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Conversation: 003-191

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Start Date: Saturday, May 29, 1971 2:00 PM

End Date: Saturday, May 29, 1971 2:06 PM

Participants:

Nixon, Richard M. (President)Rockefeller, Nelson A.

Recording Device: White House Telephone

Full Tape Conversation Start Time: 04:34:50

Full Tape Conversation End Time: 04:40:34

003-191.mp3

NARA Description:

On May 29, 1971, President Richard M. Nixon and Nelson A. Rockefeller talked on the telephone from 10:00 am to 10:06 am. The White House Telephone taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 003-191 of the White House Tapes.

Nixon Library Finding Aid:

Conversation No. 3-191

Date: May 29, 1971
Time: 10:00 am - 10:06 am
Location: White House Telephone

The President talked with Nelson A. Rockefeller.

[See Conversation No. 507-4B]

     Rent issue in New York, NY
          -New York Times
          -John V. Lindsay's position, Rockefeller's position, President's position
          -Henry A. Kissinger
          -Compared with Paris
          -Lindsay's position
                -John Loeb
                -Lindsay
                -Rockefeller's plan
          -New York state budget
          -Lindsay's authority over construction

     New York, NY fiscal situation
         -Home rule
              -New York Times story
              -Lindsay's position
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                          NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                      Tape Subject Log
                                         (rev. 9/08)



               -Herbert Brownell
               -Frederick R. Kappel
                    -Retired president of telephone company
                    -Work on Ash Commission
                          -Roy L. Ash
                    -Possible call from Rockefeller
          -Causes
               -Lindsay's efforts                              Conv. No. 3-191 (cont.)

     Lindsay
          -Appearance on “Dick Cavett Show”
          -Budget request
              -Cuts
                    -Services
                    -Police, firemen

     New York, NY police
         -Killings
         -Possible federal funds
               -John D. Ehrlichman
               -George P. Shultz
               -Ehrlichman's call to Rockefeller
               -Amount, significance
         -Killings
               -President's response
               -Ethnic origins
         -Possible federal funds
               -Ehrlichman
                     -Forthcoming call to Rockefeller
                     -Meeting with President