• The four pages long “Tentative Schedule” for weeks five and six of the General Campaign with its lists of appearances from Monday, October 8 through Sunday October 21, 1964.

  • The four pages long “Tentative Schedule” for week six of the General Campaign with its lists of appearances from Monday, October 15 through Sunday October 28, 1964.

  • The five page full details on the Nixon for Governor “Whistle Stop” special train from Santa Cruz to San Diego on October 18-19, 1962.

  • The four pages long “Richard Nixon Personal Schedule” for week seven of the general campaign with its lists of appearances from Monday, October 22, 1962 through Friday October 26, 1964 with personal notes as the week progressed.

  • The two page long “Richard Nixon Personal Schedule” for Monday, November 5, 1962, the day before the election. On late Friday afternoon, only three days in advance, I was asked by the campaign management to arrange, set up and take charge of five last minute rallies throughout Los Angeles County of from 2,000 to 3,000 people apiece with all the usual requirements for a candidate’s public address including publicity, masters of ceremonies, signs to be waived by the attendees, transportation for the candidate and traveling staff and press, speaking platforms with flags and bunting, podiums, lecterns, microphones and telephones and typewriters for the press at each stop. The locations were selected, the routes chosen and driven to establish the time required for the travel of ten or 15 miles between events. With the help of local Republican Party members, these events were all successfully arranged and each event was arrived at as planned to the minute although Nixon himself had his wife, Pat Nixon appear on his behalf.

  • Two gold seal engraved invitations to attend Nixon’s inauguration as President of the United States in Washington, DC. on January 21, 1969.

  • One gold colored small brass Nixon Lapel Pin in the shape of the State of California for identification of the wearer as a top staff member of the team. These are quite rare as, if lost, they were never replaced and only a very limited number were ever made as they allowed direct access to Nixon, his personal room and top staff members at all times.

  • A letter from “Bob”, H. R. Haldeman, Campaign Manager, thanking me for my services as a Special Representative and Advanceman in the campaign.

  • Four Richard Nixon signed cards for distribution at rallies by Nixon.

  • Four Nixon Staff Luggage Tags.

  • Large pin for blouse or jacket, “Elect Nixon Governor”.

  • Large somewhat discolored Nixon pin for Nixon staff entitled “1962 Campaign Tour Win with Nixon Staff.”

  • Three Peter Johnson Nixon for Governor Staff Member business cards.

  • Mail Invitation Card for Nixon Address at Orange County Fairgrounds on October 13, 1962.

  • Small Store Front Poster or notice for placing on automobile windshields inviting the Public to Attend an address by Nixon on Friday, October 26, 1962 in Pittsburg, California.

  • Mail Invitation Card for Nixon Address at the Hayward Public Library on Friday, October 26, 1962.

  • John Erlichman memorandum of October 1, 1962 to all Advance Men on announcements to be made by Masters of Ceremonies at all rallies with regard to oncoming Nixon personal and television appearances.

  • Inter-Office Memorandum of October 4 from Nick Ruwe, Schedule Director, noting travel insurance coverage to all on the distribution list.

  • Sample Nixon Hotel Staff Room Assignment Check List.