Scope and content: (From series: Presidential Daily Diary, compiled 01/21/1969 - 08/09/1974:) The Daily Diary chronicles the activities of the President, from the time he left the private residence until he retired for the day, including personal and private meetings, events, social and speaking engagements, trips, telephone calls, meals, routine tasks, and recreational pursuits.
For any given meeting, telephone call, or event, the Daily Diary usually lists the time, location, persons involved (or a reference to an appendix listing individuals present), and type of event.
This series also includes supporting materials used to compile the Daily Diary, such as the President's official weekly schedule, telephone logs, and Presidential movement logs. Files in the series on President Richard Nixon's visit in February 1972 to the People's Republic of China, for example, include detailed schedule logs, pool reports, flight manifests, news conference reports, lists of Chinese public officials, a list of meeting times with Premier Chou En-Lai, advance party information, fact books, and intelligence reports.
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