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Richard Nixon Presidential Daily Diary  (1969) 
November 1969 Week 5

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
NOVEMBER 23, 1969
 CAMP DAVID, MARYLAND TIME DAY
10:13 am SUNDAY
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10:13 10:29 P

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

10:53 11:04 P

The President talked long distance with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger in New York City.

11:15 1:30

The President met with:

John D. Ehrlichman, Assistant
Arthur F. Burns, Counsellor
Robert P. Mayo, Director, BOB
11:39 R

The President was called long distance by his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger in New York City. The call was not completed.

1:48 1:52 P

The President talked long distance with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger in New York City.

1:54 1:56 P

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

2:13 2:15 R

The President talked long distance with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger, in New York City.

3:22

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

3:22

The President went to the Residence.

5:08 R

The President was called long distance by Reverend Billy Graham in Montreat, N.C. The call was not completed.

5:24 5:40 P

The President talked long distance with Reverend Billy Graham in Montreat, N. C.

7:00

The President had dinner with:

The First Lady
Patricia Nixon

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Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
NOVEMBER 23, 1969
 CAMP DAVID, Maryland TIME DAY
7:50 pm SUNDAY
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7:50 7:54 P

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

9:39 10:02 P

The President talked long distance with his Assistant, Henry A. Kissinger in New York City.

10:15 10:22 P

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

APPENDIX "A"

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFEST - NOVEMBER 23, 1969

From: Camp David, Md. To: White House

President Nixon

The First Lady

Mr. Roger Johnson

Mrs. Roger Johnson

Bruce Whelihan

Lt. Col Vernon C. Coffey

Dr. William Lukash

William L. Duncan S/S

William A. Hawthorne S/S

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NOVEMBER 24, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
12:16 am MONDAY
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12:16 12:30 P

The President talked with David Eisenhower.

8:27 9:48

The President had breakfast in the Family Dining Room with Senator J. William Fulbright.

9:48

The President went to his office.

Senator J. William Fulbright departed.

9:49 10:16

The President met with his Assistant Henry A. Kissinger.

10:32 10:54

The President went to the East Room for a Medal of Honor Ceremony. For a list of those in attendance, see APPENDIX "A".

10:54

The President returned to his office.

11:08 11:47

The President signed the Instrument of Ratification of the Non-Proliferation Treaty. Those present were:

William P. Rogers, Secretary of State
Melvin R. Laird, Secretary of Defense
11:08 11:20
Members of the Press
11:47 11:50

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

11:50 12:18

The President met with:

John D. Ehrlichman, Assistant
Charles B. Wilkinson, Special Assistant
12:01 12:02 P

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

12:20 12:31

The President met with:

Ronald L. Ziegler, Press Secretary
Merriman Smith, Newspaper Columnist, U.P.I.
2:54 3:03

The President met with Robert Neumann, U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan.

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NOVEMBER 24, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
3:03 pm MONDAY
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3:03 3:05

The President went to his E.O.B. office accompanied by his Assistant, H. R. Haldeman.

The President met with:

3:05 4:20
H. R. Haldeman, Assistant
3:45 4:20
John D. Ehrlichman, Assistant
3:55 4:20
Robert P. Mayo, Director, BOB

The President met with:

4:21 4:45
Otto Passman, Congresman
4:21 4:45
William E. Timmons, Deputy Assistant
4:24 4:28
White House Photographers
4:46 4:47 P

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

4:49 P

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

4:50 4:51 P

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

4:53 4:54 P

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

5:01 5:19 P

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

5:25

The President went to his White House office.

5:46 5:48 P

The President talked long distance with the Apollo 12 astronauts on board the USS Hornet.[1]

Captain Charles Conrad, Jr.
Captain Richard F. Gordon, Jr.
Captain Allan L. Bean
Members of the Press were present.
6:32

The President went to the Residence.

6:45

The President had dinner with:

The First Lady
Julie Eisenhower
Patricia Nixon
  1. Live Television from the President's office.

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NOVEMBER 24, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
7:32 pm MONDAY
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7:32 7:33 P

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

7:36 P

The President telephoned Mrs. Karl Mundt. The call was not completed.

7:41 7:45 P

The President talked with Mrs. Karl Mundt.

7:46 7:57 P

The President talked with Senator Gordon Allott.

8:29 8:34 P

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

9:00

The President went to his office.

9:02 9:03 P

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

9:20 10:55

The President went to the bowling alley.

10:55

The President went to the Residence.

APPENDIX 'A'

Medal of Honor Ceremony, November 24, 1969


Sergeant Webster Anderson and family

Staff Sergeant Nicky D. Bacon and family

Staff Sergeant Paul R. Lambers and family


Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird

Secretary of the Army Stanley Resor

General William Westmoreland

Colonel William Bagnall

Lt. Col. Frank Hart

Major Paul Miles


Senator Ernest F. Hollings

Senator Strom Thurmond

Senator Robert W. Packwood


Congressman Al Ullman

Congressman Edward Hutchison

Congressman L. Mendel Rivers


and other invited guests

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NOVEMBER 25, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
8:32 am Tuesday
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8:32 9:47

The President and members of Congress went to the family dining room for the Bi-Partisan Congressional Breakfast. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "A".

9:53

The President went to his office.

The President met with:

9:55 10:32
H. R. Haldeman, Asst
10:13 10:15
Rose Mary Woods, Personal Secy
10:25 10:32
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
10:32 10:40

The President accompanied by his Asst, Henry A. Kissinger, went to the Roosevelt Room to announce his decisions on chemical and biological defense policies and programs.

10:40

The President returned to his office.

The President met with:

10:41 11:23
H. R. Haldeman, Asst
10:45 11:30
Spiro T. Agnew, Vice President
10:45 11:30
C. Stanley Blair, Admn Asst to the Vice President
11:23 11:30

The President and Vice President met with the following for the bill signing ceremony of S. 1072:

Joseph M. Montoya, Senator
Marlow W. Cook, Senator
Howard H. Baker, Senator
Jennings Randolph, Senator
John Waters Jr. Chairman of the Appalachian Regional Committee
11:50 12:16

The President met with:

Milton Young, Senator
Bryce N. Harlow, Asst

The President met with:

12:30 12:50
George W. Romney, Secy of HUD
12:30 12:50

Charles B. Wilkinson, Spec Consultant

12:30 12:48

Nominating committee of the National Center for Voluntary Action. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "B".

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NOVEMBER 25, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
12:55 pm Tuesday
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The President met with:

1:05 1:29
H. R. Haldeman, Asst
12:55 1:29
Ronald L. Ziegler, Press Secy
1:09 1:29
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
2:50 3:06

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

The President met with the following during the Congressional Half Hour:

3:06 3:13
Harley Staggers, Congressman
3:06 3:25
William E. Timmons, Dep Asst
3:13 3:20
M. Gene Snyder, Congressman
3:13 3:20
Michael Markras, Sculptor
3:21 3:25
William M. McCulloch, Congressman
3:21 3:25
Joseph T. Pantana, Pastor of Antioch Christian Union Church

The President met with:

3:35 4:56
John D. Ehrlichman, Asst
3:40 4:56
Robert P. Mayo, Director, BOB
4:11 4:56
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
4:56

The President went to the Residence.

5:15 6:23

The President went to the Treaty Room and met with a group of Senators. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "C".

6:35 6:49 P

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

7:00

The President had dinner with:

The First Lady
Patricia Nixon
Julie Eisenhower
8:24 8:28 R

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

8:42 8:43 R

The President talked with Jeffery Donfield.

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NOVEMBER 25, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
8:44 pm Tuesday
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8:44 8:57 P

The President talked with Director of OEO, Donald Rumsfeld.

9:01 P

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

9:10

The President went to the bowling alley.

9:15 9:17 P

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

9:38 R

The President was telephoned by his Dep Counsel, Harry S. Dent. The call was not completed.

9:40 9:41 P

The President talked with his Dep Counsel, Harry S. Dent.

9:43 9:45

The President talked long distance with Philip Crane in Chicago, Illinois.

11:02

The President went to the Residence.

APPENDIX "A"

BI-PARTISAN CONGRESSIONAL BREAKFAST - November 25, 1969

Executive

President Nixon

Vice President Agnew

William P. Rogers

Melvin R. Laird

Thomas H. Moorer


Senate

Mike Mansfield

J. W. Fulbright

George D. Aiken

John Stennis

Margaret Chase Smith


House

Gerald R. Ford

E. Ross Adair

L. Mendel Rivers

Leslie C. Arends


Staff

Henry A. Kissinger

Bryce N. Harlow

Kenneth E. BeLieu

William E. Timmons

APPENDIX "B"

November 25, 1969

NOTICE FOR THE PRESS

From 12:25 until 12:45 today the President met with members of the nominating committee who will propose to the President names of individuals to serve on the Board. of Directors of the National Center for Voluntary Action.

Meeting with the President were Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Romney; Max Fisher, who will serve as Chairman for the National Center for Voluntary Action; and the following members of the no:ninating committee:


Arthur Ashe Jr.

First Service Insurande c Agency, Inc.

Richmond, Virginia


Philip Bernstein

Executive Vice President

Council of Jewish Federations & Welfare Funds

New York, New York


Arch N. Booth

Executive Vice President

U. S . Chamber of Commerce

Washington, D. C.


Victor Carter

President, and Retired Chairman

Republic Pictures

Los Angeles, California


Martin Castillo

Interagency Committee on Mexican-American Affairs

Washington, D. C.


Bayard Ewing

Graham, Reid, Ewing and Stapleton

Providence, Rhode Island

(President-elect of United Funds & Councils of America, Inc.) Miss Dorothy Height, President

National Council of Negro Women

Washington, D. C.


Mrs. Elsie Hillman

Standard Life Building

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222


Mrs. Laura Leonard

Westminister Cornmunity Center

Bell Gardens, California


George Lindsay

Attorney

Debevoise, Plimpton, Lyons and Gates

New York, New York


Mrs. Alfred Anita Martinez

Dallas, Texas


Aloysius A. Mazewski,· President

Polish National Alliance of the US of NA

Northbrook, Illinois 60062


Frank Pace, Jr., President

International Executive Service Corps

New York, New York, 10022


Dr. W . Robert Parks, President

Iowa State University

Ames, Iowa 50010


Leo Perlis, Director

AFL-CIO Department of Community Services

Washington, D. C.


Paul Sonnabend

Executive Vice President

Hotel Corpora'cion of America

Boston, Massachusetts


This first meeting of the nominating committee is being held in the

Executive Office Building.

APPENDIX "C"

Meeting in the Treaty Room of the Residence, November 25, 1969.

Senators attending:

George Aiken

Henry Bellmon

Wallace Bennett

Caleb Boggs

Marlow Cook

Carl Curtis

Peter Dominick

Paul Fannin

Hiram Fong

Ed Gurney

Cliff Hansen

George Murphy

Jim Peterson

Ralph Smith

Strom Thurmond

Milton Young

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NOVEMBER 26, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
8:44 am Friday
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8:44 10:02

The President hosted a breakfast in the Family Dining Room of the Residence for members of Congress. For a list of attendees, see APPENDIX "A".

10:03

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

10:05 10:08

Press Secy, Ronald L. Ziegler joined the meeting.

10:07

Congressman Leslie Arends departed.

10:13 10:17

The President went to the Roosevelt Room for the signing ceremony of H. R. 14001, an act to amend the Military Selective Services Act of 1967. For a list of the attendees, see APPENDIX "B".

The President returned to his office and met with:

10:17 10:37
H. R. Haldeman, Asst
10:20 10:37
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
10:37 10:55

The President met with Secy of Defense, Melvin R. Laird.

11:00 11:10

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

The President met with:

11:15 11:50
Arthur F. Burns, Counsellor
11:18 11:20
Ronald L. Ziegler, Press Secy

The President met with:

11:50 1:25
John D. Ehrlichman, Asst
11:50 12:15
John Price, Spec Asst
12:15 12:40
Robert P. Mayo, Director, BOB
12:15 12:40
James R. Schlesinger, Acting Dep Dir, BOB
12:40 1:25
H. R. Haldeman, Asst
2:40 2:55

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

2:55 3:02

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

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NOVEMBER 26, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
3:04 pm Friday
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3:04 3:35

The President met with:

Walter Washington, Commissioner of D.C.
John D. Ehrlichman, Asst
Egil Krogh, Dep Counsel
3:36 4:16

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

4:30 4:35

The President met with General Vernon Walters.

4:35 5:19

The President met with:

Donald Rumsfeld, Dir, OEO
John D. Ehrlichman, Asst
5:20 6:10

The President met with:

George Kennan, former Ambassador
Henry A. Kissinger, Asst
6:10

The President went to the Residence.

6:14 6:22 P

The President telephoned long distance with Bob Hope in California.

6:25 6:31 R

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

6:41 P

The President telephoned his Asst, H. R. Haldeman. The call was not completed.

6:42 P

The President telephoned his Spec Asst, Dwight L. Chapin.

6:49 6:50 R

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

6:50

The President and the First Lady had dinner with:

Patricia Nixon
Julie and David Eisenhower
Mamie Eisenhower
Joel Carlson, uncle of Mamie Eisenhower
Dabney Hibbert

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November 26, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. TIME DAY
7:57 pm Friday
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7:57 7:58 P

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

8:00 P

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

8:25 8:28

The President, accompanied by his Spec Consultant Leonard Garment, motored from the White House to Constitution Hall.

8:28 10:33

The President and his Spec Consultant Leonard Garment attended a concert of the National Symphony Orchestra. Among those who the President met were:

Managing Director of the Symphony and Mrs. M. Robert Rogers
Van Cliburn, Pianist
Howard Mitchell, Music Director
10:33 10:35

The President, accompanied by his Spec Consultant, Leonard Garment, motored from Constitution Hall to the White House.

10:38

The President went to the Residence.

APPENDIX "A"

Attendees at the breakfast meeting in the Family Dining Room, November 26.


Senators

Gordon Allott

Howard Baker

Norris Cotton

Robert Dole

Roman Hruska

Winston Prouty

John Tower


Congressmen

Leslie Arends

John Byrnes

Gerald Ford

Clark MacGregor

Richard Poff

John Rhodes

Bob Wilson

APPENDIX "B".

Attendees at the signing ceremony for H. R. 14001, November 26, 1969. ­ Melvin Laird, Secretary of Defense

John G. Stennis, Senator

Margaret C. Smith, Senator

Leslie Arends, Congressman

L. Mendel Rivers, Congressman

F. Edward Hebert, Congressman

Alexander Pirnie, Congressman


Bernard T. Franck. Assistant to the Director, Selective Service System

Russell Blandford

Frank Slantansheck


Members of the Selective Service Youth Advisory Board


Robert W. Ryan

David G. Aydelotte

Robert F. Morrison

Gerald M. Smith

William B. Patterson

Harold Moore

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November 27, 1969
 THE WHITE HOUSE - WASHINGTON, D. C. -
KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA
TIME DAY
8:00 am Thursday
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8:00

The President had breakfast.

8:19 8:25

The President motored from the White House to 1302 18th St., Northwest

8:25 9:02

The President had a dental appointment with Dr. William Chase.

9:02 9:08

The President motored to the White House.

9:10

The President went to his office.

10:00 10:01 R

The President talked with his Dr. William Chase.

11:19 11:30 P

The President talked with Secy of Defense, Melvin R. Laird.

11:30 P

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

11:40 11:52 R

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

11:54 11:55 P

The President talked with Secy of Defense, Melvin R. Laird.

12:41

The President went to the Residence.

1:00 P

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

1:01 1:06 P

the President talked with Secy of Defense, Melvin R. Laird.

1:33 1:34 P

The President talked with Ray Hare in the Usher's Office.

1:43 1:52

The President went to the State Dining Room and the East Room to welcome the senior citizens invited to the White House for the Thanksgiving Day Dinner. For a list of the senior citizens, see APPENDIX "A". Also present were:

The First Lady
Patricia Nixon
Julie Eisenhower
David Eisenhower
Mamie Eisenhower
Susan Eisenhower

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KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA
TIME DAY
1:52 pm  Thursday
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1:52

The President went to the Second Floor of the Residence for lunch.

2:23 2:24 P

The President talked with his Asst Military Aide, MAJ John V. Brennan.

2:33 P

The President telephoned Director of FBI, J. Edgar Hoover. The call was not completed.

3:00

The President returned to the First Floor.

3:35

The President went to the Second Floor of the Residence

4:03 4:11

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

4:21 6:27

The Presidential party flew by AF1 from Andrews AFB to Homestead AFB. For a list of passenger, see APPENDIX "C".

6:47 6:56

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

The President had Thanksgiving Dinner. Those who joined him were:

The First Lady
Patricia Nixon
Julie Eisenhower
David Eisenhower
Susan Eisenhower
C. G. Rebozo

The President and the above group saw the film, "Cat Ballou".

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THANKSGIVING DINNER Thursday, November 27, 1969 at one o'clock

The President & Mrs. Nixon

Miss Patricia Nixon

Mr. & Mrs. David Eisenhower

Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower

Miss Susan Eisenhower

Aden, Mrs. Mary Bonamar Rest Home
Alsop, Mr. Thomas John Dickinson Home
Armstrong, Miss Harriet Elizabeth R. Shoemaker Home
Averill, Mrs. Bee D.C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Baker, Mr. John C. U. S. Soldier's Home
Banks, Miss Alice Little Sisters of the Poor
Barnes, Miss Ruth Sevier House, Episcopal Church Home
Bauer, Mrs. Mary Aged Women's Home
Beach, Miss Ethel D.C. Village
Bell, Miss Katherine The Baptist Home of the Dist. of Columbia
Bertrand, Mrs. Almeda Gordon Convalescent Home
Blakemore, Mr. Flake U.S. Soldiers Home
Blaylock, Mr. Hugh Little Sisters of the Poor
Bordin, Mrs. Catherine Aged Women's Home
Born, Miss Dorothea H. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Bowdler, Miss Louise E. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Bowersett, Mrs. Anna The Baptist Home of the Dist. of Columbia
Bowie, Mr. Curtis U.S. Soldiers
Brabson, Mrs. Hazel D.C. Methodist Home
Brackbill, Miss Ada T. U. S. Soldiers Home
Brady, Miss Elizabeth Little Sisters of the Poor
Branson, Mrs. Catherine D. C. Village
Brown, Mrs. Edith F. Nat'l Luthern Home for the Aged
Brown, Mrs. Effie D.C. Methodist Home
Brown, Mrs. Ida D.C. Masonic & Eastern Star HOme
Brucker, Mr. Henry U. S. Soldiers Home
Burnside, Miss Ruth Sevier House, Episcopal Church Home
Campbell, Mr. Raymond D. C. Village
Carlson, Mr. Joel
Carter, Mrs. Blanche D. C. Village
Chesnutt, Miss Bessie D. C. Presbyterian Home
Clarke, Miss Mary Little Sisters of the Poor
Clearly, Mrs. Henrietta D. C. Village
Clements, Mr. Gayle U. S. Soldiers Home
Clift, Miss Linda Lee The Baptist Home of the Dist. of Columbia
Cole, Mr. Percy M. U. S. Soldiers Home
Colley, Anna Stovall Convelescent Home
Collins, Mrs. Florence Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Costello, Mr. John J. John Dickinson Home
Cox, Mrs. Katherine Crane The Edes Home
CRALL, HENRY
Crawford, Mrs. Helen Sevier House, Episcopal Church Home
Crawford, Mrs. Marie D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Criswell, Miss Dora Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Croteau, Mr. Alphonse J. U.S. Soldiers Home
Cruit, Miss Sara Fowler The Edes Home
Dalton, Mr. Patrick Little Sisters of the Poor
Dannegger, Miss Josephine C. U.S. Soldiers Home
Darcey, Mrs. Perle D.C. Methodist Home
Davis, Mr. William Stovall Convalescent Home
Dean, Albert D. C. Village
Dellinger, Mrs. Ruby Grant The Edes Home
Dingley, Miss Esther E. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Duckett, Mrs. Mary E. Gordon Convalescent Home
Duffield, Mrs. Litta D.C. Presbyterian Home
Dukes, Mr. Abe U. S. Soldiers Home
Dunnigan, Mr. Michael Little Sisters of the Poor
Edmonston, Mr. Samuel S. John Dickinson Home
ELLISON, MARGARET.
Engle, Mr. William D. C. Village
Ennis, Mr. Howard T. U. S. Soldiers Home
Fleming, Mrs. Mae D. C. Methodist Home
Foley, Miss Genevieve The Louise Home
Foreman, Mr. Morris U.S. Soldiers Home
Fuhrman, Miss Grace P. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Gaddis, Mrs. Kathryn D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Galloway, Mr. Emanuel R. D. C. Village
Gates, Mrs. Amy D. C. Masonic & Esatern Star Home
Gawthrop, Mrs. Ethel D. C. Presbyterian Home
Gearhart, Mrs. Sara D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Geesey, Miss Beatrice V. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Gelormini, Mr. Vincenzo D. C. Village
Glover, Mrs. Lula M. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Golden, Mrs. Mary D. C. Village
Goss, Mrs. Laura Bonamar Rest Home
Graham, Mrs. Naomi S. D. C. Presbyterian Home
Grall, Master Sgt. Henry, USMC Bonamar Rest Home (wheelchair)
Graves, Mr. John W. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Gray, Mrs. Anna Bonamar Rest Home
Gray, Mr. James Bonamar Rest Home
Greenwell, Miss Jessie J. U. S. Soldiers Home
Griffith, Mrs. Cleo D. C. Presbyterian Home
Grimm, Mrs. Gillian D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Gross, Mr. Aloysius W. U. S. Soldiers Home
D. C. Village
D. C. Village
Gurley, Miss Willie D. C. Village
Guschewsky, Miss Emma The Baptist Home of the Dist. of Columbia
Hall, Mrs. Marrion Byrd Edes Home
Harmony, Mrs. Alice Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Harris, Miss Esther L. U. S. Soldiers Home
Harrison, Mrs. Eva D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Haskell, Mrs. Mabel Sanborn The Edes Home
Heiney, Mr. Clyde E. U. S. Soldiers Home
Henderson, Mr. Lloyd D. C. Village
Herring, Miss Grace Sevier House, Episcopal Church Home
Hollis, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Holmes, Mrs. Beulah D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Homer, Mrs. Nettie V. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Horich, Mr. Franklin Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Howard, Miss Mary L. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Hughes, Miss Iantha H. Stoddard Baptist House
Huseman, Mr. Carl Little Sisters of the Poor
Hutchinson, Miss Mary Little Sisters of the Poor
Hyson, Mr. John Stoddard Baptist Home
Jenison, Mrs. Loree Hilbert The Edes Home
Jenkins, Mr. Willie F. U. S. Soldiers Home
Joiner, Mrs. Ethel The Baptist Home of the Dist. of Columbia
Jones, Mrs. Frances D. C. Methodist Home
Jones, Mrs. Pearl D. C. Village
Keys, Mrs. Dorothy D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Kirby, Mrs. Margaret S. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Kopp, Miss Berlia Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Kozik, Mr, Joseph L. U. S. Soldiers Home
Kraft, Mr. William D. C. Village
Laffey, Mr. William Little Sisters of the Poor
Lefkowitz, Mr. Manuel U. S. Soldiers Home
Lenfers, Mrs. Dorothy Virginia The Edes Home
Lenz, Mrs. Jack Little Sisters of the Poor
Lewis, Mr. Benjamin D. U. S. Soldiers Home
Linthicum, Miss Myrtie D. C. Methodist Home
Logan, Mr. Cyrus L. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Lohmeyer, Mr. Harry D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Long, Mrs. Edna D. C. Methodist Home
MacLeod, Mrs. Catherine The Baptist Home of the Dist. of Columbia
Mann, Helen E. Gordon Convalescent Home
(illegible text)
Martin, Mrs. Eva L. Gordon Convalescent Home
Martin, Mrs. Mary D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Matney, Mrs. Frances D. C. Presbyterian Home
Mattern, Mrs. Alice D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
McCallum, Mrs. Mary D. C. Presbyterian Home
McDivitt, Mrs. Betty Aged Women's Home
McElfish, Mrs. Nellie D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Mecham, Mrs. Mary Bonamar Rest Home
Mellady, Miss Mary Little Sisters of the Poor
Mellville, Mrs. Jeane Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Meyers, Mrs. Corinne D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Miller, Mrs. Grace Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Miller, Mrs. Pearl D. C. Village
Miller, Mrs. Urling D. C. Village
Mitchell, Mrs. Lucy D. C. Village
Mitchell, Mrs. Mary D. C. Village
Monroe, Miss Aura The Baptist Home of the Dist. of Columbia
Montrevil, Miss Beatrice A. U. S. Soldiers Home
Morgan, Miss Lura U. S. Soldiers Home
Morrison, Mr. Harold S. U. S. Soldiers Home
Nelson, Mrs. Ethel The Baptist Home of the Dist. of Columbia
Newell, Mrs. Hattie D. C. Village
O'Donnell, Mr. John Little Sisters of the Poor
Orndorff, Mrs. Katherine S. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Orrison, Mr. Harry Bonamar Rest Home
Osterhus, Mrs. Grace The Edes Home
Otis, Mrs. Sara S. The Edes Home
Owens, Mrs. Mary Sevier House, Episcopal Church Home
Patrick, Mr. Lafayette D. C. Village
Phillips, Miss Elsie The Baptist Home of the Dist of Columbia
(illegible text)
Potter, Mrs. John M. The Louise Home
Proctor, Miss Ione Little Sisters of the Poor
Prowse, Mrs. Charles (Elizabeth) The Louise Home
Punt, Mrs. Amy Bradley Aged Women's Home
Ramey, Miss Eva Little Sisters of the Poor
Rieseberg, Mrs. Caroline D. C. Presyterian Home
Rigg, Miss Dorothy The Louise Home
Rinker, Miss Fay Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Ritter, Miss Bess M. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Roberts, Miss Annie Elizabeth R. Soemaker Home
Rouzee, Mrs. Katherine Sevier House, Episcopal Church Home
Ruse, Mr. R. Walton D. C. Presbyterian Home
Scriber, Mr. Walter D. C. Village
Scott, Mrs. Emma D. Gordon Convalescent Home
Scott, Miss Helen Little Sisters of the Poor\
Serrin, Mrs. Virginia The Edes Home
Shlam, Mr. Francis W. U. S. Soldiers Home
Shreeve, Mrs. Elizabeth Nat'l Lutheran Hoe for the Aged
Simms, Mr. Joseph Little Sisters of the Poor
Smith, Miss Eva The Baptist Home of the Dist of Columbia
Smith, Mr. George D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Smith, Mrs. Madge D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Solloway, Miss Dorothea E. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Souder, Miss Charlotte Little Sisters of the Poor
Stely, Mrs. Lillian Sevier House Episcopal Church Home
Stewart, Mr. Eugene Stoddard Baptist Home
Stoehr, Mr. Herman C. U. S. Soldiers Home
Stone, Mrs. Nell T. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Strothers, Mr. Keith D. C. Village
Sydnor, Mr. Isadore Stovall Convalescent Home
Taylor, Mrs. Elizabeth Sevier House, Episcopal Church Home
Taylor, Mrs. Goldie Bonamar Rest Home
Taylor, Mr. Grant Stovall Convalescent Home
Taylor, Mrs. Hildegarde D. C. Village
Terrell, Miss Alice D. C. Presbyterian Home
Thomas, Mrs. Gertrude Aged Women's Home
Thompson, Fannie D. C. Village
Thompson, Miss Tomena D. C. Methodist Home
Thrall, Mrs. Bertha D. C. Methodist Home
Tinsley, Miss Mildred Elizabeth R. Shoemaker Home
Tracey, Miss Eleanor Little Sisters of the Poor
Troth, Mr. Joseph Little Sisters of the Poor
Truxell, Mrs. Lillian D. C. Methodist Home
Tucker, Mr. Homer W. U. S. Soldiers Home
Von Arx, Miss Eleanor U. S. Soldiers Home
Wagner, John D. U. S. Soldiers Home
Walker, Mr. Perry A. U. S. Soldiers Home
Walp, Miss Anna Elizabeth R. Shoemaker Home
Ward, Mrs. Anna Wilson The Edes Home
Watkins, Mr. Henry Little Sisters of the Poor
Wayland, Mrs. Claudia D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Webb, Mrs. Helen Sevier House, Episcopal Church Home
Weber, Mr. Charles W. D. C. Village
Wesol, Miss Lula U. S. Soldiers Home
Wharton, Miss Sabre Little Sisters of the Poor
White, Mrs. Lena D. C. Village
Whitney, Mrs. Mae D. C. Masonic & Eastern Star Home
Williams, Miss Annie Bell Stoddard Baptist Home
Williams, Miss Helen Sevier House, Episcopal Church Home
Williams, Mrs. Jessie Palmer The Edes Home
Wood, Miss Frieda Little Sisters of the Poor
Wood, Miss Gladys Elizabeth R. Shoemaker Home
Wooden, Mrs. Minnie K. Nat'l Lutheran Home for the Aged
Wright, Miss Anna Little Sisters of the Poor
Wright, Mr. Leo Stovall Convalescent Home
Young, Miss Annette

Young, Mrs. Susie

Zier, Mrs. Lessie

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Green, Mrs. Eula - Chaperone - NOT FOR DINNER (D.C. Village)

Ellison, Mrs. Margaret - NOT FOR DINNER (Bonamar Rest Home)

Stovall, Mrs. Mahala - Chaperone - NOT FOR DINNER (Stovall Convalescent Home)

APPENDIX "B"

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFESTS - NOVEMBER 27, 1969

­ FROM: White House TO: Andrews AFB

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

Patricia Nixon

Julie Eisenhower

David Eisenhower

Susan Eisenhower

Charles R. Larson

Alexander P. Butterfield

Halter R. Tkach

Ronald L. Ziegler

Vernon H. Copeland

Robert H. Taylor


FROM: Homestead AFB TO: Key Biscayne, Florida

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

Patricia Nixon

Julie Eisenhower

David Eisenhower

Susan Eisenhower

Charles R. Larson

Alexander P. Butterfield

Walter R. Tkach

Ronald L. Ziegler

Two Secret Servicemen

APPENDIX "C"

PASSENGER MANIFEST

AIR FORCE ONE FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
MSN: 2109

ANDREWS AFB, WASH DC TO HOMESTEAD AFB, FLORIDA

27 November 1969 Depart 4:21pm Arrive 6:27pm 2+06 980SM

  1. The President
  2. The First Lady
  3. Tricia Nixon
  4. Julie Eisenhower
  5. David Eisenhower
  6. Susan Eisenhower
  7. Mr. Alexander Butterfield
  8. Mrs. Butterfield
  9. Alex Butterfield, Jr.
  10. Susan Butterfield
  11. Lisa Butterfield
  12. Mr. Ron Ziegler
  13. Mrs. Ziegler
  14. Cindy Ziegler
  15. Laurie Ziegler
  16. Dr. Walter Tkach
  17. Mrs. Tkach
  18. LCMDR Charles Larson
  19. YNC William Cuff
  20. Mr. Knudsen
  21. Mr. Doug Cornell
  22. Mrs. Helen Thomas
  23. Mr. Harvey Georges
  24. Mr. Roddy Mims
  25. Mr. Dean Fischer
  26. Mr. Thomas Jarriel
  27. Mr. Kilpatrick
  28. Mr. Robert Taylor
  29. Mr. Arthur Godfrey
  30. Mr. William Copeland
  31. Mr. David Ray
  32. Mr. Richard Keiser
  33. Mr. Donald Gautreau
  34. Mr. Norman Wallace
  35. Mr. Harold Thomas
  36. Mr. Garnett Williams

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

The White House
President Richard Nixon's Daily Diary
 (See Travel Record for Travel Activity)
Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 28, 1969
 KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA TIME DAY
11:24 am Friday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
11:24 11:40 P

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

1:18 1:40 P

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

2:53 4:38

The President went boating with C. G. Rebozo on the "Coco Lobo".

5:33 7:53

The President went boating on the "Julie". Those who joined him were:

The First Lady
Julie Eisenhower
David Eisenhower
Susan Eisenhower
C. G. Rebozo

The White House
President Richard Nixon's Daily Diary
 (See Travel Record for Travel Activity)
Place Day Began Date (Mo. Day. Yr.)  
November 29, 1969
 KEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA -
GRAND CAY, BAHAMA ISLANDS
TIME DAY
10:37 am Saturday
Time

Phone
P=Placed
R=Received

 Activity  
In Out Lo LD
10:37 10:52 P

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

11:04 11:05

The President walked form the Bay Lane Residence to the Key Biscayne helipad.

11:06

The President flew by helicopter from the Key Biscayne helipad to Gray Cay, Bahama Islands. For a list of passengers, see APPENDIX "A".

The members of the Presidential party were guests of Robert H. Abplanalp.

7:43 8:54

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

8:54 8:56

The President walked from the Key Biscayne helipad to the Bay Lane Residence.

APPENDIX "A"

HELICOPTER PASSENGER MANIFESTS ­ - NOVEMBER 29, 1969

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

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

Julie Eisenhower

David Eisenhower

Susan Eisenhower

C. G. Rebozo

Walter R. Tkach

Charles R. Larson

Manolo Sanchez

Two Secret Servicemen


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

President Nixon

Mrs. Nixon

Julie Eisenhower

David Eisenhower

Susan Eisenhower

C. G. Rebozo

Robert H. Abplanalp

Walter R. Tkach

Charles R. Larson

Manalo Sanchez

Two Secret Servicemen