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The Presidential historical materials of Gen. Alexander M. Haig, Jr., White House Chief of Staff, are in custody of the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of Title I of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-526, 88 Stat. 1695) and implementing regulations. In accordance with the act and regulations, archivists reviewed the file group to identify personal and private materials as well as nonhistorical items. One item has been returned to General Haig.

Materials covered by the act have been archivally processed and are described in this register. Items which are security classified or otherwise restricted under the act and regulations have been removed and placed in a closed file. A Document Withdrawal Record (GSA Form 7279) with a description of each restricted document has been inserted at the beginning of each folder from which materials have been removed. A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.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 restriction. Certain classified documents may be declassified under authority of Executive Order 13526 in response to a Mandatory Review Request (NA Form 14020) submitted by the researcher.

  • Linear feet of materials:   21 linear feet, 5 linear inches
  • Approximate number of pages:   39,200

Biographical Note

Alexander Meigs Haig, Jr. was born on December 2, 1924, in the Philadelphia suburb Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Alexander Meigs Haig, an assistant city solicitor of Philadelphia, and Regina Anne (née Murphy). Haig attended the University of Notre Dame for two years before transferring to the U.S. Military Academy in 1944. Upon graduation in 1947, Second Lieutenant Haig served in Japan with the First Calvary Division, then as an aide to Lt. General Edward "Ned" Almond in Europe. He also served on General Douglas MacArthur's staff in Japan before and during the Korean War. While in Japan, Haig was assigned as an aide to General Alonzo P. Fox, MacArthur's deputy chief of staff. In 1950, Haig married Maj. Gen. Fox's daughter, Patricia Antoinette Fox.

After the Korean War, Haig left the military for two years to study business administration at Columbia University. Soon thereafter, Haig returned to the military and he was a student at the Naval War College from 1959 to 1960. He then studied at Georgetown University for a master's degree in International Relations, which he received in 1962.

In 1962, General Haig was selected as a staff officer to the deputy chief of staff for military operations in the Pentagon. Soon Secretary of the Army Cyrus Vance named Haig his military assistant. In 1964, he was appointed deputy special assistant to Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara. In 1965, he left the Pentagon to attend the Army War College for a year. After graduating, Haig was deployed to Vietnam. When his tour of duty ended in 1967, Haig was appointed regimental commander of cadets at his alma mater, the U.S. Military Academy.

In January 1969, Haig became the senior military adviser to Henry Kissinger, the assistant to the President for national security affairs. General Haig became deputy assistant to President Richard Nixon for national security affairs in 1970. Haig was promoted to full general in 1972 and, a year later, left the White House to become the vice chief of staff of the U.S. Army. In May 1973, Haig was brought back to the White House to replace White House Chief of Staff H. R. Haldeman, who had resigned on April 30, 1973. After President Nixon resigned from office on August 9, 1974, Haig served temporarily as chief of staff under President Gerald Ford.

President Ford appointed Haig to the post of Supreme Allied Commander, Europe (SACEUR) of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in late 1974. Haig left the military in 1979 to become the president of United Technologies Corporation, a defense contractor. On January 22, 1981, Haig was sworn in as President Ronald Reagan's Secretary of State. He left the position after serving for 18 months.

In 1984, Haig founded Worldwide Associates Inc., a global consulting firm. That same year, he wrote about his time with the Reagan administration in Caveat: Realism, Reagan, and Foreign Policy. In 1988, Haig was a candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination. He pulled out of the race after the Iowa caucuses. In 1992, his memoir Inner Circles: How America Changed the World was published.

Haig appeared on television programs such as World Business Review, on which he replaced Caspar Weinberger as the program's moderator, and 21st Century Business. In addition, he was an advisor to Newsmax Media, a member of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, and a founding board member of American Online. General Haig died of complications from an infection on February 20, 2010, at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. On March 2, 2010, he was buried at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors.

Scope and Content Note

The papers of Gen. Alexander M. Haig, Jr. reflect his varied responsibilities during the sixty-three months he served in the Nixon administration. His first association with the administration was in January 1969, when he was detailed by the Army to the National Security Council (NSC) Staff as senior Military Advisor for National Security Affairs. Working closely with Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs Henry Kissinger, he soon became Kissinger's deputy. As Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, he, together with Kissinger, advised President Nixon on matters relating to national security during the first Nixon administration. General Haig remained on the Kissinger staff until early January 1973, when he left to become Vice Chief of Staff of the Army at the Pentagon.

His departure from the Nixon administration proved to be short-lived. Four months later, on May 4, 1973, he returned to the White House as Chief of Staff at the request of the President to fill the vacuum created by H.R. Haldeman's resignation on April 30.

As White House Chief of Staff, General Haig directed the daily operations of the White House Staff. He approved projects undertaken by individual members of the White House Staff and acted as the final authority on personnel matters. The office staff which assisted him in carrying out his responsibilities of coordination and administration included: Maj. Gen. John C. Bennett, Deputy Assistant to the President; Charles B. Wardell, III, Deputy Special Assistant to the President; Muriel Hartley, Confidential Assistant; and Lt. Col. George A. Joulwan, Special Assistant to the President.

The Haig materials consist of three series: Interstaff Communications, Office Files, and Speech Files. The materials in the Speech Files refer to his tenure on the NSC Staff between 1969-1973, while most of the materials in the other two series relate to his duties as White House Chief of Staff during the 1973-74 period.

The Interstaff Communications series pertains to the years 1973-74. It consists of memoranda, reports, and other correspondence directed to General Haig from members of the White House Staff, other administration officials, members of Congress, Watergate Special Prosecution Force, Republican and Democratic Party leaders, the news media, and private citizens. Topics include foreign policy issues, national defense measures, Watergate-related issues, the selection of personnel for Presidential appointments, and the distribution of perquisites among the White House Staff. Principal correspondents in this series are Kenneth W. Clawson, David R. Gergen, Jerry H. Jones, Lt. Col. George A. Joulwan, and David J. Wimer.

The Office Files series reflect General Haig's responsibilities as White House Chief of Staff. The files for 1973 indicate his efforts to establish administrative control over the White House Office and to coordinate its activities with the Vice President, various Cabinet members, and top-level government managers. Included in these files are memoranda from the White House Staff describing progress reports and recommendations on administration activities and policies. The 1974 files, however, consist of analyses of congressional, media, and public reactions to the President's speeches and other White House statements. News clippings, legal briefs, and congressional publications concerning the Watergate investigation constitute a significant portion of the material in the series.

General Haig's Speech Files series documents one of his functions as a NSC staff member, which was to state the administration's position on certain national defense issues or the NSC role in formulating American foreign and national security policies. In addition to the texts of his speeches and summaries of the briefing he gave to selected special groups, the files contain drafts of President Nixon's speeches and statements by various administration spokesmen, which were selected for informational and reference purposes. His "surrogate speech file" refers to drafts, transcripts, and revised versions of a speech he gave on June 23, 1972, to explain the President's position on foreign policy matters to administration spokesmen during the 1972 reelection campaign. Supplemental material in the surrogate speech files indicate that he gave the same or a similar speech to the Republican National Committee on September 23, 1972, and to other groups.

The White House Central Files, Staff Member and Office Files, contain an additional five cubic feet of General Haig's materials. Other materials related to the Haig Special Files may also be found throughout the NSC files and the Henry A. Kissinger Office Files. In the NSC files, there are 15 cubic feet of General Haig's chronological files and 7.6 cubic feet of his special chronological files.

Charles B. Wardell, III is the only member of General Haig's White House office staff whose materials are separate and identifiable among the Nixon Presidential materials. In the White House Central Files, Staff Member and Office Files, there is one cubic foot of material attributed to Wardell.

 [See Also:  Haig's White House Central Files]

Series Description

Boxes:   1-39
Series:   Interstaff Communications | Folder Title List
Spans:   1973 - 1974
Description:   Originals, carbons, and electrostatic copies of memoranda, letters, reports, drafts of speeches, telegrams, telephone call and meeting recommendations, resumes, job applications, routing slips, schedules, and newspaper clippings. Among the topics featured are plans for the President's speeches, appointments, appearances and schedules, reports of media coverage, personnel appointment, political party developments, and pending congressional legislation. A variety of issues concerning domestic and internal policies are addressed, including ceremonial visits by foreign officials, weapons systems, the economy, trade, budget, minorities, drug enforcement, and Watergate. Arranged chronologically by month and year, and thereunder alphabetically by surname of originator of the materials. Occasionally, however, a few file folders under topical headings filed at the end of a month or year.

Boxes:   40-44
Series:   Office Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1973 - 1974
Description:   Originals, carbons, and electrostatic copies of memoranda, reports, letters, handwritten notes, schedules, telephone messages, telegrams, public opinion polls, White House press releases, transcripts of press conferences and televised news programs, news clippings, legal briefs, and printed government documents. Materials concern the White House Staff plans of the administration's response to issues relating to the economy, housing, energy, trade, welfare reforms, personnel appointments, pending congressional legislation, Watergate, foreign policy, favorable and unfavorable reaction to various 1974 Presidential speeches, and Watergate-related issues. Arranged in approximate chronological order.

Boxes:   45-49
Series:   Speech Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1973
Description:  Originals, carbons, and electrostatic copies of memoranda, letters, handwritten notes, drafts and final versions of speeches, and printed Department of Defense statements. Materials pertains to such topics as the role of the National Security Council, the Nixon Doctrine, and foreign policy issues and plans concerning the Soviet Union, SALT, Europe, NATO, Vietnam, Paris peace negotiations, Southeast Asia, China, the Middle East, and Cuba. Other sensitive or technical subjects include the Department of Defense budget, military objectives, and weapons systems. Arranged by subject and thereunder chronologically.

Preservation Note

Holdings maintenance was performed on the collection December 2012 – April 2013 in order to ensure the longevity of the documents. The previous number of folders and/or boxes in this collection has changed due to the maintenance process.This finding aid has been updated to reflect any changes. The previous version of the finding aid is available upon request.

Folder Title List

INTERSTAFF COMMUNICATIONS, 1973-74

Box 1

July [1973] - Mort Allin
July [1973] - Anne Armstrong
July [1973] - Roy Ash
July [1973] - Pat Buchanan
July [1973] - Steve Bull
July [1973] - George Bush (RNC)
July [1973] - Len Garment
July [1973] - Dave Gergen
July [1973] - John Guthrie
July [1973] - Bryce Harlow
July [1973] - Dick Howard
July [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [1 of 4]
July [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [2 of 4]
July [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [3 of 4]
July [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [4 of 4]
July [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [1 of 4]
July [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [2 of 4]
July [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [3 of 4]
July [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [4 of 4]
July [1973] - Jerry Jones [III] [1 of 2]
July [1973] - Jerry Jones [III] [2 of 2]
July [1973] - Bruce Kehrli
July [1973] - Mel Laird
July [1973] - Gov. John Love
July [1973] - Dave Parker
July [1973] - Sec. Wm. Rogers
July [1973] - George Schultz
July [1973] - Herb Stein
July [1973] - Bill Timmons

Box 2

July [1973] - Vice President [Spiro T. Agnew]
July [1973] - Casper Weinberger
July [1973] - Rose Mary Woods
July [1973] - Haig Chron
July [1973] - Miscellaneous [1 of 2]
July [1973] - Miscellaneous [2 of 2]
July [1973] - Congressional
August [1973] - Mort Allin [1 of 2]
August [1973] - Mort Allin [2 of 2]
August [1973] - Anne Armstrong
August [1973] - Roy Ash
August [1973] - Bill Baroody [empty]
August [1973] - Steve Bull
August [1973] - George Bush (RNC)
August [1973] - Ken Cole
August [1973] - Len Garment [1 of 2]
August [1973] - Len Garment [2 of 2]
August [1973] - Dave Gergen
August [1973] - Bill Gulley
August [1973] - John Guthrie
August [1973] - Bryce Harlow
August [1973] - Bill Henkel
August [1973] - [Bruce Herschensohn]
August [1973] - Dick Howard
August [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [1 of 4]
August [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [2 of 4]
August [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [3 of 4]
August [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [4 of 4]

Box 3

August [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [1 of 3]
August [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [2 of 3]
August [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [3 of 3]
August [1973] - Jerry Jones [III] [1 of 3]
August [1973] - Jerry Jones [III] [2 of 3]
August [1973] - Jerry Jones [III] [3 of 3]
August [1973] - Jerry Jones [IV] [1 of 3]
August [1973] - Jerry Jones [IV] [2 of 3]
August [1973] - Jerry Jones [IV] [3 of 3]
August [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [1 of 3]
August [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [2 of 3]
August [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [3 of 3]
August [1973] - Henry Kissinger
August [1973] - Mel Laird
August [1973] - James Lynn
August [1973] - Dave Parker [1 of 2]
August [1973] - Dave Parker [2 of 2]
August [1973] - Ray Price
August [1973] - Elliot Richardson
August [1973] - Sec. Wm. Rogers
August [1973] - Stan Scott
August [1973] - Gen. Scowcroft
August [1973] - George Schultz

Box 4

August [1973] - Herb Stein [1 of 2]
August [1973] - Herb Stein [2 of 2]
August [1973] - Bill Timmons [1 of 2]
August [1973] - Bill Timmons [2 of 2]
August [1973] - C. Weinberger
August [1973] - R.M. Woods
August [1973] - Ron Ziegler
August [1973] - Haig Chron
August [1973] - Miscellaneous [I] [1 of 3]
August [1973] - Miscellaneous [I] [2 of 3]
August [1973] - Miscellaneous [I] [3 of 3]
August [1973] - Miscellaneous [II] [1 of 5]
August [1973] - Miscellaneous [II] [2 of 5]
August [1973] - Miscellaneous [II] [3 of 5]
August [1973] - Miscellaneous [II] [4 of 5]
August [1973] - Miscellaneous [II] [5 of 5]
August [1973] - Congressional
September [1973] - Anne Armstrong
September [1973] - Roy Ash
September [1973] - John Bennett
September [1973] - Pat Buchanan
September [1973] - Steve Bull
September [1973] - George Bush (RNC)
September [1973] - Earl Butz
September [1973] - Ken Cole
September [1973] - Peter Flanigan

Box 5

September [1973] - Len Garment
September [1973] - Dave Gergen [1 of 2]
September [1973] - Dave Gergen [2 of 2]
September [1973] - Bill Gulley
September [1973] - John Guthrie
September [1973] - Bryce Harlow
September [1973] - Bill Henkel
September [1973] - Dick Howard
September [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [1 of 4]
September [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [2 of 4]
September [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [3 of 4]
September [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [4 of 4]
September [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [1 of 4]
September [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [2 of 4]
September [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [3 of 4]
September [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [4 of 4]
September [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [1 of 4]
September [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [2 of 4]
September [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [3 of 4]
September [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [4 of 4]

Box 6

September [1973] - Henry Kissinger
[September 1973 - Melvin Laird]
September [1973] - Dave Parker
September [1973] - Ray Price
[September 1973 - Dixy Lee Ray]
[September 1973 - Elliot Richardson]
September [1973] - Brent Scowcroft
September [1973] - George Shultz [1 of 3]
September [1973] - George Shultz [2 of 3]
September [1973] - George Shultz [3 of 3]
September [1973] - Herbert Stein
September [1973] - Bill Timmons
September [1973] - Rose Mary Woods
September [1973] - Ron Ziegler
Haig Chron - September [1973]
September [1973] - Miscellaneous [1 of 2]
September [1973] - Miscellaneous [2 of 2]
September [1973] - Congressional
October [1973] - Anne Armstrong
October [1973] - Roy Ash [1 of 3]
October [1973] - Roy Ash [2 of 3]
October [1973] - Roy Ash [3 of 3]
October [1973] - Pat Buchanan
October [1973] - Steve Bull
October [1973] - George Bush
October [1973] - Ken Cole (Dom. Coun.)

Box 7

October [1973] - Peter Flanigan
October [1973] - Len Garment [1 of 2]
October [1973] - Len Garment [2 of 2]
October [1973] - Dave Gergen
October [1973] - John Guthrie [1 of 2]
October [1973] - John Guthrie [2 of 2]
October [1973] - Bryce Harlow
October [1973] - Bill Henkel
October [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [1 of 4]
October [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [2 of 4]
October [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [3 of 4]
October [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [4 of 4]
October [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [1 of 4]
October [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [2 of 4]
October [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [3 of 4]
October [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [4 of 4]
[October 1973 - George Joulwan]
October [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [1 of 3]
October [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [2 of 3]
October [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [3 of 3]
October [1973] - Henry Kissinger (State)
October [1973] - Melvin Laird [empty]
October [1973] - Gen. Lawson (Gulley)

Box 8

October [1973] - John Love (Energy)
October [1973] - Dave Parker [1 of 3]
October [1973] - Dave Parker [2 of 3]
October [1973] - Dave Parker [3 of 3]
October [1973] - Ray Price
October [1973] - Elliot Richardson
October [1973] - George Schultz (Treasury)
October [1973] - Herb Stein (CEA) [1 of 2]
October [1973] - Herb Stein (CEA) [2 of 2]
October [1973] - Bill Timmons [1 of 4]
October [1973] - Bill Timmons [2 of 4]
October [1973] - Bill Timmons [3 of 4]
October [1973] - Bill Timmons [4 of 4]
October [1973] - Vice President [Gerald R. Ford]
October [1973] - Rose Mary Woods
October [1973] - Haig Chron
October [1973] - Miscellaneous [1 of 3]
October [1973] - Miscellaneous [2 of 3]
October [1973] - Miscellaneous [3 of 3]
October [1973] - Congressional
November [1973] - Anne Armstrong
November [1973] - Roy Ash [1 of 3]
November [1973] - Roy Ash [2 of 3]
November [1973] - Roy Ash [3 of 3]
November [1973] - Attorney General

Box 9

November [1973] - John Bennett
November [1973] - Pat Buchanan
November [1973] - Steve Bull
November [1973] - George Bush (RNC) [1 of 2]
November [1973] - George Bush (RNC) [2 of 2]
November [1973] - Earl Butz (Agric.)
November [1973] - Ken Cole (Dom. C.)
November [1973] - Peter Flanigan
November [1973] - Len Garment
November [1973] - Dave Gergen
November [1973] - John Guthrie
November [1973] - Bryce Harlow
November [1973] - Bill Henkel
November [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [1 of 3]
November [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [2 of 3]
November [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [3 of 3]
November [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [1 of 2]
November [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [2 of 2]
November [1973] - George Joulwan
November [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [1 of 3]
November [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [2 of 3]
November [1973] - Bruce Kehrli [3 of 3]

Box 10

November [1973] - Henry Kissinger
November [1973] - Mel Laird [empty]
November [1973] - Gen. Lawson (Mil. Aide) [1 of 2]
November [1973] - Gen. Lawson (Mil. Aide) [2 of 2]
November [1973] - John Love (Energy) [1 of 2]
November [1973] - John Love (Energy) [2 of 2]
November [1973] - Dave Parker [1 of 3]
November [1973] - Dave Parker [2 of 3]
November [1973] - Dave Parker [3 of 3]
November [1973] - Ray Price
November [1973] - General Scowcroft
November [1973] - George Schultz
November [1973] - Herb Stein (CEA)
November [1973] - Bill Timmons [1 of 3]
November [1973] - Bill Timmons [2 of 3]
November [1973] - Bill Timmons [3 of 3]
November [1973] - Rose Mary Woods
November [1973] - Ron Ziegler
November [1973] - Haig Chron
November [1973] - Miscellaneous [1 of 3]
November [1973] - Miscellaneous [2 of 3]
November [1973] - Miscellaneous [3 of 3]
November [1973] - Congressional
December [1973] - Anne Armstrong
December [1973] - Roy Ash
December [1973] - Attorney General
December [1973] - John Bennett
December [1973] - Pat Buchanan
December [1973] - Steve Bull

Box 11

December [1973] - George Bush (RNC)
December [1973] - Earl Butz (Agric.) [empty]
December [1973] - Ken Cole (D.C.)
December [1973] - Peter Flanigan
December [1973] - Len Garment
[December 1973 - Dave Gergen] [1 of 5]
[December 1973 - Dave Gergen] [2 of 5]
[December 1973 - Dave Gergen] [3 of 5]
[December 1973 - Dave Gergen] [4 of 5]
[December 1973 - Dave Gergen] [5 of 5]
December [1973] - John Guthrie
December [1973] - Bryce Harlow
December [1973] - Bill Henkel
December [1973] - Dick Howard [empty]
December [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [1 of 3]
December [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [2 of 3]
December [1973] - Jerry Jones [I] [3 of 3]
December [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [1 of 3]
December [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [2 of 3]
December [1973] - Jerry Jones [II] [3 of 3]
December [1973] - Jerry Jones [III] [1 of 3]
December [1973] - Jerry Jones [III] [2 of 3]
December [1973] - Jerry Jones [III] [3 of 3]

Box 12

December [1973] - George Joulwan [1 of 2]
December [1973] - George Joulwan [2 of 2]
[December 1973 - Bruce Kehrli] [1 of 4]
[December 1973 - Bruce Kehrli] [2 of 4]
[December 1973 - Bruce Kehrli] [3 of 4]
[December 1973 - Bruce Kehrli] [4 of 4]
December [1973] - Sec. Kissinger (ST)
December [1973] - Mel Laird [empty]
December [1973] - Gen. Lawson (MA)
December [1973] - James Lynn (HUD) [empty)
December [1973] - Dave Parker
December [1973] - Ray Price
December [1973] - Gen. Scowcroft (NSC)
December [1973] - George Schultz (TR)
December [1973] - William Simon (EN)
December [1973] - Herb Stein (CEA) [empty]
December [1973] - Bill Timmons
December [1973] - Vice President [empty] [Gerald R. Ford]
December [1973] - C. Weinberger (HEW) [empty]
December [1973] - Rose Mary Woods
December [1973] - Ron Ziegler [empty]
December [1973] - Haig Chron
December [1973] - Miscellaneous [1 of 3]
December [1973] - Miscellaneous [2 of 3]
December [1973] - Miscellaneous [3 of 3]
December [1973] - Congressional

Box 13

1975 Budget - Pres. Review - NRES [1 of 2]
1975 Budget - Pres. Review - NRES [2 of 2]
1975 Budget Message
GSA - KB and SC Expenditures [1 of 2]
GSA - KB and SC Expenditures [2 of 2]
1973 - Outside Work Copies - Staffed Letter [1 of 3]
1973 - Outside Work Copies - Staffed Letter [2 of 3]
1973 - Outside Work Copies - Staffed Letter [3 of 3]
Old Joulwan Material [I] [1 of 3]
Old Joulwan Material [I] [2 of 3]
Old Joulwan Material [I] [3 of 3]
Old Joulwan Material [II] [1 of 3]
Old Joulwan Material [II] [2 of 3]
Old Joulwan Material [II] [3 of 3]
Old Joulwan Material [III] [1 of 2]
Old Joulwan Material [III] [2 of 2]
Watergate Material [1 of 2]
Watergate Material [2 of 2]
Radio Speeches

Box 14

President's Handwriting May - Sept. [1973] [1 of 2]
President's Handwriting May - Sept. [1973] [2 of 2]
President's Handwriting 10/73
President's Handwriting Nov. 1973 [1 of 2]
President's Handwriting Nov. 1973 [2 of 2]
January [1974] - Anne Armstrong
January [1974] - Roy Ash
January [1974] - John Bennett
January [1974] - Pat Buchanan
January [1974] - Steve Bull
January [1974] - George Bush (RNC)
January [1974] - Earl Butz (AG) [empty]
January [1974] - Fred Buzhardt
January [1974] - Ken Clawson [1 of 3]
January [1974] - Ken Clawson [2 of 3]
January [1974] - Ken Clawson [3 of 3]
January [1974] - Ken Cole (DC)
January [1974] - Peter Flanigan
January [1974] - Len Garment [empty]
January [1974] - Dave Gergen [I] [1 of 2]
January [1974] - Dave Gergen [I] [2 of 2]
January [1974] - Dave Gergen [II] [1 of 3]
January [1974] - Dave Gergen [II] [2 of 3]
January [1974] - Dave Gergen [II] [3 of 3]

Box 15

January [1974] - John Guthrie
January [1974] - Bryce Harlow
January [1974] - Bill Henkel
January [1974] - Dick Howard
January [1974] - Jerry Jones [I] [1 of 4]
January [1974] - Jerry Jones [I] [2 of 4]
January [1974] - Jerry Jones [I] [3 of 4]
January [1974] - Jerry Jones [I] [4 of 4]
January [1974] - Jerry Jones [II] [1 of 6]
January [1974] - Jerry Jones [II] [2 of 6]
January [1974] - Jerry Jones [II] [3 of 6]
January [1974] - Jerry Jones [II] [4 of 6]
January [1974] - Jerry Jones [II] [5 of 6]
January [1974] - Jerry Jones [II] [6 of 6]
January [1974] - George Joulwan
January [1974] - Bruce Kehrli [I] [1 of 3]
January [1974] - Bruce Kehrli [I] [2 of 3]
January [1974] - Bruce Kehrli [I] [3 of 3]
January [1974] - Bruce Kehrli [II] [1 of 3]
January [1974] - Bruce Kehrli [II] [2 of 3]

Box 16

January [1974] - Bruce Kehrli [II] [3 of 3]
January [1974] - Sec. Kissinger
January [1974] - Gen. Lawson (MA)
January [1974] - Dave Parker [1 of 2]
January [1974] - Dave Parker [2 of 2]
January [1974] - Ray Price [empty]
January [1974] - Gen. Scowcroft (NSC)
[January 1974 - George Shultz]
January [1974] - William Simon (EN) [empty]
January [1974] - Herb Stein (CEA)
January [1974] - Bill Timmons
January [1974] - Vice President [Gerald R. Ford]
January [1974] - Rose Mary Woods [empty]
January [1974] - Ron Ziegler
January [1974] - Haig Chron [1 of 3]
January [1974] - Haig Chron [2 of 3]
January [1974] - Haig Chron [3 of 3]
January [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [1 of 3]
January [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [2 of 3]
January [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [3 of 3]
January [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [1 of 4]
January [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [2 of 4]
January [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [3 of 4]
January [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [4 of 4]
January [1974] - Congressional

Box 17

February [1974] - Armstrong
February [1974] - Ash
February [1974] - Bennett [empty]
February [1974] - Buchanan
February [1974] - Bull
February [1974] - Bush (RNC) [1 of 2]
February [1974] - Bush (RNC) [2 of 2]
February [1974] - Buzhardt
February [1974] - Clawson [I] [1 of 2]
February [1974] - Clawson [I] [2 of 2]
February [1974] - Clawson [II] [1 of 3]
February [1974] - Clawson [II] [2 of 3]
February [1974] - Clawson [II] [3 of 3]
February [1974] - Clawson [III] [1 of 4]
February [1974] - Clawson [III] [2 of 4]
February [1974] - Clawson [III] [3 of 4]
February [1974] - Clawson [III] [4 of 4]
February [1974] - Clawson [IV] [1 of 3]
February [1974] - Clawson [IV] [2 of 3]
February [1974] - Clawson [IV] [3 of 3]

Box 18

February [1974] - Cole
February [1974] - Flanigan [1 of 2]
February [1974] - Flanigan [2 of 2]
February [1974] - Garment
February [1974] - Gergen [I] [1 of 3]
February [1974] - Gergen [I] [2 of 3]
February [1974] - Gergen [I] [3 of 3]
February [1974] - Gergen [II] [1 of 3]
February [1974] - Gergen [II] [2 of 3]
February [1974] - Gergen [II] [3 of 3]
February [1974] - Guthrie
February [1974] - Harlow
February [1974] - Henkel
February [1974] - Howard
February [1974] - Jones [I] [1 of 3]
February [1974] - Jones [I] [2 of 3]
February [1974] - Jones [I] [3 of 3]
February [1974] - Jones [II] [1 of 3]
February [1974] - Jones [II] [2 of 3]
February [1974] - Jones [II] [3 of 3]
February [1974] - Joulwan

Box 19

February [1974] - Kehrli [1 of 3]
February [1974] - Kehrli [2 of 3]
February [1974] - Kehrli [3 of 3]
February [1974] - Kissinger [empty]
February [1974] - Lawson/Gulley
February [1974] - Parker [1 of 2]
February [1974] - Parker [2 of 2]
February [1974] - Price [empty]
February [1974] - Scowcroft
February [1974] - Simon (Energy)
February [1974] - Timmons
February [1974] - Vice President [Gerald R. Ford] [empty]
February [1974] - R.M Woods
February [1974] - Ziegler
February [1974] - Haig Chron [1 of 5]
February [1974] - Haig Chron [2 of 5]
February [1974] - Haig Chron [3 of 5]
February [1974] - Haig Chron [4 of 5]
February [1974] - Haig Chron [5 of 5]
February [1974] - Miscellaneous [1 of 5]
February [1974] - Miscellaneous [2 of 5]
February [1974] - Miscellaneous [3 of 5]
February [1974] - Miscellaneous [4 of 5]
February [1974] - Miscellaneous [5 of 5]

Box 20

February [1974] - Congressional
February [1974] - Cabinet
March [1974] - Armstrong
March [1974] - Ash (OMB)
March [1974] - Bennett [empty]
March [1974] - Buchanan [1 of 2]
March [1974] - Buchanan [2 of 2]
March [1974] - Bull
March [1974] - Dean Burch
March [1974] - Bush [1 of 3]
March [1974] - Bush [2 of 3]
March [1974] - Bush [3 of 3]
March [1974] - Buzhardt [1 of 2]
March [1974] - Buzhardt [2 of 2]
March [1974] - Clawson [I] [1 of 3]
March [1974] - Clawson [I] [2 of 3]
March [1974] - Clawson [I] [3 of 3]
March [1974] - Clawson [II] [1 of 2]
March [1974] - Clawson [II] [2 of 2]

Box 21

March [1974] - Clawson [III] [1 of 2]
March [1974] - Clawson [III] [2 of 2]
March [1974] - Cole
March [1974] - Flanigan
March [1974] - Garment
March [1974] - Gergen [1 of 4]
March [1974] - Gergen [2 of 4]
March [1974] - Gergen [3 of 4]
March [1974] - Gergen [4 of 4]
March [1974] - Guthrie
March [1974] - Harlow
March [1974] - Henkel
March [1974] - Howard [empty]
March [1974] - Jones [I] [1 of 2]
March [1974] - Jones [I] [2 of 2]
March [1974] - Jones [II] [1 of 3]
March [1974] - Jones [II] [2 of 3]
March [1974] - Jones [II] [3 of 3]

Box 22

March [1974] - Jones [III] [1 of 3]
March [1974] - Jones [III] [2 of 3]
March [1974] - Jones [III] [3 of 3]
March [1974] - Joulwan
March [1974] - Kehrli [1 of 3]
March [1974] - Kehrli [2 of 3]
March [1974] - Kehrli [3 of 3]
March [1974] - Kissinger
March [1974] - Lawson
March [1974] - Parker [1 of 3]
March [1974] - Parker [2 of 3]
March [1974] - Parker [3 of 3]
March [1974] - Price
March [1974] - Scowcroft
March [1974] - Simon
March [1974] - Timmons [1 of 3]
March [1974] - Timmons [2 of 3]
March [1974] - Timmons [3 of 3]
March [1974] - Vice President [Gerald R. Ford]
March [1974] - R. M. Woods
March [1974] - Ron Ziegler
March [1974] - [Haig] Chron [1 of 3]
March [1974] - [Haig] Chron [2 of 3]

Box 23

March [1974] - [Haig] Chron [3 of 3]
March [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [1 of 3]
March [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [2 of 3]
March [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [3 of 3]
March [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [1 of 3]
March [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [2 of 3]
March [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [3 of 3]
March [1974] - Congressional
March [1974] - Cabinet
April [1974] - Armstrong
April [1974] - Ash [1 of 3]
April [1974] - Ash [2 of 3]
April [1974] - Ash [3 of 3]
April [1974] - Buchanan
April [1974] - Bull
April [1974] - Dean Burch
April [1974] - Bush (RNC)
April [1974] - Buzhardt [1 of 3]
April [1974] - Buzhardt [2 of 3]
April [1974] - Buzhardt [3 of 3]

Box 24

April [1974] - Clawson [I] [1 of 2]
April [1974] - Clawson [I] [2 of 2]
April [1974] - Clawson [II] [1 of 2]
April [1974] - Clawson [II] [2 of 2]
April [1974] - Clawson [III] [1 of 3]
April [1974] - Clawson [III] [2 of 3]
April [1974] - Clawson [III] [3 of 3]
April [1974] - Clawson [IV] [1 of 3]
April [1974] - Clawson [IV] [2 of 3]
April [1974] - Clawson [IV] [3 of 3]
April [1974] - Cole [1 of 2]
April [1974] - Cole [2 of 2]
April [1974] - Garment
April [1974] - Gergen
April [1974] - Guthrie
April [1974] - Henkel
April [1974] - Jones [I] [1 of 2]
April [1974] - Jones [I] [2 of 2]

Box 25

April [1974] - Jones [II] [1 of 2]
April [1974] - Jones [II] [2 of 2]
April [1974] - Joulwan [1 of 2]
April [1974] - Joulwan [2 of 2]
[April 1974 - Kehrli]
April [1974] - Kissinger (State)
April [1974] - Lawson/Gulley
April [1974] - Parker
April [1974] - Scowcroft
April [1974] - Simon
April [1974] - Timmons [1 of 2]
April [1974] - Timmons [2 of 2]
April [1974] - Vice President
April [1974] - [David J.] Wimer [I] [1 of 2]
April [1974] - [David J.] Wimer [I] [2 of 2]
April [1974] - Wimer [II] [1 of 3]
April [1974] - Wimer [II] [2 of 3]
April [1974] - Wimer [II] [3 of 3]
April [1974] - Wimer [III] [1 of 3]
April [1974] - Wimer [III] [2 of 3]
April [1974] - Wimer [III] [3 of 3]

Box 26

April [1974] - Wimer [IV] [1 of 2]
April [1974] - Wimer [IV] [2 of 2]
April [1974] - Ziegler
April [1974] - Haig Chron [I] [1 of 2]
April [1974] - Haig Chron [I] [2 of 2]
April [1974] - Haig Chron [II] [1 of 2]
April [1974] - Haig Chron [II] [2 of 2]
April [1974] - Miscellaneous [1 of 3]
April [1974] - Miscellaneous [2 of 3]
April [1974] - Miscellaneous [3 of 3]
April [1974] - Congressional
April [1974] - Cabinet
April [1974] - President's Taxes [I] [1 of 2]
April [1974] - President's Taxes [I] [2 of 2]
April [1974] - President's Taxes [II] [1 of 2]
April [1974] - President's Taxes [II] [2 of 2]
Meeting April 22, 1974 - "Tapes to the Hill"

Box 27

May [1974] - Armstrong
May [1974] - Ash [1 of 3]
May [1974] - Ash [2 of 3]
May [1974] - Ash [3 of 3]
May [1974] - Buchanan
May [1974] - Bull [empty]
May [1974] - Burch
May [1974] - Bush
May [1974] - Buzhardt
May [1974] - Clawson [1 of 3]
May [1974] - Clawson [2 of 3]
May [1974] - Clawson [3 of 3]
May [1974] - Cole
May [1974] - Flanigan
May [1974] - Garment
May [1974] - Gergen [1 of 4]
May [1974] - Gergen [2 of 4]
May [1974] - Gergen [3 of 4]
May [1974] - Gergen [4 of 4]
May [1974] - Guthrie [1 of 2]
May [1974] - Guthrie [2 of 2]
May [1974] - Henkel
May [1974] - Howard [empty]
May [1974] - Jones [I] [1 of 2]

Box 28

May [1974] - Jones [I] [2 of 2]
May [1974] - Jones [II] [1 of 2]
May [1974] - Jones [II] [2 of 2]
May [1974] - Jones [III] [1 of 4]
May [1974] - Jones [III] [2 of 4]
May [1974] - Jones [III] [3 of 4]
May [1974] - Jones [III] [4 of 4]
May [1974] - Joulwan [1 of 3]
May [1974] - Joulwan [2 of 3]
May [1974] - Joulwan [3 of 3]
May [1974] - Lawson
May [1974] - Parker
May [1974] - Price
May [1974] - Sawhill
May [1974] - Scowcroft
May [1974] - Timmons [1 of 2]
May [1974] - Timmons [2 of 2]
May [1974] - Vice President [Gerald R. Ford]
May [1974] - Wimer [I] [1 of 3]
May [1974] - Wimer [I] [2 of 3]

Box 29

May [1974] - Wimer [I] [3 of 3]
May [1974] - Wimer [II] [1 of 2]
May [1974] - Wimer [II] [2 of 2]
May [1974] - Wimer [III] [1 of 3]
May [1974] - Wimer [III] [2 of 3]
May [1974] - Wimer [III] [3 of 3]
May [1974] - Wimer [IV] [1 of 2]
May [1974] - Wimer [IV] [2 of 2]
May [1974] - Wimer [V] [1 of 3]
May [1974] - Wimer [V] [2 of 3]
May [1974] - Wimer [V] [3 of 3]
May [1974] - Wimer [VI] [1 of 2]
May [1974] - Wimer [VI] [2 of 2]
May [1974] - Wimer [VII] [1 of 2]
May [1974] - Wimer [VII] [2 of 2]

Box 30

May [1974] - Wimer [VIII] [1 of 2]
May [1974] - Wimer [VIII] [2 of 2]
May [1974] - Ziegler
May [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [1 of 3]
May [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [2 of 3]
May [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [3 of 3]
May [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [1 of 5]
May [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [2 of 5]
May [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [3 of 5]
May [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [4 of 5]
May [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [5 of 5]
May [1974] - [Haig] Chron [I] [1 of 3]
May [1974] - [Haig] Chron [I] [2 of 3]
May [1974] - [Haig] Chron [I] [3 of 3]
May [1974] - [Haig] Chron [II] [1 of 4]
May [1974] - [Haig] Chron [II] [2 of 4]
May [1974] - [Haig] Chron [II] [3 of 4]
May [1974] - [Haig] Chron [II] [4 of 4]

Box 31

May [1974] - Congressional
May [1974] - Cabinet [I] [1 of 3]
May [1974] - Cabinet [I] [2 of 3]
May [1974] - Cabinet [I] [3 of 3]
May [1974] - Cabinet [II] [1 of 2]
May [1974] - Cabinet [II] [2 of 2]
Prepared for General Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Tornado Disaster Media Roundup [I] [1 of 3]
Prepared for General Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Tornado Disaster Media Roundup [I] [2 of 3]
Prepared for General Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Tornado Disaster Media Roundup [I] [3 of 3]
Prepared for General Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Tornado Disaster Media Roundup [II] [1 of 4]
Prepared for General Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Tornado Disaster Media Roundup [II] [2 of 4]
Prepared for General Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Tornado Disaster Media Roundup [II] [3 of 4]
Prepared for General Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Tornado Disaster Media Roundup [II] [4 of 4]
Prepared for General Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Tornado Disaster Media Roundup [III] [1 of 4]
Prepared for General Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Tornado Disaster Media Roundup [III] [2 of 4]
Prepared for General Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Tornado Disaster Media Roundup [III] [3 of 4]
Prepared for General Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Tornado Disaster Media Roundup [III] [4 of 4]
June [1974] – Armstrong

Box 32

June [1974] - Ash [I] [1 of 2]
June [1974] - Ash [I] [2 of 2]
June [1974] - Ash [II] [1 of 3]
June [1974] - Ash [II] [2 of 3]
June [1974] - Ash [II] [3 of 3]
June [1974] - Buchanan
June [1974] - Bull
June [1974] - Burch
June [1974] - Bush
June [1974] - Buzhardt
June [1974] - Clawson [1 of 4]
June [1974] - Clawson [2 of 4]
June [1974] - Clawson [3 of 4]
June [1974] - Clawson [4 of 4]
June [1974] - Cole
June [1974] - Flanigan
June [1974] - Garment
June [1974] - Gergen
June [1974] - Guthrie [1 of 2]
June [1974] - Guthrie [2 of 2]
June [1974] - Henkel
June [1974] - Howard [empty]

Box 33

June [1974] - Jones [I] [1 of 2]
June [1974] - Jones [I] [2 of 2]
June [1974] - Jones [II] [1 of 7]
June [1974] - Jones [II] [2 of 7]
June [1974] - Jones [II] [3 of 7]
June [1974] - Jones [II] [4 of 7]
June [1974] - Jones [II] [5 of 7]
June [1974] - Jones [II] [6 of 7]
June [1974] - Jones [II] [7 of 7]
June [1974] - Joulwan
June [1974] - Lawson
June [1974] - Parker
June [1974] - Price [empty]
June [1974] - Rush
June [1974] - Sawhill
June [1974] - Scowcroft [empty]
June [1974] - Timmons [1 of 4]
June [1974] - Timmons [2 of 4]
June [1974] - Timmons [3 of 4]
June [1974] - Timmons [4 of 4]
June [1974] - Vice President [Gerald R. Ford] [empty]

Box 34

June [1974] - Wimer [I] [1 of 3]
June [1974] - Wimer [I] [2 of 3]
June [1974] - Wimer [I] [3 of 3]
June [1974] - Wimer [II] [1 of 4]
June [1974] - Wimer [II] [2 of 4]
June [1974] - Wimer [II] [3 of 4]
June [1974] - Wimer [II] [4 of 4]
June [1974] - Wimer [III] [1 of 3]
June [1974] - Wimer [III] [2 of 3]
June [1974] - Wimer [III] [3 of 3]
June [1974] - Wimer [IV] [1 of 3]
June [1974] - Wimer [IV] [2 of 3]
June [1974] - Wimer [IV] [3 of 3]
June [1974] - Wimer [V] [1 of 4]
June [1974] - Wimer [V] [2 of 4]
June [1974] - Wimer [V] [3 of 4]
June [1974] - Wimer [V] [4 of 4]
June [1974] - Rose Mary Woods [empty]
June [1974] - Ziegler
June [1974] - [Haig] Chron [1 of 4]
June [1974] - [Haig] Chron [2 of 4]

Box 35

June [1974] - [Haig] Chron [3 of 4]
June [1974] - [Haig] Chron [4 of 4]
June [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [1 of 3]
June [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [2 of 3]
June [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [3 of 3]
June [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [1 of 4]
June [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [2 of 4]
June [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [3 of 4]
June [1974] - Miscellaneous [II] [4 of 4]
June [1974] - Congressional
June [1974] - Cabinet
June [1974] - Comment Memoranda on Haig M. [Memos]
June [1974] - Outbox Action - JHJ [Jerry H. Jones] [1 of 2]
June [1974] - Outbox Action - JHJ [Jerry H. Jones] [2 of 2]
GAJ [George A. Joulwan] - Wires Rec'd on Mideast Trip
Trip to Moscow [I] [1 of 3]
Trip to Moscow [I] [2 of 3]
Trip to Moscow [I] [3 of 3]
Trip to Moscow [II] [1 of 2]
Trip to Moscow [II] [2 of 2]

Box 36

Trip to Moscow [3 of 3] [1 of 3]
Trip to Moscow [3 of 3] [2 of 3]
Trip to Moscow [3 of 3] [3 of 3]
July [1974] - Armstrong
July [1974] - Ash
July [1974] - Buchanan
July [1974] - Bull
July [1974] - Burch
July [1974] - Bush (RNC)
July [1974] - Buzhardt
July [1974] - Clawson [I] [1 of 2]
July [1974] - Clawson [I] [2 of 2]
July [1974] - Clawson [II]
July [1974] - Cole (DC)
July [1974] - Eberle (CIEP) [empty]
July [1974] - Garment
July [1974] - Gergen
July [1974] - Guthrie
July [1974] - Henkel
July [1974] - Jones

Box 37

July [1974] - Joulwan
July [1974] - Lawson (Gulley)
July [1974] - Parker [1 of 2]
July [1974] - Parker [2 of 2]
July [1974] - Price
July [1974] - Rush
July [1974] - Sawhill [empty]
July [1974] - Scowcroft
July [1974] - Timmons
July [1974] - Vice President [Gerald R. Ford]
July [1974] - Wimer [I] [1 of 4]
July [1974] - Wimer [I] [2 of 4]
July [1974] - Wimer [I] [3 of 4]
July [1974] - Wimer [I] [4 of 4]
July [1974] - Wimer [II] [1 of 4]
July [1974] - Wimer [II] [2 of 4]
July [1974] - Wimer [II] [3 of 4]
July [1974] - Wimer [II] [4 of 4]
July [1974] - Wimer [III] [1 of 3]
July [1974] - Wimer [III] [2 of 3]
July [1974] - Wimer [III] [3 of 3]
July [1974] - Wimer [IV] [1 of 3]

Box 38

July [1974] - Wimer [IV] [2 of 3]
July [1974] - Wimer [IV] [3 of 3]
July [1974] - R.M. Woods [empty]
July [1974] - Ziegler [1 of 2]
July [1974] - Ziegler [2 of 2]
July [1974] - [Haig] Chron [I] [1 of 3]
July [1974] - [Haig] Chron [I] [2 of 3]
July [1974] - [Haig] Chron [I] [3 of 3]
July [1974] - [Haig] Chron [II] [1 of 2]
July [1974] - [Haig] Chron [II] [2 of 2]
July [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [1 of 2]
July [1974] - Miscellaneous [I] [2 of 2]
July [1974] - Miscellaneous [II]
July [1974] - Congressional
July [1974] - Cabinet
July [1974] - Incoming Memo Comment
July [1974] - Outbox Action - JHJ [Jerry H. Jones]
August [1974] - Clawson
August 74 - Cole
August 74 - Gergen

Box 39

August 74 - Guthrie
August 74 - Jones
August 74 - Joulwan
August 74 - Lawson
August 74 - Parker
August 74 - Timmons
August 74 - Wimer
August [1974] - [Haig] Chron
August 74 - Miscellaneous
August [1974] - Congressional
August [1974] - Cabinet
Haig [1974] - General Miscellaneous
[Publication: Federal Data Banks and Constitutional Rights] [Volumes 1-2]

OFFICE FILES, 1973-74

Box 40

Aircraft Schedule 7/12/73 [9/4/73 - 12/21/73] [1 of 3]
Aircraft Schedule 7/12/73 [9/4/73 - 12/21/73] [2 of 3]
Aircraft Schedule 7/12/73 [9/4/73 - 12/21/73] [3 of 3]
Haig Memoranda - 1973 [1 of 2]
Haig Memoranda - 1973 [2 of 2]
Memoranda for the Record July - Dec. 1973
Talking Points: Administration Officials 7-12/73
Talking Points: Cabinet Telecon & Meetings July-December '73
Talking Points: Press: July - December '73
Talking Points: Staff Telecon & Meetings 7-12/73
Discussions with the President, August - December 1973
President/Haig, August - December 1973 [1 of 3]
President/Haig, August - December 1973 [2 of 3]
President/Haig, August - December 1973 [3 of 3]
Haig Senior Staff Meeting, August - December 1973 [1 of 2]
Haig Senior Staff Meeting, August - December 1973 [2 of 2]
Meetings with Haig Personal Staff, August-December 1973
FYI Reminders, August - December 1973
Back Channel Traffic, July - Dec. 1973 [1 of 2]

Box 41

Back Channel Traffic, July - Dec. 1973 [2 of 2]
Hartley/McKee/Haig 12/'73
Vice President Designee Gerald Ford
State of the Union [Message] - [January 30] 1974 [1 of 3]
State of the Union [Message] - [January 30] 1974 [2 of 3]
State of the Union [Message] - [January 30] 1974 [3 of 3]
President's Lincoln Memorial Day Speech [February 12, 1974] [1 of 2]
President's Lincoln Memorial Day Speech [February 12, 1974] [2 of 2]
President's Press Conference on February 25, 1974 [I] [1 of 2]
President's Press Conference on February 25, 1974 [I] [2 of 2]
President's Press Conference on February 25, 1974 [II]
March 6 [1974] Press Conference
Executive Club Comment [March 15, 1974]
Houston Breakfast Comment [March 22, 1974]
April 29, 1974 Statement [I] [1 of 3]
April 29, 1974 Statement [I] [2 of 3]

Box 42

April 29, 1974 Statement [I] [3 of 3]
April 29, 1974 Statement [II]
April 29, 1974 Statement [III]
May 1974 - Haig "Issues and Answers" [1 of 2]
May 1974 - Haig "Issues and Answers" [2 of 2]
[H. of R. Hearings:  Transcripts of Eight Presidential Conversations]
[Legal Brief - Watergate I]
[Legal Brief - Watergate II] [1 of 2]
[Legal Brief - Watergate II] [2 of 2]
[News Clippings, July 28, 1974 - Impeachment]
Speakers' House Judiciary Reports [1 of 3]
Speakers' House Judiciary Reports [2 of 3]
Speakers' House Judiciary Reports [3 of 3]

Box 43

[Digest of Congressional Comment on Impeachment] [1 of 4]
[Digest of Congressional Comment on Impeachment] [2 of 4]
[Digest of Congressional Comment on Impeachment] [3 of 4]
[Digest of Congressional Comment on Impeachment] [4 of 4]
[Press Comments by House Judiciary Committee Members - 1974] [1 of 2]
[Press Comments by House Judiciary Committee Members - 1974] [2 of 2]
Invitations to Speak [I] [1 of 4]
Invitations to Speak [I] [2 of 4]
Invitations to Speak [I] [3 of 4]
Invitations to Speak [I] [4 of 4]
Invitations to Speak [II] [1 of 3]
Invitations to Speak [II] [2 of 3]
Invitations to Speak [II] [3 of 3]
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents [January - February 11, 1974] [1 of 3]
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents [January - February 11, 1974] [2 of 3]
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents [January - February 11, 1974] [3 of 3]

Box 44

Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents [February 18 - March 1974] [1 of 2]
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents [February 18 - March 1974] [2 of 2]
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents [April - May 13, 1974] [1 of 2]
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents [April - May 13, 1974] [2 of 2]
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents [July 15 - September 23, 1974] [1 of 3]
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents [July 15 - September 23, 1974] [2 of 3]
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents [July 15 - September 23, 1974] [3 of 3]
[Legal Brief - United States vs. Richard M. Nixon]
[Summary - An Analysis of the Constitutional Standard for Impeachment] [1 of 2]
[Summary - An Analysis of the Constitutional Standard for Impeachment] [2 of 2]

SPEECH FILES, 1969-73

Box 45

General Speech Material [I] [1 of 3]
General Speech Material [I] [2 of 3]
General Speech Material [I] [3 of 3]
General Speech Material [II] [1 of 3]
General Speech Material [II] [2 of 3]
General Speech Material [II] [3 of 3]
General Speech Material [III] [1 of 2]
General Speech Material [III] [2 of 2]
General Speech Material [IV] [1 of 2]
General Speech Material [IV] [2 of 2]
General Speech Material [V] [1 of 3]
General Speech Material [V] [2 of 3]
General Speech Material [V] [3 of 3]
Speech Material for Conservatives [1 of 2]
Speech Material for Conservatives [2 of 2]
Haig Speech - Role of the National Security Council
Haig Speech - Surrogate Group

Box 46

Haig Surrogate Speech [I] [1 of 3]
Haig Surrogate Speech [I] [2 of 3]
Haig Surrogate Speech [I] [3 of 3]
Haig Surrogate Speech [II] [1 of 2]
Haig Surrogate Speech [II] [2 of 2]
Haig Surrogate Speech [III] [1 of 2]
Haig Surrogate Speech [III] [2 of 2]
Haig Speech File (Vol. I) December '68 - April 30, 1969 [I] [1 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. I) December '68 - April 30, 1969 [I] [2 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. I) December '68 - April 30, 1969 [I] [3 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. I) December '68 - April 30, 1969 [II] [1 of 2]
Haig Speech File (Vol. I) December '68 - April 30, 1969 [II] [2 of 2]
Haig Speech File (Vol. II) May 29 - Oct. 12, 1970 [I] [1 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. II) May 29 - Oct. 12, 1970 [I] [2 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. II) May 29 - Oct. 12, 1970 [I] [3 of 3]

Box 47

Haig Speech File (Vol. II) May 29 - Oct. 12, 1970 [II] [1 of 2]
Haig Speech File (Vol. II) May 29 - Oct. 12, 1970 [II] [2 of 2]
Haig Speech File (Vol. II) May 29 - Oct. 12, 1970 [III] [1 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. II) May 29 - Oct. 12, 1970 [III] [2 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. II) May 29 - Oct. 12, 1970 [III] [3 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. III) Oct. 20 - Dec. 31, 1970 [I] [1 of 2]
Haig Speech File (Vol. III) Oct. 20 - Dec. 31, 1970 [I] [2 of 2]
Haig Speech File (Vol. III) Oct. 20 - Dec. 31, 1970 [II]
Haig Speech File (Vol. IV) January - April 1970 [I] [1 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. IV) January - April 1970 [I] [2 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. IV) January - April 1970 [I] [3 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. IV) January - April 1970 [II] [1 of 2]
Haig Speech File (Vol. IV) January - April 1970 [II] [2 of 2]
Haig Speech File (Vol. IV) January - April 1970 [III] [1 of 4]
Haig Speech File (Vol. IV) January - April 1970 [III] [2 of 4]
Haig Speech File (Vol. IV) January - April 1970 [III] [3 of 4]
Haig Speech File (Vol. IV) January - April 1970 [III] [4 of 4]
Haig Speech File (Vol. V) May - Oct. '71 [I] [1 of 4]

Box 48

Haig Speech File (Vol. V) May - Oct. '71 [I] [2 of 4]
Haig Speech File (Vol. V) May - Oct. '71 [I] [3 of 4]
Haig Speech File (Vol. V) May - Oct. '71 [I] [4 of 4]
Haig Speech File (Vol. V) May - Oct. '71 [II] [1 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. V) May - Oct. '71 [II] [2 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. V) May - Oct. '71 [II] [3 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. V) May - Oct. '71 [III] [1 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. V) May - Oct. '71 [III] [2 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. V) May - Oct. '71 [III] [3 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol. 6) Oct. '71 - Feb. '72 [I] [1 of 5]
Haig Speech File (Vol. 6) Oct. '71 - Feb. '72 [I] [2 of 5]
Haig Speech File (Vol. 6) Oct. '71 - Feb. '72 [I] [3 of 5]
Haig Speech File (Vol. 6) Oct. '71 - Feb. '72 [I] [4 of 5]
Haig Speech File (Vol. 6) Oct. '71 - Feb. '72 [I] [5 of 5]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 6) Oct. '71 - Feb. '72 [II] [1 of 4]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 6) Oct. '71 - Feb. '72 [II] [2 of 4]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 6) Oct. '71 - Feb. '72 [II] [3 of 4]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 6) Oct. '71 - Feb. '72 [II] [4 of 4]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 7) March '72 - June '72 [I] [1 of 4]

Box 49

Haig Speech Files (Vol. 7) March '72 - June '72 [I] [2 of 4]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 7) March '72 - June '72 [I] [3 of 4]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 7) March '72 - June '72 [I] [4 of 4]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 7) March '72 - June '72 [II] [1 of 3]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 7) March '72 - June '72 [II] [2 of 3]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 7) March '72 - June '72 [II] [3 of 3]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 7) March '72 - June '72 [III] [1 of 3]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 7) March '72 - June '72 [III] [2 of 3]
Haig Speech Files (Vol. 7) March '72 - June '72 [III] [3 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol 8) July 1972 - Dec. 1972 [I] [1 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol 8) July 1972 - Dec. 1972 [I] [2 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol 8) July 1972 - Dec. 1972 [I] [3 of 3]
Haig Speech File (Vol 8) July 1972 - Dec. 1972 [II] [1 of 2]
Haig Speech File (Vol 8) July 1972 - Dec. 1972 [II] [2 of 2]
Haig Speech File (Vol. 9) 1973 [1 of 2]
Haig Speech File (Vol. 9) 1973 [2 of 2]
China Speech Materials [1 of 2]
China Speech Materials [1 of 2]

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