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December 2, 2008 Materials Release

Document Collections

Presidential Daily Diary

Haldeman Diaries

National Security Memoranda

WHSF Returned Materials

Exit Interviews

Public Papers of the President

Pentagon Papers

President Nixon's Grand Jury Testimony

 

NOTE: Since the December 2, 2008 opening, all of these documents have been consolidated and are available for research at the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, California. The locations given below indicate where the documents were at the time of the opening.

Background

On December 2, 2008, the Nixon Library opened additional materials from the Nixon Presidential Historical Materials.

The documents are from file segments for the Committee for the Re-Election of the President Collection; White House Special Files, Staff Member & Office Files; White House Central Files, Staff Member & Office Files; and the National Security Council File series, including the Henry A. Kissinger Office Files and the National Security Council Institutional Files.

  • A selection of these documents are available online as Adobe Acrobat PDFpdf files.

  • Please visit the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, California, or College Park, Maryland (as indicated for each collection below), to research all of the documents.

Selected Documents

Committee for the Re-Election of the President Collection:
Jeb Stuart Magruder Papers (Yorba Linda, CA)

January 7, 1972 Memo from Magruder to Haldeman
March 14, 1972 Memo from Magruder to Mitchell
August 17, 1972 Memo from Magruder to Abrahams, et al.
September 19, 1972 Memo from Sedam to MacGregor

White House Central Files: Staff Member & Office Files:
Bryce Harlow (Yorba Linda, CA)

November 21, 1968 Memo from Ehrlichman to Ziegler, et al.
November 21, 1968 Memo from Harlow to Nixon
November 21, 1968 Memo from Timmons to Chapin
November 22, 1968 Memo from Harlow to Flanigan
November 23, 1968 Memo from Harlow to Flanigan
November 24, 1968 Memo from Harlow to Nixon
November 24, 1968 Memo from Harlow to Nixon
December 8, 1968 Memo from Harlow to Nixon
December 17, 1968 Memo from Timmons to Finch
January 4, 1969 Memo from Whitaker to Harlow, Ehrlichman, and Dent

Mandatory Review Documents (College Park, MD)

National Security Council Files

September 10, 1969 Memo from Kissinger to Nixon
October 8, 1969 Memo from Laird to Nixon
May 26, 1970 Memo from Kissinger to Nixon

White House Special Files: Staff Member & Office Files
David R. Young

August 10, 1971 Memo from Liddy for the File

White House Special Files: Staff Member & Office Files
Patrick Buchanan, Charles Colson, John Dean, H. R. Haldeman
(College Park, MD)

Patrick Buchanan

July 23, 1972 Memo from Buchanan to Colson

Charles Colson

March 2, 1971 Memo from Colson to Dean
July 9, 1971 Memo from Colson to Haldeman
September 27, 1971 Memo from Colson to Malek
January 7, 1972 Memo from Colson to Shultz
August 28, 1972 Memo from Clawson to Colson
December 19, 1972 Memo from Colson to Casey

John Dean

December 20, 1971 Letter from Hoover to Dean
February 2, 1972 Memo from Caulfield to Dean

H. R. Haldeman

August 27, 1969 Memo from Harlow to Haldeman
January 8, 1970 Memo from Butterfield to Magruder
January 16, 1970 Memo from Butterfield to Nixon
February 11, 1970 Memo from Moynihan to Nixon
April 1, 1970 Memo from Mollenhoff to Haldeman
April 3, 1970 Memo from Buchanan to Haldeman
April 10, 1970 Memo from Harlow to Haldeman
June 16, 1970 Memo from Buchanan to Haldeman
December 18, 1970 Memo from Haldeman to Flanigan
June 23, 1971 Handwritten Notes by Haldeman
May 15, 1972 Handwritten Notes by Haldeman

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