Frank Phillippi Watergate C0053
Published by George Mason University Libraries
Watergate was a major political scandal during the presidential administration of Richard M. Nixon. The scandal is named after the Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C., where it was discovered that the Democratic National Committee's headquarters had been burglarized on June 17, 1972. It was eventually uncovered that President Nixon and his administration were heavily involved in the scandal, which led to his resignation as President of the United States in August 1974, being the only president to ever do so.
This collection contains materials related to the Watergate scandal, including correspondence, film, printouts, publications, subject files, and videotapes.
Arranged by subject.
There are no access restrictions.
There are no restrictions on personal use. Permission to publish material from the Frank Phillippi Watergate collection must be obtained from Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.
Special Collections Research Center also holds the Arden B. Schell Watergate collection.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous)--1913-1994.
Watergate Affair, 1972-1974.
Frank Phillippi Watergate collection, C0053, Special Collections Research center, George Mason University.
Donated by Frank Phillippi in June 1998.
Processed by Special Collections Research Center staff. EAD markup completed by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty in August 2009. Finding aid updated by Amanda Brent in February 2019.