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The Nixon Library has created the following Finding Aids to assist researchers in their work.

AOGP Subject Logs

Staff archivists have prepared Abuse of Governmental Power (AOGP) Conversation Subject Logs as aids for researchers. For each tape segment, the subject log includes:

  • the date
  • time and location
  • names of participants
  • outline of the content of the conversation designed to mirror the flow of conversation

Researchers can use these subject logs to locate relevant segments and to follow the content of each AOGP conversation.

  • The logs are arranged by the month in which the individual conversations took place and are in Adobe Acrobat PDF PDF format.

Declassified AOGP Subject Logs

General AOGP Subject Logs

1971 1972 1973

AOGP Conversation List

This Conversation List provides a list of each AOGP conversation and includes the:

  • date
  • location
  • participants (by individual, or described by group)
  • tape and conversation number

Researchers can:

  1. Download an electronic copy of the list in Microsoft Excel format

  2. View the AOGP Finding Aid in the Research Room at the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, California or the Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Research Room in Room 4000 at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland

  3. Request a printed copy

Adobe Acrobat PDFAbbreviations List

A list of abbreviations used for personal names in the above Conversation List.

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