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Richard Nixon Presidential Daily Diary  (1969) 
November 1969 Week 2

The White House
President Richard Nixon's Daily Diary
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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 2, 1969
 CAMP DAVID, MD TIME DAY
11:18 am Sunday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
11:18 P

The President talked with his Asst for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger.

12:11 12:12 P

The President talked with his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods.

12:30 2:00

The President met with his Asst for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger.

1:12 1:18 P

The President talked long distance with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman in Washington, D. C.

3:10 3:14 R

The President talked with his Asst for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger.

3:19 3:20 P

The President talked with his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods.

4:30 5:00

The President met with his Asst for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger.

5:06 5:08

The President went to the bowling alley.

5:49 5:51

The President returned to his Residence (Aspen).

6:10 6:14 R

The President talked with his Asst for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger.

6:38 6:39 R

The President talked with his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods.

7:54 7:58 P

The President talked long distance with his Asst for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger in Washington, D. C.

8:03 8:13 P

The President talked long distance with his Asst for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger in Washington, D. C.

8:14 8:17 P

The President talked long distance with his Asst for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger in Washington, D. C.

8:21 8:22 P

The President talked long distance with his Asst for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger in Washington, D. C.

The White House
President Richard Nixon's Daily Diary
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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 2, 1969
 CAMP DAVID, MD TIME DAY
9:00 pm Sunday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
9:00 9:02 P

The President talked long distance with his Asst for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger in Washington, D. C.

10:39 P

The President telephoned long distance to his Asst, H. R. Haldeman in Washington, D. C. The call was not completed.

10:40 10:55 P

The President talked long distance with Atty General John N. Mitchell in Washington, D. C.

11:17 P

The President telephoned long distance to his Asst, H. R. Haldeman in Washington, D. C. The call was not completed.

11:25 11:26 P

The President talked long distance with his Asst for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger in Washington, D. C.

11:40 11:53 R

The President talked long distance with his Asst for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger in Washington, D. C.

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President Richard Nixon's Daily Diary
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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 3, 1969
 CAMP DAVID, MD -
 THE WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON, D. C.
TIME DAY
9:49 am Monday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
9:49 10:05 P

The President talked long distance with his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger in Washington, D. C.

10:15 10:20 P

The President talked long distance with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman in Washington, D. C.

11:20 11:24 P

The President talked long distance with his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger in Washington, D. C.

11:45 11:46 P

The President talked long distance with his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods in Washington, D. C.

12:20 12:55

The President flew by helicopter from Camp David to the South Grounds of the White House. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A".

1:05

The President went to his office in the EOB.

1:04 1:05 P

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

1:06 1:07 P

The President talked with his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods.

The President met with:

1:10 1:58

 H. R. Haldeman, Asst

1:12 1:20

 Rose Mary Woods, Personal Secy

1:32 1:35

1em

1:58 2:09 P

The President talked with his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger.

2:13 2:14 P

The President talked with his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods.

3:58 3:59 P

The President talked with his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods.

4:06 4:07 P

The President talked with his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods.

4:08 4:09 P

The President talked with his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods.

4:52 4:55 P

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 3, 1969
 CAMP DAVID, MD -
 THE WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON, D. C.
TIME DAY
5:13 pm Monday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
5:13 5:18 P

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

6:09 6:16 P

The President talked with his Asst. H. R. Haldeman.

6:12 R

The President was called by his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods. The call was not completed.

6:30 7:00

The President went to the Residence and met with Dr. Kenneth Riland.

6:39 P

The President was called by his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods. The call was not completed.

7:13 7:14 P

The President talked with General Alexander P. Haig.

7:20 7:21 R

The President talked with his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods.

8:05

The President returned to his office in the EOB.

8:07 8:11 P

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

8:55 8:56 P

The President talked with his Spec Asst, William L. Safire.

Vietnam Speech Record added 2/25/76

9:21

The President went to his office in the West Wing.

9:40

The President received a long distance call from Governor Nelson Rockefeller in New York City. New York. The call was not completed.

10:07

The President went to the Second Floor of the Residence.

10:21 10:25 P

The President talked with his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger.

10:28 10:29 R

The President talked with his Personal Secy, Rose Mary Woods.


10:30
10:31

10:34
10:34

R
P

The President talked with:

Henry A Kissenger, Asst
H. R. Haldeman, Asst

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November 3, 1969
 CAMP DAVID, MD -
 THE WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON, D. C.
TIME DAY
10:36 pm Monday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
10:36 10:40 R

The President talked with Vice President Spiro T. Agnew.

10:40 10:45 P

The President talked long distance with Governor Nelson Rockefeller in New York City, New York.

10:45 10:48 P

The President talked with his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger.

10:48 10:50 R

The President talked with his Asst, Bryce N. Harlow.

10:51 10:53 R

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

10:58 11:00 R

The President talked with his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger.

11:03 11:04 R

The President was called by Secy of State, William P. Rogers.

11:07 11:12 P

The President talked with Atty Gen John N. Mitchell

11:12 ? P

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

11:20 11:23 P

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

11:24 11:30 P

The President talked with his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger.

11:31 11:33 P

The President talked with former Secy of State, Dean G. Acheson.

11:33 11:38 P

The President talked long distance with Hobart Lewis in White Plains, New York.

11:40 11:43 P

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Halderman.

11:49 11:53 P

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Halderman.

11:57 12:04 P

The President talked with his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger.

APPENDIX "A"

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFEST - NOVEMBER 3, 1969

FROM: Camp David TO: White House

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

David Eisenhower

Julie Eisenhower

Stanley Bear

Charles R. Larson

Manolo Sanchez

Ronald M. Pontius

Mr. Whipper

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
NOVEMBER 4, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
12:06 am TUESDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
12:06 12:07 P

The President talked long distance with Hobart Lewis in White Plains, New York.

12:08 12:11 P

The President talked long distance with C. G. Rebozo in Florida.

12:12 12:17 P

The President talked with his Assistant. H. R. Haldeman.

12:19 P

The President telephoned his Assistant for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger. The call was not completed.

12:25 12:31 P

The President talked with his Press Secretary, Ronald L. Ziegler.

12:32 12:37 P

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

12:37 12:40 P

The President talked with his Special Assistant, William L. Safire.

12:40 12:41 P

The President talked with his Assistant for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger.

12:45 12:47 P

The President talked with his Special Assistant, Dwight L. Chapin.

12:48 P

The President telephoned long distance to Reverend Billy Graham in North Carolina and San Diego. California. The call was not completed.

12:50 12:52 P

The President talked with his Assistant. H. R. Haldeman.

1:12 1:16 P

The President talked with his Assistant for NSA. Henry A. Kissinger.

9:10

The President had breakfast.

9:18

The President went to his office.

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
NOVEMBER 4, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
9:19 am TUESDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD

The President met with the following members of his staff.

9:19 10:20

 H. R. Haldeman, Assistant

9:36 10:25

 Ronald L. Ziegler, Press Secretary

9:36 10:55

 Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant for NSA'

9:36 10:20

 Jeb Magruder, Special Assistant

9:36 10:25

 Alexander P. Butterfield, Deputy Assistant

9:36 10:25

 Dwight L. Chapin, Special Assistant

9:41 10:27

 Herbert G. Klein, Director of Communications

9:45 10:19

 Patrick J. Buchanan, Special Assistant

10:45 10:55

 Press photographers in to view telegrams received by the President.

9:34 9:36 P

The President talked with Vice President Spiro T. Agnew.

10:45 10:55

The President met with his Press Secretary, Ronald L. Ziegler.

11:03 11:29

The President met with his Personal Secretary, Rose Mary Woods.

11:29 11:34 P

The President talked with U. Alexis Johnson, Under Secre­tary for Political Affairs.

11:35 11:54

The President participated in the promotion ceremony for Colonel Al Haig who was presented with the General's Star. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "A".

11:55 12:06

The President met with:

Joseph S. Farland, U. S. Ambassador to Pakistan
Emil Mosbacher, Chief of Protocol

The President met with:

12:08 12:55

 H. R. Haldeman, Assistant

12:22 12:24

 Rose Mary Woods, Personal Secretary

12:30 12:50

 Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant for NSA

12:57 P

The President telephoned Joseph Alsop. The call was not completed.

The President met with:

1:10 2:30

 H. R. Haldeman, Assistant

1:10 1:20

 Ronald L. Ziegler, Press Secretary

1:10 1:20

 Herbert G. Klein, Director of Communications

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
NOVEMBER 4, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
1:02 pm TUESDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
1:02 1:05 P

The President talked with Joseph Alsop.

1:12 1:16 P

The President talked with his Assistant for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger.

2:40 3:10

The President met with Assistant John D. Ehrlichman.

3:05 3:10

Press photographers in for second picture of telegrams received by the President.

3:08 3:10

The President met with:

Barbara Walter, TV star of the "Today Show".

The President met with:

3:15 3:52

 Members of the Voluntary Action Group. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B".

3:40 4:15

 William E. Brock, Congressman

3:40 4:15

 William E. Timmons, Deputy Assistant

3:40 4:15

 Harry S. Dent, Deputy Counsel

4:17 4:18 P

The President talked with the First Lady.

4:20 4:25

The President met with his Assistant for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger.

4:25 5:16

The President met with:

Alastair Buchan, former Director, British Institute

of Strategic Studies.

5:16 5:47

The President met with:

Robert S. McNamara, former Secretary of Defense
Henry A. Kissinger. Assistant for NSA
5:50 5:51 P

The President talked with the First Lady.

The President met with:

5:51 6:06

 Ronald L. Ziegler, Press Secretary

5:55 7:05

 John D. Ehrlichman, Assistant

5:56 6:05

 The First Lady and Patricia Nixon went to see the telegrams the President had received.

6:06 6:37

The President met with:

Stephen Hess, Deputy Assistant for Urban Affairs

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
NOVEMBER 4, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
6:23 pm TUESDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
6:23 6:30 R

The President talked long distance with Governor Ronald Reagan in London, England.

The President met with:

6:40 7:05

 Bryce N. Harlow, Counsel

6:42 7:05

Daniel P. Moynihan, Counsel

6:50 6:54 P

The President talked with Congressman James C. Wright, Jr.

7:13

The President went to the Residence.

7:51 7:52 P

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

7:53 11:08

The President hosted a stag dinner in honor of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "C".

9:14 9:17 R

The President went to the Usher's office to talk long distance with Gubernatorial candidate William Cahill in New Jersey.

10:46 10:51 R

The President went to the Usher's office to talk long distance with Gubernatorial candidate Linwood Holton in Richmond, Virginia.

11:10

The President went to the Residence.

11:16 11:19 P

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

11:30 11:34 P

The President talked long distance with David Eisenhower in Springfield, Massachusetts.

11:35 11:38 P

The President talked with his daughter, Julie Eisenhower.

11:38 P

The President telephoned Congressman Gerald Ford. The call was not completed.

11:40 11:43 P

The President talked with Congressman Rogers C. B. Morton.

11:46 11:47 P

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

11:48 P

The President telephoned long distance to Governor Nelson Rockefeller in New York City. The call was not completed.

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
NOVEMBER 4, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
11:49pm TUESDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
11:49 11:53 P

The President talked with his Assistant for NSA, Henry A. Kissinger.

11:56 12:02 P

The President talked long distance with Paul Keyes in Los Angeles, California.

11:58 P

The President called long distance to Governor Thomas E. Dewey in New York City. The call was not completed.

APPENDIX "A"

List of those present at General Haig's Promotion Ceremony in the President's Office - 4 Nov 69


The President Brigadier General Alexander M. Haig

Mr. Kissinger

Mrs. Alexander M. Haig

Alexander P. Haig

Barbara E. Haig

Lt. General Alonzo P. Fox (USA-Ret.)


White House Staff


Bob Haldeman

Alex Butterfield

Ken BeLieu

Ken Cole

Colonel Don Hughes

Dwight Chapin

Anselmo Juanich


Kissinger Staff (contd)

Russell Ash
Captain R. C. Robinson
Lt. Colonel William Lemnitzer
Kissinger Staff

Lt. Commander Jon Howe

Tony Lake

Bob Houdek

Dave McManis

Jim Fazio

Muriel Hartley

Other
Secretary Melvin R. Laird
Richard Helms
General Lincoln (OEP)
Colonel John Siegle (OEP)
Theodore Eliot (State)
Colonel Mike Dunn (Vice President's Ofc)
Congressman John. Marsh, Jr.
Colonel DeWitt Smith (JCS)
Dr. Fritz Kraemer (Ofc, Asst. Chief of Staff Army)
Bill Watts

Jeanne Davis

Pete Vaky (Viron P.)

Hal Sonnenfeldt

Hal Saunders

John Holdridge

Rogert Osgood

Lawrence Lynn

Colonel Robert Behr

Winston Lord

Colonel Richard Kennedy

Lora Simkus

Sally Dahler

Julie Pineau

Frank Chapin

Sven Kraemer

APPENDIX "B"

Meeting with the Voluntary Action Group. November 4, 1969.


George W. Romney, Sec of HUD

Charles W. Wilkinson, Special Consultant

Leonard Garment, Special Consultant

Max M. Fisher, Special Consultant

Robert F. Shea, Vice President of the American Natl Red Cross

APPENDIX "C"

DINNER AT THE WHITE HOUSE

Tuesday, November 4, 1969

at eight o' clock

The President


His Royal Highness The Prince Philip

Duke of Edinburgh

H. E. The British Ambassador

The Right Honorable John Freeman

Mr. James B. V. Orr

Private Secretary & Personal Aide to Prince Philip


The Vice President

The Chief Justice

The Secretary of State

The Secretary of Defense

The Secretary of the Interior

The Secretary of Commerce

Senator J. W. Fulbright (Arkansas)

Senator John J. Williams (Delaware)

Senator Alan Bible (Nevada)

Senator Jennings Randolph (West Virginia)

Senator James B. Pearson (Kansas)

Senator Thomas J. McIntyre (New Hampshire)

Senator Mark O. Hatfield (Oregon)

Senator Robert Dole (Kansas)

Senator Mike Gravel (Alaska)

Rep. Olin E. Teague (Texas)

Rep. Carl Albert (Oklahoma)

Rep. Tom Steed (Oklahoma)

Rep. E. Ross Adair (Indiana)

Rep. Frank T. Bow (Ohio)

Rep. Elford A. Cederberg (Michigan)

Rep. Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen (New Jersey)

Rep. Cornelius E. Gallagher (New Jersey)

Rep. Paul Findley (Illinois)

Rep. W. E. Brock (Tennessee)

Rep. David E. Satterfield, III (Virginia)

Rep. Robert Taft, Jr. (Ohio)

Hon. Dean Acheson

Former Secretary of State

Hon. Dean Rusk

Former Secretary of State

Admiral Thomas H. Moorer

Chief of Naval Operations Hon. Robert L. Kunzig
Admr., General Services Administration

Hon. Emil Mosbacher, Jr.

Chief of Protocol

Hon. James Keogh

Special Assistant to the President

Hon. Henry A. Kissinger

Assistant to the President

Hon. Daniel P. Moynihan

Assistant to the President

Hon. Roy L. Ash

Chmn., President's Advisory Council on Executive Organizations

Hon. Walter N. Thayer

Special Consultant to the President

Hon. Fred J. Russell

Dep. Dir., Office of Emergency Preparedness

Mr. James Farmer

Assistant Secretary of Health, Education & Welfare

Hon. John Hay Whitney

Former U. S. Ambassador to Great Britain

General Emmett O'Donnell

McLean, Virginia

Major General George H. Olmsted

Arlington, Virginia

Mr. Robert H. Abplanalp

Bronxville, New York

Colonel Frank Borman

Seabrook, Texas

Dr. Kingman Brewster, Jr.

New Haven, Connecticut

Mr. J. Carter Brown

Washington, D. C.

Mr. Hugh Bullock

New York, New York

Mr. William J. Casey

New York, New York

Mr. John Chamberlain

New York, New York

Mr. George Champion

New York, New York

Mr. Otis Chandler

Los Angeles, California

Mr. Frank Cormier

Fairfax, Virginia

Mr. James Crosby

New York, New York Mr. Richard G. Danner
Washington, D. C.

Mr. Ralph de Toledano

Washington, D. C.

Mr. Roscoe Drummond

Washington, D. C.

Mr. Mark Evans

Washington, D. C.

Mr. Russell W. Freeburg

Alexandria, Virginia

Mr. Manuel Garcia

Tampa, Florida

Mr. Charles L. Gould

San Francisco, California

Hon. Robert Keith Gray

Washington, D. C .

Mr. Charles J. Greene, Jr.

Washington, D. C.

Mr. William Randolph Hearst, Jr.

New York, New York

Mr. John W. Heffernan

Washington, D. C.

Mr. Christian A. Herter, Jr.

New York, New York

Mr. Bob Hope

North Hollywood, California

Mr. Herbert Kaplow

Falls Church, Virginia

Mr. Donald M. Kendall

New York. New York

Mr. Carroll Kilpatrick

Washington. D. C.

Mr. Bernard J. Lasker

New York, New York

Mr. Robert Lee

Pompano Beach. Florida

Mr. Max Lerner

New York. New York

Mr. Hobart D. Lewis

Pleasantville, New York

Mr. Art Linkletter

Los Angeles, California

Mr. Daniel Lufkin

New York. New York

Mr. Charlton H. Lyons, Sr.

Shreveport. Louisiana

Mr. David J. Mahoney

New York, New York

Mr. J. Willard Marriott

Washington, D. C.

Mr. Paul L. Martin

Washington, D. C.

Mr. Jerem.iah Milbank, Jr.

Washington, D. C.

Hon. Malcolm C. Moos

St. Paul, Minnesota

Mr. William D. Mounger

Jackson, Mississippi

Mr. John A. Mulcahy

New York, New York

Mr. H. Ross Perot

Dallas, Texas

Mr. J. Howard Pew

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Mr. Charles G. Rebozo

Key Biscayne, Florida

Mr. Charles S. Rhyne

Washington, D. C.

Mr. Robert B. Semple, Jr.

Washington, D. C .

Mr. Hugh Sidey

Bethesda, Maryland

Hon. George Smathers

Washington, D. C.

Mr. Howard K. Smith

Bethesda, Maryland

Mr. Merriman Smith

Alexandria, Virginia

Mr. Jack Steele

Washington, D. C.

Mr. W . Clement Stone

Chicago, Illinois

Mr. Michael W. Straight

Washington, D. C.

Mr. Nicholas P. Thimmesch

Washington, D. C.

Mr. Thomas Wakefield

Miami, Florida

Mr. Philip H. Watts

Washington

Mr. Mike Wallace

New York, New York

Mr. William S. White

Washington, D. C.

Mr. Richard L. Wilson

Washington, D. C.
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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
NOVEMBER 5, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
12:00 MN WEDNESDAY
Time

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12:00 R

The President was called by Congressman Gerald R. Ford. The call was not completed.

12:02 R

The President was called long-distance by Governor Nelson Rockefeller in New York City. The call was not completed.

12:03 12:15 P

The President talked long distance with Governor Thomas E. Dewey in New York City.

12:15 12:18 P

The President talked with Congressman Gerald R. Ford

12:18 12:20 R

The President talked long distance with Governor Nelson Rockefeller in New York City.

12:21 12:23 P

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

7:57

The President went to his office.

The President talked with

8:05 8:35
Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant for NSA
8:05 8:35
H. R. Haldeman, Assistant
8:05 8:35
Bryce N. Harlow, Counsellor
8:05 8:35
Harry Dent, Deputy Counsel
8:05 8:35
Alexander Butterfield, Deputy Assistant
8:05 8:35
Patrick J. Buchanan, Special Assistant
8:05 8:35
Herbert G. Klein, Director of Communications
8:40 10:15

The President went to the State Dining Room where he appeared on the TV program, "Today" with Barbara Walters.

The President then hosted a breakfast for members of the legislative branch in the State Dining Room. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "A".

10:15

The President returned to his office accompanied by Congressman Leslie Arends.

10:18

Congressman Arends departed.

10:18 10:37

The President met with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

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 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
10:37 am WEDNESDAY
Time

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10:37 12:29

The President attended a meeting of the Cabinet in the Cabinet Room. At the end of the meeting, a group picture was taken outside the Cabinet Room. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B".

11:33 R

The President received a call from his daughter, Patricia Nixon. The call was not completed.

12:29

The President went to his office.

12:31 12:40

The President met with:

John Rollins, Vice Chairman, Republican Naitonal Finance Committee
Harry S. Dent, Deputy Counsel
12:41 12:47

The President met with:

Ted Stevens, Senator
Kenneth E. BeLieu, Deputy Assistant
12:47

The President went to the Residence.

12:50 P

The President telephoned his daughter, Patricia Nixon. The call was not completed.

12:53 1:15

The President and the First Lady greeted:

Gov-elect and Mrs. Linwood Holton
Gov-elect and Mrs. William Cahill

in the circular drive leading to the North Portico. Among those present were:

Vice President and Mrs. Spiro Agnew
Secretary of Treasury David M. Kennedy
Secretary of Labor George P. Shultz
Secretary of Transportation John A. Volpe
1:15 2:16

Following the greeting ceremony, the President and the First Lady hosted a luncheon for:

Vice President and Mrs. Spiro Agnew
Gov-elect and Mrs. Linwood Holton
Gov-elect and Mrs. William Cahill
2:16

The President went to his office.

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NOVEMBER 5, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
2:18 pm WEDNESDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD

The President met with:

2:18 2:50

 H. R. Haldeman, Assistant

2:47 3:15

 Henry A. Kissinger, Assistant

3:11 3:17

 The First Lady

2:42 2:44 R

The President talked with Secretary of State William P. Rogers.

3:17 4:03

The President and the First Lady went to the South Grounds and greeted the Apollo 11 Astronauts and their wives:

Mr. and Mrs. Neil A. Armstrong
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Michael Collins
Col and Mrs. Edwin E. Aldrin

Among others present were Vice President and Mrs. Spiro Agnew, Cabinet members and their wives, Senators and Congressmen and their wives, and many other VIP's.

3:48 R

The President received a call from former Senator Frank Lausche. Eugene Cowen took the call.

5:10 6:20

The President met with Republican freshman Congressmen. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "C".

6:30 6:42

The President met with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger.

6:42

The President went to the Residence.

6:59 7:06 P

The President talked with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger.

7:07 7:08 P

The President talked with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger.

8:22 9:43

The President and the First Lady hosted a dinner for the Apollo 11 Astronauts and their wives. Those present were:

Mr. and Mrs. Neil Armstrong
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Michael Collins
Col. and Mrs. Edwin E. Aldrin
8:54 8:55 P

The President talked with his Special Assistant, Dwight L. Chapin.

9:27 9:29 P

The President talked with Secretary of State William P. Rogers.

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
NOVEMBER 5, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
9:50 pm WEDNESDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
9:50 9:54 P

The President talked with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

9:57 10:00 P

The President talked with his Personal Secretary, Rose Mary Woods.

10:02 10:06 P

The President talked with his brother, Donald Nixon.

10:10 P

The President telephoned long distance to Hobart Lewis in Bedford Hills, New York. The call was not completed.

10:15 P

The President telephoned long distance to General Lucius Clay in New York City. The call was not completed.

10:17 P

The President telephoned his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger. The call was not completed.

10:19 10:32 P

The President talked with his Counsellor, Bryce N. Harlow.

10:36 10:39 P

The President talked long distance with his daughter Julie Eisenhower in Massachusetts.

10:54 10:58 R

The President talked long distance with Hobart Lewis in Bedford Hills, New York.

10:59 11:00 R

The President talked with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger.

11:10 11:13 P

The President talked long distance with Reverend Billy Graham at the Marco Inn at Marco Island, Florida.

APPENDIX "A"
P-4

MEMORANDUM

THE WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON

MEMORANDUM FOR THE WHITE HOUSE POLICE

FROM: Bryce N. Harlow
DATE: November 4, 1969

Please clear the following Congressional Members for a breakfast meeting with the President in~·the State Dining Room for tomorrow, November 5 at 8:30 a.m.:

SENATORS

Howard Baker

Caleb Boggs

Norris Cotton

Carl Curtis

Paul Fannin

Cliff Hansen

Roman Hruska

Karl Mundt

George Murphy

Strom Thurmond

John Tower

John Williams

Bob Dole

CONGRESSMEN

Les Arends

Frank Bow

Bill Brock

ſ Jerry Ford

Jim Fulton

Glen Lipscomb

Rog Morton

Louis Wyman.-Tonie to Ed?

Clark McGregor-Tonie to Ed?

Att General John N. Mitchell


Copies Sent To: E-1 A-4 B-4 G-3 658 Bob Newbrand

APPENDIX "B"
E-4

November 4, 1969

TO: Dwight Chapin
White House Police
Usher's Office
Secret Service
FROM: Office of John C. Whitaker (illegible text)
RE: Cabinet Meeting, Cabinet Room,
Wednesday, November 5, 1969
10:00 to 12 Noon
  1. The President
  2. The Vice President
  3. Secretary of State, William P. Rogers
  4. Secretary of Treasury, David M. Kennedy
  5. Secretary of Defense, Melvin R. Laird
  6. Attorney General, John N. Mitchell
  7. Deputy Postmaster General, Elmer T. Klasson
  8. Secretary of Interior, Walter J. Hickel
  9. Secretary of Agriculture, Clifford M. Hardin
  10. Secretary of Commerce, Maurice H. Stans
  11. Secretary of Labor, George P. Shultz
  12. Secretary of HEW, Robert H. Finch
  13. Secretary of HUD, George W. Romney
  14. Secretary of Transportation, John A. Volpe
  15. Budget Director, Robert P. Mayo
  16. UN Ambassador, Charles W. Yost
  17. Dr. Arthur Burns
  18. Hon. Donald Rumsfeld
  19. Mr. Bryce N. Harlow
  20. Dr. D. P. Moynihan
  21. Hon. Rogers C. B. Morton
  22. P. J. Buchanan
  23. C. S. Blair
  24. L. A. DuBridge
  25. J. D. Ehrlichman
  26. P. M. Flanigan
  27. H. R. Haldeman

Copies Sent to: E-1, A-4, B-4, Bob Newbrand

  1. James Keogh
  2. H. A. Kissinger
  3. H. G. Klein
  4. P. A. McCracken
  5. C. B. Wilkinson
  6. Ron Ziegler
  7. John C. Whitaker

And, the following political and/or personnel representatives from the Departments (from 10:00 to 10:30 A.M. only):

State:
Wil Hastings (pol.)
Bert Rein (pers.)

Treasury:

Don Webster (pol/person)

Defense:

Carl Wallace (pol/pers)
(Bob Froehlke, the personnel man, is out of the country)

Justice:

Kevin Phillips (pol)
George Revercomb (pers)

Post Office:

Paul Carlin (pol)
Henry Albert (pers)

Interior:

Ron Walker (pol)
Barry Dunn (pers)
Agriculure:
Bill Galbraith (pol)

Fritz Behrens (pers)

Commerce:

Tony Chase (pol/pers)

Labor:

Bill Gifford (pol/pers)

HEW:

Pat Gray (pol)
Alan May (pers)

HUD:

March Miller (pol/pers)

Transportation:

David Hays (Pol)
Frank Coy (pers)
Joe Bosco

E-4

MEMORANDUM

THE WHITE HOUSE

WASHINGTON

MEMORANDUM FOR THE WHITE HOUSE POLICE

FROM: Bryce N. Harlow

DATE: November 4, 1969

Please clear the following Congressional Members for a meeting with the President in the Oval Room Pres's Office at 5:00 p.m., November 5:

Beall, Glenn

Camp, John "Happy"

Coughlin, Larry

Dennis, David

Fish, Ham

Foreman, Ed

Frey, Lou

Goldwater, Barry, Jr.,

Hansen, Orval

Hastings, Jim

Hogan, Larry

Landgrebe, Earl -

Lujan, Manuel

McKneally, Martin

Mizell, Vinegar Bend

Ruth, Earl

Sebelius, Kieth

Weicker, Lowell

Whitehurst, William

Wold, John

Also present: William E. Timmons,
Deputy Assistant


Copies Sent To: E-1 A-4 B-4 Bob Newbrand

71 + Usher 4-5/pm (illegible text)

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 6, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C.
 KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA
TIME DAY
7:52 am Thursday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
7:52 7:54 P

The President talked with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

8:00 9:55

The President hosted a breakfast in the State Dining Room for Republican sophomore Congressmen. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "A".

9:55 10:03

The President went to his office and met with Congressman Gerald R. Ford.

The President met with:

10:04 11:07
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
10:04 10:05
Ronald L. Ziegler, Press Secy
10:07 11:07
Members of the "Citizens Committee for Peace with Freedom in Vietnam" (Douglas Committee). For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B".
10:08 10:11
Members of the press.
11:09 11:26

The President met with his Asst, H. R. Haldeman.

11:13 11:14 P

The President talked with Congressman Wayne L. Hays.

11;26 11:38

The President met with:

Mario Gibson Barboza, Amb from Brazil
Emil Mosbacher, Amb
Viron P. Vaky, NSC staffmember

During the Congressional Half-Hour, the President met with:

11:45 11:50
Congressman and Mrs. William Colmer
Reverend Olin G. Beall, Rector, Church of the Redeemer, Biloxi, Miss.
Mrs Tommy Munro, wife of Mississippi State Senator
William Timmons, Dep Asst
11:50 11:57
Congressman Howard Pollock
William Timmons, Dep Asst
12:00 12:03
Congressman John Wold
William Timmons, Dep Asst
12:08 12:26

The President met with his Council, John D. Ehrlichman.

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 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C.
 KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA
TIME DAY
12:27 pm Thursday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
12:27 12:42

The President met with J. Willard Marriott.

12:44 1:17

The President met with his brother, Donald Nixon.

2:24 P

The President telephoned Senator Barry Goldwater. The call was not completed.

2:28 2:33 P

The President talked long distance with Mayor Richard Daley in Chicago, Illinois.

2:34 2:36 P

The President talked with his Spec Asst, Patrick J. Buchanan.

2:36 2:50

The President met with his Press Secy, Ronald L. Ziegler.

2:37 2:39 P

The President talked with Congressman Michael J. Kirwan.

2:40 P

The President telephoned long distance to Dr. J. H. Jackson. The call was not completed.

2:47 2:48 P

The President talked long distance with Dr. J. H. Jackson in Somerville, Tennessee.

2:50 3:10

The President met with:

David Rockefeller, Chrmn. Council for Latin America
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
3:10 4:22

The President went to the State Dining Room and met with Trustees of the Council for Latin America. He was accompanied by:

David Rockefeller, Chairman
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst

For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "C".

4:22

The President returned to his office accompanied by his Asst. Henry A Kissinger.

4:24

Henry A. Kissinger departed.

The President met with:

4:25 5:05
H. R. Haldeman, Asst
4:29 4:30
Rose Mary Woods, Personal Secy
4:29 4:48
Peter M. Flanigan, Asst
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 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C.
 KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA
TIME DAY
5:07 pm Thursday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
5:07 5:14

The President flew by helicopter from the South Grounds of the White House to Andrews AFB. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "D".

5:22 7:18

The President flew by AF-1 from Andrews AFB to Homestead AFB. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "E".

6:45 6:47 R

While enroute to Homestead AFB, the President talked long distance with Secy of Transportation, John. A Volpe in Washington D. C.

7:31 7:43

The President flew by helicopter from Homestead AFB to Key Biscayne. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "D".

7:45 7:47

The President walked to his Residence (500 Bay Lane).

7:56 8:00 P

The President talked long distance with Senator Barry Goldwater.

During the evening the President viewed the film, "Bridge at Remagen." Also present were:

The First Lady
C. G. Rebozo
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APPENDIX "A"

Breakfast with Republican sophomore Congressmen, November 6, 1969.


Edward G. Biester

Benjamin Blackburn

Garry E. Brown

J. Herbert Burke

George Bush

Daniel E. Button

James M. Collins

William O. Cowger

John Dellenback

Robert V. Denney

Marvin L. Esch

Edwin D. Eshleman

Gilbert Gude

John P. Hammerschmidt

Margaret M. Heckler

John E. Hunt

Thomas S. Kleppe

Dan Kuykendall

John Kyl

Donald E. Lukens

Robert B. Mathias

Wiley Mayne

Paul N. McCloskey

James A. McClure

Jack H. McDonald

Thomas J. Meskill

Clarence E. Miller

John T. Myers

Jerry L. Pettis

Howard W. Pollock

Robert D. Price

Thomas F. Railsback

Donald W. Riegle

William V. Roth

Philip E. Ruppe

Chaires W. Sandman

William J. Schoole

Fred Schwengel

William L. Scott

Sam Steiger

­William A. Steiger

Fletcher Thompson

Robert A. Taft

William C. Wampler

Charles W. Whalen

Charles E. Wiggins

Lawrence G. Williams

Larry Winn

Chalmers P. Wylie

Roger H. Zion

John M. Zwach


Also present:

Gerald R. Ford, Congressman

Bryce N. Harlow, Counsellor

William E. Timmons, Dep Asst

APPENDIX "B"

Dr. Edmund A. Gullion of the Fletcher School, Tufts University

John W. Kanes, former Assistant Secretary of State

Mrs. Oswald B. Lord, former US Representative to the UN

Russell T. Lord, businessman from Minneapolis

Laster Malkerson, Chairman of Regents, University of Minnesota

George Meany, President, AFL/CIO and Co-Chairman of the Group

Rabbi Schulem Rubin of New York

Charles J. Stephens, graduate student from the University of California

Charles Tyroler, II, an official of the Committee and a prominent Republican in the Washington area

Abbott Washburn, an official of the Committee, formerly with USIA

Did not come Huntington Harris, Treasurer, Citizens Committee for Peace with Freedom in Vietnam

(General Omar Bradley wished to attend, but he is meeting with former President Truman in Independence, Missouri, on November 6th.)

APPENDIX "C"

COUNCIL FOR LATIN AMERICA TRUSTEES ATTENDING

William E. Barlow

President

Vision, Inc.


Henry Hood Basset

Chairman

First National Bank of Miami


E. D. Brockett

Chairman

Gulf Oil Corporation


C. W. Cook

Chairman

General Foods Corporation


Jose de Cubas

President

Westinghouse Electric Intl.


Alphonse De Russo

Deputy Latin American Area Advisor

Standard Oil (New Jersey)


Lammot duPont Copeland

Chairman

E. I. duPont de Nemours & Co.


John C. Duncan

Executive Vice President

W. R. Grace & Company


John M. Fox

Chairman

United Fruit Company


Harlow W. Gage

General Manager

General Motors Overseas Operation


John F. Gallagher

Vice President International Operations

Sears Roebuck & Company


Edwin Gott

Chairman

United States Steel Corp.


William Hewitt

Chairman

Deere & Company


William M. Hickey

President

The United Corporation


John Jeppson

President

Norton Company


Donald M. Kendall

President

Pepsico, Inc.


Robert J. Kleberg, Jr.

President

King Ranch, Inc.


A. T. Knoppers

Senior Vice President

Merck & Company


Donald Meads

Chairman

International Basic Economy Corp.


Frank R. Milliken

President

Kennecott Copper Corp. Robert M. Norris

President

National Foreign Trust Council


Cecil J. Olmstead

Assistant to the Chairman

Texaco, Inc.


Frank Pace, Jr.

President

International Executive Service Corps.


H. Bruce Palmer

President

National Industrial Conference Board


William D. Rogers

President

Center for Inter-American Relations


William P. Taboulareas

President

Mobil Oil Corp.


Others


Henry R. Geyelin

Executive Vice President

Council for Latin America


Enno Hobbing

Staff Director

Council for Latin America


Charles Meyer

Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs

APPENDIX "D"

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFESTS - NOVEMBER 6, 1969

FROM: White House   TO: Andrews AFB

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

John N. Mitchell

Mrs. John N. Mitchell

Miss Mitchell

Henry A. Kissinger

Charles R. Larson

Alexander P. Butterfield

Ronald L. Ziegler

William Lukash

William L. Duncan

One Secret Serviceman

APPENDIX "D"2

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFESTS - NOVEMBER 6, 1969



(This is the last half of the previous helicopter manifest)

FROM: Homestead AFB   TO: Key Biscayne, Florida

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

John N. Mitchell

Mrs. John N. Mitchell

Miss Mitchell

Henry A. Kissinger

Ronald L. Ziegler

Mrs. Ronald L. Ziegler

William Lukash

Charles R. Larson

Two Secret Servicemen

APPENDIX "E"

PASSENGER MANIFEST

AIR FORCE ONE FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
MSN: 1849 - VC137C - 26000

ANDREWS AFB, WASH DC TO HOMESTEAD AFB, FLA

6 Nov 69 - Depart 5:21 Arrive 7:17 1÷56 980SM

  1. The President
  2. The First Lady
  3. Attorney General Mitchell
  4. Mrs. Mitchell
  5. Miss Martha Mitchell
  6. Mr. Alexander Butterfield
  7. Mrs. Butterfield
  8. Alex Butterfield, Jr.
  9. Susan Butterfield
  10. Lisa Butterfield
  11. Dr. Henry Kissinger
  12. Mr. Ron Ziegler
  13. Mrs. Ziegler
  14. LCDR Charles R. Larson
  15. Dr. William Lukash
  16. Mr. Tony Lake
  17. Miss Julie Pineau
  18. YNC Donald Murray
  19. Agent David Grant
  20. Agent W. Duncan
  21. Agent P. Brown
  22. Agent J. Novak
  23. Agent M. Richardson
  24. Agent G. Jenkins
  25. Agent M. Endicott
  26. Agent W. Hudson
  27. Agent W. Moulton
  28. Mr. Ollie Atkins
  29. Frank Cormier
  30. Gene Risher
  31. Charles Harrity
  32. Roddy Bims
  33. Dan Rather
  34. Jane Whitmore
  35. Carroll Kilpatrick
  36. Manola Sanchez
  37. Fina Sanchez

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

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 KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA TIME DAY
12:28 pm FRIDAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
12:28 12:33 P

The President talked long distance with his daughter, Patricia Nixon, at the White House.

12:51 12:55 P

The President talked with Attorney General John N. Mitchell.

12:55 1:05 P

The President talked long distance with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman at the White House.

1:19 1:30 P

The President talked with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger.

1:33 1:36 P

The President talked with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger.

1:40 1:50 R

The President talked long distance with his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman at the White House.

2:06 2:07 P

The President talked with his Deputy Assistant, Alexander Butterfield.

2:18 2:21

The President walked from his Residence to the helipad.

2:22 3:30

The President flew by helicopter from Key Biscayne to Grand Cay, Bahamas. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A".

During the rest of the day he visited with:

C. G. Rebozo
Robert Abplanalp

APPENDIX "A"

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFEST ­- NOVEMBER 7, 1969

FROM: Key Biscayne, Florida  TO: Grand Cay, Bahama Islands

President Nixon

C. G. Rebozo

Charles R. Larson

William Lukash

Two Secret Servicemen

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NOVEMBER 8, 1969
 GRAND CAY, BAHAMA ISLANDS TIME DAY
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD

During his visit at Grand Cay, the President met with:

C. G. Rebozo
Robert Abplanalp
3:34 4:52

The President flew by helicopter from Grand Cay, Bahamas to Key Biscayne, Florida. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A".

4:53

The President went to his Residence (500 Bay Lane).

5:03 5:04 R

The President talked long distance with his Assistant, John D. Ehrlichman in Washington, D. C.

5:13 5:25 R

The President talked with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger.

5:26 5:36 P

The President talked with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger.

6:58 7:10 P

The President talked with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger.

During the evening the President viewed the film, "The Great Train Robbery." Also present were:

The First Lady
C. G. Rebozo

APPENDIX "A"

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFEST - NOVEMBER 8, 1969

FROM: Grand Cay, Bahama Islands  TO: Key Biscayne, Florida

President Nixon

C. G . Rebozo

Charles R. Larson

William Lukash

Two Secret Servicemen