Guide to the Arden B. Schell Watergate Collection, 1972-1974

Arden B. Schell Watergate C0041


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Contact Information:

Fenwick Library (2FL)

George Mason University

Fairfax, Virginia 22030-4444

USA

Phone: (703) 993-2220

Fax: (703) 993-8911

Email: speccoll@gmu.edu

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Descriptive Summary

Repository George Mason University. Special Collections Research Center.
Creator Arden B. Schell
Title Arden B. Schell Watergate collection
Date 1972-1974
Physical Characteristics 11 linear feet (22 boxes)
Abstract This collection contains documents assembled by House Judiciary Committee Assistant Counsel Arden Schell, relating to the investigation of the Watergate Affair (1972-1974). The materials include evidentiary statements, printed (GPO) publications detailing the House Committee on the Judiciary investigation of Watergate and resulting impeachment hearings, and other textual materials such as correspondence, notes, and transcripts.
Collection number C0041
Language English

Historical Information

The papers included in this collection consist primarily of "evidentiary statements" gathered by the House Judiciary Committee's Inquiry staff during its investigation of President Richard Nixon and the Watergate break-in and cover-up. The Inquiry staff was charged with collecting evidence that would be used by the Committee to determine whether or not Nixon should be impeached. The evidentiary statements derive from the Nixon Oval Office tape recordings as well as testimony and documents from key White House, FBI, and CIA personnel.

Arden B. Schell was an Assistant Counsel on the House Judiciary Committee.

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Scope and Content

This collection contains documents assembled by House Judiciary Committee Assistant Counsel Arden Schell relating to the investigation of the Watergate Affair (1972-1974). The materials include evidentiary statements, printed (GPO) publications detailing the House Committee on the Judiciary investigation of Watergate and resulting impeachment hearings, and other textual materials such as correspondence, notes, and transcripts. In addition to the Watergate break in, the subjects covered in this collection include materials on the International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, domestic surveillance, dairy price supports, abuse of the Internal Revenue Service, and the activities of the Special Prosecutors.

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Arrangement

Organized by subject.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

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Related Material

Special Collections Research Center also holds material about Watergate in the American Political Items Collectors collection, the Francis J. McNamara papers, and the Frank Phillippi Watergate collection.

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Index Terms

Persons:

Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994.

Corporate Names:

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary.

Subjects:

Watergate Affair, 1972-1974.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Arden B. Schell Watergate collection, Collection #C0041, Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University.

Acquisition Information

Collection donated by Ms. Arden Schell in 1995.

Processing Information

Some reprocessing was completed in 2009, and the folder information contains the old box and folder numbers.

Processed by Special Collections Research Center staff. EAD markup completed by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty in April 2009.

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Contents List

Arden B. Schell Watergate collection 1972-1974
The folder information also contains the old box and folder numbers.
Box Folder
1 1 Evidentiary Notebook 1, 1972-1974
1.1 ("Gemstone" Operation; "Plumbers" Unit; "Political Enemies" Project; "Sedan Chair II" Operation); Alfred Baldwin; Bernard Barker; John "Jack" Caulfield; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP); John Dean; Democratic National Committee (DNC); Finance Committee to Re-elect the President; Virgilio Gonzalez; H.R. Haldeman; Sally Harmony; Howard E. Hunt; International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT); Richard Kleindienst; Fred Larue; Paul Leeper; George Gordon Liddy; Jeb Stuart Magruder; Eugenio Martinez; James McCord; George McGovern; John N. Mitchell; Edmund Muskie (US Senate); Richard M. Nixon (re-election campaign); Robert Reisner; Carl Shoffler; Hugh Sloan; Maurice Stans; Gordon Strachan; Frank Sturgis; Watergate Hotel
2 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (1.1 - 1.5), 1972-1974
1.2
3 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (2.1), 1972-1974
1.3
4 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (3.1 - 3.4), 1972-1974
1.4
5 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (4.1 - 4.5), 1972-1974
1.5
6 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (5.1 - 5.7), 1972-1974
1.6
7 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (6.1 - 6.5), 1972-1974
1.7
8 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (7.1 - 7.8), 1972-1974
1.8
9 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (8.1 - 8.2), 1972-1974
1.9
10 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (9.1 - 9.7), 1972-1974
1.10
11 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (10.1 - 10.2), 1972-1974
1.11
12 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (11.1 - 11.4), 1972-1974
1.12
13 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (12.1 - 12.2), 1972-1974
1.13
14 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (13.1 - 13.2), 1972-1974
1.14
15 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (14.1), 1972-1974
1.15
16 Evidentiary Notebook 1, 15.1 - 15.5, 1972-1974
16
17 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (16.1 - 16.3), 1972-1974
1.17
18 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (17.1 - 17.3), 1972-1974
1.18
19 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (18.1 - 18.4), 1972-1974
1.19
20 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (19.1 - 19.3), 1972-1974
1.20
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2 1 Evidentiary Notebook 1 (20.1 - 20.8), 1972-1974
1.21
2 Evidentiary Notebook 2, 1972-1974
1.22 ("Gemstone" Operation; Key Biscayne, Florida; "Sedan Chair II" Operation; White House tapes--18.5 minute gap); Bernard Barker; Robert Bennett; Burning Tree Country Club; Fred J. Buzhardt; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Ken Clawson; Charles Colson; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP); Kenneth Dahlberg; J. Dialberto; John Dean; Democratic National Committee (DNC); John Ehrlichman; Fred Fielding; Virgilio Gonzalez; Patrick Gray; H.R. Haldeman; Joan Hall; Lawrence Higby; Houston Lawrence; Howard E. Hunt; Bruce A. Kehrli; John F. Kennedy; Richard Kleindienst; Fred Larue; Paul Leeper; George Gordon Liddy; Jeb Stuart Magruder; Jeb Stuart Magruder; Robert Mardian; Eugenio Martinez; James McCord; John Michell; Powell Moore; Richard M. Nixon (re-election campaign); Manuel Ogarrio; Henry Peterson; John Sirica; Hugh Sloan; Gordon Strachan; Frank Sturgis; Vernon Walters; Washington Post; Watergate Hotel; Rose Mary Woods; Ronald Ziegler
3 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (1.1 - 1.3), 1972-1974
1.23
4 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (2.1 - 2.8), 1972-1974
1.24
5 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (3.1 - 3.4), 1972-1974
1.25
6 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (4.1 - 4.6), 1972-1974
1.26
7 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (5.1 - 5.2), 1972-1974
1.27
8 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (6.1), 1972-1974
1.28
9 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (7.1 - 7.2), 1972-1974
1.29
10 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (8.1), 1972-1974
1.30
11 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (9.1 - 9.2), 1972-1974
1.31
12 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (10.1), 1972-1974
1.32
13 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (11.1 - 11.4), 1972-1974
1.33
14 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (12.1 - 12.2), 1972-1974
1.34
15 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (13.1), 1972-1974
1.35
16 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (14.1 - 14.11), 1972-1974
1.36
17 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (15.1 - 15.5), 1972-1974
1.37
18 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (16.1 - 16.8), 1972-1974
1.38
19 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (17.1 - 17.4), 1972-1974
1.39
20 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (18.1), 1972-1974
1.40
21 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (19.1 - 19.12), 1972-1974
1.41
22 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 1 (20.1 - 20.2), 1972-1974
1.42
23 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (21.1 - 21.3), 1972-1974
1.43 John Dean; H.R. Haldeman; Gordon Strachan
24 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (22.1 - 22.3), 1972-1974
1.44 Fred Larue; Robert Mardian; John N. Mitchell
25 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (23.1), 1972-1974
1.45 Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Evelyn DePue; Howard E. Hunt; Rob Roy Ratcliff
26 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (24.1), 1972-1974
1.46 (Bugging); Douglas Caddy; Democratic National Committee (DNC); Howard E. Hunt; James McCord; George McGovern; John N. Mitchell; Lawrence F. O'Brien; Washington Post
27 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (25.1 - 25.3), 1972-1974
1.47 John N. Mitchell
28 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (26.1 - 26.3), 1972-1974
1.48 Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Patrick Gray
29 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (28.1 - 28.5), 1972-1974
1.49 Charles Colson; John Dean; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Patrick Gray; Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities
30 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (29.1 - 29.7), 1972-1974
1.50 Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); John Dean; Democratic National Committee (DNC); Daniel Ellsberg; Patrick Gray; H.R. Haldeman; John L. McClellan (US Senate); James McCord
31 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (30.1), 1972-1974
1.51 (Bugging); Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); John N. Mitchell; Robert Ziegler
32 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (31.1 - 31.4), 1972-1974
1.52 Richard M. Nixon (statement on Watergate)
33 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (32.1 - 32.8), 1972-1974
1.53 Kenneth Dahlberg; John N. Mitchell; Hugh Sloan; Maurice Stans
34 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (33.1 - 33.8), 1972-1974
1.54 (Bugging); Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Democratic National Committee (DNC); John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Patrick Gray; Richard Helms; Vernon Walters
35 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (34.1 - 34.4), 1972-1974
1.55 Patrick Gray; Vernon Walters
36 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (35.1 - 35.3), 1972-1974
1.56 George Gordon Liddy; Maurice Stans
37 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (36.1), 1972-1974
1.57
38 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (37.1 - 37.4), 1972-1974
1.58 Richard Ben-Veniste; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Fred Fielding; Patrick Gray
39 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (38.1 - 38.4), 1972-1974
1.59 John Ehrlichman; Vernon Walters
40 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (39.1 - 39.3), 1972-1974
1.60 Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Manuel Ogarrio Daguerre; Kenneth Dahlberg; Patrick Gray
41 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 2 (40.1 - 40.8), 1972-1974
1.61 Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Robert Cushman; John Ehrlichman; Patrick Gray; Richard Helms; Howard E. Hunt; Howard Osborn; Karl Wagner; Watergate Hotel
42 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3, 1972-1974
1.62 ("Plumbers" Unit); Address Books; E. Howard Hunt; Bernard Barker; Robert Barker; Fred J. Buzhardt; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Kathleen Chenow; William Colby; Archibald Cox; Robert Cushman; Kenneth Dahlberg; John Dean; Democratic National Committee (DNC); John Ehrlichman; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Fred Fielding; Lewis Fielding; Finance Committee to Re-elect the President; Patrick Gray; Richard Helms; Howard E. Hunt; Richard Kleindienst; Egil Krogh; George Gordon Liddy; Clark MacGregor; Jeb Stuart Magruder; Eugenio Martinez; James McCord; John N. Mitchell; Lawrence F. O'Brien; Manuel Ogarrio; Kenneth Parkinson; Henry Peterson; James Schlessinger; Senate Committee on the Judiciary; Earl Silbert; Maurice Stans; Vernon Walters; Watergate Hotel; David Young
43 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (45.1 - 45.6), 1972-1974
1.63
44 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (42.1), 1972-1974
1.64
45 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (43.1), 1972-1974
1.65
46 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (44.1 - 44.7), 1972-1974
1.66
47 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (45.1 - 45.6), 1972-1974
1.67
48 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (46.1), 1972-1974
1.68
49 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (47.1), 1972-1974
1.69
50 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (48.1 - 48.12), 1972-1974
1.70
51 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (49.1 - 49.4), 1972-1974
1.71
52 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (50.1 - 51.7), 1972-1974
1.72
53 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (51.1 - 51.6), 1972-1974
1.73
54 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (52.1 - 52.3), 1972-1974
1.74
55 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (53.1 - 53.3), 1972-1974
1.75
56 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (54.1), 1972-1974
1.76
57 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (55.1 - 55.4), 1972-1974
1.77
58 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (56.1 - 56.5), 1972-1974
1.78
59 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (57.1), 1972-1974
1.79
60 Evidentiary Notebook 2, Vol. 3 (58.1 - 58.4), 1972-1974
1.80
61 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1, 1972-1974
1.81 ("Plumbers" Unit); Dita Beard; William O. Bittman; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Dwight Chapin; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP) (payment of Watergate defendants); John Dean; Democratic National Committee (DNC); John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Dorothy Hunt; Howard E. Hunt; International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT); Herbert Kalmbach; Richard Kleindienst; Fred Larue; George Gordon Liddy; Jeb Stuart Magruder; Robert Mardian; James McGovern; John N. Mitchell; Herbert Porter; Hugh Sloan; Maurice Stans; Anthony Ulasewicz; Vernon Walters; Washington National Airport; Watergate Hotel
62 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (1.1 - 1.2), 1972-1974
1.82
63 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (2.1 - 2.3), 1972-1974
1.83
64 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (3.1 - 3.2), 1972-1974
1.84
65 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (4.1 - 4.3), 1972-1974
1.85
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3 1 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (5.1 - 5.4), 1972-1974
1.86
2 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (6.1 - 6.5), 1972-1974
1.87
3 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (7.1 - 7.5), 1972-1974
1.88
4 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (8.1 - 8.2), 1972-1974
1.89
5 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (9.1 - 9.3), 1972-1974
1.90
6 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (10.1 - 10.2), 1972-1974
1.91
7 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (11.1 - 11.6), 1972-1974
1.92 Kenneth Dahlberg
8 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (12.1 - 12.2), 1972-1974
1.93
9 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (13.1 - 13.2), 1972-1974
1.94
10 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (14.1 - 14.3), 1972-1974
1.95
11 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (15.1 - 15.3), 1972-1974
1.96
12 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (16.1 - 16.3), 1972-1974
1.97
13 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 1 (17.1 - 17.2), 1972-1974
1.98
14 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (18.1 - 18.5), 1972-1974
1.99
15 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2, 1972-1974
2.1 (Camp David, Maryland; Pentagon papers; "Plumbers" Unit) Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Dwight Chapin; Charles Colson; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP) (payment of Watergate defendants); John Dean; John Ehrlichman; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); H.R. Haldeman; Richard Helms; Dorothy Hunt; Howard E. Hunt; Thomas Jones; Herbert Kalmbach; Egil Krogh; Fred Larue; George Gordon Liddy; Jeb Stuart Magruder; James McCord; John N. Mitchell; Northrup Corporation; Herbert Porter; Donald Segretti; Maurice Stans; Gordon Strachan; Anthony Ulasewicz; Washington National Airport; Watergate Hotel
16 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (19.1 - 19.5), 1972-1974
2.2
17 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (20.1 - 20.5), 1972-1974
2.3
18 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (21.1 - 21.2), 1972-1974
2.4
19 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (22.1 - 22.6), 1972-1974
2.5
20 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (23.1 - 23.5), 1972-1974
2.6
21 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (24.1 - 24.3), 1972-1974
2.7
22 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (25.1 - 25.6), 1972-1974
2.8
23 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (26.1), 1972-1974
2.9
24 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (27.1), 1972-1974
2.10
25 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (28.1), 1972-1974
2.11
26 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (29.1 - 29.5), 1972-1974
2.12
27 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (30.1 - 30.2), 1972-1974
2.13
28 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (31.1 - 31.4), 1972-1974
2.14
29 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (32.1 - 32.3), 1972-1974
2.15
30 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (33.1 - 33.9), 1972-1974
2.16
31 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (34.1 - 34.6), 1972-1974
2.17
32 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 2 (35.1 - 35.5), 1972-1974
2.18
33 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3, 1972-1974
2.19 (Executive privilege; Rancho LaCosta, California; San Clemente, California; domestic surveillance; wiretapping); Howard Baker (US Senate); William O. Bittman; John "Jack" Caulfield; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP) (payment of Watergate defendants); John Dean; Cartha DeLoach; Ervin Committee; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); H.R. Haldeman; Lawrence Higby; Howard E. Hunt; Jerry Jones; Herbert Kalmbach; Donald Kendall; Richard Kleindienst; Fred Larue; George Gordon Liddy; Jeb Stuart Magruder; Peter Maroulis; James McCord; John N. Mitchell; Richard Moore; Herbert Porter; Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities; Hugh Sloan; Watergate defendants (sentencing)
34 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3 (36.1 - 36.2), 1972-1974
2.20
35 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3 (37.1 - 37.3), 1972-1974
2.21
36 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3 (38.1), 1972-1974
2.22
37 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3 (39.1 - 39.6), 1972-1974
2.23
38 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3 (40.1), 1972-1974
2.24
39 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3 (41.1), 1972-1974
2.25
40 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3 (42.1 - 42.3), 1972-1974
2.26
41 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3 (43.1 - 43.6), 1972-1974
2.27
42 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3 (44.1 - 44.8), 1972-1974
2.28
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4 1 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3 (45.1 - 45.7), 1972-1974
2.29
2 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3 (46.1 - 46.6), 1972-1974
2.30
3 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 3 (47.1), 1972-1974
2.31
4 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4, 1972-1974
2.32 (Executive clemency); Fred J. Buzhardt; Charles Colson; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP); John Dean; James O. Estland (US Senate); John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg; Patrick Gray; H.R. Haldeman; Howard E. Hunt; Herbert Kalmbach; Richard Kleindienst; Egil Krogh; George Gordon Liddy; Jeb Stuart Magruder; John N. Mitchell; Richard Moore; Paul O'Brien; David Shapiro; Hugh Sloan; Maurice Stans; Gordon Strachan; Fred Thompson; Washington Post; Watergate Hotel; White House (involvement in Watergate); Ronald Ziegler
5 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (48.1), 1972-1974
2.33
5 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (49.1 - 49.3), 1972-1974
2.34
6 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (50.1), 1972-1974
2.35
7 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (51.1 - 51.2), 1972-1974
2.36
8 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (52.1 - 52.3), 1972-1974
2.37
9 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (53.1 - 53.3), 1972-1974
2.38
10 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (54.1 - 54.2), 1972-1974
2.39
11 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (55.1 - 55.3), 1972-1974
2.40
12 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (56.1), 1972-1974
2.41
13 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (57.1 - 57.2), 1972-1974
2.42
14 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (58.1), 1972-1974
2.43
15 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (59.1 - 59.5), 1972-1974
2.44
16 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (60.1), 1972-1974
2.45
17 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (61.1 - 61.4), 1972-1974
2.46
18 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (62.1 - 62.4), 1972-1974
2.47
19 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (63.1 - 63.3), 1972-1974
2.48
20 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 4 (64.1 - 64), 1972-1974
2.49
21 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 5, 1972-1974
2.50 William O. Bittman; Dwight Chapin; Charles Colson; John Dean; John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg; H.R. Haldeman; Howard E. Hunt; Egil Krogh; Fred Larue; Jeb Stuart Magruder; Manyon Millican; John N. Mitchell; Richard Moore; Sherman Unger; White House (involvement in Watergate)
22 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 5 (65.1 - 65.4), 1972-1974
2.51
23 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 5 (66.1), 1972-1974
2.52
24 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 5 (67.1), 1972-1974
2.53
25 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 5 (68.1 - 68.3), 1972-1974
2.54
26 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 5 (69.1 - 69.6), 1972-1974
2.55
27 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 5 (70.1), 1972-1974
2.56
28 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 5 (71.1 - 71.8), 1972-1974
2.57
29 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 5 (71.1 - 71.2), 1972-1974
2.58
30 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 5 (72.1), 1972-1974
2.59
31 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 5 (73.4 - 73.11), 1972-1974
2.60
32 Evidentiary Notebook 3, Vol. 5 (74.1 - 74.2), 1972-1974
2.61
33 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1, 1972-1974
2.62 (Executive privilege; Camp David, Maryland; Key Biscayne, Florida) Howard Baker (US Senate); Charles Colson; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP); John Dean ("Dean Report"; Testimony); John Ehrlichman; Patrick Gray (confirmation hearings); H.R. Haldeman; Howard E. Hunt (clemency); Richard Kleindienst; George Gordon Liddy; Los Angeles Times; Jeb Stuart Magruder; James McCord; John N. Mitchell; Paul O'Brien; Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities; John Sirica; Watergate Hotel; Ronald Ziegler
34 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (1.1), 1972-1974
2.63
35 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (2.1 - 2.2), 1972-1974
2.64
36 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (3.1 - 3.2), 1972-1974
2.65
37 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (4.1 - 4.3), 1972-1974
2.66
38 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (5.1 - 5.3), 1972-1974
2.67
39 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (6.1 - 6.4), 1972-1974
2.68
40 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (7.1), 1972-1974
2.69
41 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (8.1 - 8.2), 1972-1974
2.70
42 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (9.1 - 9.3), 1972-1974
2.71
43 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (10.1 - 10.4), 1972-1974
2.72
44 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (11.1 - 11.3), 1972-1974
2.73
45 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (12.1 - 12.2), 1972-1974
2.74
46 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (13.1), 1972-1974
2.75
47 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 1 (14.1 - 14.3), 1972-1974
2.76
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5 1 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2, 1972-1974
2.77 (Executive clemency; Camp David, Maryland; San Clemente, California) Bank of America; James Bierbower; Charles Colson; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP) (payment of Watergate defendants); John Dean; John Ehrlichman; Sam Ervin (US Senate); Fred Fielding; Patrick Gray (nomination); H.R. Haldeman; Lawrence Higby; Thomas Hogan; Howard E. Hunt; Herbert Kalmbach; Richard Kleindienst; Fred Larue; George Gordon Liddy; Jeb Stuart Magruder; James McCord; John N. Mitchell; Paul O'Brien; Paul O'Connor; Henry Peterson; Robert Reisner; Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities; Charles Shaffer; Gordon Strachan; Washington Post; Ronald Ziegler
2 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (15.1 - 15.5), 1972-1974
2.78
3 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (16.1 - 16.8), 1972-1974
2.79
4 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (17.1 - 17.7), 1972-1974
2.80
5 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (18.1), 1972-1974
2.81
6 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (19.1), 1972-1974
2.82
7 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (20.1 - 20.6), 1972-1974
2.83
8 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (21.1 - 21.3), 1972-1974
2.84
9 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (22.1 - 22.9), 1972-1974
2.85
10 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (23.1 - 23.2), 1972-1974
2.86
11 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (24.1 - 24.3), 1972-1974
2.87
12 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (25.1), 1972-1974
2.88
13 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (26.1), 1972-1974
2.89
14 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (27.1 - 27.2), 1972-1974
2.90
15 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (28.1 - 28.4), 1972-1974
2.91
16 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (29.1 - 29.3), 1972-1974
2.92
17 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (30.1 - 30.3), 1972-1974
2.93
18 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (31.1 - 31.2), 1972-1974
2.94
19 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (32.1), 1972-1974
2.95
20 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 2 (33.1 - 33.2), 1972-1974
2.96
21 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3, 1972-1974
2.97 ("Gemstone" Operation; Key Biscayne, Florida; Las Vegas, Nevada); Charles Colson; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP) (payment of Watergate defendants); John Dean; Democratic National Committee (DNC); John Ehrlichman; Fountainbleau Hotel; Hank Greenspun; H.R. Haldeman; Thomas Hart; Lawrence Higby; Howard E. Hunt; Richard Kleindienst; Fred Larue; George Gordon Liddy; Jeb Stuart Magruder; Robert Mardian; James McCord; George McGovern; John N. Mitchell; Henry Peterson; Herbert Porter; Earl Silbert; Gordon Strachan; Watergate Hotel
22 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (34.1 - 34.7), 1972-1974
2.98
23 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (35.1 - 35.3), 1972-1974
2.99
24 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (36.1 - 36.2), 1972-1974
3.1
25 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (37.1 - 37.5), 1972-1974
3.2
26 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (38.1 - 38.2), 1972-1974
3.3
27 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (39.1 - 39.5), 1972-1974
3.4
28 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (40.1), 1972-1974
3.5
29 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (41.1 - 41.2), 1972-1974
3.6
30 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (42.1 - 42.3), 1972-1974
3.7
31 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (43.1 - 43.3), 1972-1974
3.8
31 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (44.1 - 44.5), 1972-1974
3.9
32 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (45.1 - 45.2), 1972-1974
3.10
33 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (46.1 - 46.2), 1972-1974
3.11
34 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (47.1 - 47.2), 1972-1974
3.12
35 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (48.1 - 48.2), 1972-1974
3.13
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6 1 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 3 (49.1 - 49.5), 1972-1974
3.14
2 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4, 1972-1974
3.15 (Executive privilege; "Gemstone" Operation); Charles Colson; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP) (payment of Watergate defendants); John Dean (Obstruction of justice; Resignation; Testimony); John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg; Lewis Fielding; Patrick Gray; H.R. Haldeman; Thomas Hart; Lawrence Higby; Howard E. Hunt; Herbert Kalmbach; Richard Kleindienst; Fred Larue; George Gordon Liddy; Jeb Stuart Magruder; John N. Mitchell; Jacki Nesbitt; Henry Peterson; Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities; Gordon Strachan; Ronald Ziegler
3 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (50.1 - 50.3), 1972-1974
3.16
4 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (51.1 - 51.6), 1972-1974
3.17
5 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (52.1 - 52.4), 1972-1974
3.18
6 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (53.1 - 53.4), 1972-1974
3.19
7 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (53.5 - 53.10), 1972-1974
3.20
8 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (54.1 - 54.4), 1972-1974
3.21
9 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (55.1 - 55.8), 1972-1974
3.22
10 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (56.1 - 56.5), 1972-1974
3.23
11 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (56.6 - 56.8), 1972-1974
3.24
12 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (57.1 - 57.7), 1972-1974
3.25
13 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (58.1 - 58.3), 1972-1974
3.26
14 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (59.1 - 59.3), 1972-1974
3.27
15 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (60.1 - 60.3), 1972-1974
3.28
16 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (61.1 - 61.2), 1972-1974
3.29
17 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (62.1 - 62), 1972-1974
3.30
18 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (63.1 - 63.5), 1972-1974
3.31
19 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (64.1 - 64.2), 1972-1974
3.32
20 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 4 (65.1 - 65.3), 1972-1974
3.33
21 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5, 1972-1974
3.34 (White House tape recordings); Stephen Bull; Dwight Chapin; Ken Clawson; John Dean (Immunity; Testimony); John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg; Lewis Fielding; Patrick Gray; H.R. Haldeman; J. Edgar Hoover; Howard E. Hunt; Herbert Kalmbach; Fred Larue; George Gordon Liddy; Clark MacGregor; Jeb Stuart Magruder; James McCord; John N. Mitchell; Richard Moore; Henry Peterson; Herbert Porter; William Rogers; Secret Service; Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities; Gordon Strachan; Frank Strickler; John Wilson; Ronald Ziegler
22 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (66.1 - 66.2), 1972-1974
3.35
23 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (67.1 - 67.2), 1972-1974
3.36
24 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (68.1 - 68.3), 1972-1974
3.37
25 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (69.1 - 69.5), 1972-1974
3.38
26 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (70.1 - 70.2), 1972-1974
3.39
27 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (71.1 - 71.2), 1972-1974
3.40
28 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (72.1 - 72.2), 1972-1974
3.41
29 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (73.1 - 73.2), 1972-1974
3.42
30 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (74.1), 1972-1974
3.43
31 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (75.1 - 75.2), 1972-1974
3.44
32 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (76.1 - 76.10), 1972-1974
3.45
33 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (77.1 - 77.8), 1972-1974
3.46
34 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (78.1 - 78.5), 1972-1974
3.47
35 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (79.1 - 79.2), 1972-1974
3.48
36 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (80.1 - 80.2), 1972-1974
3.49
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7 1 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5, 1972-1974
3.50 (Camp David, Maryland; Key Biscayne, Florida; White House tape recordings) Stephen Bull; John Dean; John Ehrlichman; Patrick Gray; H.R. Haldeman; Lawrence Higby; Howard E. Hunt; Herbert Kalmbach; Richard Kleindienst; Jeb Stuart Magruder; Henry Peterson; Elliot Richardson; Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities; Washington Post; Lowell Weicker (US Senate); Ronald Ziegler; Raymond Zumwalt
2 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (81.1 - 81.2), 1972-1974
3.51
3 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (82.1 - 82.2), 1972-1974
3.52
4 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (83.1 - 83.2), 1972-1974
3.53
5 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (84.1 - 84.9), 1972-1974
3.54
6 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (85.1 - 85.6), 1972-1974
3.55
7 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (86.1), 1972-1974
3.56
8 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (87.1 - 87.6), 1972-1974
3.57
9 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (88.1 - 88.2), 1972-1974
3.58
10 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (89.1 - 89.3), 1972-1974
3.59
11 Evidentiary Notebook 4, Vol. 5 (90.1), 1972-1974
3.60
12 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1, 1972-1974
3.61 (Revenue sharing); Spiro Agnew; Dita Beard; Canteen Corporation; Casey Thomas; Dwight Chapin; John Ehrlichman; Peter Flanigan; Harold S. Geneen; Edward Gerrity; Grinnel Corporation; Erwin Griswold; Hartford Fire Insurance Company; House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee; James (General) Hughes; Tod Hullin; International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT); Richard Kleindienst; Richard McLaren; William Merriam; John N. Mitchell; Michael Mitchell; Office of Foreign Direct Investment; Peter Peterson; John Poole; Felix Rohatyn; John Ryan; George Schultz; Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC); Hugh Sloan; Maurice Stans; Lawrence Walsh
13 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (1.1 - 1.6), 1972-1974
3.62
14 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (2.1 - 2.4), 1972-1974
3.63
15 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (3.1 - 3.4), 1972-1974
3.64
16 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (4.1), 1972-1974
3.65
17 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (5.1 - 5.12), 1972-1974
3.66
18 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (6.1 - 6.3), 1972-1974
3.67
19 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (7.1 - 7.2), 1972-1974
3.68
20 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (8.1 - 8.3), 1972-1974
3.69
21 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (9.1), 1972-1974
3.70
22 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (10.1 - 10.2), 1972-1974
3.71
23 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (11.1 - 11.2), 1972-1974
3.72
24 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (12.1 - 12.5), 1972-1974
3.73
25 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (13.1 - 13.2), 1972-1974
3.74
26 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (14.1 - 14.2), 1972-1974
3.75
27 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (15.1 - 15.5), 1972-1974
3.76
28 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (16.1 - 16.2), 1972-1974
3.77
29 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (17.1 - 17.2), 1972-1974
3.78
30 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 1 (18.1), 1972-1974
3.79
31 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2, 1972-1974
3.80 (1972 Republican National Convention; San Diego, California; Sheraton Harbor Island Hotel); Jack Anderson; Dita Beard; Canteen Corporation; Chicago Tribune; John Connally; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP); Robert Dole; John Ehrlichman; Peter Flanigan; Harold S. Geneen; Jo Good; Grinnel Corporation; H.R. Haldeman; Hartford Fire Insurance Company; Lawrence Higby; Brit Hume; International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT); Howard James (President, ITT-Sheraton); Herbert Klein; Richard Kleindienst; Egil Krogh; Jeb Stuart Magruder Paul McCracken; Richard McLaren; William Merriam; John N. Mitchell; Michael Mitchell; Louis Nunn; Robert Odle; Peter Peterson; Richard Ramsden; Ed Reinecke (Lt. Governor, California); Republican National Committee; Felix Rohatyn; Senate Committee on the Judiciary; Gordon Strachan; William Timmons; Washington Post; Bob Wilson (US Representative)
32 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (19.1 - 19.4), 1972-1974
3.81
33 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (20.1 - 20.4), 1972-1974
3.82
34 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (21.1 - 21.5), 1972-1974
3.83
35 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (22.1 - 22.13), 1972-1974
3.84
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8 1 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (23.1), 1972-1974
3.85
2 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (24.1 - 24.2), 1972-1974
3.86
3 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (25.1), 1972-1974
3.87
4 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (26.1 - 26.2), 1972-1974
3.88
5 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (27.1 - 27.4), 1972-1974
3.89
6 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (28.1 - 28.11), 1972-1974
3.90
7 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (29.1 - 29.3), 1972-1974
3.91
8 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (30.1), 1972-1974
3.92
9 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (31.1 - 31.4), 1972-1974
3.93
10 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (32.1 - 32.6), 1972-1974
3.94
11 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (33.1), 1972-1974
3.95
12 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (34.1 - 34.2), 1972-1974
3.96
13 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (35.1), 1972-1974
3.97
14 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 2 (36.1), 1972-1974
3.98
15 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3, 1972-1974
4.1 (Denver, Colorado; Key Biscayne, Florida) Birch Bayh (US Senate); Dita Beard; William Casey; Charles Colson; John Connally; John Dean; James O. Estland (US Senate); John Ehrlichman; Ralph Erickson; Fred Fielding; Harold S. Geneen; Edward Gerrity; Grinnel Corporation; H.R. Haldeman; J. Edgar Hoover; House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee; Howard E. Hunt; International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT); Wallace Johnson; Edward M. Kennedy (US Senate); Herbert Klein; Richard Kleindienst; Clark MacGregor; Charles Mallory; Robert Mardian; William Merriam; John N. Mitchell; Michael Mitchell; Richard Moore; New York Times; Peter Peterson; John Ryan; Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC); Joseph Snyder, MD; Harley Staggers; William Timmons; John Tunney (US Senate); Washington Post
16 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (37.1), 1972-1974
4.2
17 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (38.1 - 38.3), 1972-1974
4.3
18 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (39.1 - 39.6), 1972-1974
4.4
19 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (40.1), 1972-1974
4.5
20 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (41.1 - 41.7), 1972-1974
4.6
21 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (42.1), 1972-1974
4.7
22 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (43.1), 1972-1974
4.8
23 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (44.1 - 44.5), 1972-1974
4.9
24 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (45.1 - 45.2), 1972-1974
4.10
25 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (46.1 - 46.4), 1972-1974
4.11
26 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (47.1 - 47.3), 1972-1974
4.12
27 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (48.1), 1972-1974
4.13
28 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (49.1 - 49.15), 1972-1974
4.14
29 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (50.1 - 50.3), 1972-1974
4.15
30 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (51.1 - 51.2), 1972-1974
4.16
31 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (52.1 - 52.6), 1972-1974
4.17
32 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (53.1 - 53.4), 1972-1974
4.18
33 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (54.1 - 54.2), 1972-1974
4.19
34 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (55.1 - 55.9), 1972-1974
4.20
35 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (56.1 - 56.2), 1972-1974
4.21
36 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (57.1), 1972-1974
4.22
37 Evidentiary Notebook 5, Vol. 3 (58.1 - 58.2), 1972-1974
4.23
38 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1, 1972-1974
4.24 (Chicago, Illinois; Milk--Price supports for) Associated Milk Producers, Inc. (AMPI); Albert Brewer; Murray Chotiner; Charles Colson; Harry Dent; John Ehrlichman; Tom Evans; Peter Flanigan; Jack Gleason; H.R. Haldeman; Marion Harrison; Patrick J. Hillings; Robert Isham; Herbert Kalmbach; Robert Lilly; Harold Nelson; Richard M. Nixon (re-election campaign); David Parr; Maurice Stans; Anthony Ulasewicz; Wagner and Baroody; George Wallace
39 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (1.1 - 1.6), 1972-1974
4.25
40 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (2.1 - 2.5), 1972-1974
4.26
Box Folder
9 1 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (3.1 - 3.6), 1972-1974
4.27
2 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (4.1), 1972-1974
4.28
3 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (5.1 - 5.7), 1972-1974
4.29
4 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (6.1 - 6.3), 1972-1974
4.30
5 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (7.1 - 7.3), 1972-1974
4.31
6 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (8.1 - 8.2), 1972-1974
4.32
7 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (9.1 - 9.5), 1972-1974
4.33
8 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (10.1 - 10.2), 1972-1974
4.24
9 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (1.1 - 1.6), 1972-1974
4.25
10 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (2.1 - 2.5), 1972-1974
4.26
11 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (3.1 - 3.6), 1972-1974
4.27
12 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (4.1), 1972-1974
4.28
13 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (5.1 - 5.7), 1972-1974
4.29
14 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (6.1 - 6.3), 1972-1974
4.30
15 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (7.1 - 7.3), 1972-1974
4.31
16 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (8.1 - 8.2), 1972-1974
4.32
17 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (9.1 - 9.5), 1972-1974
4.33
18 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (10.1 - 10.2), 1972-1974
4.34
19 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (11.1 - 11.4), 1972-1974
4.35
20 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (12.1 - 12.2), 1972-1974
4.36
21 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (13.1), 1972-1974
4.37
22 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 1 (14.1 - 14.4), 1972-1974
4.38
23 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2, 1972-1974
4.39 (Price supports for milk); Carl Albert; Associated Milk Producers, Inc. (AMPI); John Byrnes; Murray Chotiner; Charles Colson; John Connally; Robert Dole; John Ehrlichman; William Galbraith; H.R. Haldeman; Gary Hanman; Clifford Hardin; Marion Harrison; Lawrence Higby; Jacob Jacobsen; Herbert Kalmbach; Robert Lilly; Clark MacGregor; Wilbur Mills; Harold Nelson; Richard M. Nixon (re-election campaign); Office of Management and Budget; David Parker; Kenneth Parkinson; George Schultz; Gary Seevers; Earl Silbert; Gordon Strachan; US Department of Agriculture (USDA); Wagner and Baroody; John Whitaker
24 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (15.1 - 15.5), 1972-1974
4.40
25 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (16.1 - 16.5), 1972-1974
4.41
26 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (17.1), 1972-1974
4.42
27 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (18.1 - 18.3), 1972-1974
4.43
28 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (19.1 - 19.6), 1972-1974
4.44
29 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (20.1 - 20.7), 1972-1974
4.45
30 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (21.1 - 21.4), 1972-1974
4.46
31 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (22.1 - 22.12), 1972-1974
4.47
32 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (23.1 - 23.3), 1972-1974
4.48
33 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (24.1 - 24.3), 1972-1974
4.49
34 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (25.1 - 25.2), 1972-1974
4.50
35 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (26.1 - 26.4), 1972-1974
4.51
36 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (27.1), 1972-1974
4.52
37 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (28.1 - 28.4), 1972-1974
4.53
38 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 2 (29.1 - 29.2), 1972-1974
4.54
38 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 3, 1972-1974
4.55 (Chicago, Illinois; Louisville, Kentucky; "Plumbers" Unit) Associated Milk Producers, Inc. (AMPI); Robert Bennett; Phillip Campbell; Murray Chotiner; John Connally; Dairymen, Inc.; John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg; Clifford Hardin; Marion Harrison; Jacob Jacobsen; Herbert Kalmbach; Harold Nelson; Richard M. Nixon (re-election campaign); Lee Nunn; Donald Rice; George Schultz; Hugh Sloan; Gordon Strachan; Wagner and Baroody; John Whitaker
39 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 3 (30.1 - 30.3), 1972-1974
4.56
40 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 3 (31.1 - 31.2), 1972-1974
4.57
41 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 3 (32.1 -32.7), 1972-1974
4.58
42 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 3 (33.1 - 33.5), 1972-1974
4.59
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10 1 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 3 (34.1 - 34.3), 1972-1974
4.60
2 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 3 (35.1 - 35.3), 1972-1974
4.61
3 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 3 (36.1 - 36.10), 1972-1974
4.62
4 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 3 (37.1 - 37.6), 1972-1974
4.63
5 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 3 (38.1), 1972-1974
4.64
6 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 4, 1972-1974
4.65 (Milk--Price supports for); Associated Milk Producers, Inc. (AMPI); Fred J. Buzhardt; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP); John Dean; John Ehrlichman; H.R. Haldeman; Jacob Jacobsen; Herbert Kalmbach; Robert Lilly; George Mehren; Lee Nunn; Wall Street Journal; Washington Post; John Whitaker; Rose Mary Woods
7 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 4 (39.1 - 39.4), 1972-1974
4.66
8 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 4 (40.1 - 40.5), 1972-1974
4.67
9 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 4 (41.1 - 41.6), 1972-1974
4.68
10 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 4 (42.1 - 42.6), 1972-1974
4.69
11 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 4 (43.1), 1972-1974
4.70
12 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 4 (44.1 - 44.3), 1972-1974
4.71
13 Evidentiary Notebook 6, Vol. 4 (45.1 - 45.5), 1972-1974
4.72
14 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1, 1972-1974
4.73 (Cambodia; wiretaps regarding Vietnam; wiretapping) Alexander Butterfield; John "Jack" Caulfield; Cartha DeLoach; C.F. Downing; John Ehrlichman; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Alexander Haig; H.R. Haldeman; Morton Halperin; J. Edgar Hoover; Courtland Jones; Herbert Kalmbach; Jim Keogh; Henry Kissinger; Joseph Kraft; Melvin Laird; Jeb Stuart Magruder; John N. Mitchell; Edmund Muskie (US Senate); National Security Council (wiretapping); Elliot Richardson; Republican National Committee; William Ruckelshaus; William Sullivan; Anthony Ulasewicz
15 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (1.1 - 1.8), 1972-1974
4.74
16 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (2.1 - 2.6), 1972-1974
4.75
17 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (3.1 - 3.4), 1972-1974
4.76
18 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (4.1 - 4.4), 1972-1974
4.77
19 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (5.1 - 5.2), 1972-1974
4.78
20 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (6.1 - 6.5), 1972-1974
4.79
21 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (7.1 - 7.5), 1972-1974
4.80
22 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (8.1 - 8.5), 1972-1974
4.81
23 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (9.1 - 9.3), 1972-1974
4.82
24 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (10.1 - 10.6), 1972-1974
4.83
25 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (11.1 - 11.4), 1972-1974
4.84
26 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (12.1 - 12.4), 1972-1974
4.85
27 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (13.1 - 13.5), 1972-1974
4.86
28 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (14.1 - 14.3), 1972-1974
4.87
29 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (15.1 - 15.3), 1972-1974
5.1
30 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (16.1 - 16.7), 1972-1974
5.2
31 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (17.1), 1972-1974
5.3
32 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (18.1 - 18.6), 1972-1974
5.4
33 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 1 (19.1 - 19.3), 1972-1974
5.5
34 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2, 1972-1974
5.6 (Huston Plan; Domestic intelligence; Pentagon papers; US v. Russo; Domestic violence); Donald Bennett; John "Jack" Caulfield; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Dwight Chapin; John Dean; John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); H.R. Haldeman; Richard Helms; J. Edgar Hoover; Thomas Charles Huston; Intelligence Evaluation Committee; Inter-Divisional Information Unit (IDIU); Interagency Committee on Intelligence; Herbert Kalmbach; Edward M. Kennedy (US Senate); Henry Kissinger; John N. Mitchell; National Security Agency; New York Times; Donald Nixon; Donald Segretti; Senate Armed Services Committee; John Sparkman (US Senate); Gordon Strachan; Washington Post
35 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (20.1 - 20.5), 1972-1974
5.7
Box Folder
11 1 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (21.1 - 51.5), 1972-1974
5.8
2 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (22.1 - 22.3), 1972-1974
5.9
3 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (23.1 - 23.7), 1972-1974
5.10
4 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (24.1 - 24.3), 1972-1974
5.11
5 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (25.1 - 25.8), 1972-1974
5.12
6 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (26.1 - 26.7), 1972-1974
5.13
7 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (27.1 - 27.3), 1972-1974
5.14
8 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (28.1 - 28.2), 1972-1974
5.15
9 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (29.1 - 29.3), 1972-1974
5.16
10 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (30.1 - 30.7), 1972-1974
5.17
11 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (31.1 - 31.5), 1972-1974
5.18
12 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (32.1 - 32.2), 1972-1974
5.19
13 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (33.1 - 33.6), 1972-1974
5.20
14 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (34.1 - 34.2), 1972-1974
5.21
15 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 2 (35.1 - 35.3), 1972-1974
5.22
16 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3, 1972-1974
5.23 (Pentagon papers; San Clemente, California); Brookings Institution; Patrick Buchanan; John "Jack" Caulfield; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Charles Colson; Robert Cushman; Clifton DeMotte; John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); H.R. Haldeman; Morton Halperin; Howard E. Hunt; Edward M. Kennedy (US Senate); Henry Kissinger; Egil Krogh; George Gordon Liddy; Robert Mardian; Donald Stewart; William Sullivan; White House special investigation unit ("Plumbers"); David Young
17 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (36.1), 1972-1974
5.24
18 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (37.1 - 37.3), 1972-1974
5.25
19 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (38.1 - 38.4), 1972-1974
5.26
20 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (39.1 - 39.2), 1972-1974
5.27
21 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (40.1 - 40.3), 1972-1974
5.28
22 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (41.1 - 41.7), 1972-1974
5.29
23 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (42.1 - 42.5), 1972-1974
5.30
24 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (43.1 - 43.4), 1972-1974
5.31
25 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (44.1 - 44.4), 1972-1974
5.32
26 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (45.1 - 45.3), 1972-1974
5.33
27 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (46.1 - 46.2), 1972-1974
5.34
28 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (47.1 - 47.5), 1972-1974
5.35
29 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (48.1 - 48.4), 1972-1974
5.36
30 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (49.1), 1972-1974
5.37
31 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (50.1 - 51.7), 1972-1974
5.38
32 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (51.1 - 51.6), 1972-1974
5.39
33 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (52.1 - 52.2), 1972-1974
5.40
34 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (53.1 - 53.4), 1972-1974
5.41
35 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (54.1 - 54.4), 1972-1974
5.42
Box Folder
12 1 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 3 (55.1 - 55.6), 1972-1974
5.43
2 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 4, 1972-1974
5.44 (Pentagon papers; Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT); Vietnam; wiretapping); Bernard Barker; Leonard Boudin; CBS News; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Charles Colson; Lucian Conein; Felipe de Diego; Ngo Dinh Diem; John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Lewis Fielding; Patrick Gray; Alexander Haig; H.R. Haldeman; J. Edgar Hoover; Howard E. Hunt; John F. Kennedy; Henry Kissinger; Joseph Kraft; Egil Krogh; William Lambert; George Gordon Liddy; Robert Mardian; Eugenio Martinez; Daniel Schorr; William Sullivan; White House special investigation unit ("Plumbers"); David Young
3 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 4 (56.1 - 56.6), 1972-1974
5.45
4 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 4 (57.1 - 57.7), 1972-1974
5.46
5 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 4 (58.1 - 58.4), 1972-1974
5.47
6 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 4 (59.1 - 59.5), 1972-1974
5.48
7 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 4 (60.1), 1972-1974
5.49
8 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 4 (61.1 - 61.6), 1972-1974
5.50
9 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 4 (62.1 - 62.11), 1972-1974
5.51
10 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 4 (63.1 - 63.3), 1972-1974
5.52
11 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 4 (64.1 - 64.4), 1972-1974
5.53
12 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 4 (65.1 - 65.4), 1972-1974
5.54
13 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 4 (66.1 - 66.6), 1972-1974
5.55
14 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5, 1972-1974
5.56 (Cape Cod, Massachusetts; Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, California; India-Pakistan War; "Plumbers" Unit; "Sandwedge" Operation; wiretapping); Bernard Barker; Joseph Baroody; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Dwight Chapin; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP); Robert Cushman; Felipe de Diego; John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg; Lewis Fielding; Richard Helms; Hubert Humphrey; Howard E. Hunt; Egil Krogh; George Gordon Liddy; Eugenio Martinez; George McGovern; Edmund Muskie (US Senate); National Security Council; Donald Segretti; Washington Post; David Young
15 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (67.1 - 67.7), 1972-1974
5.57
16 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (68.1 - 68.5), 1972-1974
5.58
17 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (69.1 - 69.4), 1972-1974
5.59
18 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (70.1 - 70.4), 1972-1974
5.60
19 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (71.1 - 71.8), 1972-1974
5.61
20 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (72.1 - 72.6), 1972-1974
5.62
21 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (73.1 - 73.5), 1972-1974
5.63
22 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (74.1 - 74.3), 1972-1974
5.64
23 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (75.1 - 75.10), 1972-1974
5.65
24 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (76.1 - 76.7), 1972-1974
5.66
25 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (77.1), 1972-1974
5.67
26 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (78.1 - 78.4), 1972-1974
5.68
27 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (79.1 - 79.6), 1972-1974
5.69
28 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (80.1), 1972-1974
5.70
29 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 5 (81.1 - 81.2), 1972-1974
5.71
30 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 , 1972-1974
5.72 (Miami, Florida; Pentagon papers); Bernard Barker; Dwight Chapin; Cathleen Chenow; John Dean; Democratic National Committee (DNC); Daniel Ellsberg; Fred Fielding; Lewis Fielding; H.R. Haldeman; Howard E. Hunt; Egil Krogh; Fred Larue; George Gordon Liddy; Robert Mardian; Eugenio Martinez; John N. Mitchell; Henry Peterson; Donald Segretti; Earl Silbert; Washington Post
31 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (82.1), 1972-1974
5.73
32 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (83.1 - 83.5), 1972-1974
5.74
Box Folder
13 1 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (84.1 - 84.3), 1972-1974
5.75
2 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (85.1 - 85.3), 1972-1974
5.76
3 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (86.1 - 86.2), 1972-1974
5.77
4 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (87.1 - 87.3), 1972-1974
5.78
5 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (88.1 - 88.4), 1972-1974
5.79
6 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (89.1 - 89.5), 1972-1974
5.80
7 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (90.1 - 90.4), 1972-1974
5.81
8 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (91.1 - 91.4), 1972-1974
5.82
9 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (92.1 - 92.6), 1972-1974
5.83
10 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (93.1 - 93.2), 1972-1974
5.84
11 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (94.1 - 94.3), 1972-1974
5.85
12 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (95.1 - 95.3), 1972-1974
5.86
12 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 6 (96.1 - 96.6), 1972-1974
5.87
13 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7, 1972-1974
6.1 (Key Biscayne, Florida; Pentagon papers; "Plumbers" Unit; San Clemente, California; wiretapping); William Matthew Byrne, Jr.; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Dwight Chapin; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP) (payment of Watergate defendants); Robert Cushman; John Dean; John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg; Mark Felt; Lewis Fielding; Patrick Gray; Howard E. Hunt; Herbert Kalmbach; Richard Kleindienst; Egil Krogh; George Gordon Liddy; Richard Moore; New York Times; Henry Peterson; James Schlessinger; Donald Segretti; William Sullivan; Time Magazine; White House special investigation unit ("Plumbers"); Ronald Ziegler
14 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (97.1), 1972-1974
6.2
15 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (98.1 - 98.3), 1972-1974
6.3
16 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (99.1 - 99.4), 1972-1974
6.4
17 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (100.1 - 100.3), 1972-1974
6.5
18 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (101.1 - 101.4), 1972-1974
6.6
19 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (102.1), 1972-1974
6.7
20 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (103.1 - 103.4), 1972-1974
6.8
21 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (104.1 - 104.2), 1972-1974
6.9
22 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (105.1), 1972-1974
6.10
23 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (106.1 - 106.2), 1972-1974
6.11
24 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (107.1 - 107.7), 1972-1974
6.12
25 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (108.1), 1972-1974
6.13
26 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (109.1 - 109.2), 1972-1974
6.14
27 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (110.1 - 110.2), 1972-1974
6.15
28 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (111.1), 1972-1974
6.16
29 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (112.1 - 112.4), 1972-1974
6.17
30 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (113.1 - 113.3), 1972-1974
6.18
31 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 7 (114.1 - 114.4), 1972-1974
6.19
32 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8, 1972-1974
6.20 William Matthew Byrne, Jr.; Dwight Chapin; John Ehrlichman; Daniel Ellsberg (wiretapping); Seymour Glanzer; Morton Halperin; J. Edgar Hoover; Howard E. Hunt; Joseph Kraft; George Gordon Liddy; Richard Moore; David Nissen; Henry Peterson; William Rogers; William Ruckelshaus; Donald Segretti; Earl Silbert; Washington Star News; David Young
33 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (115.1 - 115.4), 1972-1974
6.21
34 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (116.1 - 116.2), 1972-1974
6.22
35 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (117.1 - 117.3), 1972-1974
6.23
36 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (118.1 - 118.3), 1972-1974
6.24
37 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (119.1 - 119.6), 1972-1974
6.25
38 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (120.1), 1972-1974
6.26
39 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (121.1), 1972-1974
6.27
40 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (122.1 - 122.6), 1972-1974
6.28
41 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (123.1 - 123.2), 1972-1974
6.29
Box Folder
14 1 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (124.1 - 124.3), 1972-1974
6.30
2 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (125.1 - 125.4), 1972-1974
6.31
3 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (126.1 - 126.3), 1972-1974
6.32
4 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (127.1), 1972-1974
6.33
5 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (128.1 - 128.2), 1972-1974
6.34
6 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (129.1 - 129.3), 1972-1974
6.35
7 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (130.1), 1972-1974
6.36
8 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (131.1 - 131.2), 1972-1974
6.37
9 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (132.1 - 132.2), 1972-1974
6.38
10 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (133.1 - 133.2), 1972-1974
6.39
11 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1, 1972-1974
6.40 ("Enemies" list; "Opponents" list) Vernon Acree; Brookings Institution; John "Jack" Caulfield; Charles Colson; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP); John Dean; Lawrence Goldberg; Billy Graham; Robert Greene; H.R. Haldeman; Lawrence Higby; Thomas Charles Huston; International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT); Egil Krogh; Clark Mollenhoff; Newsday; C.G. Rebozo; Randolph Thrower; Treasury Department; Charles Walker; George Wallace; Washington Post; John Wayne
12 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1 (1.1 - 1.4), 1972-1974
6.41
13 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (2.1), 1972-1974
6.42
14 Evidentiary Notebook 7, Vol. 8 (3.1), 1972-1974
6.43
15 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1 (4.1), 1972-1974
6.44
16 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1 (5.1 - 5.12), 1972-1974
6.45
17 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1 (6.1 - 6.3), 1972-1974
6.46
18 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1 (7.1 - 7.3), 1972-1974
6.47
19 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1 (8.1 - 8.2), 1972-1974
6.48
20 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1 (9.1 - 9.8), 1972-1974
6.49
21 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1 (10.1 - 10.3), 1972-1974
6.50
22 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1 (11.1 - 11.3), 1972-1974
6.51
23 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1 (12.1 - 12.2), 1972-1974
6.52
24 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1 (13.1 - 13.6), 1972-1974
6.53
25 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 1 (14.1 + 14.3), 1972-1974
6.54
26 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2, 1972-1974
6.55 ("Enemies" list; "Millhouse: A White Comedy"; "Sandwedge" Operation); Roger Barth; Fred J. Buzhardt; John "Jack" Caulfield; Center on Corporate Responsibility, Inc.; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP); John Dean; Emile Deantonio; Democratic National Committee (DNC) (Staff tax investigation by IRS); John Ehrlichman; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Harold Gibbons; H.R. Haldeman; International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT); Herbert Kalmbach; George Gordon Liddy; New Yorker Films; Lawrence F. O'Brien (income tax returns); James Polk; George Schultz; Gordon Strachan; Daniel Talbot; Teamsters; Fred Thompson; Anthony Ulasewicz; Johnnie Walters
27 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (15.1 - 15.2), 1972-1974
6.56
28 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (16.1 - 16.3), 1972-1974
6.57
29 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (17.1), 1972-1974
6.58
30 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (18.1 - 18.2), 1972-1974
6.59
31 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (19.1 - 19.2), 1972-1974
6.60
32 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (20.1 - 20.2), 1972-1974
6.61
33 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (21.1 - 21.2), 1972-1974
6.62
34 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (22.1 - 22.3), 1972-1974
6.63
35 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (23.1 - 23.3), 1972-1974
6.64
36 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (24.1), 1972-1974
6.65
37 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (25.1 - 25.7), 1972-1974
6.66
38 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (26.1 - 26.2), 1972-1974
6.67
39 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (27.1), 1972-1974
6.68
40 Evidentiary Notebook 8, Vol. 2 (28.1), 1972-1974
6.69
Box Folder
15 1 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1, 1972-1974
6.70 (San Clemente, California; Watergate Special Prosecutor appointment; White House taping system); American Airlines Corp. (contributions to CRP); Alexander Butterfield; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP) (payment of Watergate defendants); Archibald Cox; John Ehrlichman (Resignation); Ervin Committee; Sam Ervin (US Senate); Fred Fielding; Alexander Haig; H.R. Haldeman (resignation); International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT); Richard Kleindienst (resignation); Fred Larue; Elliot Richardson (nomination to Attorney General); Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities
2 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (1.1 - 1.6), 1972-1974
6.71
3 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (2.1 - 2.2), 1972-1974
6.72
4 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (3.1 - 3.4), 1972-1974
6.73
5 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (4.1 - 4.3), 1972-1974
6.74
6 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (5.1 - 5.2), 1972-1974
6.75
7 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (6.1), 1972-1974
6.76
8 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (7.1 - 7.2), 1972-1974
6.77
9 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (8.1 - 8.2), 1972-1974
6.78
10 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (9.1 - 9.6), 1972-1974
6.79
11 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (10.1 - 10.5), 1972-1974
6.80
12 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (11.1 - 11.3), 1972-1974
6.81
13 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (12.1 - 12.3), 1972-1974
6.82
14 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (13.1 - 13.5), 1972-1974
6.83
15 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (14.1 - 14.3), 1972-1974
6.84
16 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (14a.1 -14a.6), 1972-1974
6.85
17 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (15.1 - 15.2), 1972-1974
6.86
18 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (16.1), 1972-1974
6.87
19 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (17.1 - 17.3), 1972-1974
6.88
20 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (18.1), 1972-1974
6.89
21 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (19.1), 1972-1974
6.90
22 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (20.1), 1972-1974
6.91
23 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (21.1), 1972-1974
6.92
24 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (22.1 - 22.4), 1972-1974
6.93
25 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (23.1), 1972-1974
6.94
26 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (24.1 - 24.2), 1972-1974
6.95
27 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 1 (25.1 - 25.3), 1972-1974
6.96
28 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2, 1972-1974
6.97 (Camp David, Maryland; White House tapes--18.5 minute gap) Ashland Oil, Inc.; Patrick Buchanan; Stephen Bull; Fred J. Buzhardt; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP) (payment of Watergate defendants); Archibald Cox; Sam Ervin (US Senate); Lewis Fielding; Finance Committee to Re-elect the President; Alexander Haig; Howard E. Hunt; Bruce A. Kehrli; Joseph Kraft; Milk Producers Association; Elliot Richardson; John Sirica; Maurice Stans; Rose Mary Woods; Alan Wright; David Young
29 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (26.1), 1972-1974
6.98
30 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (27.1 - 27.2), 1972-1974
6.99
31 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (28.1), 1972-1974
6.100
32 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (29.1), 1972-1974
6.101
33 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (30.1), 1972-1974
6.102
34 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (31.1 - 31.2), 1972-1974
6.103
35 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (32.1), 1972-1974
6.104
36 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (33.1 - 33.3), 1972-1974
6.105
37 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (34.1), 1972-1974
6.106
38 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (35.1), 1972-1974
6.107
39 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (36.1 - 36.4), 1972-1974
6.108
40 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (37.1 - 37.3), 1972-1974
6.109
41 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (38.1 - 38.2), 1972-1974
6.110
42 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (39.1 - 39.2), 1972-1974
6.111
43 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (40.1), 1972-1974
6.112
44 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (41.1), 1972-1974
6.113
45 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (42.1), 1972-1974
6.114
46 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (43.1 - 43.4), 1972-1974
6.115
47 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (44.1 - 44.2), 1972-1974
6.116
48 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (45.1 - 45.2), 1972-1974
6.117
49 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (46.1 - 46.2), 1972-1974
6.118
50 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (47.1 - 47.4), 1972-1974
6.119
51 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (48.1 - 48.4), 1972-1974
6.120
Box Folder
16 1 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (49.1 - 49.8), 1972-1974
6.121
2 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 2 (50.1 - 50.5), 1972-1974
6.122
3 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3, 1972-1974
7.1 (Key Biscayne, Florida; White House tapes--18.5 minute gap); Spiro Agnew; Robert Bork; Dwight Chapin; Archibald Cox; John Dean; Alexander Haig; Leon Jaworski; Richard Kleindienst; Egil Krogh; William Ruckelshaus; John Sirica; John Stennis (US Senate); Rose Mary Woods; Alan Wright; Ronald Ziegler ("Saturday night massacre")
4 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (51.1 - 51.5), 1972-1974
7.2
5 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (52.1 - 52.4), 1972-1974
7.3
6 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (53.1), 1972-1974
7.4
7 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (54.1 - 54.2), 1972-1974
7.5
8 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (55.1), 1972-1974
7.6
9 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (56.1 - 56.4), 1972-1974
7.7
10 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (57.1 - 57.3), 1972-1974
7.8
11 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (58.1 - 58.6), 1972-1974
7.9
12 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (59.1 - 59.2), 1972-1974
7.10
13 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (60.1 - 60.6), 1972-1974
7.11
14 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (61.1 - 61.2), 1972-1974
7.12
15 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (62.1 - 62.2), 1972-1974
7.13
16 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (63.1), 1972-1974
7.14
17 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (64.1 - 64.7), 1972-1974
7.15
18 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (65.1), 1972-1974
7.16
19 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (66.1), 1972-1974
7.17
20 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (67.1), 1972-1974
7.18
21 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (68.1), 1972-1974
7.19
22 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (69.1 - 69.2), 1972-1974
7.20
23 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (70.1 - 70.3), 1972-1974
7.21
24 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (71.1 - 71.2), 1972-1974
7.22 (Key Biscayne, Florida)
25 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (72.1 - 72.2), 1972-1974
7.23
26 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (73.1 - 73.2), 1972-1974
7.24
27 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (74.1 - 74.4), 1972-1974
7.25
28 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (75.1), 1972-1974
7.26
29 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 3 (76.1 - 76.4), 1972-1974
7.27
30 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 , 1972-1974
7.28 (Executive privilege; White House tapes--18.5 minute gap); Bernard Barker; Charles Colson; Felipe de Diego; John Doar; James O. Estland (US Senate); John Ehrlichman; H.R. Haldeman; Leon Jaworski; Herbert Kalmbach; George Gordon Liddy; Robert Mardian; Eugenio Martinez; Kenneth Parkinson; Peter Rodino; Senate Committee on the Judiciary; James St. Clair; Gordon Strachan; Watergate Hotel
31 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (77.1), 1972-1974
7.29
32 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (78.1), 1972-1974
7.30
33 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (79.1), 1972-1974
7.31
34 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (80.1 - 80.2), 1972-1974
7.32
35 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (81.1), 1972-1974
7.33
36 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (82.1 - 82.5), 1972-1974
7.34
37 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (83.1), 1972-1974
7.35
38 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (84.1), 1972-1974
7.36
39 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (85.1), 1972-1974
7.37
40 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (86.1 - 86.2), 1972-1974
7.38
41 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (87.1), 1972-1974
7.39
42 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (88.1), 1972-1974
7.40
43 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (89.1), 1972-1974
7.41
44 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (90.1 - 90.2), 1972-1974
7.42
45 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (91.1 - 91.2), 1972-1974
7.43
46 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (92.1 - 92.2), 1972-1974
7.44
47 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (93.1 - 93.2), 1972-1974
7.45
48 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (94.1), 1972-1974
7.46
49 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (95.1), 1972-1974
7.47
50 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (96.1), 1972-1974
7.48
51 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (97.1), 1972-1974
7.49
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17 1 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (98.1), 1972-1974
7.50
2 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (99.1 - 99.3), 1972-1974
7.51
3 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (100.1 - 100.2), 1972-1974
7.52
4 Evidentiary Notebook 9, Vol. 4 (101.1 - 101.4), 1972-1974
7.53
5 Statements of Information / Table of Contents (Books 1-5), 1972-1974
7.54
6 Statements of Information, Book 1, Vol. 1, 1972-1974
7.55
7 Statements of Information, Book 2, Vol. 1-3, 1972-1974
7.56
8 Statements of Information, Book 3, Vol. 1-5, 1972-1974
7.57
9 Statements of Information, Book 4, Vol. 1-6, 1972-1974
7.58
10 Statements of Information, Book 5, Vol. 1-3, 1972-1974
7.59
11 Statements of Information / Table of Contents (Books 6-9), 1972-1974
7.60
12 Statements of Information, Book 7, Vol. 1-4, 1972-1974
7.61
13 Statements of Information, Book 7, Vol. 5-8, 1972-1974
7.62
14 Statements of Information, Book 8, Vol. 1-2, 1972-1974
7.63
15 Statements of Information, Book 9, Vol. 1-4, 1972-1974
7.64
16 Minority Memorandum on Law and Evidence (Internal Revenue Service), 1972-1974
7.65 ("Enemies" list) John Ehrlichman; H.R. Haldeman; Internal Revenue Service (IRS)(misuse by governmental officials); Lawrence F. O'Brien; Randolph Thrower; Johnnie Walters
17 Minority Memorandum on Law and Evidence (Criminal Law Analysis), 1972-1974
7.66 (Impeachment; Conspiracy to obstruct justice)
18 Minority Memorandum on Law and Evidence (Introduction / General), 1972-1974
7.67 (Impeachment)
19 Minority Memorandum on Law and Evidence (Abuse of Presidential Powers--Introduction) , 1972-1974
7.68 (Impeachment); Richard M. Nixon (abuse of presidential power)
20 Minority Memorandum on Law and Evidence (Response to Committee Subpoenas), 1972-1974
7.69 (Impeachment); Archibald Cox; Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities
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18 1 Minority Memorandum on Law and Evidence (Tax Deduction for Gift of Papers--Introduction), 1972-1974
7.70 Richard M. Nixon (papers); Richard M. Nixon (taxes)
2 Minority Memorandum on Law and Evidence (Kleindienst Confirmation Hearings), 1972-1974
7.71 (Impeachment); International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT); Richard Kleindienst (confirmation hearings); Richard M. Nixon (abuse of presidential power)
3 Minority Memorandum on Law and Evidence (Government Expenditures at San Clemente and Key Biscayne), 1972-1974
7.72 (San Clemente, California (government expenditures on)); Richard M. Nixon (papers); Richard M. Nixon (taxes)
4 Supplemental Submission Concerning the Bombing of Cambodia, 1972-1974
7.73
5 Supplemental Submission Concerning the Bombing of Cambodia, 1, 1972-1974
7.74 ("Freedom Deal" Operation; "Limdis Ivy Tree" Operation; "Menu" Operation; "Patio" Operation)
6 Supplemental Submission Concerning the Bombing of Cambodia, 2 , 1972-1974
7.75 ("Freedom Deal" Operation; "Limdis Ivy Tree" Operation; "Menu" Operation; "Patio" Operation; Vietnam); US Air Force
7 Supplemental Submission Concerning the Bombing of Cambodia, 3 , 1972-1974
7.76
8 Supplemental Submission Concerning the Bombing of Cambodia, 4, 1972-1974
7.77 Army of Vietnam: Operations in Cambodia
9 Supplemental Submission Concerning the Bombing of Cambodia, 5 , 1972-1974
7.78
10 Summary of Information (Table of Contents) , 1972-1974
7.79 (Impeachment)
11 Summary of Information (Watergate) , 1972-1974
7.80 (Impeachment)
12 Summary of Information (Organization of the White House and Its Relationship to CRP) , 1972-1974
7.81 ("Political Group" of Advisors); Alexander Butterfield; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP); H.R. Haldeman
13 Summary of Information (Approval of Political Intelligence Plan) , 1972-1974
7.82 ("Plumbers" Unit; "Political Enemies" Project; "Sandwedge" Operation; electronic surveillance); Democratic National Committee (DNC) (wiretapping of offices); George Gordon Liddy; John N. Mitchell
14 Summary of Information (Implementation of Political Intelligence Plan) , 1972-1974
7.83 ("Gemstone" Operation); Jeb Stuart Magruder
15 Summary of Information (President's Response to the Arrests) , 1972-1974
7.84 (Arrest of Watergate devendents); Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP); George Gordon Liddy; John N. Mitchell
16 Summary of Information (Containment--July 1, 1972 to Election) , 1972-1974
7.85 (Watergate break-in aftermath)
17 Summary of Information (Payments) , 1972-1974
7.86 Charles Colson; Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP) (payment of Watergate defendants); John Dean; Howard E. Hunt; Herbert Kalmbach; Fred Larue; Robert Mardian; John N. Mitchell; Anthony Ulasewicz
18 Summary of Information (Clemency) , 1972-1974
7.87 (Clemency for Watergate defendants); John Ehrlichman; George Gordon Liddy; John N. Mitchell
19 Summary of Information (deception and concealment) , 1972-1974
7.88 Charles Colson; John Dean (obstruction of justice); John Ehrlichman; H.R. Haldeman; Jeb Stuart Magruder; Gordon Strachan
20 Summary of Information (President's Contacts with the Justice Department) , 1972-1974
7.89 John Dean (Testimony); Department of Justice; John Ehrlichman (resignation); H.R. Haldeman (resignation)
21 Summary of Information (April 30, 1973 to the Present) , 1972-1974
7.90 (White House tapes--18.5 minute gap); Alexander Butterfield; John Dean; John Ehrlichman (resignation); H.R. Haldeman (resignation); Richard Kleindienst; John Stennis (US Senate); Alan Wright
22 Summary of Information (Appendix A) , 1972-1974
7.91 (UHER 5000 Tape Recorder; White House tapes--18.5 minute gap); John Sirica
23 Summary of Information (Appendix B) , 1972-1974
7.92 Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP); House Banking and Currency Committee; Wright Patman (US Representative); Peter Rodino
24 Summary of Information (Abuse of Power) , 1972-1974
7.93 (Huston Plan; Impeachment; "Plumbers" Unit; wiretapping); Richard M. Nixon (abuse of presidential power)
25 Summary of Information (Illegal Intelligence-Gathering) , 1972-1974
7.94 (wiretapping)
26 Summary of Information (Special Investigations Unit) , 1972-1974
7.95 (Pentagon papers; "Plumbers" Unit); Leonard Boudin; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Daniel Ellsberg; Lewis Fielding; Howard E. Hunt; Egil Krogh; George Gordon Liddy; David Young
27 Summary of Information (Concealment of Evidence) , 1972-1974
7.96 (Pentagon papers; "Plumbers" Unit; wiretapping); William Matthew Byrne, Jr.; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Daniel Ellsberg; Patrick Gray; Alexander Haig; Morton Halperin; Richard Helms; J. Edgar Hoover; George Gordon Liddy; Time Magazine
28 Summary of Information (Misuse of Internal Revenue Service) , 1972-1974
7.97 Internal Revenue Service (IRS)(misuse by governmental officials); George McGovern (supporters and IRS investigation); Lawrence F. O'Brien (income tax returns); George Wallace (IRS investigation of)
29 Summary of Information (Kleindienst-ITT) , 1972-1974
7.98 Jack Anderson; Grinnel Corporation; International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT); Richard Kleindienst
30 Summary of Information (Agriculture Department) , 1972-1974
7.99 (Milk--Price supports for) Department of Agriculture
31 Summary of Information (President's Properties) , 1972-1974
7.100 (Key Biscayne, Florida; San Clemente, California); General Services Administration (GSA); Richard M. Nixon (improvements made to properties)
32 Summary of Information (Conclusion) , 1972-1974
7.101 (Impeachment); Richard M. Nixon (abuse of presidential power)
33 Summary of Information (Refusal to Comply) , 1972-1974
7.102 (Impeachment); Richard M. Nixon (refusal to comply with House Judiciary Committee Subpoena)
34 Summary of Information (Willful Tax Evasion) , 1972-1974
7.103 Richard M. Nixon (pre-presidential papers); Richard M. Nixon (taxes)
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19 1 Transcript: meeting between the president and John Dean , February 28, 1973
8.1 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
2 Transcript: meeting between the president, John Dean, and H.R. Haldeman , March 13, 1973
8.2 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
3 Transcript: president's cassette recording of his recollections, March 21, 1973
8.3
4 Transcript: meeting between the president, John Dean, and H.R. Haldeman, March 21, 1973
8.4 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
5 Transcript: meeting between the president, John Dean, John Ehrlichman, and H.R. Haldeman , March 21, 1973
8.5 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
6 Transcript: meeting between the president, John Dean, John Ehrlichman, H.R. Haldeman, and John Mitchell , March 22, 1973
8.6 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
7 Transcript: telephone conversation between the president and John Connally , March 23, 1973
8.7 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
8 Transcript: meeting between the president, John Ehrlichman, and Egil "Bud" Krogh, July 24, 1971
8.8 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
9 Transcript: meeting between the president and leaders of dairy industry in the cabinet room, March 23, 1971
8.9 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
10 Transcript: meeting between the president, John Connally, George Schultz, Clifford Hardin, John Ehrichman, John Whitaker, Phil Campbell, and Donald Rice , March 23, 1971
8.10 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
11 Transcript: meeting between the president and John Dean , April 16, 1973
8.11 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
12 Transcript: meeting between the president and John Dean in the president's EOB office , April 16, 1973
8.12 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
13 Transcript: telephone conversation between the president and Richard Kleindienst , April 19, 1971
8.13 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
14 Transcript: meeting between the president, John Ehrilichman, and George Schultz , April 19, 1971
8.14 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
15 Transcript: meeting between the president and John Mitchell , April 21, 1971
8.15 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
16 Transcript: meeting between the president and Alexander Haig and a meeting between the president and Ron Ziegler, June 4, 1973
8.16 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
17 Transcript: recording by the president of his recollections of a telephone conversation with John Mitchell, June 20, 1972
8.17 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
18 Comparison of passages from "Eight Recorded Presidential Conversations" , 1972-1974
8.18 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
19 The September 15th White House conversation: Cause for the Impeachment of Nixon and Investigation of the Department of Justice, 1972-1974
8.19 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
20 Transcript: Miscellaneous, 1972-1974
8.20 (Transcripts of White House tapes)
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20 1 Special Prosecution Force Status Report, June 26, 1974
9.1
2 Letter from Amos E. Heacock to the Honorable Judge John J. Sirica, April 7, 1974
9.2 (Assassinations) Alex Bottos; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Amos E. Heacock; KGB; John Sirica; Watergate Hotel
3 Letters: Fulbright to Nixon and Nixon to Fulbright, June 25, 1974 and July 12, 1974
9.3 (wiretapping); William J. Fulbright; Henry Kissinger
4 Statement of the Honorable Paul S. Sarbanes, House Judiciary Committee, July 25, 1974
9.4 Paul Sarbanes (US Representative)
5 John Ehrlichman Testimony, People v. Ehrlichman, 1972-1974
9.5 John Ehrlichman (Testimony)
6 Opening Statement of Charles W. Colson, 1972-1974
9.6 Charles Colson
7 Statement of Egil Krogh on the Offense and His Role, 1972-1974
9.7 Egil Krogh
8 Draft remarks / Honorable Don Edwards, July 24, 1974
9.8 Donald Edwards (US Representative)
9 Statement by Congressman Don Edwards of California, July 24, 1974
9.9 Donald Edwards (US Representative)
10 Roll Call Sheet, 93rd Congress, 1972-1974
9.10 House Committee on the Judiciary (roll sheets)
11 The Impeachment Inquiry: Its Meaning, 1972-1974
9.11 (Impeachment)
12 Impeachment (Miscellaneous), 1972-1974
9.12 (Impeachment)
13 Resolution Offered by Mr. Donohue, 1972-1974
9.13 (Impeachment)
14 Articles Offered by Mr. Mezvinsky and Mr. Hungate, 1972-1974
9.14 (Impeachment)
15 Article II, 1972-1974
9.15 (Impeachment)
16 Impeachment Inquiry, Background Materials, 93rd Congress, 1972-1974
9.16 (Impeachment)
17 Principles of Presidential Responsibility for Criminal Acts of His Subordinates, 1972-1974
9.17 (Impeachment)
18 Impeachment Inquiry Statements, etc., 1972-1974
9.18 (Impeachment)
19 Judicial Procedures for National Security Electronic Surveillance, 1972-1974
9.19 (wiretapping)
20 Constitutional Grounds for Presidential Impeachment, 1972-1974
9.20 (Impeachment)
21 Presidential Statements on the Watergate Break-In and Its Investigation, 1972-1974
9.21
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21 1 Syllabus, Supreme Court of the United States: United States v. Nixon et al., 1972-1974
10.1 (US v. Nixon)
2 Schell, Arden (notes, 1 of 4), 1972-1974
10.2 House Committee on the Judiciary
3 Schell, Arden (notes, 2 of 4), 1972-1974
10.3
4 Schell, Arden (notes, 3 of 4), 1972-1974
10.4 House Committee on the Judiciary
5 Schell, Arden (notes, 4 of 4), 1972-1974
10.5 House Committee on the Judiciary
6 Impeachment Inquiry--press statements, 93rd Congress, 1972-1974
10.6 (Impeachment)
7 Impeachment Inquiry--clippings of congressional records, newspapers, etc., 93rd Congress, 1972-1974
10.7 (Impeachment--Newsclippings)
8 Newspaper clippings--Watergate, 1972-1974
10.8 (Watergate newsclippings)
9 Impeachment Inquiry--general correspondence, 93rd Congress, 1972-1974
10.9 (Impeachment)
10 Memoranda: William P. Dixon to "Congressman", 1972-1974
10.10 William P. Dixon
11 Memoranda: CIA, Department of Justice, FBI re: Watergate, 1972-1974
10.11 Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Department of Justice; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Watergate Hotel
12 Notes, 1972-1974
10.
13 Materials relating to Watergate and impeachment investigation, 1972-1974
10.13 (Impeachment)
14 Watergate Chronology: A Compendium of Scandal and Revelations, 1972-1974
10.14 (Watergate chronology)
15 Watergate indictments, 1972-1974
10.15
16 Background information--White House Staff and President Nixon's Campaign Organizations, May 9, 1974
10.16 Richard M. Nixon (campaign organizations); White House staff
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22 1 Summary of Facts Supporting Conclusion that President Willfully Evaded Portion of Income Taxes for Years 1969 through 1972, 1972-1974
11.1 Richard M. Nixon (income taxes)
2 Senate Select Committee Report--Purchase of Earrings for Mrs. Nixon, 1972-1974
11.2 Patricia Nixon (gifts); Harry Winston
3 Impeachment Inquiry--Report on Impoundment of Funds, June 12, 1974
11.3 (Impeachment)
4 Expenditure of Federal Funds in Support of Presidential Properties, 1972-1974
11.4 (Camp David, Maryland; Key Biscayne, Florida; San Clemente, California)
5 Report on Government Expenditures Made on President Nixon's Private Properties at San Clemente and Key Biscayne, 1972-1974
11.5 (Impeachment; Key Biscayne, Florida; San Clemente, California)
6 Henry Kissinger testimony, memoranda, and nomination hearings before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, 1972-1974
11.6 (Cambodia; Vietnam; wiretapping); Henry Kissinger; National Security Council
7 The Huston Plan, 1972-1974
11.7 (Huston Plan); Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Richard Helms; J. Edgar Hoover
8 Wiretapping, 1972-1974
11.8 Joseph Kraft; Donald Nixon
9 Milk Fund (miscellaneous), 1972-1974
11.9 (Milk--Price supports for)
10 Materials relating to the bombing of Cambodia, 1972-1974
11.10 (Cambodia; Impeachment)
11 Materials relating to the International Telephone and Telegraph investigation, 1972-1974
11.11 International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT); Leon Jaworski; J.J. Pickle (US Representative)
12 Memorandum with Facts/Bases Underlying Proposed Subpoena for Presidential Conversations Necessary for Committees Inquiry into Watergate and Aftermath, 1972-1974
11.12 (Watergate investigation)
13 Materials Respecting Proposed Article III, Failure to Comply with Subpoenas, 1972-1974
11.13 (Impeachment; Transcripts of White House tapes); Richard M. Nixon (subpoenas)
14 Various impeachment inquiries and exhibits, 1972-1974
11.14 (Impeachment)
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