Special Holiday Prices on Richard Nixon’s Books

Get all 10 of RN's best sellers in leather-bound and paperback.

Get these special editions of President Nixon’s bestselling books – both in leather-bound and paperback – for the RN fan in your family! His 10 books were more than any President before his time and spent a combined total of 67 weeks on The New York Times best-sellers list. Most popular was his extensive RN: […]

Nixon Library Teams Up with Toys For Tots

Drop off your new, unwrapped toys now through January 7th.

This holiday season, the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum is an official toy drop site for the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program. Now through January 7th, drop off new, unwrapped toys and make a child’s Christmas extra special. Toys can be brought to the Toys for Tots box next to […]

Veterans Honored at Foundation’s Annual Commemoration

Those who served were recognized and applauded on Veterans Day.

Former National Security Advisor, Robert “Bud” McFarlane, began his Veterans Day keynote address by thanking the East Room audience of more than 400. “All of you came here for a special reason. You got up on a holiday and you clearly had choices but you chose to come and honor veterans – men and women […]

Nixon Officials Discuss the Opening of China

Panelists gave a behind the scenes look at "The Week That Changed the World."

Former National Security Council and State Department officials from the Nixon-era gathered at the National Archives in Washington, DC for a panel on their behind-the-scenes efforts in support of President Nixon’s opening to China. The 37th President’s historic 1972 visit was the public result of a series of secret and sensitive diplomatic initiatives which effectively […]

Kissinger Makes Special Appearance at Nixon Library

The 56th Secretary of State discussed global affairs and foreign policy.

An enthusiastic East Room crowd of students, leaders and supporters was treated to an afternoon of insight and reflection from a man who has helped shaped American foreign policy for more than 40 years. Dr. Henry Kissinger made a rare special appearance at the Nixon Library for an interview and discussion with historian Frank Gannon […]

In Memory of William Dewey Clower

The White House Advance Office - From left: William Henkel, Mike Duval, Jon Foust, Ron Walker, Mike Schrauth and Dewey Clower.

The Richard Nixon Foundation is saddened by the death of William Dewey Clower. Born and raised in Salem, Virginia, Dewey lived a life of public service, serving as an officer in the United States Air Force and working for four U.S. Presidents. A graduate of the University of Virginia, Dewey served as a 2nd Lt. […]

Dr. Ben Carson Applauds Nixon Health Care

Dr. Carson spoke to a crowd of 700 in the East Room.

World-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson stopped by the Nixon Library to greet an ecstatic crowd of fans and supporters and sign copies of his New York Times #1 best seller, One Nation. Before the book signing, Dr. Carson took the stage in the East Room to welcome the crowd, talk about current Washington politics and […]

Gingrich Talks the Midterm Elections, New Technologies

The former House Speaker discussed the 2014 midterm elections.

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich returned to the Richard Nixon Library and Museum to talk current world affairs and gave his expert predictions on the 2014 midterms. He followed the talk with a book signing accompanied by his wife Callista. Callista Gingrich signed the latest book in her New York Times best selling […]

Basketball Writer Seth Davis Talks Coach Wooden

The Whittier College men's basketball team welcomed Seth Davis.

President Nixon and UCLA basketball coach John Wooden were both towering figures of the 1960′s and 1970′s. While the 37th President was planning his historic trip to China and negotiating arms limitations with the Soviet Union, John Wooden was in the middle of a record-breaking championship run of 10 NCAA titles and 88 consecutive victories. […]

Nixon White House Tapes Discussed

From left: Luke Nichter and former Nixon White House aide Frank Gannon.

The Nixon White House tapes have delivered more than 3,000 hours of unique historical material. Luke A. Nichter, Associate Professor of History at Texas A&M University – Central Texas, is a noted expert on the Nixon tapes, and offers free access to all publicly released tapes at his website nixontapes.org. His new book, The Nixon […]