Adopted on February 23, 1967, the 25th Amendment established procedures for filling a vacancy in the office of the Vice President and responding to Presidential disabilities. This amendment was first used in 1973 when President Richard Nixon nominated Congressman Gerald Ford as Vice President following Spiro Agnew’s resignation.
The next year Ford became President after Nixon resigned. Under the 25th Amendment he nominated Nelson Rockefeller to fill the Vice Presidential vacancy, announcing his decision in the Oval Office on August 20, 1974, seen here.
-from the Ford Library
November 20, 1959 — Presidential Time Management
On November 20, 1959, President Eisenhower was in Augusta, Georgia, and his day lasted from 8:20 a.m. to 3:52 p.m. Among other activities, he did some office work and played 18 holes of golf with Charles Yates, Clifford Roberts and William Robinson. Robinson was president and chairman of the board of Coca-Cola, Inc. as well as a personal friend of President Eisenhower.