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These Presidential historical materials are in the custody of the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of Title I of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 (44 U.S.C. 2111 Note), and implementing regulations. In accordance with the act and regulations, archivists reviewed the file group to identify private or personal as well as non-historical items. Such items, if found, have been withdrawn for return to the individual with primary proprietary or commemorative interest in them.

Materials covered by the act have been archivally processed and are described in this finding aid. Items that are security classified or otherwise restricted under the act and regulations have been removed and placed in a closed file. A Document Withdrawal Record (NA Form 14021) has been placed in the front of each folder describing each withdrawn item. Employees of the National Archives will review periodically the unclassified portions of closed materials for the purpose of opening those which no longer require restrictions. Classified documents may be reviewed for declassification under authority of Executive Order 13526 in response to a Mandatory Review Request (NA Form 14020) submitted by the researcher.

  • Linear feet of materials:   27.3 ft.
  • Approximate number of pages:  65,600

Biographical Note

Born: February 21, 1924 in Greenwood, South Carolina
Father: Joseph Fred Buzhardt, Sr., also a lawyer, was a friend of Senator Strom Thurmond
Hometown: McCormick, South Carolina
Education:

Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1941-42

U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y., Class of 1946, one year ahead of Alexander M. Haig, Jr.

University of South Carolina Law School, Class of 1952
Personal:

Married Imogene Sanders on June 14, 1946 and had four children (Linda, Joseph, George, and Jill)

Early Career:

Served in the Army Air Corps during World War II, 1942-43

Air Force 1st Lieutenant and Troop Carrier Pilot, 1946-1950

Practiced law with his father in McCormick, 1952-1958

Aide to Senator Thurmond specializing in military affairs, 1958-1966

Entered private law practice, 1966-1969
Government Career:

Named Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Administration, February 1969

Named General Counsel, Department of Defense, August 18, 1970

Named Special White House Counsel for Watergate Matters, May 10, 1973

Named White House Counsel, January 4, 1974

Suffered a heart attack while working 120 hours per week during the Watergate period, June 13, 1974

Resigned as White House Counsel and returned to private practice in Beaufort and Hilton Head, South Carolina, August 16, 1974

Died: December 16, 1978 in Hilton Head, South Carolina due to a heart attack

Scope and Content Note

Joseph Fred Buzhardt, Jr. was the Special White House Counsel for Watergate Matters (appointed May 10, 1973) and White House Counsel (appointed January 4, 1974) to President Richard Nixon. The files reflect his responsibilities in the position of Special White House Counsel for Watergate Matters as President Nixon's top legal defender during the hearings of the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities and as the Administration's legal authority on the White House tapes. After just eight months as the Special White House Counsel for Watergate Matters, Buzhardt was elevated to the position of White House Counsel taking on additional duties unrelated to the President's Watergate defense. This resulted in a grueling schedule that took a toll on Buzhardt's health. On June 13, 1974, in the midst of 120-hour workweeks, the 50-year-old White House Counsel suffered a heart attack which left him incapacitated until just a few weeks prior to President Nixon's resignation. Buzhardt resigned as White House Counsel on August 16, 1974, one week after President Gerald R. Ford took office.

The materials in this file group reflect all aspects of Buzhardt's White House employment and are arranged in series including the Subject Files and Legal Files of White House Counsel's Office attorneys Richard Hauser and George Williams, General Files, Case Files, Subject Files, Safe Files, Printed Legal Briefs and Books, Legal Papers and Transcripts, Staff Files, and Publications. In a general sense, the materials within these series include carbons, desk calendars, drafts, letters, memorandums, position papers, and press releases. Watergate related materials include summaries and transcripts of testimony in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and before the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, documents dealing with the operation and maintenance of the White House taping system, and transcripts of White House tapes. This file group also contains documents on petitions for Presidential pardons and commutations of sentences, impeachment, campaign finances, and various other non-Watergate related matters.

 [See Also:  Buzhardt's White House Special Files]

Series Description

Boxes:   1-2
Series:   Richard Hauser Files – Legal Papers | Folder Title List
Description:   This series includes documents pertaining to proceedings in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia involving testimony by personnel responsible for the operation and maintenance of the White House taping system (including Rosemary Woods), the Brief for the Senate Select Committe on Presidential Campaign Activities v. Richard M. Nixon, and incoming correspondence from the Department of Justice and the Watergate Special Prosecution Force to the Special Counsel to the President.

Boxes:   3
Series:   Richard Hauser Files – Chronological Files | Folder Title List
Description:   The files are arranged alphabetically by subject and include one box of newsclippings and press releases also arranged alphabetically by subject. The topics included are reflected in the folder titles.

Boxes:   4-5
Series:   Richard Hauser Files – Subject Files | Folder Title List
Description:   This series includes documents involving testimony on the Watergate affair, Presidential memberships and sponsorships, Senate subpoenas to the President for Watergate related records and White House tapes (including an inventory of the tapes on the Special Prosecutor’s subpoena), and "Unanswered Correspondence" from the general public.

Boxes:   6-7
Series:   George Williams Files – Subject Files | Folder Title List
Description:   This series includes documents such as pending legal files, appointment calendars (White House visitors), desk calendars, John Ehrlichman logs (calendar in list form), and H.R. Haldeman "diaries" (desk calendars).

Boxes:   8-9
Series:   George Williams Files – Legal Papers | Folder Title List
Description:   This series includes documents on the dairy case (Nader v. Butz) and depositions of White House staff in United States District Court for the District of Columbia – transcript of proceedings.

Boxes:   10-12
Series:   George Williams Files – Subject Files | Folder Title List
Description:   This series includes documents involving the production of material for the Special Prosecutor, receipts for White House tapes turned over by subpoena in the United States v. Mitchell case, and other legal documents and printed materials related to Watergate including several copies of the memorandum outlining the "Submission of Recorded Presidential Conversations to the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives by President Richard Nixon," April 30, 1974.

Boxes:   13-26
Series:   General Files | Folder Title List
Description:   This series includes documents pertaining to Executive Privilege, the Freedom of Information Act, and an alphabetical file with folder titles such as Amnesty, the Bicentennial Commission, Campaign Reform, Declassification – Presidential Papers, Export-Import Bank, Gerald R. Ford – Vice President Designate, General Information [from the President's hat size to honoring fallen police officers], Impeachment [House Judiciary Committee documents], Milk Case – White Paper, National Security Study Memorandum 113, Presidential Endorsements – Solicitation, Presidential Signature and Use of the President's Name, Protection of the President – Key Biscayne and San Clemente, Soviet Grain Agreements (Jackson Committee), Staff Attorney Applicants, Sun Oil [drilling], Terrorism, and documents related to various legal matters and the White House Staff.

Boxes:   27-34
Series:   Case Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1971-1974
Description:   This series includes documents from an alphabetical file on litigation with folder titles such as [William] Casey SEC Hearings & Transcript, Common Cause, Democratic National Campaign, General Alexander Haig – Affidavit, OMB Litigation, [Maurice] Stans – Grand Jury Subpoena – Issued Feb. 20, 1974, United States v. Ehrlichman, United States of America v. John N. Mitchell, et al., Watergate – Review of Hearings by Robert T. Andrews, and Watergate – Supreme Court.

Boxes:   35-37
Series:   Subject Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1970-1974
Description:   This series includes documents that mainly deal with executive clemency and pardons. This involves mostly White House documents concerning petitions for commutations of sentences, lists of applications for pardon, executive grants of clemency signed by the President, discussions of the reasons pardons were denied, clemency cases involving the terminally ill, and a detailed draft on all aspects of the Presidential power of pardons.

Boxes:   38-47
Series:   Safe Files | Folder Title List
Description:   This series involves documents that deal extensively with Watergate including a number of transcripts from the White House tapes, financial reports from the Committee to Re-elect the President (CREP), and copies of John Ehrlichman's handwritten notes. This series also contains documents pertaining to the establishment of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library including a draft of the President's letter to the GSA Administrator concerning the future library, the legalities on how the papers were to be handled after the President left office, the Nixon Presidential Library Foundation, and site selection.

Boxes:   48
Series:   Printed Legal Briefs | Folder Title List
Description:   This series exclusively contains multiple copies of Nos. 73-1766 and 73-1834 in the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1973; On Writ of Certiorari Before Judgment; Brief for the Respondent, Cross-Petitioner Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States.

Boxes:   49
Series:   Printed Legal Briefs and Books | Folder Title List
Description:   This series contains additional multiple copies of the U.S. Supreme Court Brief listed in the previous series and multiple copies of United States District Court for the District of Columbia; In re Grand Jury Subpoena Duces Tecum Issued to Richard M. Nixon, or Any Subordinate Officer, Official, or Employee with Custody or Control of Certain Documents or Objects; Misc. No. 47-73; Brief in Opposition, Statement of the Case.

Boxes:   50
Series:   Legal Papers and Transcripts | Folder Title List
Description:   This series contains documents pertaining to Lieutenant William L. Calley, Jr.'s pursuit to overturn his March 29, 1971 conviction by court martial in the My Lai incident during the Vietnam War (Calley v. Nixon), a partial transcript of Alexander P. Butterfield's July 1973 testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, and proceedings in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia involving testimony of the personnel responsible for the operation and maintenance of the White House taping system.

Boxes:   51-52
Series:   Transcripts | Folder Title List
Description:   This series exclusively contains transcripts of the proceedings in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia involving testimony of White House staff members and personnel responsible for the operation and maintenance of the White House taping system.

Boxes:   53-57
Series:   Staff Files | Folder Title List
Description:   This series includes documents from staff files with folder titles such as Office of the Counsel Chron. – January 10 to February 28, 1974, Haldeman Chron. – April 1973, Misc. Memos – Watergate Related, Office Chron. – January to August 9, 1974, Watergate Papers, Justice Department Correspondence of White House cases, Testimony – Volume One, Weekly Abstract of Presidential Activities, and March 21, 1973 (a.m.) [a partial "Cancer on the Presidency" transcript]

Boxes:   58-70
Series:   Subject Files | Folder Title List
Description:   This series includes requests for information by the Watergate Special Prosecutor for documents and White House tapes, General Accounting Office Reports, several folders involving campaign finance issues, Watergate and Cover-up Chronology, a "Report on a Technical Investigation Conducted for the United States District Court for the District of Columbia" on the White House tape containing the 18½-minute gap, Impeachment – Guidelines for White House staff members and Laws, Presidential Papers and the establishment of the Nixon Presidential Library, House Judiciary Committee, White House tapes transcripts, Watergate Overview – a paper written by Alexander Haig and Patrick Buchanan, Hoffa v. Saxbe, et al. (Pleading), and Materials Produced for Investigation [Watergate].

Boxes:   71-73
Series:   Subject and Chronological Files | Folder Title List
Description:   This series includes 1974 chronological files of J. Fred Buzhardt, executive clemency files with documents on the December 1971 commutation of sentence for James Hoffa, and files of Charles Colson, John Dean, and H.R. Haldeman.

Boxes:   74-82
Series:   Publications | Folder Title List
Description:   This series includes publications of the various books of Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session and Statement of Information Submitted on Behalf of President Nixon; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session.

Folder Title List

RICHARD HAUSER FILES – LEGAL PAPERS

Box 1

[Printed Reply Brief of Richard Nixon (No. 73-1766 & 73-1834)]
Testimony – Rose Mary Woods, 11/8, 11/26-28, 12/5/73
Soriano, Rafael 72-25-CR-JE Motion to Suppress February 15, 1972
Soriano, Rafael 72-25-CR-JE Motion to Suppress February 24, 1972
[BRIEF – Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities vs. Richard M. Nixon]

Box 2

Incoming Correspondence to the Special Counsel to the President
[Testimony – Volume I]

RICHARD HAUSER FILES – CHRONOLOGICAL FILES

Box 3

[Richard A.] Dick Hauser – Chron (Jan 1974-
Chron Williams, George Jan 74 – May 74
Skip [George P.] Williams Chron (June 1974-
Presidential Seal

RICHARD HAUSER FILES – SUBJECT FILES

Box 4

Presidential Memberships [1 of 2]
Presidential Memberships [2 of 2]
Presidential Sponsorship, Endorsements and Addresses
Watergate – Digest of Court Testimony
In Re [Grand Jury] Subpoena – [Richard M.] Nixon
Senate Subpoenas 3, 4 & 5
Watergate Indictments & Information
Watergate – Miscellaneous
[Worksheet – Inventory of Tapes on Jaworski Subpoena]

Box 5

[Appellate Court Decision: Senate Select Committee v. Richard M. Nixon]
[“Brief on True Rulings of Chief Justice Marshall in the Case of U.S. v. Aaron Burr”]
[Citizen’s Guide to Impeachment of a President: Problem Areas]
[Federal Advisory Committees; First Annual Report of the President]
[Memo – House Judiciary Committee and White House Tapes]
[Unanswered Correspondence] [1 of 4]
[Unanswered Correspondence] [2 of 4]
[Unanswered Correspondence] [3 of 4]
[Unanswered Correspondence] [4 of 4]

GEORGE WILLIAMS FILES – SUBJECT FILES

Box 6

Pending File
U.S. v. A.M.P.I., Inc.
Calendar of Visitors
[Calendar: August 5 – December 30, 1970]
[Calendar: January 5 – May 26, 1971]
[Calendar: May 27 – December 31, 1971]
[Calendar: June 30 – November 4, 1972]
[Calendar: January 3 – June 29, 1972]
[Calendar: August 4 – December 31, 1970]

Box 7

[Calendar: January 1 – December 31, 1971]
[Calendar: January 1 – November 23, 1972]
[John D.] Ehrlichman Logs
[Fred Buzhardt – H 1970 [Diary]]
[Haldeman Diary – 1971]
[B/H – 1972 Diary]
[B/H Diary: 1/1/73 – 5/3/73]

GEORGE WILLIAMS FILES – LEGAL PAPERS

Box 8

[Dairy Case] [1 of 3]
[Dairy Case] [2 of 3]
[Dairy Case] [3 of 3]
[Nader vs. Butz] [1 of 6]
[Nader vs. Butz] [2 of 6]
[Nader vs. Butz] [3 of 6]
[Nader vs. Butz] [4 of 6]

Box 9

[Nader vs. Butz] [5 of 6]
[Nader vs. Butz] [6 of 6]

GEORGE WILLIAMS FILES – SUBJECT FILES

Box 10

Production of Material for S.P. [Special Prosecutor]
Receipts (through May 31, 1974)
Receipts (June 1974- )
[Memo: “Submission of Recorded Presidential Conversations…By President Richard M. Nixon”]
[Brief: Senate Select Committee vs. Richard M. Nixon; Civil Action No. 1593-73] [3 of 8 copies]
[Brief: Senate Select Committee vs. Richard M. Nixon; Civil Action No. 1593-73] [3 of 8 copies]

Box 11

[Brief: Senate Select Committee vs. Richard M. Nixon; Civil Action No. 1593-73] [2 of 8 copies]
Brief on Behalf of the President of the United States Richard Nixon to the Committee on the Judiciary; Ninety-Third Congress; United States House of Representatives; July 19, 1974 [10 copies]

Box 12

Brief on Behalf of the President of the United States Richard Nixon to the Committee on the Judiciary; Ninety-Third Congress; United States House of Representatives; July 19, 1974 [5 copies]

GENERAL FILES

Box 13

Executive Privilege – AID / Sept. 1973
Executive Privilege – Ervin Hearings – July-Aug. 1971
Executive Privilege Statement by the President for Use When Making a Deposition
Executive Privilege – Formal Claim of Privilege
Executive Privilege – Congressional Declinations
Executive Privilege – ITT/Chile
Executive Privilege – Congressional Invocation #1 – L.H. Fountain
Executive Privilege – Congressional Invocation #3 – March 1972
Executive Privilege – Congressional – G. Marvin Gentile
Memo to Haig, Kissinger, Laird, & Timmons – Invocation of Executive Privilege
Executive Privilege – General

Box 14

Executive Privilege (Judicial)
Executive Privilege – Dean
Executive Privilege – Richard Nixon Past Statements
Presidential Statement on Executive Privilege – 1973
Executive Privilege – Congressional

Box 15

Executive Privilege – Congressional Demands
Executive Privilege – Congressional Reference
Executive Privilege – Watergate
Freedom of Information Act – HUD
Freedom of Information Act – Personnel Data
Freedom of Information Act – Study Group
Freedom of Information Act (Miscellaneous) [#1]
F.O.I.A. [#2]

Box 16

Exemptions – District of Columbia – Income Tax
Net Worth Statements – Model
Personal Data Questionnaire – Appointees
Trust Agreement – Blank Forms
White House Staff – Statements of Employment and Financial Interests
Action Memo / Staff Secretary Replies
Advance Office – Legal Representation of Volunteers
Advisory Committees
Advisory Council on Intergovernmental Personnel Policy
Agriculture Department Access to Tax Returns
Alderson Contract
Amateur Sports
American Bar Association

Box 17

Amnesty [1 of 2]
[Amnesty] [2 of 2]
Anti-Lobbying Laws
Anti-Nepotism Statute
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
Anne Armstrong
Attorneys – Appropriation of Funds – GAO Request
Lester Barrer – Requests for Information
“Battle of the Budget” Kits
Bicentennial Commission
Budget
Cambodia, Bombing of
Campaign Contributions (Pre-April 7, 1972)
Campaign Reform

Box 18

Candidate “Clearance Report”
Chilean Embassy (Break-In)
China/Soviet Trip Film
Civil Disturbance Information
COINTELPROs [Counter Intelligence Programs]
Commission Books
Commission on Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Salaries
Commission on Olympic Sports
Committee Management
Committee to Re-Elect the President – Trustees
Congressional Immunity
Congressional Request – Country Field Submissions
Congressional Requests – Inspection of Income Tax Returns
Constitutional Amendments
Consultants (with and without Compensation)
Consumer Product Safety Commission
Contacts with Independent Regulatory Agencies
Copyright Information
CIEP – Council on International Economic Policy [1 of 2]
Council on International Economic Policy [2 of 2]
Counsel’s Office – Staffing
John W. Dean III
Declassification
Declassification – Presidential Papers
D.O.D. Statement / Senate Bill S. 2318
Frank De Marco
Demonstration Intelligence – Unclassified

Box 19

[Demonstration Intelligence – Unclassified] [2 of 2]
De Santis, Rita
Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities
D.C. Command Post
Domestic Council Staff Compensation
Election Reform Proposals – 1973
Electoral College Reform
Equal Rights Amendment
Executive Agreements
Executive Order – Compulsory Retirement
Executive Order No. 11708
Executive Protective Service – United Nations
Exemption from Retirement
Export Controls – Food
Export-Import Bank

Box 20

Farm Credit Administration
Federal Advisory Committee Act
Federal Election Act of 1973
Federal Election Reform Commission
Federal Energy Office
Files Sent to Central Files [Trudy B. Fry]
Files – Sequestered Rooms 84 and 522
[Gerald R.] Ford – Vice President Designate
G.A.O. Review of White House Records [1 of 3]
[G.A.O. Review of White House Records] [2 of 3]

Box 21

[G.A.O. Review of White House Records] [3 of 3]
General Counsel
General Information
Disposition of Gifts (Christmas), White House Staff
Gift Unit – G.A.O. Request
Arthur J. Goldberg
Hatch Act – Revenue Sharing
Immigration Problems
Impeachment

Box 22

Interagency Classification Review Committee (ICRC)
International Commission of Control and Supervision
IRS (Enemies) – Committee Reports
ITT
Kennedy Center Contract
Harlan G. Koch / House of Shen
Rabbi Korff
Legal Staff
Legislation – Comment
Library Project
Use of Limousines
Martindale-Hubbell – 1973 (’74 Edition)
Military Holding Civil Appointment

Box 23

Milk Case – White Paper
Milk Price Support Decision – Background Information March 1971
National Advisory Council on Indian Education
National Commission for Industrial Peace
National Security Study Memorandum 113
National Selective Service Appeal Board
Newsmen’s Privilege – Reference
Oath of Allegiance on Passport Applications
Office of Economic Opportunity – Acting Director
Office Administration
Office of Management and Budget – Director Confirmation
Parking Regulations
Personnel Actions – Political Influences

Box 24

President – Closed Cases
Presidential Appointees
Presidential Commission Books
Presidential Endorsements – Solicitation [1 of 2]
Presidential Endorsements – Solicitation [2 of 2]
Presidential Signature and Use of the President’s Name
Presidential Travel
Protection of the President – Key Biscayne and San Clemente
Theodore Ratnoff
Reader’s Digest / Copyright Article
Recess Appointments
Release of Women’s Hiring Plans
S[mall] B[usiness] A[dministration] Probe
Relocation Assistance Implementation Committee
“Right to Privacy” 4 Harvard Law Review 193
Rostow, Walt
Roy Ash Letter – New York Times
San Clemente – Proposed Golf Course
Saxbe Confirmation
Security Checks of White House Invitees

Box 25

Security Office
Security Reports – White House
Senate Select Committee
Earl J. Silbert
Soviet Governors’ Visit
Soviet Grain Agreements (Jackson Committee)
Soviet Grain Deal
Special Prosecutor
Special Representative for Trade Negotiations
Special Subcommittee on Small Business – Governor Love
Staff Attorney Applicants [1 of 2]
Staff Attorney Applicants [2 of 2]
Staff Contacts – Independent Regulatory Agencies
Sun Oil
Supplies

Box 26

Talent Bank – Computer
Telephone Tariffs (WH)
Terrorism
Trade Reform Act of 1973
Travel – First Family
Trousdale Estates
U.S. Railway Association
Phase I Commissions
Phase II – Boards
Phase IV
The Washington Pay-Off by Robert N. Winter (G Ford)
W.H. Appointees
White House Appropriation
White House Computer Center
WH Contacts – FPC
WH/EOB Passes
W.H. Identification Credentials
White House Mess
White House Office Papers
WH Staff Appointment Records
W.H. Staff – Congressional Contacts
W.H. Staff Contacts – CAB
WH Staff – FBA Memberships
WH Staff Procedures & Memos
Travel Related Expenses White House Staff
White House Worship Services
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

CASE FILES, 1971-1974

Box 27

American Nursing Home Association v. Cost of Living Council et al
Blume Oil Company vs. Petroleum Marketing Corp.
Bondie, G.W. v. US Army, et al
Clara Lyle Boone
Casey – Sec Hearings & Transcript [1 of 2]
Casey – Sec Hearings & Transcript [2 of 2]
Casey – Newsclippings
Casey – Legal Papers
Center for Corporate Responsibility
Charlotte, N.C. – Summons & Memo of Decisions and Order

Box 28

Common Cause [1 of 3]
Common Cause [2 of 3]
Common Cause [3 of 3]

Box 29

Democratic National Campaign [1 of 3]
Democratic National Campaign [2 of 3]
Democratic National Campaign [3 of 3]
Eatontown, N.J. – Dworman
Farmer v. Nixon
Florida East Coast Railway Co. v. US
Fred F. Fielding
Fitzgerald v. Seamans Litigation File
Fourcade v. Ziegler et al

Box 30

[Leonard] Garment’s Subpoena
General Litigation Information
GSA – Political Discrimination
General Alexander Haig – Affidavit
Morton H. Halperin v. Henry A. Kissinger, et al
[William] Henkel – Pekin, Illinois [Civil Suit]
[Stephen] Kelley, et al v. Nixon and Ford
Edward M. Kennedy v. Arthur F. Sampson, et al
Raphael Konigsberg, et al v. Richard Nixon
Litigation – Miscellaneous
Allard Lowenstein v. J.J. Rooney, et al
OMB Litigation
Irvin H. Mason – Subpoena

Box 31

Andrew J. Melechinsky et al v. Rich. Nixon, House of Rep, Atlantic Ricfhfield Exxon, Mobile, Shell, & Texaco Corps.
Morrison v. Haig et al
Nader v. Bork
National Helium Corporation et al v. Morton et al
Pan Am v. Aetna Casualty
Pending Litigation
President’s 1962 Campaign
President’s Subpoena Ad Testificandum
Presidential Subpoenas/Duces Tecum
Public Citizen, Inc. v. Clawson

Box 32

Committee to Re-Elect the President (CREP)
Minnie Relf, et al v. Montgomery Community Action Committee, et al
L.G. Ruderer v. Richard Nixon
School Cases – 1971
Sierra Club, et al v. Atomic Energy Commission, et al – Affidavit of Peter M. Flanigan
[Alvin] Moscow – Six Crises [1 of 4]
Claim of Alvin Moscow [2 of 4]
[Alvin Moscow – Six Crises] [3 of 4]
[Alvin Moscow -] Six Crises [4 of 4]

Box 33

Marvin Ray Sparrow v. J.C. Goodman [1 of 3]
Marvin Ray Sparrow v. J.C. Goodman [2 of 3]
Marvin Ray Sparrow v. J.C. Goodman [3 of 3]

Box 34

Stans – Grand Jury Subpoena – Issued Feb. 20, 1974
Nile Stanton, et al. v. Nixon, Roy Ash & Claude S. Brinegar
Stern v. FBI
Congressman Louis Stokes, et al v. General Services Administration
Subpoenas – Misc.
Robert E. Sweeney v. Nixon et al
United Farmworkers of Florida Housing Project, Inc., et al v. Farmers Home Administration, et al.
U.S. v. Associated Milk Producers, Inc.
United States v. Ehrlichman
United States v. Marchetti – Secrecy Agreement
United States of America v. John N. Mitchell, et al.
U.S. v. Howard Edwin Reinecke
United States Servicemen’s Fund v. James O. Eastland
U.S. v. W. Kenneth Riland
Watergate/Review of Hearings by Robert T. Andrews
Watergate – Supreme Court
Weather Engineering Corporation of America v. United States

SUBJECT FILES, 1970-1974

Box 35

Executive Clemency
Executive Clemency – Master Warrant, Apr.-Dec. 1970
Executive Clemency Master Warrant – Dec. 1972
Pardons – Master Warrant 10/17/73
Pardons – Master Warrant 12/5/73
Pardons – Master Warrant 12/21/73
Pardons – Master Warrant 2/19/74
Pardons – Master Warrant 4/2/74
Pardons – Master Warrant June 1, 1974
Pardons and Commutations
Bigham – Pardon
De Carlo, Angelo
Frank Gregory
Eddie Harrison
Carl A. Kipp – Pardon
Kovens, Calvin – Pardon Request
“Margoles” – Pardon
Leonard G. Mathias
Dr. Thomas Matthew
Neville M. Tucker

Box 36

Hon. Stanley M. Greenberg
Warren Sims
List of Denial Notices Return to Pardon Attorney
Pardon Petitions – Correspondence Oct. 1970 June 7, 1971
Pardon Petitions Correspondence June 23, 1971 to Sept 24, 1971
Pardon Petitions Correspondence Oct. 1, 1971 to Dec. 31, 1971
Pardon Petitions – Correspondence (Jan-June 1972)
Pardon Petitions Correspondence July 1 – December 31, 1972
Pardons – Deportations
Pardons – Executive Clemency, Filipino Veterans
Pardons – Military
Pardons – Posthumous

Box 37

Pardon Petitions Correspondence
Citizens for the Re-Election of the President
Civil Disturbance – Statistics
Classified Chron
Clergy and Laity Concerned Advertisements
Foreign Contributions 1972
Green Beret
ITT/Chile Classified
ITT/Chile Executive Privilege Classified
Military Intelligence Involving Civilians
NSCID National Security Council Intelligence Directives
Operation “Inlet”
Removing the OEP from the NSC

SAFE FILES

Box 38

Submission [of Recorded Presidential Conversations… April 30, 1974]
Appendix 1 [Oval Office September 15, 1972 5:27 – 6:17]
Appendix 2 [Oval Office February 28, 1973 9:12 – 10:23 a.m.]
Appendix 3 [Oval Office March 13, 1973 12:42 – 2:00 p.m.]
Appendix 4 [Oval Office March 17, 1973 1:25 – 2:10 p.m.]
Appendix 5 [Telephone March 20, 1973 7:29 – 7:43 p.m.]
Appendix 6 [Oval Office March 21, 1973 10:12 – 11:55 a.m.]
Appendix 7 [EOB March 21, 1973 5:20 – 6:01 p.m.]
Appendix 8 [EOB March 22, 1973 1:57 – 3:43 p.m.]
Appendix 9 [EOB March 27, 1973 11:10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.]
Appendix 10 [Telephone March 28, 1973 No Time]
Appendix 11 [Press Room March 30, 1973 12:50 p.m. Ziegler]
Appendix 12 [Oval Office March 30, 1973 12:02 – 12:18 p.m.]
Appendix 13 [Telephone April 8, 1973 7:33 – 7:37 a.m.]
Appendix 14 [EOB April 14, 1973 8:55 – 11:30 a.m.]
Appendix 15 [Oval Office April 14, 1973 1:55 – 2:13 p.m.]
Appendix 16 [Oval Office April 14, 1973 2:24 – 3:55 p.m.]
Appendix 17 [EOB April 14, 1973 5:15 – 6:45 p.m.]
Appendix 18 [Telephone April 14, 1973 Approx. 6:00 p.m.]
Appendix 19 [Telephone April 14, 1973 11:02 – 11:16 p.m.]
Appendix 20 [Telephone April 14, 1973 11:22 – 11:53 p.m.]
Appendix 21 [Oval Office April 15, 1973 10:35 – 11:15 a.m.]
Appendix 22 [EOB April 15, 1973 1:12 – 2:22 p.m.]
Appendix 23 [Telephone April 15, 1973 3:27 – 3:44 p.m.]
Appendix 24 [Telephone April 15, 1973 3:48 – 3:49 p.m.]

Box 39

Appendix 25 [Telephone April 15, 1973 No Time]
Appendix 26 [Telephone April 15, 1973 8:14 – 8:18 p.m.]
Appendix 27 [Telephone April 15, 1973 8:25 – 8:26 p.m.]
Appendix 28 [Telephone April 15, 1973 9:39 – 9:41 p.m.]
Appendix 29 [Telephone April 15, 1973 11:45 – 11:53 a.m.]
Appendix 30 [Oval Office April 16, 1973 9:50 – 9:59 a.m.]
Appendix 31 [Oval Office April 16, 1973 10:00 a.m.]
Appendix 32 [Oval Office April 16, 1973 10:50 – 11:04 a.m.]
Appendix 33 [Oval Office April 16, 1973 12:00 – 12:31 p.m.]
Appendix 34 [EOB April 16, 1973 1:39 – 3:25 p.m.]
Appendix 35 [EOB April 16, 1973 3:27 – 4:04 p.m.]
Appendix 36 [EOB April 16, 1973 4:07 – 4:35 p.m.]
Appendix 37 [April 16, 1973 Telephone 8:58 – 9:14 p.m.]
Appendix 38 [Oval Office April 17, 1973 9:47 – 9:59 a.m.]
Appendix 39 [Oval Office April 17, 1973 12:35 – 2:20 p.m.]
Appendix 40 [April 17, 1973 Telephone 2:39-2:40]
Appendix 41 [Oval Office April 17, 1973 2:46 – 3:49 p.m.]
Appendix 42 [Oval Office April 17, 1973 3:50 – 4:35 p.m.]
Appendix 43 [Briefing Room April 17, 1973 4:42 p.m.]
Appendix 44 [EOB April 17, 1973 5:20 – 7:14 p.m.]
Appendix 45 [April 18, 1973 Telephone 2:50 – 2:56 p.m.]
Appendix 46 [EOB April 19, 1973 8:26 – 9:32 p.m.]
Appendix 47 [Oval Office April 27, 1973 5:37 – 5:43 p.m.]
Appendix 48 [Oval Office April 27, 1973 6:04 – 6:48 p.m.]
Appendix 49 [Oval Office Address by the President 9:01 p.m.]

Box 40

Analyses, Indexes, and Orders – Jaworski Subpoena
C.R.E.P. Financial Report, January 22, 1974 [1 of 2]
C.R.E.P. Financial Report, January 22, 1974 [2 of 2]
Executive Order on Taxes
[List of F.B.I. Wiretaps, 1960-1973]
[Memorandum to the Special Prosecutor, Re Indictment of Richard M. Nixon]
[W.H. Press Release, 9/8/74: Text of Legal Opinion by the Atty. Gen. Re Nixon Papers]
[Unlabeled, Unfoldered Material]

Box 41

Haig – Senate Foreign Relations Comm.
[Index to Investigative Files; House Committee on the Judiciary]
[Persons Considered for Government Posts]
[Legal Papers]
President’s Income Taxes & Other Finances
[Edited Transcript of Presidential Conversation, 4-19-71]

Box 42

[Unedited & Edited Drafts of Transcripts of Presidential Conversation, 4-4-72]
[Edited Transcript of Presidential Conversation – 4-4-72]
[Unedited Draft of Presidential Conversation, 6-30-72]
[Edited Copy of Draft of Presidential Conversation, 9-15-72]
[Edited Transcript of Presidential Conversation, 9-15-72]
[Edited Draft of Presidential Conversation, 2-28-73]
[Copy of Transcript of Presidential Conversation, 2-28-73]
[Edited Draft of Transcript of Presidential Conversation, 3-22-73]
[Excerpt of an Unidentified Presidential Conversation]
[Editorial Notes Related to Recordings of Presidential Conversations] Complete Set from Files

Box 43

[Unlabeled, Unfoldered Watergate Material] [1 of 3]
[Unlabeled, Unfoldered Watergate Material] [2 of 3]
[Unlabeled, Unfoldered Watergate Material] [3 of 3]

Box 44

Misc. Jud. Committee Papers
Representative Papers from the Townhouse Files
Pleadings, Oct 1973, Ct of Appeals Case – Jaworski
U.S. v Ehrlichman, et al Misc. Material
Misc. Non-Watergate Materials
Misc. Watergate Related Mtrs.
Presidential Transition Acts
1st Sit – Notes for JDE – Delivered on 6/5/74 – 6:30 p.m. Copy for HJC

Box 45

2nd Sit – Notes of JDE – Delivered on 6/6/74, 10:30 a.m. Copy for HJC
3rd Sit – Notes of JDE – Delivered Copy for HJC
Presidential Papers [1 of 2]
Presidential Papers [2 of 2]
Nixon Library
Haig Appearance [Senate Watergate Committee]
Miscellaneous Material Related to Taxes
Kissinger, Haig and Wiretaps

Box 46

Jaworski Subpoena Case – U.S. v. Mitchell, et al
Mtg Notes
C (Special) 4/19/73 10:12 – 11:07 a.m.
3/21/73 7:53 P.M. NO
“Racial Slurs”
Speech Drafts
Presidential Logs

Box 47

Nos. 73-1766 and 73-1834 in the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1973; On Writ of Certiorari Before Judgment; Brief for the Respondent, Cross-Petitioner Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States [12 copies]

PRINTED LEGAL BRIEFS

Box 48

Nos. 73-1766 and 73-1834 in the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1973; On Writ of Certiorari Before Judgment; Brief for the Respondent, Cross-Petitioner Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States [12 copies]

PRINTED LEGAL BRIEFS AND BOOKS

Box 49

Nos. 73-1766 and 73-1834 in the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1973; On Writ of Certiorari Before Judgment; Brief for the Respondent, Cross-Petitioner Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States [4 copies]
Nos. 73-1766 and 73-1834 in the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1973; On Writ of Certiorari Before Judgment to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit; Brief for the Respondent, Cross-Petitioner Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States [3 copies]
In the United States District Court for the District of Columbia; In re Grand Jury Subpoena Duces Tecum Issued to Richard M. Nixon, or Any Subordinate Officer, Official, or Employee With Custody or Control of Certain Documents or Objects; Misc. No. 47-73; Brief in Opposition, Statement of the Case [6 copies]
Sabrepen, I Quit: A Fable from the Dead Issue Scroll [2 copies]
Bruce Mazlish, In Search of Nixon: A Psychohistorical Inquiry
Jethro K. Lieberman, How the Government Breaks the Law

LEGAL PAPERS AND TRANSCRIPTS

Box 50

Calley v. Nixon
Calley Material
[Unlabeled Item – Alarm System]
[Incomplete Transcript – Watergate Hearings]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-73, Pgs. 1-37] [3 copies]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-73, Pgs. 38-220] [1 of 3]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-73, Pgs. 38-220] [2 of 3]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-73, Pgs. 38-220] [3 of 3]

TRANSCRIPTS

Box 51

[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-73, pp. 221-430] [1 of 2]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-73, pp. 221-430] [2 of 2]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-73, pp. 431-627] [1 of 2]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-73, pp. 431-627] [2 of 2] [Incomplete]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-73, pp. 628-794]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-73, pp. 795-992] [1 of 2]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-73, pp. 795-992] [2 of 2]

Box 52

[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-74, pp. 993-1090] [1 of 4]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-74, pp. 993-1090] [2 of 4]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-74, pp. 993-1090] [3 of 4]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-74, pp. 993-1090] [4 of 4]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Nixon, Dist. Ct. of D.C., Misc. No. 47-74, pp. 1091-1203]

STAFF FILES

Box 53

Buzhardt Memos for President
Combinations & Keys (Room 84 & 522)
Correspondence for Answer
Counsel Files
Office of the Counsel Chron – 1/10/74 – [2/28/74]
Haldeman Chron – April 1973
Misc Memos – Watergate Related [1 of 2]
Misc. Memos – Watergate Related [2 of 2]

Box 54

Office Chron – (January 1974 – April 30, 1974)
Office Chron – (May 1974 – [August 9, 1974])
Litigation Files, Subpoenas, and Affidavits
Tenants Council, et al v. City of York, Nixon, et al
Vice President’s Staff/Confidential Statement of Employment and Financial Interests
Watergate Papers [1 of 2]
Watergate Papers [2 of 2]
[Recorded Presidential Conversation] Excerpts
Flanigan Memo
John Dean and the Tapes [September 15, 1972]
Justice Department Correspondence of White House Cases
[Alexander] Haig Material

Box 55

Wiretapping [1 of 2]
Wiretapping [2 of 2]
Young Report [1 of 2]
Young Report [2 of 2]

Box 56

[Testimony – Volume One] [1 of 2 copies] [Folder 1 of 2]
[Testimony – Volume One] [1 of 2 copies] [Folder 2 of 2]
[Testimony – Volume One] [2 of 2 copies] [Folder 1 of 2]
[Testimony – Volume One] [2 of 2 copies] [Folder 2 of 2]
[Transcript, U.S. v. Richard M. Nixon, Sup. Ct. No. 73-1766 & No. 73-1734]
[Unrevised and Unedited Transcript, Proceedings, H. of R. Committee on the Judiciary, Executive Session, July 18, 1974]
[Weekly Abstract of Presidential Activities] [1 of 2]
[Weekly Abstract of Presidential Activities] [2 of 2]
[Binder: “List of Attachments”]

Box 57

March 21, 1973 (A.M.)
[Unlabeled Envelope of Misc. Loose Papers] [1 of 3]
[Unlabeled Envelope of Misc. Loose Papers] [2 of 3]
[Unlabeled Envelope of Misc. Loose Papers] [3 of 3]

SUBJECT FILES

Box 58

Document Requests
Information Requests
Tape Requests
Forms for Charts
Re: Dean, John W. [1 of 2]
Re: Dean, John W. [2 of 2]
Impeachment Study of Ehrlichman Summons
Dave Wilson’s Files

Box 59

Secretaries [1 of 2]
Secretaries [2 of 2]
Special Prosecution Force [empty]
News Article re C.F.
Rebozo/Hughes Contributions
GAO Reports
Missouri
Notes from News Articles re: C.F.
Legislative History Election Laws
Title 47 – Candidates for Public Office and Campaign Communications
Misc. Other Issues
Townhouse Files
General Summary File – Issues
Title 18 Sec 591-613 – Chap 29 Elections & Political Activities
Title 2 – Federal – Corrupt Practices

Box 60

Misc. G.A.O. Reports [1 of 2]
Misc. G.A.O. Reports [2 of 2]
Impeachment – (Work Papers – Intervention Motion)
Interoffice Memos (Received)
Inter-Office Memos (Sent)
Misc. Papers from Jerry Jones Files
Don Nixon/Hughes
News Article
Subpoena
Rebozo/Hughes
Title 2 – Federal – Election Campaigns
Election and Campaign Laws
Campaign Financing Issue

Box 61

Watergate and Cover-Up Chronology [1 of 5]
Watergate and Cover-Up Chronology [2 of 5]
Watergate and Cover-Up Chronology [3 of 5]
Watergate and Cover-Up Chronology [4 of 5]
Watergate and Cover-Up Chronology [5 of 5]

Box 62

[The E.O.B. Tape of June 20, 1972]
[Passenger Manifest—Executive Aircraft, 2/4/69 – 12/29/70]
[Passenger Manifest, Executive Aircraft, 1/9/71 – 5/31/72]
[Passenger Manifest—Executive Aircraft, 6/1/72 – 11/13/73]
[Magnetic Typewriter Ribbon Cartridges, “9/15/72 – P/H/D, pp. 1-7”]

Box 63

[Magnetic Typewriter Ribbon Cartridges, “9/15/72, P/H/D, pp. 8-13”]
[Magnetic Typewriter Ribbon Cartridges, “9/15/72, P/H/D, pp. 14-16”]

Box 64

Impeachment
Independent Regulatory Agencies
Internal Memoranda
Issues and Answers
ITT
Milk Case
Miscellaneous
Navy League
News Conferences
Oil Problems
Presidential Support Rally
Presidential Travel
Presidential Papers
Privacy Initiative

Box 65

Resumes
Transition
TV Interviews
U.S. v. Ehrlichman
U.S. v. Mitchell
U.S. v. Nixon
West, John Robinson
White House Authorizations

Box 66

Ben-Veniste
Casey, William J.
Chronology
Charlotte Suit
Counsel Expenses
Democratic National Committee
Department of Justice Inquiries
18-Minute Gap
Ervin Committee
Federal Property Council
Fitzgerald, A. Ernest
Freedom of Information (and Executive Privilege) Legislation
Gifts
Halperin v. Kissinger, et al. [1 of 2]
Halperin v. Kissinger, et al. [2 of 2]

Box 67

Halperin v. Kissinger, et al. (Vol. II)
Higby, Larry
House Judiciary Committee [1 of 2]
House Judiciary Committee [2 of 2]

Box 68

[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, 6/23/72, 10:04 -11:39 a.m.] [5 copies]
[Transcript, Recorded Presidential Conversation, 6/23/72, 2:20 – 2:45 p.m.]
Treasury Matters
Vice President (Services to)
Watergate and CIA
Watergate Overview
Wiretaps – National Security
Wiretaps – National Security
Wright, Charles Alan

Box 69

Hoffa v. Saxbe, et. al. (Pleading) [1 of 2]
Hoffa v. Saxbe, et. al. (Pleading) [2 of 2]
William A. K. Lake, et al. v. John D. Ehrlichman, et al.
Materials Produced for Investigation
Misc. Copies of Material [1 of 2]
Misc. Copies of Material [2 of 2]

Box 70

Nixon, Donald
Passes
Plumbers
Promotion Lists
Protection of White House Files
Radford Hearings
Rights of Access to Pre-Presidential Papers
Daniel Schorr Matter
Security
Senate Select Committee Staff
Soviet and Eastern Bloc Contacts
Special Treasury Correspondence
Supreme Court Decision (July 24, 1974)
Tapes Hearings
[Tapes] Subpoena Backup Materials
Transcripts

SUBJECT AND CHRONOLOGICAL FILES

Box 71

Chron J. Fred Buzhardt – January 74 – Apr 74
Chron J. Fred Buzhardt – May 74 – Aug 9, 1974
Chron J. Fred Buzhardt – Aug 10 – October 1974
[Buchanan Analysis of Tapes]
Colson, Charles
Dean Documents

Box 72

Dean Meetings and Cross Examination
Executive Clemency – James Hoffa [1 of 2]
Executive Clemency – James Hoffa [2 of 2]
Executive Clemency – Master Warrant [December 22, 1971]

Box 73

Executive Privilege – Moorhead
Haldeman, H. R.
[Requests for [Copies of] Taped Conversations]
Cryptology – Background Data

PUBLICATIONS

Box 74

Bombing in Cambodia; Hearings Before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; July 16, 23, 25, 26, 30; August 7, 8, 9, 1973
Examination of President Nixon’s Tax Returns for 1969 through 1972; Prepared for the Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation By Its Staff
Draft of Final Report of the Senate Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, United States Senate for the Ninety-Third Congress, Part 1, July 1974
Draft of Final Report of the Senate Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, United States Senate for the Ninety-Third Congress, Part 2, July 1974
Draft of Final Report of the Senate Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, United States Senate for the Ninety-Third Congress, Part 3, July 1974
Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; Watergate Investigation, Book 1
Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; Watergate Investigation, Book 2
Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; Watergate Investigation, Book 3
Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; Watergate Investigation, Book 4 [2 copies]

Box 75

Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; Watergate Investigation, Book 5
Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; Watergate Investigation, Book 6
Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; Watergate Investigation, Book 7
Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; Watergate Investigation, Book 8
Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; Watergate Investigation, Book 9 [2 copies]
Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; Watergate and Related Activities, Phase II: Campaign Practices, Book 10 [2 copies]
Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; Watergate and Related Activities, Phase II: Campaign Practices, Book 11 [2 copies]
Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session; Watergate and Related Activities, Phase II: Campaign Practices, Book 12 [2 copies]
Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972; Senate Resolution 60; Executive Session Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Watergate and Related Activities, The Hughes-Rebozo Investigation and Related Matters, Book 22
Before the Committee on the Judiciary; Ninety-Third Congress; United States House of Representatives; June 11, 1974
Submission of Recorded Presidential Conversations To the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives by President Richard Nixon

Box 76

House of Representatives, 93d Congress, 2d Session, Report No. 93-1305; Impeachment of Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States; Report of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives
Statement of Information Submitted on Behalf of President Nixon; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book I: Events Following the Watergate Break-In, June 19, 1972-March 1, 1974
Statement of Information Submitted on Behalf of President Nixon; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book II: Department of Justice-ITT Litigation
Statement of Information Submitted on Behalf of President Nixon; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book III: Political Contributions by Milk Producers Cooperatives: The 1971 Milk Price Support Decision
Statement of Information Submitted on Behalf of President Nixon; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book IV: White House Surveillance Activities
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book VI—Part 1: Political Contributions by Milk Producers Cooperatives: The 1971 Milk Price Support Decision
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book VI—Part 2: Political Contributions by Milk Producers Cooperatives: The 1971 Milk Price Support Decision

Box 77

Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book VII—Part 1: White House Surveillance Activities and Campaign Activities
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book VII—Part 2: White House Surveillance Activities and Campaign Activities
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book VII—Part 3: White House Surveillance Activities and Campaign Activities
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book VII—Part 4: White House Surveillance Activities and Campaign Activities

Box 78

Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book VIII: Internal Revenue Service
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book IX—Part 1: Watergate Special Prosecutors Judiciary Committee’s Impeachment Inquiry, April 30, 1973-July 1, 1974
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book IX—Part 2: Watergate Special Prosecutors Judiciary Committee’s Impeachment Inquiry, April 30, 1973-July 1, 1974
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book X: Tax Deduction for Gift of Papers

Box 79

Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book XI: Bombing of Cambodia
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book XII: Impoundment of Funds; Government Expenditures on President Nixon’s Private Properties at San Clemente and Key Biscayne

Box 80

Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book I: Events Prior to the Watergate Break-In, December 2, 1971-June 17, 1972
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book II: Events Following the Watergate Break-In, June 17, 1972-February 9, 1973
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book III—Part 1: Events Following the Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972-March 22, 1973
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book III—Part 2: Events Following the Watergate Break-In, June 20, 1972-March 22, 1973

Box 81

Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book IV—Part 1: Events following the Watergate Break-In, March 22, 1973-April 30, 1973
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book IV—Part 2: Events following the Watergate Break-In, March 22, 1973-April 30, 1973
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book IV—Part 3: Events following the Watergate Break-In, March 22, 1973-April 30, 1973
Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book V—Part 1: Department of Justice/ITT Litigation—Richard Kleindienst Nomination Hearings

Box 82

Statement of Information; Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; Book V—Part 2: Department of Justice/ITT Litigation—Richard Kleindienst Nomination Hearings
Submission of Recorded Presidential Conversations To the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives by President Richard Nixon, April 30, 1974
[U.S. v. Orsio, et al.]

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