As established in the 1996 Tapes Settlement Agreement, the Nixon White House Tapes are being reviewed chronologically. The Chronological review will be completed in five segments.
- To date, four of the five chronological segments have been fully released to the public. Three November 1972 tapes from the fifth chronological segment were released July 11, 2007; the remainder of tapes from November and December 1972 were released on December 2, 2008. Tapes from January 1973 were released on June 23, 2009.
- The releases include 831 Nixon White House Tapes totalling approximately 2,636 hours of conversation.
The tapes consist of the conversations recorded in the following locations:
- the Oval Office (February 1971 - July 1973)
- the President's Old Executive Office Building (EOB) Office (April 1971 - June 1973)
- telephones in the Oval Office, EOB Office, and Lincoln Sitting Room (April 1971 - June 1973)
- Camp David (May 1972 - June 1973)
Available Chronological Complete Conversations
Consists of conversations recorded between February 1971 and July 1971.
Consists of conversations recorded between August 1971 and December 1971.
Consists of conversations recorded between January 1972 and June 1972.
Consists of conversations recorded between July 1972 and October 1972.
Partial release consisting of conversations recorded between November 3-19, 1972.
Partial release consisting of conversations recorded November 1972 and December 1972.
Partial release consisting of conversations recorded January 1973.
Partial release consisting of conversations recorded February 1973 and March 1973.