Take a step back in time to explore Nixon’s rich history and its immense impact on American politics.

Business Leader, Nixon Friend Carl Karcher Dies at 90

Business Leader, Nixon Friend Carl Karcher Dies at 90

He was an Ohio farm boy with an eighth-grade education who turned his $326 investment in a hot dog stand …read more

RN’s 95th Celebrated With Ceremony and Praise: Navy Admiral lays wreath, Sen. Simpson speaks

RN’s 95th Celebrated With Ceremony and Praise: Navy Admiral lays wreath, Sen. Simpson speaks

More than 350 visitors gathered at the Nixon Library on Wednesday, January 9, to celebrate the 95th anniversary of his …read more

Korean Ambassadors at Nixon Library Jan. 25

Korean Ambassadors at Nixon Library Jan. 25

Ambassador Lee Tae-sik of the Republic of Korea and Ambassador Alexander Vershbow of the United States will discuss Korean-American trade, …read more

Ron Walker on Passing of Old Friend Jack D’Arcy: Walker ran RN advance during D’Arcy’s trips

Ron Walker on Passing of Old Friend Jack D’Arcy: Walker ran RN advance during D’Arcy’s trips

“Jack D’Arcy played a big part in all of President Nixon’s travels.He and Tim Elboune were the Press Advance team …read more

Nixon White House Staffer, Charles Stuart, Dies at 69

Nixon White House Staffer, Charles Stuart, Dies at 69

Charles Stuart, Union College class of 1959, died August 19, 2007 at the ageof 69 at his home at Rose …read more

Wreath Laying Ceremony on 94th Anniversary of Nixon’s Birthday

Wreath Laying Ceremony on 94th Anniversary of Nixon’s Birthday

January 9, 2007: Wreath laying at the memorial sites of President and Mrs. Nixon. Remarks by John H. Taylor and …read more

Art Linkletter at the Nixon Library

Art Linkletter at the Nixon Library

January 2007: The TV commentator talks about his remarkable life in show business and “How to Make the Rest of …read more

History finds room to land

History finds room to land

By Eleeza V. Agopian and Cindy Arora, The Orange County Register: RIVERSIDE – The Army colonel was eating dinner with …read more

CEO of the Court

CEO of the Court

The Heritage Foundation’s Paul Rosenzweig examines Rehnquist’s legacy: If Richard Nixon, who appointed William Rehnquist to the Supreme Court, or Ronald …read more

RN Was the Man Behind “The Treasures of Tutankhamen” in 1976

RN Was the Man Behind “The Treasures of Tutankhamen” in 1976

Read the Los Angeles Times article about King Tut and RN: The Boy Shill How King Tut evolved from Cold War cultural …read more