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Title:   Committee for the Re-Election of the President Collection: Frederic Malek Papers

Creator:   Frederic Malek

Extent:   50 Boxes; 30 linear feet, 7 linear inches; 25 cubic feet, 2 cubic inches

Repository:   Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, 18001 Yorba Linda Boulevard, Yorba Linda, California 92886

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

Administrative Information

Access:   Open, exceptions for personal privacy

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Preferred Citation:   [Folder title. Box #.] Committee for the Re-Election of the President Collection: Frederic Malek Papers. Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, Yorba Linda, California. National Archives and Records Administration.

Administrative History

In late 1970, members of the Nixon administration's White House staff began planning for President Nixon's re-election campaign. Accordingly, in the spring of 1971, Attorney General John Mitchell, who had managed the 1968 Nixon campaign, was tapped to serve as campaign director and the nucleus of the campaign staff opened offices at 1701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Originally called the Citizens Committee to Re-Elect the President, the organization, then headed by acting director Jeb Magruder (who became deputy campaign director when Mitchell resigned from the Justice Department to take up his political duties full-time in 1972), began planning to run a national campaign independently of the Republican National Committee.

The White House and the Citizens Committee decided to keep the fundraising and financial operations of the re-election effort separate from the rest of the campaign apparatus. Francis Dale was named campaign chairman with a committee of eight co-chairmen, Maurice Stans became the finance chairman, and John Mitchell formally inhabited the campaign director position in April 1972. Under Mitchell, the committee (renamed the Committee for the Re-Election of the President) was split into three divisions: Administration, Citizens and Political.

The Administration division of the committee consisted of the advance/tour office, the attack division, the counsel for the committee, polling and scheduling. It also incorporated an in-house advertising agency called the November Group (as opposed to hiring an outside company as had been the practice of campaigns) and the convention planning office. The citizens groups focused on voter blocs such as Labor, Ethnic, Business, Veterans, and Spanish. Each group had a division leader. The political division was split into regions with each region assigned to one political leader.

On June 17, 1972, five men, including James McCord, the committee's head of security, were arrested while breaking into the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Office Complex in Washington, D.C. Upon hearing of the break-in, members of the committee staff proceeded to destroy records relating to the burglars' activities from the committee offices.

As a result of the break-in and subsequent publicity, Mitchell resigned as campaign director on June 31, 1972. Former Congressman Clark MacGregor replaced Mitchell. Jeb Magruder retained the rank of deputy campaign director but White House personnel chief Fred Malek officially joined as a second deputy campaign director. Malek's ascension prompted a reorganization of the committee, with Magruder remaining in charge of Administration and Malek assuming command of the Citizens and Political divisions.

Biographical Information

Fred Malek was born in Berwyn, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, on December 22, 1936. Malek, the son of a beer salesman and the grandson of Czechoslovakian and Yugoslavian immigrants, graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1959 and served in Vietnam as an Army Ranger and Green Beret with the Special Forces.

When he returned from military duty, he graduated from Harvard Business School in 1964 with a Master of Business Administration. After working briefly as a management consultant for McKinsey & Co., Malek and two partners bought Utica Tool Company, a failing tool manufacturer, in 1967. They renamed it Triangle Corporation and continued to purchase other tool companies to expand production.

In 1969, Malek left Triangle Corporation to become HEW Secretary Robert H. Finch’s deputy undersecretary.  Malek’s portfolio was to make HEW more responsive, and he quickly impressed Finch and others by curtailing red tape and discharging personnel, earning himself the nickname “the hatchet” because of his tenacity.  President Nixon’s Chief of Staff H.R. “Bob” Haldeman subsequently made Malek White House personnel chief, and Malek thus became responsible for recruiting candidates for high-ranking appointed positions on the White House staff.  During part of this period, future Secretary of State Colin Powell, then a White House Fellow, was Malek’s executive assistant.

Malek’s other task when made the head of the White House Personnel Operation was the “responsiveness program,” a way to gain political support for Nixon’s re-election by using federal resources and grants to influence key states and voting blocs, especially minority groups (the Senate Watergate Committee later investigated and censured this program). While still running the personnel operation, Malek played an active role in the Committee for the Re-Election of the President by applying the methods and information used in the “responsiveness program” to CRP programs. After the break-in of the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Hotel by individuals associated with the Re-Election campaign, John Mitchell resigned as Director. Clark MacGregor became the new Director of CRP, and Malek officially became a Deputy Director running the Political and Citizens Divisions.

Malek joined Marriot Hotels in 1975 as a senior vice president; he served as president from 1981 to 1988. He participated in the buyout of Northwest Airlines and was its president and chairman from 1989 to 1991. After contributing to the acquisition of CB Richard Ellis in 1989, Malek became co-chairman of the global real estate company until 1996. He also had important roles in the buyouts of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, and of the Texas Rangers baseball team, which he co-owned with other Republican financiers and George W. Bush. Malek founded two private equity firms, Thayer Capital Partners and Thayer Lodging Group, in 1991.

Since the Nixon administration, Malek has continued to advise presidents. He served under President Reagan on the President’s Council on Cost Control, the President’s Commission on Private Sector Initiatives, and the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports. Under President George H. W. Bush, Malek was director of the 1990 Economic Summit of Industrialized Nations, for which he became a lifetime ambassador. From April 2007 to June 2008, Malek also served as the finance chairman for John McCain’s presidential campaign.

In 1978, Malek published Washington’s Hidden Tragedy: The Failure to Make Government Work, a critique of government bureaucracy. He currently lives with his wife Marlene in McLean, Virginia. They have two children and three grandchildren.

Provenance of Collection

In February, April, and May 1973, the materials of the Committee for the Re-Election of the President were placed into courtesy storage with the National Archives and Records Service for eventual deposit into Richard Nixon's presidential library (the materials of the separate Finance Committee to Re-Elect the President were not placed into NARS' custody). Throughout the spring of 1973, subpoenas for civil and criminal investigations concerning the Committee were served on the General Services Administration (at the time the overseeing agency of the National Archives). NARS personnel reboxed the textual committee records and created draft descriptions of the materials in preparation for compliance of the subpoenas. Despite NARS' requests, the agency never received a deed of gift for the materials.

The collection remained in NARS' physical custody through 1986 until the decision of the 1972 Campaign Liquidation Trust to deed all of the remaining money and records from the Committee and Finance Committee to the Republican National Committee, which in turn gave the records of the Committee to Richard Nixon. In 1989, the Committee records were moved to California, where they were temporarily stored at the Reagan Presidential Materials Project in Culver City, California, and were subsequently placed by the Nixon Foundation in an offsite storage facility in Orange County, California.

On July 10, 2007, Don Bendetti, the chairman of the Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace Foundation, signed a deed of gift deeding the Committee materials to the newly formed Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, part of the National Archives and Records Administration. In February 2008, due to space constraints in Yorba Linda, the materials were moved from the Foundation's offsite storage facility to the NARA facility in Laguna Niguel, California. In November 2008, the Jeb Magruder papers were moved to the Nixon Library and in November 2009, the Frederic Malek papers were moved to the Nixon Library.

Scope and Content Summary

The Frederic Malek papers from the Committee for the Re-Election of the President Collection (CRP) consists of memoranda, letters, reports, federal files and campaign related materials from Malek’s Deputy Campaign Director office and White House Personnel Operations (WHPO) office. These materials relate to the operation of the Committee, the formation and implementation of the Citizens and Political Divisions, and also include materials relating to personnel and communication in the government at large. The papers are arranged into four series: Correspondence, Campaign Administrative, Citizens Division and Political Division.

The Correspondence series is arranged alphabetically and thereafter chronologically when applicable. There is one sub-series of WHPO materials relating to administration communication, management of non-career personnel and Malek’s article for the Harvard Business Review. Within this sub-series, the memorandums are arranged chronologically, the remaining subject files are arranged alphabetically.   

The second series of materials are Campaign Administrative Files. These files consist of documents relating to the creation and day to day operations of the CRP at large. This series is arranged alphabetically.

The third series consist of materials relating to the Citizens Division. The citizen groups or voters blocs were groups of people organized to assist in the re-election of the President Nixon. The groups are Agriculture (Farm), Blacks, Business & Industry, Catholic, Educators & Teachers, General Citizens, Heritage, Intellectuals, Jewish, Labor, Lawyers, Older Americans, Physicians & Dentists, Spanish-Speaking, Special Ballots (Transient), Urban Citizens (Ethnic), Veterans, Women and Youth. These files are arranged alphabetically by group/bloc, and then alphabetically within each group.

The fourth series relates to materials regarding the Political Division. Regional directors were hired to serve as point people for the campaign in designated regions of the county. These materials include documents relating to the canvassing of voters and information relating to state committee activities and chairmen. The files are arranged alphabetically. There is one sub-series of state files, which are arranged alphabetically.

 [See Also:  Malek's White House Special Files and the Malek's White House Central Files]

Folder Title List

SERIES I: Correspondence

Box 1

Chron File – January, February, and March
Chron File – April, May, and June (1 of 2)
Chron File – April, May, and June (2 of 2)
Chron File – July / August (1 of 2)
Chron File – July / August (2 of 2)
Chron File – September / October (1 of 2)
Chron File – September / October (1 of 2)
Alphabetical – Copy File (1 of 3)
Alphabetical – Copy File (2 of 3)
Alphabetical – Copy File (3 of 3)
Malek, Frederic V. – Personal (1 of 2)
Malek, Frederic V. – Personal (2 of 2)
Malek Invitations

Box 2

Sub-Series A: White House Personnel Operation (WHPO)

WH Personnel Operation (Memoranda, correspondence) 1971-72, March 1971-present
WH Personnel Operation (Memoranda, correspondence) February 1971 (1 of 3)
WH Personnel Operation (Memoranda, correspondence) February 1971 (2 of 3)
WH Personnel Operation (Memoranda, correspondence) February 1971 (3 of 3)
WH Personnel Operation (Memoranda, correspondence) 1971-72, March 1971-present (1 of 7)
WH Personnel Operation (Memoranda, correspondence) 1971-72, March 1971-present (2 of 7)
WH Personnel Operation (Memoranda, correspondence) 1971-72, March 1971-present (3 of 7)
WH Personnel Operation (Memoranda, correspondence) 1971-72, March 1971-present (4 of 7)
WH Personnel Operation (Memoranda, correspondence) 1971-72, March 1971-present (5 of 7)
WH Personnel Operation (Memoranda, correspondence) 1971-72, March 1971-present (6 of 7)
WH Personnel Operation (Memoranda, correspondence) 1971-72, March 1971-present (7 of 7)
[Agency Briefing books – Agency Communications I]
[Agency Briefing books – Agency Communications II]
[Agency Briefing books – Agency Communications III]

Box 3

[Briefing Papers on Departmental Communications I]
[Briefing Papers on Departmental Communications II]
[Briefing Papers on Departmental Communications III]
[Broadcast Papers on HEW]
[Communications Project]
Communications Project- Misc. backup documents
[Communications Study – a progress report]
[Coordination of News events among the White House & the Departments]
[Departmental Reviews (collages)]
[File copy Feb. 26, 1971 – Handbook – Management of Non-Career Personnel]
[Final Report on the National Defense Executive Reserve Project]

Box 4

[Final Report on Strengthening Administration Communications] (1 of 3)
[Final Report on Strengthening Administration Communications] (2 of 3)
[Final Report on Strengthening Administration Communications] (3 of 3)
[Harvard Business Review Article – Notes]
[Harvard Business Review Article – Correspondence] (1 of 2)
[Harvard Business Review Article – Correspondence] (2 of 2)
[The Business Executive and the Government Behemoth]
[Can working for the government make the government work?]
[Management Improvement in the Federal Government]
[Harvard Business Review Article – Dated Drafts]
[Harvard Business Review Article – Working Drafts] (1 of 4)
[Harvard Business Review Article – Working Drafts] (2 of 4)
[Harvard Business Review Article – Working Drafts] (3 of 4)
[Harvard Business Review Article – Working Drafts] (4 of 4)
John Grinalds
[Management of Non-Career Personnel Summary of Recommendations] (1 of 3)
[Management of Non-Career Personnel Summary of Recommendations] (2 of 3)
[Management of Non-Career Personnel Summary of Recommendations] (3 of 3)

Box 5

[Management of Non-Career Personnel Recommendations for Improvement]
[Memo – Recommendations for Strengthening Management of Non-Career Personnel]
[Minority media plans]
[Strengthening Administration Communications]
[Strengthening Administration Communications – Correspondence] (1 of 2)
[Strengthening Administration Communications – Correspondence] (2 of 2)
[Revision to the weekly Communications plan]
[Summary of Communications Reports]
[“Welcome Home Workload” – Memo Dec. 22, 1971]
White House Communications (cont.) April, 1971 (1 of 3)
White House Communications (cont.) April, 1971 (2 of 3)
White House Communications (cont.) April, 1971 (3 of 3)
White House Communications (cont.) May 1971 (1 of 4)
White House Communications (cont.) May 1971 (2 of 4)
White House Communications (cont.) May 1971 (3 of 4)
White House Communications (cont.) May 1971 (4 of 4)

Box 6

White House Communications (cont.) June, 1971
White House Communications (cont.) July 1971
[“White Papers” – Highlights of Profess in Civil Rights & Related Social Programs]
[Year End Report ’72 Dept. Issues]

Series II: Campaign Administrative Files

1972 Campaign Fact Book (1 of 6)
1972 Campaign Fact Book (2of 6)
1972 Campaign Fact Book (3 of 6)
1972 Campaign Fact Book (4 of 6)
1972 Campaign Fact Book (5 of 6)
1972 Campaign Fact Book (6 of 6)
[1972 Election – Statiscope Slide-Chart Pocket Guide]
Administrative ODLE (1 of 3)
Administrative ODLE (2 of 3)
Administrative ODLE (3 of 3)
Advertising
[An Analysis of the McGovern Campaign – Jun 12, 1972]
Aviation
[Budget] (1 of 2)
[Budget] (2 of 2)

Box 7

Budgets (1 of 5)
Budgets (2 of 5)
Budgets (3 of 5)
Budgets (4 of 5)
Budgets (5 of 5)
[Budget Meetings]
Camp David
Camp David – Fun Talking Points
Campaign Advertising (1 of 3)
Campaign Advertising (2 of 3)
Campaign Advertising (3 of 3)
Campaign & Administration (1 of 3)
Campaign & Administration (2 of 3)
Campaign & Administration (3 of 3)
Campaign Ballot Security
[Campaign – Budget] (1 of 7)

Box 8

[Campaign – Budget] (2 of 7)
[Campaign – Budget] (3 of 7)
[Campaign – Budget] (4 of 7)
[Campaign – Budget] (5 of 7)
[Campaign – Budget] (6 of 7)
[Campaign – Budget] (7 of 7)
Campaign Candidates (1 of 7)
Campaign Candidates (2 of 7)
Campaign Candidates (3 of 7)
Campaign Candidates (4 of 7)
Campaign Candidates (5 of 7)
Campaign Candidates (6 of 7)
Campaign Candidates (7 of 7)
Campaign Celebrities
Campaign – Communications/Public Relations
Campaign Controller
Campaign – Convention Information (1 of 7)
Campaign – Convention Information (2 of 7)
Campaign – Convention Information (3 of 7)

Box 9

Campaign – Convention Information (4 of 7)
Campaign – Convention Information (5 of 7)
Campaign – Convention Information (6of 7)
Campaign – Convention Information (7 of 7)
Campaign – Direct Mail (1 of 4)
Campaign – Direct Mail (2 of 4)
Campaign – Direct Mail (3 of 4)
Campaign – Direct Mail (4 of 4)
Campaign – Expansion of CREP
Campaign Finance (1 of 2)
Campaign Finance (2 of 2)
Campaign – Fund Raisers
Campaign General I (1 of 2)
Campaign General I (2 of 2)
Campaign General II (1 of 2)
Campaign General II (2 of 2)
Campaign – General Election Strategy
Campaign – Governor Wallace

Box 10

Campaign – Key Cities Manual
Campaign Management Audit (1 of 2)
Campaign Management Audit (2 of 2)
Campaign – Miscellaneous (1 of 4)
Campaign – Miscellaneous (2 of 4)
Campaign – Miscellaneous (3 of 4)
Campaign – Miscellaneous (4 of 4)
[Campaign Organization]
Campaign Package 1972 (1 of 5)
Campaign Package 1972 (21 of 5)
Campaign Package 1972 (3 of 5)
Campaign Package 1972 (4 of 5)
Campaign Package 1972 (5 of 5)
Campaign Personnel Recommendations
Campaign – Phone Lists (1 of 3)
Campaign – Phone Lists (2 of 3)
Campaign – Phone Lists (3 of 3)
Campaign – Planning and Strategy (1 of 4)
Campaign – Planning and Strategy (2 of 4)

Box 11

Campaign – Planning and Strategy (3 of 4)
Campaign – Planning and Strategy (4 of 4)
Campaign – Planning for the Primary States
Campaign – Polling Data (1 of 4)
Campaign – Polling Data (2 of 4)
Campaign – Polling Data (3 of 4)
Campaign – Polling Data (4 of 4)
Campaign – Presidential Scheduling (1 of 2)
Campaign – Presidential Scheduling (2 of 2)
Campaign – Press & PR
Campaign – Promotional Materials (1 of 7)
Campaign – Promotional Materials (2 of 7)
Campaign – Promotional Materials (3 of 7)
Campaign – Promotional Materials (4 of 7)
Campaign – Promotional Materials (5 of 7)
Campaign – Promotional Materials (6 of 7)
Campaign – Promotional Materials (7 of 7)

Box 12

Campaign Progress Reports
[Campaign Report] (1 of 5)
[Campaign Report] (2 of 5)
[Campaign Report] (3 of 5)
[Campaign Report] (4 of 5)
[Campaign Report] (5 of 5)
Campaign – Senator McGovern (1 of 4)
Campaign – Senator McGovern (2 of 4)
Campaign – Senator McGovern (3of 4)
Campaign – Senator McGovern (4 of 4)
Campaign – Senior Advisors
Campaign – Surrogate Speakers (1 of 3)
Campaign – Surrogate Speakers (2 of 3)
Campaign – Surrogate Speakers (3 of 3)
Campaign – Telephone Operations
Campaign – Vice President
Campaign – Volunteers
Campaign – Voter Registration (1 of 4)
Campaign – Voter Registration (2 of 4)

Box 13

Campaign – Voter Registration (3 of 4)
Campaign – Voter Registration (4 of 4)
Campaign – Weekly Reports (1 of 2)
Campaign – Weekly Reports (2 of 2)
[Chamber of Commerce Executives Committee] (1 of 2)
[Chamber of Commerce Executives Committee] (2 of 2)
Chapman Reports
Combined Campaign/White House Activities and Responsibilities (1 of 2)
Combined Campaign/White House Activities and Responsibilities (2 of 2)
Committee for the Re-Election of the President (1 of 4)
Committee for the Re-Election of the President (2 of 4)
Committee for the Re-Election of the President (3 of 4)
Committee for the Re-Election of the President (4 of 4)
Communications Office [Empty]
Competitive Analysis Reports
Convention (1 of 2)
Convention (2 of 2)

Box 14

Convention Invitations
Convention Progress Reports
Core Programs
CPR – Campaign ’72 (1 of 5)
CPR – Campaign ’72 (2 of 5)
CPR – Campaign ’72 (3 of 5)
CPR – Campaign ’72 (4 of 5)
CPR – Campaign ’72 (5 of 5)
Democratic National Convention
Democrats for the President (1 of 2)
Democrats for the President (2 of 2)
Democrats for Nixon Committee (1 of 2)
Democrats for Nixon Committee (2 of 2)
Demographic Analysis second wave campaign polls Fifteen States, June 11-30, 1972 (1 of 2)
Demographic Analysis second wave campaign polls Fifteen States, June 11-30, 1972 (2 of 2)
Demographic Profile Oct. 1972 (1 of 4)
Demographic Profile Oct. 1972 (2 of 4)
Demographic Profile Oct. 1972 (3 of 4)
Demographic Profile Oct. 1972 (4 of 4)

Box 15

Demographic Profile Total August 1972 (1 of 7)
Demographic Profile Total August 1972 (2 of 7)
Demographic Profile Total August 1972 (3 of 7)
Demographic Profile Total August 1972 (4 of 7)
Demographic Profile Total August 1972 (5 of 7)
Demographic Profile Total August 1972 (6 of 7)
Demographic Profile Total August 1972 (7 of 7)
Direct Mail Programs, Telephone and Volunteers (1 of 4)
Direct Mail Programs, Telephone and Volunteers (2 of 4)
Direct Mail Programs, Telephone and Volunteers (3 of 4)
Direct Mail Programs, Telephone and Volunteers (4 of 4)
[Draft – 1972 Republican Platform] (1 of 4)
[Draft – 1972 Republican Platform] (2 of 4)
[Draft – 1972 Republican Platform] (3 of 4)
[Draft – 1972 Republican Platform] (4 of 4)

Box 16

Eagleton, Senator Thomas F.
Ed Sexton Expenses (1 of 2)
Ed Sexton Expenses (2 of 2)
Election Day and Night
[Federal Elections Campaign Act of 1971]
Federal Election Laws
Federal Political Personnel Manual I (1 of 3)
Federal Political Personnel Manual I (2 of 3)
Federal Political Personnel Manual I (3 of 3)
[Federal Political Personnel Manual] II
[Federal Political Personnel Manual] III (1 of 3)
[Federal Political Personnel Manual] III (2 of 3)
[Federal Political Personnel Manual] III (3 of 3)
First Wave Campaign – Eleven States Dec. 16,’71 – Jan 25, ‘72
[Foreign Affairs Fact Sheets]
Get Out the Vote (1 of 3)
Get Out the Vote (2 of 3)

Box 17

Get Out the Vote (3 of 3)
House & Senate Races
Inaugural
John N. Mitchell – Information
Kennedy Center
Key State Budget Proposals
Lo Letters
[Mailer – Citizens & Volunteers for the Re-Election of the President]
Market Opinion Research [Poll Data] (1 of 7)
Market Opinion Research [Poll Data] (2 of 7)
Market Opinion Research [Poll Data] (3 of 7)
Market Opinion Research [Poll Data] (4 of 7)
Market Opinion Research [Poll Data] (5 of 7)
Market Opinion Research [Poll Data] (6 of 7)
Market Opinion Research [Poll Data] (1 of 7)
Meetings with President
[Office Procedures]
[Planning for the Primary States]
[Planning for the Re-Election of the President]

Box 18

Polling (1 of 2)
Polling (2 of 2)
Polling - Misc.
Presidential and other phone calls (1 of 2)
Presidential and other phone calls (2 of 2)
Presidential Speech (5/8) Follow-up Efforts 5-9 (1 of 2)
Presidential Speech (5/8) Follow-up Efforts 5-9 (2 of 2)
Presidential Speech (5/8) Follow-up Efforts 5/10 (1 of 4)
Presidential Speech (5/8) Follow-up Efforts 5/10 (2 of 4)
Presidential Speech (5/8) Follow-up Efforts 5/10 (3 of 4)
Presidential Speech (5/8) Follow-up Efforts 5/10 (4 of 4)
[President’s visit to Committee Offices – Sep. 30. 2971]
Promotional Materials (1 of 6)
Promotional Materials (2 of 6)
Promotional Materials (3 of 6)
Promotional Materials (4 of 6)

Box 19

Promotional Materials (5 of 6)
Promotional Materials (6 of 6)
Receptions (1 of 2)
Receptions (2 of 2)
Report File
Report of the 1970 New York City Republican Campaign
[Report of the 1970 New York City Republican Campaign] Appendix (1 of 2)
[Report of the 1970 New York City Republican Campaign] Appendix (2 of 2)
Republican National Committee (1 of 2)
Republican National Committee (1 of 2)
Scheduling – General (1 of 3)
Scheduling – General (2 of 3)
Scheduling – General (3 of 3)
[Second Wave Demographic Summary]
Speakers Program
[Speech – Vietnam] (1 of 2)
[Speech – Vietnam] (1 of 2)
Spokesman Resources Division

Box 20

Spokesman Resources Program Final Report (1 of 4)
Spokesman Resources Program Final Report (2 of 4)
Spokesman Resources Program Final Report (3 of 4)
Spokesman Resources Program Final Report (4 of 4)
Strategy Meetings
[Surrogates]
[Surrogate Attack Plan]
Surrogates – General
[Surrogate Services Tour Office – Budget]
Takeover
[Target ’72 – Registration Manual]
[Telephone Campaign] (1 of 3)
[Telephone Campaign] (2 of 3)
[Telephone Campaign] (3 of 3)
[Telephone Campaign – Election Day Report]
Telephone Centers (1 of 2)
Telephone Centers (2 of 2)
“Ten Days of Victory”, an interim report by the Committee for the Re-Election of the President

Box 21

[“Ten Days after Victory”]
Ticket Splitting Maps (1 of 2)
Ticket Splitting Maps (2 of 2)
Tour Office
Vietnam #1 (1 of 2)
Vietnam #1 (2 of 2)
Volunteers
Volunteer Program (1 of 3)
Volunteer Program (2 of 3)
Volunteer Program (3 of 3)
[Voter Registration]
[Washington Post (Potomac) Article]

Series III: Citizens Groups

Box 22

Agriculture (1 of 4)
Agriculture (2 of 4)
Agriculture (3 of 4)
Agriculture (4 of 4)
Agriculture Guidelines
Agriculture Scheduling (1 of 2)
Agriculture Scheduling (2 of 2)
Agriculture – Weekly Reports (1 of 2)
Agriculture – Weekly Reports (2 of 2)
Budget – Farm
Citizens – Agriculture (1 of 2)
Citizens – Agriculture (2 of 2)
Citizens – Farmers (1 of 3)
Citizens – Farmers (2 of 3)
Citizens – Farmers (3 of 3)
Farm
The President’s Agricultural Campaign by Clayton Yuetter (1 of 2)
The President’s Agricultural Campaign by Clayton Yuetter (2 of 2)
Scheduling – Farmers
[Surrogates – Agriculture]

Box 23

Blacks I
Blacks II (1 of 14)
Blacks II (2 of 14)
Blacks II (3 of 14)
Blacks II (4 of 14)
Blacks II (5 of 14)
Blacks II (6 of 14)
Blacks II (7 of 14)
Blacks II (8 of 14)
Blacks II (9 of 14)
Blacks II (10 of 14)
Blacks II (11 of 14)
Blacks II (12 of 14)
Blacks II (13 of 14)
Blacks II (14 of 14)
Blacks III (1 of 20)
Blacks III (2 of 20)

Box 24

Blacks III (3 of 20)
Blacks III (4 of 20)
Blacks III (5 of 20)
Blacks III (6 of 20)
Blacks III (7 of 20)
Blacks III (8 of 20)
Blacks III (9 of 20)
Blacks III (10 of 20)
Blacks III (11 of 20)
Blacks III (12 of 20)
Blacks III (13 of 20)
Blacks III (14 of 20)
Blacks III (15 of 20)
Blacks III (16 of 20)
Blacks III (17 of 20)
Blacks III (18 of 20)
Blacks III (19 of 20)
Blacks III (20 of 20)

Box 25

Black Blitz Team Members (1 of 3)
Black Blitz Team Members (2 of 3)
Black Blitz Team Members (3 of 3)
Black Guidelines
Black Scheduling
Blacks – Weekly Reports (1 of 2)
Blacks – Weekly Reports (2 of 2)
Budget – Black
[Campaign – Black Vote] (1 of 4)
[Campaign – Black Vote] (2 of 4)
[Campaign – Black Vote] (3 of 4)
[Campaign – Black Vote] (4 of 4)
Citizens – Blacks I (1 of 2)
Citizens – Blacks I (2 of 2)
Citizens – Blacks II (1 of 7)
Citizens – Blacks II (2 of 7)
Citizens – Blacks II (3 of 7)
Citizens – Blacks II (4 of 7)

Box 26

Citizens – Blacks II (5 of 7)
Citizens – Blacks II (6 of 7)
Citizens – Blacks II (7 of 7)
Citizens – Blacks (Fund-Raising) (1 of 4)
Citizens – Blacks (Fund-Raising) (2 of 4)
Citizens – Blacks (Fund-Raising) (3 of 4)
Citizens – Blacks (Fund-Raising) (4 of 4)
Citizens – Blacks (Polling)
[Convention Materials – Black Delegates] (1 of 2)
[Convention Materials – Black Delegates] (2 of 2)
Push Expo 72, Sept 27 – Oct 1 ‘Save the Children’
Surrogates – Blacks
Business
Business & Industry Guidelines
Business & Industry – Weekly Reports
Budget – Business
Citizens – Business & Industry (1 of 2)
Citizens – Business & Industry (1 of 2)

Box 27

City Chairmen’s Guide, Business & Industry for the President (1 of 3)
City Chairmen’s Guide, Business & Industry for the President (2of 3)
City Chairmen’s Guide, Business & Industry for the President (3 of 3)
Citizens – Business & Industry
Scheduling – Business and Industry [Empty]
Citizens – Catholic Vote (1 of 2)
Citizens – Catholic Vote (2 of 2)
Citizens – Educators
Citizens – Educators and Teachers for the Re-Election of the President
Educators
Educators for Nixon [I]
Educators for Nixon [II]
Educators Scheduling
Educators – Weekly Reports
Memoranda – Citizens – Teachers
Report of the National Director of Educators for the Re-Election of the President I (1 of 2)
Report of the National Director of Educators for the Re-Election of the President I (2 of 2)
Report of the National Director of Educators for the Re-Election of the President II (1 of 2)
Report of the National Director of Educators for the Re-Election of the President II (2 of 2)

Box 28

Budget – Citizens (General and Functional Groups)
Campaign/Citizens Candidates (1 of 4)
Campaign/Citizens Candidates (2 of 4)
Campaign/Citizens Candidates (3 of 4)
Campaign/Citizens Candidates (4 of 4)
Campaign – General Citizens
Citizens – Advertising [Empty]
[Citizens Committee] I (1 of 2)
[Citizens Committee] I (2 of 2)
[Citizens Committee] II (1 of 10)
[Citizens Committee] II (2 of 10)
[Citizens Committee] II (3 of 10)
[Citizens Committee] II (4 of 10)
[Citizens Committee] II (5 of 10)
[Citizens Committee] II (6 of 10)
[Citizens Committee] II (7 of 10)
[Citizens Committee] II (8 of 10)
[Citizens Committee] II (9 of 10)
[Citizens Committee] II (10 of 10)

Box 29

Citizens – Committee Prospects (1 of 2)
Citizens – Committee Prospects (2 of 2)
Citizens – Defense Information Service
Citizens – Field Operations
Citizens – General I
Citizens – General II (1 of 2)
Citizens – General II (2 of 2)
[Citizens Groups and Programs]
Citizens Groups [Dividing Line tag]
Citizens – Miscellaneous
Citizens – National Citizens Groups (1 of 3)
Citizens – National Citizens Groups (2 of 3)
Citizens – National Citizens Groups (3 of 3)
[Citizens Presentation]
Citizens – Shearer
[Citizens/Voting Bloc Budget] (1 of 2)
[Citizens/Voting Bloc Budget] (2 of 2)
City Chairman’s Guide Book (1 of 2)
City Chairman’s Guide Book (2 of 2)

Box 30

Miscellaneous Citizens/WH
Memoranda – Citizens – Public Relations Executives
Overall Citizens
Overall Citizens – Weekly Reports (1 of 2)
Overall Citizens – Weekly Reports (2 of 2)
Presidential/First Family Scheduling
[Presidential Scheduling]
P.R. Outlines for Voter Blocks (1 of 2)
P.R. Outlines for Voter Blocks (2 of 2)
Voting Bloc – General
Voter Bloc Presentation
Voter Blocs/Presidential Speeches
Voter Blocs – State Budgets (1 of 2)
Voter Blocs – State Budgets (2 of 2)
[Weekly Reports]
[Heritage Groups]
[Report of the Heritage Volunteers Program]
Report of the Heritage Volunteers Program (1 of 2)
Report of the Heritage Volunteers Program (2 of 2)
Intellectuals for the President

Box 31

Budget – Jewish
[Campaign Plan – Jewish Community]
Citizens – Jewish I
Citizens – Jewish II (1 of 2)
Citizens – Jewish II (2 of 2)
Jewish I
Jewish II (1 of 2)
Jewish II (2 of 2)
Jewish Guidelines
Jewish – Weekly Reports
Budget – Labor
Citizens – Labor I
Citizens – Labor II (1 of 2)
Citizens – Labor II (2 of 2)
Labor I
Labor II (1 of 3)
Labor II (2 of 3)
Labor II (3 of 3)
[Labor Committee]
[Labor Committee – Endorsements]
[The Labor Task Force Transcripts of Proceedings – July 21, 73]

Box 32

[The Labor Task Force Transcripts of Proceedings – July 22, 73]
Labor – Weekly Reports
Report on Labor and the Blue-Collar Worker (1 of 6)
Report on Labor and the Blue-Collar Worker (2 of 6)
Report on Labor and the Blue-Collar Worker (3 of 6)
Report on Labor and the Blue-Collar Worker (4 of 6)
Report on Labor and the Blue-Collar Worker (5 of 6)
Report on Labor and the Blue-Collar Worker (6 of 6)
Budgets – Lawyers
Citizens – Lawyers (1 of 2) I
Citizens – Lawyers (2 of 2) I
Citizens – Lawyers II (1 of 2)
Citizens – Lawyers II (2 of 2)
Lawyers (1 of 6)
Lawyers (2 of 6)

Box 33

Lawyers (3 of 6)
Lawyers (4 of 6)
Lawyers (5 of 6)
Lawyers (6 of 6)
Lawyers – Weekly Reports
Lawyers – Guidelines
Budget – Elderly
Citizens – Older Americans I (1 of 3)
Citizens – Older Americans I (2 of 3)
Citizens – Older Americans I (3 of 3)
Citizens – Older Americans II (1 of 8)
Citizens – Older Americans II (2 of 8)
Citizens – Older Americans II (3 of 8)
Citizens – Older Americans II (4 of 8)
Citizens – Older Americans II (5 of 8)
Citizens – Older Americans II (6 of 8)

Box 34

Citizens – Older Americans II (7 of 8)
Citizens – Older Americans II (8 of 8)
Citizens – Older American (Trip Reports) (1 of 3)
Citizens – Older American (Trip Reports) (2 of 3)
Citizens – Older American (Trip Reports) (3 of 3)
Final Report CREP Older Americans Division 2072 (1 of 7)
Final Report CREP Older Americans Division 2072 (2 of 7)
Final Report CREP Older Americans Division 2072 (3 of 7)
Final Report CREP Older Americans Division 2072 (4 of 7)
Final Report CREP Older Americans Division 2072 (5 of 7)
Final Report CREP Older Americans Division 2072 (6 of 7)
Final Report CREP Older Americans Division 2072 (7 of 7)
Older Americans I (1 of 8)
Older Americans I (2 of 8)
Older Americans I (3 of 8)
Older Americans I (4 of 8)

Box 35

Older Americans I (5 of 8)
Older Americans I (6 of 8)
Older Americans I (7 of 8)
Older Americans I (8 of 8)
Older Americans II (1 of 8)
Older Americans II (2 of 8)
Older Americans II (3 of 8)
Older Americans II (4 of 8)
Older Americans II (5 of 8)
Older Americans II (6 of 8)
Older Americans II (7 of 8)
Older Americans II (8 of 8)
Older Americans III
[Older Americans Division] (1 of 3)
[Older Americans Division] (2 of 3)

Box 36

[Older Americans Division] (3 of 3)
Older Americans Guidelines
[Older Americans Scheduling]
Scheduling – Older Americans
Budget – Doctors
Citizens – Physicians & Dentists
Physicians
Physicians/Dentists
[Physicians and Dentists]
Physicians & Dentists Guidelines
Physicians & Dentists - Weekly Reports
Citizens – Spanish Speaking I (1 of 3)
Citizens – Spanish Speaking I (2 of 3)
Citizens – Spanish Speaking I (3 of 3)
Citizens – Spanish Speaking II (1 of 4)
Citizens – Spanish Speaking II (2 of 4)
Citizens – Spanish Speaking II (3 of 4)
Citizens – Spanish Speaking II (4 of 4)
Report of Public Appearances of Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity Phillip V. Sanchez (1 of 2)
Report of Public Appearances of Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity Phillip V. Sanchez (2 of 2)
Report of Public Appearances of General Counsel Bert A. Gallegos (1 of 2)
Report of Public Appearances of General Counsel Bert A. Gallegos (2 of 2)

Box 37

Spanish-Speaking I (1 of 6)
Spanish-Speaking I (2 of 6)
Spanish-Speaking I (3 of 6)
Spanish-Speaking I (4 of 6)
Spanish-Speaking I (5 of 6)
Spanish-Speaking I (6 of 6)
Spanish-Speaking II (1 of 9)
Spanish-Speaking II (2 of 9)
Spanish-Speaking II (3 of 9)
Spanish-Speaking II (4 of 9)
Spanish-Speaking II (5 of 9)
Spanish-Speaking II (6 of 9)
Spanish-Speaking II (7 of 9)
Spanish-Speaking II (8 of 9)
Spanish-Speaking II (9 of 9)
Spanish-Speaking III

Box 38

[Spanish-speaking Budget]
Spanish-speaking Guidelines (1 of 3)
Spanish-speaking Guidelines (2 of 3)
Spanish-speaking Guidelines (3 of 3)
[Spanish-speaking Scheduling] (1 of 2)
[Spanish-speaking Scheduling] (2 of 2)
[Spanish-speaking Study]
Spanish speaking Surrogate Program
Spanish speaking Weekly Reports (1 of 3)
Spanish speaking Weekly Reports (2 of 3)
Spanish speaking Weekly Reports (3 of 3)
[Study of Values and Opinions among the Spanish-speaking Population of four cities] (1 of 2)
[Study of Values and Opinions among the Spanish-speaking Population of four cities] (2 of 2)
Surrogates – Spanish speaking
Budget – Transients
Campaign 1972: Special Ballot Program Plan
Citizens – Special Ballots (1 of 4)

Box 39

Citizens – Special Ballots (2 of 4)
Citizens – Special Ballots (3 of 4)
Citizens – Special Ballots (4 of 4)
[Meeting on Special Ballots – Jun 14, 2072]
Special Ballots (1 of 2)
Special Ballots (2 of 2)
Special Ballots Guidelines
[Special Ballot Program Final Report] (1 of 3)
[Special Ballot Program Final Report] (2 of 3)
[Special Ballot Program Final Report] (3 of 3)
[Special Ballot Program Plan] I
[Special Ballot Program Plan] II
Special Ballots – Weekly Reports
Budget – Ethnics
Citizens – Ethnics (1 of 2)
Citizens – Ethnics (2 of 2)
Citizens – Ethnics (1 of 4)
Citizens – Ethnics (2 of 4)
Citizens – Ethnics (3 of 4)

Box 40

Citizens – Ethnics (4 of 4)
Citizens – Urban Citizens
Ethnics
Ethnic (1 of 7)
Ethnic (2 of 7)
Ethnic (3 of 7)
Ethnic (4 of 7)
Ethnic (5 of 7)
Ethnic (6 of 7)
Ethnic (7 of 7)
Ethnics – Berkshire Project (1 of 2)
Ethnics – Berkshire Project (2 of 2)
Ethnic (Urban Citizens) Scheduling (1 of 2)
Ethnic (Urban Citizens) Scheduling (2 of 2)
Surrogate Ethnics
Urban Citizens (1 of 13)
Urban Citizens (2 of 13)
Urban Citizens (3 of 13)
Urban Citizens (4 of 13)

Box 41

Urban Citizens (5 of 13)
Urban Citizens (6 of 13)
Urban Citizens (7 of 13)
Urban Citizens (8 of 13)
Urban Citizens (9 of 13)
Urban Citizens (10 of 13)
Urban Citizens (11 of 13)
Urban Citizens (12 of 13)
Urban Citizens (13 of 13)
Urban Citizens Guidelines
Urban Citizens – Weekly Reports
Budget – Veterans
Citizens – Veterans
Memoranda – Citizens – Veterans (1 of 2)
Memoranda – Citizens – Veterans (2 of 2)
Memoranda – Citizens – Veterans - Trip Reports
[Surrogates – Veterans]
Veterans
Veterans

Box 42

Veterans Guidelines
[Veterans – Scheduling]
Veterans – Weekly Reports
Budget – Volunteers/Women
[Campaign Plan – Women for the President]
Campaign – Women Surrogates
Citizens – Volunteers (Women) (1 of 2)
Citizens – Volunteers (Women) (2 of 2)
Memoranda – Citizens – Volunteers/Women
Final Report – Appearances by Women Appointees (1 of 4)
Final Report – Appearances by Women Appointees (2 of 4)
Final Report – Appearances by Women Appointees (3 of 4)
Final Report – Appearances by Women Appointees (4 of 4)
[Plan – To reach Women]
[Surrogate Plan – High-level Women Appointees] (1 of 2)
[Surrogate Plan – High-level Women Appointees] (2 of 2)
Surrogates – Women
Women
Women Scheduling

Box 43

Budget – Youth
Citizens – Youth (1 of 2)
Citizens – Youth (2 of 2)
Citizens – Memoranda – Youth (Advertising, Communications, Public Relations)
Memoranda – Citizens – Youth (1 of 5)
Memoranda – Citizens – Youth (2 of 5)
Memoranda – Citizens – Youth (3 of 5)
Memoranda – Citizens – Youth (4 of 5)
Memoranda – Citizens – Youth (5 of 5)
Surrogates – Youth
Young Voters (1 of 2)
Young Voters (1 of 2)
Young Voters for the President – Convention Plan
Young Voter Guidelines
Young Voter Scheduling
Young Voters – Weekly Reports (1 of 3)
Young Voters – Weekly Reports (2 of 3)
Young Voters – Weekly Reports (3 of 3)

Box 44

Youth
Youth and the China Trip

Series IV: Political Division

[Canvass] CKO (1 of 6)
[Canvass] CKO (2 of 6)
[Canvass] CKO (3 of 6)
[Canvass] CKO (4 of 6)
[Canvass] CKO (5 of 6)
[Canvass] CKO (6 of 6)
[Canvass Control and Accountability]
Canvass Kick-off (1 of 2)
Canvass Kick-off (2 of 2)
[Canvass Kick-off] (1 of 3)
[Canvass Kick-off] (2 of 3)
[Canvass Kick-off] (3 of 3)
Canvassing (1 of 2)

Box 45

Canvassing (2 of 2)
Campaign – Field Organization (1 of 5)
Campaign – Field Organization (2 of 5)
Campaign – Field Organization (3 of 5)
Campaign – Field Organization (4 of 5)
Campaign – Field Organization (5 of 5)
Campaign – Political Coordination (1 of 2)
Campaign – Political Coordination (2 of 2)
Campaign – Regional Directors (1 of 5)
Campaign – Regional Directors (2 of 5)
Campaign – Regional Directors (3 of 5)
Campaign – Regional Directors (4 of 5)
Campaign – Regional Directors (5 of 5)
Campaign – State Chairmen Lists (1 of 3)
Campaign – State Chairmen Lists (2 of 3)

Box 46

Campaign – State Chairmen Lists (3 of 3)
Miscellaneous States (Alaska, New Mex., North Car., North Dak., S. Dak., Wash.)
Political Coordinators (1 of 4)
Political Coordinators (2 of 4)
Political Coordinators (3 of 4)
Political Coordinators (4 of 4)
Political Coordinator Candidates
Political Division Budget
Political Priorities (1 of 2)
Political Priorities (1 of 2)
Political Profiles of the States (1 of 3)
Political Profiles of the States (2 of 3)
Political Profiles of the States (3 of 3)
Priority States
Scheduling Nixon State Chairman Meetings in Washington (1 of 2)
Scheduling Nixon State Chairman Meetings in Washington (2 of 2)
State Budgets (1 of 3)
State Budgets (2 of 3)

Box 47

State Budgets (3 of 3)
State Chairman Meetings
State Chairman’s Organization Manual [I] (1 of 2)
State Chairman’s Organization Manual [I] (2 of 2)
State Chairman’s Organization Manual [II]
[State Guidelines]
State Guidelines #2 [Compendium] (1 of 2)
State Guidelines #2 [Compendium] (2 of 2)
State Profiles (1 of 2)
State Profiles (2 of 2)
State Research – Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York (1 of 11)
State Research – Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York (2 of 11)
State Research – Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York (3 of 11)
State Research – Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York (4 of 11)
State Research – Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York (5 of 11)
State Research – Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York (6 of 11)

Box 48

State Research – Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York (7 of 11)
State Research – Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York (8 of 11)
State Research – Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York (9 of 11)
State Research – Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York (10 of 11)
State Research – Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York (11 of 11)
Target Dates – State Selection (1 of 2)
Target Dates – State Selection (2 of 2)

Sub-Series A: States

Alabama
Arkansas
California I
California II (1 of 3)
California II (2 of 3)
California II (3 of 3)
California Strategy – Primary (1 of 6)
California Strategy – Primary (2 of 6)
California Strategy – Primary (3 of 6)
California Strategy – Primary (4 of 6)
California Strategy – Primary (5 of 6)
California Strategy – Primary (6 of 6)

Box 49

Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Florida
Florida Fact Book
Hawaii
Illinois I
Illinois II
Illinois Fact Book (1 of 2)
Illinois Fact Book (2 of 2)
Indiana
Indiana Fact Book
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts I
Massachusetts II
Maryland
Michigan I
Michigan II
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri

Box 50

Nebraska
New Hampshire I
New Hampshire I
New Hampshire Fact Book
North Carolina
Ohio
Pennsylvania I
Pennsylvania II (1 of 2)
Pennsylvania II (2 of 2)
New Jersey (1 of 2)
New Jersey (2 of 2)
New York
Ohio
Oregon
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont
Virginia
West Virginia I
West Virginia I
Wisconsin II
Wisconsin II
Wisconsin Primary

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