Category:Documents at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum/Gerald R. Ford Vice Presidential Papers, 1973-74/Box 65
This page organizes content from the John Marsh File of Vice Presidential Meetings with Foreign and Diplomatic Officials.
This is part of the Gerald R. Ford Vice Presidential Papers, 1973-74.
The Ford Vice Presidential Papers include materials created and received by Gerald R. Ford and his staff between October 13, 1973 and August 9, 1974. During the first two months Ford was still House Minority Leader, but his staff decided to begin the Vice Presidential file upon nomination rather than waiting until he was sworn in. Therefore the collection documents the last few weeks of Ford's Congressional career and his eight months as Vice President.
The collection includes material on Ford's congressional career and Vice Presidential confirmation; miscellaneous domestic and foreign policy issues; scheduling, travel and speeches; office organization; and constituent casework and public opinion mail. However, material on the Watergate affair and relations with the Nixon White House is scattered, and material on the Presidential transition is very limited.
QUANTITY 105.2 linear feet (ca. 210,400 pages)
DONOR Gerald R. Ford (accession numbers 77-42, 77-45, 77-55, 77-63, 77-107, 77-127, 77-134, 78-16, 78-73)
COPYRIGHT Gerald R. Ford donated to the United States of America his copyrights in all of his unpublished writings in National Archives collections. The copyrights to materials written by other individuals or organizations are presumed to remain with them. Works prepared by U.S. Government employees as part of their official duties are in the public domain.
Box 65 of the John Marsh File of Vice Presidential Meetings with Foreign and Diplomatic Officials, 1973‑74. (0.4 linear feet) Memorandums of conversations, memos, and briefing materials related to meetings between Ford and foreign heads of state, diplomats, and ambassadors. Most of the material deals with foreign affairs, with only a small amount concerning domestic affairs appearing. Arranged chronologically.
|Vice President and Romanian President Ceausescu||5 December 1973||PDF (1.4 MB)|
|Vice President and General Moshe Dayan||8 December 1973||PDF (1.4 MB)|
|Vice President and Soviet Ambassador Dobrynin||11 December 1973||PDF (1.4 MB)|
|Vice President and Ahmad Zaki Yamani, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Wealth of Saudi Arabia, and Belaid Abdesselam, Minister of Industry and Energy of Algeria||12 December 1973||PDF (1.4 MB)|
|West German Chancellor Willy Brandt(Letter only, no meeting)||22 December 1973||PDF (1.4 MB)|
|Vice President and Deputy Prime Minister Takeo Miki of Japan||10 January 1974||PDF (1.4 MB)|
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