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The Presidential historical materials of Rose Mary Woods 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 personal and private materials (including materials outside the date span covered by the act) as well as nonhistorical items. These materials have been returned to the individual who has primary proprietary interest.

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 or NA Form 14021) 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 A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.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:   17.75
  • Approximate number of pages:   35,500

Biographical Note

December 26, 1917 Born, Sebring, Ohio

1935-1943 Secretary, Royal China, Inc., Sebring, Ohio

1945-1943 Secretary, Office of Censorship, Washington, D.C.

1945-1947 Secretary, International Trade Administration

1947 Secretary, Christian A. Herter's Committee on Foreign Aid, U.S. House of Representatives

1947-1951 Secretary, Foreign Service Educational Foundation

1951-1953 Secretary to Senator Richard M. Nixon

1953-1961 Secretary to Vice President Nixon

1961-1963 Secretary, law firm of Adams, Dugue & Hazeltine, Los Angeles, California

1963-1968 Secretary, law firm of Nixon, Mudge, Rose, Guthrie, Alexander & Mitchell, New York City

1969-1974 Personal secretary and executive assistant to President Richard M. Nixon

Scope and Content Note

The materials of Rose Mary Woods, President Nixon's personal secretary and executive assistant, date from 1969 through August 1974. Immediately prior to President Nixon's resignation on August 9, 1974, Woods' working files, along with those of the President, were transferred to La Casa Pacifica (the Western White House) in San Clemente, California. Before her remaining files could be transferred to California, they were impounded in a court fight over the former President's papers and tapes. Unable to gain access to and custody of personal items, she filed suit on August 7, 1975, as a plaintiff/intervener in the two Nixon cases. In accordance with orders of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, issued on April 22 and July 14, 1976, approximately 22 cubic feet of personal and nonhistorical materials were returned to her in April, and approximately 8 cubic feet in July.

The Rose Mary Woods materials consist of five series: Correspondence, Legal Correspondence and Printed Materials, Trip Files, News Clippings and Printed Materials, and Photographs.

The Correspondence file consists primarily of perfunctory letters to and from admirers of Rose Mary Woods. The contents of these letters are for the most part adulatory and contain little substance. Many merely accompany newspaper articles which feature Woods. One segment of the series had been retired to the White House Central Files unit for general storage.

The remainder of the file group consists primarily of Miss Woods' notes, which include her observations on the legal and internal White House Watergate problems pertaining to the 18 1/2 minute tape gap, transcripts of telephone conversations, legal briefs, reports, and annotated newsclippings. Much of the material in the Legal Correspondence and Printed Material Series consists of shorthand notes, which are closed pending review. Most of the materials in the News Clippings and Printed Material Series are photocopies of newspaper or magazine articles, many of which contain annotations made by people who mailed items to Woods or by White House staff members. Many of the newspaper articles are incomplete. For the unannotated magazines and newspapers, only the covers of mastheads were copied.

The Trip Files consist primarily of background papers and information provided to staff members who accompanied the President on his official trips in 1969 and 1972. This information ranges from protocol procedures and clothing recommendations to floor plans, room assignments, and facilities available on the trip. Other items in these files include maps and tourist information on local customs and traditions, economies, and political structures of the countries visited.

Photographs, tapes, and film have been transferred to the Audiovisual Collection (PA 78-6-264). Each audiovisual item has been replaced with a withdrawal sheet and, in the case of the photographs, an accompanying electrostatic copy.

Series Description

Boxes:   1-14
Series:   Correspondence | Folder Title List
Spans:   1968-1974
Description:   Congratulatory messages and supportive letters containing news clippings, personal photographs, small mementos, together with carbon copies of replies, 1968-1974; supportive letters concerning the 18 1/2 minute tape gap with news clippings and carbon copies, 1973-1974; correspondence relating to President Nixon's resignation, 1974; newspaper clippings and printed materials; correspondence to and from Woods relating to gifts, autograph requests, expressions of sympathy, requests for donations and patronage, recommendations, and introductions, 1969-1974.

There are three principal file segments in this series, each arranged alphabetically by surname of correspondent. The first two segments cover the years 1973-1974 and 1974, respectively. The third segment, which had been retired to the White House Central Files, covers the period 1969-1974.

Boxes:   15-26
Series:   Legal Correspondence and Printed Materials | Folder Title List
Spans:   1973-1974
Description:   Notes, many in shorthand script, from telephone conversations with her lawyers and others, court transcripts, reports, legal briefs, subpoenas, Senate Watergate Committee transcripts, lists of campaign contributors, news clippings dealing with the 18 1/2 minute tape gap, the Hughes and Vesco campaign contributions, and major campaign contributors. Arranged by subject and thereunder alphabetically or chronologically.

Boxes:   27-28
Series:   Trip Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1972
Description:   Trip schedules, background information, maps, tourist information, and official mementos from Presidential trips to Bangkok, Thailand, New Delhi, India, Pakistan, Austria, the Soviet Union, China, and Belgium. Arranged chronologically.

Boxes:   29-42
Series:   News Clippings and Printed Materials | Folder Title List
Spans:   1970-1974
Description:   Newspaper clippings, magazines, magazine articles, White House News Summaries, pamphlets, and letters, expressing support or disapproval of President Nixon. Arranged chronologically.

Boxes:   43
Series:   Photographs | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969-1974
Description:   Black and white and color prints, mostly official White House photographs of Rose Mary Woods, Marje Acker, and the First Family. Some are candid portraits and a few are of official events, such as the State of the Union Address and the Inauguration. Unarranged.

Folder Title List

Series I: Correspondence, 1968-1974

Box 1

[Miscellaneous Congratulatory Letters to RMW, Nov.-Dec. 1968] [WITHDRAWN AND RETURNED]
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] A
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] B
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] C
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] D
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] E
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] F
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] G
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] H
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] I
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] J
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] K
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] L
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] M
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] N
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] O
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] P
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] R
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] S
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] T
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] U
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] W
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] V
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] Y
[Congratulatory Letters to RMW, 1968-69] Z

Box 2

Correspondence, Memos, Telephone Messages [Oct. 1968-Mar. 1969] [Photographs]
[Photograph and Letter, 1973]
RMW on Today Show, 12/9/70--"Today" Letters Answered [1 of 2]
RMW on Today Show, 12/9/70--"Today" Letters, Answered [2 of 2]
[RMW Correspondence, 1969-74]
[RMW Correspondence, 1971-74]
[RMW Correspondence, 1973-74]
[Correspondence, 1973-74] A
[Correspondence, 1973-74] B [1 of 2]
[Correspondence, 1973-74] B [2 of 2]

Box 3

[Correspondence, 1973-74] C [1 of 2]
[Correspondence, 1973-74] C [2 of 2]
[Correspondence, 1973-74] D
[Correspondence, 1973-74] E
[Correspondence, 1973-74] F
[Correspondence, 1973-74] G
[Correspondence, 1973-74] H
[Correspondence, 1973-74] I
[Correspondence, 1973-74] J
[Correspondence, 1973-74] K
[Correspondence, 1973-74] L

Box 4

[Correspondence, 1973-74] M
[Correspondence, 1973-74] Mc
[Correspondence, 1973-74] N
[Correspondence, 1973-74] O
[Correspondence, 1973-74] P
[Correspondence, 1973-74] Q
[Correspondence, 1973-74] R
[Correspondence, 1973-74] S
[Correspondence, 1973-74] T
[Correspondence, 1973-74] U
[Correspondence, 1973-74] V

Box 5

[Correspondence, 1973-74] W
[Correspondence, 1973-74] X-Y-Z
Pending--Picture, Memento, Etc.-Requests, Volunteers [1974]
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] A
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] B
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] C
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] D
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] E
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] F
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] G
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] H
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] I
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] J
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] K
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] L
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] M
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] N
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] O
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] P
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] Q [EMPTY]
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] R
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] S
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] T
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] U
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] V
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] W
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] X [EMPTY]
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] Y
[RMW Correspondence, 1974] Z [EMPTY]

Box 6

Scrap Book [WITHDRAWN AND RETURNED]
Newspaper Clippings
RMW Mail [1973-74]
Reading File [Re: Mrs. Nixon's Image]
RMW--Requests for Interviews [1973-74]
RMW Special [Support Letters, 1973-74]
Row, Chin Hwan [1974]
RMW FYI--Artic1es [1974]

Box 7

RMW FYIs [1974]
RMW FYI [1974]
RMW FYIs--Artic1es [1974]
RMW Personal
M. Acker Personal
Reading File
RMW Personal
Check List--Important Things to be Done

Box 8

[White House Fellows Yearbook, 1968-69 and Letter, 1971]
Woods, Rose Mary [Jan. 1972-Jan. 1973]
Woods, Rose Mary [Correspondence, July-Dec. 1973 and Form Letters, 1969-71]
[Correspondence Accompanying Scroll Sent by Virginia Richmond] [1973-74]
[Olympic Commemorative Medal, Booklets, and Letter, 1969] [WITHDRAWN AND RETURNED]

Box 9

[Women's National Republican Club--Fiftieth Anniversary Program, 1971]
[Human Resources Yearbook Acknowledgement Letter, 1974]
[National Coin Week Mementos, 1971]
[Gems of Wisdom and Acknowledgement Letter, 1972] [WITHDRAWN AND RETURNED]
[Commerce Today, November 13, 1972]
[Rose Mary Woods, Filed in Central Files as Personal Oversized]
[Books, Pamphlets, Clippings, Etc., 1969-72]
Woods, Rose M.
Woods, Rose M./A
Woods, Rose M./Articles
Woods, Rose M./Autographs--Photographs--Sent/A-Z [1 of2]
Woods, Rose M./Autographs--Photographs--Sent/A-Z [2 of2]
Woods, Rose M./Awards
Woods, Rose M./B
Woods, Rose M./Biographical Data
Woods, Rose M./Books--Booklets--Magazines/1969
Woods, Rose M./Books--Booklets--Magazines/1-1-70--6-30-70
Woods, Rose M./Books--Booklets--Magazines/7-1-70--[12-3-70]
Woods, Rose M./Books--Booklets--Magazines/1-1-71--

Box 10

Woods, Rose M./C
Woods, Rose M./Cartoons
Woods, Rose M./Contributions
Woods, Rose M./D
Woods, Rose M./E
Woods, Rose M./F
Woods, Rose M./G
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/A
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/B
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/C
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/D
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/E
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/F
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/G
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/H
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/I [Empty]
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/J
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/K
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/L
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/M
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/N
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/O
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/P
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/Q [Empty]
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/R
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/S
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/T
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/U
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/V
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/W
Woods, Rose M./Gifts/X,Y,Z

Box 11

Woods, Rose M./H
Woods, Rose M./Holiday Greetings--Received
Woods, Rose M./I
Woods, Rose M./Invitation/1969 [State]
Woods, Rose M./Invitation/1969 [Foreign]
Woods, Rose M./Inv./1970
Woods, Rose M./J
Woods, Rose M./K
Woods, Rose M./L
Woods, Rose M./M

Box 12

Woods, Rose M./Membership--Patron
Woods, Rose M./Messages Received/A-E
Woods, Rose M./Messages Received/F-K
Woods, Rose M./Messages Received/L-R
Woods, Rose M./Messages Received/S-Z
Woods, Rose M./Messages Sent/A-E
Woods, Rose M./Messages Sent/F-K
Woods, Rose M./Messages Sent/L-R
Woods, Rose M./Messages Sent S-Z

Box 13

Woods, Rose M./N
Woods, Rose M./Newspapers and Clippings/1969
Woods, Rose M./Newspapers and Clippings/1970
Woods, Rose M./Newspapers and Clippings/1-1-71--
Woods, Rose M./O
Woods, Rose M./P
Woods, Rose M./Q
Woods, Rose M./R

Box 14

Woods, Rose M. /Recommendations--Introductions
Woods, Rose M./S
Woods, Rose M./Speeches
Woods, Rose M./T
Woods, Rose M./Telephone [Empty]
Woods, Rose M./Trips [Empty]
Woods, Rose M./U
Woods, Rose M./V
Woods, Rose M./W
Woods, Rose M./X, Y, Z

Series II: Legal Correspondence and Printed Materials, 1973-1974

Box 15

RMW Misc. Legal
RMW Legal - Watergate "Personal" [1 of 2]
RMW Legal - Watergate "Personal" [2 of 2]
[Misc. Office File]

Box 16

A-B [Buzhardt and Butterfield]
C-D [Common Cause, Dektor & Dobrovir]
E [Ervin Committee]
F, G, H [Ford, F.B.I., Garment, Gap, Grand Juries, Haig]
I, O [RMW, Rhyne, R. Nixon, Nader vs. Butz]
P, Q [Panel]
S, T [St. Clair, Sirica, Subpoena, Tape Gap, Typing Samples]
U, V [Vesco Case]
W,X,Y,Z [RMW, Woodward & Bernstein] Legal Clippings
Ervin Committee Interview, C. Rhyne's office Feb. 20, 1974 [1 of 3]

Box 17

Ervin Committee Interview, C. Rhyne's office Feb. 20, 1974 [2 of 3]
Ervin Committee Interview, C. Rhyne's office Feb. 20, 1974 [3 of 3]
RMW Misc. Legal
Merv Griffin Show
GRAND JURY - RMW - Feb. 1, 1974
RHYNE, Charles
Open Court Proceedings, Dec. 5, 1973 General Haig
Special Selected Pages (from Rhyne Firm)

Box 18

RMW Testimony - Nov. 8, 1973
RMW Testimony - Dec. 5, 1973
Open Court Proceedings - December 6, 1973 - Haig
RMW Testimony [notes on] - Grand Jury -- February 1, 1974
Tapes - Gap Problems of others
Alan Bellon Panorama January 22, 1974 [including tape]
Steve Bull
Butterfield, Alex (re where he kept tapes)
BUZHARDT Testimony (questions)
CAHILL
CAULFIELD, Jack [Empty]
Common Cause - Subpoena to RMW
COURT EXHIBITS

Box 19

Ervin Committee
Experts for Charlie Rhyne
Experts (so-called) COURT
FBI
FBI Interviews-Forms requested by St. Clair's office
GARMENT, Len
HAUSER
Hughes Contribution-Ervin Committee Inquiry
JAWORSKI, Leon
LOGS
Alice McPhillips FBI Interview
MEDIA - Ltrs to networks, etc.
MITCHELL
POWERS' Testimony (Questions)
President's Daily Logs June 12-20, 1972/September 29, 1972
REBOZO, C.G.
RECEIPTS FOR TAPES
RILAND, Kenneth
ST. CLAIR, James
SIRICA, Judge
SUBPOENAS

Box 20

TAPES (Turned into [sic] Sirica) [according to counsel's office] [1 of 1]
TAPES (Turned into [sic] Sirica) [according to counsel's office] [2 of 2]
TAPES - Access (TSD handling of)
Technical Experts
Tests of Uher/Sony RMW used by WH lawyers and others
Typewriter and Tensor Lamp Delivered to Court
Weekly Abstract of President's Logs - Sample of Revised Ones
June 20, 1972 meeting
June 20, 1972
PANEL (Tape Gap)
Alice Nelsen - FBI Interview
Marje Acker - FBI Interview
November 21, 1973 (In Camera Session)

Box 21

Sealed Proceedings November 26, 1973
Sealed Proceedings November 28, 1973
Sealed Proceedings November 29, 1973
Sealed Proceedings December 4, 1973
Sealed Proceedings December 5, 1973
Sealed Proceedings December 13, 1973 - Experts
Sealed Proceedings January 18, 1974
Sealed Proceedings January 18, 1974 - Experts
Sealed Proceedings Thursday, January 31, 1974

Box 22

Ervin Committee - Haldeman - Haldeman Opening Statement
RMW Deposition 2/6/74
Legal - Miscellaneous
[Opposition to Receipt of Proferred Report of Unqualified Advisory Tapes Panel] [1 of 2]
[Opposition to Receipt of Proferred Report of Unqualified Tapes Panel] [2 of 2]
"The EOB tape of June 20, 1972: Report on technical investigation conducted for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia by the Advisory Panel on White House tapes"

Box 23

"Appendices to Opposition to Receipt of Proffered Report of Unqualified Advisory Tapes Panel" submitted by Charles S. Rhyne to U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia [seven copies]

Box 24

"Submission of Recorded Presidential Conversations to the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives by President Richard Nixon," April 30, 1974
"Brief on behalf of the President of the United States, Richard Nixon, to the Committee of the Judiciary Ninety-third Congress, United States House of Representatives," July 19, 1974

Box 25

Open Court Proceedings, Dec. 5, '73 General Bennett
Open Court Proceedings Alexander Butterfield
Open Court Proceedings November 8, 1973 - Woods/Wong/ Haldeman
Open Court Proceedings November 29, 1973 - Buzhardt and Sealed Proceedings November 29, 1973
Open Court Proceedings
Open Court Proceedings December 4, 1973 - Higby, Bennett, Powers
STANS, Maurice
Sealed Proceedings - January 24, 1974
RMW - Legal Miscellaneous re: 6/20/72 Tape
Bench Conference December 6, 1973
Sirica Memorandum - 1/18/74 re: turning over to Grand Jury

Box 26

Submission of recorded Presidential Conversations to the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives by President Richard Nixon, April 30, 1974
Hearing before Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, March 22, 1974
[Report on Tapes] [Part I and II, Law Briefs and Fact Summaries]
[Report on Tapes] [Part III, Index]

Series III: Trip Files, 1969-1972

Box 27

[Trip to Thailand - July 1969] [Menus, Informational Booklets]
[Trip to Thailand - July 1969] [Room Arrangements, Other Informational Material]
[Trip to Thailand - July 1969] [Thailand Tourist Information]
[Trip to Thailand - July 1969] [Trip Schedule]
[Trip to New Delhi - July 1969] [Trip Schedule]
[Trip to Belgium - February, 1969] [Schedules, Printed Material]

Box 28

[Trip to Pakistan - August, 1969] [Trip Schedule]
Trip to Soviet Union May, 1972, Moscow and USSR MAP FOLIO
RMW [Trips to Russia and Austria - May, 1972] [memos, notes]
Confidential Booklet on China
CHINA TRIP - February 1972 RMW File [1 of 2]
CHINA TRIP - February 1972 RMW File [2 of 2]
CHINA TRIP - February, 1972]

Series IV: News Clippings and Printed Materials, 1970-1974

Box 29

[1972 Republican National Convention--Telephone Directory, Official Program, The Re-elector #6]
Committee for the Re-election of the President, Republican National Convention, August 21-23, 1972, Miami, Florida, [Information Book]
[Republican National Convention/Miami Beach, August 1972] [Book]
[Miscellaneous Printed Materials, 1969-73]

Box 30

RMW 18-1/2 min. gap [bad] [1 of 2] [Nov. 1973]
RMW 18-1/2 min. gap [bad] [2 of 2] [Dec. 1973-June 1974]
18 1/2 min. tape gap [bad] [1 of 3] [Nov. 1973]
18 1/2 min. tape gap [bad] [2 of 3] [Dec. 1973]
18 1/2 min. tape gap [bad] [3 of 3] [Jan.-Feb. 1974]
RMW TAPE GAP [Good] [Nov. 1973-Jan. 1974]
RMW Tape Gaps in General and Missing Tapes [Aug. 1973-June 1974]

Box 31

RMW Tapes - General [Nov. 1973]
RMW TAPE GAP [Bad] [Nov. 1973-June 1974]
RMW 18 1/2 min. gap [good] [Nov. 1973-May 1974]
RMW/MEDIA - Possible Suits
RMW HOLD CLIPPINGS [1 of 3]
RMW HOLD CLIPPINGS [2 of 3]
RMW HOLD CLIPPINGS [3 of 3]
RMW TAPE GAP [Bad] [Previously Preserved Articles]
RMW 18-1/2 min. gap [good] [Previously Preserved Articles]

Box 32

[News Clippings, Notes, and Excerpts from letters Press Releases] [June-Aug. 1973]
WATERGATE ARTICLES, STATEMENTS, ETC. [1 of 4] [May-July 1973]
WATERGATE ARTICLES, STATEMENTS, ETC. [2 of 4] [July-Aug. 1973]
WATERGATE ARTICLES, STATEMENTS. ETC. [3 of 4] [Aug.-Oct.1973]
WATERGATE ARTICLES, STATEMENTS. ETC. [4 of 4] [Nov. 1973-Mar. 1974]

Box 33

RMW Regarding Hughes/Rebozo contribution
RMW other [Lists, Vesco, Milk, etc.]
RMW General
REBOZO Hughes contrib. not mentioning RMW
REBOZO other than Hughes contribution
Clippings [1 of 4] [Feb.-Oct.1973]
Clippings [2 of 4] [Nov.-Dec. 1973]
Clippings [3 of 4] [Dec. 1973-Jan. 1974]
Clippings [4 of 4] [Jan.-Apr. 1974]
Publicity - RMW

Box 34

[News Clippings Articles and Printed Materials - June, 1970-Dec. 1972]
[News Clippings Articles and Printed Materials - May-Dec. 1973]
[News Clippings, Articles and Printed Materials - Jan.-May, 1974]
[News Clippings, Articles and Printed Materials - May, 1974]
[News Clippings, Articles and Printed Materials - June, 1974]
[News Clippings, Articles and Printed Materials - July-Aug., 1974]
[News Clippings, Articles and Printed Materials - Undated Clippings, 1972-74]

Box 35

[News Clippings, Magazines, Press Releases, 1973-1]
[News Clippings, Magazines, Press Releases, 1973-11] [1 of 3]
[News Clippings, Magazines, Press Releases, 1973-11] [2 of 3]
[News Clippings, Magazines, Press Releases, 1973-11] [3 of 3]

Box 36

RMW General [1 of 2] [Dec., 1972-Nov., 1973]
RMW General [2 of 2] [Dec., 1973-May, 1974]
Clippings [1 of 3] [Oct., 1973-Apr. 1974]
Clippings [2 of 3] [May, 1974]
Clippings [3 of 3] [May, 1974]

Box 37

[News Articles and Press Releases]
[Articles by John H. Tucker, Jr. Related to Watergate]
[White House Statement - The President and Subordinates, Feb. 8, 1974]
[White House Statement - The Watergate Double Standard Apr. 22, 19741
[White House Press Releases - Remarks of Patrick J. Buchanan, Apr. 20, 19741
[News Clippings]

Box 38

Clippings [and News Summaries] [1 of 31 [Feb.-Mar., 1974]
Clippings [and News Summaries] [2 of 3] [Apr.-May, 1974]
Clippings [and News Summaries] [3 of 3] [1974]
[News clippings and News Summaries] [Oct.1973-Jan. 1974]
[News clippings and News Summaries] [Feb. -Mar. 1974]
Watergate Clippings [None on RMW] [Apr.-Dec., 1973]
RN Good articles [Empty]
RN Bad articles [Empty]

Box 39

Clippings [1 of 4] [Nov., 1973-Jan., 1974]
Clippings [2 of 4] [Feb., 1974]
Clippings [3 of 4] [Feb., 19741
Clippings [4 of 4] [Mar., 1974]

Box 40

[News Clippings, Articles, and Printed Materials [1 of 5] [Feb., 1973-Jan., 1974]
[News Clippings, Articles, and Printed Materials [2 of 5] [Jan., 1974]
[News Clippings, Articles, and Printed Materials [3 of 5] [Feb. 1-5, 1974]
[News Clippings, Articles, and Printed Materials [4 of 5] [Feb. 5-11, 1974]
[News Clippings, Articles, and Printed Materials [5 of 5] [1974]

Box 41

[News Clippings, News Summaries and Articles [1 of 4] [June, 1973-Mar., 1974]
[News Clippings, News Summaries and Articles [2 of 4] [Apr. 5-13, 1974]
[News Clippings, News Summaries and Articles [3 of 3] [Apr. 16-22, 1974]
[News Clippings, News Summaries and Articles [4 of 4] [Apr. 22-May 2, 1974 and undated]

Box 42

News Summaries [Nov. 8-Dec. 11, 1973]
[News Clippings, News Summaries and Articles [1 of 4] [Oct.-Dec., 1973]
[News Clippings, News Summaries and Articles [2 of 4] [Jan.-July 16, 1974]
[News Clippings, News Summaries and Articles [3 of 4] [July 17-27, 1974
[News Clippings, News Summaries and Articles [4 of 4] [July 28-Aug. 5, 1974]

Series V: Photographs, 1969-1974

Box 43

[Photographs of RMW, 1969]
[Post Card [color] from Sion, Switzerland and calling card]
[King Timahoe]
[B/W Photographs of White House Staff Meeting, July 2, 1969]
[RN and Spiro Agnew]
[State of the Union Address, 1/20/72, and Reference to cc to Brockhurst, 1/3/72]
[Photographs of RMW at White House]
Ten Photographs of Richard Nixon, Pat Nixon and the White House
[Photographs of RMW at White House]
[RMW and RN Working in Oval Office (two different shots)]
[Magazine Clipping, n.d.] [RMW and RN]
Marje Acker [B/W and Color Photos of RMW, color slides, and Christmas Cards]
[Photographs of RN, RMW "Vicki" at the White House, August 7, 1974]
[Photographs of RMW and Marge Acker in White House Office, August 8, 1974]
[Framed and Oversized Photographs]

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