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Gerald R. Ford Vice Presidential Papers, 1973-74

Collection Finding Aid

View digitized copies of folders in the series "Vice President's Foreign and Diplomatic Meetings"


SUMMARY DESCRIPTION

The collection includes material on Ford's congressional career and Vice Presidential confirmation; miscellaneous domestic and foreign policy issues; scheduling, travel and speeches; office organization; and constituent casework and public opinion mail.  However, material on the Watergate affair and relations with the Nixon White House is scattered, and material on the Presidential transition is very limited.

QUANTITY
105.2 linear feet (ca. 210,400 pages)

DONOR
Gerald R. Ford (accession numbers 77-42, 77-45, 77-55, 77-63, 77-107, 77-127, 77-134, 78-16, 78-73)

ACCESS
Open.  Some items are temporarily restricted under terms of the donor's deed of gift, a copy of which is available on request, or under National Archives and Records Administration general restrictions (36 CFR 1256).

COPYRIGHT
Gerald R. Ford donated to the United States of America his copyrights in all of his unpublished writings in National Archives collections.  The copyrights to materials written by other individuals or organizations are presumed to remain with them.  Works prepared by U.S. Government employees as part of their official duties are in the public domain.

Prepared by William McNitt, October 1980 (Revised February 1995)


INTRODUCTION

The Ford Vice Presidential Papers include materials created and received by Gerald R. Ford and his staff between October 13, 1973 and August 9, 1974.  During the first two months Ford was still House Minority Leader, but his staff decided to begin the Vice Presidential file upon nomination rather than waiting until he was sworn in.  Therefore the collection documents the last few weeks of Ford's Congressional career and his eight months as Vice President.

This description of the Vice Presidential Papers consists of sections on the Ford Vice Presidency, the organization and duties of his staff, the arrangement and content of the papers, and related materials held by the Library.

The Ford Vice Presidency
Upon the resignation of Vice President Spiro T. Agnew on October 10, 1973, President Richard Nixon began soliciting suggestions for a new Vice President.  After only two days, he announced the nomination of Congressman Gerald R. Ford.  Under the 25th Amendment to the Constitution this nomination required confirmation by both houses of Congress.

Eight days later President Nixon fired Watergate Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox in the "Saturday Night Massacre."  Attorney General Elliot Richardson and his deputy William Ruckelshaus resigned over the Cox firing.  Because of the outrage over the dismissal of Archibald Cox, many members of Congress became convinced that the new Vice President would soon succeed to the Presidency.  The Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted a detailed investigation of Ford's background and turned the results over to Congress.  Members of Congress questioned Ford carefully and examined his record more closely than they might normally have done for one of their colleagues.  The final votes in support of the Ford nomination were 92‑3 in the Senate and 387‑35 in the House.  On December 6, 1973, before a joint session of Congress, Gerald Ford took the oath of office as the 40th Vice President of the United States.

The only Vice Presidential duty provided in the Constitution is serving as President of the Senate, but President Nixon soon assigned additional duties to Mr. Ford.  He attended meetings of the Cabinet and National Security Council and served as Vice Chairman of the Domestic Council, Chairman of the Committee on the Right of Privacy, and Chairman of the Energy Action Group.  Ford's participation in most of these organizations consisted merely of attending meetings, but under his leadership the Domestic Council Committee on the Right of Privacy began operations, hired a staff, prepared several studies, and presented proposals.  The Vice President chose his former law partner from Grand Rapids, Philip Buchen, to head the Privacy Committee staff.

During the 1974 congressional and gubernatorial campaigns, Vice President Ford served as principal party spokesman making numerous trips to assist Republican candidates for office.  While Vice President, Gerald Ford represented the administration by making over 200 formal speeches and traveling approximately 110,000 miles.

The Vice President also added to his knowledge of foreign policy and intelligence matters through daily briefings from the C.I.A., regular meetings with Secretary of Defense James Schlesinger, and weekly briefings from National Security advisor Henry Kissinger or his deputy.

While Ford was learning his new job, President Nixon's situation continued to deteriorate.  In a special election on February 18, 1974, Richard Vander Veen won Ford's old House seat -- the first Democratic victory in Michigan's Fifth Congressional District in 64 years.  The results of this and other special Congressional elections in the spring of 1974 weakened the President's political position.

On May 9, 1974 the House Judiciary Committee began impeachment hearings against President Nixon.  Philip Buchen, unknown to Ford, soon began the planning for a Presidential transition.  In late July the Judiciary Committee voted three articles of impeachment against the President.  Faced with a rapidly deteriorating situation, the President resigned on August 9, 1974 and Vice President Gerald R. Ford became the 38th President of the United States.

The Ford Vice Presidential Staff
Until Gerald Ford's confirmation as Vice President on December 6, 1973, his staff consisted of the dozen or so individuals who had served him for many years as a Congressman.  During the confirmation hearings several old friends and associates volunteered their assistance and President Nixon also made available the White House speechwriters and advance staff to assist Ford on trips.

After December 6, Vice President Ford's staff grew rapidly.  Three key people from his Congressional staff, Robert Hartmann, Mildred Leonard, and Paul Miltich, became Chief of Staff, Personal Assistant and Press Secretary, respectively.  Later that month Ford hired William Casselman as Legal Counsel, Warren Rustand to handle scheduling and advance work, Kenneth BeLieu for legislative affairs, and Bill Roberts as Deputy Press Secretary.  The military aides, several clerical and administrative people, and Walter Mote as Assistant to the President of the Senate were holdovers from the Agnew staff.

Vice President Ford continued to make use of the White House speechwriters and advance staff during the first two months of his Vice Presidency, but that arrangement ended after he delivered a controversial speech supporting the President to the American Farm Bureau Federation on January 15, 1974.  Ford received much criticism for that speech from the media and from some of his old friends and supporters.  He then created his own speechwriting staff, hiring Milton Friedman to handle the initial drafting of speeches.

By February 1974, Ford had a staff of over sixty persons and was no longer dependent on White House assistance.  Richard Burress had replaced Kenneth BeLieu in handling legislative affairs and he had hired John Marsh and Gwen Anderson to handle defense matters and political liaison respectively.

The sudden growth of Ford's staff led to administrative tangles owing partly to Chief of Staff Robert Hartmann's lack of administrative experience.  The Vice President decided to hire L. William Seidman of Grand Rapids to study the organization of the Vice Presidential staff and recommend improvement. Seidman's study led to the implementation of a new staff organization in the spring of 1974.

Under the new organization, the Chief of Staff handled liaison with the senior White House staff, Cabinet officers, agency heads, state governors, Congressional leadership, and the Chairman of the Republican National Committee.  Hartmann also supervised personnel matters and the Vice President's personal staff, and had editorial oversight of all speeches, remarks and formal statements.

The reorganization plan divided the operational staff into three areas, each headed by an Assistant to the Vice President.  Richard Burress was in charge of legislative and domestic affairs and had responsibility for liaison with the executive branch, members of Congress, and state and local government.  John Marsh handled defense and international affairs, including liaison with the State Department, the Defense Department, and National Security Council, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Veterans Administration, and foreign embassies.  He also supervised the work of the military assistants and had responsibility for Vice Presidential travel and logistic support.  Bill Seidman assumed responsibility for administration and services.  He supervised five Deputy Assistants who handled scheduling and appointments, liaison with the Republican party and other non‑governmental organizations, administration, media affairs, and research.

The Ford Vice Presidential Papers
Because Ford remained a Congressman until December 6, the organization of the Ford papers did not immediately change.  His secretaries continued to file most correspondence and other documents in the General and Case File and the Issues File.  As had always been the case, Robert Hartmann and Paul Miltich maintained separate files relating to their areas of responsibility.

After January 1, 1974, the staff divided the General and Case File into the General File and the Case/Individual File and seven other staff members established separate files.  The General File, the Issues File and the Case/Individual File served as a "central files" for much of the routine correspondence.  The staff files contain working papers and correspondence relating to the specific responsibilities of each staff member.  In addition, the Vice Presidential papers originally included approximately 53 linear feet of public opinion mail including correspondence answered by form and letters never answered.  The Ford Library has retained a small sample of this public opinion mail and disposed of the rest.

The Vice Presidential papers document in detail the work of Gerald Ford and his staff in answering mail, handling constituent casework, scheduling and advancing trips, speechwriting, handling administrative and personnel matters, relating with Republican party organizations, campaigning for Republican candidates, meeting with foreign and diplomatic officials, and liaison with the Congress.  There is little here to document the less public aspects of the Vice Presidency such as the many briefings received by Ford, his meetings with President Nixon, or the meetings of the Domestic Council, the Cabinet, the National Security Council or other bodies on which Ford served.  Little material on the Watergate investigations and impeachment appears, with the exception of public opinion in correspondence, references in speeches, and occasional items in the staff files.

The Michigan Historical Collections of the University of Michigan received five cubic feet of Vice Presidential Papers from Gerald Ford in 1974, as part of a large shipment of Congressional Papers.  The University transferred these materials to the Ford Library under terms of the Ford letter of gift to the U.S. Government in 1977.  The Library received the rest of the Vice Presidential Papers directly from President Ford.

Related Materials (February 1995)
The Ford Scrapbook Collection includes three volumes of newspaper clippings, programs and occasional documents concerning his activities during the Vice Presidency.  John Marsh's White House files contain a small file of Ford's schedules and telephone logs from late July and early August 1974.  The Robert Hartmann Papers contain 4.4 linear feet of additional materials from the Vice Presidency.  Barry Roth's unprocessed White House files contain his chronological file for the Vice Presidency and Executive Protective Service appointment records for the Vice President's office.

The Betty Ford Papers include her correspondence and other papers relating to her activities in 1973 and 1974 while her husband served as Vice President.  Only selected portions of that collection are open to research yet, however.

Significant quantities of audiovisual materials and gifts and memorabilia from the Vice Presidency can be found in the appropriate units of the Ford Library and Museum.  The Ford Library book collection has The New York Times, Newsweek, Time, U.S. News and World Report, Fortune, and the National Journal on microfilm for all or part of the Ford Vice Presidency.  A vertical file of clippings, pamphlets, magazine articles and other material on Ford's career is also available.


Series Descriptions

Boxes 1-9   Correspondence Control (Index) File, 1973-74 (3.6 linear feet)
The Control File consists of carbon copies of all outgoing letters arranged alphabetically by name of the correspondent.  The file location of the complete correspondence is written in the upper right-hand corner.

This file indexes all mail individually answered by Vice President Ford or his staff, but does not index mail answered with a form letter or unanswered mail.  In addition, it does not index letters of congratulations received by Ford upon his nomination and confirmation (some are in the General File and others in the Public Opinion Mail).

Before January 1974, the staff filed constituent casework in the General File.  They did not change any of the control sheets when they removed the case files and made them into a separate series.  When the Ford Library received the Vice Presidential Papers, there were separate control files for 1973 and 1974.  Archivists combined these two sequences during processing.

The Ford Library staff has not reviewed this file.  For that reason researchers should consult with an archivist to arrange for the review of those sections they wish to use.

Compiled by William McNitt, December 1979

Boxes 10-22   Issues File, 1973‑74 (5.2 linear feet)
The Issues File contains correspondence between Ford and his staff, the general public, and government officials on a variety of topics concerning the Federal government.  Among the larger files are defense, the economy, health, labor, social security, and taxes.  The Multiple Issues segment contains correspondence on more than one subject.  The Presidential file consists entirely of correspondence in support of or against President Nixon.  The Vice Presidential Endorsement file contains letters to Congressman Peter Rodino and Senator Howard Cannon from other Congressmen and labor and religious leaders endorsing Ford for Vice President.

Staff members drafted acknowledgments to the correspondence for the Vice President's signature.  On occasions when Ford was out of town, various staff members signed the responses.  The staff referred many letters to other Federal departments and agencies to draft a response for the Vice President's signature.  The series is arranged alphabetically by subject.

Compiled by Kenneth G. Hafeli, December 1979

Boxes 23-36   Case/Individual File, 1973‑74 (5.6 linear feet)
The bulk of this file consists of routine requests by constituents for assistance in dealing with government agencies, along with the responses from the Ford office and the agencies.  The requestors asked the Vice President to intervene in cases involving missing or incorrect pension or social security checks, attempts to qualify for medical and education benefits, personnel matters (especially in the armed services), and other problems.

Also included in this file are occasional unanswered letters concerning matters other than casework.  Apparently the staff filed such letters in this series when no appropriate category could be found in the General File or the Issues File.

This file is arranged alphabetically by the name of the person needing assistance or, in the case of the unanswered letters, by the name of the correspondent.  The Ford Library has not reviewed this file.  For that reason researchers should consult with an archivist to arrange for the review of those segments they wish to use.

Compiled by William McNitt, November 1979

Boxes 37-58   General File, 1973‑74 (8.8 linear feet)
The General File served as a central file for correspondence between Ford (or his staff), the public, and government officials on topics of a routine nature.  While the staff handled much of the material, the Vice President or his personal assistant Mildred Leonard dealt with correspondence from personal acquaintances.  This series also contains correspondence and reports concerning organizations to which the Vice President belonged by statute, among them the Domestic Council Committee on the Right of Privacy, the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, and the U.S. Capitol Historical Society.

Among the larger files in the series are those concerning Vice Presidential appearances, congratulatory messages to and from the Vice President, greetings, staff positions, recommendations, Republican campaigns, requests for autographs and photographs, and thank you letters. The General File is an amalgam of a smaller subject file, the Ford Personal File, and the Vice Presidential Official File.  It is arranged alphabetically by subject.

Compiled by  Kenneth G. Hafeli, December 1979

Boxes 59-71 & 206 Office of the Assistant for Defense and International Affairs: John O. Marsh Files, 1973‑74 (5.2 linear feet)
The Assistant for Defense and International Affairs was John O. Marsh, a former Congressman from Virginia and Assistant Secretary of Defense.  He joined the Ford staff on January 29, 1974, and remained until moving to the White House staff in August.

Marsh's duties included collecting and evaluating information concerning national security, maintaining classified materials, supervising travel and logistics, and monitoring defense and foreign affairs legislation in Congress.  In addition, his office served as liaison to the Departments of Defense and State, the National Security Council, the intelligence community, the Veterans Administration, international organizations, foreign missions resident in Washington, and foreign visitors.  The Vice President's military aides also worked out of this office, handling much of the routine work such as drafting replies to correspondence.

The materials consist of correspondence, speeches, personnel files, briefing materials concerning foreign affairs and diplomatic visits, schedules, programs, flight manifests and itineraries, and billing records.  They are organized in six subseries: Subject File, Chronological File, Meetings with Foreign and Diplomatic Officials, Vice Presidential Events, Thank You Letters for Vice Presidential Trips, and Trip File.

Compiled by  Kenneth G. Hafeli, September 1979

Boxes 59‑64 & 206    John Marsh Subject File, 1973‑74.  (2.2 linear feet)
Correspondence, memoranda, speeches and resumes, relating to defense issues and military and foreign affairs, including the Central Intelligence Agency, National Guard and Reserve Affairs, Korea, MIA‑POW, Vice Presidential Correspondence and Vice Presidential Remarks.  Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Box 64    John Marsh Chronological File, 1973‑74.  (0.2 linear feet)
Carbon copies of outgoing correspondence and memoranda, written by Marsh or his military aides, with an occasional incoming letter or background item attached. Arranged chronologically.

Box 65    John Marsh File of Vice Presidential Meetings with Foreign and Diplomatic Officials, 1973‑74.  (0.4 linear feet)
Memorandums of conversations, memos, and briefing materials related to meetings between Ford and foreign heads of state, diplomats, and ambassadors.  Most of the material deals with foreign affairs, with only a small amount concerning domestic affairs appearing. Arranged chronologically. (view digitized copies of the documents in this series)

Boxes 66‑67    John Marsh File of Vice Presidential Events, 1973‑74.  (0.6 linear feet)
Briefing memos, schedules, and occasional correspondence relating to requests for and preparations involving appearances made by the Vice President. Arranged chronologically.

Boxes 67‑68    John Marsh File of Thank You Letters for Vice Presidential Trips, 1973‑74.  (0.6 linear feet)
Lists of persons to be thanked for their assistance on Vice Presidential trips, carbon copies of letters sent, and an occasional program from a particular event. Arranged chronologically by date of trip.

Boxes 69‑71    John Marsh Trip File, 1973‑74.  (1.2 linear feet)
Schedules, passenger lists, flight manifests, flight itineraries, briefing notes, news media billings, in flight expense forms, seating chart from trips made by the Vice President, and correspondence to media organizations requesting reimbursement for passage aboard Air Force II. Arranged chronologically by date of trip.

Boxes 72-73    Office of the Assistant for Legislative and Domestic Affairs: Richard T. Burress Files, 1974 (0.8 Feet)
Richard T. Burress joined the Vice President's staff to handle legislative and domestic affairs in February 1974, replacing Kenneth E. BeLieu.  After Ford became President, Burress served as an assistant to Vice President designate Rockefeller until November 1, 1974, when he returned to the Hoover Institution as associate director and senior Fellow.

Burress' primary duties were collecting and independently evaluating information on domestic issues from Congress, the Executive Branch, state and local governments, and boards, committees, and commissions with which the Vice President was associated.  He appears to have assembled much of the material to help Ford respond to questions or expressions of opinion from members of the public.

Materials include correspondence, copies of letters sent by the Vice President, internal memoranda, proposals, pamphlets, statements of purpose, briefing papers, and printed materials on such topics as health care, the role of minorities, energy, the economy, and administrative matters.  The papers are arranged alphabetically by subject.

The files of assistant to the President of the Senate, Walter Mote, and the legal counsel for the Vice President, William Casselman, contain related materials.

Compiled by  Christine Ferretti, May 1979

Boxes 74-99    Office of the Legal Counsel: William E. Casselman Files, 1973‑74 (10 linear feet)
William E. Casselman joined the Vice Presidential staff in December 1973 after serving as general counsel for the General Services Administration since 1971.  Casselman served as legal adviser throughout Ford's tenure as Vice President.  He then became Counsel to the President in the Ford White House.  His staff during the Vice Presidency consisted of legal assistant Barry Roth and staff assistant Brenda Wilson.  This office advised Ford on questions of administrative and fiscal law, including personnel regulations, security, archival procedures, appropriations authority, standards of conduct, litigation, and recommendations on appointments to the federal judiciary.

Casselman also shared responsibility with Richard Burress, Assistant for Legislative and Domestic Affairs, for domestic policy analysis and provided support to Ford in his role as vice chairman of the Domestic Council.  Casselman coordinated issue development within the Domestic Council, helped resolve policy differences between federal agencies and the Council and assisted the Vice President in developing and addressing issues of interest.  The office acted as liaison between departments and agencies and the Vice President on domestic policy, providing a source of information and analysis independent of the Domestic Council.

These files reflect Casselman's responsibilities for providing the Vice President with legal services and advice on domestic policy issues.  A subject file documents his work on privacy legislation, employee standards of conduct, energy problems, American Indian rights and similar issues that the Vice President addressed.  The official correspondence file contains copies of outgoing correspondence and information on the daily operations of the office, personnel changes and other matters of secondary importance.  There is considerable overlap and duplication in the two series.  A third series contains photocopies from General Services Administration office files concerning purchases of office furniture in certain GSA regions.

Other papers on domestic policy issues during the Vice Presidential period may be found in the files of the Assistant to the Vice President for Legislative and Domestic Affairs and in the various Domestic Council collections of the Presidential period.  The files of Chief of Staff Robert Hartmann contain extensive information on Ford's confirmation hearings.

Compiled by Paul Conway, September 1979

Boxes 74‑88    William Casselman Subject File, 1973‑74.  (5.8 linear feet)
Correspondence and memoranda to and from Vice Presidential staff, federal officials and the public; draft speeches and reports, studies, court cases and other papers reflecting Casselman's responsibilities for providing legal advice on administrative policy matters.  Also included are materials on Casselman's activities concerning domestic policy, including drafting legislation on health, energy and personal privacy.  Carbon copies of some outgoing memoranda and correspondence also appear in the official correspondence series. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Boxes 88‑93    William Casselman Official Correspondence, 1973‑74.  (2.0 linear feet)
Copies of outgoing correspondence and memoranda with attached reports and draft replies; printed materials, notes and other papers exchanged between Casselman and Ford, federal officials, assistants and the public concerning routine administrative matters, scheduling and domestic policy issues such as energy, American Indians and sports.  Also included is information on personnel changes, Vice Presidential archives, standards of conduct, privacy and other legal matters.  Much of the material is unique to this series, but duplicate correspondence, memoranda and reports are also in the subject file.  Cross-reference headings typed in the upper right corner of covering letters are supposed to indicate subject file locations for the full correspondence, but the system is generally unreliable. Arranged chronologically.

Boxes 93‑98    William Casselman GSA Furniture Purchases File, 1970-73.  (2.2 linear feet)
Copies of correspondence, supply, requisition and bidding forms, contracts and other papers retained in Casselman's files after Ford's confirmation hearings.  The material primarily relates to purchases of Steelcase, Inc. furniture and office supplies for placement in various General Services Administration regional facilities and in Ford's congressional l district offices.  Also included is some general correspondence with GSA on furniture purchases and supply requisition. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Boxes 100-107    Office of the Assistant to the President of the Senate: Walter L. Mote Files, 1973‑74 (3.2 linear feet)
Walter L. Mote, Assistant to the President of the Senate, was a carry‑over from the staff of Vice President Spiro T. Agnew.  He remained on the Vice Presidential staff until January 1975, when he retired from government service.  His staff consisted of H. Spofford Canfield, Josephine Wilson, and several secretaries.

This office handled legislative mail, compiled twice daily briefing sheets on Congressional activity, maintained records for Vice Presidential scheduling, fulfilled autograph and photograph requests, and arranged White House tours.  They also kept the Speaker of the House, Architect of the Capitol, and other Congressional officials informed of Ford's activities in his role as President of the Senate and notified Senators and Congressmen of Vice Presidential visits to their home districts.

Mote's subject file contains correspondence from Senators and Congressmen, morning and evening reports on the activities of the Senate, and referrals on correspondence sent to the Vice President concerning other departments and agencies.  His case file contains constituent correspondence dealing with a variety of subjects.

Vice Presidential schedules are also located in the files of L. William Seidman and Warren S. Rustand.  The files of the Assistant for Legislative and Domestic Affairs concern contacts with Congress on specific issues.  Later material on activities related to the Congress can be found in the White House files of Max Friedersdorf.

Compiled by  Kenneth G. Hafeli, September 1979

Boxes 100‑103    Walter Mote Subject File, 1973‑74.  (1.6 linear feet)
Correspondence, invitations, requests for endorsements, appointments, autographs, and photographs; referrals from various departments and agencies, drafts of correspondence, daily reports on House proceedings, morning and evening reports, and the Vice President's daily schedule.  The material covers a variety of subjects, including condolences, congratulations, education, energy, housing, social security, and veterans affairs. Arranged alphabetically.

Boxes 104‑107    Walter Mote Case File, 1973‑74.  (1.6 linear feet)
Correspondence relating to requests for assistance in dealing with government agencies or requests for information.  Mote's staff did much of the case work rather than referring it to government agencies for a response. Arranged alphabetically.

Boxes 108-116    Office of the Assistant for Administration and Services: L. William Seidman Files, 1973‑74 (3.6 linear feet)
L. William Seidman joined the Vice President's staff in February 1974 as a management and budget consultant.  In this capacity he studied the organization of the Vice President's staff and proposed changes to improve operating procedures.  He later became the Assistant for Administration and Services.  Seidman served for the remainder of the Vice Presidency and then became Assistant for Economic Affairs to President Ford.

Under Seidman's supervision, five deputy assistants and their staffs organized both the daily operations of the Vice President's office and contacts between the Vice President and the public.  The office provided all administrative services for Ford, from drafting responses to maintaining the active "follow‑up" file of correspondence and projects to be completed.  Frank Pagnotta organized these activities and oversaw staff personnel actions.  James Brown and Frank Townsend maintained the gift files.  Warren Rustand handled scheduling, appointments and advance work for Ford's travels.  Gwen Anderson organized the Vice President's contacts with political and other non‑government organizations.  Seidman also supervised Paul Miltich's media relations work and Milton Friedman's research activities.

These files contain correspondence, memoranda, speech drafts, gift lists, charts and other papers exchanged between Seidman and the Vice President, other federal officials and the public relating both to his supervision of administrative services, scheduling policy, personnel, and gift accessioning and to his personal interests in the nation's economy and speechwriting.  Included are the chronological file of staff assistant Ruth Kilmer and materials compiled by Pagnotta, Brown and Townsend, some of which pre‑date Seidman's government service.  The series is arranged alphabetically by subject.

The separate files of the various deputy assistants contain related materials, as do Seidman's White House files.

Compiled by  Paul Conway, September 1979

Boxes 117-126    Office of the Deputy Assistant for Non‑Governmental Organizations: Gwen Anderson Files, 1974 (4.0 linear feet)
Gwen O. Anderson, a former Republican National Committeewoman from the state of Washington, joined the Vice President's staff as consultant for public affairs in January 1974.  In July she became deputy assistant for non‑governmental organizations, but there was no change in her duties.

Anderson's major function was to coordinate the Vice President's appearances at political events and fundraisers.  All requests for political appearances were forwarded to Anderson by the scheduling office for her recommendation.  She took part in the weekly scheduling meetings and coordinated with Warren Rustand's office the arrangements for events of a political nature.  Anderson also served as liaison with Republican group, city, state and county officials, and other political organizations and handled requests for messages, autographs, photographs, and fundraising auction items.  When Ford became President, she continued to perform these duties, first as an assistant to Dean Burch and later to Robert Hartmann.

The papers contain correspondence with Republican groups and candidates concerning invitations, schedules, thank yous, evaluations of events, requests for messages, endorsements, or items to auction.  Documents on fundraising affairs include information on contributions to the party, the success of events, and arrangements for ensuring the Republican National Committee a share of the proceeds.

Other materials include copies of speeches, messages and political tributes, background information on organizations, minutes of scheduling meetings, intra‑office administrative memoranda, and an analysis of the special election held in the Fifth District of Michigan to fill Ford's congressional seat.  The papers are divided into four series: subject file, chronological file, speech file, and state events file.

The Vice Presidential files of Warren Rustand, Paul Miltich, and William Seidman contain related materials.

Compiled by Christine Ferretti, May 1979

Boxes 117‑121    Gwen Anderson Subject File, 1974.  (1.9 linear feet)
Correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, meeting minutes, newsletters, reports, press releases, schedules, briefing papers, and printed materials concerning political groups, Republican fundraising activities, events such as the Bicentennial or Honor America Day, and the mechanics of scheduling Vice Presidential appearances.  The file reflects her liaison work with political organizations through background information on organizations, reports on the progress of fundraising, or responses to requests for messages, photographs, or items to auction.  The scheduling files largely concern invitations regretted and the process of creating the schedule.  Information on events that the Vice President attended is found in the State Events File. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Boxes 121‑122    Gwen Anderson Chronological File, 1974.  (0.2 linear feet)
Copies of outgoing correspondence signed by Anderson or the Vice President including messages to organizations, thank you letters, acknowledgment of comments on issues, and regrets of invitations.  The file is interspersed with occasional internal memoranda.  Arranged chronologically.

Box 122    Gwen Anderson File of Ford Speeches, 1974.  (0.3 linear feet)
Copies of Ford speeches.  Most are in press release form, but a few are copies of reading copies.  Occasional ones bear annotations showing changes made during delivery.  This is not a complete file of all speeches and most were given to non‑political rather than political organizations. Arranged chronologically.

Boxes 123‑126    Gwen Anderson State Events File, 1974.  (1.5 linear feet)
Correspondence, memoranda, notes, schedules, newspaper clippings and other material related to political events attended by the Vice President.  Topics include arrangements for Ford appearances, the Republican National Committee share of fundraising proceeds, evaluations and comments on Ford speeches and activities, the political situation in the state visited, pending or actual political appointments, and other similar topics.  The series contains some files on trips canceled or rearranged after Ford became President. Arranged alphabetically by state and thereunder chronologically.

Boxes 127-173    Office of the Deputy Assistant for Media Affairs: Paul A. Miltich Files, 1973‑74 (18.8 linear feet)
Formerly a Washington correspondent for Booth Newspapers, a Michigan newspaper chain, Miltich joined the Ford Congressional staff as press secretary in 1966, succeeding James M. Mudge.  Miltich continued to serve as Ford's press secretary throughout the Vice Presidency and then became an Assistant Press Secretary in the Ford White House.

Miltich and his assistant, John W. "Bill" Roberts, were responsible for compiling background material, preparing speech drafts, releasing information to the press, answering inquiries and requests from the public, and mailing copies of Vice Presidential speeches to those who requested them.

The office coordinated efforts with Chief of Staff Robert Hartmann's speechwriters and Warren Rustand's scheduling office.  The latter provided long and short range schedules of the Vice President's upcoming activities and assured that Miltich's office provided suitable remarks and statements when necessary.  Miltich also participated in weekly scheduling meetings.

The materials consist of speeches and remarks made by the Vice President, correspondence, background material, articles written for or about Ford or his staff, press releases, drafts, printed materials, and requests for invitations to the Vice President to attend various functions.  They are divided into four series: speech file, subject file, speech materials file, and publication file.

Related materials may be found in the files of the Deputy Assistant for Scheduling and Advance (Rustand) and the Chief of Staff (Hartmann) in the Vice Presidential files.  Miltich's files in the Congressional papers and the files of Ron Nessen and his staff in the Presidential papers also contain related material.

Compiled by  Kenneth G. Hafeli, December 1979

Boxes 127‑135    Paul Miltich File of Ford Speeches, 1973‑74.  (3.6 linear feet)
Speech drafts, reading copies, and printed copies of speeches made by Ford, including his remarks upon becoming Vice President and later President, plus miscellaneous brochures and press releases.  The collection of speeches is quite extensive although comparison with the Rustand speech file shows that it is not complete.  Arranged chronologically.

Boxes 136‑169    Paul Miltich Subject File, 1973‑74.  (13.6 linear feet)
Correspondence, articles written for or about the Vice President or his staff, drafts of letters and form letters used both by Ford and Spiro Agnew, Nixon press releases, White House News Summaries, invitations and responses, some public opinion mail, and requests for Vice Presidential items, such as autographs and photographs.  Major topics include appearances, budget, congratulations, defense, form letter drafts, economy, elections, energy, labor, regrets, requests, White House news summaries and press releases. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Boxes 170‑172    Paul Miltich Speech Materials File, 1973‑74.  (1.2 linear feet)
Copies of speeches by various speakers, newspaper clippings, magazine articles, programs and books, dating from the mid‑60's, that Ford's speechwriters used as source material for speeches.  Topics include business, commerce, humor, Abraham Lincoln and Republican Party. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Box 173    Paul Miltich Publications File, 1971-74.  (0.4 linear feet)
Newsletters, newspapers, periodicals, brochures, clippings, and press releases sent either to Ford or to Paul Miltich by the public or acquaintances. Arranged chronologically.

Boxes 174-205    Office of the Deputy Assistant for Scheduling and Appointments: Warren S. Rustand Files, 1973‑74 (12.8 linear feet)
Before Mr. Ford's confirmation as Vice President, Mildred Leonard handled his schedule.  Dewey Clower served briefly in this role after the confirmation, but Lt. Col. Americo Sardo replaced him.  Warren Rustand joined the Ford staff on December 18, 1973, as an assistant to Sardo, and became Deputy Assistant for Scheduling and Appointments on February 1, 1974.  In August 1974, Rustand moved to the White House as Appointments Secretary to the President.

The scheduling office formulated both long-range and short-range schedules for all events and appointments.  They handled, on the average, 75 written requests and 150 phone calls per day.  By April 8, 1974, the Vice President had met over 1,000 office appointments, delivered 60 speeches, convened 35 press conferences and traveled over 35,000 miles.

Rustand coordinated some requests with other Vice Presidential staff, including political requests with Gwen Anderson, personal friend and family requests with Mildred Leonard, VIP Congressional and Cabinet requests with Dorothy Downton, and media requests with Paul Miltich.  Those taking part in weekly scheduling meetings were Robert Hartmann, Bill Seidman, Walter Motes, and Jack Marsh, along with Leonard, Miltich, Anderson, and Rustand.

After an event gained a spot on the schedule, the advance team took over.  This team consisted of the scheduling director, advancemen, White House Communications Agency, Secret Service, military aide, transportation, and local contacts.  Their job was to move an event from conception to execution, including the preparation of a detailed final schedule.  In the early months, before this office was fully organized, the White House Advance Office handled preparations for trips.

The files generally cover the period of Rustand's Vice Presidential service, with occasional earlier items.  They reflect the work of the scheduling and advance operation and contain memoranda, correspondence, schedules, forms, invitations, regret letters, and other materials.

Related materials include the Vice Presidential files of L. William Seidman, Gwen Anderson, Robert Hartmann, and the White House Advance Office.

Compiled by  Dennis M. Lakomy, October 1979

Boxes 174‑179    Warren Rustand Subject Series, 1973‑74.  (2.5 linear feet)
Memoranda, correspondence, schedules, forms, agendas, handwritten notes, lists and miscellany.  These materials illustrate the day to day operations of the scheduling and advance office, including the formulation of schedules, logistical planning for events, and administrative operations.  The Scheduling Operation and Personnel folder contains documents describing the operation in detail. Arranged alphabetically.

Boxes 180‑190    Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Chronological File, 1973-75.  (4.6 linear feet)
Invitations, many having a carbon copy of a regret letter signed by Rustand, or occasionally signed by Ford, Mildred Leonard, Gwen Anderson, or other staff.  Occasional memoranda, birth announcements, and other related materials. Arranged chronologically by date of the event.

Boxes 191‑192    Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Group/Occasion File, 1973‑74.  (0.8 linear feet)
Carbon copies of Vice Presidential regret letters, and very occasionally acceptance and pending letters.  The actual letter of invitation appears in Regrets ‑ Chronological. Arranged alphabetically by name of group or occasion.

Boxes 193‑205    Warren Rustand Events File, 1973-75.  (5.4 linear feet)
Invitations, endorsements, letters of acceptance and thanks, other correspondence, memoranda, schedules, handwritten notes, programs, background material, and related items concerning scheduling and advance work for Ford's appearances at events.  Included are materials for acceptances made for events canceled or reevaluated when Ford became President. Arranged chronologically by date of the event; some events are in individual folders.

Boxes 207-212    Public Opinion Mail Files, 1973‑74 (2.4 linear feet)
The Ford Library originally received approximately 53 linear feet of public opinion mail.  This form response mail and unanswered mail included letters, telegrams, post cards, clippings, annual reports, brochures and other types of printed material.  Because of the large amount of material involved and its lack of research value, the Ford Library staff surveyed these files for disposal, retaining only a sample of 2.4 linear feet for research.  Detailed records of the Library's survey of the public opinion mail are available.

The sample files retained are from the form response mail category.  The staff acknowledged the earliest mail, congratulating Ford on his nomination and commenting on other issues, on minority leader stationery.  Transition mail, which followed Ford's confirmation as Vice President, contained more congratulatory messages and correspondence related to other issues.  In January 1974, the Vice President's staff instituted a third system, the "F‑Number Handling System".  Ranging from F‑0 to F‑31, the forms responded to correspondence on such topics as service academy nominations, energy, President Nixon, and eagle scout awards.

The unanswered mail consisted of material similar in nature to the form response mail.  However, it remained unacknowledged due to insufficient or illegible address, or the writer's anonymity.  Because of its similarity with form response mail, the Ford Library disposed of the unacknowledged mail in its entirety.

Compiled by  Kenneth G. Hafeli, May 1980

Boxes 213-217    Newspaper Clippings, 1973 (2.0 linear feet)
This file of newspaper clippings mainly concerns Gerald Ford's nomination as Vice President on October 12, 1973 and the confirmation hearings conducted by the Congress.  A clipping service supplied most of the clippings, but Ford's staff apparently added others.  When the Ford Library received this series, the containers bore the words "Duplicate Newspaper Clippings," so presumably most or all appear in the Ford scrapbooks.

Compiled by William McNitt, May 1980

Boxes 218-258    Office of the Chief of Staff: Robert T. Hartmann Files, 1973‑74 (16.4 linear feet)
Long‑time congressional aide Robert Hartmann coordinated Gerald R. Ford's preparations for the vice presidential confirmation hearings in the fall of 1973 and subsequently became Chief of Staff to Vice President Ford.  As Chief of Staff, Hartmann's duties consisted mainly of the following:

  • Liaison with the White House Senior Staff, Cabinet Officers, agency heads, State Governors, the Leadership of Congress, and the Chairmen of the Republican National Committee and the Republican Senatorial and Congressional Campaign Committees.
  • Overall supervision of the staff with respect to duty and space requirements; review and approval of all cases of employment, separation or change in pay; security and conflict of interest clearances; grievances and complaints against staff members or voiced by them; approval of arrangements for persons detailed to the staff or volunteering assistance; and direct supervision of the Vice President's personal staff.
  • Editorial oversight of the preparation of drafts of speeches, remarks, and formal statements by the Vice President.

The files document his Hartmann's work as Vice Presidential Chief of Staff and his work on the Vice Presidential confirmation hearings.  The file of staff memoranda details many of his interactions with members of the staff.  Included in the subject file are letters he drafted for Ford, briefing materials for meetings, and materials on specific issues, politics, Ford speeches, and the organization and operation of the Vice President's staff.  There is little documentation on Watergate or on Ford's transition to the presidency.

Ford Confirmation Hearings Files
On October 10, 1973, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew resigned from office.  Under investigation for multiple charges of alleged conspiracy, extortion and bribery, Agnew agreed to resign, pleading nolo contendere to a single charge of federal income tax evasion.  Two days later, President Richard M. Nixon nominated Gerald Ford to become the 40th vice president of the United States. 

Ford was the first vice president selected under the provisions of the Twenty‑fifth Amendment to the Constitution, ratified in 1967.  The Amendment governs presidential and vice presidential succession and stipulates that whenever the office of vice president becomes vacant through death, succession to the presidency or resignation, the president shall nominate a vice president to be confirmed by a majority vote of both houses of Congress.

Procedural questions arose concerning which committee would handle the nomination in each chamber.  The House decided that the Committee on the Judiciary, chaired by Peter Rodino (D‑N.J.), would have jurisdiction; the Senate chose the Committee on Rules and Administration, chaired by Howard Cannon (D‑Nevada).  They held separate hearings.  Senate proceedings began on November 1, continued for two weeks and ended with a vote to confirm on November 27.  The hearings in the House opened on November 15, and that chamber voted to approve the nomination on December 6, 1973.

Hartmann helped Ford to prepare for the committee hearings.  The Ford staff pulled together facts, figures and explanatory documents relating to anticipated questions in the hearings.  In addition, they responded to queries from committee investigators and provided them with information from office files.  As indicated in his book Palace Politics, however, Hartmann felt his most important duty was drafting Ford's opening statements to the committees.

On what Ford and Hartmann informally called the "confirmation team," only two individuals, Hartmann and Paul Miltich, Ford's press secretary, were paid staff members.  The volunteer members of the team were old friends and people who had worked with Ford previously -- Benton Becker, Philip Buchen, Kenneth BeLieu, Richard Burress, William Cramer, Richard Haber, and Robert Hynes.

The "confirmation team" thoroughly searched Ford's congressional office files and removed items that might be needed for reference in the hearings.  They arranged the material into a general reference subject file and a campaign finance file and used those files to compile a briefing book for Ford's use at the witness table.  This briefing book evolved into a loose‑leaf binder indexed by questions that committee members might ask with suggestions for appropriate replies.  Ford's personal copy of the book, with his annotations, and the general subject and campaign finance files became a part of Hartmann's files.  The confirmation series also include materials created during the confirmation hearings.  These include correspondence with the House and Senate committee chairmen and members, working drafts of anticipated questions and recommended answers, and reference material and working drafts used in writing Ford's opening statements.

The House Judiciary Committee requested a compilation of all communications, written and oral, received by executive departments and independent agencies form 1970 to 1973, from Congressman Ford, his staff, or his representatives.  A duplicate set of this correspondence appears in the Hartmann files.

Hartmann personally created only a small amount of material within this file in the course of the confirmation hearings.  Most of it consists of material removed from Ford's congressional office files and drawn together for reference use by the confirmation team.

Hartmann kept these files in his office until the end of the Ford presidency.  He then relinquished this material, along with his congressional and White House files, to the Ford Library under the Ford deed of gift.  Hartmann also donated a collection of personal papers to the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, his alma mater.  In 1992, the Hoover Institution transferred that collection to the Ford Library.  It contains 4.4 linear feet of material concerning the Ford Vice Presidency.  Some additional information on the Ford confirmation hearings as Vice President is available in the papers of Congressman Edward Hutchinson, ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee at the time of the hearings.

Compiled by Leesa Tobin, April 1982

Boxes 218‑221    Robert Hartmann Personnel File, 1973‑74.  (1.5 linear feet)
Primarily routine memoranda from the Nixon White House Personnel Office to Ford for his information or comment on proposed Presidential appointments to various executive branch positions.  Also included are: Executive Level Vacancy Reports, appointment announcements, payroll information for the Office of the Vice President, security clearance forms, resumes, and miscellaneous other items relating to Presidential appointments and to personnel matters within the Vice President's office. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Boxes 222‑223    Robert Hartmann Staff Memoranda, 1973‑74.  (0.8 linear feet)
Memoranda from vice presidential staff to the Vice President, Hartmann, and others; with supporting correspondence and other items.  Accumulated by Hartmann as the Vice President's chief of staff, they concern such diverse matters as: office housekeeping, scheduling, trips, legal questions, the press, and political affairs. Arranged by name of staff member originating the memoranda and subdivided thereunder into memoranda to Hartmann and memoranda to others.

Boxes 224‑234    Robert Hartmann Subject File, 1973‑74.  (5.0 linear feet)
Hartmann's copies of staff memoranda to the Vice President and others; correspondence with congressmen, government and party officials, constituents, and others; form letters and odd newsletters received; background material for meetings, trips and social functions; White House press releases; speech texts; weekly Domestic Council issue summaries from Cole; and miscellaneous printed and other matter.  Much of it was sent to Hartmann for his information and not for action.  Subjects reflect, in greater breadth than depth, concerns on political, housekeeping, scheduling, policy, courtesy, and personnel matters.  Many files contain only a single item. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Boxes 235‑236    Robert Hartmann File of Summaries of Congressional Proceedings, 1973‑74.  (0.8 linear feet)
Memoranda from Legislative Assistant Josephine Wilson summarizing daily proceedings in the House of Representatives.  Selected speeches, new legislation, conference reports, status of bills pending, and House Speaker Carl Albert's press conferences are all briefly summarized.  Also included is one folder of similar information on floor action in the Senate, compiled by Spofford Canfield. Arranged chronologically.

Box 237    Ford Confirmation Hearings Briefing Book File, 1973.  (0.4 linear feet)
Materials compiled by Philip Buchen and Benton Becker, arranged in a loose‑leaf notebook format and indexed to help Ford in answering committee members' questions.  For preservation reasons, archivists removed the documents from their plastic covers.  The arrangement has been maintained, however, with the table of contents located in the first folder of the series.  The format for each of the subsequent subject designations is the same: the anticipated question or allegation is presented, a factual analysis provided and the position Ford was to take outlined.

Included are supportive exhibits that Ford could provide to the committee.  Mr. Ford annotated much of this material.  Also included in this briefing book is a quantity of loose material Ford used during the hearings.  The last two folders of the series contain these loose items.

Boxes 238‑240    Ford Confirmation Hearings Proceedings Transcripts File, 1973.  (1.2 linear feet)
An unedited and complete set of committee hearing transcripts.  These include the transcripts of proceedings from the hearings conducted by the Committee on Rules and Administration and the House Committee on the Judiciary.  There is some underlining and annotation by William Cramer, a volunteer assisting Ford during the confirmation hearings.  Also included are the final prints of the respective committee reports. Arranged chronologically.

Boxes 241‑243    Ford Confirmation Hearings File, 1973.  (1.2 linear feet)
Primarily material created during the confirmation hearings.  Included is a correspondence control file, correspondence with the House and Senate committee chairmen, and letters of thanks to congressmen who supported Ford; material concerning Ford's opening statements, including experts' views on the role of the vice president; questions submitted in advance by committee members and the draft and final responses prepared by Ford and his staff; copies of the "Congressional Record"; the Library of Congress report on Ford's voting record; and hearings memoranda and rules of procedure.  Also included are Hartmann's handwritten notes from the committee hearings. Arranged alphabetically.

Boxes 244‑248    Ford Confirmation Hearings General Subject File, 1948-73.  (2.0 linear feet)
Primarily materials from Ford's congressional office files brought together to form a reference file for use during the hearings.  The confirmation team compiled reference materials for each topic on which they anticipated questions.

Subjects include but are not limited to: constituents in Ford's congressional district and corporations represented in the area; Nixon's 1972 Committee for the Re‑Election of the President; Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas; government agencies such as the General Services Administration, Civil Aeronautics Board, and the Interstate Commerce Commission; private bills sponsored by Ford; Robert Winter‑Berger and his book, The Washington Payoff; and various special interest groups who contributed to Ford's congressional campaigns.  Also included here are files concerning Ford's voting record in the House, his various business involvements, background information concerning the Twenty‑fifth Amendment, and statements by the Republican Policy Committee. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Boxes 249‑253    Ford Confirmation Hearings Campaign Finance File, 1948-73.  (2.4 linear feet)
Detailed financial information related to each of Ford's congressional campaigns and his campaign committees.  Included are letters of thanks for contributions; receipts for expenditures; federal, state and local filing forms, and beginning in 1968, material concerning Ford's involvement in the distribution of funds to Republican candidates through the National Republican Congressional Committee Booster Fund.  The "confirmation team" removed this material from Ford's office files (what is now Series G of the Ford Congressional Papers) for easier reference during the confirmation hearings. Arranged chronologically by election year.

Boxes 254‑258    Ford Confirmation Hearings Agency Correspondence File, 1970-73.  (2.0 linear feet)
Photostatic copies of all communications, written and oral, received by many departments and agencies of the Federal government from Congressman Ford, his staff, or his representatives between January 1970 and October 1973.  This includes letters, internal working memoranda, memoranda for the file and any other memoranda or letters written to Ford (or to others, if they resulted from contacts with the Ford office.  Peter Rodino, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, requested this compilation.  The Ford "confirmation team" received a duplicate set. Arranged alphabetically by department or agency and thereunder chronologically.

Boxes 259-262    White House Advance Office Files, 1973‑74 (1.8 linear feet)
Byron M. ("Red") Cavaney joined the White House staff as a staff assistant to President Nixon in early 1973.  He served with the White House Advance Office and became its director in December 1974.  This office made preparations for all presidential travel, both within the country and abroad, and presidential appearances in Washington, D.C.  Several weeks before an event, advance teams would visit the site of a presidential speech or appearance to arrange for hotel accommodations, equipment rental, security, publicity, and the like.  They also sent letters of appreciation to local contacts after completing the event.

From the time of Gerald Ford's nomination as Vice President until March 1974, the Nixon White House Advance Office handled advance operations for him.  By the end of January 1974, however, Warren Rustand of the vice president's own staff handled advance work in preparation for Washington appearances and Michigan trips.  Beginning in March, the Ford staff handled all vice presidential advance work.  Cavaney's files include correspondence, memoranda, notes, schedules, guest lists, programs, and other related material for some of Ford's appearances October 18, 1973 to March 8, 1974.  These files include material addressed to both Cavaney and William Henkel, Jr., then director of the Advance Office.

Additional materials on scheduling and advance work done for Ford's appearances after December 1973 is found in the files of vice presidential aide Warren Rustand.  Other series in the vice presidential papers include related information on scheduling arrangements and Ford speeches, including the Robert Hartmann files.

Compiled by Sandra Raub, December 1981

Box 263    White House Editorial Staff Files, 1973‑74 (0.4 linear feet)
Draft vice presidential speeches and background materials prepared by President Nixon's Office of Editorial Staff before the Vice President began using his own speechwriters in early 1974.  When President Nixon left office, the Office of Editorial Staff retained these files and turned them over to the Ford Library under President Ford's deed of gift.  They are arranged chronologically in case files.

Compiled by Leesa Tobin, July 1983


Container List

Box 1    Correspondence Control (Index) File
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A‑Bt
 
Box 2    Correspondence Control (Index) File
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Bu‑Dh
 
Box 3    Correspondence Control (Index) File
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Di‑Grh
 
Box 4    Correspondence Control (Index) File
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Gri‑J
 
Box 5    Correspondence Control (Index) File
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K‑Mb
 
Box 6    Correspondence Control (Index) File
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Mc‑Pd
 
Box 7    Correspondence Control (Index) File
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Pe‑Sg
 
Box 8    Correspondence Control (Index) File
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Sh‑T
 
Box 9    Correspondence Control (Index) File
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U‑Z

Box 10    Issues File
Abortion
Aged
Agriculture
Alcohol
Amnesty
Animals/Birds/Fish
Arts/Humanities
Athletics/Sports
Banking
Calendar
Captive Nations
China
Civil Rights
Civil Service
Coins
Commerce
Commissions/Regulatory Agencies
 
Box 11    Issues File
Communications
Congress
Communism
Conservation
Consumer Affairs
Courts/Judiciary
Crime
Defense (1)‑(3)
Demonstrations
District of Columbia
Drugs
Economic ‑ Budget
Economic ‑ General, 1973

Box 12    Issues File
Economic ‑ General, 1974 (1)‑(2)
Economic ‑ Mercy Hospital
Education
Elections (1)‑(2)
Elections ‑ Reform
Electoral College
 
Box 13    Issues File
Energy, Oct.‑Nov. 1973
 
Box 14    Issues File
Energy, Nov. 1973‑July 1974
 
Box 15    Issues File
Environment
Executive Departments
Firearms
Food
Foreign Affairs (1)‑(2)
Forests/Parks
Grants
Health (1)‑(5)
 
Box 16    Issues File
Health (6)
Highways
Housing
Impeachment
Indian Affairs
Insufficient Address
Insurance
Jurisdiction
Labor ‑ General (1)‑(2)
Labor ‑ Management
Labor ‑ Minimum Wage
Labor ‑ Unemployed
Lands
Libraries
Maritime
Medicare
 
Box 17    Issues File
Metals/Minerals
Miscellaneous Legislation
Middle East
Monuments/Memorials/Sites
Multiple Issues, Oct. ‑ Nov. 1973 (1)‑(6)
 
Box 18    Issues File
Multiple Issues, Dec. 1973 ‑ July 1974 (1)‑(4)
Obscenity
Panama
Patriotism
Pensions
Population
Postal Service (1)‑(2)
Presidential, Oct. 1973
 
Box 19    Issues File
Presidential, Nov. 1973 ‑ Aug. 1974 (1)‑(5)
Railroads
Religion (1)‑(2)
 
Box 20    Issues File
Reserves
Revenue
Rivers/Harbors
Rural
Safety
Science
Security
Selective Service
Social Security (1)‑(3)
Southeast Asia
Taxes (1)‑(3)
 
Box 21    Issues File
Taxes ‑ Against Reuss/Vanik Amendment (1)‑(4)
Time
Trade/Tariff
Transportation (1)‑(2)
Urban Affairs
Veterans
 
Box 22    Issues File
Vice Presidential (1)‑(5)
Vice Presidential ‑ Endorsements
Vietnam
Vietnam ‑ MIA/POW
Voting
Water
Weather
Women
Welfare
Youth
 
Box 23    Case/Individual File
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A‑Bn
 
Box 24    Case/Individual File
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Bo‑Cn
 
Box 25    Case/Individual File
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Co‑D
 
Box 26    Case/Individual File
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E‑F
 
Box 27    Case/Individual File
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G‑Hd
 
Box 28    Case/Individual File
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He‑I
 
Box 29    Case/Individual File
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J‑Ld
 
Box 30    Case/Individual File
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Le‑Mam
 
Box 31    Case/Individual File
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Man‑Nn
 
Box 32    Case/Individual File
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No‑Pes
 
Box 33    Case/Individual File
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Pet‑Rosl
 
Box 34    Case/Individual File
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Rosm‑So
 
Box 35    Case/Individual File
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Sp‑T
 
Box 36    Case/Individual File
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U‑Z
 
Box 37    General File
A ‑ General
Accounts (Empty)
Aids ‑ Community
Aids ‑ State
Anonymous Mail
Appearances, Oct. 1973 ‑ June 1974
 
Box 38    General File
Appearances, July ‑ Aug. 1974
Awards
B ‑ General
Bicentennial
Bouquets
C ‑ General
Children
Clubs
Condolences
Congratulations From (To Ford From Others), A‑Be
 
Box 39    General File
Congratulations From (To Ford From Others), Bi‑F
 
Box 40    General File
Congratulations From (To Ford From Others), G‑L
 
Box 41    General File
Congratulations From (To Ford From Others), M‑Sd
 
Box 42    General File
Congratulations From (To Ford From Others), Se‑Z
 
Box 43    General File

Congratulations From (To Ford From Others) ‑ Answered with a Card, A‑Z
 
Box 44    General File
Congratulations To (From Ford to Others) ‑ General (1)‑(4)
Congratulations To (From Ford to Others) ‑ Anniversary (1)‑(3)
 
Box 45    General File
Congratulations To (From Ford to Others) ‑ Birthday (1)‑(4)
Congratulations To (From Ford to Others) ‑ Birth Announcements
Congratulations To (From Ford to Others) ‑ Scouts
Congratulations To (From Ford to Others) ‑ Tribute
Congressional Staff Club
Congressmen: House
Congressmen: Senate
Contributions
Convalescence
 
Box 46    General File
Courtesies
D ‑ General
Directories
Domestic Council Committee on the Right of Privacy
Donations
E ‑ General
Education Assistance
Employment
Endorsements
Events
F ‑ General
Felicitations
Ford, John G.
Ford Schedule
G ‑ General
 
Box 47    General File
Gifts From (To Ford From Others), (1)‑(8)
 
Box 48    General File
Gifts To (From Ford to Others)
Greetings (1)‑(2)
Greetings ‑ Easter
H ‑ General
Homes
 
Box 49    General File
I ‑ General
Inauguration Requests
Invitation Regrets (1)‑(2)
J ‑ General
Jurisdiction
K ‑ General
L ‑ General
M ‑ General (1)‑(2)
Material Sent: No Cover Letter
Memberships
Miscellaneous
 
Box 50    General File
N ‑ General
O ‑ General
Organizations
P ‑ General
Passports
Personal ‑ Caberfae (Empty)
Positions ‑ Administration
Positions ‑ Advisors
Positions ‑ General
Positions ‑ Staff
Positions ‑ Summer
Q ‑ General
Questions
R ‑ General
Recommendations ‑ Appointments
Recommendations ‑ Awards
Recommendations ‑ Diplomatic Posts
Recommendations ‑ Membership
Recommendations ‑ Positions
Recommendations ‑ Schools/Scholarships
Recommendations ‑ Speaker (Empty)
Referrals
Regrets ‑ Appointments/Interviews
Relatives
Republican Campaign
‑ General
‑ Alaska
‑ Arkansas
‑ California
‑ Florida

Box 51    General File
Republican Campaign
‑ Indiana
‑ Kansas
‑ Kentucky
‑ Massachusetts
‑ Michigan
Republican Campaign
‑ Minnesota
‑ Missouri
‑ New Jersey
‑ New York
‑ Ohio
‑ Pennsylvania
‑ Rhode Island
Republican Cause
Republican Congressional Committee
Republican House Members ‑ Miscellaneous Correspondence
Republican ‑ Ionia County
Republican ‑ Kent County
Republican ‑ Michigan
Republican ‑ National Committee
Republican ‑ Women
Requests ‑ Autograph and Photograph (1)‑(4)
 
Box 52    General File
Requests ‑ Autograph and Photograph (5)‑(15)
 
Box 53    General File
Requests ‑ Calendars
Requests ‑ Endorsements
Requests ‑ GRF Personal Items
Requests ‑ Introductions/Commendations
Requests ‑ Miscellaneous (1)‑(4)
Requests ‑ Recipes
Requests ‑ Students (1)‑(3)
Requests ‑ Vice President, Information On
 
Box 54    General File
S ‑ General (1)‑(2)
Scholarships
Skiing
Small Business
Smithsonian Institution ‑ General
Smithsonian Institution ‑ Meeting of the Board of Regents, 5/14/74
Smithsonian Institution ‑ Survey of Buildings and Other Facilities, 4/74
Solicitations
Speakers
Subscriptions
Surveys/Polls
 
Box 55    General File
T ‑ General
Thank From (From Others to Ford), (1)‑(5)
Thanks To (From Ford to Others), (1)
 
Box 56    General File
Thanks To (From Ford to Others), (2)‑(6)
 
Box 57    General File
Thanks To (From Ford to Others), (7)‑(11)
 
Box 58    General File
Thanks To (From Ford to Others), (12)‑(13)
U ‑ General (Empty)
U.S. Capitol Historical Society
V ‑ General
Vail
Vice President ‑ Hold
Visitors
W ‑ General
XYZ ‑ General
Zeoli (Billy) Mailings
 
Box 59    John Marsh Subject File
Abshire, David
Ambassadors, U.S.
American Legion
Anderson, Gwen
Army Installations
Aspin Amendments
Beckett Aviation
Camp Hoover
Central Intelligence Agency
Coins
Commission on the Organization of the Government for the Conduct of Foreign Policy
Congressional Invitees (for Diplomatic Receptions)
Congressional Medal of Honor Presentation
Contacts
Defense
Defense and International Affairs Office ‑ Organization and Functions
Disarmament and Arms Control Bill
Energy Legislation and Problems
Eximbank ‑ USSR
Feldman, George
Ford, Mrs. Gerald R. ‑ Events
Ford, Mike ‑ Prayer
Foreign Affairs
Foreign Disaster Assistance Act of 1974
 
Box 60    John Marsh Subject File
Gordon, Britt
Grevers, Theodore
Griffin, Robert P. (Senator)
Guard and Reserve Affairs
Highlights of Congressional Activities, Feb.‑Apr. 1974
House Budget Committee
House Judiciary Committee
Introductions/Commendations
Israel
Jonas, Charles Raper
Kennedy Amendment
Korea
Ludlam, William
Marsh Correspondence, A‑Z (1)‑(4)
Memos, Inter‑Office
Memos, Intra‑Office
 
Box 61    John Marsh Subject File
Memos, Outgoing
Memos Sent to the Vice President and Chief of Staff and Returned
Memos to the Staff
MIA ‑ POW (1)‑(2)
Military Master Control File (Index to Military Case Work) ‑ See Box 206
Mott, Charlie
National Aviation Executive Institute
National Guard
North Korea
O'Brian, Hugh ‑ Youth Foundation
Osborne Article ‑ James Schlesinger
Panama
 
Box 62    John Marsh Subject File

Pharr, Jones
Pinter, Rabbi Leib
Privacy
Regan, Tom
Republican Conference, 3/26/74
Republican National Finance Committee
Requests/Endorsements
Restructuring of the House of Representatives (Bolling)
Resumes
Science Advisor Meeting, April 1974
Secretary of Defense ‑ Allocation of Servants
Slaybecker, Bob
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr
Southeast Asia ‑ POW/MIA
South Vietnam Veterans Day
Speeches ‑ Miscellaneous
Studebaker, Jack
Thompson, Sir Robert
Trilateral Commission
United States/USSR Parliamentary Exchange
Veterans Affairs
Vice President ‑ Correspondence, A‑D
 
Box 63    John Marsh Subject File
Vice President
‑ Correspondence, E‑Z (1)‑(3)
‑ House Committee Report
‑ Invitations Acceptance
‑ Invitation Regrets
‑ Meeting with Don Johnson (Veterans Administration), 2/27/74 (1)‑(2)
‑ Meeting with Bipartisan Leaders, 4/24/74
‑ Memorial Day Address, 5/27/74
‑ Press Releases
‑ Remarks, Jan. ‑ Apr. 1974 (1)‑(2)
 
Box 64    John Marsh Subject File
Vice President
‑ Remarks, May ‑ Aug. 1974 (1)‑(2)
‑ Residence
‑ Responses to Congratulatory Messages
VIP Letters to the Vice President
Vote Tally Sheets
Voters Analysis on Defense Issues ‑ House
Voters Analysis on Defense Issues ‑ Senate
Chronological File
Jan. ‑ Aug. 1974 (1)‑(7)
 
Box 65    John Marsh File of Vice Presidential Meetings with Foreign and Diplomatic Officials

The entire series is available in digital form. Please click on the folder titles to view PDF files of the documents.

Lists of Ford Meetings with Foreign Dignitaries
December 5, 1973 - Vice President and Romanian President Ceausescu (Background material only)
December 8, 1973 - Vice President and General Moshe Dayan
December 11, 1973 - Vice President and Soviet Ambassador Dobrynin
December 12, 1973 - Vice President and Ahmad Zaki Yamani, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Wealth of Saudi Arabia, and Belaid Abdesselam, Minister of Industry and Energy of Algeria
December 22, 1973 - West German Chancellor Willy Brandt (Letter only, no meeting)
January 10, 1974 - Vice President and Deputy Prime Minister Takeo Miki of Japan
January 11, 1974 - Vice President and Australian Deputy Prime Minister Lance Barnard
January 14, 1974 - Vice President and Lord Cromer, Ambassador from Great Britain
January 14, 1974 - Dinner with Ambassador and Mrs. Dobrynin of the Soviet Union (Background material only)
January 16, 1974 - Vice President and U.S. Ambassador to France John Irwin
January 16, 1974 - Vice President and U.S. Ambassador to Argentina Robert C. Hill
January 18, 1974 - Vice President and Jacques Kosciusko-Morizet, French Ambassador
January 22, 1974 - Vice President and Connie Mulder, Minister of Information and the Interior for South Africa
January 22, 1974 - Vice President and U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican Henry Cabot Lodge
January 23, 1974 - Vice President and U.S. Ambassador to Finland John Krehbiel
February 11, 1974 - Vice President and Walter Stoessel, U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union
February 13, 1974 - Vice President and West German Opposition Leader Helmut Kohl
February 20, 1974 - John Marsh and Milan Svec, Third Secretary of the Czechoslovakian Embassy
February 28, 1974 - Vice President and Robert E. Fritts, Ambassador-designate to Rwanda (Background material only)
March 7, 1974 - White House Dinner Honoring the Governors (Background material only)
March 7, 1974 - Vice President and Indian Ambassador Triloki Nath Kaul
March 13, 1974 - Vice President and King Hussein of Jordan (includes material on the state dinner hosted by the Vice President the previous night)
March 13, 1974 - Vice President and James F. Oates of the Jobs for Veterans Committee
March 13, 1974 - Vice President and Robert Crane Concerning the Crow Indians of Montana
March 14, 1974 - Vice President and U.S. Ambassador-designate to Panama William J. Jorden
March 14, 1974 - Vice President and Pakistani Ambassador Yaqub (Background material only)
March 20, 1974 - Vice President and Assistant Secretary of State Linwood Holton
March 20, 1974 - Vice President and Deputy Prime Minister Tran Van Don of South Vietnam
March 21, 1974 - Vice President and U.S. Ambassador at Large Ellsworth Bunker
March 26, 1974 - Vice President and Henry Tasca, U.S. Ambassador to Greece
March 26, 1974 - John Marsh and Rowland Evans
March 28, 1974 - Vice President and Robert Neumann, U.S. Ambassador to Morocco
March 28, 1974 - Vietnam Veterans Reception at the South Vietnam Embassy (Background material only)
March 29, 1974 - Dinner Dance at the Argentine Embassy (Background material only)
April 3, 1974 - Visit to the U.S. Naval Academy (Background material only)
April 8, 1974 - Vice President and Eight Members of the West German Bundestag
April 9, 1974 - Vice President and Ambassador Sjarif Thajeb of Indonesia
April 10, 1974 - Reception Hosted by OAS Ambassador William Mailliard for U.S. and OAS Ambassadors (Background material only)
April 11, 1974 - Vice President and Philip Manhard, U.S. Ambassador to Mauritius
April 15, 1974 - Vice President and Panama Minister of Foreign Affairs Juan Antonio Tack
April 18, 1974 - John Marsh and Milan Svec, Third Secretary of the Czechoslovakian Embassy
April 25, 1974 - Vice President and Nicolas Gonzalez-Revilla, Panamanian Ambassador
April 29, 1974 - Vice President and Israeli Chief Rabbi Ovadiah Yosef (Background material only)
April 30, 1974 - Vice President and British Ambassador Peter Ramsbotham (Background material only)
May 15, 1974 - Dinner at the Embassy of Mexico (Background material only)
May 21, 1974 - Vice President and Soviet "Parliamentary" Delegation
May 23, 1974 - Vice President and Jordan's Crown Prince Hassan (Background material only)
May 24, 1974 - Vice President and U.S. Ambassador to Thailand William Kintner
ay 28, 1974 - John Marsh and Romanian Ambassador Corneliu Bogdan
May 30, 1974 - Vice President and West German Defense Minister Georg Leber
June 6, 1974 - Vice President and Representatives of the Imperial Iranian National Defense University
June 27, 1974 - Vice President and Max V. Krebs, U.S. Ambassador-designate to Guyana (Background material only)
July 8, 1974 - J.W. Roberts and Soviet Second Secretary Yermishkin
July 15, 1974 - Vice President and Indonesian Vice President the Sultan of Jogjakarta (Background material only)
July 31, 1974 - Robert Neumann, U.S. Ambassador to Morocco (Letter only, no meeting)
August 6, 1974 - Vice President and Japanese Ambassador Takeshi Yasukawa with Visiting Japanese Politicians
Proposed Meetings That Did Not Take Place

Box 66    John Marsh File of Vice Presidential Events
12/73 ‑ Miscellaneous
12/20‑21/73 ‑ Spain
1/74 ‑ Miscellaneous
1/12/74 ‑ Little Rock, Arkansas
2/74 ‑ Miscellaneous
2/3/74 ‑ DOD Input for Vice President's "Face the Nation" Broadcast
2/12, 21 and 25/74 ‑ Diplomatic Reception at Blair House
3/74 ‑ Miscellaneous
4/74 ‑ Miscellaneous
5/74 ‑ Miscellaneous
5/21/74 ‑ Former Members of Congress
6/74 ‑ Miscellaneous
 

Box 67    John Marsh File of Vice Presidential Events
7/74 ‑ Miscellaneous
8/74 ‑ Miscellaneous
8/5/74 ‑ Disabled American Veterans
 
Box 67    John Marsh File of Thank You Letters for Vice Presidential Trips
2/13‑15/74 ‑ Kentucky, Illinois, Nebraska
2/24‑25/74 ‑ New York and New Jersey
3/1‑4/74 ‑ Arizona, Colorado, New York
3/8‑9/74 ‑ Florida and New York
3/11/74 ‑ Pennsylvania and Massachusetts
3/15‑18/74 ‑ South Carolina
3/23/74 ‑ New Jersey
3/30/74 ‑ Illinois and Florida
4/4/74 ‑ Ohio
4/5/74 ‑ Colorado
4/9‑10/74 ‑ Michigan
4/13‑22/74 ‑ Kansas and California
 
Box 68    John Marsh File of Thank You Letters for Vice Presidential Trips
4/22‑23/74 ‑ Pennsylvania and New York
4/27/74 ‑ Texas and Oklahoma
5/1/74 ‑ Charlotte, NC
5/3‑4/74 ‑ South Carolina and Michigan
5/6/74 ‑ New York
5/7/74 ‑ New York
5/9/74 ‑ Illinois
5/10‑11/74 ‑ New York and Texas
5/13/74 ‑ Louisiana and Florida
5/16‑20/74 ‑ Hawaii and Washington
5/22/74 ‑ New York and Delaware
5/23/74 ‑ New York
5/24/74 ‑ Lansing, MI
5/25/74 ‑ Boston, MA
5/26/74 ‑ Danbury, CT
5/28‑29/74 ‑ North Carolina and Alabama
6/4/74 ‑ New York
6/5/74 ‑ Colorado and Ohio
6/6/74 ‑ Pennsylvania
6/7‑9/74 ‑ Georgia, North Carolina, and Utah
6/10/74 ‑ New York
6/15/74 ‑ New York
6/17/74 ‑ White Sulphur Springs, WV
6/20‑25/74 ‑ California, Minnesota, and Illinois
7/3/74 ‑ Maine
7/6‑7/74 ‑ Dallas, TX
7/12‑13/74 ‑ California and New Mexico
7/18/74 ‑ Grand Rapids, MI
7/19‑21/74 ‑ Hot Springs and Roanoke, VA
7/25/74 ‑ Illinois, Indiana and Ohio
7/29‑30/74 ‑ California and Nevada
7/31/74 ‑ Worcester, MA
Miscellaneous
 
Box 69    John Marsh Trip File
12/13/73 ‑ New York
12/15‑16/73 ‑ Williamsburg, VA
12/21/73‑1/5/74 ‑ Denver, CO
1/12/74 ‑ Little Rock, AR
1/15/74 ‑ Atlantic City, NJ
1/16‑17/74 ‑ Grand Rapids, MI
1/26/74 ‑ Johnstown, PA and Columbus, OH
1/26/74 ‑ West Palm Beach, FL
1/27/74 ‑ Providence, RI
2/9/74 ‑ Kalamazoo, Saginaw, and Detroit, MI
2/13‑15/74 ‑ London, KY; Chicago, IL; Omaha, NE
2/18/74 ‑ Chattanooga, TN
2/20/74 ‑ Cincinnati, OH
2/24‑25/74 ‑ New York and Atlantic City, NJ
3/1‑4/74 ‑ Phoenix, AZ; Denver, CO; New York
3/8/74 ‑ Miami and Tampa, FL
3/9/74 ‑ New York
3/11/74 ‑ Philadelphia, PA and Boston, MA
3/12/74 ‑ San Diego, CA (Canceled)
3/15‑18/74 ‑ Charleston and Beaufort, SC
3/23/74 ‑ Morristown and Atlantic City, NJ
3/30/74 ‑ Chicago, IL and Clearwater, FL
4/3/74 ‑ Annapolis, MD
4/4/74 ‑ Cincinnati, OH
4/4‑5/74 ‑ Denver, CO
4/9‑10/74 ‑ Pontiac, MI
4/13‑21/74 ‑ Kansas City, MO; Palm Springs, Monterey, and San Jose, CA
4/22‑23/74 ‑ New York and Philadelphia, PA
4/26/74 ‑ White Sulphur Springs, WV
4/27/74 ‑ Wichita Falls, TX and Tulsa, OK
5/1/74 ‑ Charlotte, NC
5/2/74 ‑ Bethlehem, PA (Canceled)
5/3‑4/74 ‑ Columbia and Myrtle Beach, SC and Detroit, MI
5/6/74 ‑ New York
5/7/74 ‑ New York
5/9/74 ‑ Chicago and Charleston, IL
5/10/74 ‑ Buffalo, NY and College Station, Houston, and Dallas, TX
 
Box 70    John Marsh Trip File
5/13/74 ‑ New Orleans, LA and Pensacola, FL
5/16‑20/74 ‑ Honolulu and Hilo, HI and Tacoma, WA
5/22/74 ‑ New York
5/23/74 ‑ New York
5/24/74 ‑ Lansing, MI
5/25/74 ‑ Boston, MA
5/26/74 ‑ New York; Danbury and Waterbury, CT
5/28‑29/74 ‑ Charlotte, NC and Birmingham, AL
5/31/74 ‑ Concord and Manchester, NH
6/3‑4/74 ‑ New York
6/4‑5/74 ‑ Colorado Springs, CO and Columbus, OH
6/6/74 ‑ Roystown, PA
6/7‑9‑74 ‑ Savannah, GA; Raleigh, NC; Ogden, UT; and Cleveland, OH
6/10/74 ‑ New York
6/13‑14/74 ‑ Dallas, TX and Chicago, IL
6/15/74 ‑ Oneida, Newburgh, and White Plains, NY
6/17/74 ‑ White Sulphur Springs, WV
6/20‑25/74 ‑ San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Monterey, CA; Minneapolis, MN; Chicago, IL
6/29/74 ‑ Annapolis, MD
7/3/74 ‑ Loring AFB, ME
7/6‑7/74 ‑ Dallas, TX
7/12‑14/74 ‑ Albuquerque, Los Alamos, and Santa Fe, NM; El Toro and Ontario, CA
7/18‑19/74 ‑ Grand Rapids, MI
 
Box 71    John Marsh Trip File
7/19‑21/74 ‑ Hot Springs, VA
7/25‑27/74 ‑ Muncie, IN; Chicago, IL; Canton, OH
7/29‑30/74 ‑ San Francisco, CA; Las Vegas and Reno, NV; San Diego, CA
7/31/74 ‑ Worcester, MA
8/3‑4/74 ‑ Columbus, Jackson, and Hattiesburg, MS; and New Orleans, LA
8/8‑19/74 ‑ West Coast; Hawaii; Chicago, IL (Canceled)
News Media Billing
News Media Payments (1)‑(2)
Republican National Committee Payments
Routine Follow‑Up Correspondence
 
Box 72    Richard Burress Subject File
Abortion
Agriculture
Baroody, William J.
Bicentennial Commission
Biographical Material ‑ Richard T. Burress
Breakfast Briefings
Brookings Institution
Commission on Critical Choices for Americans ‑ Nelson A. Rockefeller
Community Development Bank
Construction Industry Stabilization
Domestic Council
Drugs/Narcotics
Economy
Energy
Federal Design Improvement Program
House of Representatives
Indians
Insurance
Labor Department
Legal Services Corporation
Legislation
Legislation, Messages, Tributes, Letters, Remarks, etc. by Vice President
Miscellaneous Correspondence
 
Box 73    Richard Burress Subject File
National Health Insurance System ‑ HEW Proposal
National Urban Coalition ‑ Agenda, March 29, 1974
Nixon, Richard M. ‑ Response to the House Judiciary
Committee Concerning Watergate
Office of Management and Budget ‑ Update on Natural
Resources, Energy and Science
President's Executive Interchange Program (Publication)
Publications/News Clippings
Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Aug.-Oct. 1974)
Scheduling
Transportation Department
Water (Safe Drinking Act)
White House Authorization
 
Box 74    William Casselman Subject File
Action Memos ‑ Chron Copies, Jan. ‑ Apr. 1974
Advancemen (Name Checks)
Amateur Sports Legislation
Appearance by Vice President ‑ General
Appearance by Vice President ‑ "Face of the Nation", Feb. 1974
Appearance by Vice President ‑ "Meet the Press, " Jan. 6, 1974
Appearance by Vice President ‑ Network Executives, Jan. 10, 1974
Appointments
Appropriations ‑ Office of the Vice President
Authorization ‑ Office of the Vice President
Budget ‑ Fiscal Year 1975 ‑ Office of the Vice President
Campaign Reform
 
Box 75    William Casselman Subject File
Citizens Conference on State Legislatures (1)‑(2)
Correspondence ‑ Procedures, Office of the Vice‑President
Correspondence ‑ Buchen, Philip
Correspondence ‑ Hartmann, Robert T.
Correspondence ‑ Marsh, John O.
Correspondence ‑ Miltich, Paul A.
Correspondence ‑ Pagnotta, Frank
Correspondence ‑ Rustand, Warren
Correspondence ‑ Sardo, Lt. Col. Americo A.
Correspondence ‑ Seidman, L. William
Correspondence ‑ Vice President Ford
Courts ‑ Judiciary
Crime
Departments and Agencies ‑ FCC
Departments and Agencies ‑ GPO
 
Box 76    William Casselman Subject File
Departments and Agencies ‑ GSA
Departments and Agencies ‑ Justice
Departments and Agencies ‑ SBA
Departments and Agencies ‑ Smithsonian Institution
Departments and Agencies ‑ State Department
Departments and Agencies ‑ USIA
Domestic Council ‑ General
Domestic Council ‑ Organization
Domestic Council ‑ Tornado Disaster
Domestic Council ‑ Weekly Briefing Papers (1)‑(2)
Drug Abuse Committee
Duties of the Vice President
 
Box 77    William Casselman Subject File
Education
Endorsements
Energy
‑ Federal Energy Office: Petroleum Situation Report
‑ Federal Energy Office: Petroleum Statistics Report
‑ Federal Energy Office: Gasoline Allocation
‑ General
‑ Legislation (1)‑(2)
‑ Petrochemicals
‑ Schleede, Glenn: Memos From
 
Box 78    William Casselman Subject File
Energy
‑ Vice President's Energy Trip (1)‑(3)
Environmental Research Institute of Michigan (Lefty Hatch)
Ethics, Code of
Executive Order 11709 ‑ Farmers' Tax Returns
Financial Disclosure ‑ Vice President
Fleming, Arthur S. ‑ Awards Program
Ford Papers ‑ University of Michigan
Franking Privilege, Use of
Friends of Jerry Ford Committee
Fundraising and Reimbursement of Related Expenses, Procedures for (Political)
 
Box 79    William Casselman Subject File
Gifts
Gifts to the Vice President
Handicapped
Hatch Act
Health
Health ‑ National Council of Health Care Services
Hispanic Americans
Housing
Impeachment
 
Box 80    William Casselman Subject File
Indian Affairs
Indian Opportunity, National Council on (1)‑(7)
Interior Department ‑ Personnel Problem
Justice
Libraries
Library of Congress
Literary Rights, Request for (TV Guide)
Litigation ‑ Cherrytree v. Nixon
 
Box 81    William Casselman Subject File
Litigation ‑ Dulles v. Secretary of the Treasury
Litigation ‑ Kelley v. Nixon
Litigation ‑ McDonald v. McLucas
Litigation ‑ Miscellaneous
Litigation ‑ Pritchett v. FBI, et.al
Litigation ‑ Wiesberg v. GSA
Meeting with the Secretary of the Interior and the Vice President, March 21, 1974
Meeting with the Attorney General, Feb. 26, 1974
Membership ‑ General
Membership ‑ Resignation of the Vice President from the National Athletic Health Institute
Michigan Claims Against HEW
Miscellaneous
National Governors Conferences
 
Box 82    William Casselman Subject File
National Growth Policy (1)‑(2)
National Growth Policy ‑ Meeting with President, Sept. 20, 1974 (Transferred to Ford Presidential Papers)
News Articles on Vice President's Staff
No Fault Insurance (1)‑(3)
Oath of Office
Office of Management and Budget ‑ Organization
Office Space and Staff Support for Former Vice President, Authority for
Organization ‑ Office of Legal Counsel to Vice President
Pardons
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation
Personnel ‑ General
Personnel ‑ Attorney Applications for Future Consideration
 
Box 83    William Casselman Subject File
Personnel ‑ Secretarial Applications
Personnel ‑ Volunteers
Physical Fitness and Sports, President's Council on
Privacy ‑ Criticism
Privacy
‑ Domestic Council Committee (1)‑(4)
 
Box 84    William Casselman Subject File
Privacy
‑ Domestic Council Committee (5)
‑ Domestic Council Committee Reports and Recommendations
‑ Establishment of
‑ General
‑ Initial Department and Agency Recommendations
‑ Legislation
‑ Meeting with Vice President, Feb. 26, 1974
‑ Organization
‑ President's Speech and Fact Sheet
‑ Sperling Breakfast Meeting, March 12, 1974
Protection of the President at Key Biscayne and San Clemente
Public Correspondence with Legal Counsel to the Vice President
 
Box 85    William Casselman Subject File

Public Correspondence with the Vice President
Public Correspondence ‑ Minos, Ernst
Public Correspondence ‑ Walker, Harry
Republican National Committee
Republican National Finance Committee
Republican Party ‑ General
Requests for Appearances of Vice President at Public Functions
Requests for Autographed Pictures from the Vice President
Requests for Interviews with the Vice President
Requests for Messages to Individuals from the Vice President
Requests for Vice President to Speak
Rockefeller, Nelson (Entire Folder Transferred to the Ford Presidential Papers)
Rule 29 Committee (Republican Party)
‑ Selection of Vice Presidential Candidates (1)‑(3)
‑ Selection of Vice Presidential Candidates: Transcript of Subcommittee
Meeting, April 27, 1974 (1)‑(2)
 
Box 86    William Casselman Subject File
Scheduling ‑ Daily Scheduling Meeting
Scheduling ‑ General
Scheduling ‑ Procedures to be Followed by Staff
Scheduling ‑ Speechwriting Schedules
Scheduling ‑ Weekly Long‑Range Scheduling Meetings
Science and Technology in the White House
Seal ‑ Vice Presidential
Security Clearances
Speeches by the Vice President
‑ Jan. 1974: USDA Speeches
‑ March 6, 1974: National Governors Conference
‑ May 3, 1974: Law Day, University of South Carolina (1)‑(2)
‑ May 13, 1974: Louisiana State Legislature
‑ May 24, 1974: Michigan State Legislature
‑ August 2, 1974: American Bar Association
Standards of Conduct ‑ Christmas Gifts
Standards of Conduct ‑ Correspondence
 
Box 87    William Casselman Subject File
Standards of Conduct ‑ General (1)‑(4)
Tax Evasion
Telephone Calls From the Public to the Legal Counsel
Telephone Calls From the Public to the Vice President
Transportation
Veterans Outreach Program
Vice President ‑ Memos from Casselman to Ford
Vice Presidential
‑ Archives
‑ General
‑ Office in House Wing of Capitol
‑ Official Residence ‑ Furniture and Furnishings
‑ Official Residence ‑ General
 
Box 88    William Casselman Subject File
Vice Presidential
‑ Official Residence ‑ Legislative Hearings
‑ Personal and Legal Affairs (Chronological)
‑ Personal and Legal Affairs (Parents Divorce Case)
‑ Residence (Alexandria Home)
Waivers of Compensation
Watch List ‑ Office of the Vice President
Watergate Clippings
Women ‑ Equality
Working Hours ‑ Office of the Vice President
William Casselman Official Correspondence
Dec. 1973 ‑ Feb. 7, 1974
 
Box 89    William Casselman Official Correspondence
Feb. 8 ‑ Apr. 3, 1974
 
Box 90    William Casselman Official Correspondence
Apr. 4‑30, 1974
 
Box 91    William Casselman Official Correspondence
May 1 ‑ June 17, 1974
 
Box 92    William Casselman Official Correspondence
June 18 ‑ July 31, 1974
 
Box 93    William Casselman Official Correspondence
Aug. 1974
 
Box 93    William Casselman GSA Furniture Purchases File
Correspondence ‑ Ford and GSA, Feb. 1970 ‑ Mar. 1973
 
Box 94    William Casselman GSA Furniture Purchases File
Correspondence ‑ Ford and GSA, June ‑ Oct. 1973
Correspondence ‑ Office of Procurement, 1971‑1973
Correspondence ‑ Office of Standards and Quality, 1971‑1973
Furniture Purchase Contracts (1)‑(4)
 
Box 95    William Casselman GSA Furniture Purchases File
Furniture Purchase Contracts (5)‑(11)
 
Box 96    William Casselman GSA Furniture Purchases File
Purchase Orders ‑ Ford Grand Rapids Office
Region 1, 2, 3 ‑ Purchase Orders
Region 5 ‑ Office of Procurement
Region 5 ‑ Office of Standards and Quality Control (1)‑(7)
 
Box 97    William Casselman GSA Furniture Purchases File
Region 5 ‑ Office of Standards and Quality Control (8)‑(11)
Region 5 ‑ Contracts (1)‑(2)
Region 5 ‑ Purchase Orders
 
Box 98    William Casselman GSA Furniture Purchases File
Region 5 ‑ Miscellaneous
Region 6 ‑ General
Region 7 ‑ Purchase Orders
Region 8 ‑ Purchase Orders
Region 9 ‑ Contracts
Region 9 ‑ General and Purchase Orders
Region 10 ‑ General
 
Box 99    [Box Empty Due to Reorganization of Collection]
 
Box 100    Walter Mote Subject File
Appointments ‑ Requests for Appointments with the Vice President
Birthday List ‑ U.S. Senate
Condolences
Coal
Congratulations to the Public
Correspondence with Congressmen and Senators
‑ State Delegations
‑ Alabama
‑ Alaska
‑ Arizona
‑ Arkansas
‑ California
‑ Colorado
‑ Connecticut
‑ Delaware
‑ District of Columbia
‑ Florida
‑ Georgia
‑ Idaho
‑ Illinois
‑ Indiana
‑ Iowa
‑ Kansas
‑ Kentucky
‑ Louisiana
‑ Maryland
‑ Massachusetts
‑ Michigan
‑ Minnesota
‑ Mississippi
‑ Missouri
‑ Montana
‑ Nebraska
‑ Nevada
‑ New Hampshire
‑ New Jersey
‑ New Mexico
‑ New York
‑ North Carolina

Box 101    Walter Mote Subject File
Correspondence with Congressmen and Senators
‑ North Dakota
‑ Ohio
‑ Oklahoma
‑ Oregon
‑ Pennsylvania
‑ South Carolina
‑ South Dakota
‑ Tennessee
‑ Texas
‑ Utah
‑ Vermont
‑ Virginia
‑ Washington
‑ West Virginia
‑ Wisconsin
‑ Wyoming
Education
Energy
Flags
Food Stamps
Fundraising
Great Lakes
Health
Health Insurance
Housing
Illegible
Inter‑Office Memos
Invitations
Invitations ‑ Daily Log of Endorsements (By State)
Invitations ‑ Endorsements
Miscellaneous
Multiple Issues
Pension
Personnel ‑ Leave
Procedures ‑ Scheduling
Referrals
Referrals ‑ American Revolution Bicentennial Administration
Referrals ‑ Cost of Living Council
Referrals ‑ Department of Agriculture
Referrals ‑ Department of Defense
Referrals ‑ Department of Health, Education and Welfare
Referrals ‑ Department of Housing and Urban Development
Referrals ‑ Department of Interior
Referrals ‑ Department of Justice
 
Box 102    Walter Mote Subject File
Referrals ‑ Department of Labor
Referrals ‑ Department of State
Referrals ‑ Department of Transportation
Referrals ‑ Department of Treasury
Referrals ‑ Environmental Protection Agency
Referrals ‑ Federal Communications Commission
Referrals ‑ Federal Energy Administration
Referrals ‑ National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Referrals ‑ Pending
Referrals ‑ Small Business Administration
Referrals ‑ United States Postal Services
Referrals ‑ Veterans Administration
Reports ‑ House Proceedings, May‑Aug. 1974 (1)‑(3)
Reports ‑ Morning and Evening on the Senate, Jan.‑April 1974
 
Box 103    Walter Mote Subject File
Reports ‑ Morning and Evening on the Senate, May‑Aug. 1974 (1)‑(2)
Republican Senate Committee
Schedule, Daily, of the Vice President (1)‑(3)
Scheduling Meetings, Daily
Social Security
Thank You Letters to Constituents
Veterans Affairs
Visa
Visa ‑ James Munro
White, Charles E.
 
Box 104    Walter Mote Case File
(Note: Folders with the titles struck through are not yet open to research, but can be added to the Library’s review queue.)
A‑B
Bourke, Mrs. Edward R. (1)‑(6)

 
Box 105    Walter Mote Case File
(Note: Folders with the titles struck through are not yet open to research, but can be added to the Library’s review queue.)
C‑K

Box 106    Walter Mote Case File
(Note: Folders with the titles struck through are not yet open to research, but can be added to the Library’s review queue.)
L‑N
Nair, James R.
O‑Q

 
Box 107    Walter Mote Case File
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R‑Z

Box 108    William Seidman Subject File
Action Group Memos
Administration and Services Division
Advance Files
Budget/Management Report on the Office of the Vice
President
Budget/Organization ‑ Office of the Vice President
Correspondence ‑ Daily Mail and Correspondence Report
Correspondence ‑ Form Letter Manual
Correspondence ‑ Form Letters
Correspondence ‑ Procedures
 
Box 109    William Seidman Subject File
Economy, Jan.‑July 1974 (1)‑(7)
 
Box 110    William Seidman Subject File
Economy, August 1974
Economy ‑ Airlines
Economy ‑ Utilities
Economy ‑ Employee Stock Option Plans
File Directory
File Manual (1)‑(3)
 
Box 111    William Seidman Subject File
Gift Card File
Gift Lists (1)‑(4)
Gifts Miscellaneous
Gifts Received ‑ Artwork
Gifts Received ‑ Awards
Gifts Received ‑ Books (1)‑(5)
Gifts Received ‑ Clothing
Gifts Received ‑ Currency
Gifts Received ‑ Documents
Gifts Received ‑ Drugs
Gifts Received ‑ Elephants
Gifts Received ‑ Films and Tapes
Gifts Received ‑ Food
Gifts Received ‑ Hobbies
Gifts Received ‑ Household
 
Box 112    William Seidman Subject File
Gifts Received ‑ Jewelry
Gifts Received ‑ Memberships
Gifts Received ‑ Miscellaneous
Gifts Received ‑ Music
Gifts Received ‑ Office Supplies
Gifts Received ‑ Personal
Gifts Received ‑ Photographs
Gifts Received ‑ Poems
Gifts Received ‑ Religious
Gifts Received ‑ Smoking
Gifts Received ‑ Stamps
Gifts Received ‑ Weapons
Gifts to (Gifts Given by Ford)
Grand Rapids Office
Kilmer, Ruth ‑ Chronological File (1)‑(4)
Memos ‑ Chief of Staff and Vice President
Memos ‑ Deputy Assistant for Administration
Memos ‑ Deputy Assistant for Media Affairs
Memos ‑ Deputy Assistant for Research
Memos ‑ Deputy Assistant for Scheduling and Appointments
Memos ‑ Staff (1)‑(2)
 
Box 113    William Seidman Subject File
Miscellaneous (1)‑(2)
National Association of Manufacturers ‑ Trade Bill Materials
Personnel ‑ Applications (1)‑(3)
Personnel ‑ Background Advisers (1)
 
Box 114    William Seidman Subject File
Personnel ‑ Background Advisers (2)‑(4)
Personnel ‑ General
Personnel ‑ Interns (1)‑(2)
Personnel ‑ Speechwriters
Personnel ‑ Staff Lists
Procedures ‑ Miscellaneous
Procedures ‑ Scheduling
Recommendations ‑ Employment
 
Box 115    William Seidman Subject File
Sample Stationary
Scheduling ‑ Advance Schedules (Long‑Range)
Scheduling ‑ Daily Schedules
Scheduling ‑ Minutes of Daily Meetings (1)‑(3)
Scheduling ‑ Minutes of Long‑Range Meetings
Scheduling ‑ Miscellaneous
Scheduling ‑ Speechwriting Schedules
Scheduling ‑ World Tour
Seidman ‑ Speaking Engagements
 
Box 116    William Seidman Subject File
Speeches
- 4/26/74 ‑ American Bankers Association
- 5/6/74 ‑ Economic Club of New York
- 5/9/74 ‑ National Computer Conference
- 5/9/74 ‑ Skokie Valley Industrial Association
- 5/9/74 ‑ National Association of Black Manufacturers
- 5/23/74 ‑ American Iron and Steel Institute (1)‑(2)
- 6/12/74 ‑ Press Conference
- 7/12/74 ‑ National Conference of Lieutenant Governors
- 7/16/74 ‑ National Alliance of Businessmen
- 8/6/74 ‑ National Conference for Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service
- 8/16/74 ‑ American Bar Association
Miscellaneous
Vietnam Article (Proposed)
Watch Lists for Weekends and Holidays
White House Press Releases
 
Box 117    Gwen Anderson Subject File
"A" Division
Appearances
Appointments
Actions
Bicentennial
Congratulations to GOP Events
Congratulations To ‑ Tributes
Directorships ‑ Honorary
Endorsement Invitation
Expo '74
Federal Regional Council
Form Letter Manual
Gifts Sent ‑ Auctions / Prizes
Goodling, William F.
Grants ‑ Health
Greeting Sent
Hispanic Americans (1)‑(2)
Honor America Day
Invitations
 
Box 118    Gwen Anderson Subject File
Invitations ‑ Regrets
Legacy of Parks
Messages ‑ College Republicans
Messages ‑ Non‑Political ‑ Miscellaneous
Messages ‑ Non‑Political ‑ Personal Tributes
Messages ‑ Political ‑ Miscellaneous
Messages ‑ Political ‑ Personal Tributes
Michigan Fifth Congressional District
Middle East
Miscellaneous Correspondence
National Governors Conference
National Black Republican Council
National Republican Heritage Groups
National Republican Senatorial Committee
Regrets: Appointment/Interview
Republican Campaign ‑ Ethnic Groups
Republican Campaign ‑ President
 
Box 119    Gwen Anderson Subject File
Republican Candidates
Republican Cause (1)‑(2)
Republican Congressional Boosters
Republican Congressional Committee
Republican Governors
Republican National Committee
Republican National Committee ‑ Fundraiser
Republican National Committee ‑ Meeting, April 19, 1974
Republican National Committee ‑ Publications
 
Box 120    Gwen Anderson Subject File
Republican National Finance Committee (1)‑(2)
Republican National Finance Committee ‑ Quarterly Reports
Republican Party Schedule of Events
Republican Women
Republican Youth
Requests ‑ Autograph/Photo
Requests ‑ Interviews
Requests ‑ Miscellaneous
Requests ‑ Performers
Requests ‑ Statements
Ripon Society
Scheduling ‑ Appearances
Scheduling ‑ Cancellations
Scheduling ‑ Daily Meeting Minutes
Scheduling ‑ Endorsements (Congressional)
Scheduling ‑ Endorsements (Pending)
Scheduling ‑ Endorsements (Regrets)
 
Box 121    Gwen Anderson Subject File
Scheduling ‑ Long‑Range
Scheduling ‑ Pending Invitations
Scheduling ‑ Regrets (1)‑(4)
Solicitations
Southern Association of Republican State Chairman
Students for Fairness to the Presidency
Vice President ‑ Memoranda
Vice President's Seal
Vice President's Staff
Gwen Anderson Chronological File
Jan.‑March 1974
 
Box 122    Gwen Anderson Chronological File
April ‑ June 1974
Gwen Anderson File of Ford Speeches
Oct. 1973 ‑ Aug. 1974 (Press Release Copies)
 
Box 123    Gwen Anderson State Events File
Alabama
Alabama ‑ Peanut Festival, Dothan, 10/26/74
Alaska ‑ GOP Fundraiser, 9/21/74
Alaska ‑ Congressman Young Fundraiser, 9/21/74
Arizona
Arkansas
California
California ‑ Representative Pettis Fundraiser, 4/15/74
California ‑ Representative Talcott Fundraiser, 4/18/74
California ‑ GOP Central Committee State Convention, San Jose, 4/20/74
California ‑ Congressional Boosters, 6/20‑21/74
California ‑ Newport Boosters, 7/12/74
California ‑ Orange County, GOP, 7/12/74
California ‑ Representative Vesey Fundraiser, 7/13/74
California ‑ San Diego GOP, 7/30/74
California ‑ TV Special, Los Angeles, 8/8/74
California ‑ Congressman Clawson Fundraiser, 8/9/74
California ‑ Congressman Gubser Fundraiser, 8/10/74
California ‑ Congressman Goldwater Fundraiser, 8/12/74
California ‑ Congressman Moorehead Fundraiser, 8/12/74
California ‑ Congressman Ketchum Fundraiser, 8/13/74
California ‑ Congressman Mathias Fundraiser, 8/14/74
California ‑ Humboldt County GOP, 10/2/74
Colorado
Colorado ‑ Sen. Dominick Fundraiser, 4/5/74
Colorado ‑ GOP Fundraiser, 8/22/74
Connecticut
Connecticut ‑ Congressman Sarasin Fundraiser, 5/26/74
Connecticut ‑ GOP Fundraising Dinner, 10/14/74
Delaware
Delaware ‑ Fundraiser
District of Columbia
 
Box 124    Gwen Anderson State Events File
Florida
Florida ‑ Representative Young Fundraiser, 3/30/74
Georgia
Georgia ‑ American Diabetes Association, Atlanta, 6/15/74
Hawaii
Illinois
Illinois ‑ American Cancer Society, Chicago, 2/14/74
Illinois ‑ Midwest Republican Conference, Chicago, 3/30/74
Illinois ‑ Skokie, 5/9/74
Illinois ‑ Congressional Boosters, Chicago, 6/25/74
Illinois ‑ Republican State Senate Dinner, Chicago, 7/26/74
Illinois ‑ Henry J. Hyde Fundraiser, 8/19/74
Illinois ‑ Congressman O'Brien Fundraiser, 8/19/74
Illinois ‑ Congressman Young Fundraiser, 9/27/74
Illinois ‑ Kane County Fundraiser, 9/28/74
Illinois ‑ Congressman Michel and Congressman Madigan Fundraisers, 9/28/74
Indiana
Indiana ‑ Congressman Dennis Fundraiser, 7/25/74
Indiana ‑ Congressman Hills Fundraiser, 7/26/74
Indiana ‑ Statewide Republican Fundraising Dinner, 10/16/74
Iowa
Iowa ‑ GOP Fundraiser, 9/23/74
Kansas
Kansas ‑ Senator Dole Fundraiser, 4/13/74
Kentucky
Louisiana
Louisiana ‑ Fundraiser, 8/3/74
Maine
Maine ‑ State Convention
Maine ‑ Maine Republican Rally, 8/31/74
Maryland
Maryland ‑ Representative Hogan Fundraiser, 3/18/74
Maryland ‑ Representative Holt Fundraiser, 4/26/74
Massachusetts
Massachusetts ‑ Harvard and Boston, 5/11/74
Massachusetts ‑ Statewide Fundraiser, 10/3/74
Michigan
Michigan ‑ Congressman Huber Fundraiser, 4/9/74
Michigan ‑ Congressman Broomfield Fundraiser, 4/10/74
Michigan ‑ Fundraiser, Grand Rapids, 7/18/74
 
Box 125    Gwen Anderson State Events File
Minnesota
Minnesota ‑ Minneapolis, 6/24/74
Minnesota ‑ Congressman Quie Fundraiser, 9/26/74
Mississippi
Mississippi ‑ Congressional Fundraisers, 8/3/74
Missouri
Missouri ‑ Curtis/Taylor Fundraiser, 9/24/74
Nebraska
Nevada
Nevada ‑ GOP Fundraiser, Las Vegas, 7/29/74
Nevada ‑ Now Program, 7/30/74
Nevada ‑ Congressman Towell Fundraiser, 7/30/74
New Hampshire ‑ Fundraiser, 5/31/74
New Jersey
New Jersey ‑ Fundraiser, 3/23/74
New Jersey ‑ GOP Fundraiser, 10/7/74
New Mexico
New Mexico ‑ Lieutenant Governors Conference, Albuquerque, 2/26/74
New York
New York ‑ Senator Javits Fundraiser, 3/2/74
New York ‑ Congressional Fundraiser, 6/15/74
New York ‑ Congressman Hastings Fundraiser, 9/18/74
New York ‑ Congressman Horton and Congressman Conable Fundraiser, 10/4/74
New York ‑ Congressman Grover Fundraiser, 10/7/74
North Carolina
North Carolina ‑ Congressman Martin Fundraiser, 5/1/74
North Carolina ‑ Purrington for Congress Fundraiser, 6/7/74
North Carolina ‑ Congressional Fundraisers, 9/13/74
North Carolina ‑ Congressional Fundraisers, 10/5/74
 
Box 126    Gwen Anderson State Events File
North Dakota
Ohio
Ohio ‑ Cincinnati, 2/20/74
Ohio ‑ Columbus, 6/5/74
Ohio ‑ Congressman Guyer Fundraiser, 9/15/74
Ohio ‑ State GOP Convention, 10/7/74
Oklahoma ‑ Tulsa, 4/27/74
Oregon
Oregon ‑ GOP Fundraiser, 8/15/74
Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania ‑ Pennsylvania Association of Supervisors, 4/23/74
Rhode Island ‑ Fundraiser, 8/21/74
South Carolina
South Carolina ‑ Columbia, 3/16/74
South Carolina ‑ Myrtle Beach, 5/3/74
South Carolina ‑ Len Phillips Fundraiser, 10/10/74
Tennessee
Texas
Texas ‑ Congressman Price Fundraiser, 4/27/74
Texas ‑ Fundraiser, 5/11/74
Texas ‑ Dallas Trade Mart Center, 7/6/74
Texas ‑ GOP Fundraiser, 9/16/74
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Virginia ‑ Congressman Butler Fundraiser, 7/19/74
Virginia ‑ Congressman Broyhill and Congressman Parris Fundraisers, 9/19/74
Virginia ‑ Congressman Robinson Fundraiser, 10/19/74
Washington
Washington ‑ Lud Kramer Fundraiser, 5/20/74
West Virginia
West Virginia ‑ Joseph Laurita Fundraiser, 9/27/74
Wisconsin
Wisconsin ‑ Congressman Froehlich Fundraiser, 9/24/74 and Congressman Thomson Fundraiser, 9/27/74
Wyoming
Wyoming ‑ Statewide Fundraiser, 8/23/74
 
Box 127    Paul Miltich File of Ford Speeches
Oct. 12, 1973 ‑ Nomination Remarks
Oct. 15, 1973 ‑ Speech, National Association of Retail Druggists, Portland, OR (Press Release Only)
Oct. 18, 1973 ‑ Speech, 27th Annual Al Smith Dinner, New York, NY
Oct. 19, 1973 ‑ Speech, Southeastern Manufactured Housing Institute, Knoxville, TN
Oct. 20, 1973 ‑ Statement By the Vice President‑Designate
Oct. 23, 1973 ‑ Speech, Pennsylvania General Assembly, Harrisburg, PA
Oct. 23, 1973 ‑ Speech, Republican Dinner, Harrisburg, PA
Oct. 26, 1973 ‑ Speech, Testimonial to Glenn Davis, Waukesha, WI
Oct. 27, 1973 ‑ Speech, Lake Tahoe
Nov. 1, 1973 ‑ Statement to the Senate
Nov. 5, 1973 ‑ Speech, Distinguished Republican Award Dinner ‑ Award for Hugh Scott, Philadelphia, PA
Nov. 12, 1973 ‑ Speech, Calvin Bullock Forum, New York, NY
Nov. 13, 1973 ‑ Speech, National Association of Realtors Convention, Washington, DC
Nov. 15, 1973 ‑ Statement to the Committee on the Judiciary
Nov. 19, 1973 ‑ Article, "What the Vice‑Presidency Means to Me"
Nov. 19, 1973 ‑ Speech, Winter Republican Governors' Conference, Memphis, TN
Nov. 23, 1973 ‑ Phone‑in Remarks, Crispus Attucks Legion Post
Nov. 26, 1973 ‑ Speech, United Jewish Appeal Dinner, Long Island, NY
Nov. 27, 1973 ‑ Speech, Seafarer's International Union Convention, Washington, DC
Nov. 28, 1973 ‑ Speech, American Life Insurance Association, Washington, DC
Dec. 2, 1973 ‑ Speech, B'nai Torah Institute Dinner, Queens, NY
Dec. 3‑4, 1973 ‑ Press Conference, Commission on Critical Choices
Dec. 4, 1973 ‑ Speech, Football Foundation/Hall of Fame
Dec. 6, 1973 ‑ Remarks, Swearing‑In as Vice President
Dec. 10, 1973 ‑ Interview, Today Show
Dec. 10, 1973 ‑ Press Release, Robert Hartmann Appointed as Chief of Staff
 
Box 128   Paul Miltich File of Ford Speeches
Dec. 13, 1973 ‑ Speech, Heisman Trophy Dinner, New York, NY
Dec. 14, 1973 ‑ Speech, Wright Memorial Dinner, Aero Club of Washington, Washington, DC
Dec. 29, 1973 ‑ Speech, International Sunshine Cup Match, Miami, FL
Jan. 1974 ‑ Biographical Material ‑ Gerald R. Ford
Jan. 7, 1973 ‑ Interview, Meet the Press
Jan. 7, 1974 ‑ Press Release, Visit to Grand Rapids
Jan. 8, 1974 ‑ Speech, Manufacturing Chemists Association, Washington, DC
Jan. 10, 1974 ‑ Speech, U.S. Travel Service, Department of Commerce, Washington, DC
Jan. 12, 1974 ‑ Speech, Baptist Medical Center, Little Rock, AR
Jan. 15, 1974 ‑ Speech, Farm Bureau, Atlantic City, NJ
Jan. 16, 1974 ‑ Speech, 91st Anniversary of the Federal Civil Service, Washington, DC
Jan. 16, 1974 ‑ Speech, 45th Annual Meeting, National Council of Farmer Cooperation, Washington, DC
Jan. 17, 1974 ‑ Speech, Jerry Ford Day, Grand Rapids, MI
Jan. 17, 1974 ‑ Speech, South Middle School, Grand Rapids, MI
Jan. 19, 1974 ‑ Speech, Touchdown Club of Washington, Washington, DC
Jan. 22, 1974 ‑ Statement Regarding Energy Crisis
Jan. 25, 1974 ‑ Speech, Johnstown, PA
Jan. 25, 1974 ‑ Speech, Touchdown Club of Columbus, Columbus, OH
Jan. 26, 1974 ‑ Speech, Anti‑Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, West Palm Beach, FL
Jan. 27, 1974 ‑ Speech, Biannual Awards Reception, John A. Fogarty Foundation for the Mentally Retarded, Providence, RI
 
Box 129   Paul Miltich File of Ford Speeches
Jan. 29, 1974 ‑ Speech, National Religious Broadcasters' 31st Annual Congressional Breakfast, Washington, DC
Jan. 29, 1974 ‑ Press Release, John Marsh Appointment
Jan. 29, 1974 ‑ Speech, Washington Press Club Congressional Dinner, Washington, DC
Jan. 30, 1974 ‑ Speech, NAM/National Chamber Business‑Government Workshop on Energy, Washington, DC
Jan. 31, 1974 ‑ Speech, National Conference on Public Interest Concerns, Washington, DC
Feb. 1, 1974 ‑ Speech, U.S. Conference of Mayors, Washington, DC
Feb. 1, 1974 ‑ Press Release, Appointment of L. William Seidman and Gwen Anderson
Feb. 5, 1974 ‑ Speech, Legislative Conference, League of Savings Associations, Washington, DC
Feb. 6. 1974 ‑ Speech, William Randolph Hearst Foundation's U.S. Senate Youth Program, Washington, DC
ca. Feb. 7, 1974 ‑ Messages, Lincoln Day Dinners
Feb. 8, 1974 ‑ Press Release, Letters Exchanged with Ken BeLieu
Feb. 9, 1974 ‑ Speech, Michigan Republican Dinner, Detroit, MI
Feb. 11, 1974 ‑ Speech, Women's Forum on National Security, Washington, DC
Feb. 13, 1974 ‑ Speech, 5th Congressional District Lincoln Day Dinner, London, KY
Feb. 13, 1974 ‑ Speech, Tinley Park High School, Tinley Park, IL
Feb. 14, 1974 ‑ Speech, Frank Leahy Awards Dinner, Chicago, IL
Feb. 15, 1974 ‑ Speech, Everett Dirksen 500 Luncheon, Chicago, IL
Feb. 15, 1974 ‑ Speech, Republican Fundraising Dinner, Omaha, NB
Feb. 18, 1974 ‑ Speech, Chattanooga Area Engineer's Week, Chattanooga, TN
 
Box 130   Paul Miltich File of Ford Speeches
Feb. 19, 1974 ‑ Statement on Lost Seat in 5th Congressional District
Feb. 20, 1974 ‑ Speech, Support of Willis Gradison, Jr., Cincinnati, OH
Feb. 22, 1974 ‑ Speech, Citizens' Committee for Fairness to the Presidency, Washington, DC
Feb. 24, 1974 ‑ Speech, B'nai Zion American/Israeli Friendship Dinner, New York, NY
Feb. 25, 1974 ‑ Speech, American Association of School Administrators, Atlantic City, NJ
Feb. 27, 1974 ‑ Speech, 1974 Legislative Conference, National Association of Cities
Mar. 1, 1974 ‑ Speech, Trunk 'N Tusk Dinner, Phoenix, AZ
Mar. 6, 1974 ‑ Speech, Accepting the American Legion Distinguished Public Service Award, Washington, DC
Mar. 6, 1974 ‑ Speech, National Governors' Conference, Washington, DC
Mar. 7, 1974 ‑ Speech, 61st Anniversary Awards Ceremony, Department of Labor, Washington, DC
Mar. 8, 1974 ‑ Speech, St. Leo College Luncheon, Bal Harbor, FL
Mar. 8, 1974 ‑ Speech, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL
Mar. 11, 1974 ‑ Speech, Middlesex Club, Boston, MA
Mar. 12, 1974 ‑ Godfrey Sperling Breakfast
Mar. 12, 1974 ‑ Meeting with King Hussein
Mar. 15, 1974 ‑ Press Release, Philip Buchen
Mar. 15, 1974 ‑ Speech, The Citadel, Charleston, SC
Mar. 16, 1974 ‑ Speech, Hibernian Society, Charleston, SC
Mar. 18, 1974 ‑ Speech, Larry Hogan Dinner, University Park, MD
 
Box 131   Paul Miltich File of Ford Speeches
Mar. 23, 1974 ‑ Speech, Republican Dinner Dance, Atlantic City, NJ
Mar. 28, 1974 ‑ Speech, Mobile Homes Manufacturers Association, Washington, DC
Mar. 28, 1974 ‑ Speech, Radio ‑ TV Correspondents Dinner, Washington, DC
Mar. 29, 1974 ‑ Statement, Vietnam Veterans Day, Washington, DC
Mar. 29, 1974 ‑ Speech, Student Symposium on the Presidency, Reston, VA
Mar. 30, 1974 ‑ Speech, Midwest Republican Leadership Conference, Chicago, IL
Mar. 30, 1974 ‑ Speech, GOP VIP Reception and Dinner, Clearwater, FL
Mar. 30, 1974 ‑ Speech, Gratiot County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner, Alma, MI
Apr. 5, 1974 ‑ Speech, Governor's Prayer Breakfast, Denver, CO
Apr. 5, 1974 ‑ Speech, Rural Medical Program, Denver, CO
Apr. 6, 1974 ‑ Speech, Gridiron Club Dinner, Washington, DC
Apr. 10, 1974 ‑ Speech, Navy Recruiter Drop‑By, Southfield, MI
Apr. 15, 1974 ‑ Statement on Loss of 8th District of Michigan
Apr. 15, 1974 ‑ Speech, Dedication of Senior Center, Palm Springs, CA
Apr. 20, 1974 ‑ Speech, California State Republican Convention
Apr. 22, 1974 ‑ Speech, Associated Press Annual Meeting, New York, NY
Apr. 26, 1974 ‑ Speech, Rally for Congresswoman Marjorie Holt, Marlboro, MD, (contains Ford notes re his mother, Dorothy G. Ford, on the back)
Apr. 26, 1974 ‑ Speech, American Bankers Association, White Sulphur Springs, WV
Apr. 27, 1974 ‑ Speech, GOP Dinner, Tulsa, OK
Apr. 29, 1974 ‑ Statement re: Mitchell/Stans Verdict
Apr. 30, 1974 ‑ Press Conference re: President and Tapes
 
Box 132   Paul Miltich File of Ford Speeches
May 1, 1974 ‑ Notes for Speech, Fundraiser for Congressman Jim Martin, Charlotte, NC
May 1, 1974 ‑ News Conference, Charlotte, NC
May 2, 1974 ‑ Interview, Today Show
May 2, 1974 ‑ Speech, President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, Washington, DC
May 3, 1974 ‑ Speech, Dedication of the University of South Carolina Law Building, Columbia, SC
May 4, 1974 ‑ Commencement Address, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
May 4, 1974 ‑ Speech, White House Correspondents Association, Washington, DC
May 6, 1974 ‑ Speech, Economic Club of New York, New York, NY
May 7, 1974 ‑ Speech, Masonic Grand Lodge of the State of New York
May 7, 1974 ‑ Statement, Senate Rejection of Aid to Vietnam
May 9, 1974 ‑ Speech, National Association of Black Manufacturers
May 9, 1974 ‑ Speech, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL
May 9, 1974 ‑ Speech, Skokie Valley Industrial Association, Chicago, IL
May 9, 1974 ‑ John Anderson Statement to Republican House Members
May 9, 1974 ‑ Speech, National Computer Conference, Chicago, IL
May 10, 1974 ‑ Speech, Fundraiser for Jack Kemp, Buffalo, NY
May 11, 1974 ‑ Commencement Address, Texas A & M University, College Station, TX
May 13, 1974 ‑ Speech, Chamber of Commerce, Pensacola, FL
May 13, 1974 ‑ Speech, Louisiana State Legislature, Baton Rouge, LA
 
Box 133   Paul Miltich File of Ford Speeches
May 17, 1974 ‑ Speech, Honolulu ‑ Pacific Federal Executive Awards, Luncheon, Honolulu, HI
May 17, 1974 ‑ Speech, Boy Scouts National Council, Honolulu, HI
May 17, 1974 ‑ Speech, GOP Dinner, Republican State Convention, Honolulu, HI
May 21, 1974 ‑ Speech, Former Members of Congress
May 22, 1974 ‑ Speech, Father of the Year Awards, New York, NY
May 23, 1974 ‑ Speech, American Iron and Steel Institute, New York, NY
May 23, 1974 ‑ Speech, President's Council on Physical Fitness, Washington, DC
May 24, 1974 ‑ Speech, Joint Session of the Michigan State Legislature, Lansing, MI
May 25, 1974 ‑ Speech, Association of American Editorial Cartoonists, Boston, MA
May 26, 1974 ‑ Speech, Dedication of the Annenberg Building, Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York, NY
May 27, 1974 ‑ Speech, Memorial Day Address, Arlington National Cemetery
May 29, 1974 ‑ Speech, Salvation Army Dinner, Birmingham, AL
May 29, 1974 ‑ Press Conference, Charlotte, NC
May 31, 1974 ‑ Betty Ford Speech, Westminster Choir College Commencement, Princeton, NJ
June 3, 1974 ‑ Senatorial Campaign Committee Script
June 4, 1974 ‑ Speech, American Apparel Manufacturers' Association, New York, NY
June 4, 1974 ‑ Speech, Collier Trophy Award, Washington, DC
June 5, 1974 ‑ Speech, Air Force Academy Commencement, Colorado Springs, CO
 
Box 134   Paul Miltich File of Ford Speeches
June 6, 1974 ‑ Speech, Raystown Dam Dedication, Huntington, PA
June 7, 1974 ‑ Speech, Ravenscroft School Commencement, Raleigh, NC
June 7, 1974 ‑ Speech, Georgia State Bar Association, Savannah, GA
June 8, 1974 ‑ Betty Ford Speech, Women's Center for Life Long Learning, Utah State University, Logan, UT
June 8, 1974 ‑ Speech, Utah State University Commencement, Logan, UT
June 9, 1974 ‑ Speech, National Conference of Christians and Jews, Cleveland, OH
June 10, 1974 ‑ Remarks Upon the President's Departure for the Middle East, Washington, DC
June 10, 1974 ‑ United Nations of USA Dinner, New York, NY
June 11, 1974 ‑ Speech, Yale Alumni Award, Washington, DC
June 11, 1974 ‑ Statement re: Henry Kissinger, Washington, DC
June 13, 1974 ‑ Speech, Travel Program for Foreign Diplomats, Department of State, Washington, DC
June 13, 1974 ‑ Speech, T.C. Williams High School Commencement, Alexandria, VA
June 14, 1974 ‑ Speech, Brotherhood Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, Dallas, TX
June 14, 1974 ‑ Chicago Area Boy Scout Council Lunch‑O‑Ree, Chicago, IL
June 14, 1974 ‑ Press Conference, Chicago, IL
June 17, 1974 ‑ Speech, Paint Branch High School Commencement, Burtonsville, MD
June 17, 1974 ‑ Speech, Grocery Manufacturers' Association, White Sulphur Springs, WV
June 19, 1974 ‑ Philip Buchen Statement to the Senate Government Operations Subcommittee and the Committee on the Judiciary
June 19, 1974 ‑ Statement Upon Return of President Nixon from the Middle East, Washington, DC
June 20, 1974 ‑ Speech, National Jaycees Convention, San Diego, CA
June 25, 1974 ‑ Speech, American Medical Association, Chicago, IL
June 25, 1974 ‑ Press Conference, Minneapolis, MN
 
Box 135   Paul Miltich File of Ford Speeches
June 26, 1974 ‑ Speech, National Broadcast Editorial Association, Washington, DC
June 27, 1974 ‑ Speech, Navy League of the U.S., Washington, DC
June 27, 1974 ‑ Speech, Congressional Candidates School, Twin Bridges, VA
June 28, 1974 ‑ Speech, LINKS, Inc., Washington, DC
June 28, 1974 ‑ Sigma Delta Chi, National Press Club, Washington, DC
June 29, 1974 ‑ Speech, Admiral Zumwalt's Retirement, Annapolis, MD
July 1, 1974 ‑ Speech, American Foreign Service Association, Department of State, Washington, DC
July 2, 1974 ‑ Press Release, Wedding of Mike Ford and Gayle Brumbaugh
July 2, 1974 ‑ Speech, Retirement of Admiral Moorer, Andrews AFB
July 3, 1974 ‑ Remarks Upon Return of the President from the USSR, Loring AFB, Maine
July 6, 1974 ‑ Speech, Dedication of the World Trade Center Building, Dallas, TX
July 8, 1974 ‑ Republican National Hispanic Assembly, Washington, DC
July 10, 1974 ‑ Fact Sheet, Meeting of the Domestic Council Committee on the Right of Privacy
July 12, 1974 ‑ Speech, Conference of Lieutenant Governors, Santa Fe, NM
July 13, 1974 ‑ Press Conference, San Clemente, CA
July 16, 1974 ‑ Speech, National Alliance of Businessmen, Washington, DC
July 17, 1974 ‑ Speech, Congressional Medal of Honor Presentation, Blair House
July 18, 1974 ‑ Press Conference, Grand Rapids, MI
July 19, 1974 ‑ News Conference, Roanoke, VA
July 20, 1974 ‑ Speech, Virginia Bar Association, Hot Springs, VA
July 26, 1974 ‑ Speech, Domestic Council Seminar, Chicago, IL
July 27, 1974 ‑ Press Conference, Canton, OH
July 27, 1974 ‑ Press Conference, Ford Home
July 29, 1974 ‑ Speech, National Urban League, San Francisco, CA
Aug. 5, 1974 ‑ Speech, Disabled American Veterans, New Orleans, LA
Aug. 5, 1974 ‑ Statement Re Tapes/Impeachment
Aug. 6, 1974 ‑ Speech, National Conference for Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, Washington, DC
Aug. 8, 1974 ‑ Speech, Posthumous Medal of Honor Ceremony, Blair House
Aug. 9, 1974 ‑ Telephoned Remarks, Watts Area Housing Project Dedication
Aug. 9, 1974 ‑ Remarks Upon Being Sworn‑In as 38th President, Washington, DC
Aug. 15, 1974 ‑ Speech, Expo 74, Spokane, WA (canceled)
Undated ‑ Interview with Janet Staihar, Associated Press
Undated ‑ Press Release
Aug. 1974 ‑ Miscellaneous Speech Information
 
Box 136    Paul Miltich Subject File
Abortion
Acupuncture (Clippings)
Administration Initiatives
Agency for International Development
Aging
Agnew, Spiro T.
Air Traffic
American Medical Association
Americans for Constitutional Action
Amnesty
Anderson, Bill
Appointments
Appearances (1)‑(2)
Appropriations
Articles on Vice President/Staff (1)‑(2)
Articles Written for Publication
 
Box 137    Paul Miltich Subject File
Arts/Humanities
Asparagus
Associated Press
Atlantic Union
Awards
Bicentennial
Blacks
Boy Scouts
Bread
Broadcasting, Public
Broadcasts ‑ Radio/Television
Budget (1)‑(3)
Bull Elephants
Burch, Dean
 
Box 138    Paul Miltich Subject File
Bureaucracy
Busing
Calley, William
Cambodia
Campaign 1974
Campaign Financing
Campaign Reform
Cancer
Capital Punishment
Capitol Hill GOP Clubs
Captive Nations
Carswell, G. Harold
Census
Child Care Centers
Children's Theater
China
Chowder and Marching
Civil Rights
Civil Service
Clapp, Commissioner Charles L. ‑ Swearing‑In
Clipping Service
Coast Guard
 
Box 139    Paul Miltich Subject File
College Aid
Committees
Common Cause
Community Action Program
Community Aids
Community Development
Condolences
Confirmation (Vice President)
Congratulations to the Public ‑ Anniversary
Congratulations to the Public ‑ Birthday
Congratulations to the Public ‑ General
Congratulations to the Public ‑ Republican Campaign
Congratulations to the Public ‑ Retirement
Congratulations to the Public ‑ Tribute
Congress
Congress Election File
Congressional Materials Re Congressmen and Senators
Congressional Pay
Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report
Congressional Questionnaires
Congressional Record ‑ Message for Inclusion Re Richard Cheverton
Congressional Reform
Congressional Reports
Conservation
Construction
Consumerism
Convalescence
Courtesies
Courts
Crime
 
Box 140    Paul Miltich Subject File
Cuba
Day Care
Declassification
Defense (1)‑(3)
Detroit News
Dickey ‑ Lincoln
Digest of Recent Comment (1)‑(2)
Directions '74 Special Report (Interview with Vice President Ford)
Directories
Disasters Aid
Dollar Crisis
 
Box 141    Paul Miltich Subject File
Douglas, William O., 1969‑73 (1)‑(2)
Douglas, William O. ‑ Reports of the Special Subcommittee on H. Res. 920 (Publications)
Draft, Military
Drafts of Letters and Form Letters (1)‑(2)
 
Box 142    Paul Miltich Subject File
Drafts of Letters and Form Letters (3)‑(6)
Drugs (1)‑(2)
Duties ‑ Vice President
Economic
Economy (1)
 
Box 143    Paul Miltich Subject File
Economy (2)‑(3)
Editorials
Education
Education Television
Election 1974
Election Reform
Elections ‑ Campaign Spending
Elections ‑ Republican
Emergency Medical Services
Emergency Telephone
Endorsements
Energy (1)‑(3)
 
Box 144    Paul Miltich Subject File

Energy (4)‑(8)
Environment (1)‑(3)
 
Box 145    Paul Miltich Subject File
Erosion
Esch, Marvin
Executive Privilege
Face the Nation Broadcast, Feb. 3, 1974
Facts ‑ Election '72
Farm (1)‑(3)
Federal Aid
Federal Communications Commission
Federal Employment
Fertilizer
Fifth District File
Fire Engine Association (Alexandria, VA)
Food Prices
Food Stamp Program
Ford ‑ Correspondence, Oct.‑Nov. 1973 (1)‑(3)
 
Box 146    Paul Miltich Subject File
Ford ‑ Correspondence, Dec. 1973
Ford ‑ Inaugural Medal
Ford ‑ Miscellaneous News Articles (1)‑(3)
Ford ‑ Position ‑ Polls
Ford - Press Conferences, 1973
Ford ‑ Sports
Ford ‑ Voting Record (1)‑(2)
Foreign Affairs
Foreign Aid
Foreign Debts
Foreign Policy
Foreign Relations
Forests
Franking
Freedom of Information
 
Box 147    Paul Miltich Subject File
Freeze (Economic Stabilization Program)
Fuel
Gallup Poll, June 1974
Gasoline
General Services Administration ‑ Annual Report, 1973
Gifts, etc.
Gold
GOP Nationalities News
Governors
Grand Rapids Office
Great Lakes (1)‑(2)
Griffin, Robert P.
Gun Control
Handicapped
Hart, Philip
Health
Health Care
 
Box 148    Paul Miltich Subject File
Health, Education and Welfare
Health ‑ Psychiatry
Highways
Hijacking
Home Rule
Hoover, J. Edgar
House Rules
Housing
Housing ‑ Kent County Housing Coalition
Humane Society
Humor
Humphrey, Hubert
Hutchenecker, Dr. Arnold
Immigration
Impeachment
Impoundment
Inaugration, 1973
 
Box 149    Paul Miltich Subject File
Indians
Inflation (1)‑(4)
Insurance
International Telephone and Telegraph
Inter‑Office Memos (1)‑(2)
 
Box 150    Paul Miltich Subject File
Interviews
Invitations
Issues
Jane Fonda Bill
Jaycees
Jefferson, Thomas
Jews
Jobs
Kennedy, Ted ‑ Personal File
Labor ‑ General
Labor ‑ Strike Legislation
Labor ‑ Unemployment
Land Use
Latvia
Legal Services
Legislation
Legislative Digest
Loans From Office Files
Lumber
Mailing List Requests (1)‑(3)

Box 151    Paul Miltich Subject File
Mailing Lists
Manpower
Marriage/Divorce
Mass Transit
Mayors
McGovern, George
McKee, Jean
Meat Inspection
Medal of Honor Ceremony, July 17, 1974
Media
Media Information
Medicare
Meet the Press
Memberships ‑ Honorary
Mental Retardation
Merchant Marine
Metric System
MIA's
Michigan ‑ Miscellaneous (1)‑(2)
 
Box 152    Paul Miltich Subject File
Michigan ‑ Politics
Middle East
Migrant
Miltich ‑ Appearances with the Vice President
Miltich ‑ Personal
Minerals
Minimum Wage
Minority Business
Minority Staffing
Miscellaneous (1)‑(2)
Miscellaneous ‑ Congressional Record
Miscellaneous ‑ Individuals, A‑Z (1)‑(2)
 
Box 153    Paul Miltich Subject File
Mississippi ‑ Attempt to Deny Seniority to the Congressional Delegation
Mobile Homes
Model Cities
Multi‑Issues
Muskie, Edmund
National Association of Counties (NACO) ‑ National Legislative Priorities
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization)
New Federalism
Newscasts
News Conferences ‑ White House
News Digests ‑ AEI
News Summary, Dec. 1973‑March 1974 (1)‑(2)
 
Box 154    Paul Miltich Subject File
Newscasts
Newsman's Shield Law
Newswire Releases
Nixon
Nomination of Gerald R. Ford (Publications)
Notes
Notes ‑ Michigan State University
O'Brian, Hugh ‑ Seminar
Office Equipment
Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO)
Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
Oil (1)‑(2)
Olympics
Open Meetings
Otterbacher, John
Panama Canal
Parks
Parochial Schools (Publications)
Patents
Patriotism
Pay Board
Peace Corps
Pennsylvania
 
Box 155    Paul Miltich Subject File
Pensions (1)‑(2)
Personnel: Applications
Pesticides
Phases III and IV
Pipeline (1)‑(4)
 
Box 156    Paul Miltich Subject File
Pipeline (5)‑(6)
Polish Americans
Polls
Pollution ‑ Air/Water (1)‑(2)
Population
Pornography
"Portrait of the Next First Family"
Post Office
Potato Chips
Poverty
POW's
Prayers
Presidential
Presidential Appointments (Press Releases)
 
Box 157    Paul Miltich Subject File
Press
Press Comment
Press Intelligence, Inc.
Press Office
Press Conferences
Press Releases
Press ‑ Rough Drafts of Correspondence
Price Controls
Prison Reform
Privacy
Public Works
Questionnaires
Radio Free Europe (Printed Congressional Report)
Railroads
Rather, Dan
Redistricting
Regrets ‑ Attendance
 
Box 158    Paul Miltich Subject File
Regrets ‑ Congratulations
Regrets ‑ Interviews
Regrets ‑ Invitations
Religion
Remarks and Statements by Others
Reorganization
Requests ‑ Articles
Requests ‑ Appearances
Requests ‑ Autographs
Requests ‑ Correspondence
Requests ‑ Endorsements
Requests ‑ Interviews
Requests ‑ Mailing Lists
Requests ‑ Messages (1)‑(2)
Miscellaneous (1)
 
Box 159    Paul Miltich Subject File
Miscellaneous (2)‑(3)
Requests ‑ Personal Information
Requests ‑ Photographs
Requests ‑ Statements (1)‑(2)
Requests ‑ Students
Republican National Committee
Republicans
Revenue Sharing (1)
 
Box 160    Paul Miltich Subject File
Revenue Sharing (2)
Riegle, Donald
Right to Know
Roberts, J.W. ‑ Personal
Rockefeller, Nelson
Rural Development
Rural Electrification Act (REA)
Russian Wheat Sales
Safety
Salary ‑ Vice President
Sample Stationery
Schedules ‑ Vice President (1)‑(3)
 
Box 161    Paul Miltich Subject File
Schools
Science
Scouting
Scuttlebutt (Veterans Newsletter)
Selective Service (Published Report)
Senior Citizens
Seniority
Sewer Grants (Clippings)
Sickle Cell Anemia
Single Mothers
Skylab
Social Security
Space
Special
Specialities on Vice President (Newsletters and Publications)
Speech Materials
Speeches/Remarks ‑ Correspondence (1)‑(2)
 
Box 162    Paul Miltich Subject File
Speeches/Remarks ‑ Correspondence (3)
Speeches/Remarks/Statements by the Vice President
Speechwriters ‑ Applicants
:Appel, Frederic C.
:Archibald, George H.
:Duffield, Thomas
:Leggitt, Richard
:Miscellaneous
:Smith, J.P. (1)‑(2)
Spending
Staff ‑ Vice President
Standards of Conduct
State Department Authorization
 
Box 163    Paul Miltich Subject File
State of the Union Address ‑ Nixon, 1974 (Printed and Press Release Copies)
States ‑ Directory of Officials (Publication)
Stewards
Student Aid
Summit
Supersonic Transport (Clippings)
Taxes
Television
Thanks To (From the Vice President), (1)‑(2)
Thank You (to the Vice President and Paul Miltich)
 
Box 164    Paul Miltich Subject File
Trade (1)‑(3)
Transportation
Travel Fares
Trips
Trips ‑ Press Manifests
Unemployment Statistics
Urban Problems
Vail, Colorado
 
Box 165    Paul Miltich Subject File
Veterans
Veterans Administration
Vice Presidential Duties
Vice Presidential Form Letters ‑ Spiro T. Agnew (1)‑(2)
Vice Presidential Travel Expenses
Vietnam (1)‑(3)
Vietnam Veterans Day
Violence
Vital Speeches
Vitamins
 
Box 166    Paul Miltich Subject File
Vocational Education
Vocational Rehabilitation
Voluntarism
Volunteers
Voter Registration
Wage and Prize Controls
Wallace, George C.
War Powers
Warren Commission
Water Quality Control Act (Publication)
Watergate (1)‑(2)
Weekend News Review
Welfare
Welfare ‑ Runaway Pappy Bill
Welsh, George
 
Box 167    Paul Miltich Subject File
West Front
Wheat
White House News Summaries, Oct. 14 ‑ Nov. 20, 1973 (1)‑(6)
 
Box 168    Paul Miltich Subject File
White House News Summaries, Nov. 21 ‑ Dec. 8, 1973 (1)‑(3)
White House Releases, May 22, 1973 ‑ June 26, 1974 (1)‑(3)
 
Box 169    Paul Miltich Subject File
White House Releases, June 27 ‑ Aug. 9, 1974
Wilderness
Winter‑Berger, Robert
Wiretaps
Women
Youth
 
Box 170    Paul Miltich Speech Materials File
Business (1)‑(2)
Commencement (1)‑(4)
Democratic Quotes
Foreign Affairs
Holidays
Humor (1)
 
Box 171    Paul Miltich Speech Materials File
Humor (2)
Lincoln, Abraham (1)‑(2)
Miscellaneous
Non‑Partisan (1)‑(3)
Patriotic (1)
 
Box 172    Paul Miltich Speech Materials File
Patriotic (2)
PTA
Quotes
Religious
Republican (1)‑(3)
Senior Citizens
Sports (1)‑(2)
Women
Youth
 
Box 173    Paul Miltich Publications File
Publications, 1971‑74 (1)‑(6)
List of Publications Transferred to the Book Collection
 
Box 174    Warren Rustand Subject Series
Advance Checklist Form
Advance Operation
Advance Operation City File
Advanceman Forms
Advanceman's Kit
Advancemen
Archives Files ‑ Bentley Historical Library
Calendars
Cancellation ‑ April 28, 1974: Portland, OR
Cancellation ‑ May 2, 1974: Bethlehem, PA
Cancellation ‑ July 13, 1974: San Diego Boosters
Cancellation ‑ July 13, 1974: Claremont, CA
Cancellation ‑ July 26, 1974: Anderson, IN
Cancellation ‑ Aug. 22‑24, 1974: Grand Rapids, MI
Cancellation ‑ Sept. 9, 1974: Medical Group Management Convention
Chowder and Marching Club/SOS Society Functions
Daily Capitol Appointments
Daily Scheduling Meeting Memos
Dorman, Henry
Driggs, John
Event ‑ Thank You (1)‑(2)
 
Box 175    Warren Rustand Subject Series
Executive Protective Service ‑ Clearance Forms
EXPO '74
Form Letters ‑ Scheduling
Invitations/Visits (1)‑(2)
Invitations/Visits ‑ Anti‑Abortion Groups
Invitations/Visits ‑ Floyd McKissick, Soul City
Jerry Ford Day
 
Box 176    Warren Rustand Subject Series
Long‑Range Scheduling ‑ Meetings (1)‑(2)
Long‑Range Scheduling ‑ Miscellaneous Memos
Mail ‑ Analysis and Logs
Manifest Forms
Memoranda ‑ Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous Correspondence
New York City Speech, Jan. 15, 1974
Notes ‑ Robert Hartmann
Notes ‑ Bill Seidman
Notes ‑ Vice President
Pending
 
Box 177    Warren Rustand Subject Series
Political Scheduling Correspondence By State
Referrals ‑ Inter‑Office
Republican Organizations
Requests ‑ Interviews/Statements
Rustand, Warren S. ‑ Appointments
Rustand, Warren S. ‑ Chronological File
Rustand, Warren S. ‑ Memos from Other Staff
Rustand, Warren S. ‑ Memos to Other Staff
Scheduling Operation and Personnel
Southwest Trip
Speakers
Speaking Engagement Forms
Speech Schedules
Supply Requisition Forms
Telephone Request Forms
Travel Program for Foreign Diplomats
Trip Information Forms
 
Box 178    Warren Rustand Subject Series
Trip Schedules (1)‑(5)
Vice President's Schedule, Dec. 1973 ‑ April 1974 (1)‑(4)
 
Box 179    Warren Rustand Subject Series
Vice President's Schedule, May ‑ Aug. 1974 (1)‑(7)
Vice President's Staff
Vice President's Stationery
White House Fellows
White House Prayer Breakfast
 
Box 180    Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Chronological File
Oct. ‑ Dec. 1973
 
Box 181   Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Chronological File
Jan. 1 ‑ Feb. 9, 1974
 
Box 182   Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Chronological File
Feb. 10 ‑ Mar. 15, 1974
 
Box 183   Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Chronological File
Mar. 16 ‑ Apr. 17, 1974
 
Box 184   Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Chronological File
Apr. 18 ‑ May 4, 1974
 
Box 185   Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Chronological File
May 5‑24, 1974
 
Box 186   Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Chronological File
May 25 ‑ June 17, 1974
 
Box 187   Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Chronological File
June 18 ‑ July 24, 1974
 
Box 188   Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Chronological File
July 25 ‑ Sept. 14, 1974
 
Box 189   Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Chronological File
Sept. 15 ‑ Nov. 30, 1974
 
Box 190   Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Chronological File
Dec. 1, 1974 ‑ 1975
Regrets ‑ Indefinite (1)‑(2)
Regrets ‑ No Answer (1)‑(2)
 
Box 191    Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Group/Occasion File
A ‑ J
 
Box 192   Warren Rustand Regrets ‑ Group/Occasion File
K ‑ Z
 
Box 193    Warren Rustand Events File
Oct.‑Dec. 1973 ‑ General
Jan. 1974 ‑ General
Jan. 6, 1974 ‑ Meet the Press
Jan. 9, 1974 ‑ Black Appointees Luncheon
Jan. 10, 1974 ‑ Network Dinner/Dick Cavett Show
Jan. 11, 1974 ‑ Black Leadership Luncheon
Jan. 12, 1974 ‑ Baptist Medical Center, Little Rock, AR
Jan. 15, 1974 ‑ American Farm Bureau Federation
Jan. 16‑17, 1974 ‑ National Council of Farmer Cooperatives/Grand Rapids Visit
Jan. 22, 1974 ‑ South African Minister of Information Mulder/Committee of Scientific Society Presidents
Jan. 25, 1974 ‑ Harry M. Fox Campaign, Johnstown, PA/Touchdown Club, Columbus, OH
Jan. 26, 1974 ‑ West Palm Beach, FL
Jan. 27, 1974 ‑ Fogarty Foundation, Providence, RI
 
Box 194   Warren Rustand Events File
Feb. 1974 ‑ General
Feb. 7, 1974 ‑ Advisory Council of Republican Women/Baroody Reception
Feb. 9, 1974 ‑ Gerald R. Ford Day, Michigan
Feb. 11, 1974 ‑ Women's Forum on National Security
Feb. 13, 1974 ‑ London, Kentucky
Feb. 14, 1974 ‑ Tinley Park High School and Chicago, IL
Feb. 15, 1974 ‑ Nebraska Fundraiser, Omaha, NE
Feb. 18, 1974 ‑ Alexandria, VA/Chattanooga, TN
Feb. 19, 1974 ‑ Conference of Grand Masters
Feb. 20, 1974 ‑ Candidate, Gradison Fundraiser, Cincinnati, OH
Feb. 22, 1974 ‑ ROA Award to Congressman Mahon
Feb. 24, 1974 ‑ American‑Israel Friendship Award, New York
Feb. 25, 1974 ‑ New York/New Jersey Trip
Feb. 27, 1974 ‑ Capitol City Republican Club/Eagle Scouts Telephone Hook‑Up
Feb. 28, 1974 ‑ National Association of Counties/Young Republican Leadership Conference/University of Michigan Congressional Club
 
Box 195   Warren Rustand Events File
March 1974 ‑ General (1)‑(2)
March 1‑2, 1974 ‑ Phoenix, AZ
March 4‑5, 1974 ‑ Denver CO/New York City/Betty Ford Tribute
March 6, 1974 ‑ Governor's Conference/Cederberg Birthday/American Legion
March 7, 1974 ‑ United States Information Agency/Michigan State Society
March 8, 1974 ‑ St. Leo College/Tampa University
March 9, 1974 ‑ Republican Women's Club, New York City
March 11, 1974 ‑ Rev. Leon Sullivan Luncheon, Philadelphia
March 11, 1974 ‑ Boston, MA
March 12, 1974 ‑ Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation/Christian Science Monitor Breakfast
March 13‑14, 1974 ‑ King Hussein Dinner/Michigan State Medical Association
March 15‑18, 1974 ‑ South Carolina
March 18, 1974 ‑ Congressman Hogan Fundraiser
 
Box 196   Warren Rustand Events File
March 19, 1974 ‑ Washington Workshops/Doormen's Society Award
March 20‑22, 1974 ‑ Jack Valenti: "Great Gatsby" Showing/Key Club with Steve Ford/Blair House Reception
March 23, 1974 ‑ Sandman and New Jersey Fundraisers
March 25, 1974 ‑ Brookings Institution/AHEPA Banquet
March 27, 1974 ‑ Republican National Finance Committee/GOP Dinner
March 28, 1974 ‑ Mobile Home Manufacturers Association
March 28, 1974 ‑ Presidential Commission on Personnel Interchange/Radio – TV Correspondents Dinner
March 29, 1974 ‑ National Urban Coalition
March 29, 1974 ‑ Center for the Study of the Presidency
March 29, 1974 ‑ Honor Vietnam Veterans Reception/Tango Evening at the Argentine Embassy
March 30, 1974 ‑ Chicago, IL and Clearwater, FL/Cherry Blossom Ball
April 1‑11, 1974 ‑ General
 
Box 197   Warren Rustand Events File
April 2‑3, 1974 ‑ Haig Reception/U.S. Naval Academy Dress Parade/Chowder and Marching Society
April 4, 1974 ‑ Opening of the Baseball Season/Nixon Dinner for Chowder and Marching Society
April 5, 1974 ‑ Colorado
April 6‑7, 1974 ‑ Gridiron Dinner and Reception
April 9‑10, 1974 ‑ Michigan
April 10, 1974 ‑ Senator Young Testimonial/Ambassador Maillard Reception
April 11‑30, 1974 ‑ General
April 11, 1974 ‑ Hispanic‑American Leaders
April 13, 1974 ‑ Kansas
April 13‑20, 1974 ‑ California
 
Box 198   Warren Rustand Events File
April 22‑23, 1974 ‑ New York/Philadelphia
April 26, 1974 ‑ American Bankers Association/Republican National Committee Meeting/Holt Fundraiser/Little Cabinet
April 27, 1974 ‑ Texas/Oklahoma
April 29, 1974 ‑ Marine Headquarters/Van Andel ‑ DeVos Party
May 1974 ‑ General
May 1, 1974 ‑ Opening of the Senate/Fundraiser for Representative Jim Martin
May 2, 1974 ‑ President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped/Reception for the Vic Veysey
May 3, 1974 ‑ South Carolina
May 4, 1974 ‑ Ann Arbor, MI/White House Correspondents Dinner
May 6, 1974 ‑ Economic Club of New York
May 7, 1974 ‑ Bull Elephants Club, Washington, DC/Grand Lodge of New York
May 8, 1974 ‑ Rep. Charles Chamberlain Group/Recording for the Blind Scholastic Achievement Awards
May 9, 1974 ‑ Illinois
 
Box 199   Warren Rustand Events File

May 10, 1974 ‑ Buffalo, NY
May 11, 1974 ‑ Texas
May 13, 1974 ‑ Louisiana/Florida
May 14, 1974 ‑ Smithsonian Board of Regents
May 15, 1974 ‑ Mexican Embassy Dinner
May 16‑18, 1974 ‑ Hawaii
May 20, 1974 ‑ Tacoma Fundraiser
May 21, 1974 ‑ Former Members of Congress Luncheon
May 22, 1974 ‑ New York City/Wilmington, DE
May 23, 1974 ‑ President's Council on Physical Fitness/American Iron and Steel Institute
May 24, 1974 ‑ Lansing, MI
May 25, 1974 ‑ Boston, MA
May 26, 1974 ‑ Mt. Sinai Dedication, New York/Danbury, CT Fundraiser
 
Box 200   Warren Rustand Events File
May 28‑29, 1974 ‑ North Carolina/Alabama
May 31, 1974 ‑ New Hampshire Fundraiser
June 1974 ‑ General
June 3, 1974 ‑ National Golf Day/International Management and Development Institute/Congressional Staff Club
June 4, 1974 ‑ American Apparel Manufacturers Association, New York City/Collier Trophy
June 5, 1974 ‑ USAF Academy/Columbus, OH
June 6, 1974 ‑ Raystown, PA
June 7, 1974 ‑ Georgia/North Carolina
June 7‑9, 1974 ‑ Utah/Cleveland, OH
June 10, 1974 ‑ United Nations Dinner

Box 201   Warren Rustand Events File
June 11, 1974 ‑ Yale Law School Luncheon
June 13, 1974 ‑ Foreign Diplomats Dinner/T.C. Williams High School Commencement
June 14, 1974 ‑ Dallas/Chicago
June 15, 1974 ‑ Fish, Gilman and Mitchell Fundraisers, New York State
June 16, 1974 ‑ Israel Independence Ball
June 17, 1974 ‑ Paint Branch High School Graduation/Grocery Manufacturers of America/Opening Night at Wolftrap
June 19‑20, 1974 ‑ National Conference of Consumer Affairs Officers/Education Conference
June 20‑25, 1974 ‑ California/Minnesota/Illinois
June 26, 1974 ‑ National Broadcasters Luncheon
June 27, 1974 ‑ House Prayer Breakfast/Candidates Conference/Navy League
June 28, 1974 ‑ The Links, Inc./Sigma Delta Chi
July 1‑21, 1974 ‑ General
 
Box 202   Warren Rustand Events File

July 22‑31, 1974 ‑ General
July 1‑2, 1974 ‑ American Foreign Service Association/Community Relations Service/Center for the Study of the Presidency
July 6‑7, 1974 ‑ Dallas, TX
July 10‑11, 1974 ‑ Time, Inc. Dinner/Mary Bethune Memorial/Marine Reception
July 12‑13, 1974 ‑ New Mexico/California
July 15, 1974 ‑ White House Fellows
July 16‑17, 1974 ‑ Heroes, Inc. (Golf)/National Alliance of Businessmen/Capitol Hill Club
July 18, 1974 ‑ Grand Rapid, MI
July 19‑22, 1974 ‑ Roanoke and Hot Springs, VA
July 25, 1974 ‑ Muncie, IN ‑ Dennis Fundraiser
July 26, 1974 ‑ Chicago, IL
 
Box 203   Warren Rustand Events File
July 26‑27, 1974 ‑ Canton, OH ‑ Hall of Fame
July 29, 1974 ‑ Urban League, San Francisco
July 29‑30, 1974 ‑ Reno/Las Vegas/San Diego
July 31, 1974 ‑ Pleasant Valley Classic, Worcester, MA
August 1974 ‑ General
Aug. 3‑5, 1974 ‑ Mississippi/Louisiana
Aug. 8, 1974 ‑ Medal of Honor/TV Special, Los Angeles
Aug. 8‑14, 1974 ‑ California (Cancelled)
Aug. 12, 1974 ‑ Valencia, CA (Cancelled)
 
Box 204   Warren Rustand Events File
Aug. 14, 1974 ‑ Idaho Falls, ID (Cancelled)
Aug. 15, 1974 ‑ Expo '74, Spokane/Portland (1)‑(2) (Cancelled)
Aug. 16, 1974 ‑ American Bar Association, Hawaii (Cancelled)
Aug. 19‑21, 1974 ‑ Illinois/Philadelphia/Newport, RI (Cancelled)
Aug. 22‑24, 1974 ‑ Colorado/Wyoming (Cancelled)
Aug. 26, 27 & 31, 1974 ‑ New York City/Wheeling, WV/Portland, ME (Cancelled)
September 1974 ‑ General (1)‑(3)
 
Box 205   Warren Rustand Events File
Sept. 27, 1974 ‑ World Energy Conference, Detroit
October 1974 ‑ General
Oct. 1‑2, 1974 ‑ Las Vegas/Utah/California (Cancelled)
Oct. 4, 1974 ‑ National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY
Nov. 28, 1974 ‑ 30‑30 Cub Meeting
December 1974 ‑ General
January 1975 ‑ General
Feb. 16, 1975 ‑ Centenary College, Shreveport, LA (Cancelled)
March 5, 1975 ‑ Dormann Birthday Party, New York (Cancelled)

Box 207    Public Opinion Mail Files
Congratulations on Nomination ‑ General (1)‑(2)
Congratulations on Nomination ‑ Overseas
Congratulations on Nomination ‑ Personal (1)‑(4)
Congratulations on Confirmation ‑ General (1)‑(3)
 
Box 208    Public Opinion Mail Files
(Note: Folders with the titles struck through are not yet open to research, but can be added to the Library’s review queue.)
Congratulations on Confirmation ‑ Overseas
Congratulations on Confirmation ‑ Personal (1)‑(4)
Issues Mail ‑ October‑November 1973 (1)‑(2)
Issues Mail ‑ November 1973‑January 1974 (1)‑(2)

 
Box 209    Public Opinion Mail Files
(Note: Folders with the titles struck through are not yet open to research, but can be added to the Library’s review queue.)
Issues Mail ‑ November 1973‑January 1974 (3)‑(5)
Form Response Mail F0 ‑ "My Duty to Speak"
Form Response Mail F1 ‑ Congratulations on Nomination
Form Response Mail F2 ‑ Congratulations on Nomination with Comments
Form Response Mail F3 ‑ Military Academy Nominations (Empty)
Form Response Mail F4 ‑ Impeachment, Resignation, and Charges vs. President
Form Response Mail F5 ‑ Energy (1)‑(2)
Form Response Mail F5A ‑ Energy Referrals

 
Box 210    Public Opinion Mail Files
(Note: Folders with the titles struck through are not yet open to research, but can be added to the Library’s review queue.)
Form Response Mail F6 ‑ Missing in Action
Form Response Mail F7 ‑ Thanks for Encouragement
Form Response Mail F8 ‑ Appreciation for Comments
Form Response Mail F9 ‑ Appreciation for Comments ‑ All Purpose (1)‑(3)
Form Response Mail F9A ‑ Appreciation/All Purpose (Tourism)
Form Response Mail F9B ‑ Appreciation for Comments ‑ All Purpose
Form Response Mail F9C ‑ Appreciation for Comments ‑ All Purpose
Form Response Mail F10 ‑ Appreciation Communication with Attachments (1)‑(2)
Form Response Mail F11 ‑ Requests
Form Response Mail F12 ‑ Thank You
 

Box 211    Public Opinion Mail Files
(Note: Folders with the titles struck through are not yet open to research, but can be added to the Library’s review queue.)
Form Response Mail F13 ‑ Congratulations and Regretting Attendance
Form Response Mail F14 ‑ Congrats to Scouts

Form Response Mail F15 ‑ Abortion
Form Response Mail F16 ‑ D.C. Mural
Form Response Mail F16A ‑ Committee to Re‑elect the President
Form Response Mail F16B ‑ Vice President's Remarks Before Midwest Republican Conference re CREEP, 3/30/74
Form Response Mail F17 ‑ Employment Turndown (Empty)
Form Response Mail F18 ‑ Intern (Empty)
Form Response Mail F19 ‑ Approval of Vice President and President (1)‑(5)
Form Response Mail F20 ‑ Approval of Vice President (1)‑(2)
Form Response Mail F20A ‑ Approval of Vice President
Form Response Mail F20B ‑ Approval of Vice President

 
Box 212    Public Opinion Mail Files
(Note: Folders with the titles struck through are not yet open to research, but can be added to the Library’s review queue.)
Form Response Mail F23 ‑ Acknowledgement
Form Response Mail F24A ‑ Criticism of Vice President and Son John
Form Response Mail F24B ‑ Criticism of Son John
Form Response Mail F28 ‑ No Fault Insurance, S. 354
Form Response Mail F29 ‑ Alex Armendarez, Office of Minority Business Enterprise
Form Response Mail F30 ‑ Congratulations on Graduation from High School
Form Response Mail F31 ‑ Henry Kissinger
Form Response Mail ‑ Unfiled, January ‑ February 1974 (1)‑(2)
Form Response Mail ‑ Unfiled, July ‑ August 1974 (1)‑(3)
Form Response Mail Returned Forms

Box 213    Newspaper Clippings
10/11‑14/73
 
Box 214    Newspaper Clippings
10/15‑22/73
 
Box 215    Newspaper Clippings
10/23‑31/73
 
Box 216    Newspaper Clippings
11/1‑11/73
 
Box 217    Newspaper Clippings
11/12‑30/73
 
Box 218    Robert Hartmann Personnel File
Administration Job Clearances
David J. Wimer, 2/12/74‑4/30/74
David J. Wimer, 5/1‑16/74
David J. Wimer, 5/17‑31/74
David J. Wimer, 6/74
David J. Wimer, 7/74
David J. Wimer, 8/74
Jerry Jones, 12/73‑1/74
 
Box 219    Robert Hartmann Personnel File
Administration Job Clearances
- Jerry Jones, 2/74‑3/15/74
- Jerry Jones, 3/16‑31/74
- Jerry Jones, 4/74‑7/74
Administration Vacancies ‑ White House Requests for Recommendations, 2/74‑7/74
Clearances for Administration Positions (Republican National Committee), 1/74‑7/74
Nixon Appointments
‑ Announced, 12/70‑3/73
 
Box 220    Robert Hartmann Personnel File
Nixon Appointments
‑ Announced, 4/73‑12/73
‑ For Clearance, 1969‑73 (By Agency)
‑ For Clearance, 1970‑73 (Miscellaneous)
Personnel
‑ Burress, Richard T., 1971‑74
‑ Crane, Kent B., 1973‑74
‑ Martin, Robin B., 1974
‑ Miscellaneous, 1973‑74
‑ Needs, 1973‑74
‑ Pagnotta, Frank R., 1973‑74
‑ Payroll Information, 1973‑74
 
Box 221    Robert Hartmann Personnel File
Personnel
‑ Security Papers, 1974
‑ Volunteers, 1974
Presidential Appointments, 1973‑74
 
Box 222    Robert Hartmann Staff Memos File
Daily Memorandum Log
Anderson, Gwen ‑ Memos to Others (1)‑(2)
Anderson, Gwen ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Belieu, Ken ‑ Memos
Blake, Lt. Col. Robert ‑ Memos
Burress, Richard T. ‑ Memos to Others
Burress, Richard T. ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Canfield, Spofford ‑ Memos
Casselman, William ‑ Memos to Others (1)‑(2)
 
Box 223    Robert Hartmann Staff Memos File
Casselman, William E. ‑ Memos to Others (3)
Casselman, William E. ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann (1)‑(2)
Dunn, John M. ‑ Memos to Others
Dunn, John M. ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Friedman, Milt ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Kerr, Howard J. ‑ Memos to Others
Kerr, Howard J. ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Leonard, Mildred and Cavanaugh, Dottie ‑ Memos to Others
Leonard, Mildred and Cavanaugh, Dottie ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Marsh, Jack ‑ Memos to Others
Miltich, Paul ‑ Memos to Others
Miltich, Paul ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Mote, Walter ‑ Memos to Others
Mote, Walter ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Pagnotta, Frank ‑ Memos to Others
Pagnotta, Frank ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Perrott, Marba ‑ Memos
Roberts, Bill ‑ Memos to Others
Robert, Bill ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Sardo, Americo A. ‑ Memos to Others
Sardo, Americo A. ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Seidman, L. William
Seidman, L. William ‑ Memos to Others
Seidman, L. William ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Walker, Jack ‑ Memos to Robert Hartmann
Wilson, Jo ‑ Memos to Others
 
Box 224    Robert Hartmann Subject File
Academic Information on the Vice President, 1973
Administrative Manual for the Office of the Vice President, 1970
Allen, Robert S.
Advance Men (Assignments)
Advance Training School
Amateur Athletics
Arthur S. Fleming Awards Commission
Articles about the Vice President, 1973‑74
Atlantic Monthly Article "The Vice Presidency As It Seems To Me" (by Gerald Ford)
Belin, David, 1/28/74
Biography ‑ Ford, 1973
Black Leadership
Boosters Clubs (Republican Congressional Committee)
Briefing Book
‑ Agriculture
‑ Anne Armstrong
‑ Bicentennial
‑ Domestic Council, 1973‑74
Budget FY 1975
Budget FY 1976
California Trip (4/13‑21/74 ‑ Palm Desert)
Campaign 1974
 
Box 225    Robert Hartmann Subject File
"Challenge" ‑ National Federation of Republican Woman, 1973
Champion, George
Chowder and Marching Society
Christmas Gifts to the Staff from the Vice President, 1973
Code of Federal Regulations, 1973 (Publication)
Commission on Critical Choices for America
Condolences From the Vice President
Congratulations To ‑ Hartmann, 1973
Congratulations To ‑ Vice President, 1973‑74
Congressional Candidates, 1974
Congressional Directory ‑ Staff of the Vice President, 1973
Congressional Record Inserts, 1973‑74
Consumer Affairs, 1973 (Publications)
Correspondence ‑ Ford, 1973‑74 (1)‑(2)
Correspondence ‑ Hartmann
Correspondence ‑ Unanswered, 1973
Curator of the White House (Clement E. Conger), 1973‑74
Current Comedy and Joke File, 1973‑74
Cyprus ‑ Greece and Turkey Conflict
 
Box 226    Robert Hartmann Subject File
Daily Mail and Correspondence Report
District of Columbia Baseball Team, 1973‑74
Douglas, William O. (News Clipping)
Eisenhower Civic Center, 1973
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
Evans and Novak Political Report, 1973074
Executive Calendar, 1973
Face the Nation, 2/3/74
Federal Energy Office
Feldman, Trude
Fifth District Election, 2/74
Form Letters
Gift Inventory, 8/22/74
Governors' Bulletin
Harlow, Bryce, 1973
Health Insurance Bill
Hibernian Society, Charleston, South Carolina
H.J. Resolution 734 ‑ White House Conference on Library and Information Services, 1973
H.J. Resolution 736 ‑ Provide for Feasibility Study and Accept Gift from U.S. Capitol Historical Society, 1973
House Republican Leadership, 1973‑74
House ‑ Senate Republicans Dinner, 3/17/74
Howe, Nancy, 1973
Impeachment, 1973‑74
Impeachment Proceedings, 7/74 ‑ Republican National Committee Members Reaction to
Internal Revenue Service ‑ Campaign Fund Designation
Jordanian Dinner, 3/12/74
Kissinger, Henry A.
Leave Requests
Library of Congress, 1973‑74
Maki, Hideshi
McCloskey Endorsement
 
Box 227    Robert Hartmann Subject File
Medal of Freedom
Media Report, 6/7/74
Meetings
‑ Bipartisan Leadership, 1974
‑ Cabinet, 1973‑74
‑ Congressional Meeting on Economics, 12/15/73
‑ Energy Group, 1/19/74
‑ Human and Community Affairs, 12/17/73
‑ Senate GOP Leaders, 7/11/74
Michigan Reception in Honor of Gerald Ford at Capitol Hill Club, 12/6/73
Military Aides ‑ Assignments
Minorities ‑ Major Initiatives, 1973
Miscellaneous
Monthly Schedules, 7/74
National Citizens Committee for Fairness to the Presidency, 6/28/74 (Newsletter)
National Council on Indian Opportunity, 1973
National Governors' Conference, 1974
National Oceanic Policy Study ‑ Gil Slonin, 1973‑74
National Prayer Breakfast, 1/31/74
New York Times Editorials
News Clippings and Articles
Nixon Response to the House Judiciary Committee, 4/30/74
Nut File, 1971‑74
Office Equipment, 1973
Official Residence of the Vice President
Photographs (Information)
President Nixon's Visit to Moscow, 6/74 ‑ 7/74
President Documents (Weekly Compilation), 1973‑74
Presidential Messages (White House Press Releases), 10/73 ‑ 12/73
 
Box 228    Robert Hartmann Subject File
Presidential Messages (White House Press Releases), 1/74 ‑ 7/74
 
Box 229    Robert Hartmann Subject File
Press Conference ‑ Vice President, 7/13/74
Public Misinformation, 1966
Public Opinion Polls
Reception for Diplomatic Corps ‑ Blair House, 2/19/74
Reinke, James (Clippings and Newsletters)
Representatives ‑ Individual Folders, A‑Z
Republican Conference ‑ House of Representatives, 1973
Republican Congressional Committee ‑ Correspondence
Republican Congressional Committee ‑ Newsletters, 1973‑74
Republican Governors Association
Republican National Committee, 1973‑74
Requests: Miscellaneous, 1973
Requests: Photographs and Autographs
Rhodes, John (New Minority Leader), 1973‑74
Right of Privacy ‑ Domestic Council Committee
Role of Gerald Ford in the Attempt to Impeach William O. Douglas ‑ Library of Congress Study, 1973
Rosters, 1973‑74 (1)‑(2)
 
Box 230    Robert Hartmann Subject File
Santarelli, Donald (Clippings)
Scheduling ‑ Letters of Regret
Scheduling Meetings ‑ Daily
Scheduling ‑ Miscellaneous
Senate Privileges of the Vice President, 1973‑74
Senators ‑ Individual Folders, A‑Z
"Shipyard Weekly"
Smithsonian Institution, 1973 (Published Annual Report)
Smithsonian Institution, 1974
Smithsonian Institution ‑ Don McClelland
Speeches
‑ Future, 1973‑74
‑ Miscellaneous (Not Ford)
‑ 10/15/73 ‑ National Association of Retail Druggists
‑ 10/18/73 ‑ Al Smith Dinner, New York City
‑ 10/18/73 ‑ Southeastern Manufactured Housing Institute
‑ 10/23/1973 ‑ Joint Session of the Pennsylvania Legislature and Dauphin County Republican Annual Dinner
‑ 10/26/73 ‑ Honoring Congressman Glenn R. Davis, Waukesha, WI
 
Box 231    Robert Hartmann Subject File
Speeches
‑ 11/5/73 ‑ Distinguished Republican Award
‑ 11/12/73 ‑ Calvin Pullock Forum
‑ 11/12/73 ‑ Republican Coordinating Committee
‑ 11/13/73 ‑ National Association of Realtors
‑ 11/19/73 ‑ Winter Republican Governors Conference
‑ 11/26/74 ‑ "Dinner for Life", Long Island, NY
‑ 11/27/73 ‑ Seafarer's International Union
‑ 11/28/73 ‑ American Life Insurance Association
‑ 12/2/73 ‑ B'nai Torah Institute
‑ 12/3/73 ‑ Commission on Critical Choices
‑ 12/4/73 ‑ National Football Foundation Hall of Fame
‑ 12/6/73 ‑ Acceptance Speech
‑ 12/6/73 ‑ Swearing‑in Remarks as Vice President
‑ 12/6/73 ‑ Gridiron Club Winter Dance
‑ 12/13/73 ‑ Heisman Trophy Dinner
‑ 12/13/73 ‑ Dinner Meeting of the Business Council
‑ 12/14/73 ‑ Wright Memorial Dinner, Washington Hilton
‑ 12/15‑16/73 ‑ Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
‑ 1/17/74 ‑ Vice Presidential Prayer Luncheon
‑ 3/30/74 ‑ Midwest Republican Leadership Conference
‑ 4/6/74 ‑ Gridiron Club
‑ 5/4/74 ‑ University of Michigan Commencement
‑ 5/27/74 ‑ Arlington National Cemetery
‑ 6/11/74 ‑ Yale Law School
Staff Policy and Organization, 5/30/74
Stationery Samples
State of the Union, 1974
 
Box 232    Robert Hartmann Subject File
Status of Miscellaneous Legislation, 1972‑73
Supreme Court Decision on White House Tapes
Thank You From Ford, 1973
Truckers Strike
Twenty‑fifth Amendment ‑ Congressional Debates, 1964‑65
Vander Laan, Robert
Vander Till, Gordon, 1973‑74
Vice Presidential Office ‑ House Side of the Capitol
Virgin Islands
Wallace, George C.
Watergate, 1972‑74
White House ‑ Clawson, Ken W. (1)‑(2)
White House Meeting Notes, 1973‑74
White House Memoranda, 1973‑74
White House Press Releases, 12/73 ‑ 2/74
 
Box 233    Robert Hartmann Subject File
White House Press Releases, 3/74 ‑ 7/74 (1)‑(2)
White House Press Releases ‑ Press Secretary Briefings, 2/74 ‑ 5/74
 
Box 234    Robert Hartmann Subject File
White House Press Releases ‑ Press Secretary Briefings, 7/74 ‑ 8/74
White House Weekly Briefing Papers, etc. ‑ Ken Cole (1)‑(2)
 
Box 235    Robert Hartmann File of Summaries of Congressional Proceedings
Summary of Floor Action ‑ Senate
Summary of Proceedings ‑ House of Representatives, 12/17/73‑5/16/74
 
Box 236    Robert Hartmann File of Summaries of Congressional Proceedings
Summary of Proceedings ‑ House of Representatives, 5/20/74‑8/7/74
 
Box 237    Ford Confirmation Hearings Briefing Book File
Table of Contents, 1973
Section 1: Winter‑Berger Loan, 1973
Section 2: Francis Kellogg, 1969‑73
Section 3: Stock Purchase/Old Kent Bank and Trust, 1973
Section 4: Guterma Fine Remittitur, 1973
Section 5: Winter‑Berger Introduction to Gerald Ford, 1973
Section 6: Cash Gifts to Staff, 1973
Section 7: Dr. Arnold Hutschnecker, 1973
Section 8: 1969 Official Sticker for Elizabeth Dunnington, 1973
Section 9: Internship of Steven Taylor, 1973
Section 10: Red Blaik and AVCO, 1967‑73
Section 11: Kentucky Vacation, 1969‑73
Section 12: Parsons College, 1966‑73
Section 13: Alleged Bribe, 1973
Section 14: Domenico Piemonte, 1959‑73
Section 15: Rospatch Corporation, 1973
Section 16: Law Practice, 1973
Section 17: Real Estate Ownership, 1973
Section 18: 1966 Ford for Congress/Seafarers Committee, 1966‑73
Section 19: 1970 District of Columbia Committee, 1973
Section 20: 1972 District of Columbia Committee to Re‑elect Ford, 1972‑73
Section 21: 1972 Friends of Jerry Ford/Ford for Congress, 1973
Section 22: 1972 Campaign Transfers to Other Candidates, 1973
Section 23: 1970 Ford for Congress/Republican Committee, 1973
Section 24: Agricultural and Dairy Educational and Political Trust Committee (ADEPT), 1972‑73
Section 25: Robert Hartmann Contribution to Friends of Jerry Ford, 1973
Section 26: Steelcase/District Office, 1972‑73
Section 27: Steelcase/Wendall Verduin, 1973
Section 28: Steelcase/Ford Paint, 1973
Section 29: Steelcase/Joseph Lawless, 1971‑73
Section 30: Ford Biography
Loose Material, 1972‑73 (1)‑(2)
 
Box 238    Ford Confirmation Hearings Proceedings Transcripts File
Senate, 11/73
 
Box 239    Ford Confirmation Hearings Proceedings Transcripts File
House, 11/15‑20/73
 
Box 240    Ford Confirmation Hearings Proceedings Transcripts File
House, 11/20/73‑12/4/73
 
Box 241    Ford Confirmation Hearings File

Confirmation ‑ Swearing‑in, 1973
Confirmation Hearings
‑ Bound Volumes of Proceedings
- Correspondence Control File, 1973 (1)‑(3)
‑ Draft Questions and Answers
‑ Hartmann Notes, 1973
‑ Letters of Endorsement, 1973
‑ Miscellaneous, 1973
‑ Possible Witnesses, 1973
Congressional Record, 11/26/73
Congressional Record, 11/27/73
Congressional Record, 11/29/73
Congressional Record, 12/6/73
Congressional Record ‑ Index (1)‑(2)
 
Box 242    Ford Confirmation Hearings File
Debate and Vote on Confirmation, 1973
House Committee on the Judiciary
‑ Background Material Provided to Members, 1973
‑ Correspondence, 1973 (1)‑(2)
‑ Correspondence ‑ Chairman Peter Rodino, 1973 (1)‑(3)
‑ Hearing Memoranda, 1973
‑ Questions ‑ Jack Brooks, 1973
‑ Questions ‑ Robert Drinan, 1973
- Questions ‑ Elizabeth Holtzman, 1973
Opening Statement
‑ Experts' View on the Vice Presidency, 1973
‑ Experts' View on the Vice Presidency, 1973 (Burress Copy)
 
Box 243    Ford Confirmation Hearings File
Opening Statement
‑ House, 11/15/73
‑ Miscellaneous Reference Materials, 1973
‑ Senate, 11/1/73
Senate Committee on Rules and Administration
‑ Correspondence, 1973
‑ Correspondence ‑ Chairman Howard Cannon, 1973 (1)‑(2)
‑ Hearing Memoranda, 1973
‑ Library of Congress Report on Gerald Ford's Voting Record, 1973 (1)‑(2)
‑ Miscellaneous, 1973
‑ Report on Nomination ‑ Galley Prints, 1973
‑ Rules of Procedure, 1973
‑ Statement of Clarence Mitchell (NAACP), 11/14/73
‑ Statement of Hugh Scott, 11/1/73
‑ Statement of Robert Griffin, 11/26/73
Senate ‑ Correspondence ‑ Confirmation ‑ Letters of Thanks, 1973
 
Box 244    Ford Confirmation Hearings General Subject File
Albert, Harold ‑ Hillview Townhouses, Inc., 1971‑72
Alvarez, Jose, 1972
Amway Corporation, 1973
Appointments ‑ Nixon Administration, 1969
Associated Milk Products, Inc., 1970‑73
Bilderberg Group, 1973
Boland, J. David ‑ Correspondence, 1964‑73 (1)‑(8)
Campaign Finance ‑ General, 1973
Civil Aeronautics Board, 1972
Committee for the Re‑Election of the President
‑ Contributions, 1972
 
Box 245    Ford Confirmation Hearings General Subject File
Committee for the Re‑Election of the President
‑ Correspondence, 1972 (1)‑(2)
‑ Miscellaneous, 1972
‑ Press Releases, 1972
‑ "The Re‑Elector", 1972
‑ Surrogate Candidates, 1972
Crystal Flash Petroleum Corporation ‑ Frank B. Fehsenfeld, 1973
Democratic Study Group Fact Sheet, 1973
Dent, Marshall, 1971
Dexter Lock Company ‑ John Dykstra, 1972
Douglas, William O., 1970‑73
Ford, Richard A., 1973
Ford Staff Members ‑ Resumes, 1973
General Services Administration, 1971‑73
Gill Manufacturing Corporation ‑ Wallace Chamberlin, 1972‑73
Gordon, Britton, 1969‑73
Grand Rapids, 1973
Grand Valley State College, 1969‑73
Grand Valley State College
‑ Minority Contractors, 1972‑73 (1)
 
Box 246    Ford Confirmation Hearings General Subject File
Grand Valley State College
‑ Minority Contractors, 1972‑73 (2)
‑ WGVC‑TV, 1971‑73
‑ World Affairs Council, 1972
Gray, James Seaton, 1973
Hartmann, Robert, 1972
Holly's Restaurant, 1972
Honorariums, 1972
Impoundment, 1973
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1970
Kellogg, Francis, 1969‑73 (1)‑(2)
League of Friends for Thomas Jefferson, 1973
Medical, 1973
Michigan Wheel Company, 1969‑73
National Governors Conference, 1969
Nixon, Richard ‑ Tapes, 1973
Norton Corporation ‑ Norman Rautiola, 1973
Owens ‑ Ames ‑ Kimball Company, 1971‑73
Phillips, Frank, 1971‑72
Piemonte, Domenico, 1973
Private Bills, 1973
Ralph Nader's Citizens Look at Congress ‑ Gerald R. Ford, 1972
Rapistan, Incorporated ‑ James Sebastian, 1969‑73
Republican Policy Committee ‑ Statements ‑ Table of Contents, 1959‑73
Republican Policy Committee ‑ Statements ‑ Index, 1973
Republican Policy Committee ‑ Statements, 1959‑73 (1)‑(10)
 
Box 247    Ford Confirmation Hearings General Subject File
Republican Policy Committee ‑ Statements, 1959‑73 (11)‑(15)
Roskam, Donald O., 1972‑73
Rospatch Corporation, 1964‑73
Seafarer's Political Activity Donation/Marine Engineers' Benefit Association, 1972
Sergeant of Arms ‑ Loans to Gerald R. Ford, 1973
Securities and Exchange Commission, 1969‑70
Simon and Schuster ‑ "Portrait of the Assassin", 1964‑75
Smith Brothers, Velte & Company, 1972‑73
Steelcase, Inc., 1972‑73
Steelcase, Inc. ‑ Joseph Lawless, 1970‑73
Summer Interns, 1969
Transportation, Department of ‑ H.R. 6452, 1972‑73
25th Amendment ‑ Congressional Record ‑ February 19, 1965
25th Amendment ‑ Congressional Record ‑ April 13, 1965
25th Amendment ‑ Congressional Record ‑ June 30, 1965
25th Amendment ‑ Congressional Record ‑ July 6, 1965
Vera‑Tech Company, 1973
 
Box 248    Ford Confirmation Hearings General Subject File
Verduin, Wendall, 1973
Voting Record, 1973
Voting Record ‑ Civil Rights, 1973 (1)‑(2)
Voting Record ‑ Congressional Record Inserts, 1965‑72
Voting Record ‑ Health, 1971‑72
Voting Record ‑ Miscellaneous, 1973
Voting Record ‑ 1973
Voting Record ‑ Pollution and Environment, 1972
Warren Commission, 1964
Weston, Alice (Schowalter), 1973
Williams, C.I., 1972
Winter‑Berger, Robert N., 1973 (1)‑(2)
Winter‑Berger, Robert N. ‑ World Calendar, 1973
Wolverine Worldwide, 1972
Woven Label Manufacturers of America, 1973
 
Box 249    Ford Confirmation Hearings Campaign Finance File
1948
‑ Campaign Finance
‑ Election Results (Publications)
1952
‑ Campaign Finance
‑ Contributions
‑ Expenditures
‑ Federal Regulations
‑ Election Results (Publication)
1954
‑ Campaign Finance
‑ Contributions and Expenditures
‑ Federal Regulations
‑ Miscellaneous
1956
‑ Campaign Finance
‑ Contributions and Expenditures
‑ Federal Regulations
‑ Election Results
1958
‑ Campaign Finance
‑ Contributions and Expenditures
- Federal Regulations
‑ Election Results
1960
‑ Campaign Finance
1962
‑ Campaign Finance
1964
‑ Campaign Finance
1966
‑ Campaign Finance
1968
‑ Campaign Finance
‑ Contributions (1)‑(5)
 
Box 250    Ford Confirmation Hearings Campaign Finance File
1968
‑ Campaign Finance
‑ Expenditures (1)‑(2)
‑ General Election Filing Forms
‑ Kent County Republican Finance Committee
‑ Primary Election Filing Forms
- Republican State Central Committee
‑ National Republican Congressional Committee ‑ Booster Fund
‑ Candidates
‑ National Republican Congressional Committee ‑ Booster Fund
‑ Contributions
‑ National Republican Congressional Committee ‑ Booster Fund
‑ Disbursements
‑ National Republican Congressional Committee ‑ Miscellaneous
1970
‑ Campaign Finance
‑ Expenditures (1)‑(2)
‑ Ford For Congress Committee
‑ Ford for Congress Committee
‑ Contributions (1)‑(3)
‑ Ford for Congress Committee ‑ General Primary
 
Box 251    Ford Confirmation Hearings Campaign Finance File
1970
‑ Campaign Finance
‑ Ford for Congress Committee
‑ General Primary ‑ Contributions
- General Primary ‑ Expenditures
‑ Old Kent Bank
‑ Friends of Jerry Ford Committee
‑ General
‑ Gerald Ford ‑ District of Columbia Committee ‑ Union Trust Company
‑ Greek‑American Committee for Ford
‑ Insight, Inc. (1)‑(2)
‑ Kent County Republican Finance Committee
‑ Latvians for Ford
‑ Miscellaneous Contributions
- Pawley, William D.
‑ Republican Congressional Committee
‑ Ford Campaign Fund
‑ Ford Campaign Fund ‑ Contributions and Disbursements (1)‑(3)
‑ Ford Campaign Fund ‑ Public Relations Account
‑ Scaife, Richard
‑ Veterans for Ford
 
Box 252    Ford Confirmation Hearings Campaign Finance File
1972
‑ Ballot Proof Copies ‑ Primary and General Election
‑ Campaign ‑ Agnew Visit
‑ Campaign ‑ Miscellaneous
‑ Campaign Finance
‑ Advertising
‑ Common Cause
‑ Committee to Re‑Elect Jerry Ford
‑ Committee to Re‑Elect Jerry Ford ‑ Contributions (1)‑(2)
‑ Committee to Re‑Elect Jerry Ford ‑ Riggs National Bank
‑ Communications Media Spending Limit
‑ Distribution of Funds to Republican Candidates
‑ Ford for Congress Contributions
‑ Ford for Congress ‑ Disbursements
‑ Ford for Congress ‑ General
‑ Ford for Congress ‑ House of Representatives ‑ Filing Forms (1)‑(2)
 
Box 253    Ford Confirmation Hearings Campaign Finance File
1972
‑ Campaign Finance
‑ Friends of Jerry Ford ‑ Contributions (1)‑(4)
‑ Friends of Jerry Ford ‑ Disbursements
‑ Friends of Jerry Ford ‑ House of Representatives ‑ Filing Forms
‑ General
‑ Insight, Inc.
‑ Internal Revenue Service
‑ Latvians for Gerald Ford
‑ Miscellaneous Contributions
- Primary ‑ Contributions
‑ Regulations ‑ Federal
‑ Regulations ‑ State and County
- Primary Election Nominating Petitions
 
Box 254    Ford Confirmation Hearings Agency Correspondence File
Department of Agriculture, 1970‑73 (1)‑(6)
Department of Commerce, 1970‑73 (1)‑(4)
 
Box 255    Ford Confirmation Hearings Agency Correspondence File
Department of Defense, 1970‑73 (1)‑(2)
Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1970‑73
Department of the Interior, 1949‑73 (1)‑(2)
Department of Labor, 1972‑73
Department of State ‑ Agency for International Development, 1970‑73
Department of Transportation, 1969‑70 (1)‑(4)
 
Box 256    Ford Confirmation Hearings Agency Correspondence File
Department of Transportation, 1971‑73 (1)‑(7)
Department of the Treasury, 1970‑73 (1)‑(4)
 
Box 257    Ford Confirmation Hearings Agency Correspondence File
Department of the Treasury ‑ Customs, 1970‑73
Economic Stabilization Program ‑ Cost of Living Council, 1971‑73 (1)‑(7)
Environmental Protection Agency, 1970‑72 (1)‑(4)
 
Box 258    Ford Confirmation Hearings Agency Correspondence File
Environmental Protection Agency, 1973 (1)‑(2)
Federal Trade Commission, 1973
General Services Administration, 1970‑73 (1)‑(7)
Interstate Commerce Commission, 1970‑73 (1)‑(2)
Small Business Administration, 1969‑73 (1)‑(2)
 
Box 259    White House Advance Office Files
Administrative
‑ General
‑ Biography of Congressman Ford
‑ Proposed Trips and Events
‑ Sheet Music (for Vice President)
10/18/73 ‑ Al Smith Dinner, New York
10/19/73 ‑ Southeastern Manufactured Housing Institute, Knoxville, TN
10/23/73 ‑ Dauphin County Republican Dinner, Harrisburg, PA
10/26/73 ‑ Dinner for Congressman Glenn R. Davis, Waukesha, WI
11/5/73 ‑ Testimonial Dinner for Senator Hugh Scott, Philadelphia, PA
11/12/73 ‑ Calvin Bullock Forum, New York
11/13/73 ‑ National Association of Realtors Convention, Washington, DC
11/19/73 ‑ Republican Governors' Conference, Memphis, TN
 
Box 260    White House Advance Office Files
11/26/73 ‑ "Dinner for Life", Long Island, NY
11/27/73 ‑ Seafarer's International Union Convention, Washington, DC
11/28/73 ‑ American Life Insurance Association, Washington, DC
12/2/73 ‑ B'nai Torah Institute, Inaugural Dinner, Flushing Meadows Park, NY
12/2‑3/73 ‑ National League of Cities Convention, San Juan, Puerto Rico (Cancelled)
12/3‑4/73 ‑ Commission of Critical Choices for America, New York
12/4/73 ‑ National Football Hall of Fame Dinner, New York
12/6/73 ‑ Vice President's Swearing‑In Ceremony, Washington, DC
12/8/73 ‑ Gridiron Dinner, Washington, DC
12/10/73 ‑ Tip O'Neill Dinner, Georgetown Club, Washington, DC
12/12/73 ‑ Dinner Meeting of the Business Council, Washington, DC
12/13/73 ‑ Heisman Trophy Dinner, New York
 
Box 261    White House Advance Office Files
12/14/73 ‑ Wright Memorial Dinner, Washington, DC
12/15‑16/73 ‑ Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Dinner, Williamsburg, VA
12/18/73 ‑ Dinner with Former Congressman William Cramer, Falls Church, VA
1/12/74 ‑ Dedication of Baptist Medical Center, Little Rock, AR (1)‑(2)
1/15/74 ‑ American Farm Bureau Federation Convention, Atlantic City, NJ
1/17/74 ‑ Jerry Ford Day, Grand Rapids, MI
1/25/74 ‑ Touchdown Club Dinner, Columbus, OH (1)‑(2)
1/26/74 ‑ B'nai B'rith Luncheon, Palm Beach, FL
 
Box 262    White House Advance Office Files
1/27/74 ‑ Fogarty Foundation Awards Ceremony, Providence, RI
2/13/74 ‑ Fund Raiser for Congressman Tim L. Carter, Lincoln, KY
2/14/74 ‑ Tinley Park High School ‑ Everett Dirksen 500 Luncheon; Frank Leahy Awards Dinner, Chicago, IL
2/15/74 ‑ Fund Raiser for Senator Roman Hruska, Omaha, NE
2/18/74 ‑ Chattanooga Area Engineers Week, Chattanooga, TN
2/20/74 ‑ Fund Raiser for Mayor Bill Gradison, Cincinnati, OH
2/24/74 ‑ American ‑ Israel Friendship Awards Dinner, New York
2/25/74 ‑ American Association of School Administrators, Atlantic City, NJ
2/25/74 ‑ TV Correspondents Breakfast Series; New York Times Luncheon; New York
3/8/74 ‑ Addresses ‑ St. Leo College and University of Tampa, FL
 
Box 263    White House Editorial Staff Files
10/18/73 ‑ Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner
10/19/73 ‑ Southeastern Manufactured Housing Institute
10/23/73 ‑ Pennsylvania General Assembly
10/26/73 ‑ Congressman Glenn Davis Dinner
11/5/73 ‑ Hugh Scott Award Dinner
11/13/73 ‑ National Association of Realtors Convention
11/19/73 ‑ Republican Governors' Conference
11/26/73 ‑ United Jewish Appeal
11/27/73 ‑ Seafarers International Union Convention
11/28/73 ‑ American Life Insurance Association Convention
11/29/73 ‑ National League of Cities (Cancelled)
12/4/73 ‑ Football Foundation Awards Dinner
12/8/73 ‑ Gridiron Club Dinner
12/13/73 ‑ Heisman Trophy Dinner
12/14/73 ‑ Wright Memorial Trophy Dinner
1/12/74 ‑ Baptist Medical Center Dedication
1/15/74 ‑ American Farm Bureau Federation
1/19/74 ‑ Washington Touchdown Club
1/25/74 ‑ Columbus Touchdown Club
1/26/74 ‑ Anti‑Defamation League
1/27/74 ‑ John E. Fogarty Foundation Reception
1/29/74 ‑ Press Club Congressional Dinner
1/29/74 ‑ National Religious Broadcasters
1/31/74 ‑ Public Affairs Council
2/1/74 ‑ U.S. Conference of Mayors
2/5/74 ‑ U.S. League of Savings Associations
2/5/74 ‑ District of Columbia Republican Club
2/14/74 ‑ Leahy Awards Dinner (Not Used)