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On October 30, 1973, Hubert Humphrey sent a note to Gerald Ford explaining the duties of the vice president.  This letter is displayed at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

On October 30, 1973, Hubert Humphrey sent a note to Gerald Ford explaining the duties of the vice president. This letter is displayed at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

These are notes from an August 6, 1974, cabinet meeting that reflect President Ford saying-- "No one regrets more than I do this whole tragic episode."

These are notes from an August 6, 1974, cabinet meeting that reflect President Ford saying-- "No one regrets more than I do this whole tragic episode."

Ford's Presidential Library displays the White House "Daily Diary" from August 9, 1974. It indicates at 12 pm Ford was sworn in as the 38th President of the United States.

Ford's Presidential Library displays the White House "Daily Diary" from August 9, 1974. It indicates at 12 pm Ford was sworn in as the 38th President of the United States.

This White House memo (displayed at Ford's Presidential Library) summarizes Congressional reaction to the president's nomination of Judge John Paul Stevens to the United States Supreme Court.

This White House memo (displayed at Ford's Presidential Library) summarizes Congressional reaction to the president's nomination of Judge John Paul Stevens to the United States Supreme Court.

This is President Ford's Proclamation granting a pardon to former President Nixon.

This is President Ford's Proclamation granting a pardon to former President Nixon.

On August 9, 1974, the New York Times reported on President Nixon's resignation.

On August 9, 1974, the New York Times reported on President Nixon's resignation.

At Ford's Presidential Library in Ann Arbor there's an informative timeline tracing his life.

At Ford's Presidential Library in Ann Arbor there's an informative timeline tracing his life.

On September 8, 1974, President Ford pardoned former President Nixon. This photo (which captured the moment) is displayed at The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

On September 8, 1974, President Ford pardoned former President Nixon. This photo (which captured the moment) is displayed at The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

On October 10, 1973, Spiro Agnew resigned as Vice President of the United States.  On December 6, 1973,  Chief Justice Warren Burger swore in Ford as the 40th Vice President of the United States.

On October 10, 1973, Spiro Agnew resigned as Vice President of the United States. On December 6, 1973, Chief Justice Warren Burger swore in Ford as the 40th Vice President of the United States.

The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  It's located on the north campus at the University of Michigan.  It exhibits artifacts from President Ford's life in Michigan (he attended UM) and at the White House.   The Library maintains Ford's presidential, vice presidential and congressional papers.

The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It's located on the north campus at the University of Michigan. It exhibits artifacts from President Ford's life in Michigan (he attended UM) and at the White House. The Library maintains Ford's presidential, vice presidential and congressional papers.

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