Eye of the Storm Documentary Film CollectionEye of the Storm Documentary Film Collection

Eye of the Storm Documentary Film Collection

Descriptive Summary

Title: Eye of the Storm Documentary Film Collection
Creator: American International Television
Dates: 1968-1998
Extent: 21.0 boxes (19.5 linear feet), 10 oversize photographs
Collection Number: RBRL/070/ETS
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: In 1995, Jack Barnette and his son Mark Barnette engaged John Ehrlichman, White House Counsel on Domestic Affairs to President Richard Nixon, to collaborate with them on a film project to tell the inside story of those working in the White House during the Watergate scandal that ultimately brought down the Nixon presidency. The project culminated in long and short versions of the video documentary In the Eye of the Storm, hosted by author Tom Clancy, the video production An Evening with Ehrlichman at London University, and video footage of Bob Woodward’s interview of Ehrlichman. This collection consists of production files, interview transcripts, Ehrlichman’s files related to the film, depositions from John and Maureen Dean v. St. Martin’s Press, and stills and footage contracts.

Collection Description

Historical Note

In 1995, Jack and Mark Barnette engaged John Ehrlichman, White House Counsel on Domestic Affairs to President Richard Nixon, to collaborate with them on a film project to tell the inside story of those working in the White House during the Watergate scandal that ultimately brought down the Nixon presidency. The goal of the project was to produce a broadcast-quality television documentary that would air on the 25th anniversary of the scandal. The Barnettes formed Three Bees Production, LLC and American International Television, LLC based in Marietta, Georgia. Over the next two years, the project team conducted video interviews with the principal characters in the cover-up, and developed the script. The project’s work culminated in long and short versions of the video documentary In the Eye of the Storm, hosted by author Tom Clancy, as well as the video production An Evening with Ehrlichman at London University, and video footage of Bob Woodward’s interview with Ehrlichman. The production group was unsuccessful in marketing the documentary for broadcast, and only a small number of home videos were distributed.

Scope and Content

The majority of the collection consists of transcripts of the interviews conducted for In the Eye of the Storm (1997), An Evening with John Ehrlichman (1997), Bob Woodward’s interview with John Ehrlichman (1996), depositions from the court case John and Maureen Dean v. St. Martin’s Press, and interviews conducted by Len Colodny for his book Silent Coup (1991). Interviews conducted for the production of In the Eye of the Storm include: John Ehrlichman, Jack Caulfield, Charles Colson, Leonard Garment, Alexander Haig, Joan Haldeman, Larry Higby, Joan Hoff, James Hougan, Egil Krough, Paul Leeper, G. Gordon Liddy, Thomas Moorer, Roger Morris, James Schlesinger, Daniel Schorr, Herman Talmadge, and Dick Tuck. The transcripts of these interviews may be found in Series I: Production Files and the video recordings are in Series V: Audiovisual Materials, found here. Other production files such as drafts, notes, research, interviewee release forms, correspondence, to do lists, and marketing and distribution plans for In the Eye of the Storm can also be found in Series I. The depositions from John and Maureen Dean v. St. Martin’s Press document the case brought against St. Martin’s Press and Len Colodny for his book Silent Coup. The book argued that Dean was heavily involved in the Watergate break-in and cover up and that his wife was affiliated with members of a prostitution ring. The Dean’s sued the publishing company, the authors, and two of the interviewees quoted in the book for libel. The depositions and exhibits from the case provide an in-depth look at the Watergate affair from published and unpublished sources. The transcripts of the depositions can be found in Series III: Research Files and the video recordings are in Series V: Audiovisual Materials, found here. The collection also contains files kept by John Ehrlichman during the production of In the Eye of the Storm, referred to as “E Files”. The types of records in this series include composite files for key figures involved with the Watergate scandal, deposition notes regarding John and Maureen Dean v. St. Martin’s Press, and production notes and drafts. These files are a mixture of correspondence, photocopies of original documents at the National Archives and Nixon Library, and Ehrlichman’s own handwritten notes.

Organization and Arrangement

This collection is organized into five series: I. Production Files; II. Ehrlichman’s Files; III. Research Files; IV. Stills and Footage Contracts; and V. Audiovisual Materials (AV is listed in a separate finding aid, found here).


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Preferred Citation

Eye of the Storm Documentary Film Collection, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

User Restrictions

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

Copyright Information

Before material from collections at the Richard B. Russell Library may be quoted in print, or otherwise reproduced, in whole or in part, in any publication, permission must be obtained from (1) the owner of the physical property, and (2) the holder of the copyright. It is the particular responsibility of the researcher to obtain both sets of permissions. Persons wishing to quote from materials in the Russell Library collection should consult the Director. Reproduction of any item must contain a complete citation to the original.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2012.


Related Materials

Access Points

Colodny, Len
Dean, John W. (John Wesley), 1938-
Documentary films.
Fuqua, John Brooks (J.B.), 1918-2006
Haig, Alexander Meigs, 1924-
Haldeman, H. R. (Harry R.), 1926-1993.
Interviews.
Journalism--United States.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhouse), 1913-1994.
Photographs.
Presidents--United States--History--20th century.
United States--Politics and government--1969-1974.
Watergate Affair, 1972-1974.
Woodward, Bob 1943-

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Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein: Watergate Papers, Harry Ransom Center

Gerald R. Ford, Vice Presidential Papers, Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library

John Dean papers on the Watergate Affair, Robert E. and Jean R. Mahn Center for Archives and Special Collections, Ohio University

Nixon Era Center, Mountain State University

Sam J. Ervin Papers

Howard H. Baker, Jr. Papers,


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

I. Production Files

Extent: 5.0 boxes
Extent: (5.0 linear feet)
Scope and Content: The majority of this series consists of transcripts, notes, drafts, and releases for the interviews conducted for In the Eye of the Storm. Interviewees include: John Ehrlichman, Jack Caulfield, Charles Colson, Leonard Garment, Alexander Haig, Joan Haldeman, Larry Higby, Joan Hoff, James Hougan, Egil Krough, Paul Leeper, G. Gordon Liddy, Thomas Moorer, Roger Morris, James Schlesinger, Daniel Schorr, Herman Talmadge, and Dick Tuck. Transcripts also exist for the Bob Woodward interview with John Ehrlichman (1996) and James Hougan’s interview with Ehrlichman at London College (1997). The video recordings of all the interviews can be found here, in the Audiovisual Materials finding aid. Also included are production notes, to do lists, budget information, marketing and distribution plans, correspondence, and photographs. There are three folders related to The Road to the White House, a separate production by Jack Barnette, documenting the 1996 Republican primary and convention.
BoxFolder
I.11Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 (folder 1 of 2), 1997 July 23-24
I.12Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 (folder 2 of 2), 1997 July 23-24
I.13Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 (folder 1 of 2) (copy 2), 1997 July 23-24
I.14Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 (folder 2 of 2) (copy 2), 1997 July 23-24
I.15Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - interview edits and notes, 1997
I.16Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 [with edits] (folder 1 of 3), 1997 July 23-24
I.17Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 [with edits] (folder 2 of 3), 1997 July 23-24
I.18Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 [with edits] (folder 3 of 3), 1997 July 23-24
I.19Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 [with edits from Len Colodny and excerpts from Senator Bennett interview] (folder 1 of 3), 1997
I.110Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 [with edits from Len Colodny and excerpts from Senator Bennett interview] (folder 2 of 3), 1997
I.111Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 [with edits from Len Colodny and excerpts from Senator Bennett interview] (folder 3 of 3), 1997
I.112Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 (folder 1 of 2) (copy 3), 1997 July 23-24
I.113Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 (folder 2 of 2) (copy 3), 1997 July 23-24
I.114Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 (folder 1 of 3) (copy 4), 1997 July 23-24
I.115Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 (folder 2 of 3) (copy 4), 1997 July 23-24
I.116Tom Clancy and John Ehrlichman - Eye of the Storm Line cut #1 (folder 3 of 3) (copy 4), 1997 July 23-24
I.117American Bar Association Forum on Communications Law Annual Conference - Watergate: 25 Years After transcript (copy 1), 1997 February 6-8
I.118American Bar Association Forum on Communications Law Annual Conference - Watergate: 25 Years After transcript (copy 2), 1997 February 6-8
I.119Jack Caulfield, White House investigator, interview #1 transcript (2 copies), 1997
I.120Jack Caulfield, White House investigator, interview #2 transcript (2 copies), 1997 April
I.121Charles Colson, special counsel to the President, interview transcript, 1997 March
I.122Thomas Barnett interview of John Ehrlichman for demo, interview transcript, 1996 July
I.123Thomas Barnett interview of John Ehrlichman for demo, interview transcript, 1996 July
BoxFolder
I.21Bob Woodward’s interview of John Ehlichman, interview transcript (2 copies), 1996 December
I.22John Ehrlichman anecdotes, transcript (2 copies), 1997 April
I.23James Hougan’s interview of John Ehlichman at London College, interview transcript (2 copies), 1997 June
I.24Leonard Garment, Nixon’s law partner, interview transcript (2 copies), 1997 February
I.25Alexander Haig, White House Chief of Staff 1973-1974, interview transcript, 1997 May
I.26Joan Haldeman, wife of Bob Haldeman, interview transcript (2 copies), 1997 February
I.27Larry Higby, Bob Haldeman’s assistant, interview transcript (2 copies), 1997
I.28Larry Higby, Bob Haldeman’s assistant, interview transcript [with notes], 1997
I.29Joan Hoff, President of the Center for the Study of the President, interview transcript (2 copies), 1997 January
I.210James Hougan, author of Secret Agenda, interview transcript [including notes] (3 copies), 1997
I.211Egil “bud” Krogh, Jr., deputy to John Ehrlichman White House Plumber, interview transcript (2 copies), 1997 February
I.212Egil “bud” Krogh, Jr., deputy to John Ehrlichman White House Plumber, interview transcript [with notes], 1997 February
I.213Paul Leeper, police office, interview transcript (2 copies), 1997 January
I.214Paul Leeper, police office, interview transcript [with notes], 1997 January
I.215G. Gordon Liddy, White House plumber and Counsel to Re-election Committee, interview transcript, 1997 January
I.216G. Gordon Liddy, White House plumber and Counsel to Re-election Committee, interview transcript [with notes], 1997 January
I.217Thomas Moorer, Chiarman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, interview transcript, 1997 January
I.218Thomas Moorer, Chiarman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, interview transcript [with notes], 1997 January
I.219Roger Morris interview transcript, 1997 April
I.220Roger Morris interview transcript [with notes], 1997 April
I.221Roger Morris interview transcript [with notes], 1997 April
I.222James Schlesinger, Nixon cabinet member and Director of the CIA, interview transcript (2 copies), 1997 May
I.223Daniel Schorr, reporter, interview transcript (2 copies), 1997 May
I.224Herman Talmadge, Watergate Senate Committee, interview transcript, 1997 June
I.225Dick Tuck interview transcript (3 copies), 1997
I.226Eye of the Storm proposal, 1996
I.227Eye of the Storm project outline, 1996
I.228Eye of the Storm synopsis and outline, 1996
I.229Eye of the Storm outline and treatments, 1996-1997
I.230Table of Allegations as recounted in the narrative, 1997
I.231Eye of the Storm first draft (outline), 1996
I.232Eye of the Storm first draft, 1997
I.233Eye of the Storm second draft, 1st hour, 1997
I.234Eye of the Storm second draft, 1st hour (3 copies), 1997
I.235Narrative draft, 1997
I.236Various drafts, 1997
I.237Drafts, segments A-D, 1997
BoxFolder
I.31Eye of the Storm drafts, show one and two [various versions], 1997
I.32Quote list [list of quotes from interviews], 1997
I.33Quote list [list of quotes from interviews], 1997
I.34John Ehrlichman quotes, 1997
I.35Watergate narrative [drafts of Clancy’s narrative], 1997
I.36To Do Lists, 1996-1997
I.37Chyron and credit line information, 1997
I.38Biographies for interviewees, 1997
I.39Interview requests, 1997
I.310Anticipated interview outline, 1997
I.311Interview releases, 1997
I.312Digitize list, 1997
I.313CPN list of tapes and motion control photographs, 1997
I.314Budget, 1997
I.315American International Television directory, 1997
I.316Photocopies of Ehrlichman’s notes from the National Archives, undated
I.317Calendar of events [reconstructed White House calendar of June 1972-May 1973], undated
I.318Colodny faxes to Mark Barnette and John Ehrlichman, 1997-1998
I.319Letter regarding Colodny’s collection going to University of South Florida, 1997
I.320Highlights from Colodny’s interview with John Rudy, 1996
I.321Len Colodny faxes to Mark Barnette [includes Colodny’s interview with Len Garment (1985)], 1996-1997
I.322Colodny, Len [letter regarding the contract with Colodny and charts outlining Watergate from Colodny’s book], 1997
I.323Gannon, Frank - letter regarding interview, 1996
I.324Correspondence - Jack Caulfield, 1997
I.325Clippings, 1997
I.326Avalon Marketing Group, 1997
I.327Marketing material - mockup, 1997
I.328Packaging proofs, 1997-1998
I.329Marketing and distribution, 1998
I.330Press release, 1998
I.331Eye of the Storm brochure, 1997
I.332New York Festivals finalist award certificate, 1998
I.333Letter regarding Stanley Kutler, undated
I.334Letter from Ehrlichman to American Spectator, 1998
I.335Letters and faxes about interviews and production, 1997
I.336Photographs of the set and production staff, 1997
I.337Color film, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, 1997
I.338Negatives of production crew and orchestra, 1997
I.339Road to the White House - Republican Party nomination documentary, Anjac Productions (folder 1 of 3), 1996
I.340Road to the White House - Republican Party nomination documentary, Anjac Productions (folder 2 of 3), 1996
I.341Road to the White House - Republican Party nomination documentary, Anjac Productions (folder 3 of 3), 1996
BoxFolder
I.41In the Eye of the Storm conductor score, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, 1997
I.42Packaging proofs, 1998
BoxFolder
I.51VHS box mockup, 1998
 

II. Ehrlichman’s Files

Extent: 6.0 boxes
Extent: (5.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series contains files kept by John Ehrlichman during the production of In the Eye of the Storm and are referred to as “E Files”. The types of records in this series include composite files for key figures involved with the Watergate scandal. Also included are deposition notes regarding John and Maureen Dean v. St. Martin’s Press and production notes and drafts. Files are arranged alphabetically by subject’s name or topic. Ehrlichman used abbreviations to refer to specific individuals, such as, the Greek letter PI (π), which refers to Richard Nixon. This series includes memoranda between Len Coldony, John Ehrlicman, and Mark Barnette during the research of the documentary.
BoxFolder
II.11“E” File Index [A-I], circa 1996
II.12“E” File Index [J-Z], circa 1996
BoxFolder
II.21Aitkin, Jonathan, 1994
II.22Bailley: Commitment to St. E’s, 1969
II.23Bailley, Philip re: hearing, 1972, 1980
II.24Jack Barnette American College, 1995-1996
II.25Baldwin, Alfred: Washington Times 9.13.96, 1996
II.26Baldwin, Alfred – Composite File, 1972
II.27Baldwin, Alfred re. his sealed notes, 1973
II.28Becker: re. Baldwin depo[sition] – illegal listening devices, 1996
II.29Benton Becker, 1996
II.210Birely Deposition and Exhibits, 1996
II.211[Subject Matter Core Category #4 and 1], 1996
II.212Colodny Composite, 1989, 1993
II.213Colodny (Fax to E) WH Secur[i]ty Logs, 1997
II.214Dean Manila Trip (WG Comm. Testimony), 1989
II.215Dean, John re. Gray, 1996
II.216Dean, John DOJ [Department of Justice] memo, 1997
II.2173/25 Dean Response to Colodny Motion, 1997
II.218Dean 3/97 letters, 1997
II.219Dean, John “WH drug program”, 1997
II.220Dean, John re. “juicy intelligence”, 1997
II.221Dean, John: Leaves Law Firm, 1997
II.222Dean – Spec. Pros. Interview IRS Enemies, 1996
II.223Dean, John: Senate Testimony – Subject Index, 1996
II.224Dean to Krogh: “Lie”, 1996
II.225Dean Dep[osition], undated
II.226Butterfield: Interview w/ Colodney re. his request (letter) to Haldelman for work, 1987
II.227Chronologies – W/G Tapes, undated, 1977
II.228Caulfield: re. Sandwedge, 1988
II.229Caulfield Themes, undated
II.230Caulfield, Jack: Taped Interview, 1988
II.231Caulfield: Preliminary Interview, 1996 October
II.232Caulfield: Nov. ’71 Mtg. w/ Mitchell and Dean re. Sandwedge, 1971 November
II.233Calendar July ‘96, 1996 July
II.234Calendars 1996, 1996 April, 1996 August
II.235Caddy, Doug, 1994
II.236Caddy, Douglas – Bibliographic Cities, 1997
II.237Caddy, Douglas, 1997
II.238Cold War docu.[mentary], 1996
II.239Columbus, GA – Rotary Club – Sept. 25, 1996 – Noon, 1996 June 13
II.240Cole, Kenneth, 1974 January 16
II.241Coffey, Justin M.A. Student (letter), 1996 June 18
II.242Conspiracy concept in law [Playboy article by Dick Tuck], undated
II.243Chotiner, Murray Composite, 1993, 1994
II.244CPN Tape Log as of 2-21-97, 1997 February 21
II.245CBS News: “60 Minutes” June 29, ’73 (Mr. E), 1973 June 29
II.246Clark, William P., undated
II.247Crowley, Monica, 1992 April 2
II.248Files in Computer Dean v. St. Martins, undated
II.249Colson, Charles (Chuck) 3/97, 1997 March-April
II.250Colson Composite, 1971, 1994
II.251Colson: Guilty Plea, 1996
II.252Colson, Chuck 1/97 Letter re. his participation in the “Eye” project, 1997 January 21
II.253Colson: Enemies List, 1996
II.254Colson: Hunt Out of Country, 1996
II.255Daniels-Burke and Assoc., undated
II.256Duffey (PR firm), 1996
II.257DeLouche, Deke: Dean’s Phone Log, 1971-1972
II.2581970 Domestic Council members, 1996 September 10
II.259Domestic Policy [WH Domestic], undated
II.260Dean, John Bio, 1970 July 8
II.261[“Old habits die hard for John Dean and Co.”], 1993 March 10
II.262Dean, John “Dean Run Intelligence”, 1971, 1972, 1990
II.263Dean Manila trip, undated
II.264Dean, John: Disavows Blind Ambition, 1996 February
II.265Dean, John ’73 Chronology, 1997
II.266Phone Log Compilation, 1971
II.267Dean, John Dates: DOJ/WH, undated
II.268Dean, John – Chrono, 1997
II.269Dean, John – Fielding Memo, 1970
II.270Dean Wrongdoing Spec. Pros. List, 1996
II.271Dean – Colodny Interviews, 1989
II.272Dean – “questionable actions” Spec. Pros. Memo, 1996
II.273John Dean, 1977-1978
II.274Dean, John (re. State Dept. cables), 1997
II.275Dean, Maureen Composite, 1978, 1996
II.276Dean v. St Martin’s 8/93, 1993 August 19
II.277Dean v. St. Martin’s (96 Protective Order), 1996-1997
II.278Depo List: Dean v. St. Martin’s, 1996
II.279Dean v. St. Martin’s, Dean v. Colodny, 1995
II.280Deposition Dean v. St. Martin’s, 1995
II.281[Dean Exhibits], 1972, 1995
II.282Dean v. Colodny, 1995
II.283Dean v. St. Martin’s – March ’97 – April ‘97, 1997
II.284Dean v. St. M[artin] Composite, 1991, 1996-1997
II.285Dean v. St. Martin District Court filing, [circa 1996]
II.286Dean v. St. Martin’s Statement of Facts, [circa 1996]
II.287Dean v. St. Martin’s [“Insight” magazine Watergate article], 1997
II.288Dean v. St. Martin’s – Exhibits List, [circa 1996]
II.289Dean A Composite File, 1993-1994, 1997
II.290Dean B Composite File, 1989, 1994
II.291Dean, John Composite File C, 1972-1973
II.292Dean, John Composite File D, 1997
II.293Dean v. St. Martin’s (Audiotape Subpoena), 1992
II.294Dean v. St Martin’s Tampa Tribune Article, 1997
BoxFolder
II.31E Notes, 1996
II.32E Notes 88+ pg. WG recap, undated
II.33E Notes: Dean’s hiring at WG, undated
II.34E Notes Roger Morris video, undated
II.35E Notes: Caulfield, undated
II.36[E Notes: Clancy, Talmadge], undated
II.37E Notes: WG; Dean; Chronology, etc., undated
II.38Orig[inal] E Notes 4/73 Colson and Kleindienst, 1973 April
II.39E’s Civil Dep[osition] (folder 1 of 2), 1972-1996
II.310E’s Civil Dep[osition] (folder 2 of 2), 1972-1996
II.311Ehrlichman Daily Calendar, 1972
II.312Ellsberg, Daniel (’97), 1997
II.313Ellsberg, Daniel, 1971, 1973
II.314Ellsberg, Daniel, 1996-1997
II.315E Notes: JCS [Joint Chiefs of Staff] Episode, undated
II.316E Letters to RN After E Resignation – Ever Sent?, undated
II.317Orig. E Notes (Copies) RN at Camp David 4.29.73 Firing, 1973 April 29
II.318Orig. E Notes W+S mtg. w/ Rn, Z Message [Wilson and Strickler meeting with Richard Nixon, Zieglar Message], 1973 April 24
II.319Ehrlichman Resignation 4.30.73, 1973 April 30
II.320Eye of the Storm Synopsis, undated
II.321Project 2/97 Storyline, 1997 February
II.322John Dean Inconsistencies, 1975-1976
II.323Enemies, 1971-1972
II.324Enemies (Dean’s) List, 1997
II.325Eisenhower [David and Julie], 1996
II.326Eisenhower, M/M Letters, 1997 February-March
II.327Eisenhower (Feb. 97 Correspond[ence]), 1997 February
II.328Eisenhower, Julie and David, 1996
II.329Falk, John fax, 1997
II.330FBI - Break-ins 503K, 1973-1976
II.331(The) Freedom Forum, 1997
II.332Friedheim, Jerry, 1990
II.333U.S. v. Mitchell (Ehrlichman) Correspondence, 1974-1975
II.334Garment, Leonard, 1997
II.335Glanzer, Seymour (Letter to) 3/97, 1997 March
II.336Gray, Patrick, undated
II.337George Magazine, 1996 October
II.338Interview w/ S. [Sheila] Hixon, 1989, 1996
II.339Haig, Alexander Composite, 1988, 1997
II.340Hermes – Hunt’s Safe Shredded, 1973
II.341Hughes, Howard – Composite, 1971, 1988
II.342Huston, Tom – Composite, 1970
II.343Huston Docs., 1970
II.344Ehrlichman – Composite File, 1970, circa 1995
II.345Ehrlichman, John ‘The Impeachment… RN’ (96), 1996
II.346Ehrlichman, J. Notes (June, 1972), 1972 June
II.347Ehrlichman, Johns – Personal Letters, 1997
II.348Ehrlichman, Johns Schedule: June ’72 – April ‘73, 1972
II.349E: Investigations Authorized, undated
II.350Ehrlichman faxes, undated
II.351Ehrlichman, Johns Post Break-In: 1st Dean Mtg., 1987
II.352Ehrlichman: ’96 Newsweek Article, 1996
II.353Ehrlichman, Robert, 1996
II.354Ehrlichman, John AJC article 2-27-97, 1997 February 27
II.355Ehrlichman, John W.[Washington] Post 11/96 article, 1996 November 22
II.356E Advocated Disclosure, undated
II.357Ehrlichman: Calendars, 1997 January
II.358Frates –Misc. [Who’s Who in America, American European Directions], 1997
II.359E Notes ‘71/’72, 1971-1972
II.360Jenner (Senator) – Memo to RN, 1997
II.361JCS: Spying on WH, undated
II.362Kalmbach, H. [Herb] Composite, 1973 April 1973
II.363Klein, Herb, 1972 November 10
II.364Kleindeinst (book excerpt), undated
II.365Kissinger, 1974
II.366Krogh, Egil Nedzi hearing, 1997
II.367Krogh –May 2 Phone Calls, 1973
II.368Krogh, Egil Composite, 1993
II.369Krogh [Chicago Tribune Article], 1970
II.370Krogh: Young Appointee, 1969
II.371Krogh – re. Liddy’s “Will”, 1996
II.372Krogh/Dean: Liddy Hire meeting [Will], 1996
II.373Krogh Interviews, 1971, 1996
II.374Laird, Melvin 9-6-90, 1990 September 6
II.375Law Companies, 1996
II.376The Late Late Show (Tom Snyder), 1996
II.377Liddy, Gordon : Coldny/Ehrlichman Proposed Interview Questions, 1996
II.378LaRue, Fred Composite, 1994
II.379Liddy, G[ordon] Composite, 1996
II.380CIA: Composite File, 1996-1997
II.381CIA/Operation Phoenix, 1196 February 19
II.382BBC Watergate Documentary ‘94, 1994
II.383Colodny Letter re. Ehrlichman Project 3/97, 1997 March 6
II.384Colodny Suit v. Fla. State Atty., 1993 July 17
II.385Colodny/Endorsement, 1991-1993
II.386Colodny – Legal Agreements, 1996
II.387Colodny Faxes, 1988-1989, 1997
II.388Bakes, Phil DOJ [Department of Justice] – Memo. Re. Dean, 1973 June 14
II.389Baker, Howard, 1973 April 16
II.390Charles Colson: Prison Chronology, 1996 November 11
II.391Colodny Correspondence [Letter], 1996 July 23
II.392Colodny-Misc. [Interview Wish List], 1996 July 17
II.393Colodny: “Silent Coup” Internet Site re. Dean v. St. Martin Lawsuit, 1996 November 11
II.394Colodny re. Mitchell Interviews, 1996 December 16
II.395Colodny’s Watergate Web Site, 1996 December 27
II.396Dean – Hoff. Article [Ulasewiscz and Mckeever interview], 1996
II.397Hoover, J. Edgar, 1970-1971
II.398Haldeman Composite File, 1970, 1973, 1994
II.399Haldeman, H.R. Letter to James Neal, undated
BoxFolder
II.41Haldeman Pardon Effort and E Letter (Draft), 1974
II.42Haldeman, Jo 11/6, 1996 October 30
II.43HR Haldeman Archives Index II, 1996
II.44HR Haldeman Archive Index I, 1996
II.45HRH Archives, 1996
II.46HRH Diary – 8/19/71 – Schorr, 1971 August 19
II.47Misc. Non π Written Notes of JDE, 1972-1974
II.48Higby, Larry – Phone Logs (Dean), 1970-1971
II.49Higby, Larry (re. HRH), 1994, 1996
II.410Hollander, Xavier, 1997 March 13
II.411Hollander Call Girl Ring (Colodny Info), 1997
II.412Hougan, Jim, 1996 October 9
II.413Hougan, Jim Pgs. 256-261 (His Book), 1996
II.414Hougan, Jim 1/97 Letters, 1997 January
II.415Hougan, Jim 12/96 Fax, 1996 December
II.416Hougan “Missing $22,000”, 1996
II.417Hunt, Howard – Misc., 1995
II.418Hunt, Howard – Blackmail Denied - Dean, 1996
II.419IRS/Nixon WH – Composite, 1971
II.420Mardian, R. [Robert] Composite, undated
II.421Murder in the First Degree re. Ron Brown’s Death, undated
II.422Mayhew, Alice [Interview Transcript], 1989
II.423Project: American College/Press Release, 1996
II.424Mitchell [John] Composite, 1988
II.425McCloskey, Paul (Pete), 1971-1972
II.426Morris, Roger Composite, undated
II.427McCord’s Letter to Caulfield, 1996
II.428“Eye” Project: Liddy, 1997
II.429Barnette Project, 1996
II.430Graham’s Continuity: First Draft Rundown, 1996 October 10
II.431Planning/Synopsis, 1996
II.432Promo Shoot [Ehrlichman’s Notes], undated
II.433Eye of the Storm Oct. 10 1st Draft, 1996 October 10
II.434E-Notes, undated
II.435Miller, Herbert, 1996 October 2
II.436Moorer, Admiral [Interviews], 1987, 1989
II.437Moorer (Admiral), 1989
II.438Nixon Composite File, undated
II.439Nixon Tapes (Article on ’96 Release), 1988
II.440Nixon Tapes: 3/21 and RN, undated
II.441Nixon Tapes 3/73 E and Dean, 1973 March 29
II.442“Nixon and Anti-Semitism”, 1997 February 10
II.443Nixon Tapes “Smoking Gun”, 1989
II.444Nixon: Book Excerpt: CIA/Helms, undated
II.445Nixon Tapes: π and E Segment, Abuse of Power, undated
II.446Nixon Tapes W. [Washington] Post Articles ‘96, 1996 November
II.447Nixon Tapes (Examiner), 1996 December 8
II.448Nixon Tapes: ’96 (Califano) Comment, 1997
II.449Magruder to Colodny 8-89 [Interview], 1989
II.450Magruder, Jeb Composite, 1970, 1990s
II.451Magruder – E. Dep. Re. DNC Case [Ehrlichman Deposition Regarding Democratic National Committee Case], 1996
II.452Magruder, Jeb Notes of 4/14/73 Interview, 1973 April 14
II.453Magruder – Wastebasket Interview, 1996 August 26
II.454Magruder – Spec. Pros. [Special Prosecution Force] Interview Frampton 7/25/73, 1973 July 25
II.455Peoria – Play in 1970, 1970 May 11
II.456Polk, James R. – Composite File [RESTRICTED], 1972 February 1
II.457Pottinger, Stanley Letter 2/97, 1997 February 8
II.458O’Brien, Larry – Composite File, 1970 May 29
II.459Phone Messages Rec’d [Received], circa 1996
II.460Ph. #s and Addresses [White House Policy Planning Staff], 1970
II.461Project Composite File, 1997
II.462Project Composite File, 1997
II.463Project Eye of the Storm: E’s Treatment “Focus”, undated
II.464Project(s) File, circa 1996
II.465Opening Draft, circa 1996
II.466EMPMT K [Employment Agreement], 1996
II.467Rotary Columbus, GA 9-25096, 1996
II.468Rudy, John Composite, 1989, 1996
II.469Rosen, James ’97 WG [Watergate] Article, 1997
II.470Peter Rient: Article on Principles of Fed. Prosecution, 1980, 1996
II.471Rient, Peter Directory Listing, 1996
II.472Rient, Peter Dean Discrepancies, 1974 February 6
II.473Rosen, Robert (Agent) RLR Assoc., 1996 July 24
II.474Republican Nat’l Convention, 1996
II.475Summers, Anthony, 1996
II.476Smith, David, 1972
II.477Schlesinger, James (CIA), 1997
II.478Schorr, Daniel, 1971, 1993
II.479Silent Coup, 1988, 1993
II.480Schoffler, [Carl], 1996
II.481Schoffler – Officer Car 1, 1996 July 29
II.482Shoffler, Carl [Obituary], 1996 July 15
II.483Availability of the Nixon Presidential Materials, 1990, 1997
II.484Nixon Tapes (Post Examiner ’71 Tap), 1997 February 7
II.485Nixon Tapes (96 Release), 1997
II.486’73 Nixon Tapes: 1996 Tape Release, 1996
II.487Nixon Administration Organizational Chart, 1996 October 4
II.488Nixon, Richard Impeachment Document, 1971-1974
II.489Nixon Tapes In Summary/Transcript, 1997
II.490Schutz, Chris 12-9-97 “Nixon” Tapes: Phone Conversations, 1997 December 9
II.491Nixon Tapes: The White House Summary, 1996
II.492Nixon Presidential Materials for Research, 1997
II.493Nixon, Richard 4.15.73 Notes, 1969, 1973
II.494Nixon, Richard ’69 Inaugural
II.495Nixon Photo Negatives
II.496[1960 Voter Election Fraud], 1960, 1997
II.497Planning, 1996-1997
II.498[Atlanta to San Francisco Itinerary for Ehrlichman], 1996
II.499Woodward – 5/73, 7-8/73, 1973
II.4100Woodward – 3/73, 1973
II.4101Woodward – 4/73, 1973
II.4102Ehrlichman, 1973
II.4103Vesco, 1973
II.4104Campaign Funds, 1973
II.4105General Watergate, 1973
II.4106[Nixon Election – Clippings], 1972
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II.5107[New York Times Article Response], 1971 June 17
II.51Krogh on Colodny Tapes, undated
II.52WG: Sex/Blackmail, 1986
II.53π al. Notes Pentagon Papers, undated
II.54Stone, Oliver – Composite File, 1996
II.55The Oliver Stone Notes re. Protective Order, 1995 July 15
II.56Chapter 23 Tricks [Research Clippings], 1970s
II.57[Watergate News Clippings], 1973 April 26-30
II.58Sirica Order Procedure, Gag order, 1974
II.59Silbert: Protective Order, 1996
II.510Silbert: Depo re. Rudy’s WH Trip 6/72, 1996 June 27
II.511Special Pros[ecutor] Archive - Silbert 13pp., 1973 May 31
II.512Silbert: Depo[sition] - The Watergate Investigation Index, 1982
II.513Special Pros[ecutor] Archives – Silbert 87 pp., 1973-1974
II.514Special Prosecutor: Discrepancies – Dean – Cushman, 1996 September 23
II.515Special Pros[ecutor] Lason/Re. Dean, 1974 October 8
II.516Silbert Confirmation, 1974 April
II.517Under Seal: Silbert re. (Baldwin), undated
II.518Silbert: Lie Detector Test of Strachan/Magruder, undated
II.519Silbert, 1970s
II.520Strachcan, Gordon re. Dean Composite, 1970s
II.521Strachan, 1973 April 15
II.522Strachcan: Lie Detector Test, 1973 April 23
II.5231973 [Inaugural Day Press Release, Watergate Break-in News Clippings], 1973
II.524[News Clippings on Nixon and Watergate], 1973 May 2
II.525[White House Dinner Invitations, Photos of Nixon, Clippings], 1970-1973
II.526Chapter 11 – Pent. P [Pentagon Papers], SIC+Taps, PmeC, Kraft, 1973
II.527Bob Strauss: Depo[sition] re. DNC bug, 1996
II.528[Ehrlichman Personal], 1970s
II.529[Ehrlichman – Chronologies], 1970 March-April
II.530[Nixon – Clippings on Busing], 1972 March 18
II.531[Nixon – Clippings], 1968-1972
II.532Special Prosecutor Archives Notes, undated
II.533Special Pros: Ulasewicz, 1973
II.534(WG) Prosecutor’s Organizational Chart, 1996 October 14
II.535Special Prosecutor Investigative File (35 Docs), 1973
II.536Today Show 11/6, 1996 October 23
II.537Titus, Harold Bio, undated
II.538Pentagon Papers [Clippings], 1970s
II.539Taylor, Johns: Nixon Library, 1988, 1996
II.540Taylor, John re. American Spectator (5/96), 1996 May
II.541U.K. 9-26 to 10 [Ehrlichman’s American College of London Trip], 1996
II.542Univ. Georgia 5/29/96, 1996
II.543Ulasewicz Composite, 1973, 1988
II.544Ulasewicz, Tony Project List, 1973
II.545Volner, Jill Wine, 1943
II.546Wells, Maxie – Desk Key, 1972 June 27
II.547Washington DC: Lawyers, 1996
II.548Letter to Williams, John 2-97, 1997 February
II.549Welander, Admiral, 1997 March 28
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II.61White House Telephone Logs 1/72-4/73, 1972-1973
II.62WH Analysis 503 Plumbers F, 1974 August 20
II.63Woodward Composite, 1997
II.64Woodward, Bob, 1989
II.65Woodward-Haig (Zehr article), 1996
II.66Woodward, Al, 1989
II.67Woodward, Bob ’96 Interview Prep Info, 1989 October 4
II.68Woodward/Colodny transcript (Nov. 1980), 1980 November
II.69Woodward and Bernstein Final Days, undated
II.610Watergate Special Pros.[ecutors] NBC, 1973-1974
II.611Watergate: June 19, 1972 Chronology, undated
II.612Watergate: General Research Materials, 1996
II.613Watergate: “Root Causes”, 1996
II.614Watergate attempted burglary May 16, 1972 (David Smith statement), 1972 June 23
II.615Watergate Composite, 1970s, 1989
II.616White House Tapes: Wall St. Journal, 1997
II.617WH [White House] Tapes –Logs, 1973
II.618WH/Administration Staff, 1992
II.619Wells v. Liddy (97), 1994, 1997
II.620Wells, Maxie – Desk Key, 1972
II.621Young, David, 1996
 

III. Research Files

Extent: 7.0 Linear feet
Scope and Content: The research files were compiled for use during the production of In the Eye of the Storm and primarily consist of depositions and exhibits from the court case John and Maureen Dean v. St. Martin’s Press; transcripts of interviews conducted by Len Colodny for his book Silent Coup (1991); and copies of the Senate Select Committee Hearings and Reports on Presidential Campaign Activities. The transcripts include interviews Colodny conducted with Jeb Magruder, John Mitchell, Sheila Hixon, and Gordon Strachan. Recordings of the depositions and several of the Colodny interviews can be found here , in the Audiovisual Materials finding aid.
BoxFolder
III.11Dean vol. 1 - John Dean deposition (folder 1 of 2), 1995 September 13
III.12Dean vol. 1 - John Dean deposition (folder 2 of 2), 1995 September 13
III.13Dean vol. 2 - John Dean deposition (folder 1 of 2), 1995 September 13
III.14Dean vol. 2 - John Dean deposition (folder 2 of 2), 1995 September 13
III.15Dean vol. 3 - John Dean deposition (folder 1 of 2), 1995 September 14
III.16Dean vol. 3 - John Dean deposition (folder 2 of 2), 1995 September 14
III.17Dean vol. 4 - John Dean deposition (folder 1 of 2), 1995 September 15
III.18Dean vol. 4 - John Dean deposition (folder 2 of 2), 1995 September 15
III.19Dean vol. 5 - John Dean examination by counsel for defendant St. Martin Press (folder 1 of 2), 1995
III.110Dean vol. 5 - John Dean examination by counsel for defendant St. Martin Press (folder 2 of 2), 1995
III.111Dean vol. 6 - John Dean deposition (folder 1 of 2), 1996 January 23
III.112Dean vol. 6 - John Dean deposition (folder 2 of 2), 1996 January 23
III.113Dean vol. 7 - John Dean deposition (folder 1 of 2), 1996 January 24
III.114Dean vol. 7 - John Dean deposition (folder 2 of 2), 1996 January 24
III.115Dean vol. 8 - John Dean deposition (folder 1 of 2), 1996 January 25
III.116Dean vol. 8 - John Dean deposition (folder 2 of 2), 1996 January 25
III.117Dean vol. 9 - John Dean deposition, 1996 January 26
BoxFolder
III.21Dean v. St. Martin - Everett Howard Hunt, Jr. deposition, 1994 September 16
III.22Dean v. St. Martin - Carl M. Shoffler deposition (folder 1 of 2), 1995 March 13
III.23Dean v. St. Martin - Carl M. Shoffler deposition (folder 2 of 2), 1995 March 13
III.24Dean v. St. Martin - Everett Howard Hunt, Jr. deposition (folder 1 of 4), 1995 April 19
III.25Dean v. St. Martin - Everett Howard Hunt, Jr. deposition (folder 2 of 4), 1995 April 19
III.26Dean v. St. Martin - Everett Howard Hunt, Jr. deposition (folder 3 of 4), 1995 April 19
III.27Dean v. St. Martin - Everett Howard Hunt, Jr. deposition (folder 4 of 4), 1995 April 19
III.28Dean v. St. Martin - John D. Ehrlichman deposition, 1995 November 14
III.29Dean v. St. Martin - John D. Ehrlichman deposition, 1995 November 15
III.210Dean v. St. Martin - John D. Ehrlichman deposition, 1995 November 16
III.211Dean v. St. Martin - John D. Ehrlichman deposition, 1995 November 17
III.212Dean v. St. Martin - John Forney Rudy deposition (folder 1 of 3), 1996 April 11
III.213Dean v. St. Martin - John Forney Rudy deposition (folder 2 of 3), 1996 April 11
III.214Dean v. St. Martin - John Forney Rudy deposition (folder 3 of 3), 1996 April 11
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III.31Dean v. St. Martin - John Forney Rudy deposition (folder 1 of 2), 1996 April 11
III.32Dean v. St. Martin - John Forney Rudy deposition (folder 2 of 2), 1996 April 11
III.33Dean v. St. Martin - Ida Maxwell “Maxie” Wells and Maureen Dean depositions (folder 1 of 4), 1996 June 7
III.34Dean v. St. Martin - Ida Maxwell “Maxie” Wells and Maureen Dean depositions (folder 2 of 4), 1996 June 7
III.35Dean v. St. Martin - Ida Maxwell “Maxie” Wells and Maureen Dean depositions (folder 3 of 4), 1996 June 7
III.36Dean v. St. Martin - Ida Maxwell “Maxie” Wells and Maureen Dean depositions (folder 4 of 4), 1996 June 7
III.37Dean v. St. Martin - Alfred C. Baldwin deposition (folder 1 of 2), 1996 July 25
III.38Dean v. St. Martin - Alfred C. Baldwin deposition (folder 2 of 2), 1996 July 25
III.39Dean v. St. Martin - Howard Liebengood deposition, 1996 June 6
III.310Dean v. St. Martin - Lawrence Higby deposition, 1996 November 26
III.311Dean v. St. Martin - Declaration of Colodny in support of motion for summary judgment, 1996
III.312Dean v. St. Martin - Colodny’s amended response to interrogatories 1-4 and response to interrogatory 177 (folder 1 of 2), 1996
III.313Dean v. St. Martin - Colodny’s amended response to interrogatories 1-4 and response to interrogatory 177 (folder 2 of 2), 1996
III.314Dean v. St. Martin - Opposition to Colodny’s state of material facts (folder 1 of 3), 1997
III.315Dean v. St. Martin - Opposition to Colodny’s state of material facts (folder 2 of 3), 1997
III.316Dean v. St. Martin - Opposition to Colodny’s state of material facts (folder 3 of 3), 1997
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III.41Dean v. St. Martin - Exhibits vol. 1, 1996
III.42Dean v. St. Martin - Exhibits vol. 2, 1996
III.43Dean v. St. Martin - Exhibits vol. 3, 1996
III.44Dean v. St. Martin - Exhibits vol. 4, 1996
III.45Dean v. St. Martin - Exhibits vol. 5, 1996
III.46Dean v. St. Martin - Exhibits vol. 6, 1996
III.47Dean v. St. Martin - Exhibits vol. 7, 1996
III.48Dean v. St. Martin - Exhibits vol. 8, 1996
III.49Dean v. St. Martin - Exhibits vol. 9, 1996
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III.51Dean v. St. Martin - Exhibits vol. 10, 1996
III.52Dean v. St. Martin - Exhibits vol. 11, 1996
III.53Dean v. St. Martin - Motion for Summary Judgment, core 1-9, 1996
III.54Dean v. St. Martin - Motion for Summary Judgment, core 10-19
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III.61Senate Select Committee Hearings and Reports on Presidential Campaign Activities / Inquiry into the alleged involvement of the CIA in the Watergate and Ellsberg matters, 1974-1975, 1982
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III.71Len Colodny interview - Jeb Magruder, 1989 August-1990 August
III.72Len Colodny interview - John Mitchell, 1987 January 24
III.73Len Colodny interview - Jeb Magruder/Gordon Strachan (folder 1 of 3), 1988, 1990
III.74Len Colodny interview - Jeb Magruder/Gordon Strachan (folder 2 of 3), 1988, 1990
III.75Len Colodny interview - Jeb Magruder/Gordon Strachan (folder 3 of 3), 1988, 1990
III.76Len Colodny interview - Sheila Hixon, 1989 December
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III.81Summary of John Dean’s Senate Watergate Committee testimony, 1973 June
III.82Ulasewicz’s book, Road to Watergate, undated
III.83Nixon’s daily diary, 1970 July, 1972 February
III.84Headlines - Clippings, 1968-1972
 

IV. Stills and Footage Contracts

Extent: 1.5 Linear feet
Extent: 2.0 boxes
Scope and Content: This series contains stills and footage requests and permission contracts. It includes footage logs from the In the Eye of the Storm production and photocopies of shot cards from the Naval Photographic Center (NPC). The NPC film crews documented the activities of Richard Nixon, his staff, and his family from 1969 to 1974. This series also contains correspondence and notes made by Meghan Ritchie, photograph researcher for American International Television. There are photocopies of photographs from various agencies, such as the National Archives and Associated Press, for the production of the film.
BoxFolder
IV.11Navy Log, circa 1997
IV.121969 [Naval Photographic Center Indexes], 1969
IV.131970 [Naval Photographic Center Indexes], 1970
IV.141971 [Naval Photographic Center Indexes] (folder 1 of 2), 1971
IV.151971 [Naval Photographic Center Indexes] (folder 2 of 2), 1971
IV.161972 [Naval Photographic Center Indexes] (folder 1 of 2), 1972
IV.171972 [Naval Photographic Center Indexes] (folder 2 of 2), 1972
IV.181973 [Naval Photographic Center Indexes], 1973
IV.191974 [Naval Photographic Center Indexes], 1974
IV.110Index for Footage and Stills, circa 1997
IV.111News Archives (folder 1 of 3), 1997
IV.112News Archives (folder 2 of 3), 1997
IV.113News Archives (folder 3 of 3), 1997
IV.114Stills Research (MLK, Nat’l Arch.), 1997
IV.115[First Hour Footage Log], circa 1997
IV.116[Eye of the Storm Camera and Tape List], 1996
IV.117Stills Logs, 1997
IV.118EOS [Eye of the Storm] Raw Footage Inventory, 1999-2000
IV.119Acquired Footage/EDL, 1997
IV.120National Archives Info., 1997
IV.121Photo Permissions, 1997
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IV.21[Footage Requests] (folder 1 of 2), 1997
IV.22[Footage Requests] (folder 2 of 2), 1997
IV.23[Photo Requests from National Archives], 1997
IV.24[Photo Requests] (folder 1 of 2), circa 1997
IV.25[Photo Requests] (folder 2 of 2), circa 1997
IV.26Stock Footage Request, 1997
IV.27[Beta Requests], circa 1997
IV.28Misc. [Footage and Photo Requests], circa 1997
IV.29[Associated Press Stills Request], circa 1997
IV.210Footage and Stills Licenses, circa 1997
IV.211[Reproduced Photographs: Watergate Hotel, Richard Nixon, White House Staff] 13 (8x10) b/w, undated
IV.212[Photo Request Negatives], circa 1997
IV.213[Negatives of Production Photos], circa 1997
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OS 1Richard Milhous Nixon, H.R. Haldeman, Charles W. Colson, John D. Ehrlichman in oval office, [1972]
Extent: (72x41") b/w; unframed, mounted on foamcore
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OS 2Richard Milhous Nixon talking to a man by a window in silhouette, [1972]
Extent: (48x77") b/w; unframed; mounted on foamcore
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OS 3John D. Ehrlichman, Dwight L. Chapin, and reporter [Bernstein or Woodward?] on Air Force One, [1972]
Extent: (38x38") b/w; framed
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OS 4John D. Ehrlichman, H.R. Haldemen talking, [1972]
Extent: (38x38") color; framed
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OS 5Richard Milhous Nixon and John D. Ehrlichman talking, [1972]
Extent: (38x38")color; framed
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OS 6Richard Milhous Nixon posing at podium, [1972]
Extent: (61x51") b/w; framed
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OS 7Richard Milhous Nixon, [1972]
Extent: (50 ½ x 66") b/w; framed
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OS 8Jeb Stuart Magruder, John Mitchell, Richard Milhous Nixon, unidentified man, and John D. Ehrlichman talking in an office, [1972]
Extent: (74x43") b/w; framed
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OS 9Richard Milhous Nixon giving a speech, [1972]
Extent: (50x67") b/w; framed
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OS 10Richard Milhous Nixon, [1972]
Extent: (50x67") color; framed