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Zion, Roger H.

Conversation 576-006

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On September 18, 1971, Stephen B. Bull, John N. Mitchell, Henry A. Kissinger, President Richard M. Nixon, Roger H. Zion, Charles E. Wiggins, Howard Russell, Ronald L. Ziegler, and John D. Ehrlichman met in the Oval Office of the White House from 10:40 am to 2:05 pm. The Oval Office taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 576-006 of the White House Tapes.

Conversation 122-003

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On April 18, 1973, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew and bipartisan Congressional leaders, including George P. Shultz, William E. Simon, Michael J. ("Mike") Mansfield, Hugh Scott, Robert C. Byrd, Henry M. ("Scoop") Jackson, Paul J. Fannin, Warren G. ("Maggie") Magnuson, Norris Cotton, John O. Pastore, George D. Aiken, James L. Buckley, Ted Stevens, Carl B. Albert, Thomas P. ("Tip") O'Neill, Jr., Gerald R. Ford, John J. McFall, Leslie C. Arends, Harley O. Staggers, Samuel L. Devine, Melvin Price, Craig Hosmer, Chet Holifield, Roger H. Zion, Marvin L. Esch, John P. Saylor, John D.

Conversation 050-008

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On March 19, 1971, during the Signing of the National Week of Concern for Prisoners of War/Missing in Action, President Richard M. Nixon and members of the military and the Executive Committe for the National League of American Families of Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia, including Joan Vinson, Carol North, Kathy Plowman, Patsy Crayton, Iris Powers, Mary Jane McManus, Eldora Ford, Alfred F. Moe, Mrs. Alfred F. Moe, Lt. Russ Buckley, Marianne Nelson, Stanley R. Resor, Gen. Bruce Palmer, Maj. L. Jones, Adm. Thomas H. Moorer, Lt. Col. Walter B. Ratliffe, John H. Chafee, Adm. Elmo R.

Conversation 009-080

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On September 18, 1971, President Richard M. Nixon and Roger H. Zion talked on the telephone from 10:51 am to 10:54 am. The White House Telephone taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 009-080 of the White House Tapes.