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10:16 - 10:55 am - President Ford attends the U.S. Chamber of Commerce 63rd Annual Meeting

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President Ford enters the limousine upon on his departure from Constitution Hall after he addressed the 63rd Annual Meeting of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
A4228-35A. President Ford enters the limousine upon on his departure from Constitution Hall after he addressed the 63rd Annual Meeting of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
April 28, 1975.

A4228-6A. President Ford addresses the 63rd Annual Meeting of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce at Constitution Hall. April 28, 1975.
A4228-6A. President Ford addresses the 63rd Annual Meeting of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce at Constitution Hall. April 28, 1975.


The President's Itinerary

The President's Itinerary

THE WHITE HOUSE

WASHINGTON

63RD ANNUAL MEETING OF THE U. S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Constitution Hall

MONDAY - APRIL 28, 1975
Departure- 10:10 a. m.

From:  Terry O ' Donnell

BACKGROUND

Arch Booth, President of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, invited 
you to address the 63rd Annual Meeting. The theme of the meeting 
will be the critical choices facing America. Approximately 3,000 
members of affiliated Chambers will attend the First General 
Session.

SEQUENCE

10:10 a. m.

Board motorcade on South Grounds and depart en route Constitution Hall.

10:15 a. m.  

Arrive Constitution Hall where you will be met by Charles Smith, Jr., Chairman of the Board, U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Arch Booth, President; Clinton Morrison, Vice Chairman of the Board; and Glen
Nielson, Invocater.

PRESS POOL COVERAGE

Escorted by Charles Smith, Arch Booth, Clinton Morrison, and Glen Nielson, proceed to the President-General's Room.

10:16 a. m. 

Arrive President-General's Room (Holding Room).

OFFICIAL PHOTO COVERAGE

10:19 a. m.

Escorted by Charles Smith, depart President-General's Room en route
off-stage announcement area.

10:20 a. m.

Arrive off-stage announcement area and pause for announcement.

10:20 a. m. 

"Ruffles and Flourishes"
Announcement
"Hail to the Chief"

10:21 a. m. 

Escorted by Charles Smith, proceed to stage and take your seat.
OPEN PRESS COVERAGE
ATTENDANCE: 3,000

10:22 a. m.

Introduction of you by Charles Smith.

10:23 a. m.

PRESIDENTIAL REMARKS

FULL PRESS COVERAGE

10:40 a. m.

Remarks conclude. Charles Smith joins you at podium and thanks you.

10:43 a. m.

Escorted by Charles Smith, depart stage en route motorcade, board, and depart Constitution Hall en route South Grounds.

10:55 a. m.

Arrive South Grounds of the White House.

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The President's Speech

The president's speech

The first and last pages of President Ford's speech with his handwritten emendations.


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