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National Archives Recognizes Four Historians Who Shaped the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum
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The New Nixon Library is open to the public!
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Education Tours Resume!
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New Materials Release

On May 19, 2017, the Nixon Library released approximately 1,600 pages of Warren ("Bill") Gulley's materials from the White House Central Files. The materials in this collection consist of one series of visitor reports from the Presidential retreat, Camp David. The reports describe visits by the President, First Family, Heads of State, and White House administration staff members. In some instances, schedules and itineraries are included.

To learn more about the collection, view the COLLECTION FINDING AID

On April 7, 2017, the Nixon Library released approximately 29,600 pages of Jeffrey Donfeld's materials from the White House Central Files. These materials include information pertaining to his work in the office of Charles "Bud" Wilkinson, Special Assistant to the President, as well as his worked under Egil "Bud" Krogh on the Domestic Council staff, and later work as Assistant Director of the Special Action Office of Drug Abuse Prevention (SAODAP).

To learn more about the collection, view the COLLECTION FINDING AID

Declassified Documents

On January 18, 2017, the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum opened additional Nixon Presidential Materials, which were declassified in response to researcher requests and through systematic processing.

Over 5,000 pages were processed under mandatory declassification, and over 12,000 pages under systematic review for this opening. Among them are documents relating to the President's Daily Brief (PDB), Vietnam, Chile, and the Middle East.

View the mandatory declassification review finding aid, the systematic review finding aid, or selected documents









April 1 to May 29, 2017

2016 was the 225th anniversary of the Bill of Rights. The National Archives has created an array of informative and entertaining resources for finding out more about the U.S. Constitution and how it is amended "in order to form a more perfect union."



Nixon throught the lens

Campaign 1972:
Nixon Through the Lens
Campaign 1972: Nixon Through the Lens is a presentation of memorable images from the 1972 Presidential Campaign by photographer Ollie Atkins. The project was produced by Library staff and presented by the
Google Cultural Institute.
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This project is part of a larger presentation, “American Democracy.” To see all 73 virtual exhibits, which include other Presidential Libraries. Learn More
The President and the King
On December 21, 1970, the White House hosted one of the most historic intersections of pop culture and politics in the twentieth century. Visit our Nixon and Elvis page for photographs and other resources relating to this unforgettable meeting.
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The Watergate Gallery is now open.
Explore the evidence behind the Watergate Gallery.
Tour the old Watergate Gallery
Watch the opening Ceremony