge, re: Squaw Valley investigation 1962 June 2 

15 148

 RN statement--Concerning Gov. Brown's incapacity to give effective leadership 1962 June 4 

15 149

 RN statement--Outlining his principles as Governor of California 1962 June 4 

15 150

 RN statement--Concerning free government--the right to vote 1962 June 5 

15 151

 RN remarks--Before the Calif. Republican Assy. meeting--El Segundo 1962 June 23 

15 152

 RN remarks--Menace of communism, American Legion Convention--Fresno 1962 June 28 

15 153

 RN remarks--50th anniversary celebration, Amer. Independence Day, Denmark 1962 July 4 

15 154

 RN release--Statement by Richard Nixon on Brown and the CDC 1962 July 29 

15 155

 RN remarks--Republican State Central Committee meeting--Sacramento 1962 August 5 

15 156

 RN remarks--Meeting of section on family law, Amer. Bar Assn., San Francisco 1962 August 7 

15 157

 RN statement--Answers PB's speech about labor issues--Long Beach 1962 August 20 

15 158

 RN statement--California's exorbitant taxes 1962 August 25 

15 159

 RN release--California agricultural problems (San Joaquin Valley) 1962 August 27 

15 160

 RN statement--Debating with Brown on different issues 1962 August 30 

16 1

 Release--Nixon's campaign tour 1962 September 2 

16 2

 RN statement--Brown's kick-off speech 1962 September 4 

16 3

 RN statement--Regarding television debates 1962 September 6 

16 4

 RN statement--Concerning joint appearances with Brown 1962 September 7 

16 5

 Release--Nixon's border-to-border campaign tour 1962 September 10 

16 6

 RN remarks--Kick-off rally, Pomona 1962 September 12 

16 7

 RN remarks--Republican Associates luncheon, San Diego 1962 September 12 

16 8

 RN remarks--Rally (Eureka) 1962 September 13 

16 9

 RN remarks--Masonic Constitution Day celebration (Chico) 1962 September 14 

16 10

 RN remarks--Rally (Turlock) 1962 September 14 

16 11

 Release--So. Calif. Nationalities for Nixon Committee formed 1962 September 15 

16 12

 RN remarks--Present administration's economic barometer--Lancaster 1962 September 15 

16 13

 RN statement--Transcript of press conference (Statler Hotel, Los Angeles) 1962 September 18 

16 14

 RN remarks--At University Synagogue, Brentwood 1962 September 20 

16 15

 RN remarks--During person-to-person bus tour of San Joaquin Valley 1962 September 20 

16 16

 RN remarks--San Jose St. College re: welfare, San Jose 1962 September 21 

16 17

 RN remarks--Medical, Dental, Pharm. Assn. & John Langston Law Club--Los Angeles 1962 September 21 

16 18

 RN remarks--No. San Diego County NFG barbeque, Palomar College football field 1962 September 23 

16 19

 Release--Nixon's campaign for Governor radio broadcasts--TV appearances 1962 September 23 

16 20

 RN release--Programs for progress text of statewide radio address 1962 September 23 

16 21

 RN remarks--Rally, Lakewood 1962 September 25 

16 22

 RN statement--Luncheon with "Celebrities for Nixon" committee--Beverly Hills 1962 September 26 

16 23

 Release--"Democrats for Nixon" organized 1962 September 27 

16 24

 Transcript--Press conference--Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles 1962 September 27 

16 25

 RN statement--Regarding Jewish New Year 1962 September 28 

16 26

 RN remarks--Nixon for Governor rally, Stockton 1962 September 28 

16 27

 RN statement--Farmers for Nixon barbecue, Lakeport 1962 September 29 

16 28

 Release--Nixon campaigns for "Programs for a Greater Calif.," 1962 September 30 

16 29

 RN release--Programs for a Greater California (text of statewide radio address) 1962 September 30 

16 30

 RN remarks--On a greater California 1962 September 

16 31

 RN statement--Views on tragic events in Mississippi, San Francisco 1962 October 2 

16 32

 RN remarks--Nixon for Governor rally, Pasadena 1962 October 3 

16 33

 RN remarks--San Fernando joint service clubs re: taxes, Granada Hills 1962 October 3 

16 34

 RN remarks--South Bay rally, Manhattan Beach 1962 October 4 

16 35

 RN remarks--Conejo Village shopping center re: unemployment, Thousand Oaks 1962 October 6 

16 36

 Release--Programs for a Greater California (text of statewide radio address) 1962 October 7 

16 37

 RN remarks--Before Food Ind. Sales Mgrs. Club of LA, Ambassador Hotel 1962 October 9 

16 38

 RN remarks--Rally, Santa Monica 1962 October 10 

16 39

 RN remarks--Nixon for Governor rally, Downey 1962 October 11 

16 40

 RN remarks--Nixon for Governor rally, San Rafael 1962 October 12 

16 41

 Release--Cecil Hardesty accepts role of educational counselor in Nixon camp 1962 October 12 

16 42

 RN remarks--Win with Nixon rally, Costa Mesa 1962 October 13 

16 43

 RN remarks--League of County Employees Assns., Anaheim 1962 October 13 

16 44

 Senator McCarthy release 1962 October 13 

16 45

 RN release--Programs for a Greater California (text of statewide radio address) 1962 October 14 

16 46

 RN statement--Brown's statement on Meet the Press regarding debating 1962 October 14 

16 47

 Release--Regarding Nixon's campaign tour 1962 October 15 

16 48

 RN statement--Re: signing of bill permitting Jewish chaplains to serve in armed forces of USA 1962 October 17 

16 49

 RN remarks--Win with Nixon rally, Richmond 1962 October 17 

16 50

 RN statement--Supporting Lake Elsinore's efforts to restore lake's recreational advantages 1962 October 18 

16 51

 RN remarks--Win with Nixon train kick-off rally--Santa Cruz 1962 October 18 

16 52

 RN remarks--Re: president-governor relationship, Santa Barbara 1962 October 18 

16 53

 RN remarks--Traffic safety, Pico Rivera 1962 October 19 

16 54

 RN remarks--Win with Nixon rally, Pico Rivera 1962 October 19 

16 55

 RN remarks--Win with Nixon rallies, San Diego & Riverside 1962 October 19 

16 56

 RN remarks--Win with Nixon rally, San Bernardino 1962 October 20 

16 57

 Release--Programs for a Greater California (text of statewide radio address) 1962 October 21 

16 58

 Release--Nixon's visit to Berkeley-Oakland area churches 1962 October 22 

16 59

 RN statement--Responsibilities of governor 1962 October 22 

16 60

 RN statement--Re: President Kennedy's Cuban statement 1962 October 22 

16 61

 Release--Concerning Nixon's closing days of the campaign 1962 October 22 

16 62

 Republican State Central Committee report on Eisenhower's endorsement of Nixon 1962 October 22 

16 63

 Release--Pat Nixon's part in campaign 1962 October 22 

16 64

 Release--State Senator Jack F. McCarthy challenges Brown on certain issues 1962 October 23 

16 65

 Release--Whittier College Alumni supports Nixon's candidacy for Governor 1962 October 23 

16 66

 Release--R.L. Stevenson Beverly Hills Democrat challenges Brown on presidential ambition 1962 October 23 

16 67

 RN statement--Visit with Sonoma State Hospital employees 1962 October 23 

16 68

 RN remarks--Win with Nixon rally, Inglewood 1962 October 23 

16 69

 Release--On Famers for Nixon campaign 1962 October 24 

16 70

 Release--Nixon telegram to Kennedy re: Pacific coast shipbuilding 1962 October 24 

16 71

 Release--Statements by Assemblyman Harold K. Levering 1962 October 24 

16 72

 RN statement--Views on free government 1962 October 24 

16 73

 RN remarks--League of Calif. Cities--64th annual conference--Biltmore Hotel 1962 October 24 

16 74

 Release--L.A. youth signing up to boost Nixon campaign 1962 October 25 

16 75

 Release--Nixon answers children from Warners [sic] Springs--"How to be good citizens," 1962 October 25 

16 76

 Release--So. Calif women volunteer effort behalf of Nixon campaign 1962 October 25 

16 77

 RN remarks--Win with Nixon rally, San Mateo 1962 October 25 

16 78

 RN statement--Joint Pico Rivera Service Clubs, Pico Rivera 1962 October 25 

16 79

 RN remarks--Win with Nixon rally, Vallejo 1962 October 27 

16 80

 RN statement--The Cuban crisis and our civil defense program 1962 October 27 

16 81

 RN statement--Win with Nixon rally, Hollister 1962 October 29 

16 82

 RN statement--Win with Nixon rally, East Los Angeles 1962 October 30 

16 83

 RN statement--Regarding Oakland freeway controversy 1962 October 31 

16 84

 RN statement--Pledges support of the Feather River project 1962 October 31 

16 85

 RN statement--Views needs for a "California crusade for new business investment," 1962 October 31 

16 86

 RN remarks--California's civil defense, Cerritos Jr. College--Norwalk 1962 November 1 

16 87

 RN remarks--Absentee ballot law, wire sent to Frank Jordan 1962 November 1 

16 88

 RN remarks--Comment on Benson book 1962 November 2 

16 89

 Superior Court restraining order vs. Dem. State Central Comm. 1962 November 3 

16 90

 RN remarks--Call for volunteers 1962 November 3 

16 91

 Calif., nat'l, and internat'l news 1962 November 3 

16 92

 RN remarks--California's disaster office, San Jose 1962 November 3 

16 93

 Ware announces support of Nixon 1962 November 4 

16 94

 RN's special telecast 1962 November 5 

16 95

 California news (vote estimates) 1962 November 6 

16 96

 "The Democratic Record--Promises and Action," 1963 May 20 

16 97

 [Nixon clippings] 1962 

16 102

 [Nixon clippings] 1961-1962 

129 33

 [Nixon clippings] 1963 

16 103

 [Nixon visit to San Diego, April 4, 1961--photographs] 1961 April 

213 4-6

 [HGK and Pat Nixon--photographs] 1962 

213 8

 [Nixon luncheon--photographs] 1962 September 

213 7
Box

 [Copy of The Thunderbolt pages with Nixon expose--negatives] 1962 July 

217

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Series 3:  Richard Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign and election 1960-1973  (Bulk, 1968)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign and election series contains correspondence, clippings, press releases, reports, photographs, ephemera, realia, notes, audiotapes, audiocassettes, memorandums, transcripts, pamphlets, political cartoons, receipts, and motion pictures, 1960-1973 (bulk 1968), created, collected, and used by Herbert G. Klein and members of his staff for and during Richard Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign. Included are requests for interviews; media correspondence; personal correspondence; telephone message logs; campaign expense information; Klein's notes for, and recordings of, speaking engagements; copies of memorandums from Murray Chotiner with campaign information; Klein's notes regarding campaign strategizing; campaign research subject files; press conference and television appearance transcripts; speeches and reprints of articles by Nixon; information and public relations materials for Nixon's Key Issues Committee and its members, his surrogate candidates, and VIP speakers; miscellaneous media and campaign committee files; clippings about the campaign; demographic and election data; schedules; biographical and background material on the Nixon family; Republican Party publications and reports; public opinion poll results; information for press logistics at the Republican National Convention; political cartoons and caricatures; campaign ephemera; and photographs and film that document the campaign.

Organization

This series is organized into five subseries: Working files, Speeches and speaking engagements, Campaign materials, Media and press relations, Epehemera and realia, and Photographs and film.

 Working files 1961-1973  (Bulk, 1968)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign and election working files subseries contains, correspondence, clippings, press releases, reports, photographs, ephemera, realia, and motion pictures, 1961-1973 (bulk 1968), created, collected, and used by Herbert G. Klein and members of his staff during the daily course of business conducted for Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign. Included are requests for interviews; lists of press contacts; media correspondence; congratulatory letters to Klein on the successful election; and handwritten notes created by Klein during the campaign. Also included are binders of telephone message logs and expense information for the campaign. In addition, material labeled by Klein and his staff as "personal" is included, as are materials collected and handled by Klein staffer Ginger Savelle.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder

 13 1968 October 

28 3-4

 13--interested citizens 1968 September-November 

28 9-10

 13--interested citizens 1968 August-October 

28 11

 1968 Nixon-Agnew campaign directory 1968 

125 17-18

 About RN 1968 

25 32

 Accounting 1968 

25 33

 [Agnew, Spiro T.] 1968 October 

30 6

 Agnew 1968 

25 34-36

 Agnew 1968 

26 1-3

 Agriculture 1968 October 19 

30 7

 Agriculture 1968 

26 4

 [Answer Desk bulletins and R.C.C. daily campaign memos] 1968 July-November 

26 5-12

 Anti-Agnew 1968 

26 13

 Anti-RN material 1968 

26 14

 Anti trust 1971-1972 

62 7

 A.P. 1968 June-July 

29 11

 AP [Associated Press] 1968 

26 15

 Apollo 7 flight--pre-election 1968 October 15 

30 8

 Appearance 1968 August-September 

29 5

 Armed services 1967-1968 

26 16

 Buchanan, Pat 1968 

26 17

 Budget 1968 September 

26 18

 Business Advisory Committee 1968 July-October 

26 19

 California 1968 

26 20-21

 Campaign airplane 1968 June-July 

29 1

 Catholic vote 1968 October-November 

26 22

 Celebrities 1968 October 18 

26 23

 Citizens for Nixon-Agnew 1968 

26 24-25

 Citizens--organization 1968 June 

36 9

 Communications industry flow chart 1971 

62 8

 Conservative Party 1968 

26 26

 Convention 1968 

26 27

 [Correspondence] 1968 September 

30 10

 [Correspondence] 1968 October 

30 11

 Correspondence A 1968 July-October 

28 12

 Correspondence B 1961, 1968 April-September 

28 13-14

 Correspondence C 1968 July-October 

28 15

 Correspondence D 1968 June-September 

28 16

 Correspondence E 1968 June-October 

28 17

 Correspondence F 1968 April-October 

28 18

 Correspondence G 1968 June-October 

28 19

 Correspondence H 1968 May-October 

28 20

 Correspondence I 1968 August 15 

28 21

 Correspondence J 1968 May-October 

28 22

 Correspondence K 1968 April-October 

28 23

 Correspondence L 1968 June-September 

28 24

 Correspondence M 1968 May-October 

28 25-26

 Correspondence N 1968 May-October 

28 27

 Correspondence O 1968 June-September 

28 28

 Correspondence P 1968 June-October 

28 29

 Correspondence R 1968 June-October 

28 30

 Correspondence S 1968 June-October 

28 31

 Correspondence T 1968 May-September 

28 32

 Correspondence U 1968 August 20 

28 33

 Correspondence W 1968 June-October 

28 34

 Correspondence Z 1968 

28 35

 Costello, Paul 1968 

26 28

 D.C. file 1968 

26 29

 Dwight David Eisenhower 1968 

26 30

 Editorial thank yous 1968 September-October 

26 31-32

 [Election day notes] circa 1968 November 

145 1

 Electoral College 1968 

26 34

 Ellsworth 1968 July-October 

26 35

 Employee's records 1968 August-September 

26 36

 Endorsements 1968 October-November 

26 37

 Evans-Novak report 1968 August-October 

27 1

 Election night 1968 November 

26 33

 FCC 1968 July-December 

27 2

 Feeley & Wheeler 1968 June-October 

27 3

 Florida 1968 

36 8

 Ford, Gerald 1968 September-October 

27 4

 Foreign press 1968 April-November 

35 33

 Foreign press 1968 October-November 

30 23

 Fortas 1968 July 

27 5

 Fulbright, James W. circa 1968 

27 6

 Fuller, Smith 1968 September-October 

27 7-9

 [General congratulatory letters] 1968 September-November 

36 7

 GOP Directory of women media 1968 July 30 

29 7

 Hatfield 1968 June 13 

27 15

 Herbert G. Klein--notes 1968 

35 27

 Herbert G. Klein--personal 1968 October-1969 January 

35 28

 HGK expenses, etc. 1967-1969 

41 6

 HGK finances 1968-1970 

41 7-8

 HGK finances (campaign) 1968-1970 

41 4-5

 [HGK notes] undated 

62 15-17

 [HGK notes] 1968-1973 

62 13-14

 HGK notes, etc.--1968 campaign 1968 

36 35-37

 [HGK telephone messages and schedules] 1968 July-November 

37 1-4

 Hillings, P. 1968 August-October 

27 16

 H.L. Hunt 1968 

27 18

 Humphrey, Muriel 1968 

27 17

 HHH [Hubert H. Humphrey] 1968 August-October 

27 10-14

 Illinois 1968 July-November 

27 19

 [Informational clippings] 1973 

62 11

 Interested citizens 1968 May, September-December 

35 32

 International visitors 1968 September-October 

27 20

 Interview requests 1968 March-June 

29 2

 Interviews 1968 June-October 

27 21

 Invitation thank yous 1968 August 12 

27 22

 Issues 1967-1968 

27 23-24

 Javits 1968 

27 25

 Jeb S. Magruder 1969-1971 

62 5

 Jewish--RN 1968 July-October 

27 26

 Job applicant resumes 1968 December 1 

27 27

 John Whitaker 1968 

27 48

 Key Issues Committee 1967-1968 

27 28-29

 Key Issues Committee statements 1968 September-October 

27 30

 Kids 1968 August 16 

27 31

 Kirk, Claude 1968 October 24 

27 32

 Klein, Julius 1968 October-November 

27 33

 Laird, Mel 1968 September 24 

27 34

 [Letters of congratulation on appointment] 1968 November-December 

36 32-34

 [Letters of congratulation on election] 1968 November 6-25 

36 31

 Lindsay, John 1968 

27 35

 [List of thank yous for Pittsburgh Public Relations Society luncheon] undated 

62 9

 Listening posts 1968 October 

30 32

 Louisiana [media correspondence] 1968 July 8 

29 22

 Magazine requests 1968 May-August 

29 13

 Mayors for RN 1968 

27 36

 Mazo, Earl 1968 July 12 

27 37

 McCarthy, A. press kit 1968 

27 38

 McKinlay, Arch 1968 July-October 

27 39

 [Media correspondence] Arkansas 1968 July 24 

29 14

 [Media correspondence] California 1968 May-November 

29 15

 [Media correspondence] Colorado 1968 July 

29 16

 [Media correspondence] Connecticut 1968 August 19 

29 17

 [Media correspondence] Florida 1968 June-December 

29 19

 [Media correspondence] Georgia 1968 

29 18

 [Media correspondence] Illinois 1968 June-December 

29 20

 [Media correspondence] Iowa 1968 June-July 

29 21

 [Media correspondence] Massachusetts 1968 March-May 

29 23

 [Media correspondence] Michigan 1968 

29 24

 [Media correspondence] Minnesota 1968 

29 25

 [Media correspondence] Missouri 1968 

29 26

 [Media correspondence] Nebraska 1968 November 26 

29 27

 [Media correspondence] New Jersey 1968 

29 28

 [Media correspondence] New York 1968 June-December 

29 29

 [Media correspondence] Ohio 1968 

29 30

 [Media correspondence] Oklahoma 1968 October 

29 31

 [Media correspondence] Oregon 1968 July 

29 32

 [Media correspondence] Pennsylvania 1968 

29 33

 [Media correspondence] Puerto Rico 1968 

29 44

 [Media correspondence] Tennessee 1968 July 15 

29 35

 [Media correspondence] Texas 1968 July-October 

29 36

 [Media correspondence] Utah 1968 April-July 

29 37

 [Media correspondence] Vermont 1968 December-1969 January 

29 38

 [Media correspondence] Virginia 1968 August 16 

29 39

 [Media correspondence] Washington 1968 October-November 

29 40

 [Media correspondence] Washington, D.C. 1968 

29 45

 [Media correspondence] West Virginia 1968 October 

29 41

 [Media correspondence] Wisconsin 1968 November-December 

29 42

 [Media correspondence] Wyoming 1968 September 

29 43

 [Media letters] 1973 March-April 

62 10

 Memos to RN 1968 

27 40

 Misc. [notes and correspondence] 1968 

29 3-4

 Miscellaneous correspondence 1968 August-September 

27 5

 Miscellaneous correspondence 1968 August-November 

28 6-8

 [Miscellaneous correspondence] 1972-1973 

62 18

 Mission Bay procedures 1968 August 

27 41

 Mitchell, John N. circa 1968 October 

35 34

 Moscow 1968 August, November 

33 1

 Mundt, Sen. Karl 1968 September 29 

27 42

 Nationalities 1968 September-October 

27 43

 National media analysis 1968 September-October 

27 45

 Narcotics 1968 October 30 

27 44

 Negroes 1968 July-October 

27 46

 New Jersey 1968 September-November 

27 47

 New Yorkers for Nixon/Agnew 1968 September-December 

33 7

 Newspaper articles 1968 July-October 

33 2-6

 Newspaper clippings 1968 October-November 

35 35

 Nixon, Ed 1968 October-November 

33 8

 Office gen. misc. 1968 August 23 

30 38

 Office procedures 1968 June-November 

33 9

 Pat & kids interview requests status report 1968 August 

29 8

 Pearson, Drew 1968 October-November 

33 10

 Percy 1968 July, September 

33 11

 Personal 1968 

33 12-13

 Personnel--answered 1968 June-October 

33 14-15

 Personnel (Herbert G. Klein office) 1968 September-December 

35 36

 Personnel--to be answered 1968 

33 11

 Polls 1968 October-November 

31 11

 Pre-election info 1968 October 

31 12

 Press--pre-election 1968 

31 13

 Press releases 1968 July-October 

33 22

 Press request status reports 1968 August-September 

31 14

 Press requests 1968 July 13 

35 37

 Press requests--old 1968 June 11 

33 24

 PR network applicants 1968 July-August 

33 23

 Printers, etc. 1968 October-November 

35 38

 Promotion--post-convention 1968 October 11 

31 15

 Publications letters 1968 September-December 

35 39-41

 Publicity--pre-election 1968 October-November 

31 16

 Radio and television requests--old requests 1966-1968 

35 43-45

 Radio speeches 1968 October 

31 17

 RM Woods 1968 July-September 

28 1

 RN correspondence 1968 October-November 

31 18

 RN election book 1968 October 26 

31 19

 RN press requests & status report 1968 June-August 

29 6

 RN speech requests 1968 June, August 

33 29

 RN staff 1968 

33 30

 RN telegrams 1968 September-October 

33 34

 Rob Odle 1969-1971 

62 6

 Romney, George 1968 October 

35 47

 South Carolina [media correspondence] 1968 July 22 

29 34

 Special interest groups 1968 October-November 

35 48

 Surrogate VIPs 1968 October-November 

31 20

 Syndicated columnists 1968 

29 9

 [Task forces] 1968 October 

31 22

 Telegrams 1968 October 

36 10

 Telephone calls for Herb Klein 1968 November 

25 16

 Telephone numbers circa 1968 October 

36 11

 Truth squad 1968 November 

31 23

 TV debates--pre-election 1968 October 11 

31 21

 T.V. (ABC, CBS, NBC, NET) [requests] 1968 

29 10

 [Unfiled correspondence] 1968 August-December 

35 50

 U.P.I. 1968 April-July 

29 12

 Urban affairs 1968 July-August 

36 12

 U.S.I.A. 1968 September-October 

36 14

 U.S. local radio and TV stations 1968 October 

36 13

 Vice president 1968 July-August 

36 15

 VIPs 1968 September-October 

36 16

 Vietnam 1968 October-November 

31 24

 Volpe, John A. 1968 October 15 

35 53

 [Voting information] November 1968 

31 25

 "We Salute Richard M. Nixon and Abe Seldin," 1968 

35 49

 Wire services 1968 October 

27 49

 Women for Nixon 1968 

27 50-52

 Youth 1968 

28 2

 Speeches, speaking engagements, public appearances 1968-1969  (Bulk, 1968)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign and election speeches and speaking engagements subseries contains notes, correspondence, clippings, audiotapes, audiocassettes, and motion pictures, 1968-1969 (bulk 1968) created, collected, and used by Herbert G. Klein as preparation for and documentation of his speaking engagements during the presidential campaign. While many were labeled by Klein as "personal," they were used for speeches and appearances in the service of Nixon's campaign.

Arrangement

This subseries maintians the original order.

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 Klein personal speaking notes 1968 

25 1

 Klein personal speaking notes: Oregon, September 24th 1968 

25 2

 Klein personal speaking notes: September 9th Sperling breakfast 1968 

25 3

 Klein personal speaking notes: Chicago, Philadelphia 1968 

25 4

 Personal speaking notes: Chicago, October 5th 1968 

25 5

 Klein personal speaking notes: Boston, Washington, D.C. 1968 

25 6

 Klein personal speaking notes: November 14th editors conference 1968 

25 7

 Klein personal speaking notes: Detroit trip, 12/10-11/68 1968 

25 8

 Klein personal speaking notes: sales promotion executives association 1968 

25 9-10

 Klein personal speaking notes: Meet the Press 1968 

25 11

 Klein personal speaking notes: appointments 11/25/68 1968 

25 12

 Klein personal speaking notes: RN instructions 1968 November 23 

25 13

 Las Vegas/speech [Press Club] 1969 April 

62 12

 HGK "Bring Us Together" [audiotape] circa 1968 

171 16

 HGK Polls [recorded statement re presidential candidates] 1968 July 8 

171 17-18

 HGK press conference, Percy's support of Rockefeller [audiotape] 1968 July 25 

171 19

 HGK introducing Rogers Morton before convention in Miami [audiotape] 1968 August 

171 20
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 Channel 5 [audiocassette] 1968 August 28 

185
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 [HGK interview--audiotape] 1968 

190 1
Box

 [Election night coverage, 12:45 to 1:00 pm, Klein press conference, CBS--motion picture] circa 1968 

222

 Watching the Nomination, 60 Minutes [HGK--motion picture] 1968 September 24 

228

 Campaign materials 1961-1969  (Bulk, 1968)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign and election campaign materials subseries contains memorandums, letters, notes, clippings, press releases, transcripts, reports, pamphlets, photographs, ephemera, realia, audiocassettes, and audiotapes, 1961-1969 (bulk 1968), created, collected, and used by Herbert G. Klein and members of his staff during Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign. Included is confidential political and voting data; memorandums from Murray Chotiner, the bulk of which are addressed to H.R. Haldeman, containing campaign information; Klein's notes regarding campaign strategizing; campaign research subject files containing information on the nomination, preparation for the convention, staff biographies, candidate itineraries, and press releases from Miami prior to and during the Convention; press conference and television appearance transcripts; speeches and reprints of articles by Nixon; information and public relations materials for Nixon's Key Issues Committee and its members, his surrogate candidates, and VIP speakers; information from and about the United Citizens for Nixon committee; miscellaneous media and campaign committee files consisting of press releases, clippings, and miscellaneous printed materials; clippings about the campaign organized by state; transcripts of speeches; press releases issued by other organizations; and information on Nelson Rockefeller. The campaign research subject files were compiled by Klein staffer Suzanne Low, who originally grouped public relations files under "Election," "Republican Party," "Nixon," and "Committees." Also included are copies of the Red Book, which contains national demographic data and election information, and was compiled by Klein staffer Margita White; daily press and post-convention schedules; focus group results; contact lists for campaign staff and press; the Nixon Sourcebook, which is a compilation of Nixon's and the Nixon family's biographical information, Nixon speeches, and remarks for use by campaign staff when creating campaign communications. The subseries also contains materials collected by Klein staffer Ginger Savelle, including committee reports, Republican party publications, and miscellaneous pamphlets. Because much of the latter material was collected by different members of Klein's staff, much of it exists in duplicate (and in some cases triplicate) form throughout this subseries (and elsewhere in the collection).

Arrangement

These materials were originally arranged in multiple alphabetical sequences. For ease of use, these alphabetic sequences have been consolidated.

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 1960 election 1961, 1968 

21 14

 [1968 campaign advertising material package] 1968 

130 2

 1968 election contests--compiled by Lisa Meyers--not been approved for accuracy 1968 

21 27

 Ad & PR ideas and suggestions 1968 

21 11

 Advertising pamphlets and brochures 1968 

21 12-13

 Advisors 1968 June-October 

21 37

 Advisory committees 1968 August 

17 13

 Agnew detailed schedule 1968 August 12-November 4, 

25 20

 Agnew, Spiro T. circa 1968 

17 64

 Agnew staff 1968 August 25 

17 65

 Agnew's nomination speech--R.C.B. Morton 1968 August 

17 11

 Agriculture 1968 August 

17 14

 Agriculture, Advisory committee on 1968 September-October 

21 38

 Agriculture for Nixon 1968 

20 13

 Ailes, Roger 1968 August 

17 66

 Alaska 1968 

20 29

 Alexander, Lamar 1968 July-August 

17 68

 Allen, Richard 1968 

17 67

 Allin, Mort 1968 August 

17 69

 Ambassadors for Nixon 1968 May 27 

20 14

 Ambassadors for Nixon 1968 August 

17 17

 "An Indictment of the Democratic Party, 1961-1968," 1968 July 

24 32

 Anderson, Martin 1968 

17 70

 Arends, Rep. Leslie 1968 

19 9

 Arizona 1968 

20 30

 Arnold, G. Dewey 1968 June-August 

17 71

 Athletes for Nixon 1968 

20 15

 Athletes for Nixon [photographs] 1968 

20 16

 Ailes, Roger 1968 August 

17 15

 Allen, Richard V. 1968 August 

17 16

 Arnold, G. Dewey 1968 August 

17 18

 Articles 1967 

18 29

 Athletes for Nixon 1968 August 

17 19

 [August press conferences transcripts] 1968 August 

17 10

 Baker, Sen. Howard 1968 

19 31

 Bartlett, Gov. Dewey F. 1968 

17 72

 Biographies--Staff 1968 

18 5

 Bogan, Mary 1968 August 

17 20

 Bogan, Mary 1968 

17 73

 Books--Nixon 1968 July-August 

21 19

 Breck, Judy 1968 

17 74

 Breck, Judy 1968 August 

17 21

 Brewer, Bill 1968 August 

17 22

 Brewer, William 1968 July-August 

17 75

 Brock, Rep. William E. 1968 

19 32

 Brooke, Sen. Edward 1968 

19 46

 Buchanan, Pat 1968 August 

17 23

 Buchanan, Patrick 1968 August-November 

17 76

 Burns, Dr. Arthur 1968 

17 77

 Bush, Rep. George 1968 

19 33

 Business committee 1968 

21 39

 Calloway, Howard H. 1968 May-June 

17 78

 California 1968 

20 31

 Campaign committees 1968 September-November 

25 22-23

 Campaign material 1968 August 

17 24

 [Campaign staff and press contact list] circa 1968 

22 29

 Campaign strategy 1968 September-December 

25 21

 Candidate education 1968 July 

20 19

 Cartoons 1968 

21 23

 Celebrities for Nixon 1968 June-July 

20 18

 Chafee, Gov. John 1968 

19 10

 Chafee, Gov. John 1968 

19 47

 Chamberlain, Wilt 1968 August 

17 25

 Chamberlain, Wilt 1968 August 

17 79

 Chapin, Dwight 1968 

17 80

 Chotiner--CC [memoranda] 1968 

6 25

 Chotiner, M[urray] 1968 

3 13-14

 Chotiner, Murray M. 1968 August 25 

17 81

 Citizens--state 1968 

20 25

 Citizens (United Citizens for Nixon) 1968 

20 9-12

 Clark, Mark 1968 June 

17 82

 Clark, Roger 1968 July-August 

17 83

 Coat tail power 1968 July 

20 20

 Cole, Ken 1968 July 

17 84

 Colorado 1968 

20 32

 [Committee of] Black Americans 1968 October 

21 42

 Comments on Nixon 1968 

21 17

 Comments on Nixon's positions 1968 July-August 

21 20

 Comments on nomination 1968 August 

17 9

 Connecticut 1968 

20 33

 Costello, Paul 1968 

17 85

 CQ [Congressional Quarterly] bio 1967-1968 

17 63

 CQ Republican Convention & Republican platform 1968 August 

21 33

 Crime & law enforcement 1968 

21 40-41

 Cubans for Nixon 1968 

20 17

 David Frost show 1968 June 14 

20 8

 Davies, John 1968 July 

17 87

 Davies, John 1968 August 

17 26

 Day, James 1968 August 

17 86

 Delaware 1968 September 

20 34

 Dentists for Nixon 1968 July 31 

20 21

 District of Columbia 1968 September 29 

20 35

 Dogs, Nixon 1968 August 

17 27

 Dowd, William F. 1968 

17 88

 Duggan, Ann 1968 August 

17 28

 Duggan, Ann 1968 

17 89

 Economy, Advisory groups on 1968 

22 3

 Editorial endorsement 1968 

21 22

 Ehrlichman, John 1968 September 20 

17 90

 Eisenhower, David 1968 

17 92

 Eisenhower, Dwight D. 1968 June 

17 91

 Eisenhower, Dwight D.--endorsement 1968 

21 15

 Election 1968 July-August 

21 28

 Ellsworth, Robert 1968 August 

17 29

 Ellsworth, Robert 1968 August-September 

17 93

 Endorsements 1968 

21 24-26

 Evans, Gov. Daniel 1968 

19 48

 Evans, Tom 1968 July-August 

17 94

 Extra schedules & duplicate files 1968 August-October 

25 18-19

 Finance committee 1968 

22 1-2

 Flanigan, Peter 1968 July 

17 95

 Florida 1968 

20 36

 Friedman, Dr. Milton 1968 

17 96

 Garment, Leonard 1968 

17 97

 Georgia 1968 

20 37

 Gildner, Frank H. 1968 August 

17 30

 Gildner, Frank 1968 

17 98

 Gilhooley, John J. 1968 

17 99

 Gleason, Jack 1968 

17 100

 Gleason, James 1968 August 

17 31

 Goldwater, Hon. Barry 1968 

19 49

 Governors Assn. 1968 September 

22 4

 Greenspan, Alan 1968 

17 101

 Haldeman, H.R. 1968 May-July 

17 102

 Hatfield, Sen. Mark 1968 

19 34

 Hauser, Rita 1968 

17 103

 Hawaii 1968 

20 38

 Hawkins, Jean 1968 July 

17 104

 Hawkins, Jean 1968 August 

17 32

 Helms, Lewis 1968 

17 105

 HGK Notes, 1968 Campaign circa 1968 

3 15

 Hickel, Gov. Walter 1967-1968 

19 50

 Hill, Hon. Robert 1968 

19 11

 Hillings, Patrick 1968 July 

17 106

 Hillings, Patrick 1968 August 

17 33

 Hillsboro & Oregon telethon [transcripts] 1968 

18 31-32

 Hitt, Pat 1968 August 

17 34

 Hitt, Patricia Reilly 1968 

17 107

 Hitt, Robert 1968 

17 108

 Hitt, Robert J. 1968 August 

17 35

 Hofe, Douglas 1968 

17 109

 Hruska, Sen. Roman 1968 

19 12

 Hyde, Henry 1968 May-August 

17 110

 Idaho 1968 August 29 

20 39

 Illinois 1968 

20 40

 Indiana 1968 

20 41

 Iowa 1968 

20 42

 Itineraries--RN (pre-nomination) 1968 February-October 

18 6-7

 Itinerary--Tricia, Julie, David 1968 February-September 

18 9

 Itinerary--Mrs. Nixon 1968 June 

18 10

 Jackson, Don 1968 August 

17 36

 Jackson, Donald 1968 

17 111

 Kansas 1968 

20 43
Box

 Kennedy-McCarthy debate, California [audiocassette] 1968 May 

185
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 Kentucky 1968 

20 44

 Keogh, James 1968 

17 112

 Key Issues Committee 1968 

19 8

 Key Issues Committee: Speakers 1968 

19 7

 Khachigian, Ken 1968 

17 113

 Klein, Herbert G. 1968 May-October 

17 114

 Kleindienst, Richard 1968 August 

17 37

 Kleindienst, Richard 1968 August 

17 115

 Laird, Rep. Melvin 1968 

19 14

 Laughter, Cy 1968 September 15 

17 116

 Lawyers for Nixon 1968 August 

17 38

 Lawyers for Nixon 1968 

20 22

 Laxalt, Gov. Paul 1968 

19 13

 Leonard, Frank 1968 August 

17 117

 Lindsay, Mayor John 1968 

19 51

 [Lionel Hampton, Nixon campaign promo--audiotape] 1968 

190 7

 Listen-in 1968 

20 23

 Listeners for Nixon 1968 August 

17 39

 Lodge, John 1968 August 

17 40

 Lodge, John Davis 1968 

17 118

 Louisiana 1968 

20 45

 Love, Gov. John 1968 

19 15

 MacGregor, Rep. Clark 1968 

19 17

 MacGregor, Rep. Clark 1968 

19 35

 Maine 1968 September 13 

20 46

 Manuelo 1968 August 

17 119

 Maryland 1968 

20 47

 Massachusetts 1968 

20 48

 May, Rep. Catherine 1968 

19 16

 Mayors for Nixon 1968 

20 24

 Mayors for Nixon 1968 August 

17 41

 McCracken, Dr. Paul W. 1968 

17 120

 McDonald, David, J. 1968 

17 121

 McKinley, Arch 1968 July 

17 122

 McWhorter, Charles 1968 July-August 

17 123

 McWhorter, Charlie 1968 August 

17 42

 Media, Use of 1968 August 

17 43

 Meet the Press 1968 June 16 

19 3

 Miami trip 1968 July 

17 62

 Michigan 1968 

20 49

 Minnesota 1968 

20 50

 Mississippi 1968 

20 51

 Missouri 1968 

20 52

 Misc. Campaign 1967-1968 

3 17

 Mitchell, John 1968 August 

17 44

 Mitchell, John 1968 August 

17 124

 Monroe, Michael C. 1968 July 

17 125

 Monroe, Mike 1968 August 

17 45

 Montana 1968 

20 53

 Morse, Rep. Bradford 1968 

19 18

 Morse, Rep. F. Bradford 1968 

19 36

 Morton, Rep. Rogers C.B. 1968 

19 19

 Morton, Rogers 1968 July-August 

17 126

 Morton, Sen. Thurston 1968 

19 20

 Moynahan, Stephen 1968 

17 127

 Mundt, Sen. Karl 1968 

19 21

 "National Security Fact Book for 1968 Republican Candidates," 1968 July 

24 33

 Nationalities committee 1968 

22 5

 Nebraska 1968 

20 54

 Negro reception 1968 August-October 

21 32

 Nevada 1968 

20 55

 "New Faces in Congress & State Capitols," 1968 

24 35

 New Hampshire 1968 September 14 

20 56

 New Jersey 1968 

20 57

 New Mexico 1968 

20 58

 New York 1968 

20 61

 [News releases: United Citizens for Nixon] 1968 

22 30

 [Nixon Agnew Elector] 1968 November 4 

132 10

 Nixon detail schedules, August 1968-November 5, 1968 1968 September 

22 24-28

 Nixon, Donald 1968 

17 128

 Nixon, Ed 1968 August 

17 46

 Nixon, Edward 1968 August-November 

17 129

 Nixon endorsement 1968 August 

17 47

 Nixon Finance Committee 1968 August 

17 48

 Nixon for President Committee 1968 August 

39 9

 Nixon, Mudge, Rose, Guthrie--law firm 1968 

21 7

 Nixon Nominator issues 1968 

21 18

 [Nixon Now pane of stamps] 1968 

129 42

 [Nixon Sourcebook] 1968 

22 31-33

 [Nixon Sourcebook, copy 2] 1968 

23 1-3

 Nixon telethon 1968 November 4 

78 12-13

 ["Nixon: The Republican Choice" brochure] 1968 

130 1

 Nixon's nomination and seconding speeches 1968 August 

17 12

 [Nixon's the One campaign materials catalog] 1968 

145 27
Box

 Nixon's the One [audiotape] 1968 

193
Box Folder

 North Carolina 1968 

20 59

 North Dakota 1968 

20 60

 November 5, 1968 1968 November 4-6 

21 34

 Ohio 1968 

20 62

 Ohio 1968 

36 17

 Ohio background material 1968 August 

36 18

 Oklahoma 1968 

20 63

 Omaha 1968 August 28 

20 64

 Oregon 1968 

20 65

 Oregon panels re TV documentary "Primary Route" 1968 April 

22 20

 Paarlberg, Dr. Don 1968 

17 130

 Pennsylvania 1968 

20 66

 Percy, Sen. Charles 1967-1968 

19 52

 Platform 1968 August 

33 21

 PN [Pat Nixon] and kids--misc. 1968 September-October 

33 17

 PN [Pat Nixon] & kids--newspaper 1968 

33 18

 Pat Nixon and "kids"--old schedule 1968 June-October 

33 20

 PN [Pat Nixon] and kids schedules 1968 July-August 

33 19

 Pollner, Martin R. 1968 

17 131

 Polls 1968 August 

17 49

 Polls, general 1968 

62 4

 Polls, Presidential preferences 1968 

62 3

 Portuondo, Dr. Emilio Nunez 1968 August 

17 50

 Portuondo, Emilio Nunez 1968 

17 132

 Price, Ray 1968 July 

17 133

 Price, Ray 1968 August 

17 51

 Press conference [transcripts] 1968 

18 11-13

 [Press kit] 1968 September-October 

21 35

 "The Process of Delegate Selection for the Republican National Convention, 1968," 1968 February 12 

24 34

 Q & A--Ohio, Michigan & Illinois RN shows 1968 

19 5-6

 Q & A--tv shows--radio 1968 

21 8

 Reagan, Gov. Ronald 1968 

19 53

 The Red Book 1968 September 1 

2 9-12

 [The Red Book, No. 22, and Addenda] 1968 September 1 

22 11-13

 [The Red Book, No. 24, and Addenda] 1968 September 1 

22 14-16

 [The Red Book, No. 25] 1968 September 1 

22 17-19

 Reid, Rep. Charlotte 1968 

19 22

 "Report, Ethnic Division, Bernard Katzen, Consultant-Director," 1968 November 20 

24 30-31

 "Report of Michigan Nixon-for-President Committee, volume II," 1968 

24 29

 Reprints 1968 

21 10

 Reprints of speeches and statements 1967-1968 

18 30

 Republican Party 1968 July-October 

21 30-31

 Republican platform & Nixon's statements submitted to Republican platform 1968 July-August 

21 29

 Rhoads, Rep. John 1968 

19 23

 Rhode Island 1968 September 3 

20 67

 Richard Nixon--detail schedule 9/4/68-11/5/68, Press schedule 9/4/68-10/26/68--post-convention 1968 September 

22 21-23

 Rinfret, Pierre 1968 

17 134

 RN--funny quotes 1968 

20 5

 RN--general 1968 

21 16

 RN itinerary--staff only 1968 April-July 

18 8

 [RN] Quotes 1968 

20 6

 RN--speeches 1968 

19 1

 RN--speeches--reaction 1968 May-August 

21 21

 Road to Miami, The 1968 August 

17 52

 Rockefeller, Gov. Nelson 1968 

19 37

 Romney, Gov. George 1968 

19 38

 Rumsfeld, Rep. Donald 1968 

19 39

 Safire, William 1968 August 11 

17 135

 [Sample--weekly press kit] 1968 October 

21 36

 Scarney, Shelley 1968 October 2 

17 136

 Scranton, Hon. William 1968 

19 24

 Scranton, Hon. William 1968 

19 54

 Scott, Al 1968 July 

17 138

 Sears, John 1968 August 

17 53

 Sears, John 1968 

17 139

 Senior Advisory committee 1968 July 24 

22 6

 Shafer, Gov. Raymond 1968 

19 25

 Shafer, Gov. Raymond 1968 

19 55

 Shakespeare, Frank 1968 

17 140

 Shlaes, John 1968 

17 137

 Skidmore, James 1968 

17 141

 Skidmore, John A. 1968 August 

17 54

 Smith, J. Robert 1968 September 

17 142

 Snow, May Ann 1968 

17 143

 South Carolina 1968 

20 68

 South Dakota 1968 September 20 

20 69

 [Speaker's kit] 1968 

20 7

 Speeches--post-convention 1968 September-November 

18 14-20

 Speeches--pre-convention and acceptance 1968 

18 21-22

 Spitzer, Dr. R.R. 1968 

17 144

 Staff entertainers 1968 August 

17 55

 [Staff information forms] 1968 

18 4

 Stans, Hon. Maurice 1968 

19 26

 Stans, Maurice 1968 July-August 

17 145

 Stans, Maurice 1968 August 

17 56

 Statements [speeches and remarks] 1968 

18 23-25

 Statements--October 1968 October-November 

18 26-28

 Statements [reprints] 1967-1968 

19 2

 Statistics 1964 December,1968 May-July 

90 30

 Stimpson, Harry F., Jr. 1968 August 

17 57

 Stimpson, Harry F. 1968 

17 146

 Strategy 1952, 1968 

62 1-2

 Student Coalition 1968 September 9, 

22 7

 Surrogate candidates 1968 July-November 

36 19

 Surrogate candidates 1968 

19 30

 [Suzanne Low's post-nomination Nixon campaign tour schedule book] 1968 September-November 

24 39

 Taft, Rep. Robt., Jr. 1968 

19 27

 [Television appearance transcripts] 1968 

19 58-61

 [Television appearance transcripts] 1968 

20 1-3

 Tennessee 1968 

20 70

 Texas 1968 

21 1

 Thurmond, Sen. Strom 1968 

19 56

 Tower, Sen. John 1968 

19 57

 Tower, Sen. John G. 1968 

19 28

 Transcripts 1968 July 

36 20

 Treleaven, Harry 1968 

17 147

 Truth Squad 1968 September-November 

22 8

 TV 1968 

21 9

 TV spots--August 1968 August 

19 4

 United Citizens for Nixon 1968 August 

17 58

 Urban & community affairs 1968 September 21 

22 10

 Urban conference & Black Capitalism 1968 August 

22 9

 Vallely, Joe 1968 July 

17 148

 Vermont 1968 August 14 

21 2

 Veterans for Nixon 1968 

20 26

 VIP speakers 1968 

19 45

 VIP-Surrogates--old schedules 1968 August-November 

36 21

 Virginia 1968 

21 3

 Volpe, Gov. John 1968 

19 29

 Volpe, Gov. John 1968 

19 40-43

 Waldron, Agnes 1968 July 

17 149

 Waldron, Agnes 1968 August 

17 59

 Washington 1968 

21 4

 Wilkinson, Bud 1968 

19 44

 Wilkinson, Jay 1968 August 14 

18 1

 Wilkinson, Jay 1968 August 

17 60

 Whalen, Richard 1968 July-August 

17 150

 Wisconsin 1968 

21 5

 Women for Nixon 1968 

20 27

 [Women for Nixon bumper sticker] 1968 

129 40

 Woods, Rose Mary 1968 August-October 

18 2

 Wyoming 1968 

21 6

 Youth for Nixon 1968 

20 28

 Ziegler, Ron 1968 July-October 

18 3

 Ziegler, Ron 1968 August 

17 61

 Media and press relations 1960-1968  (Bulk, 1968)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign and election media and press relations subseries contains memorandums, press releases, transcripts, clippings, reports, campaign materials, ephemera, photographs, and correspondence, 1960-1968 (bulk 1968), created, collected, and used by Herbert G. Klein and members of his staff, specifically Ginger Savelle and Margita White, that document Nixon's relationship with the news media, popular press, and reporters during Nixon's 1968 presidential election. Included is background information (memos, press releases, interview transcripts) gathered for campaign briefings; press and media requests; clippings, articles, and interviews about George Wallace, Nelson Rockefeller, and George Romney; press releases, clippings and results of polls; press releases about the appointment and work of Glenn Olds as Special Assistant for Policy and Manpower Development and Arch McKinlay, Nixon director of information; information on Nixon's Advisory Council on Crime and Law Enforcement; press requests, press information, press releases, logistics, and information on and for communications staff regarding the Republican National Convention; press-related campaign materials (press tour cards, mailing lists, clippings about surrogate candidates and prominent Republicans, Republican National Committee Answer Desk memos, press releases, and general press information collected by Ginger Savelle); various interviews with Nixon; miscellaneous Nixon statements; press requests, logs, and correspondence related to those requests handled by Margita White; and photographs of Metromedia's coverage of the 1968 conventions.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder

 10% surcharge 1968 June 24 

35 21

 7:00 news report--TV 1968 September 

36 25

 Advance man school 1968 August 

23 10

 Answer Desk & current statements 1968 September 

24 3-4

 Anti-crime bill 1968 June 23 

35 24

 AP--RN interview 1968 October 

31 27

 Arch McKinlay 1968 

6 33

 Articles--RZ personal circa 1968 

23 19

 B. Callaway/Rocky 1968 

35 14

 Baker, Sen. Howard 1968 September-October 

24 6

 Brock, Rep. William E. 1968 September-October 

24 7

 Bush, Rep. George 1968 October 

24 8

 Business advisory committee for Nixon 1968 July 30 

23 11

 Cleveland/Chicago [trip] 1968 July 

35 8

 Crime and Law Enforcement 1968 

6 27

 Daily News report 1968 June 

35 23

 Dead press requests 1968 

23 16

 Encyclopedia Americana Election News Service 1968 Convention Special circa 1968 August 

34 28-30

 Finance dinners 1968 October 

24 16

 Finch College 1968 June 14 

35 9

 Finch graduation 1968 June 

35 10

 Girls schedule 1968 July-August 

35 13

 Gun control 1968 June 17 

35 22

 Hatfield, Sen. Mark 1968 August-September 

24 9

 Hickel, Gov. Walter 1968 August-September 

24 10
Box

 Highlights of the 1968 Presidential Campaign 1968 

125
Box Folder

 Holmes Alexander 1968 

31 26

 Humphrey/Ike 1968 

35 16

 Illinois circa 1968 

36 22

 Information Office 1968 March-June 

35 1

 Interview requests (Mrs. Nixon) 1968 

23 18

 [Jours de France cover] 1968 November 

130 8

 Julie & David--Springfield 1968 June 21 

35 25

 Key Biscayne briefing, August 28 1960, 1968 

3 16

 [Klein notes] circa 1968 September 

34 22

 [Life magazine] 1968 August 16 

130 6

 [Life magazine] 1968 August 23 

130 7

 Los Angeles Airport, press conference 1968 July 20 

61 17

 MacGregor, Rep. Clark 1968 August 30 

24 11

 [Media info and press clippings binder] 1968 September-November 

34 23-27

 [Metromedia 1968 conventions coverage] 1968 August-September 

69 37-38

 [Metromedia 1968 conventions coverage photographs] 1968 August-September 

69 39-40

 Miami convention press conferences 1968 August 3-4 

61 19

 Miami convention press conferences 1968 August 5-8 

61 18

 Minnesota trip--30th 1968 

35 11

 Miscellaneous statements [by RN] circa 1968 

31 28

 Morse, Rep. F. Bradford circa 1968 

24 12

 News contacts by state 1968 

24 25

 Nixon, Richard M., campaign 1968 

61 20

 Nixon, Richard M. publicity--campaign 1968 

12 17

 Nixon, Richard M. publicity--pre-campaign 1968 

12 15-16

 NY primary 1968 June 19 

35 26

 Ohio news media lists 1968 August 19 

36 23

 Ohio press conference list--local news media 1968 August 19 

36 24

 Olds, Glenn 1968 

6 26

 Pending press requests 1968 July 

35 2

 Perry, Sen. Charles 1968 September-October 

24 19

 Personnel 1968 

23 9

 Polls 1968 

3 21-22

 Pre-convention [press] requests 1968 

3 18

 Press briefings 1968 June 

23 14

 [Press attendance cards] 1968 September-October 

23 26-30

 [Press cards issued] 1968 September-October 

23 23-25

 Press clippings--Senators, VIPs--odds & ends 1968 September-November 

24 2

 Press list/charge sheets 1968 April-June 

35 4

 Press lists--travel 1968 

35 3

 Press reaction summary 1968 October-November 

25 24-31

 Press request acceptances (closed out) 1968 

23 17

 Press request log 1968 May-July 

35 7

 Press request refusals 1968 

23 4

 Press request to RN 1968 July 

35 6

 Press rosters 1968 

23 12

 Press schedules 1968 July 

23 13

 [Press summaries] 1968 

24 40-41

 [Press tour exit notifications] 1968 September-October 

23 31

 Press-US & foreign 1968 

24 17

 [The Progressive] 1968 March 

3 19

 Quotes of day [Answer Desk] 1968 October 

24 26

 Reagan 1968 June, August 

34 8

 Reagan, Gov. Ronald 1968 August-October 

24 18

 [Republican county chairmen roster] circa 1968 

23 32

 [Republican county chairmen roster] circa 1968 

24 1

 Republican National Committee 1968 September-October 

34 10-12

 Republican National Convention 1968 June-August 

23 6-7

 Republican National Convention 1968 

23 8

 Recent requests 1968 January-May 

23 15

 Rentschler, William H. 1968 March-October 

34 9

 Requests: A miscellaneous 1968 

31 30-31

 Requests: ASNE 1968 September-October 

31 32

 Requests: American County Government 1968 October 

31 33

 Requests: American Review of East-West 1968 June-September 

31 34

 Requests: American School & University 1968 September 

31 35

 Requests: Americans of Italian Descent, Inc. 1968 September-October 

31 36

 Requests: The Army Times 1968 

31 37

 Requests: B miscellaneous 1968 September-October 

31 38

 Requests: Business Today 1968 May-August 

31 39

 Requests: Business Week 1968 September 

31 40

 Requests: C miscellaneous 1968 August-October 

31 41

 Requests: Catholic Monitor 1968 October 

31 42

 Requests: Center for Information on America 1968 August-October 

31 43

 Requests: D miscellaneous 1968 September-October 

31 44

 Requests: Detroit Free Press 1968 August-September 

31 45-46

 Requests: E miscellaneous 1968 June-September 

31 47

 Requests: Education News 1968 September-October 

31 48

 Requests: El Tiempo 1968 

31 49

 Requests: F miscellaneous 1968 July-October 

31 50

 Requests from press and publication (old requests) 1967-1968 

23 21-22

 Requests: G miscellaneous 1968 August-October 

31 51

 Requests: H miscellaneous 1968 September-October 

31 52

 Requests: I miscellaneous 1968 May-October 

31 53

 Requests: J miscellaneous 1968 September-October 

31 54

 Requests: K miscellaneous 1968 August-September 

31 55

 Requests: L miscellaneous 1968 August-October 

32 1

 Requests: London Observer 1968 October 

32 2

 Requests: Lo Specchio 1968 September-October 

32 3

 Requests: M miscellaneous 1968 June-October 

32 4-5

 Requests: Medical Tribune 1968 September-October 

32 6

 Requests: Medical World News 1968 September 

32 7

 Requests: Merchandising Week 1968 October 

32 8

 Requests: Modern Metals 1968 October 

32 9

 Requests: N miscellaneous 1968 July-November 

32 10-11

 Requests: Nation's Cities 1968 September-October 

32 12

 Requests: National Association for Community Development 1968 April-June 

32 13

 Requests: National Association of the Physically Handicapped 1968 

32 14

 Requests: National Civil Service League 1968 September 

32 15

 Requests: National Council of Farmer Cooperatives 1968 September-October 

32 16

 Requests: National Education Association 1968 August-September 

32 17

 Requests: National Republican Statesman 1968 September-October 

32 18

 Requests: New York Post 1968 October-November 

32 19

 Requests: New York State Education 1968 June-October 

32 20

 Requests: Newsday 1968 September-October 

32 21

 Requests: O miscellaneous 1968 August-September 

32 22

 Requests: P miscellaneous 1968 August-October 

32 23-24

 Requests: Q miscellaneous 1968 August-October 

32 25

 Requests: R miscellaneous 1968 July-October 

32 26

 Requests: S miscellaneous 1968 August-October 

32 27

 Requests: Salesman's Opportunity Magazine 1968 August-October 

32 28

 Requests: The Search 1968 

32 29

 Requests: Specialty Salesman 1968 September-October 

32 30

 Requests: Spivack Report 1968 July-September 

32 31

 Requests: The Student Times 1968 August-September 

32 32

 Requests: The Surveyor 1968 August-October 

32 33

 Requests: T miscellaneous 1967-1968 

32 34-35

 Requests: Trailer Life 1968 May-July 

32 36

 Requests: U miscellaneous 1968 October 

32 37

 Requests: United States Information Agency 1968 September 

32 38

 Requests: U.S. News & World Report 1968 

32 39

 Requests: V miscellaneous 1968 September-October 

32 40

 Requests: W miscellaneous 1968 May, September-October 

32 41

 Requests: Washington Daily News 1968 October 

32 42

 Requests: Y miscellaneous 1968 September 

32 43

 Requests log 1968 June-October 

31 29

 RFK assassination 1968 June 

35 19

 R.N. campaign 1968 

61 21-22

 R.N.--general (pre-convention) 1968 

61 24

 RN--magazine articles & newspapers--broadcasts 1968 

33 25-27

 RN--newspapers--editorials--broadcasts 1968 

33 28

 RN releases (misc.) 1968 June 

35 18

 RN statements 1968 August-October 

33 31-33

 [RN statements submitted to Committee on Resolutions] 1968 July-August 

35 17

 RN Texas trip 1968 June 

35 12

 RN transcripts 1968 September-October 

33 35-38

 RN transcripts from road 1968 September-November 

34 1-7

 Rockefeller 1968 June-September 

34 13

 Rockefeller, Gov. Nelson 1968 

61 23

 Rockefeller, June-July 1968 

3 23

 Romney--Detroit self-help meeting 1966, 1968 

34 14

 Romney, [George] 1965-1968 

12 18-19

 Romney, Gov. George 1968 August-September 

24 20

 Rumsfeld, Rep. Donald 1968 August 28, 

24 13

 Savell, G. 1968 September 

34 15

 Scranton 1968 September 

34 16

 Scranton, Hon. William 1968 September-October 

24 21

 Shafer, Gov. Raymond 1968 September-October 

24 22

 Smith, J.R. 1968 September 

34 17

 Social Security 1968 November 

34 18

 "Space Battle" letters 1966 September-November 

34 19

 [Speaking and press release schedules] 1968 September-October 

43 1

 Speeches 1968 July-August 

34 20

 Staff schedule 1968 June 

23 20

 Statewide television Q&A 1968 September 

34 21

 Surrogate candidates 1968 

24 5

 Survey of network news coverage (JBS report) 1968 September-October 

24 27

 Thoughts for victory remarks [William Safire] 1968 November 5 

86 26

 Thurmond, Sen. Strom 1968 August-October 

24 23

 Time/Newsweek--Q&A RFK assassination 1968 June 

35 20

 To be notified--press request turndowns 1968 May-July 

35 5

 Top of [political] news 1968 October-November 

24 28

 Tour desk 1968 August-September 

36 26

 Tower, Sen. John 1968 August-October 

24 24

 [Traveling press info] 1968 

23 5

 Truth squad 1968 August-September 

36 27

 UPI 1968 July-October 

36 28

 "Urban Crisis Monitor" 1968 June 17 

24 36

 "Urban Crisis Monitor" 1968 July 22 

24 37

 Volpe, Gov. John 1968 September-October 

24 14

 Volpe, Gov. John [transcripts] 1968 October 

36 29-30

 Wallace [George C.] 1968 

3 20

 Wallace, George C., American Independent Party 1968 

12 20

 Wilkinson, Mr. Bud 1968 September-October 

24 15

 Wilt Chamberlain 1968 June 28 

35 15

 Ephemera and realia 1968 

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign and election ephemera and realia subseries contains printed ephemera, ephemera, political posters, political cartoons, and realia, 1968, created and collected by Herbert G. Klein for use during, and as documentation of, Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign. Many of the cartoons are inscribed to Klein.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged by type of material.

Box

 [Bobby Kennedy bumper sticker] 1968 

132

 [Campaign ephemera] 1968 

163

 [Nixon campaign tour poster] 1968 

146
Map-case

 [Nixon's the One posters] 1968 

University Archives
Box

 [Nixon's the One posters] 1968 

146

 [Political cartoons and caricatures inscribed to HGK] 1968 

248

 [Press plate from the Chicago Sun Times re 1968 election results] 1968 

146

 Photographs and film 1960-1970  (Bulk, 1968)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign and election photographs and film subseries contains photographs and motion pictures, 1960s-1970s (bulk 1968), collected by and created for Herbert G. Klein that document and describe activities during Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder

 [1968 campaign album] 1968 September-November 

196 1-4

 [DDE waving flag on his 78th birthday] 1968 October 14 

213 15
Box

 [HGK] circa 1968 

218
Box Folder

 [HGK and Congressman Frank Horton] circa 1968 

214 1

 [HGK at national Conference of Editorial Writers] 1968 

214 3

 [HGK at Nixon event] circa 1968 

205 1

 [HGK at press conference] 1968 August 

205 2

 [HGK during 1968, photograph by Charles Bonnay] 1968 

213 14

 [HGK during campaign] 1968 October 

213 17

 [HGK during campaign] 1968 

213 18

 [HGK with reporters] 1968 October 

205 3

 [Nixon] circa 1960s 

213 12

 [Nixon family] 1968 November 

205 4

 [Nixon family] circa 1960s-1970s 

213 20

 [Nixon in Santa Monica] 1968 

213 16
Box

 [Nixons in a motorcade] 1968 

220

 Nixon's speech, election night [motion picture] 1968? 

245
Box Folder

 [Photo and block of Nixon 32 cent stamps] circa 1968 

213 19

 [Nixon] staff photographs 1968 

212 13

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Series 4:  Richard Nixon as president-elect 1968-January 1969 

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon as president-elect series consists of correspondence, applications, notes, reports, clippings, audiotapes, audiocassettes, ephemera, and photographs, November 1968-January 1969, created, collected, and used by Herbert G. Klein during the transition period between the end of the Johnson administration and the start of Nixon's first term as president. Included is routine correspondence; information about both campaign and Klein's finances; reports prepared for the President-elect; ephemera from the inauguration; letters from constituents with suggestions for administration policies; recordings of Klein speeches and remarks; and job applications from potential staffers.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder

 [Administration proposals correspondence] 1968 December-1969 January 

29 55-56

 Background Notes on the Countries of the World 1968 

41 17-21

 [Cabinet correspondence] 1968 December 12 

29 57

 [Campaign materials requst correspondence] 1969 January 

29 58

 Clippings 1968 October-1969 January 

30 9

 [Correspondence] 1968 November 

30 12-13

 [Correspondence] 1968 December 

30 14-17

 [Correspondence] 1969 January 

30 18-19

 [Correspondence with Clarence Canning Allen re etching] 1968 November-December 

125 19

 [Correspondence with Clarence Canning Allen re etching] 1968 November-December 

133 17

 Editorial endorsements circa 1968 November 

30 20

 Expenses 1968 

30 21

 Finances--campaign circa 1968 November 

30 22

 [HGK clippings] 1968 

60 37

 [HGK editorial support thank you letters] 1968 December-1969 January 

35 29-31

 HGK expenses 1969 

41 11

 HGK finances 1969 

41 9

 HGK invitations 1968 November-December 

59 2

 [HGK letters of congratulations] 1968 November-December 

30 24

 HGK--Meet the Press [audiotape] 1968 December 8 

172 1
Box

 HGK--Meet the Press [phonograph record] 1968 December 8 

193
Box Folder

 [HGK personal correspondence] 1968 November-1969 January 

30 25

 HGK speaking engagements 1968 November-December 

30 26

 [HGK speech--audiotape] 1968 November 26 

171 22

 [HGK speech--audiotape] 1969 

190 2

 [HGK telephone messages] circa 1968 November-December 

30 27

 HGK telephone messages 1968 November-1969 February 

37 6

 [HGK telephone messages and contact information] 1968 November-1969 January 

37 5

 [HGK to do list] circa 1968 November-December 

30 28

 [HGK with Lyndon Johnson and Tom Johnson in White House living quarters--photograph] 1968 December 27 

201 12

 [Ideas and suggestions correspondence] 1968 December-1969 January 

29 59

 [Ideas and suggestions] 1968 November-December 

30 29

 Immediate finance 1969 

41 10

 [Inaugural ephemera] 1969 January 

145 28

 [Inauguration] 1968 November-December 

30 30

 [Invitations correspondence] 1969 January 

29 60

 [Job applications correspondence] 1968 December-1969 January 

29 61-62

 Klein--past speeches 1960-1961, 1963-1964, 1966-1967 

49 1

 Klein biography 1968 

30 31

 [Klein thank you correspondence] 1968 November-1969 January 

30 1

 Media circa 1968 November-December 

30 33

 [Media requests] 1968 September-1969 January 

30 34

 [Miscellaneous correspondence post-election] 1968 December-1969 January 

30 2

 [Miscellaneous reports, press releases, documents] 1968 November-1969 January 

30 35-36

 [Nixon photos from Haldeman's suite at the Wyndham Hotel] 1968 

29 54

 [Notes] 1968 

30 37

 Packard, Dave 1968 November-1969 January 

30 39

 [Participation politics report] 1968 November 

40 12-16

 [Personnel] 1968 November-1969 January 

31 1-3

 Press--post-election 1968 November 

31 4

 [Press briefings] 1968 November 

31 5

 [Press policy] 1968 December 23 

31 6

 [Press reactions to Klein appointment] 1968 December 

39 25

 [Press releases and statements] 1968 September-December 

31 7

 [Publication correspondence] 1968 December-1969 January 

30 3

 Questionable letters 1968 December 

35 42

 [Republican Women's Conference] 1968-1969 

35 46

 [RN congratulations correspondence] 1968 December-1969 January 

30 4

 [RN media requests] 1968 December-1969 January 

30 5

 RN press availability circa 1968 November 

31 8

 RN telegrams 1968 November-1969 January 

31 9

 Transition period--miscellaneous 1968-1969 

49 2-8

 Travel--post-election 1968 November 

31 10

 [Unfiled correspondence] 1968-1969 

29 46-53

 [Unfiled correspondence copies] 1968 December-1969 January 

35 51-52

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Series 5:  Richard Nixon's presidency 1963-1980  (Bulk, 1968-1973)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's presidency working files subseries contains correspondence, reports, notes, clippings, calendars, memorandums, schedules, telegrams, typescripts, transcripts, audiocassettes, audiotapes, press releases, publications, ephemera, realia, maps, photographs, slides, and motion pictures, 1965-1980 and undated (bulk 1968-1973) created, collected, and used by Herbert G. Klein and his staff in the course of his daily activities as White House Director of Communications. The records contain daily schedules; memorandums to Nixon and members of the White House staff, including H.R. Haldeman, Chuck Colson, Spiro Agnew, and William Safire; Cabinet, Congressional Leadership, and Saturday planning committee meeting notes; subject files maintained by Klein's assistants; communications policy information; clippings about Klein and the Department of Communications; speech schedules; press mailings; election information; information for and about Klein's many speaking engagements, including his notes, recordings, and films of appearances; clippings, notes, photographs, recordings, and films documenting international trips made by Nixon, Klein, Robert H. Finch, and Henry Kissinger; clippings, press releases, transcripts and other press documents describing the Nixon administration's relationship with and perception by the press; clippings and related material describing aspects of the Watergate scandal; government and administration publications, reports, and presentations used by Klein and his staff in preparation for speaking engagements, press briefings, and news conferences; reports, memorandaums and related materials documenting aspects of administration policy towards the war in Vietnam; campaign ephemera, clippings, notes, and related material used in planning and executing strategies for the 1970 and 1972 elections; cartoons and other graphic materials, realia and ephemera collected by Klein during his tenure in the Nixon administration; and photographs and moving images documenting Nixon and the Nixon administration and its activities.

Organization

This series is organized into 10 subseries: Working files, Speeches and speaking engagements, events, and receptions, International trips , Media and press relations , Watergate, Background and research material , Vietnam and Asia , 1970 and 1972 campaign materials, Ephemera, realia, and graphic materials, and Photographs and films.

 Working files 1963-1974  (Bulk, 1968-1973)

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's presidency working files subseries contains correspondence, reports, notes, clippings, agendas, calendars, memoranda, schedules, telegrams, ephemera, and photographs, 1963-1974 (bulk 1968-1973), created, collected, and used by Herbert G. Klein in the course of his daily activities as White House Director of Communications. The records include multiple correspondence files--Klein's staff kept multiple copies of correspondence, in "Name," "Subject," and "Chron" files, resulting in duplication of select memorandums and letters. Also included are 1968 election materials that were interfiled with post-election daily business records and correspondence. This subseries contains telephone message logs and daily schedules; memoranda to White House staff, the bulk of which were sent to H.R. Haldeman and Chuck Colson; notes taken by Klein during Cabinet meetings; notes from Congressional Leadership meetings; notes, agendas, and schedules from Rural Affairs Council meetings; notes from Council for Urban Affairs meetings; notes and agendas for the Saturday Planning Committee meetings; and notes scribbled by Klein on a wide variety of media topics. Also present are files (clippings, reports, correspondence) maintained by Klein's assistant, Jeni Brown; memoranda to the President; memoranda to William Safire, Vice President Spiro Agnew, and members of Klein's communications staff (originally labeled "People files"); information on presidential briefings; communications policy task force report with related notes, memoranums, and background information; and miscellaneous meeting notes, speech notes, briefing notes, clippings, and printed ephemera. Also included are clippings and press releases on Klein's appointment and resignation; statements and interviews by Klein; clippings about the work of the office; and articles by Klein. Many of these files were compiled and maintained by Klein staffer Suzanne Lowe. The subseries also contains schedules for Excecutive Branch speeches; information on congressional activity; news planning calendars; daily and monthly reports on the activities of the department compiled by Klein staffer Margita White; information on equal time, the Freedom of Information Act, and the Federal Communications Commission; reports on the economy created by Margita White; mailings to the press; information for the press regarding Nixon's trip to the Soviet Union; information for and about press briefings; and correspondence, memorandums, and press information for the 1970 and 1972 elections.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder

 1972 campaign--comm. set up 1971 

58 4

 [1972 convention memo] 1971 June 30 

55 7

 1972 Republican National Convention 1972 August 15 

100 10

 A 1969 

48 20

 A 1971 

44 1-3

 [A] 1972 

110 13

 [A] 1972 

109 17

 Administration achievements 1969-1971 

85 14-17

 Administration's Communication Programs 1971 May 25 

99 19-21

 [Agenda, schedule, notes] 1970 October 

81 33

 [Agnew and Media] 1970 

3 31

 [Agnew schedule for June-October 1970] 1970 June 16 

64 11

 [Agnew schedules] 1970 October-December 

81 26

 [Sam Akers] 1972 April-September 

110 29

 Mort Allen 1969-1972 

47 13

 American Broadcasting Company, August 1969 1969 August 6 

72 4

 American Broadcasting Company 1972 April 13 

3 33

 American Press Institute 1971 February 

38 19

 American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, New York City, Oct. 18, 1972 1972 August-October 

91 22

 [Harold W. Andersen] 1971-1972 

110 30

 [Walter Annenberg] 1972 March-September 

110 31

 [Walter Annenberg--photographs] 1972 March-September 

110 32

 April--chron 1972 February-April 

91 11-12

 Appearances--TV and radio 1972 July, October 

91 21

 [Appointment diary] 1968 

42 10

 [Appointment diary] 1969 

42 11

 [Appointment diary] 1970 

99 18

 [Appointment diary] 1970 

42 12

 [Appointment diary] 1971 

42 13

 [Appointment diary] 1972 

42 14

 [Appointment diary] 1973 

42 17

 [Appointment of Ken Clawson, Communications Director] 1974 January 30 

6 11

 Articles by HGK 1969-1972 

57 13-15

 Ollie Atkins 1970-1971 

47 14

 Attorney General Mitchell 1969-1971 

48 42

 August--chron 1972 August-September 

91 16

 B 1969-1971 

44 4-8

 B 1969-1972 

48 21

 [B] 1972 

109 18-19

 Background 1972 September-December 

79 2

 Ron Baukol 1971 

47 15

 George Bell 1971-1972 

47 16

 [Tom Bell] 1972 October 

81 34

 Biographical material--Communications staff 1970 April 20 

37 22

 Biographical materials--PIO 1971 March-May 

37 23

 Biography of Herbert G. Klein undated 

91 24

 Bipartisan Leaders [meeting notes] 1972 February 28 

145 11

 Black media 1969 July, 1970 August-September, 1972 October 

93 8

 Edward Blecksmith 1972 

47 17

 Bohemian Grove 1972 May, August 

91 25

 Branen survey--Misc. 1972 October-November 

80 28-30

 Briefing: Anchormen, 6/27/72 1972 February-July 

86 1-3

 Briefings: Broadcast executives, 6/22/72 1972 May-August 

86 4-5

 Briefings--departmental 1969-1971 

85 18-19

 Briefings--Des Moines 1971 March-April 

107 1

 Briefings--general 1969 December,1972 February-August 

85 20

 Briefings: Kansas City 1971 June-July 

85 23

 Briefings--New Orleans 1970 July-September 

106 28

 Briefing: Newport Beach, Calif., 4/7/72 1972 June-August 

86 9-10

 [Briefings notes] circa 1968-1969 

145 5

 Briefing--Press Assocs., Oct. 10, 1972 1972 July-November 

86 11-12

 Briefings: Rochester 1970-1971 

107 2

 Briefings--San Clemente 1970 July-August 

85 21

 Briefings, year-end 1970-1971 

85 22

 Briefings misc. 1971 September 20 

85 24

 Briefings: Springfield, 6/29/72 1972 June-July 

86 6-8

 Briefings transcripts--Klein 1971 December, 1972 June-July, October 

85 25-26

 Broadcast requests answered 1972 April 24 

91 23

 John Brown 1969-1971 

47 18

 Patrick Buchanan 1969-1972 

47 19

 Chief Justice Burger, May 1969 1969 May, August 

72 3

 Alexander P. Butterfield 1969-1971 

47 20-21

 C 1969-1970 

45 16-19

 C [photographs] 1969-1970 

45 20

 C 1971 

44 9

 C 1970-1972 

48 22-23

 [C] 1972 

110 14

 [C] 1972-1973 

109 20

 Cabinet and leadership 1969-1970 

54 29-30

 [Cabinet/Bipartisan Leadership meetings notes] 1971 

145 10

 Cabinet/Joint Leadership [meeting notes] 1971 

145 9

 [Cabinet meeting agenda and notes] 1970 February 18 

123 10

 [Cabinet meeting notes] circa 1968-1969 

145 6

 Cabinet meetings [agendas] 1969 

145 2-3

 [Cabinet meetings memos and agendas] 1970 March-August 

72 1

 Cabinet notes and leadership 1970 1970, 1972 

40 28-31

 Cabinet notes and leadership 1969 

40 27

 [Cable Television] 1973 

6 14

 [Cable television memo] 1972 December 20 

107 20

 [Calendar] 1970 December-1972 January 

42 16

 California--HGK--4/21/71 1971 January-June 

38 20-23

 [Call lists and telephone messages] 1973 February-July 

43 5-6

 Campaign plan 1970 August, 1971 October 

107 8

 Capen, Richard G. 1971 

44 10

 [John G. Carlson memorandums] 1973 October-November 

6 21

 [John G. Carlson memorandums] 1973 November 

3 46

 Bill Casey 1969 

47 22

 CATV 1970-1972 

106 17-23

 Dwight Chapin 1969-1972 

47 23

 China exhibit summary--B.S.C. 1972 June-September 

91 26

 Murray Chotiner 1970-1972 

43 8

 Chotiner, Murray M. 1969 

45 21

 Christmas card list--1972-1973 1972 December 

91 30

 Ken Clawson 1972 

47 24

 [B.F. Coggan] 1970-1971 

110 33

 Ken Cole 1969-1970 

47 25

 [Everett D. Collier] 1972 

110 34

 Color reports 1971 

72 2

 Colson 1970-1971 

39 26

 Colson 1970-1972 

42 1

 Colson [clippings] 1974 

39 27

 Charles Colson 1970-1971 

47 28-29

 Colson and Haldeman 1968-1972, 1978 

124 3

 [Columbia School of Journalism materials] 1970 

38 11

 [Combined Federal Campaign brochure] 1970 

81 16

 Committee to re-elect 1972 August-October 

91 27

 [Communications Office Director, job description] circa 1972 

3 36

 [Communications planning procedure book and accompanying notes and memoranda] circa 1972 January 

121 9

 Communications staff 1969-1971 

37 24

 Carlos Conde 1972 

47 26-27

 Congressional Leaders meetings 1970 

47 12

 Congressional letters 1972 September-October 

91 28

 [John Connally] 1971 

110 35

 Convention '72 1972 

107 3-7

 Copley, James 1971 

44 11

 [Correspondence and notes] 1971-1973 

41 3

 Correspondence--misc. 1972 June-November 

91 20

 Correspondence--misc. personal 1972 August-October 

91 29

 [Correspondence re inaugural] 1972-1973 

53 23

 [Correspondence re San Diego Union and Newsweek] 1969 December-1970 February 

120 6

 [Correspondence re "Vietnam Report" broadcast] 1969 November 

145 29

 Costello, Paul 1969-1971 

48 1-4

 [Council for Urban Affairs] 1969 

50 7

 [Cox Broadcasting annual report] 1973 

81 28

 [Roger C. Cramton] 1971 January, 1972 August-December 

105 13

 Crutchfield, Charles H. 1971 

44 12

 [Charles H. Crutchfield] 1972 

110 36-37

 D 1970-1971 

48 24

 D 1971 

44 13

 [D] 1972 

110 15

 [D] 1973 February-March 

109 21

 Daily press briefings (Jerry Warren) 1972 January, April, June-November 

91 31

 Daily report (1) 1970 February-May 

51 5-6

 Daily report (2) 1970 March-June 

51 7-10

 Daily report (3) 1970 January-1971 May 

51 11-16

 Dale, Francis L. 1969 

45 22

 John Dean 1970-1972 

47 30

 [John Dean] 1972 August-September, 1973 

105 14

 DeBloom, Carl 1971 

44 14

 Dedmon, Emmett 1970 

45 23

 [Anthony G. De Lorenzo] 1972 

110 38

 Harry Dent 1969-1972 

47 31

 Dial directory 1969 

42 6

 [Victor C. Diehm] 1972 

110 39

 Director of Communications appointment 1968-1969 

37 19-20

 Dykeman, Alice M. 1971 

44 15

 [Alice Dykeman] 1972 

110 40

 E 1969-1972 

45 24

 E 1970-1972 

48 25

 E 1971 

44 16

 [E] 1972 

110 16

 [East/West Foundation--programs and activities] 1978 

120 5

 Economic briefing 1970 July 

53 29

 Economic report '73 briefings and plan [Margita White file] 1973 January-February 

57 28

 John Ehrlichman 1969-1971 

48 6-7

 [John Ehrlichman] 1971 December 14 

142 2

 Julie Eisenhower 1972 

48 5

 Election headquarters media planninig--Shoreham Hotel 1972 October 

80 24

 Election night 1972 1972 October-November 

80 26-27

 Endorsement letters 1972 

81 1-4

 Endorsements--memos 1972 August-October 

81 7-8

 Equal time 1969-1972 

53 30-34

 Ethnic press day, 10/27/72 1972 October-November 

106 16

 European contacts (names and addresses) 1972 August 16 

91 32

 [Expo '74] 1973 

103 10

 [Expo '74--photographs] 1973 

103 11

 F 1969, 1971 

48 26

 F 1969-1970 

45 25-26

 F 1971 

44 17

 [F] 1972 

110 17

 Fact sheets circa 1972 

91 33

 FCC 1972-1973 

54 22

 February--chron 1972 February 

91 9

 Federal Communications Commission 1971-1972 

54 17-18

 Trudy Feldman 1969, 1972 

43 9

 Robert Finch 1970-1971 

48 8

 [First Lady, University of Southern California, and Rose Parade] 1972 

6 20

 5 o'clock meetings 1969 

54 25

 Peter Flanigan 1969-1971 

48 11

 Harry Flemming 1969-1970 

48 9

 [Dick Fogel] 1971-1972 

110 41

 FOI--cases 1969-1972 

54 4-9

 FOI declassification system 1972 

54 3

 FOI--executive privilege 1968-1971 

54 12

 FOI--lists 1969 July 

54 14

 FOI--Moss Committee 1969-1972 

54 11

 FOI--newsmen's immunity 1972 

54 10

 FOI--Peers report 1973 January-May 

82 17-18

 FOI: reports by news organizations 1968-1972 

54 15-16

 FOI--SDX [Sigma Delta Chi] 1971-1972 

54 13

 [Franklin Forsberg] 1972 May-September 

110 42

 [Morton Frank] 1972 

110 43

 Barbara Franklin 1971-1972 

48 10

 Freedom of Information Act 1968-1969 

54 1

 [Freedom of Information Act] 1970-1972 

106 4

 Freedom of Information 1969, 1971-1972 

54 2

 Freedom of Information 1968-1972 

106 1-3

 Future daily appointments 1972 June, December 

89 17

 G 1969-1970 

45 27

 G 1971 

44 18

 G 1971 

48 27

 [G] 1972 

110 18

 [G] 1973 January-April 

109 22

 [Galleys, Nixon's Quest for Peace by Frank van der Linden 1972 

120 21

 [Joseph Gambatese] 1972 

110 44

 [Gannett correspondence] 1973 January 

82 1

 [Hy Gardner] 1971 December-1972 November 

110 45

 Len Garment 1970-1971 

48 14

 [Jack A. Gertz] 1972 

110 46

 Global communications 1969 

38 24

 Gould, Charles L. 1971 

44 19-20

 [Charles L. Gould] 1972 

110 47

 [Billy Graham] 1972 

110 48

 Bob Grant HGK Personal 1971 

43 10

 John Grenalds 1971 September 

48 15

 Guatemala mission 1973 March 

103 8

 Guatemala mission [photographs] 1973 March 

103 9

 [Guest list, dinner at the White House] 1973 May 24 

83 4

 H 1969-1970 

45 29-30

 H [photographs] 1969-1970 

45 31

 H 1969-1972 

48 28-29

 H 1971 

44 21

 [H] 1972-1973 

110 19

 [H] 1973 January-March 

109 23

 Jim Hagerty 1969-1971 

43 11-12

 Jim Hagerty 1966, 1969 

45 28

 Al Haig 1969-1972 

48 12

 Haldeman/Higby 1969-1972 

39 28

 H.R. Haldeman 1969-1974 

42 2-3

 H.R. Haldeman file 1969-1972 

124 4-6

 Bryce Harlow 1969-1971 

48 13

 Ed Harper 1972 

48 16

 Rita Hauser 1970-1971 

43 13

 Healy, George W. 1971 

44 22

 [George W. Healy, Jr.] 1972 

111 1

 [Bill Hearst] 1972 

111 2

 Herb Klein release--June 5, 1972 1972 June 5 

91 34

 Herb Klein trip reports 1971 March-April 

62 30

 Hewitt, James 1970-1971 

44 23

 HGK 1971--special appointments, backgrounders dinners 1969-1971 

109 16

 HGK file--biography circa 1970 

94 5

 HGK mailings '72 1972 July 5 

122 26

 HGK Mailings II 71 1971-1972 

128 1-2

 HGK meeting with network presidents, Dec. 16, 1971 1971 October-December, 1972 February 

90 20

 HGK [memorandums] from WH staff 1972-1973 

58 2-3

 [HGK notes] undated 

64 10

 [HGK notes] 1960, 1969-1973 

145 12

 HGK notes--special (RN regional briefings; Camp Pendleton; NBC Exec and RN; Kissinger backgrounders; China briefing) 1970-1971 

145 8

 HGK output 1969-1970 

38 1-2

 HGK--pertaining to bio 1969-1970 

37 25-26

 HGK--pertaining to bio [photographs] 1969-1970 

37 27

 [HGK scheduling] 1972 June 

89 16

 HGK speeches, articles on, [memorandums] to 1969 

56 25-26

 HGK staff meetings 1971 March 

62 29

 [HGK telephone messages] 1968 December-1969 March 

37 7-8

 [HGK telephone messages] 1969 April-November 

37 9-10

 [HGK telephone messages] 1969 September-1970 February 

37 11

 [HGK telephone messages] 1970 February-July 

37 12-13

 [HGK telephone messages] 1970 July-December 

37 14

 [HGK telephone messages] 1969 September-October, 1970 April, 1970 December-1971 May 

123 17-18

 [HGK telephone messages] 1971 May-1972 March 

37 15-18

 Larry Higby 1970-1972 

48 19

 Hodgson interview 1972-1973 

57 29

 Honorariums 1972 March 

91 36

 Honorary invitations accepted 1972 1972 February-March, May 

91 35

 Howard, Bailey K. 1972 August 

91 37

 HRH [H.R. Haldeman] #2 1970-1972 

39 29-31

 HRH [H.R. Haldeman] #3 1969-1972 

40 1-4

 Don Hughes 1970-1971 

48 17

 Human interest articles and letters 1969, 1971-1972 

69 44-45

 John Huntsman 1971 

48 18

 Tom Huston 1969 April, June 

66 22

 [Inaugural hotel reservations memorandum] 1973 January 5 

107 22

 [Information on Communications Department work submitted to H.R. Haldeman by Ken Clawson] 1972 

6 24

 Interviews with Klein 1969-1973 

57 16-18

 ITT case hearings (Kleindienst confirmation) 1971-1973 

56 19-21

 [ITT Controversy] 1972 

3 37-38

 J 1969-1970 

45 32

 J 1970, 1972 

48 30

 J 1971 

44 24

 [J] 1973 February-April 

109 24

 [J--photographs] 1973 February-April 

109 25

 Janet, HGK trip schedule 1972 March-May, August-November 

92 12

 [Martin E. Janis] 1972 

111 3

 January--chron 1973 January 9 

91 8

 Jeni Brown 1970 November-1971 September, 1972 October 

90 24-25

 [Jeni Brown's chron file] 1971 February, May-1972 February 

62 19-20

 [Jeni Brown's chron file] 1971 January-1972 January 

62 21-24

 [Jeni Brown's chron file] 1970 May-1971 January 

62 25

 Jeni miscellaneous 1971-1972 

40 33

 Jenner, Dr. 1968-1969 

45 33-36

 [Robert L. Jones] 1972 

111 4

 July--chron 1972 July 

91 15

 June 22 meeting with broadcasters 1971-1972, 1974 

7 6-7

 June--chron 1972 June 

91 14

 Justice and the press--subpoenas 1970, 1972 November 

105 10-11

 K 1969-1970 

45 37-38

 K 1969-1972 

48 31

 K 1971 

44 25

 [K] 1972 

110 20

 [K] 1972 December-1973 January 

109 26

 [Robert W. Kastenmeier] 1972 October-November 

105 12

 [Kenneth B. Keating] 1972 February-August 

111 5

 Bruce Kehrli 1970-1972 

66 23

 Jack Kemp 1970-1971 

43 14

 Jack Kemp [photographs] 1970-1971 

43 15

 [Jack Kemp] 1972 

111 6

 Jim Keogh 1969-1970, 1972 

66 24

 Henry Kissinger 1969-1972 

66 26

 [Kissinger briefing notes] circa 1968-1969 

145 4

 Klein--biographical 1971 

37 21

 [Klein biographical sketch] circa 1969 

60 31

 Klein confidential miscellaneous 1970-1972 

48 47

 Klein letters to media 1970 October 

93 30

 Klein [memorandums] 1972 December-1973 July 

58 1

 Klein personal [resignation] 1973 April, June 

56 18

 Knowland, William F. 1971 

44 26

 [Bill Knowland] 1971 March-April, 1972 

111 7

 [Theodore E. Kruglak] 1972 

111 8

 [Victor H. Krulak] 1972 

111 9

 L 1969-1970 

46 1-4

 L 1969-1970, 1972 

48 32

 L 1971 

44 27

 [L] 1972 

110 21

 [L] 1973 March 

109 27

 Last months of White House 1973 March-June 

64 13-14

 [Letter from Iranian Ambassador] 1972 July 17 

125 31

 [Letter re 1972 election from Nixon to Klein] 1972 November 16 

3 34

 [Letter re portrait of Pat Nixon by Alejo Vidal-Quadras] 1972-1973 

81 25

 [Letters and notes re photos] 1971-1972, undated 

129 43

 [Letters re action for FCC ruling for restoration of local television stations in San Diego] 1972 July 

82 20

 [Letters re government appointments] 1972-1973 

53 24

 [Licensing for public relations] 1973 April 16 

3 42

 [Franklin B. Lincoln, Jr.] 1972 March, June 

111 10

 [John Davis Lodge] 1972 February-April 

111 11

 [John P. Lomenzo] 1973 May 

90 21

 Loose papers 1970-1972 

41 1-2

 M 1969-1970 

46 5-6

 M 1970-1972 

48 33

 M 1971 

44 28

 [M] 1972 November-1973 March 

109 28

 [M] 1972 

110 22

 [Robert C. Macauley] 1972, 1973 March 

111 12

 Clark MacGregor 1971-1972 

66 25

 Jeb Magruder 1970 March 26 

66 27

 Mail and phone logs 1969-1972 

70 1-2

 Mailings 1969 April, 1970 November-1971 June 

60 32-35

 Mailings 1969-1971 

69 46-49

 Mailings 1970-1971 

69 50-53

 Mailings 1972-1973 

69 54-57

 Major congressional activity 1971 June-1972 October 

50 26-28

 Major public forums 1971 

57 30

 March--chron 1972 March 

91 10

 Mardikian, George 1945, 1957-1958, 1963, 1970-1972 

91 38

 Master calendar 1970 September-October 

52 18-19

 [Material re CBS subpoena for "Selling of the Pentagon"] 1971 April-May 

45 14-15

 May--chron 1972 May 

91 13

 Mazo, Earl 1970-1972 

43 16

 Mazo, Earl 1972 April, June 

91 39

 McKinnon, Dan 1971 

44 29

 [Dan McKinnon] 1971 September, 1972 

111 13

 McKnight, C.A. 1971 

44 30

 Charlie McWhorter 1969-1972 

43 18

 Media 1970 April, June-July, 1971 January, October-December 

93 4

 [Media] 1972 January, November 

108 15

 Media: American Newspaper Publishers Assn. 1970-1972 

93 12

 Media: American Society of Newspaper Editors 1968, 1970-1973 

93 9-10

 Media associations meetings 1969-1971 

93 11

 Media--bias 1969-1971 

93 29

 Media consultants 1970 November, 1971 January 

93 14

 [Media correspondence] 1971-1973 

53 25

 Media file [re antitrust lawsuit] 1973 

3 44-45

 Media: foreign 1971 January-February, May 

93 15

 [Media freedom] 1969, 1972-1973 

105 15-16

 [Media freedom] 1972-1973 

105 17-19

 Media: Gridiron 1970-1972 

93 16

 Media--HGK memos on schedules 1969-1970 

38 25

 Media--HGK memos on schedules 1969-1970 

38 26

 Media: Life 1971 March-April, October-November, 1972 January, May-July 

93 6

 Media lists 1961, 1969-1972 

93 17-20

 Media: National Assn. of Broadcasters 1970 June, 1971 March-August, 1972 April 

90 27

 Media: National Conf. of Editorial Writers 1971 

93 21

 Media: National Newspaper Assn. 1954, 1970-1972 

93 22-23

 Media: National Newspaper Assn. [photographs] 1954, 1970-1972 

93 24

 Media: National Newspaper Publishers Assn. 1971 August 12 

93 25

 Media--Peggy Ann Simpson undated 

93 31

 Media: Radio and TV News Correspondents 1970 January, 1971 January-February 

93 26

 Media: Sunday supplements 1971 February-March, June-July 

93 28

 Media: United Press International 1972 April-May, August-October 

93 7

 Media: White House Correspondents' Assn. 1971 April, June 

93 27

 [Memorandums] 1969-1972 

55 25

 [Memorandums] 1972 December 

123 11

 [Memorandums and form letters] 1969 

145 7

 [Memorandums] to the President 1969 

55 11-13

 [Memorandums] to the President 1970 

55 14-16

 [Memorandums] to the President 1971 

55 17-19

 [Memorandums] to the President 1972 

55 20-24

 [Memorandums] to the President 1973 

56 31-32

 [Memorandum to the President re National Association of Broadcasters Board of Directors meeting] 1971 February-November 

124 1

 [Memorandums, articles re ITT case] 1971-1972 

57 20

 [Memorandums from Cabinet] 1972-1973 

53 27

 [Memorandums from Herb Klein to H.R. Haldeman] 1972 

6 23

 [Memorandums from Klein to Haldeman] 1973 January-February 

53 20

 [Memorandums] on McGovern 1972 August 

107 19

 [Memorandums re 1972 election and media coverage] 1972 November 

81 14

 [Ferdinand Mendenhall] 1972 

111 14

 [Mexico p.r. brochure] circa 1971 

129 7-8

 [Mexico p.r. brochure--photographs] circa 1971 

129 9

 Meyer, Sylvan 1971 

45 1

 Cliff Miller 1971 

43 17

 [Paul Miller] 1972 May, September-October 

111 15

 [Miscellaneous business cards and notes] circa 1971-1972 

55 8-9

 [Miscellaneous correspondence] 1973 January 

82 3

 [Miscellaneous correspondence, memos, transcripts, reports] 1969-1972 

6 22

 Miscellaneous HGK notes, meetings, greetings (domestic, Kissinger) circa 1972 

109 15

 [Miscellaneous notes] circa 1973 

6 18

 [Miscellaneous White House memos, remarks, notes] 1970 

65 1-2

 [Raymond Moley] 1972 

111 16

 Clark Mollenhoff 1969-1970 

66 21

 Monthly report 1970 March-1971 March 

52 11-15

 Monday report 1970 December-1971 May 

52 16-17

 Monthly schedules--past 1972 August-October 

91 40

 Dick Moore 1970-1972 

66 28

 [Wickliffe B. Moore] 1972 June-December 

111 17

 Ed Morgan 1969-1971 

66 29

 [A.H. Motley] 1972 

111 18

 Daniel P. Moynihan 1969-1971 

66 30-31

 [John T. Murphy] 1972 

111 19

 N 1969-1970 

46 9

 N 1969-1972 

48 34

 N 1971 

45 2

 [N] 1972 

110 23

 [N] 1973 January-February 

109 30

 [Naval Air Station, Alameda] 1967, 1971 

2 8

 National Prayer Breakfast (misc.) 1971 November, 1972 January 

91 41

 Network presidents 1970-1971 

3 32

 Network reruns--prime time 1972 September-October 

93 32

 Network specials 1971 

78 2

 New Telecommunications Law in Peru 1971 November 10 

40 8

 News briefings 1972 March-July 

91 42

 News planning calendar 1971 July-1972 August 

50 17-19

 Newspaper Preservation Act 1969-1972 

93 33

 [Thomas P. Nickell, Jr.] 1972 

111 20

 Nixon children--Julie, David, Tricia 1970-1972 

93 35

 Nixon Library 1971 February-March 

93 34

 Mrs. Nixon 1970, 1972 

94 1

 [Nixon Q&A] circa 1973 

40 6

 Nixon, Richard 1963-1964, 1967-1968, 1970 

1 17

 Lyn Nofziger 1969-1971 

66 32

 [Note from Pat Michaels re radio interview] 1970 March, June 

64 9

 [Notes] undated 

82 5

 [Notes] circa 1972 

107 21

 [Notes] circa 1969-1972 

120 7-20

 [Notes] circa 1969-1972 

123 1-9

 [Notes and letters from 1972 appointment diary] 1972 

42 15

 November--chron 1972 November-December 

91 19

 O 1969 

46 10

 O 1970 

48 35

 [O] 1973 January 

109 31

 October--chron 1972 October 

91 18

 [Harry O'Donnell] 1972 July-October 

111 21

 Office of Communication 1974 

66 33

 Office of Telecommuncations 1969 December, 1970 February-June, 1972 April, June 

90 26

 P 1971 

45 3

 P 1969-1972 

48 36

 P 1969, 1970, 1973 

46 11-12

 [P] 1972 

110 24

 [P] 1973 January, March 

109 32

 Palmer, Cruise 1971 

45 4

 Parker, T. Warren 1970 

55 10

 [Leon W. Parma] 1972 September-October 

111 22

 Past schedules and back ups 1972, 1973 January-March 

89 11-15

 Pending engagements 1972 September-October 

89 18

 Pentagon papers 1971 June 

57 19

 [Personal file] 1972-1973 

110 11-12

 Personal correspondence 1972-1973 

110 2-4

 Personal correspondence 1973 May-June 

110 5

 Personal correspondence [photographs] 1973 May-June 

110 6

 Personal correspondence 1972-1973 

110 7-10

 [Personal letters to Klein as Director of Communications] 1970-1973 

53 21

 PIOs 1970-1972 

94 2

 PIO cutback 1969-1972 

94 3

 PIO meetings 1969-1972 

94 4

 Planning meetings 1970 January-April 

49 17

 Planning meetings: Agendas 1970 

47 1-2

 Planning meeting: game plans 1969 September, November-1970 January 

49 10-11

 Planning meeting: Schedules 1970 

47 3

 Plans (2) 1969 January-1970 August 

49 12-13

 Plans (3) 1970 August-1971 October 

49 14-16

 [Plans Committee agendas] 1969 November, 1970 January 

81 36

 Portland briefing 1971 September 

106 27

 Postmaster General Blount 1969 

48 46

 Powell, Thomas 1971 

45 5

 Presidential biography 1968, 1970-1971 

106 24

 Presidential requests 1971 October, 1972 May-June 

91 44

 President's schedule 1969 November-1972 November 

51 1-4

 President's schedule 1970 February-May 

82 8-10

 President's schedule 1971 

82 11-13

 President's schedule 1972 January-1973 June 

82 14-16

 [Press assignments, delegate lists, RNC] 1972 

105 1-3

 [Press assignments correspondence] 1972 July-August 

105 4

 [Press comment on the election and prospects for next 4 years] 1972 December 8 

83 3

 Press relations dinner group 1971 April, 1972 April 

91 43

 Ray Price 1970-1971 

55 26

 Problems solved--HK office 1969 

106 14

 [Procedures manual for Klein secretaries] 1970-1972 

81 35

 Proposed travel schedules undated 

91 45

 [Prospectus, Bicentennial cinema] circa 1973 

108 12

 Public broadcasting 1972 May 8 

91 46

 Public Citizen suit 1973 June-July 

56 24

 Public Relations Society of America 1970 

46 7

 Pulliam, Eugene 1971 

45 6

 Public broadcasting 1969 July, 1970 February, 1971 October 

90 28

 Public relations people 1969-1972 

106 15

 [John Purcell and Gannett Newspapers] 1971-1972 

81 27

 Q 1969-1970 

46 13

 Quaal, Ward L. 1971 

45 7

 [Ward L. Quaal] 1972 

111 23

 Quotation of Neil Armstrong 1969 September 16 

91 47

 R 1969-1971 

46 14

 R 1970-1972 

48 37

 R 1971 

45 8

 [R] 1973 January-March 

109 33

 [R] 1973 

110 25

 C.G. Rebozo 1970-1972 

43 19

 [Reelection endorsements release] 1972 November 2 

91 48

 William Rentschler 1969-1971 

43 20

 Report of the President's Fact Finding Commission on South Vietnam 1970 June 

40 5

 Report on Opinions and Activities of Primary Importance 1973 August 9 

103 12

 [Report on press coverage of RN trip to San Francisco, September 5, 1972] 1972 September 

105 6

 [Republic Communications, Inc. brochure] circa 1972 

81 29

 Republican Campaign 1972 1972 July 

91 49

 Republican National Convention 1972 August 

92 2-3

 [Republican National Convention--Florida, Aug. 13th-25th] 1972 July-August 

92 1

 Republican state chairmen 1972 March-May 

91 50

 Request for travel--vouchers submitted 1972 February, May-October 

92 8

 Requests for autograph and autographed photos, etc. of HGK 1970 October, 1972 April-May, August-October 

92 4

 RN endorsements (lists) 1972 April, September-October 

81 10-12

 Don Rumsfeld 1969-1972 

55 27

 Rural Affairs Council 1969 September, November 

49 9

 S 1968-1972 

46 15-19

 S 1969-1972 

48 38

 S 1971 

45 9

 [S] 1972 

110 26

 [S] 1972 November-1973 March 

109 34

 Bill Safire 1969-1971 

55 28-29

 Sat P1 Comm Mtgs [Saturday Plans Committee Meetings] 1970 

49 18-21

 Sat P1 Comm Mtgs [Saturday Plans Committee Meetings] 1970 

49 22-25

 Sat P1 Comm Mtg [Saturday Plans Committee Meetings] 1971 January-February 

90 22-23

 Sat P1 Comm Mtgs [Saturday Plans Committee Meetings] 1971 March-April 

49 26-28

 Sat P1 Comm Mtgs [Saturday Plans Committee Meetings] 1971 May-June 

50 1-4

 Sat P1 Comm Mtgs [Saturday Plans Committee Meetings] 1971 July-August 

50 5-6

 Sat P1 Comm Mtgs [Saturday Plans Committee Meetings] 1971 September-October 

50 13

 Sat P1 Comm Mtgs [Saturday Plans Committee Meetings] 1971 November-December 

50 14

 Sat P1 Comm Mtgs [Saturday Plans Committee Meetings] 1972 January 

50 15

 Sat P1 Comm Mtgs [Saturday Plans Committee Meetings] 1972 February 

50 16

 Schedule of speeches 1971 March-1972 December 

50 20-25

 Schedules--all speeches 1969-1970 

54 23-24

 Schedules--end of year wrap ups 1969 

47 4

 Schedules: final news plan 1969 

47 8-11

 Scrapbasket Susie HGK 1969-1971 

38 18

 Stan Scott 1971-1972 

55 30-32

 Secret/sensitive 1971 January 29 

54 26

 Secretary Kennedy 1971 

48 45

 Secretary Laird 1969, 1971 

48 43

 Secretary Volpe 1970 

48 44

 [Joan Seeley resume] circa 1973 

6 17

 Senate youth program 1973 February 

54 27

 Sensitive WH memos 1969-1973 

56 22-23

 Sentinel program 1969 

54 28

 September--chron 1972 July-September 

91 17

 Shea, James 1971 

45 10

 Jim Shea--California survey 1972 October-November 

53 28

 [Mrs. J.G. Shea] 1972 February-November 

111 24

 [Shield laws and newsmen] 1970, 1972-1974 

105 8

 Van Shumway 1970-1971 

56 7-8

 Sigma Delta Chi 1972 December 25 

92 5

 [Otto Silha] 1972 

111 25

 Alvin Snyder 1970-1972 

56 1-2

 Soviet Union 1969 

48 48

 Staff lists 1969 

106 11-13

 Staff meetings circa 1972 

92 6

 [James G. Stahlman] 1972 

111 26

 Stewardess "thank yous," 1972 July 6 

92 7

 Gordon Strachan 1970-1971 

56 3

 Connie Stuart 1969-1971 

56 6

 [Supreme Court press freedom cases] 1971-1972 

124 21

 T 1969-1970 

46 20-21

 T 1970, 1972 

48 39

 T 1971 

45 11

 [T] 1972 

110 27

 [T] 1973 

109 36

 [Ansel E. Talbert] 1972 

111 27

 Pier Talenti 1969-1972 

43 21-22

 Talking points: President's May 22 Watergate statement 1973 May 23 

123 12

 Task force 1968-1969 

48 49

 [Telecommunications licensing] 1973 June 22 

6 16

 [Telephone call memo re Pam Powell] 1972 October 27 

81 15

 Telephone calls 1972 June 29-1973 February 6 

85 1-2

 Telephone calls for Herb Klein 1969 January 

25 17

 [Telephone directories--White House Communications Agency and White House staff] circa 1970-1971 

123 30

 Telephone lists 1972 March 13-July 10 

43 4

 Two-year report 1970-1971 

40 32

 Thank you letters [from Klein as Director of Communications] circa 1973 January 

53 22

 [Thank you letters] 1973 February 2 

82 2

 Thank yous, trips 1971 May-1972 February 

62 26

 [Thomas, Edward F., letter to Klein] 1973 April 25 

3 43

 [Mims Thomason] 1972 

111 28

 Zan Thompson 1970-1972 

43 23-24

 Thoughts, etc. 1968-1969 

47 5-7

 [George Todt] 1953, 1971-1972 

111 29

 Ralph de Toledano 1970-1971 

43 25

 Travel vouchers (HGK) 1971 September-1972 November 

92 9-10

 Travel vouchers (Jeni) 1971 September, November, 1972 March-October 

92 11

 TV ratings 1970-1971 

78 1

 "United States Government Policy and Supporting Positions," 1968 

6 10

 The United States in the Changing World Economy 1971-1972 

42 4-5

 University of Southern California 1972 September-October 

92 13

 Urban Affairs Council meetings 1968 December-1969 December, 1970 March 

50 8-12

 [USIA telegrams] 1971 November 

40 7

 V 1969-1970 

46 22

 V 1971 

45 12

 V 1971 

48 40

 [V] 1973 September 27 

109 37

 Vice President Agnew 1969-1972, 1978 

56 4-5

 Visit of Chinese Journalists--ASNE--May 29, 1973 1973 February-May 

81 32

 W 1969-1970 

46 23-24

 W 1969-1972 

48 41

 W 1971 

45 13

 [W] 1972 

110 28

 [W] 1973 January-February 

109 38

 [Ira P. Walsh] 1972 

111 30

 [Jerry Warren] 1974 August, October 

105 9

 Weekly news schedule 1970 April-1971 May 

62 27

 Weekly report (1) 1970 January-March 

52 4-5

 Weekly report (2) 1970 March-September 

52 1-3

 Weekly report 3 1970 August-1971 March 

51 21-23

 Weekly reports 4 1969 September-1970 January 

51 19-20

 Weekly reports 5 1969 February-September 

51 17-18

 Weekly report (follow-up) 1970 May-December 

52 8-10

 Weekly reports (short version) 1969-1970 

52 6-7

 WETA 1970 April 

78 3

 John Whitaker 1969 

56 9

 White House 1973-1974 

66 34-35

 White House corres[pondence] 1973 

55 2-3

 [White House Emergency Plan memorandum addressed to Klein] 1969 

3 29

 White House facilities 1972 April 

92 14

 White House finances 1967, 1969, 1970, 1973 

46 8

 White House guest list--recommendations 1969-1970 

78 5

 White House guest list--Medal of Freedom 1970 March-April 

78 6

 White House socials--HGK 1970 July-August, 1971 May 

92 15

 [White House staff lists] 1972 November, 1973 March 

82 4

 Tom Whitehead 1969-1972 

56 10-12

 Eleanor Williams 1970 

43 26

 Reavis G. Williams 1969-1972 

43 27-31

 [Bob Wilson] 1972 

111 31

 [Reavis Winckler] 1969, 1971, 1973-1976 

103 21

 [Reavis Winckler photographs] 1969, 1971, 1973-1976 

103 22

 [Reavis Winckler] 1969-1974 

103 23-27

 [Reavis Winckler photographs] 1969-1974 

103 28

 [Reavis G. Winckler] 1971-1972 

111 32

 [William J. Woestendiek] 1972 

111 33

 [Z] 1973 

110 1

 [Walter J. Zable] 1972 

111 34

 Ron Ziegler 1970 December, 1972 November-December 

82 19

 Speeches and speaking engagements, events, and receptions 1969-1973 

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's presidency speeches and speaking engagements, events, and receptions subseries contains notes, typescripts, schedules, itineraries, clippings, photographs, correspondence, audiotapes, audiocassettes, and motion pictures, 1969-1973, collected, created, and used by Herbert G. Klein and his staff for the creation and delivery of Klein's speeches, and to organize and coordinate his multiple speaking engagements and the events and receptions he attended in the course of his official duties as White House Director of Communications. Included are Klein's handwritten notes for various speeches and public appearances; thank you letters; correspondence regarding both accepted and regretted invitations; audio (cassette and reel-to-reel) tapes of Klein and Nixon speeches and appearances as well as audio recordings of press conferences and remarks by other members of the Nixon administration; films of Klein appearances, primarily on Meet the Press and Face the Nation; travel and logistical information for Klein's speaking engagements and appearances; and notes and information for selected 1972 election appearances. A large number of Klein's speaking engagements were before members of Sigma Delta Chi, the national journalism society (referred to by Klein as "SDX"), and national and local broadcast and print journalism professional organizations.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged by date and by location. Klein kept separate files for trip logistics and speaking engagements which have been collocated; while most were generally arranged by date, some were arranged by location (state), and this arrangement has been maintained.

Technical requirements

Audio cassette, reel-to-reel, and projection equipment is required to listen to/view materials in this series.

 1969 

Box Folder

 HGK--Dinner for Press Correspondents [audiotape] circa 1969 

172 2

 HGK--Jack O'Brien show interview with Conover [audiotape] circa 1969 

172 3

 Herb Klein--Nassau--M.A.A.C. [audiotape] circa 1969 

172 4

 HGK--Today Show [audiotape] 1969 January 28 

172 5
Box

 HGK, American Advertising Federation [audiocassette] 1969 February 17 

185

 HGK, National Press Club [audiocassette] 1969 February 18 

185
Box Folder

 HGK press conference, Chicago [audiotape] 1969 February 20 

172 6
Box

 WNET [audiocassette] 1969 March 5 

185
Box Folder

 Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, March 1969 1969 March 28 

72 61

 Minnesota Newspaper Association speech, March 14, 1969 1968 December-1969 March 

60 5

 Minnesota Newspaper Association speech, March 14, 1969 [audiotape] 1968 December-1969 March 

172 17

 HGK remarks at Minnesota Newspaper Association Convention [audiotape] 1969 March 14 

172 7

 Leadership Training School, March 15, 1969 1969 March-June 

59 1
Box

 Remarks by HGK at Leadership Training School, Young Republican National Federation, DC [audiocassette] 1969 March 15 

185
Box Folder

 Public Relations Society of America, March 18, 1969 circa 1969 March 

59 26
Box

 Public Relations Society of America, March 18, 1969 [audiocassette] 1969 March 18 

185
Box Folder

 Sigma Delta Chi--speech--HK, Williamsburg, VA--March 29, 1969 1969 March-April, October 

59 16

 Sigma Delta Chi/Northern Illinois Univ. Campus Journalists/April 1969 1969 February, April 

59 12

 ANPA--American Newspaper Publishers Association, Apr. 1969/Mexican Award 1969 March-June 69 

72 14

 ASNE speech--convention, Apr. 1969 1969 January-April 

72 15

 Hoosier State Press Association, April 1969 1968 December-1969 May 

72 24

 American Jewish Committee, Indian Treaty Room, April 17, 1969 1968 April, 1969 March-April 

72 16

 Magazine Publishers Association/Big City Mayors 1969 April 24 

60 11

 Duke Ellington/White House party, April 29, 1969 1969 April 

72 60

 Detroit/Sigma Delta Chi, April 30, 1969 1969 April-May 

59 21
Box

 SDX Q&A, Detroit [audiocassette] 1969 April 30 

185

 HGK press conference, Detroit [audiocassette] 1969 April 30 

185
Box Folder

 Senate Press Secretaries Assoc., May 7, 1969 1969 April 9 

59 19

 Hollywood Radio and T.V. and Methodist Hosp., May 13, 1969 1969 February-May 

72 22-23

 HGK--Hollywood Radio and TV [audiotape] 1969 May 13 

172 8-10

 University of Maryland/Speech, May 16, 1969 1968 December-1969 February, May 

60 12

 Chicago communications notes, May 20, 1969 1969 January-June 

72 13

 HGK PRSA luncheon speech, Chicago [audiotape] 1969 May 20 

172 11

 Mutual Broadcasting/Nassau, May 22, 1969 1969 March-June 

60 6

 Historic Site Presentation--Blair House, Sigma Delta Chi--May 26, 1969 1969 May 

72 29

 National Newspaper Publishers Assoc., Indian Treaty Room--May 28, 1969 1969 February, May-June 

60 13

 Canadian Correspondents' Assoc., May 29, 1969 1969 May 20 

72 11

 Sigma Delta Chi--Boston, June 12, 1969 1969 May-June 

59 20

 Virginia Press Associations, 6/14/69--Blacksburg, VA. 1969 February-June 

59 11
Box

 HGK/Blacksburg Q&A [audio cassette] 1969 June 14 

189
Box Folder

 Overseas Press Club, June 17, 1969 1969 June 

59 23

 Sigma Delta Chi/Los Angeles, Calif. 6/19/69 1968 December-1969 June 

59 13

 National Newspaper Publishers Assoc., Phoenix, Arizona, 6/19/69 1969 January-February, May-June 

59 22

 California Newspaper Publishers' Assoc. Editors' Conference--6/20/69--Palo Alto, Calif. 1969 June 

72 10

 [KCBS Radio, In Depth #22--Herb Klein audiotape] 1969 June 22 

172 12

 National Businessmen's Council, June 25, 1969--New York City 1969 January-June 

60 7-8

 HGK [audiotape] 1969 July 2 

172 13

 A Salute to America [audiotape] 1969 July 4 

181 19

 Second Sunday--On Trial the Man in the Middle [audiotape] 1969 July 7 

172 14

 AFTRA--Am. Fed. of TV and Radio Artists, July 23, 1969 1969 May-July 

72 7

 Sigma Delta Chi, Dallas, Texas--August 1969 1969 August 

59 14

 HGK--Dallas, SDX [audiotape] 1969 August 

172 15
Box

 Dallas SDX [audiocassette] 1969 August 

185
Box Folder

 Republican Associates--8/1/69, Los Angeles, Calif. 1969 July-August 

59 17

 Saigon press feed [audiotape] 1969 August 1 

172 16

 HGK, KHJ, 8/3/69, Interview with Art Kevin [audiotape] 1969 August 3 

172 17

 VP Agnew, Hotel del Coronado [audiotape] 1969 August 16 

172 18

 PRSA--Public Relations Society of Am., Dallas, Texas--August 20, 1969 1969 May-August 

59 27-28

 Zionist Organization of America 1969 September-November 

60 4

 Federal Bar Association, Chicago, Ill., September 4, 1969 1969 July 28 

72 25

 Sigma Delta Chi--Milwaukee, 9/16, 17/69--Milwaukee, Toledo, Cleveland 1969 March-September 

59 15

 Interview with Mr. Tran Van Lam, NY [audiotape] 1969 September 22 

172 19

 HGK July 69--remarks to military leaders, Pentagon [audiotape] 1969 September 23 

172 20
Box

 [HGK on Good Morning America--videotape] 1969? September 19 

247
Box Folder

 PRSA--September 24, 1969, New York City 1969 July, September-October 

60 2

 Radio Television News Directors, Sept. 25, 1969--Detroit, Mich. 1969 August-December 

59 9

 San Francisco Press Club--Awards Dinner, September 26, 1969 1969 September-October 

59 18

 HGK--and Lou Gordon [audiotape] 1969 September 28 

173 1

 HGK Sept. 69--Barry Farber Show, NY [audiotape] 1969 September 30 

173 2

 HGK, Oct. 69--RTNDA Conference [audiotape] 1969 October 

173 3

 GOP Midwest Conference, Chicago, Ill., October 2, 1969 1969 October 

72 27

 Hanover Township, Ill. 1969 October 3 

145 30

 Hanover Township--Chicago, Ill., October 3, 1969 1969 July-October 

72 28

 Hanover Township, Ill. [audiotape] 1969 October 3 

173 4

 HGK with Lou O'Neill on WEMP's For the Record [audiotape] 1969 October 4 

173 5

 University of Redlands, Oct. 9, 1969/Redlands, Calif. 1969 June-October 

59 10

 Colorado Bar Association, Oct. 9-12th/So. Cal. UP Press Editors 1969 March-October 

72 17

 HGK Moratorium [audiotape] 1969 October 15 

173 6-7

 PRSA--Newark, New Jersey--October 16, 1969 1969 June, October 

60 1

 Independent Telephone Assoc./Speech, October 17, 1969/Wash., D.C. 1969 October 

60 9

 Dayton, Ohio, October 22, 1969 1969 October 

72 19
Box

 WHIO, Dayton, Ohio, President's Club [audiocassette] 1969 October 22 

185
Box Folder

 Johnny Carson show, NYC--October 28, 1969 circa 1969 October 

72 12

 California--November 5-11, 1969 1969 

72 8-9

 Alhambra Rotary, Nov. 6, 1969/New York: ARTS (Intern'l Radio/TV Soc.)/Philadelphia: PPRS 1969 November 

72 30
Box

 Herbert Klein, Alhambra, Calif., Alhambra Rotary [audiocassette] 1969 November 6 

185
Box Folder

 Vietnam Report [audiotape] 1969 November 6 

174 1

 TWA visit U.S.A. Editors Tour--1969, HGK briefing--11/11/69 1969 October-November 

60 3

 The President's Men, NET 1969 November 13 

59 25

 Face the Nation, November 16, 1969--Wash., D.C. 1969 October-November 

72 20-21
Box

 Face the Nation [motion picture] 1969 November 16 

236
Box Folder

 Blair House 1969 November 17 

72 59

 International Radio/TV Society--NYC, November 19, 1969 1969 September-November 

60 10

 HGK remarks, International Radio and Television Society Newsmaker Luncheon, NYC [audiotape] 1969 November 19 

174 2

 HGK Oct. 69--remarks, NYC [audiotape] 1969 November 19 

174 3

 Philadelphia Public Relations Assoc., Philadelphia, PA/November 20, 1969 1969 June, November 

59 24

 Federal Editors, Wash., D.C., December 4, 1969 1969 October-December 

72 26

 HGK Dec. 69--before Federal Editors Assn., D.C. [audiotape] 1969 December 4 

174 4

 Congressional Fellows, Dec. 5, 1969--EOB Bldg. 1969 December 2 

72 18
Box

 [HGK discussing FCC licensing policies--audiocassette] circa 1969 

189
Box Folder

 HGK invitations--accepted 1969 

59 3

 HGK--invitations accepted 1969 

72 5

 HGK invitations--turned-down 1969 

59 4-9

 HGK--invitations turned-down 1969 

72 6

 Biographical information, Herbert G. Klein 1969 May 

75 53

 Biographical information, Herbert G. Klein [photographs] 1969 May 

75 54

 1970 

Box Folder

 [Speech material] circa 1970 

72 36

 Firing Line--Wm. F. Buckley, Jr., January 6, 1970 1969 November-1970 January 

74 26

 Emergency Broadcast System, 1/7/70--closed circuit 1969 December-1970 January 

72 33

 Republican National Finance Comm., New York City, 1/29/70 1969 October-1970 February 

74 25

 William Randolph Hearst United States Senate Youth Foundation 1970 February 2 

74 24

 Yale-Harvard-Princeton, February 3, 1970 1970 January-February 

74 23

 Brookings Institution, 2/4/70 1970 January-February 

73 3

 HGK and Pres. trip to Indianapolis, Ind. and Chicago, Ill., Feb. 4th and 5th, 1970 1970 January-February 

73 10

 El Paso speech--Texas Newspaper Assoc., El Paso, Texas, 2/16/70 1970 February 

73 6

 HGK--El Paso, Texas, 2/16/70 [Texas Press Association] 1970 February 

145 31-32

 HGK--El Paso, Texas, 2/16/70 [Texas Press Association] [audiotape] 1970 February 

174 5

 El Paso, Texas, 2/16/70 1969 December, 1970 February 

74 21

 Federal Executive Inst., Charlottesville, Virginia, 2/23/70 1969-1970 

73 1-2

 HGK--2/27/70--San Diego, Wilson dinner 1969 December, 1970 February-March 

73 20

 HGK speech--San Diego, Feb. 27, 1970 [audiotape] 1970 February, April 

174 6

 Wayne, PA, 3/1/70 [Wayne Presbyterian Church] [audiotape] 1970 March 1 

174 7

 Chicago, HGK speech, March 13, 1970 1970 January-March 

73 15

 HGK--Chicago news conference [audiotape] 1970 March 13 

174 9

 HGK March 70--A press conference with Herb Klein, D.C. [audiotape] 1970 March 13 

174 8

 [Gridiron Club dinner, March 14, 1970] 1970 March 

72 38

 HGK speech--Sigma Delta Chi, 3/29/70, Williamsburg, Virginia 1970 March 29 

73 13

 [Clippings re: appearances] 1970 April-May 

72 42

 Press conf./speeches, 4/70 trip 1970 

90 16

 HGK remarks, 4/2/70, Yale University 1970 April 

73 33

 HGK speech--Yale Political Union [audiotape] 1970 April 2 

174 10-11

 Montauk, 4/2/70 1970 April 

73 46

 Library of Presidential Papers, 4/3/70 1970 

145 33-34

 HGK schedule, Chicago/California, 4/6-4/14/70 1970 March-April 

74 12

 Nat'l. Association of Broadcasters 4/7/70 1969-1970 

73 22

 [National Association of Broadcasters, Chicago, April 7, 1970] 1970 April 

145 35

 [National Association of Broadcasters, Chicago, audiotape] 1970 April 7 

174 12

 Stanford University, Stanford, California, 4-7-70 1970 April 8 

73 14

 HGK--4/8/70--Kiwanis, Long Beach, Calif. 1970 April 8 

145 36

 HGK 4/8/70--Kiwanis, Long Beach, Calif. [audiotape] 1970 April 8 

174 13

 HGK--UCLA, 4/9/70 1969 November 

145 37

 UCLA--4/9/70 1970 March-April 

73 24
Box

 Herb Klein, GOP Leadership Conference [audiocassette] 1970 April 17 

185
Box Folder

 The Volunteers of America, 4/22/70, New Orleans 1969-1970 

73 48

 HGK Oklahoma SDX awards, 4/25/70 1970 February-April 

74 15

 Sigma Delta Chi, Oklahoma City, 4/25/70 1970 April 

74 27

 SDX--Oklahoma--April 25, 1970 1969-1970 

145 39

 HGK, 4/25/70--Oklahoma SDX (Crime, Silent Majority) 1970 March-April 

145 38

 HGK, 4/25/70--Oklahoma, SDX (Crime, Silent Majority) [audiotape] 1970 April 25 

174 14

 [Executive Branch appearance schedules] 1970 May 

74 33

 Associated Press Editors, Columbus, Ohio, 5/2/70 1969 December, 1970 May 

74 10

 AP Editors, 5/2/70, Columbus, Ohio 1970 May 2 

145 40

 HGK--Dick Cavett Show, May 7, 1970 1970 February-May 

145 41

 AIA, 5/11/70, NYC, (HGK award) 1970 April-May 

73 45
Box

 NY Post--Klein--Hickel [audiocassette] 1970 May 13 

185
Box Folder

 SDX Speech--New Jersey--5/16/70 1970 May, July 

145 42

 SDX dinners, New Jersey, 5/16/70 1970 May 

73 32
Box

 SDA speech, New Brunswick [audiocassette] 1970 May 16 

185
Box Folder

 HGK, Chicago, 5/18/70 1970 May 

169 1

 HGK--Boosters, Chicago [audiotape] 1970 May 18 

174 15

 HGK--Merv Griffin Show [audiotape] 1970 May 20 

174 16

 Boston Publicity Club, SDX, May 20, June 12, 1970 1970 May-June 

74 19

 HGK speech--Boston Publicity Club [audiotape] 1970 May 20 

174 17

 Chicago Boosters, 5/18/70 1970 May 

74 20

 Merv Griffin show--taping 5/19/70 1970 April-May 

72 32

 Publicity Club of Boston, May 20, 1970 1970 May 

73 44

 [Chicago Chapter, Boy Scouts of America] 1970 May-June 

72 37

 [Sigma Delta Chi dinner, Washington, D.C.] 1970 June 

72 39

 [Sigma Delta Chi dinner, Washington, D.C.--photographs] 1970 June 

72 40

 Presidential regional media briefings 1970 June 

73 42

 HGK--June 70--Today on Cambodia [audiotape] 1970 June 

174 18

 HGK, Boy Scouts, Chicago, Ill., 6/2/70 1970 May-June 

73 19

 HGK--Graphic Arts lunch, Chicago, and press conference [audiotape] 1970 June 2 

175 1-2

 Greater Buffalo, 6/3/70 1970 April 

74 18

 Cable Television, June 6, 1970 1969 October, 1970 June 

74 9

 Departure statement [audiotape] 1970 June 8 

175 3

 National Cable TV, HGK speech, Chicago, June 9, 1970 1970 June 9 

169 2

 National Cable Television, Chicago, Illinois, 6/9/70 1970 March-June 

74 22

 National Cable TV, HGK speech, Chicago [audiotape] 1970 June 9 

175 4-5

 Sperling breakfast, Washington, DC, 6/12/70 1970 June 12 

74 28

 Kemp dinner, Buffalo, NY, 6/13-14/70 1970 June 

73 5

 Toastmasters International--Arlington, VA, 6/19/70 1970 February-April, June 

73 4

 American Agricultural Editors, June 23, 1970 1970 June 23 

169 3

 American Agricultural Editors Assn., June 23, 1970 1970 June 

73 34

 American Agricultural Editors Assn., June 23, 1970 1970 June 23 

74 11

 Press conference, Las Vegas, 6/25/70 1970 June 

72 34

 HGK/Las Vegas/Los Angeles/San Clemente, June 25-June 30 1970 June 

74 13

 Western White House briefing, San Clemente, 6/26/70 1970 June 23-26 

73 9

 [Program with HGK's notes,1970 National Broadcast Editorial Conference] 1970 July 

125 20

 Park City, Utah, July 9-10, 1970 1970 May, July 

73 30

 HGK--Park City, Utah [audiotape] 1970 July 10 

175 6

 Utah speech/press conference, July 10, 1970 1970 

74 14

 Landing in Hanoi [recording] 1970 July 10 

175 7

 Social Studies Educators, July 15, 1970, Indian Treaty Room 1970 May-July 

74 7

 [Mexico trip, July 21-29, 1970] 1970 

73 36-37

 Mexico City, 7/21-29/70 1970 July 

73 38

 HGK Mexico trip, July 23, 1970 1969-1970 

169 4-5

 HGK Mexico trip, July 23, 1970 [audiotape] 1970 July 23 

175 8

 [Radio and Television News Association of Southern California] 1970 July-August 

72 35

 Ronn Owens program [attack on RMN, Ron Ziegler, and J. Edgar Hoover] [audiotape] 1970 August 4 

175 9

 HGK, SDX, Atlanta, August 11, 1970 1970 

169 6

 HGK, SDX, Atlanta, August 11, 1970 [audiotape] 1970 August 11 

175 10

 [Sigma Delta Chi, Atlanta; National Governors Conference, Missouri--August 11-12, 1970] 1970 June-August 

72 41

 National Governors Conference, Aug. 12, 1970 1970 

74 8

 Association for Education in Journalism--D.C., 8/19/70 1970 

73 17-18

 WWJ--Detroit--8/20/70 1970 

73 26

 HGK August 70--Anniversary of Radio Michigan [audiotape] 1970 August 20 

175 11

 Western Editors and Broadcasters, 8/24/70, San Clemente 1970 August 20 

73 21

 Chautauqua, August 26, 1970 1970 January-August 

74 2

 HGK August 26, 70--Chautauqua, NY, Chautauqua Institute [audiotape] 1970 August 26 

175 12

 HGK--Dick Cavett Show [audiotape] 1970 September 10 

175 13

 HG remarks, WH Fellows, 9/11/70 1970 

74 3

 Chicago briefings, 9/16-17/70 1970 September 

73 43

 HGK remarks, 9/17/70, Skokie, Ill. Service Clubs 1970 September 

74 4
Box

 Herb Klein, Skokie Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions Club, Skokie, Illinois [audiocassette] 1970 September 17 

185
Box Folder

 HGK European trip 1970 September, November 

169 7

 Europe 1970 1970 

73 39-41

 HGK interview--Armed Forces Radio [audiotape] 1970 September 24 

175 14

 Los Angeles/San Diego 1970 October 5-6 

73 12

 San Diego Kiwanis, October 6, 1970 1970 October 6 

169 8

 HGK--Oct. 6--San Diego Kiwanis [audiotape] 1970 October 6 

175 15

 Biloxi, Miss./Atlanta, Ga., 10/9-10/10/70 1970 August-December 

74 16

 HGK Oct. 70--Mississippi Manufacturers Assn., Biloxi [audiotape] 1970 October 9 

175 16

 Chicago, Ill./Indianapolis-Bloomington, 10/13/70 1970 October-December 

73 49

 HGK Oct. 70--Indiana Univ. [audiotape] 1970 October 13 

175 17

 Missouri Press Assn., Dallas Republicans, 10/16-17/70 1970 August-October 

74 1

 HGK--Business Council [audiotape] 1970 October 17 

175 18

 Buffalo, NY/Salt Lake City/Los Angeles/Albuquerque, New Mexico/Kansas City, Mo., 10/20-10/23/70 1970 September-December 

74 17

 Business Council, 10/20/70, Hot Springs 1970 August-October 

73 31

 HGK Oct. 70--Frontier Press Club, Buffalo [audiotape] 1970 October 20 

175 19

 HGK--Missouri Broadcast Assn. luncheon, and press conference, Kansas City [audiotape] 1970 October 23 

176 1

 Association of National Advertisers, Hot Springs, VA., 10/26-27/70 1970 October-November 

73 35

 Association of National Advertisers, October 27, 1970 1970 

169 9-10

 Association of National Advertisers, October 27, 1970 [audiotape] 1970 October 27 

176 2

 World Affairs Council, 10/29/70, Calif. 1970 

169 11

 World Affairs Council, 10/29/70, Calif. [audiotape] 1970 October 29 

176 3

 World Affairs Council of Orange County, Thursday, Oct. 29, 1970 1970 July, October 

73 11

 Johns Hopkins, 11/11/70 1970 November 

169 12

 The Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium, "Perspective on Violence," 11/16/70 1970 July-November 

74 6

 PRSA, Atlanta, GA, 11/17/70 1970 October-November 1970 

73 29

 Potomac Women's Club, Nov. 18, 1970 1970 April, November 

73 16

 HGK, Calif., Nov. 19, 20, 1970 1968, 1970 

73 27-28

 HGK--LA Junior Chamber of Commerce [audiotape] 1970 November 19 

176 4

 Klein's speech for International Highway Fed., 12/70 1970 December 

74 5

 Washington Gas Men's Roundtable, December 1, 1970, HGK remarks, University Club 1970 December 1 

73 47

 [Speech notes] 1970 December 10 

75 34

 San Diego Rotary, Dec. 17, 1970 1970 August-December 

73 25

 HGK speaking turn downs 1970 

72 31

 [Invitations] 1970 

72 55

 Invitations accepted 1970 January-February 

74 29

 HGK invitations accepted 1970 January-February 

73 23

 Invitations turned down 1970 January-March 

74 30

 HGK turn downs (speaking engagements) 1970 

74 31-32

 Klein photographs [from appearances] 1970 

74 34-36

 1971 

Box Folder

 Minnesota/North Dakota/California 1970 December, 1971 February 

75 39

 Remarks of Herb Klein in an interview, CBS Studios [audiotape] 1971 January 5 

176 5

 HGK--CBS [audiotape] 1971 January 6 

177 1
Box

 Capitol Cloakroom: CBS [audiotape] 1971 January 6 

193
Box Folder

 Secretary of the Treasury David M. Kennedy, Athens, Georgia [audiotape] 1971 January 27 

177 2

 Navy League 1971 January-February 

75 38

 Lincoln Day 1971 February 

75 49-50

 HGK press conference [audiotape] 1971 February 10 

177 3

 Memphis--Louisville--Cincinnati--Columbus, 2/11-13/71 1970 December-1971 February 

75 51
Box

 Columbus Q&A [audiocassette] 1971 February 

186
Box Folder

 [Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Newport Beach trip, February 18-22, 1971] 1970 December-1971 March 

75 48

 [Sigma Delta Chi, University of North Dakota, February 19, 1971] 1971 January 29 

72 43

 HGK remarks--SDX luncheon, North Dakota [audiotape] 1971 February 19 

177 4

 [South Dakota] 1971 February-March 

90 11

 Foreign policy briefing material for Overseas Press Club 1971 February-March 

76 10

 Des Moines briefing 1971 February-March 

75 52

 Kansas/Illinois/Georgia 1971 March 

75 41

 [Klein briefing during President's trip to Rochester] 1971 March 

74 43

 Illinois--Chicago 1971 March 

90 12

 New York, 3/2/71, American Press Institute Overseas Press Club 1971 February-March 

76 9

 American Press Institute/Overseas Press Club, 3/2/71 December 1970-March 

73 8

 American Press Institute--Columbia University [audiotape] 1971 March 2 

177 5

 American Press Institute, NYC, 3/2/71 1971 February-March 

76 11

 Dallas, Texas Broadcasters, 3/8/71 1971 January-March 

76 6

 HGK speech, Dallas [recording] 1971 March 8 

177 6

 Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, March 11, 1971 1970 December, 1971 March 

76 7

 Princeton University, New Jersey, 3/11/71 1970 December-1971 March 

75 10

 Rotary/Kiwanis, Columbus, Ohio, 3/15/71 1971 March 15-16 

75 22

 HGK--main address, Columbus, Ohio [audiotape] 1971 March 15 

177 7-9

 HGK news conference, Neil House, Columbus, Ohio [audiotape] 1971 March 15 

177 10

 Arizona--3/18,19/71 1971 

90 13

 Chicago/Phoenix/Tucson, 3/18-20/71 1971 January-March 

75 58

 [Tucson Trunk 'N Tusk Club appearance, March 19, 1971] 1971 January-March 

60 14

 HGK press conferences, Phoenix [audiotape] 1971 March 19 

177 11

 Herb Klein--news conference, Tucson Press Club [audiotape] 1971 March 19 

177 12

 Dallas/Houston, Texas, 3/22-23/71 1971 March 

76 8

 Dallas--Houston, 3/23/71 1971 

90 10

 Klein schedule--Dallas/Houston, Texas, Tuesday, March 23, 1971 1971 March-April 

75 1

 Atlanta Rotary, Atlanta, GA, 3/24/71 circa 1971 March 

75 17

 Pittsburgh, Penna. 1971 March 25, 

75 59

 Wichita, Kan./Atlanta, GA/Chicago, Ill., Mar. 27-30/71 1971 January-March 

74 48

 Wichita, Atlanta, Chicago--HGK, 3/27-29-30/71 1970-1971 

90 8

 [Atlanta Rotary Club, March 29, 1971] 1970 November-1971 March 

72 46

 [Atlanta Rotary Club, March 29, 1971--photographs] 1970 November-1971 March 

72 47

 Rotary Club speech [audiotape] 1971 March 29 

177 15

 Inside Story, Aubrey Morris [audiotape] 1971 March 29 

177 13

 Audio--WSB TV news conference [audiotape] 1971 March 29 

177 14

 HGK--open news conference, White Columns [audiotape] 1971 March 29 

177 16

 HGK remarks--NAB [National Association of Broadcasters] management luncheon, Chicago [audiotape] 1971 March 30 

177 17

 HGK NAB convention news conference [audiotape] 1971 March 30 

178 1

 [Richmond News Leader editorial board] 1971 March, June 

72 49

 [American Furniture Mart, Chicago] 1971 March-June 

72 48

 Chicago 1971 April-June 

90 7

 Pittsburgh, Penna., 4/5/71 1971 February-April 

74 49

 HGK--Newsmakers Dinner, Pittsburgh [audiotape] 1971 April 5 

178 2
Box

 Herb Klein at Hollywood Radio and TV luncheon [audiocassette] 1971 April 11 

186

 Face the Nation [motion picture] 1971 April 11 

237
Box Folder

 Pennsylvania regionals, 4/12/71 1971 March-April 

90 18-19

 Communication conference, Austin, Texas, 4/17/71 1971 April 17-18 

75 20

 Texas/California, April 17-18, 1971 1971 April 16-18 

75 4-5

 Austin, Texas, NYC/California, 4/17-4/30/71 1971 April 

75 6
Box

 CPC, California [audiocassette] 1971 April 21 

186
Box Folder

 LA, World Affairs Council, 4/29/71 1971 February-May 

90 9
Box

 LAWAC--Herbert Klein, President's Press Secretary--"Time of Crisis--Time of Decision" [audiocassette] 1971 April 29 

186
Box Folder

 Hamilton College, Hamilton, NY, 5/3/71 1970 December-1971 May 

74 41

 HGK--Hamilton College, Clinton, NY [audiotape] 1971 May 3 

178 3

 Press Day, St. Bonaventure U., St. Bonaventure, NY, May 8, 1971 1971 March-May 

76 2

 HGK--main address, Press Day, St. Bonaventure Univ., NY [audiotape] 1971 May 8 

178 4

 California, May 10-12, 1971 1971 May 

74 38
Box

 Hollywood Radio and T.V. Society Members [audiocassette] 1971 May 11 

186
Box Folder

 Ohio Assn. of Broadcasters, Cincinnati, May 14, 1971 1971 April-May 

75 60

 WCKY 1530 [audiotape] 1971 May 14 

178 5

 [Ohio Broadcasters Association, May 14, 1971] 1971 March-May 

72 44

 [HGK, O.A.B. Convention, Cincinnati] [audiotape] 1971 May 14 

178 6

 Cincinnati, O., 5/14/71 1971 May 14 

74 42

 Domestic briefings, Birmingham, Alabama, Tuesday, May 15, 1971 1971 May 

76 14-15

 Joint computer conference, Atlantic City, May 18, 1971 1971 January-May 

76 12

 Business Editors' meeting with RN, May 18, 1971 1971 May 

74 44

 [HGK speech] [audiotape] 1971 May 18 

178 7

 Naval War College, Newport, R. Island 1971 May 19 

75 18

 HGK lecture, NWC, Newport, RI [audiotape] 1971 May 19 

178 8

 Newport, R.I., 5/19/71 1968, 1970-1971 

75 55

 Naval Reserve Wash., 5/24/71 1971 May 24 

75 19

 First International Congress of Women Journalists, Washington, D.C., 5/24/71 1971 May 

74 40

 California and Iowa--5/24, 25/71 1971-1972 

76 1

 Iowa/California, May 25-27, 1971 1971 March-May 

75 2

 The President's remarks at the background briefing in Birmingham, Alabama [audiotape] 1971 May 25 

178 9
Box

 HG Klein, D.C., public broadcasting show on polls [audio cassette] 1971 May 31 

186
Box Folder

 [Advertising Council Conference] 1971 March, May-June 

74 39

 Richmond, Virginia 1971 June 

75 42

 Rockford, Ill., June 2, 1971 1971 May-June 

74 37
Box

 Klein news conference [audiocassette] 1971 June 2 

186
Box Folder

 HGK, Arkansas, 6/10/71 1971 May-July 

89 27-28

 HGK remarks--Little Rock, June 10, 1971 1971 June 10 

169 13

 HGK remarks--Little Rock [audiotape] 1971 June 10 

178 10

 [National Newspaper Publishers Association convention, Atlanta] 1971 June 10 

72 45

 PRSA 6/11/71, Little Rock, Ark. 1971 June 11 

75 21

 [PRSA luncheon speech] 1971 June 11 

60 15

 [Lunar watch presentation, June 15, 1971] 1970 December-1971 June 

60 16

 Wilmington, Delaware, June 15-16, 1971 1971 June 

75 3

 Rochester briefing, June 18, 1971 1971 June 

76 17

 HGK--Atlanta--June 18, 1971 1966 May, 1971 April-June 

89 30-31

 Atlanta, Georgia, June 18, 1971 1971 March-June 

76 3

 Chicago--June 22, St. Louis--June 22, 1971 1971 June 

74 45

 HGK, June 26, 1971, Rochester 1971 March-June 

89 26

 Nat. Newspaper Assn., Rochester, NY, 6/27/71 1971 April, June 

75 16

 HGK, Richmond, VA. 1971 June 28 

90 5

 Schedule for Manchester, N.H. and Canton, Ohio--join Presidential party 1971 June-July 

72 50

 Press briefing on Action Corps [audiotape] 1971 July 1 

178 11

 Media briefing, Kansas City, Missouri, July 6, 1971 1971 July 

76 16

 [Schedule for Los Angeles/San Diego trip, July 9-13, 1971] 1971 July 

76 18

 Kiwanis, Monrovia, California, 9/9/71 1971 July, September 

76 5

 California, July 9-18, 1971 1971 February, June-July 

74 46
Box

 Herb's press conference, San Francisco [audiocassette] 1971 July 

186

 San Francisco press conference [audiocassette] 1971 July 12 

186
Box Folder

 HGK, Calif. and Nevada, 7/10/71 1969-1971 

90 1-3

 Herb Klein's address to the California-Nevada Associated Press business meetings, Hotel del Coronado [audiotape] 1971 July 10 

178 12

 HGK news conference, Fort Wayne [audiotape] 1971 July 11 

178 13

 Denver, Colorado 1971 July 23 

75 27

 [International Platform Association appearance, July 28, 1971] 1971 May-July 

60 17

 HGK--New Hampshire, 7/30/71 1971 June-July 

89 29

 HGK press conference with Clark MacGregor [audiotape] 1971 August 2 

178 14

 Agricultural Editors dinner at Blair House 1971 August 5 

75 28

 Remarks of Sec. Hodgson to a group of newsmen, HGK's office, EOB-162 [audiotape] 1971 August 9 

178 15

 [San Diego Institute on World Affairs appearance, August 9, 1971] 1971 February, July-August 

60 18

 HGK--Institute on World Affairs, San Diego [audiotape] 1971 August 9 

178 16
Box

 American Numismatic Association, Washington Hilton, D.C. [audiocassette] 1971 August 11 

186
Box Folder

 Columbus/Cleveland, Ohio, 8/15-16/71 1970 November, 1971 February-March 

75 56-57

 [Los Angeles, Reno, Portland trip, 8/17-9/3/71] 1971 August-September 

60 19

 [Reno appearance--audiotape] circa 1971 August-September 

181 17

 [Order of the Southwest Corner certificate] 1971 August 18 

60 28

 HGK--KGO radio 3 hour talk [audiotape] 1971 August 24 

178 17

 HGK--adress to the San Francisco P.R. Roundtable luncheon [audiotape] 1971 August 25 

178 18

 California/Chicago, Los Angeles Kiwanis district convention, September 8-10, 1971 1971 February-September 

60 20

 [Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Denver appearances, September 14-16, 1971] 1971 September 

60 21

 Washington Press Club, 9/16/71 1971 July-August 

76 4

 HGK--Olympia, Washington [audiotape] 1971 September 21 

178 19

 HGK appearance, Rambling with Gambling, NYC, 9/22-23/71 1971 September 22-23 

75 12

 HGK appearance, Rambling with Gambling, NYC, 9/22-23/71 [photographs] 1971 September 22-23 

75 13

 HGK--GM public relations conference [audiotape] 1971 September 28 

179 1

 HGK--SMU, Vote '71 [audiotape] 1971 September 30 

179 2

 Los Angeles Times Management Conference, Los Angeles and Seattle City 1971 September-October 

75 40

 Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 1971 September-December 

75 37

 Brussels, Belgium 1971 October-December 

75 47

 International Association of Political Consultants, Brussels, Belgium 1971 October-December 

75 36

 Billy Graham Day, Charlotte, North Carolina 1971 October 4-5 

75 23

 New York, October 8, 1971 1971 September-October 

75 15

 HGK and Kissinger trip, Chicago 1971 October 13 

75 25

 Kissinger trip, Chicago 1971 October 13 

60 22

 Asheville, North Carolina, October 19, 1971 1971 September-October 

89 32

 North Carolina Assn. of Broadcasters, Asheville, N. Car., October 19, 1971 1971 October 

60 23

 HGK--NC Association of Broadcasters [audiotape] 1971 October 19 

179 3
Box

 NC Assn of Broadcasters [audiocassette] 1971 October 19 

186
Box Folder

 Youth Film Howard Matson Copley Production 1971 October 20 

75 11

 [Indiana Broadcasters Association speech, October 21, 1971] 1971 August, October 

60 24

 HGK news conference, Chicago [audiotape] 1971 October 22 

179 4
Box

 HGK news conference, Chicago [audiocassette] 1971 October 22 

186
Box Folder

 Kennedy Center concert for 4th graders [organized by Cabinet wives] 1971 November 

72 57-58

 [Info re HGK speech, Colorado Press Association, November 5, 1971] 1968, 1971, 1973 

124 16

 [Colorado Press Association appearance, Denver, November 5, 1971] 1971 July, September-November 

60 25
Box

 Press conference, Denver [audiocassette] 1971 November 5 

186
Box Folder

 "Conversation with HGK" Denver [audiotape] 1971 November 5 

179 6

 Columbia School of Journalism, 11/12/71 1971 October 8 

73 7

 HGK/10th Annual [Greater Los Angeles] Headliners Award banquet, Nov. 23, 1971 1971 November-December 

179 5

 Columbia, South Carolina 1971 December 

75 35

 NY State--12/71 1971 October-December 

89 23-25

 Capitol Hill Show, Herb Klein, speaker [audiotape] 1971 December 5 

179 7

 Brazilian press reception, Tayloe House 1971 December 6 

75 7

 HGK/1st Annual Byliners Awards Dinner [audiotape] 1971 December 7 

180 1

 HGK/R. Finch briefing [recording] 1971 December 10 

180 2

 Buffalo/New York City, December 15-16, 1971 1971 November-December 

75 9

 The Comstock Club, Sacramento, California 1971 December 

75 24

 HGK/Comstock Club, Sacramento [audiotape] 1971 December 22 

180 3

 Briefing by Sec. Morton, Sec. Romney, Sec. Richardson and Sec. Volpe [audiotape] 1971 December 22 

180 4

 Briefing by Pete Peterson to news media [audiotape] 1971 December 27 

180 5

 Briefing to news media by Van Shumway and Dr. Paul McCracken [audiotape] 1971 December 30 

180 6

 [Catholic Press Council, California] 1970 September-1971 April 

74 47

 INAE, NYC 1970 November-1971 January 

75 8

 Health Industries Assn., Buck Hill Falls, Pennsylvania 1971 

75 43

 Alaska/Michigan 1971 

75 45-46

 RN domestic briefing, Portland, Oregon 1971 

5 44

 RN regional briefings (domestic) 1970-1971 

76 13

 St. Louis 1971 

90 6

 HGK, Georgia 1970-1971 

90 4

 [IRTS speech, New York] undated 

60 30

 SMU: Dallas, Texas 1971 May, September-October, 1972 August 

75 26

 [Klein remarks] circa 1971 

90 17

 [Agendas and itineraries for speaking engagements] 1971 

60 26

 [Appearances letters] 1971 September-October 

60 27

 Background 1971 January-March 

90 14-15

 HGK awards 1969-1971 

89 6

 HGK broadcasting requests 1971 September, 1972 January, July 

89 8

 [Invitations] 1971 

72 56

 Letters answered on the air and research material 1971 September 

75 14

 [Speaking and appearance requests and correspondence] 1971 September-December 

89 4

 Speaking schedules (miscellaneous) 1970-1971 

72 52

 Special 1971 1971 May, November-December 

75 33

 [Thank you letters] 1970-1971 

72 51

 [Thank you letters] 1971 

75 29

 [Tina] 1971 July, September 

75 32

 Travel forms and finances (official) 1969-1971 

72 53

 Turn downs (speaking requests) 1971 

75 30-31

 1972 

Box Folder

 Birmingham, Alabama, Sigma Delta Chi speaker, 12/7/72 1972 September-1973 January 

79 45
Box

 Birmingham, Ala. SDX [audio cassette] 1972 November 7 

187
Box Folder

 Arkansas, Hot Springs, 1/15/72 (Arkansas Press Association) 1971 October-November, 1972 January 

87 1
Box

 Talk by Herbert G. Klein to Arkansas Press Association [2 audiocassettes] 1972 January 15 

187
Box Folder

 Arizona, Phoenix, 2/18/72 (Public Relations Dinner) 1972 January-February 

87 2

 Arizona, Phoenix, 8/2/72 (SALT Agreement Forum) 1972 June-August 


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Textual materials   87 3
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Photographs   87 4

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 Arizona, Phoenix, 8/2/72 (SALT Agreement Forum) [photographs] 1972 June-August 

87 4

 California, Arizona, 2/17-20/72 (Associated General Contractors of California) 1971 November, 1972 January-February 

87 5

 California, Arizona, 2/17-20/72 (Associated General Contractors of California) [photographs] 1971 November, 1972 January-February 

87 6

 HGK/Assoc. General Contractors of Calif. 2/7/72 [audiotape] 1972 February 

180 10

 Los Angeles, Calif.--Mar. 27/72, Assn. of Calif. School Admin. 1971-1972 

88 20-21

 California, San Bernardino, 4/12/72 (Inland World Affairs Council) 1972 April-June, August 

87 7

 California, La Costa, 5/14-15/72 (Mutual Buying Syndicate's Annual Store Principals' Conference) 1972 January-May 

87 8

 Los Angeles, Calif., May 5, 1972, Boys Weeks--50th Anniv. 1972 March-May 

79 53
Box

 Boys Day Speech, Los Angeles [audiocassette] 1972 May 5 

187
Box Folder

 California (Mexican Dinner), 6/19/72 1972 March, June 

87 9

 California, San Diego, 7/1/72, "God Bless America Week," 1972 June-July 

87 10

 [HGK speech, San Diego Kiwanis--audiotape] circa 1972 

190 5

 California, Carmel, 8/29/72 (Republican Women) 1972 July-August 

87 12

 California, Los Angeles, 8/30/72 (L.A. Kiwanis Club--Biltmore Hotel) 1972 March, June-August 

87 13

 California, Los Angeles, 8/30/72 (L.A. Kiwanis Club--Biltmore Hotel) [photographs] 1972 March, June-August 

87 14

 California, Alhambra, 9/5/72 1972 September 5 

87 11

 California, Alhambra, 9/5/72 (Rotary Club address) 1972 July-August 

87 15

 California, Sacramento, 9/16/72, "Canvass Kick-off Day," 1972 August-September 

87 16

 California, Los Angeles, 9/16/72 (Young Reps. for Nixon) 1972 August-September 

87 17

 California, Newport Beach, 9/17/72 ("Salute to the President Day") 1972 August-September 

87 18

 California, Los Angeles, 9/18/1972 (Hughes Aircraft--Malibu election) 1972 August-September 

87 19

 California, San Francisco--Sept. 18, 1972 (Hastings School of Law) 1972 January, May, September 

87 20

 HGK at Hastings College of Law [audiotape] 1972 September 18 

182 2

 California, San Francisco, 10/11/72 (American Bankers Assn.) 1972 September-October 

87 21

 California, Stockton, 10/12/72 (Univ. of Pacific) 1972 July-October 

87 22

 California, Orange County, 10/13/72, "Orange County Press Night," 1972 May-June, October 

87 23

 California, Santa Barbara, 10/13/72 (Channel City Club Luncheon--noon) 1972 July, September-October 

87 24

 California, San Diego, 10/14/72 1972 October 

87 25

 California, 11/2-3/72 (Long Beach, Re-Elect cocktail party) 1972 October-November 

87 26

 California--11/6/72 1972 November 

87 27

 Colorado, Denver, 9/15/72 (Legacy of Parks dedication) 1972 August-September 

87 28

 Connecticut, Colchester, 9/30/72 (Steele for Congress) 1972 July-October 

87 29-30

 D.C., 1/27/72 (Washington and Jefferson College) 1972 January 

87 31
Box

 Herbert G. Klein/Washington & Lee U. Alumni [audiocassette] 1972 January 27 

187
Box Folder

 D.C., 1/25/72 (National Religious Broadcasters) 1971 December-1972 January 

87 32
Box

 HGK at National Religious Broadcasters Convention [audiocassette] 1972 January 

188
Box Folder

 HGK/Congressional breakfast, National Religious Broadcasters [audiotape] 1972 January 24 

180 9

 D.C., 2/4/72 1971 November, 1972 January-February, May 

87 33
Box

 Herb Klein/Senate Youth Breakfast [audiocassette] 1972 February 4, 

187
Box Folder

 D.C., 4/17-21/72 (ASNE) 1972 January-April 

87 34

 D.C., 4/20/72 (Savings Banks Assoc. of New York State) 1972 April 20 

87 35

 D.C., 5/2/72 (60th Annual Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of the U.S.) 1972 March-April 

87 36

 D.C., 5/7/72 (Ottaway Newspapers) 1971 October-December, 1972 March, May-June 

87 37

 D.C., 6/15/72 (Cartoonists' Convention luncheon) 1971 August, 1972 March, May-June 

87 38

 D.C., 6/15-17/72 (State visit of the Pres. of Mex., Luis Echeverria Alvarez) 1972 April-June 

87 39

 D.C., 6/15-17/72 (State visit of the Pres. of Mex., Luis Echeverria Alvarez) [photographs] 1972 April-June 

87 40

 D.C., 6/17/72 (Emmy presentation--Statler Hilton) 1972 February, April-June 

87 41

 D.C., July 3, 1972, Key Club International 1971 November, 1972 February-July 

87 42-43

 D.C., July 3, 1972, Key Club International [photographs] 1971 November, 1972 February-July 

87 44

 D.C., 7/25/72, Washington School of Journalism 1972 July 

87 45

 D.C., 7/29/72 1972 July 

87 46

 D.C.--10/4/72 1972 June-October 

87 47

 D.C.--bus ride--10/9/72 1972 October 

87 48

 Europe (Rome, Frankfurt, Athens), 7/10-11/72 1972 June-August 

87 49

 Europe interview with Herb Klein [recording] 1972 July 14 

180 18

 HGK addressing Chamber of Commerce, Frankfurt, West Germany [audiotape] 1972 July 14 

182 5

 [HGK interview on German television--audiotape] circa 1972 July 

182 3

 Florida, Sarasota, 1/21-23/72 1971 October, 1972 January 

87 50

 HGK/Sarasota, Fla. [audiotape] 1972 January 2 

180 8

 Florida, Miami, 2/1-3/72 1972 January-February 

87 51
Box Box Box

 [WIOD Miami radio tapings with Alan Courtney--audiotapes] 1972 February 2 

231 232 233
Box Folder

 Florida, Orlando, 4/28/72 1972 September-October, 1972 April-May 

87 52-53

 Florida, Orlando, 4/28/72 [photographs] 1972 September-October, 1972 April-May 

87 54

 Georgia, Atlanta, 3/24-25/72 (RNC Women's Conf.) 1971 November, 1972 March, October 

88 1

 Georgia, Athens and Atlanta, 10/19/72 1972 July, September-October 

80 1

 Georgia, Atlanta--Reg. Communications conference, 12/6/72 1972 November-December 

79 46
Box

 Mr. Herb Klein, Intercom South remarks and press conference, Atlanta [audiocassette] 1972 December 6 

187
Box Folder

 Idaho and Montana, 11/5/72 1972 November 

88 2

 Illinois, Springfield, 6/29/72 1972 June 

88 3

 News conference, Springfield [audiotape] 1972 June 29 

180 17

 Illinois, Chicago (NAB), 4/10/72 1971-1972 

88 4

 Illinois, Lake Villa, Sept. 10, 1972 1972 August-September 

88 5

 Illinois, Joliet, 10/14/72 1972 September 

88 6

 Illinois, Chicago, 10/3/72 1972 September 

88 7

 Illinois, Chicago, 10/3/72 [photographs] 1972 September 

88 8

 Illinois, Chicago, 11/1/72 circa 1972 November 

88 9

 Indiana, Indpls.-Ft. Wayne, Sept. 21, 1972 1972 September 

88 10

 Indiana, Indianapolis, 8/1/72 1972 June 27 

88 11

 Kentucky, Louisville, 10/16/72 1972 August, October 

88 12

 Louisiana, New Orleans, 4/14/72 1972 March-April 

88 13

 Maryland, Annapolis, 1/10/72 1971 November-1972 January 

88 14
Box

 Federal Reserve Board, Annapolis, Maryland [audiocassette] 1972 January 10 

187
Box Folder

 Maryland, Annapolis, Aug. 7, 1972 1972 June-July 

88 15

 HGK speech at Annapolis [audiotape] 1972 August 

180 19

 Massachusetts, S. Hadley, 11/28/72 1972 October-November 

88 16

 Mexico, Mexicali, 4/6-7/72 1972 February-April 

88 17

 Detroit, Mich., March 26, 1972, Lou Gordon Show 1972 January-June 

88 18

 Michigan, Ann Arbor, 3/14-15/72 1970, 1971 September-November, 1972 February-March 

88 19

 [HGK's address in Michigan] 1972 October 27 

169 14
Box

 [HGK's address in Michigan--audiocassette] 1972 October 27 

187
Box Folder

 Michigan, Lansing, 10/7/72 1972 September-October 

88 22

 Michigan, Detroit, California, 3/26-28/72 circa 1972 March 

88 23

 Missouri, Kansas City, 11/1/72 1972 October 27 

88 25

 Missouri, St. Louis park dedication, 7/26/72 1972 July 

88 24

 Nassau--RTNDA Convention, 12/1/72 1972 March, 1972 September-December 

79 48

 Nassau, Bahamas 1972 February 28 

88 41

 Nevada, Lake Tahoe, 6/26/72 1972 April, June 

88 26

 Nevada, Las Vegas, Sept. 12, 1972 1972 

88 27

 New Hampshire, Manchester, 2/22-23/72 1972 January-February 

88 28

 Herbert Klein addresses the 1972 Manchester Chamber of Commerce [audiotape] 1972 February 

181 6

 New Jersey, Newark, 10/6/72 1972 September-October 

88 29

 New York, N.Y., 1/26/72 1971 October-1972 January 

88 30

 New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, 3/9-10/72 1972 February-April 

88 31

 New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, 3/9-10/72 [photographs] 1972 February-April 

88 32

 New York. N.Y., 3/21/72 1971-1972 

88 33
Box

 Herb Klein--Overseas Press Club, NY [audiocassette] 1972 March 21 

187
Box Folder

 National Strategy Information Center--Strategy Report, March 21, 1972 [audiotape] 1972 March-April 

180 13

 Herb Klein Q&A, NYC, Int'l Strategy Info Center [audiotape] 1972 March 21 

182 1

 New York, N.Y. (ANPA), 4/22-26/72 1971-1972 

88 34

 New York, Albany, 6/5,6,7/72 1972 June 

88 35

 Albany Airport [audiotape] 1972 June 5 

180 14

 New York, New York, 6/6/72 1972 March-July 

88 36

 [HGK/Rambling with Gambling--audiotape] 1972 June 7 

180 15-16

 New York, Lake George, Sept. 9, 1972 1972 September 

88 37

 New York, Lake George, Sept. 9, 1972 [photographs] 1972 September 

88 38

 New York, Buffalo, 10/5/72 1972 October 

88 39

 New York, 10/25/72, Assoc. of Radio-TV News Analysts 1972 September-November 

88 40

 New York City--Foreign Policy Association lunch, 12/11/72 1972 March, October-December 

79 47

 New York, 11/2/72 1972 August, October-November 

88 42-43

 HGK--Associated Collegiate Press, NY [audiotape] 1972 November 2 

181 15

 North Carolina, Durham, 4/4-5/72 1972 January-April 

88 44

 Ohio, Illinois, California, 3/17-20/72 1971 August, 1972 February-April 

88 45

 Ohio, Cincinnati, Sept. 13, 1972 1972 September 

88 46

 Ohio, Columbus, 10/8/72 1972 August-October 

89 1

 Ohio-Michigan (Columbus, Toledo, Detroit), 10/25-26/72 1972 October 

89 2

 Oklahoma, Tulsa, 10/31/72 1972 October 31 

89 3

 Oregon and Washington, 11/4/72 1972 October-November 

79 60

 Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1/5-6/72 1971 May-1972 January 

79 61

 HGK/World Affairs Council, PA [audiotape] 1972 January 5 

180 7

 Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, 10/28/72 1972 October-November 

79 62

 South Carolina, California, Hawaii, 2/9-13/72 1971 August-1972 February 

80 2

 HGK/Florence, SC [recording] 1972 February 9 

180 11

 South Carolina, Myrtle Beach, 9/28/72 1972 July-November 

80 3

 South Carolina, Columbia, 10/17/72 1972 September 

80 4

 South Dakota, 10/30/72 1972 October 

80 5

 Texas, San Antonio, park dedication, 7/19/72 1971 September, 1972 July 

80 8

 Texas, Dallas, 10/16/72 1972 August-October 

80 10

 Texas, Ft. Worth, 10/23/72 1972 October 

79 50
Box

 Herbert G. Klein press conference, Fort Worth, Texas [audiocassette] 1972 October 23 

187
Box Folder

 Houston, Texas, Mexican-American Day, 9/20/72 1972 September 

80 9

 Utah, California, Oregon, D.C., 5/2-7/72 1972 September-1972 March, June 

79 51-52

 Virginia, Arlington, Sept. 19, 1972 1972 September 

79 54

 Virginia, Reston, 10/4/72 1972 September-October 

79 55

 Madison, Wisconsin--March 29, Downtown Rotary Club 1972 March-April 

79 56

 Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 9/26/72 1972 May, August-October 

79 57

 Milwaukee, Wisc. [audiotape] 1972 September 26 

181 1

 Milwaukee press conference [audiotape] 1972 September 26 

181 2

 Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 10/30/72 1972 October 

79 58

 Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 10/30/72 [photographs] 1972 October 

79 59

 [HGK address, Government Information Personnel, East-West Center, Honolulu--audiotape] 1972 February 11 

180 12

 Editorial backgrounders, May 10-13th 1971 October-1972 June 

79 6-7

 Briefing kit for Overland Legacy of Parks ceremony, July 26, 1972 1972 

80 11

 Public Affairs--Public Relations seminar, Virginia, 9/13/72 1972 July-September 

77 13

 CBS Capitol Cloakroom, Geo. Herman, Neil Strauzer, Myra McLauglin [audiotape] 1972 October 18 

181 3

 Herb Klein addresses foreign corresp. press club meeting [audiotape] 1972 October 24 

181 4

 HGK--Associated Collegiate Press--NY Statler Hilton 1972 November 2 

102 36

 WDC--NY--WDC 11/26-27/72 1957 January, 1972 November, 1973 July 

102 37

 WDC--Nassau--WDC 12/1-2/72 1972 November-1973 January 

102 38

 WDC--Orlando--Birmingham--WDC 12/7/72-12/8/72 1972 November-December, 1973 February 

102 39

 WDC--Dallas--LA--SD--SF--LS--WDC 12/17-20/72 1972 December, 1973 April 

102 40

 Press briefing, Q&A [audiotape] 1972 September 25 

180 20

 Election special, Northwestern University [audiotape] circa 1972 

181 5

 HGK interview on Ext. 720 [audiotape] 1972 October 21 

182 6
Box

 Herb Klein--Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars [audiocassette] 1972 May 9 

187

 Face the Nation [motion picture] 1972 January 19 

238
Box Folder

 [Invitations turned down] 1972 January 24 

76 23

 March 1972 (regretted social) 1972 March 

76 24

 April 1972 (regretted social) 1972 March-April 

76 25

 May 1972 (regretted social) 1972 April-May 

76 26

 June 1972 (regretted social) 1972 March-June 

76 27

 July 1972 (regretted social) 1972 June-July 

76 28

 August 1972 (regretted social) 1972 July-August 

76 29

 September 1972 (regretted social) 1972 July-September 

76 30

 October 1972 (regretted social) 1972 September-October 

76 31

 November 1972 (regretted social) 1972 July-November 

76 32

 December 1972 (regretted social) 1972 October-December 

76 33

 March 1972 (attended social) 1972 March 7 

76 34

 April 1972 (attended social) 1972 March-April 

76 35

 May 1972 (attended social) 1972 April-May 

76 36

 June 1972 (attended social) 1972 June 20 

76 37

 Regretted speeches 1971 November, 1972 June, November 

76 38

 Arizona--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 March 

76 39

 California--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1971, 1972 

76 40

 Colorado--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 March, October 

76 41

 District of Columbia--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 

76 42

 Florida--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 April 

76 43

 Georgia--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 May 

76 44

 Idaho--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 June 

76 45

 Illinois--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 April-May 

76 46

 Iowa--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 March, October 

77 1

 Louisiana--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 April, June 

77 2

 Maryland--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 September 

77 3

 Massachusetts--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 October 20 

77 4

 Michigan--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 March 24 

77 5

 Missouri--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 

77 6

 New Jersey--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 

77 7

 New York--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 October 9-10 

77 8

 Oregon--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 July 

77 9

 Tennessee--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 June-July 

77 10

 Texas--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 

77 11

 Wisconsin--regretted speaking invitations, 1972 1972 September-October 

77 12

 Miscellaneous travel corress. and info 1972 July-September 

77 14

 Travel vouchers to file 1972 October 

77 15

 Political vouchers submitted 1972 September-November 

77 16

 Paid vouchers 1972 September-October 

77 17

 Political vouchers submitted 1972 October-November 

77 18

 HGK speaking turndowns 1972 

80 12

 [Correspondence re trips] 1972 March 

80 13

 [Travel request form] 1972 January 31 

80 14

 [December speaking report] 1972 January 11 

80 15

 [Handwritten speech, 1972 campaign reflections] circa 1972 

60 29

 Herb--jokes 1972 January-March 

89 5

 Excerpts--November/December 1972 1972 November-December 

107 17

 Kansas City park dedication circa 1972 

103 5

 [HGK speech to Foreign Trade Association--audiotape] circa 1972 

190 4

 1972 campaign [speaking appearances] 1971 April, December-1972 July 

79 40-43

 Committee to Re-elect speaking requests to HGK--1972 1972 June, August, October 

89 9

 [Turndowns to invitations] 1972 September 12-20 

89 10

 Pending speaking invitations 1971 September-November, 1972 January-June 

89 7

 Excerpts, speech--September 1972 August-October, December 

107 11-13

 Excerpts--October 1972 September-November 

107 14-16

 [Event guest lists] 1970-1972 

72 54

 1973 

Box Folder

 Rochester--New York--Washington--New York Jan. 13, 1973 1973 January 

102 41

 Cathedral Club address--NYC--Jan. 25, 1973 1973 January 

79 44

 Cathedral Club, January 25, 1973, New York 1973 January 21-25 

107 18

 [Cathedral Club appearance--photograph] 1973 

214 9

 WDC--Atlanta--WDC 1/30-31/73 1973 January, July 

102 42

 Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association 1973 February-April 

102 43

 Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association [photographs] 1973 February-April 

102 44

 American Whig-Cliosophic Society, Princeton Univ. 1973 January-February 

82 6

 China trip 2/7-20/73 1973 January, June-July 

102 45

 Lone Star Industries--Feb. 23, 1973 1971-1973 

79 49

 WDC--NY--WDC 1972 December, 1973 February, September 

102 46

 WDC--NY--WDC 3/5/73 1973 March-April, June 

102 47

 WDC--NY--WDC 3/15/73 1973 March-April 

102 49

 HGK's address to NY State Society of Newspaper Editors, New York 1973 March 19 

102 50
Box

 Herbert Klein, NY State Society of Newspaper Editors, Binghamton [audiocassette] 1973 March 19 

187
Box Folder

 WDC--Pittsburgh--Binghamton--NY--WDC 3/19-20/73 1973 January-March, July 

102 51

 Women as Economic Equals, WDC, March 21, 1973 1973 March 

102 52

 Herb Klein's Address to the National Press Club [audiotape] 1973 March 26 

181 16

 WDC--NY--WDC, 3/28-29/73 1973 July 31 

102 53

 WDC--Dallas--WDC, 3/29-30/73 1973 March, July 

102 54

 Univ. of Dallas (Alice Dykeman) 1973 March 29 

82 7

 WDC--NY--WDC, 4/4-6/73 1973 April, July 

102 55

 WDC--Omaha--Chicago--NY--Boston--WDC, 5/10-11/73 1973 May 

102 56

 [National Forest Products Association] 1973 May 15 

102 57

 [Remarks, National Forest Products Association] 1973 May 15 

81 18

 HGK speech--National Forest Products Association, May 15, 1973 1973 March-May 

81 17

 WDC--NY--WDC, 5/16-17/73 1973 May, July 

102 58

 Pres. remarks to POWs at briefing in State Dept. [audiotape] 1973 May 24 

181 7

 Graduate School of Business Alumni, Santa Clara, May 31, 1973 1973 February-May, August 

102 59
Box

 Herb Klein's address to the Santa Clara Club [audiocassette] 1973 

187

 Herb Klein's remarks to Kenna Club [audiocassette] 1973 May 31 

187
Box Folder

 WDC--NY--WDC 1973 June 6 

102 60

 Baltimore--LV--LA--NY, 6/11-13/73 1973 January, June 

102 61

 [Keynote address by HGK at Opticians Association of America] 1973 June 14 

109 14

 [Opticians Association of America, WDC, First Annual Convention] 1973 June 

103 1

 WDC--NY--WDC, 6/19-20/73 1973 May-July 

102 64
Box

 Federal Executive Board, Brooklyn Navy Yard, NY [audiocassette] 1973 June 20 

187
Box Folder

 WDC--NY--Wilmington--WDC, 6/26-27/73 1973 June-July 

103 2

 WDC--LA--WDC, 7/5-7/73 1973 July 

103 3-4

 [Travel vouchers] 1973 June-October 

103 6

 [Travel vouchers] undated 

103 7

 Miscellaneous transcripts undated 

169 16

 [Joan Seeley news report, WINZ--audiotape] circa 1973 

181 18

 [Henry Kissinger, King show--audiotape] circa 1973 

181 20

 HGK at Commonwealth Club of California [audiotape] 1973 

185 4
Box

 [HGK ASNE speech--audiocassette] circa 1973 

189
Box Folder

 [HGK speech, Illinois--audiotape] 1973 

190 3

 International trips 1968-1973 

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's presidency international trips subseries contains correspondence, press releases, clippings, reports, schedules, telegrams, photographs, slides, audiocassettes, and motion pictures, 1968-1973, created and collected by Herbert G. Klein for use during international visits made by Klein, Nixon, Robert H. Finch, Henry Kissinger and Patricia Nixon. Included are photographs and ephemera from Nixon's trips to Europe (1969); ephemera, schedules and film from Nixon's trip to Mexico (1970); notes, photographs, and recordings from Klein's trip to Vietnam and Cambodia (1970); press releases, schedules, clippings, reports, telegrams, briefing materials, and photographs from Klein's and Robert H. Finch's trip to Latin American (1971); photographs from Pat Nixon's trip to Africa (1972); photographs from Nixon's visit to China (1972); tourist information, press pool reports, daily press releases, schedules, government reports, press reactions, requests for information, Klein's briefing book, and photographs from Nixon's trip to the Soviet Union, Austria, Iran and Poland (1972); and clippings, press releases, notes, schedules, correspondence, ephemera, news summaries, photographs, recordings, and film from Klein's and Henry Kissinger's trip to Vietnam and China, and Hong Kong and Bangkok (1973).

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged generally chronologically and by trip.

Box Folder

 [Spanish language clippings re Latin American trip] 1968 December 

130 9

 [Nixon in Europe photograph album] 1969 February 27 

205 14

 [European trip photograph album] 1969 February 23-March 2 

205 11-13

 [Nixon in Berlin with the Berlin Brigade--photograph] 1969 February 27 

214 4

 The President's Trip Around the World [photograph album] 1969 July 22-August 3 

194 6-11

 [Trip around the world photograph album] 1969 July 22-August 3 

194 1-5
Box

 [Certificate of accompaniment for Nixon's European trip] 1970 September-October 

146

 [Latin American trip--motion picture] 1970 

223
Box Folder

 [Visit of Richard Nixon to Mexico, Aug. 20-21, 1970, detailed schedule] 1970 August 

125 21
Box

 [Certificate of appreciation from Nixon re Mexico visit] 1970 August 

146
Box Folder

 [HGK Asian trip] 1970 May-June 

57 21

 [Route of flight on maps] circa 1970 

63 26
Box

 [Recordings of military briefings by American and South Vietnamese military personnel--2 audiocassettes] 1970 

189
Box Folder

 [Southeast Asia trip of Presidential Fact-Finding Commission--photographs] 1970 June 25 

64 7
Box

 [HGK narrating events of trip to Hanoi--audiocassette] 1970 

189
Box Folder

 [Vietnam fact finding trip--slides] 1970 June 

216 10

 [Robert H. Finch Latin American Trip briefing materials] 1970-1971 

2 16-18

 [Finch presidential trip to Latin America] 1971 November 

70 3-4

 [Robert H. Finch's visit to Mexico briefing materials] 1971 November 

2 19

 [Finch's trip to Brazil] 1971 November 

70 5-6

 [Schedules for trip to Brazil] 1971 

70 7

 Party's visit to Brazil 1971 November 

70 8

 Party's visit to Brazil [photographs] 1971 November 

70 9

 [Klein's trip to Rio de Janeiro] 1971 November 

70 10

 [Schedules for departure from Buenos Aires] 1971 November 17-18 

70 11

 [Telegrams--American Embassy Rio de Janeiro] 1971 October-November 

70 12

 [Department of State telegrams] 1971 November 16-17 

70 13

 News roundup 1971 November 15 

70 14

 Mission to Argentina 1971 November 

70 15

 [Supplementary press analysis of Latin American trip] 1971 November, 1972 January 

78 14-18

 [Treasury Secretary Connally speech at Economic Club of New York] 1971 November 17 

70 16

 [Itineraries and diplomatic material, Latin American trip] 1971 November-December 

70 17

 Briefing paper--Image of the United States in Six Latin American Countries 1971 November 10 

70 18

 [San Diego State College Foundation Brazil project] circa 1971 November 

70 19

 Publicity and information about "Correspondente Internacional," 1971 November 

70 20

 Publicity and information about "Correspondente Internacional" [photographs] 1971 November 

70 21

 [Incoming telegrams to Foreign Service of the United States of America, Brasilia] 1971 November 

70 22

 [Background information on labor for Latin American trip] 1971 November 

70 23

 [Spanish language clippings] 1971 October-November 

70 24

 [Trip to Honduras--clippings] 1971 November 

70 25

 [Trip to Honduras--photographs] 1971 November 

70 26

 For Mr. Klein--Brazil press play--USIS 1971 November 18-21 

70 27-29

 [Newspaper clippings of trip to Brazil] 1971 October-November 

70 30

 [Newspaper clippings of Brazil trip] 1971 November 

70 31-32

 [Newspaper clippings of Finch's trip to Buenos Aires] 1971 November 

71 1-3

 [Clippings and related documents on the Finch visit to Mexico] 1971 November 

71 4-5

 [HGK--Latin America--Finch Nov. '71] 1971 November-December 

124 7-10
Box Box

 Finch visit Lima Peru/Press conference [motion picture] 1971 November 11-14 

230 229
Box Folder

 [Lithographs of Mayan subjects by Lopez Rodezno, from trip to Honduras] 1971 

133 18

 [Three dimensional topographic map of Honduras from trip to Honduras] circa 1971 

133 19
Box

 [Poster commemorating Finch visit to Latin America--2 copies, one presented to HGK, one to Marge] 1971 November 

146
Box Folder

 [Pat Nixon trip to Africa--photographs] 1972 January 2-17 

197 3

 [Nixon in China--photographs] 1972 February 

215 7

 [Briefing materials--Soviet trip] 1972 

71 6-8

 [Schedules, press release, requests for information] 1972 May 

71 9-11

 [Schedules, press release, requests for information--photographs] 1972 May 

71 12

 [Nixon's and press schedule for the Presidential trip to Soviet Union, Austria, Iran and Poland] 1972 May-June 

71 13

 [U.S. News article--A New Foreign Policy for a New World] 1972 April 24 

71 14

 Pool reports 1972 May 

71 15

 [Press releases--Presidential trip to Soviet Union, Austria, Iran and Poland] 1972 May 21-29, 31 

71 16-25

 [Press releases--President's remarks to a joint session of Congress] 1972 June 1 

71 26

 [Press reaction to President's visit to Soviet Union, Austria, Iran, Poland] 1972 May-June 

71 27

 [Peter G. Peterson/US-Soviet trade] 1972 May 

71 28

 [Pocket schedules--USSR and Poland/Iran] 1972 May-June 

71 29

 Welcome to Moscow/American Embassy 1972 

71 30

 Russian trip 1972 May 

71 31

 [Iran and Austria trip] 1972 May 

71 32

 [Maps and guides for President's trip to Moscow] 1972 May 

71 33

 "With compliments from the Ministry of Iran," 1972 May 

71 34-35

 [Moscow News and magazines] 1972 May 

71 36

 Press Notes, Trip of the President to the People's Republic of China 1972 February 

78 10-11

 [Compilation of foreign media reports re President's trip to Soviet Union, Austria, Iran, Poland] 1972 June 5 

104 16

 Russia, May 20-June 1, 1972 1972 February-May 

56 13

 Russia trip (Kiplinger) 1972 March-April 

56 14

 Russia trip 1972 May 

56 15

 Russia trip 1971 November-1972 May 

56 16

 [Press Notes, Nixon's visit to Iran and Poland] 1972 

2 23

 [Press information, Nixon's visit to Iran] 1972 

2 24

 [Press notes binder, RMN trip to Austria, USSR, Iran, Poland] 1972 May-June 

121 1

 [Pool reports--President's trip to Austria, USSR, Iran, Poland] 1972 May 

123 14

 [Moscow News--French and English versions] 1972 May 

130 3

 [Russian magazine dedicated to Nixon visit] 1972 May 

130 4

 [St. Louis Globe Democrat clipping re May 1972 trip to Russia] 1972 August 27 

130 10

 [Trip to Russia--photographs] 1972 May 

198 23

 Trip of the President to Austria, USSR, Iran and Poland [photograph album] 1972 May-June 

199 1
Box

 [Certificate of participation in Moscow Summit] 1972 May-June 

146
Box Folder

 Notes from trip to Hanoi circa 1972 

55 1

 [USIS arrangements for Kissinger trip to Bangkok] 1973 February 8 

80 16

 [China trip clippings] 1972-1973 

121 2-8

 Press releases of HGK's Hanoi and Peking trip 1973 February 

124 11

 [Press releases and translations of Dr. Kissinger's visit to China] 1973 February-March 

124 12

 [Dr. Kissinger's visit to China--press releases, notes] 1973 February-March 

124 13

 [Newspaper clippings--Dr. Kissinger's visit to China] 1973 February 

124 14

 [Press release--Dr. Kissinger's visit to China] 1973 February 

124 15

 [Notes, Asia trip] circa 1973 February 

125 32

 [Dr. Kissinger's visit to Hong Kong, schedules] 1972 February, 1973 

125 33

 [Correspondence, accomodations information, receptions, Asia trip] 1973 February 

125 34

 [Dr. Kissinger's visit to Hanoi and Peking] 1973 February 

125 35

 [News summaries sent to Klein and Kissinger] 1973 February 

125 38

 [Wire stories, Kissinger trip] 1973 February 10 

125 39

 [East Asia Pacific wireless file] 1973 Feburary 

125 40

 [Clippings re Kissinger and China] 1973 February 13-14 

125 41

 [On Kissinger trip to China/Vietnam--photographs] 1973 February 

215 18

 [Kissinger's visit to China--photographs] 1973 February-March 

214 11-13

 [HGK and Kissinger in China--photographs] 1973 February 10 

215 19

 [Clippings of Dr. Kissinger's visit to Japan and Bangkok] 1973 February 

125 42-43

 [United States Information Agency--trip to Bangkok and Hong Kong] 1973 February-March 

125 44

 [United States Information Agency--trip to Bangkok and Hong Kong--photographs] 1973 February-March 

125 45

 [Foreign news bulletins] 1973 February 

125 46

 [New York Times clippings of Dr. Kissinger's visit] 1973 February 

125 47

 [Information on Communist China] 1968 May, 1973 February 

125 48

 [Information and press on China trip] 1972 October, undated 

125 49

 [General information for trip to Thailand--HGK] 1972 September, 1973 February 

126 1

 [American Consulate General, Hong Kong, information] 1973 February 

126 2

 [American Consulate General information, Hong Kong] 1973 December 

126 3
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 [16mm cuts and trims/Kissinger Hanoi trip--motion picture] 1973 

226 225 224
Box

 [Henry Kissinger Hanoi trip--motion picture] 1973 February 

235

 Dr. Kissinger/Hanoi-China, used on Today Show with HGK [motion picture] circa 1973 

227

 [HGK narrating events of China trip--audiocassette] 1973 

188
Box Folder

 Sculptures from Tay Phuong Pagoda, Vietnam [postcards] circa 1970s 

207 26

 Media and press relations 1968-1974 

Scope and Contents

Richard Nixon's presidency media and press relations subseries consists of clippings, reports, press releases, and transcripts, 1968-1974, created, collected, and used by Herbert G. Klein and his staff that document and detail the Nixon administration's relationship with and perception by the press. Clippings come from newspapers all over the country and cover a wide variety of topics and issues, including the 1970 and 1972 elections. Press releases are primarily those issued by departments other than Klein's. News summary reports are compilations of press coverage of various aspects of the administration's foreign and domestic policy. Press briefing materials and Q&As include press briefing boooks that outline the administration's policies on certain questions regarding domestic and foreign policy issues likely to be posed by the press. The transcripts document press conferences and news briefings, television news shows such as Face the Nation and Meet the Press, and various interviews and statements made by Klein. Some of this latter material duplicates, in different formats, materials found in the Speeches and speaking engagements subseries.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged by type of material. Some of the transcripts duplicate material found in the Speeches and speaking engagements subseries, but were filed by Klein and his staff separately in binders. That arrangement has been maintained here.

 Clippings and press releases 

Box Folder

 [1972 campaign clippings] 1972 November 

103 19

 1972 Endorsements--dailies 1972 March 

76 21-22

 1972 endorsements--McGovern circa 1972 October 

81 13

 1972--Endorsements--weeklies circa 1972 

76 19-20

 [Agnew clippings] 1969 November-December 

61 13-14

 Agnew--media--March 18, 1971 1971 March-April 

91 3-5

 April 71 1971 April 

128 7-8

 [Article on White House staff from New York Times Magazine] 1969 

3 30

 [Articles on Klein and Watergate] 1974 November 

124 20

 Asian tour reaction 1970 June 

60 36

 Aug. 29 and 30, Carmel, Los Angeles 1972 August 29 

79 4

 August 71 1971 August 

128 14

 Black endorsements 1972 October 31 

81 9

 Broder, David [columns] 1972 

107 25

 Cable TV 1970 June 

97 9

 [California state sanctuary clippings and release] 1970 June 

64 8

 [Clippings] 1972 April-May 

122 23

 [Clippings] 1973 September 

57 31

 [Clippings in praise of Klein] 1973 June 

40 18

 [Clipping re antitrust suit] 1974 May 24 

124 19

 [Clippings re election politics] 1972 August-September 

105 5

 [Clippings re Klein's departure from White House] 1973 

40 25-26

 Comm. on violence and media 1969 November-1970 February 

77 24

 Communications gap 1969 August-November 

77 26

 Congress and press 1971 January 4 

96 26

 Congressional Record--House 1973 June 27 

90 34

 [Council of Economic Advisers statements] 1973 

3 40

 December 71 1970 December, 1971 December 

128 20-22

 December '72 [clippings] 1972 December 

122 19

 Democratic endorsements 1972 July-August 

122 25

 [Dumitru Danielopol column on Ceausescu] 1970 October 

81 30

 Dump Nixon 71 1971 April-June 

78 4

 Eagleton wires 1972 July 

122 24

 Editorials and media issues, media freedom 1972-1973 

78 20-23

 Editorial reaction--summaries 1972 May-June 

80 25

 Editors and publishers briefing 1970 July 

61 12

 [Julie Eisenhower clipping] 1973 June 17 

61 15

 Endorsements (clips regarding) 1972 October-November 

80 31

 Endorsements--releases 1972 November 

81 5-6

 Equal time 1971 April-May 

96 19

 Equal time 1970 July-August 

97 4-5

 Europe [press release] 1970 October 

65 3

 FCC--8/14/70 ruling 1970 August 

96 22

 February 71 1971 February, 1972 February 

128 4

 February '72 [clippings] 1972 January-February 

122 8

 [Foreign policy] 1972 

6 19

 [Foreign policy releases] 1972 December-1973 January 

108 9

 Goodman and Goldwater 1970 March 

96 21

 HEW--Finch--Knowles 1969 April-September 

77 20-23

 HGK--newspaper clippings 1968-1970 

122 1-2

 HGK--clippings 1969 January-April 

38 13-14

 HGK--clippings 1969 February-May 

38 15

 HGK--clippings--hunger 1969 March-April 

38 16

 HGK--clippings 1971 

38 17

 [HGK clippings] 1969 January-June 

60 38-39

 [HGK clippings] 1969 July-December 

60 40-42

 [HGK clippings] 1970 January-April 

61 1-2

 [HGK clippings] 1970 May-June 

61 3-5

 [HGK clippings] 1970 July-September 

61 6-9

 [HGK clippings] 1970 October-December 

61 10-11

 [HGK clippings] 1969-1970 

64 18

 [HGK clippings] 1972 September, 1973 January 

79 1

 HGK reading 1972 December-1973 January 

108 1-2

 HGK reading 1973 January 

108 3

 HGK reading 1973 January 

108 4

 HGK 1972 1972 January-July 

122 21-22

 HGK--April '72 [clippings] 1972 April 

122 10

 HGK August '72 [clippings] 1972 August 

122 14-15

 January 71 1971 January 

128 3

 January '72 [clippings] 1972 January 

122 6-7

 July 71 1971 July 

128 13

 July '72 [clippings] 1972 July 

122 13

 June 71 1970 June, 1971 June 

128 11-12

 June '72 [clippings] 1972 June 

122 12

 Kilpatrick, James [columns] 1971-1972 

107 27

 [Klein articles, clippings, and interviews] 1972 March-May 

81 22-24

 Klein clippings 1971-1973 

78 24-27

 Klein clippings 1971-1973, 1979 

91 6-7

 [Klein clippings] 1973 January 

107 30

 Klein clippings 1972-1973 

54 19-21

 [Klein defends nuclear tests] 1969 April 6 

124 17

 [Klein PR] 1970 October 

81 31

 Klein reading/Media: Selling of the Pentagon, intimidation, etc. 1971 March-April 

97 2-3

 [Klein resignation] 1973 

4 4

 Kunstler--Press--AP--UPI 1970 June 

96 20

 Labor series, 4/9/72-4/18/72 1972 April, November 

122 20

 [Los Angeles Times clipping] 1973 January 21 

126 9

 Major Klein articles 1969-1971 

38 12

 Media 1971 May-June 

96 10-12

 [Media] 1969 November-December 

96 16-18

 [Media] 1972 May-1973 January 

108 5-7

 Media 1971 December 

97 7

 Media: APBA 1971 May 

93 13

 Media: Dorus Media Service 1972 July 

93 5

 Media--general 1971 January-April 

96 2

 Media--general 1969-1971 

96 4-9

 Media objectivity 1969-1970 

96 14-15

 Media objectivity 1969 November-December 

97 10-13

 Media objectivity--Agnew 1969 November-1970 February 

97 14-18

 Media objectivity--V--2/70 1970 February-May 

91 1-2

 Meet the Press background 1972-1973 

107 28

 Misc. on foreign journalists 1969 March-April, July 

96 23

 March 71 1971 March-April 

128 5-6

 March '72 [clippings] 1972 March, May 

122 9

 May 71 1971 May 

128 9-10

 May '72 [clippings] 1972 May 

122 11

 Nader's Raiders 1969-1970 

96 3

 [The Nation clipping] 1973 January 1 

126 8

 News clips 1973 February-April 

108 27

 Newspaper clippings 1973 August 2 

55 5

 [Newspaper clippings] 1973 January-February 

108 8

 [Newspaper clippings] 1972 June 

108 26

 [Newspaper clippings] circa 1968-1971 

122 3

 [Newspaper clippings] 1971-1972 

122 4-5

 [Newspaper clippings] 1969, 1971-1972 

123 15

 Newspapers--anti-trust bills 1970 January 

77 25

 Newsweek 1973 June 18 

39 22

 "Nixon and the Media," Newsweek 1973 January 15 

107 29

 Nov. 1, Kansas City/Chicago 1972 October 31-November 1 

79 34

 Nov. 2, D.C., New York City 1972 November 2-3 

79 35

 Nov. 3, LA, Norco, Calif., Riverside, San Bernardino 1972 November 2 

79 36

 Nov. 4, Portland, Oregon, Spokane, Wash. 1972 November 1 

79 37

 Nov. 5, Boise, Idaho, Pocatello, Missoula and Helena, Mont. 1972 November 1-5 

79 38

 Nov. 6, San Francisco, Salinas, Redding, Bakersfield, Riverside, San Diego 1972 November 6 

79 39

 November 71 1968 November, 1969 November, 1970 November, 1971 

128 17-19

 November '72 [clippings] 1972 November 

122 18

 Oct. 4, D.C., Reston 1972 November 5 

79 21

 Oct. 5, Buffalo, Niagara Falls 1972 October 4-5 

79 22

 Oct. 6, New Jersey 1972 October 5-8 

79 23

 Oct. 8, Columbus, Ohio 1972 October 7 

79 24

 Oct. 11, San Francisco 1972 October 

79 25

 Oct. 12, Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi 1972 October 13-19 

79 26

 Oct. 13, Santa Barbara, Newport Beach 1972 October 10, 14 

79 27

 Oct. 16 and 17, Dallas, Louisville, KY 1972 October 14, 17 

79 28

 Oct. 19, Athens, Atlanta, Georgia 1972 October 12-13 

79 29

 Oct. 25, Ft. Worth, San Antonio 1972 October 21, 24 

79 30

 Oct. 26, Cleveland, Bowling Green, Toledo, Detroit 1972 October 24, 27 

79 31

 Oct. 28, Pittsburgh 1972 October 27 

79 32

 Oct. 30, Milwaukee, Waukesha, Sioux Falls, Tulsa 1972 October 29 

79 33

 October 71 1971 October 

128 16

 October '72 [clippings] 1972 September-November 

122 17

 [Pages from New Republic with lists of preferred Congressional candidates with anti-Democratic notes addressed to HGK] 1970 October 24 

129 45

 Press coverage of the President 1969 

96 13

 Press inconsistencies 1969-1971 

96 1

 Press reaction to backgrounders 1969 December-1970 January 

77 27

 [Press relations with White House] 1971-1973 

3 35

 [Press releases] 1972 March-May 

89 19

 [Press releases re US-USSR relations] 1973 June 

6 15

 [Press reports] 1973 February 

126 7

 Reading 1972 November-December 

107 31-32

 [Saturday Evening Post] 1972 Fall 

130 11

 [Scrapbook of Julie and David Eisenhower's participation in Puerto Rican-Hispanic Sports Council award ceremony] 1972 January 

125 22

 Selling of the Pentagon 1971 February-May 

90 29

 Sept. 2 and 5, Burbank and Alhambra 1972 September 6 

79 5

 Sept. 9, Lake George, NY 1972 September 8-15 

79 6

 Sept. 10, Houston 1972 September 21 

79 7

 Sept. 10, Lake Villa, Ill. 1972 August, September 

79 8

 Sept. 12, Las Vegas 1972 September 

79 9

 Sept. 13, Cincinnati 1972 September 12-13 

79 10

 Sept. 14, NYC 1972 September 15 

79 11

 Sept. 15, Denver 1972 September 16-17 

79 12

 Sept. 16, Sacramento, LA 1972 September 13, 17 

79 13

 Sept. 18, LA, San Francisco 1972 September 

79 14

 Sept. 19, Arlington circa 1972 September 19 

79 15

 Sept. 21, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne 1972 September 22 

79 16

 Sept. 26, Milwaukee 1972 September 25, 27 

79 17

 Sept. 28, Myrtle Beach 1972 September 28-29 

79 18

 Sept. 29, Charleston 1972 September 29 

79 19

 Sept. 30, Pittsburgh, PA, Hartford, Vernon, New London, Colchester, Conn. 1972 September 29-30 

79 20

 September 71 1971 September 

128 15

 September '72 [clippings] 1972 September 

122 16

 Shield laws 1972-1973 

106 5

 SST--Cavett, Klein 1971 March 

97 1

 [State-by-state editorials on Nixon's welfare program] 1969 August 

104 11-15

 Time 1973 June 18 

39 21

 [Treasury Department news releases] 1973 January-April 

103 14

 [Treasury Department statements] 1973 

3 41

 TV broadcast bill 1970-1971 

97 6

 Unanimity gap 1969 August-September 

96 24

 [UPI wire stories] 1973 May 28 

6 12

 [U.S. News and World Report] 1969 January 27 

129 6

 Vietnam (censorship) 1970 January, April 

97 8

 [Wires re HGK appointment] 1968 

124 18

 Woestendiek--Mitchell 1970 April-May 

96 25

 News summaries 

Box Folder

 [Convention coverage and news summaries] 1972 July 

39 19-20

 Daily television report 1970 June 

77 29-30

 Daily television reports 1970 July 

77 31-32

 Daily television reports 1970 August 

77 33-34

 Daily television reports 1970 September 

77 35-36

 Daily television reports 1970 October 

77 37-40

 [Digest of rec