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

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

Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Visits Nixon Library

Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Visits Nixon Library

Apollo 11 Astronaut and American icon Buzz Aldrin discussed his new book for children, “Reaching for the Moon,” at the …read more

Bill Stover Dies of Heart Failure at 75

Bill Stover Dies of Heart Failure at 75

William Willard Stover, who served on Vice President Nixon’s staff, died of congestive heart failure April 22 at his …read more

Nixon Administration Official Pat Hitt Dies at 87

Nixon Administration Official Pat Hitt Dies at 87

Patricia Reilly Hitt, longtime political and civic volunteer, public official and a pioneer for women in politics and government, died …read more

When Night Fell In Indochina

When Night Fell In Indochina

By Bruce Herschensohn On April 30, 1975, Saigon’s name was changed to Ho Chi Minh City. Within hours, the American …read more

Richard Nixon on “Inside Washington”

Richard Nixon on “Inside Washington”

March 30, 1992: Former President Richard Nixon joined Richard Allen and Dho Young-shim on a premiere edition of “Inside Washington” …read more

President Nixon’s Farewell to the White House Staff

President Nixon’s Farewell to the White House Staff

August 9, 1974: President Nixon bids farewell to the White House staff.

President Nixon’s Resignation Speech

President Nixon’s Resignation Speech

August 8, 1974: Richard Nixon resigns the presidency.