Papers — Richard M. Nixon (1913 - 1994)
The most significant published collection of Nixon papers is the official Public Papers published by the National Archives. The National Archives edition is limited to Nixon's years in the White House and includes only official public messages (e.g. speeches, press conferences, public statements).
- Public Papers of the Presidents: Richard M. Nixon (1969-1974) 6 vols. These papers are also available online through the The American Presidency Project at the University of California at Santa Barbara.
For non-published material, the best source for Johnson papers is the National Archives. Much of the more important material from Nixon's Presidential files is available on microfilm at research institutions throughout the United States. Please contact the Scripps Library for more information about microfilm location and availability.
- Papers of the Nixon White House
Part 1. Official Inventories of Papers (98 fiche)
Part 2. The President's Meeting File, 1969-1974 (260 fiche)
Part 3. Ehrlichman: Notes of Meetings with the President (77 fiche)
Part 4. Ehrlichman Alphabetical Subject File (175 fiche)
Part 5. Haldeman: Notes of White House Meetings (98 fiche)
Part 6. The President's Office Files (370 fiche)
Part 7. President's Personal Files, 1969-1974 (548 fiche)
Part 8. The Nixon White House Tapes (75 fiche)
- Transcripts and Files of the Paris Peace Talks, 1968-1973 (12 reels)
- Civil Rights During the Nixon Administration, 1969-1974 Part 1: White House Central Files and Aides Files (46 reels)