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Conversation: 824-002

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Start Date: 15-Dec-1972 9:25 AM

End Date: 15-Dec-1972 12:44 PM

Participants:

Nixon, Richard M. (President)Haldeman, H. R. ("Bob")Sanchez, ManoloZiegler, Ronald L.Bull, Stephen B.Kissinger, Henry A.[Unknown person(s)]White House operatorMansfield, Michael J. ("Mike")Eisenhower, Julie NixonRebozo, Charles G. ("Bebe")Brennan, Peter J.

Recording Device: Oval Office

824-002a.mp3

824-002b.mp3

824-002c.mp3

824-002d.mp3

NARA Description:

On December 15, 1972, President Richard M. Nixon, H. R. ("Bob") Haldeman, Manolo Sanchez, Ronald L. Ziegler, Stephen B. Bull, Henry A. Kissinger, unknown person(s), White House operator, Michael J. ("Mike") Mansfield, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Charles G. ("Bebe") Rebozo, and Peter J. Brennan met in the Oval Office of the White House from 9:25 am to 12:44 pm. The Oval Office taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 824-002 of the White House Tapes.

Nixon Library Finding Aid:

Conversation No. 824-2

Date: December 15, 1972
Time: 9:25 am - 12:44 pm
Location: Oval Office

The President met with H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman and Manolo Sanchez.

       Paperwork
            -Private file

       Refreshment
            -Coffee

Sanchez left at an unknown time before 9:30 am.


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                 NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

                                    Tape Subject Log
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                                                               Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)


      The President’s foot
           -Refusal to see Gen. Walter R. Tkach
           -Compared to past football injuries
           -Pampering

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      The President’s schedule
           -Camp David
                 -Vietnam War
                        -US bombing north of 20th Parallel
                              -Timing
           -Weather
                 -Helicopter
                        -Christmas tree
                              -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew

      Second term reorganization
           -Michael P. Balzano, Jr.
                 -New Majority
                 -John D. Ehrlichman’s view
                 -Retention
                 -Thelma C. (“Pat”) Nixon’s and Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s and Tricia Nixon
                  Cox’s views
                 -Ehrlichman
                 -Compared to John C. Whitaker
                 -Ehrlichman
                        -Conversation with Haldeman
           -Public relations [PR]
                 -Peter J. Brennan
                        -Reception for 1972 election supporters
                              -Ethnic groups
                 -George P. Shultz
                        -Property taxes

      Budget
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                                                              Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

             -Cuts
                 -The President’s conversation with Ehrlichman
                       -Paraplegics
                 -Caspar W. (“Cap”) Weinberger
                 -Paraplegics
                       -Savings
             -Ambassadors
                 -Sweden
                       -Blacks
                             -[Robert J. Brown]
                                   -Labor Department
                       -[Philip K. Crowe]
                       -Blacks
                       -Right wing
                       -Draft evaders
                       -Appointment of black
                             -Norway
                             -Denmark
                             -Scandinavia

Ronald L. Ziegler entered at 9:30 am.

             -Blacks
                  -Scandinavia
                  -Austria
                  -Scandinavia

       Press relations
             -Henry A. Kissinger’s briefing
                    -The President’s memorandum to Kissinger
                         -Dictation
                               -Typing
                                     -Unknown woman
                                           -Conversation with Stephen B. Bull
                    -The President’s meeting with Kissinger and Ziegler
                         -Alexander M Haig, Jr.
                    -Timing
                    -Location
                         -White House
                                           -4-

                  NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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                                                            Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                             -Tours
                       -Executive Office Building
                 -Announcement
                       -Ziegler’s press conference
                 -Tone
                       -Television [TV]
                 -Length
                       -The President’s memorandum
                 -Kissinger
                       -“Kraut Character of the Year” award
                             -Sauerkraut
                                   -The President’s News Summary comment
                 -Timing


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      The President’s foot

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      Vietnam War
           -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel
                -The President’s meetings with Kissinger
                -Ziegler’s press conference
                      -PR
                      -North Vietnam’s military buildup
                            -Precautionary measures
                            -Cease-fire
                      -The President’s meeting with Ziegler
                      -[The President’s May 8, 1972 speech]
                      -Cessation of military action
                            -Conditions
                                  -Prisoners of War [POWs], cease-fire
                -The President’s meeting with Kissinger
                      -B-52s
                                         -5-

            NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

                                 Tape Subject Log
                                   (rev. June-08)

                                                            Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                         -Number
                         -PR
            -B-52s
                 -Hanoi
                       -F-104s
            -Duration
            -Negotiations

Press relations
      -Time’s Man of the Year award
             -Nelson A. Rockefeller’s effort
             -Kissinger
             -The President’s schedule
             -Kissinger’s possible meeting with Jerrold L. Schecter
      -White House
             -Time
             -The President’s conversation with Thelma C. (“Pat”) Nixon
                   -Orders to Haldeman
             -Washington Post, Time
                   -Christmas
      -[Oriana Fallaci’s] interview with Kissinger
      -Time
             -Schecter
             -Kissinger
                   -Schecter
                   -The President
                   -Vietnam negotiations
             -Interview with the President, 1971
      -Kissinger
             -Order
                   -Instructions to Haldeman
                          -Interviews, social contact, return telephone calls
                                -Duration of restrictions
                   -White House operators
                          -Instructions
                                -John F. Osborne’s telephone calls
                                      -Handling
                                            -Ziegler
             -Private telephone
                                        -6-

             NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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                                                          Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

             -Call to Osborne
                    -Reason
                         -Correction of Osborne article
                               -The President’s relationship with Kissinger
                         -Quotes
     -Time
           -Schecter
                  -White House operators
                  -Telephone calls to Kissinger, the President, Haldeman
                  -Ziegler’s office
           -Man of the Year Award
                  -Effect on US foreign policy
                        -Hedley W. Donovan
                        -Kissinger
                        -Rockefeller
                  -Administration reaction
                        -Box story
                        -Tone
                  -Schecter
                  -Treatment of the President
                        -The President’s trip to the People’s Republic of China [PRC]
                  -Kissinger
                        -US-Soviet Union summit
     -Second term
     -Ziegler’s role

Second term reorganization
     -Constance M. (Cornell) (“Connie”) Stuart
           -Ziegler’s conversation with Mrs. Nixon
                 -Julie Nixon Eisenhower
           -Conversation with Haldeman
           -Marital status
                 -[Charles Stuart]
           -PR
           -Public Information Officer [PIO]
                 -Press relations
           -Communications, film
           -White House
           -Women
                                 -7-

      NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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                           (rev. June-08)

                                                   Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

             -Assistant Secretary
-Julie Nixon Eisenhower
       -Management
-Anne L. Armstrong
-Marge Byers
       -Forthcoming meeting with Ziegler
             -Timing
                    -Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s schedule
                           -Mrs. Nixon
-White House staff
       -Byers
             -Women
                    -The President’s schedule
                           -Meetings
             -Ziegler’s staff
             -Meetings
             -East Wing
             -Meetings
             -Eliska Hasek [?]
       -Press relations
             -Press office
                    -Mrs. Nixon
                           -Connie Stuart’s conversation with Haldeman
                           -Activities
                    -Byers
                    -Julie Nixon Eisenhower
                    -Women
                           -Secretaries, administrators
                           -Byers
                    -J. Bruce Whelihan
                    -Neal Ball
                    -Gerald L. Warren
                    -Whelihan, Warren
                    -Byers
                    -Connie Stuart
                    -Byers
                           -Meetings
                                 -Richard A. Moore
                    -Julie Nixon Eisenhower
                                                -8-

                   NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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                                                               Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)


Bull entered at an unknown time after 9:30 am.

       The President’s memorandum
            -Typing
                  -Unknown woman

       The President’s schedule
            -Meeting with Kissinger

       Memorandum
           -Draft

Bull left at an unknown time before 10:13 am.

       Second term reorganization
            -Byers

       Press relations
             -Schecter
                    -The President’s and Kissinger’s schedules
                    -Conversations with Ziegler
                          -The President’s schedule
                    -1972 election
                          -Mandate
                                -Conversations with the President, Ehrlichman
             -Ziegler’s role
             -Ehrlichman
             -Tone
             -Haldeman’s role

       Congressional relations
            -Haldeman
                  -Image
                        -Efforts
                        -The President

       PR
             -Haldeman
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            NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

                                 Tape Subject Log
                                   (rev. June-08)

                                                         Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

            -Sherman Adams

Press relations
      -Ehrlichman’s briefing
             -Herbert G. Klein

Vietnam War
     -Settlement agreement
            -Quality
                  -POWs
     -US bombing north of 20th Parallel
     -Barry M. Goldwater’s statement
            -Nguyen Van Thieu
     -US bombing north of 20th Parallel
     -Kissinger’s view
            -Cambodia
            -The President’s May 8, 1972 decision
            -Protests
                  -White House
                         -Christmas
            -Press relations
            -The President’s memorandum
                  -Tone
                         -Justification for actions
     -Kissinger’s briefing
            -Press relations
                  -Walter L. Cronkite, Jr.
                  -James B. (“Scotty”) Reston
                  -Murrey Marder
                  -Max Frankel
                  -Future perspectives on war
                         -June 1973
                         -Cambodia, Laos
                         -Second term
                                -End
                                      -The President’s conversation with Charles G.
                                        (“Bebe”) Rebozo

Budget
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             NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

                                 Tape Subject Log
                                   (rev. June-08)

                                                    Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

     -Cuts
             -Paraplegics
                   -Weinberger

Vietnam War
     -Protests
     -Settlement agreement
            -Quality
                 -PR
     -December 1971 bombing
            -PR
                 -Charles W. Colson’s view
                      -Polls
                             -1972 campaign

1972 election
     -Vietnam negotiations
     -Watergate
     -Thomas F. Eagleton
     -Press relations
            -The President’s conversation with Ehrlichman
                  -Ziegler’s view
            -Advocacy, predictions concerning George S. McGovern
                  -Robert D. Novak’s article
            -Patrick J. Buchanan’s article
            -Credibility
            -Predictions

The President’s schedule
     -Press relations
     -White House social events
           -Christmas candlelight tour
                  -Families
     -Trip [to Florida]

Mrs. Nixon’s schedule
     -Trip to Pasadena, California [Rose Parade]
           -Advance man
           -Press person
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            NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

                               Tape Subject Log
                                 (rev. June-08)

                                                     Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)


Football
     -Rose Bowl
          -University of Southern California [USC]
                -Green Bay Packers
                -Washington Redskins
                -Inconsistency
          -Ohio State University
          -USC
                -Defeat of Notre Dame
          -Personnel
     -Redskins-Dallas Cowboys game
          -Larry Brown
          -George E. Allen
                -Conversation with Haldeman
                -Herbert Mul-Key
                      -Speedy Duncan
                      -Alvin Haymond
                -George Nock
                      -Compared to Brown
                      -Fumbling
          -Brown
     -Redskins
          -Game against Packers
          -Coaching
          -Mul-Key

Press relations
      -Time
             -Ehrlichman
                   -Ziegler
             -Kissinger
                   -Haldeman
             -Telephone call to William P. Rogers
                   -The President, Kissinger
                   -Man of the Year award
                   -State Department
             -Klein
             -William L. Safire
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            NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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                                 (rev. June-08)

                                                        Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

           -Raymond K. Price, Jr.
           -Buchanan
           -Schedules
                -State of the Union address
           -Schecter meeting with Ziegler
           -Administration’s accomplishments
                -The President’s trip to the PRC and the Soviet Union
                -The President’s May 8, 1972 decision
                -1972 election
           -Man of the Year award
                -Reaction letters
                -The President’s or Haldeman’s telephone call to Colson

The President’s picture
     -Secretary of Labor [Peter J. Brennan]
           -Conversation with the President at reception for 1972 election supporters
                  -Labor Department offices
                  -The President’s instructions to Cabinet officers, ambassadors
                  -John F. Kennedy
           -Press relations

White House social events
     -Reception for 1972 election supporters
          -Maurice H. Stans
          -Clark MacGregor
          -Comportment
     -Receptions for 1972 election supporters
          -Labor officials
                 -Plumbers
                 -Iron workers
                 -Joseph T. (“Joe T.”) Trerotola
                 -Frank E. Fitzsimmons
          -Wives
          -Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s view
          -White Anglo-Saxon Protestants [WASPs]

Second term reorganization
     -John A. Volpe
     -Ambassadorship to the United Nations [UN]
                                            -13-

                   NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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                                       (rev. June-08)

                                                             Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                   -John A. Scali
                         -Conversation with Ziegler
                              -Klein
                              -Constance M. Gerrard
                         -Meeting with the President
                              -Haldeman’s note
                         -Conversation with Ziegler
                         -The President
                              -Compared to Secretary of State, foreign service
                         -Cabinet
                         -Announcement
                              -Timing
                                     -December 16, 1972
                                           -Haldeman’s conversation with George H. W. Bush
                                                 -General Assembly
                                           -Haldeman’s conversation with Bush
                                     -Vietnam War
                                           -US bombing
                         -Qualifications
                              -Media
                                     -Benjamin Franklin
                                     -Theodore Roosevelt
                                           -Editor
                              -Trip to the PRC, Soviet Union
                              -Policy
                                     -White House
                              -State Department, White House, Congress, UN
                         -The President’s convictions
             -National Aeronautics and Space Administration [NASA]
                   -Dr. Edward E. David, Jr.

Kissinger entered at 10:13 am.

       Second term reorganization
            -NASA
                  -David
                        -[Dixy Lee Ray]
                             -[Atomic Energy Commission] [AEC]
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                   NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

                                     Tape Subject Log
                                       (rev. June-08)

                                                              Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

       Haldeman’s and Ziegler’s schedules
            -Meeting with the President

Haldeman and Ziegler left at 10:13 am.

       Vietnam negotiations
            -Kissinger’s briefing
                  -Timing
                        -Le Duc Tho
                               -Departure from Paris
                        -Statement
                               -Tone
                               -“No comment”
                               -Peace
                                     -Christmas
                               -“No comment”
                        -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel
                  -The President’s memorandum
                        -Kissinger’s view
                  -Tone
                  -Tho’s statement
                        -Details
                  -Status report
                  -Timing
                        -US bombing north of 20th Parallel
            -North Vietnam’s strategy
                  -Delays
                        -Message
            -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel
                  -Timing
                        -Duration
                               -Cessation
                                     -POWs
                  -B-52s
                        -Compared to World War II
                               -London
                               -The President’s experience
                                     -Bougainville
                                           -Japanese bombers
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      NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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                                                   Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                                    -Targets
                                         -Foxholes
            -Duration
                   -Settlement agreement
      -Kissinger’s briefing
            -Timing
                   -Press relations
                   -PR
                          -“Shock”
      -Timing
            -Church service
                   -John Cardinal Krol
      -International affairs
            -“Euphoria”
                   -West Germany
                          -Left-wing government
                   -Polls
                          -Edward R. G. Heath
                          -Georges J. R. Pompidou
                   -Australia
                   -Unknown country
                   -[Shah of Iran] Mohammed Reza Pahlavi’s statement
                   -Peace
                          -The President’s trips to the PRC and the Soviet Union
            -1973 Inaugural Address
                   -Draft
                          -Buchanan
                   -Peace
                   -Tone
      -The President’s meeting with Kissinger and Haig
      -Kissinger’s briefing
            -Timing
-Breakdown
      -Responsibility
            -Tho’s departure from Paris
            -Tho’s statement
            -Kissinger’s briefing
-Kissinger’s briefing
      -The President’s memorandum
                                           -16-

                  NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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                                                             Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                       -POWs
                              -Conditions
                       -Cease-fire
                              -Lasting peace
                                    -Compared to temporary truce
                       -The President’s language
                       -Notes
                       -South Vietnam-North Vietnam relations
                              -Resumption of war
                              -Ballot box
                 -Timing
                       -US bombing north of 20th Parallel
                 -The President’s memorandum
                       -Settlement agreement
                              -Long war, short peace
                                    -Press relations
                       -Continuation of serious talks
                              -Technical points
                       -Kissinger’s “peace is at hand” statement, October 26, 1972
                       -Kissinger’s view
                 -The President’s schedule
                       -Meeting with Ziegler and Haldeman
                 -Tho’s statement
                 -Tone

An unknown woman entered at an unknown time after 10:13 am.

      The President’s schedule
           -Meeting with Ziegler and Haldeman

The unknown woman left at an unknown time before 10:27 am.

      Vietnam negotiations
           -US bombing north of 20th Parallel
                -Timing
                       -Tho’s schedule
                             -Peking
                             -Hanoi
                       -Kissinger’s briefing
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                  NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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                                       (rev. June-08)

                                                              Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                              -Timing
                                   -Tho’s schedule
                                        -Peking, Hanoi
            -US mining
                 -Timing
            -Haig’s trip to Saigon
                 -Announcement
                         -Timing
                 -Letter to Thieu

Haldeman and Ziegler entered at 10:27 am.

       Vietnam negotiations
            -Kissinger’s briefing
                  -The President’s memorandum
                        -Dictation
                               -Timing
                        -Outline
                        -The President’s conversation with Kissinger
                        -Settlement agreement
                               -Long war, short peace
                                    -Press relations

       Second term reorganization
            -Scali
                   -Announcement
                        -Leaks
                             -Timing

       Vietnam negotiations
            -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel
                  -Kissinger’s forthcoming briefing
                        -Timing
                        -Status report
                  -Timing
            -Tho’s statement
            -Kissinger’s briefing
                  -Timing
                  -US mining north of 20th Parallel
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NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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                                             Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

      -Timing
-US bombing north of 20th Parallel
      -Timing
-Tho
-The President’s memorandum
      -Tone
      -Problems
      -Settlement agreement
-Timing
      -Tho’s statement
      -Tho’s schedule
             -Peking
      -Deliberation
      -North Vietnam’s delays
      -Weather
-Tone
      -The President’s recent conversation with Kissinger
-The President’s memorandum
      -Press relations
             -Kissinger’s previous statements
             -Caveats
                    -The President’s speeches
                          -Timing
                                -1972 election
                                      -[“Look to the Future”]
                                             -Settlement agreement
      -Peace
             -Timing
      -Honorable and lasting peace
      -Status report
      -Details
             -Progress
                    -Post-October 8, 1972
      -Differences
             -Technical nature
             -Resolution
             -Settlement agreement
                    -Conditions
                          -The President’s speech
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NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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                                         Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                          -Temporary peace
              -North and South Vietnam
              -1968 bombing halt
              -Conditions
   -Goals
          -Cease-fire
                 -The President’s speeches of January 25, 1972 and May 8,
                  1972
                 -“Peace is at hand”
                 -Policing machinery
                 -Violations
                       -North Vietnam’s preparations
                 -Enforcement
          -POWs
                 -North Vietnam’s conditions
                       -Civilian prisoners in South Vietnam
          -South Vietnam’s self-determination
                 -Imposition of Communist government in South Vietnam
                       -North Vietnam’s tactics
                             -Protocols
          -PR
                 -Summation of goals
   -Settlement agreement
          -Exchange of messages
                 -Understandings
                       -North Vietnam
   -POWs
   -Cease-fire
          -Permanence
          -Temporary truce
   -South Vietnam’s self-determination
          -Imposition of Communist government in South Vietnam
          -International supervision
          -Political parties
                 -Communists
   -Settlement agreement
          -The President’s interest
                 -1972 election
                 -Christmas
                                     -20-

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                                                       Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                                  -POWs
                                  -North and South Vietnam
                       -Deadline
                       -Truce
                            -Continuation of war
                       -Means of attainment
                            -Pushing around, blackmail, stampeding
                            -Casualties
                            -North and South Vietnam
                            -Charm
                                  -Gifts for Kissinger

Labor relations
     -Fitzsimmons
            -Harold J. Gibbons
                 -Trip to Hanoi
                 -Firing from union [International Brotherhood of Teamsters]
                 -Relationship with Kissinger
            -The President’s view
            -Reception for 1972 election supporters
                 -Gibbons
                        -Golf in San Clemente
                        -Mary Patricia Fitzsimmons
                        -Frank Fitzsimmons’s private compared to public statements
                              -Support for the President

Vietnam negotiations
     -Kissinger’s briefing
           -The President’s memorandum
                 -Casualties
                 -North Vietnam
                 -South Vietnam
                 -US leadership
                 -Settlement agreement
                        -Responsibility
                             -South and North Vietnam
                        -South Vietnam-North Vietnam relations
                             -Battlefield to ballot box
                 -Cease-fire
                               -21-

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                                                Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                   -Coalition government
            -Settlement agreement
                   -Long war, short peace
                   -Continuation of serious talks
                         -Technical points
            -US bombing and mining of North Vietnam
                   -Ziegler’s press conference
                   -Duration
                         -Settlement agreement
                   -Volunteer armed forces
                         -POWs
                   -North Vietnam’s military buildup
            -Christmas
            -Draft
            -Casualties
            -Ground combat
            -Settlement agreement
                   -The President’s conversation with Kissinger
                   -POWs
                   -Imposition of Communist government in South Vietnam
                   -Resumption of war
      -Timing
            -Tho’s statement
                   -The President’s memorandum
                         -Tone
                   -US bombing north of 20th Parallel
                         -Timing
                                -Tho’s schedule
                                     -Peking
-Ziegler’s press conference
      -The President’s meeting with Kissinger
      -Kissinger’s meetings with Chairman of Joint Chief of Staff [Adm. Thomas
       H. Moorer], Secretary of Defense [Melvin R. Laird], Secretary of State
       [Rogers], Central Intelligence Agency [CIA], Richard M. Helms
-Kissinger’s briefing
      -Timing
            -Press relations
-US bombing north of 20th Parallel
      -Timing
                              -22-

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                                               Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

             -Church service
                   -Krol
             -Kissinger’s briefing
             -US mining north of 20th Parallel
-Kissinger’s briefing
      -Timing
             -PR
                   -Military, diplomatic factors
      -Effect
      -Tone
-Kissinger’s view
      -The President’s meeting with Kissinger
      -North Vietnam
      -Saigon, Hanoi
-Haig’s trip to Saigon
      -Timing
      -Announcement
             -Timing
-Kissinger’s briefing
      -Tone
             -The President’s memorandum
             -Status report
      -Tho
             -Technical differences
                   -Cease-fire
      -Tone
      -US bombing north of 20th Parallel
      -Technical differences
             -Phrasing
                   -Press relations
                   -Tho
      -Audience
             -US
             -South and North Vietnam
                   -US bombing north of 20th Parallel
      -Specifics
             -Bernard Gwertzman of The New York Times
             -Marder
      -Differences
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                                                       Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                 -Nature
                      -Principles
                            -“Peace is at hand”
                                  -POWs, cease-fire, imposition of coalition
                                   government
                            -Technicalities
                                  -Motives
                            -POWs, cease-fire, coalition government
                                  -“Peace is at hand”
                            -Technicalities
                                  -B-52s
                            -POWs, cease-fire, coalition government
           -Tone
           -Press relations
                 -POWs, cease-fire, coalition government
                 -1972 campaign statements
                        -Justification
                 -North Vietnam’s possible statements
           -North Vietnam
                 -Responsibility
                        -US bombing north of 20th Parallel
                 -Settlement agreement
           -PR
           -Differences
                 -Nature
                        -Technicalities
                               -Principles
                                     -Coalition government, cease-fire, POWs
                                     -Protocols
                                           -Conditions
                                           -Press relations

US-India relations
     -Daniel P. (“Pat”) Moynihan’s conversation with the President
           -Ambassadors
                  -Moynihan
                       -Quality
                             -John Kenneth Galbraith
                  -Chester Bowles
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                               (rev. June-08)

                                                     Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                -Kenneth B. Keating
                -Indira Gandhi
                -State Department
                -Kissinger
                -The President’s previous conversation with Moynihan
                -The President’s conversation with Scali
                -Gandhi
                      -Meeting with Kissinger
                            -UN
                                  -Moynihan’s speech, 1971
                      -Moynihan’s possible conversation with Gandhi
           -Recent meeting with Kissinger
                -Harvard University
           -Ambassadorship
                -[Elizabeth Therese Moynihan]
                      -New York
                            -UN
                      -New Delhi
           -Blacks
                -[The Negro Family: The Case for National Action]

Second term reorganization
     -Ambassadorship to Pakistan
     -Assistant Secretaries of State
           -Middle East
                 -Joseph S. Farland
           -Latin America
                 -Robert C. Hill
           -Africa
                 -David D. Newsom
                 -Hill
                       -Toughness
                       -Latin America
                       -Spain
           -Latin America
                 -Jack B. Kubisch
                       -US embassy, Paris
                       -Mexico
                       -Loyalty
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                         Tape Subject Log
                           (rev. June-08)

                                                Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                   -Haldeman’s view
     -Africa
           -Hill
                   -Loyalty
                   -State Department
      -Middle East
            -Farland
                   -India-Pakistan War
      -East Asia
            -G. McMurtrie Godley
                   -Laos
                   -Joseph J. Sisco
-Ambassadorship to Turkey
      -Sisco
            -Pakistan
      -William B. Macomber, Jr.
-Ambassadorship to Pakistan
      -Sisco
            -India
            -Departure
-East Asia
      -Marshall Green
            -Age
            -Sisco
      -Godley
            -Loyalty
-Ambassadorship to Laos
      -Charles Whitehouse
            -Saigon
-Ambassadorship to South Vietnam
      -Graham A. Martin
            -State Department
            -Conversation with Haig
            -Conversation with Rogers
            -Haldeman’s conversation with Kissinger
            -Back channels
            -Haig’s conversation with Kissinger
                   -State Department
            -Conversation with Rogers
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                                 (rev. June-08)

                                                        Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)


Vietnam negotiations
     -Kissinger briefing
           -Timing
     -US bombing north of 20th Parallel
           -Timing
                  -Church service
                  -US mining north of 20th Parallel
                        -Haiphong estuary
     -Kissinger’s briefing
           -The President’s memorandum
                  -Outline
           -Kissinger’s statement during departure from Paris
                  -Tone
                        -Film
     -US image
           -1973 Inauguration
                  -Speech
                        -Price’s draft
                              -Peace
                                    -North Vietnam
           -End of war
                  -Second term
                  -The President’s possible statement
                        -Vietnamization
                        -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel
                              -Duration
                                    -POWs
           -Future
                  -End of second term
                        -Kissinger’s message from Paris
                        -US-Soviet Union relations
                        -US-PRC relations
                        -US-Europe relations
           -The President
     -Press relations
           -Time
           -Life
           -Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS]
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                                      (rev. June-08)

                                                           Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                          -Strike
                                 -Financing
             -The President’s credibility
                    -Trips to PRC and the Soviet Union
                          -Comparison with George S. McGovern and Hubert H. Humphrey
                    -Soviet Union, PRC
             -Settlement agreement
                    -Duration
                    -Timing
                          -POWs
             -Kissinger’s briefing
                    -“Peace is at hand”
                          -Ziegler’s meeting with Theodore H. (“Teddy”) White
                                 -Historical perspective
                    -Kissinger’s view
                          -The President’s meeting with Kissinger
                          -Tho
                          -South Vietnam
                          -Tho’s concessions, conditions
             -Thieu
                    -Haig’s trip to Saigon
                    -Possible letter from the President
                          -Handwriting
                          -Length
                          -Tone
                    -Letter from the President
                          -Tone
                          -Cease-fire
                                 -US-South Vietnam relations

Kissinger left at 11:15 am.

       Second term reorganization
            -Scali
                   -Announcement
                        -Leaks
                             -Timing
                                  -American Broadcasting Company [ABC]
                                  -Washington Star
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                                       Tape Subject Log
                                         (rev. June-08)

                                                              Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                                     -Ziegler’s schedule
                                     -Rogers

Ziegler left at 11:16 am.

       Vietnam negotiations
            -The President’s meetings with Kissinger
            -Kissinger’s briefing
                  -North Vietnam
                        -Kissinger’s view
                               -Tone
                  -The President’s memorandum
                  -Appearance
                        -Problem
                        -Plodding
                  -The President’s memorandum
                        -Points
                               -Protocols
                        -Copies
                        -Lines
                               -Ziegler
                               -Long war, short peace
                                      -Price, speechwriters
                  -Timing
                        -The President’s memorandum
                  -The President’s memorandum
                        -Safire
                               -Style
                                      -Alliteration

       Second term reorganization
            -Scali
                   -Announcement
                        -Leaks
                              -Washington Star
                              -Washington Post
                              -ABC
                                   -Leonard H. Goldenson
                   -Meeting with Bush
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                                      Tape Subject Log
                                        (rev. June-08)

                                                               Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                   -Meeting with Krol [?]
                   -Church attendance
                        -Frequency
                               -UN
                                    -St. Patrick’s Cathedral
                   -Terence Cardinal Cook
                   -Appointment of Catholic
                        -Cook
                        -Lawrence M. Higby
                        -[Warren R. Austin]
                               -Vermont
                        -Henry Cabot Lodge
                               -Background
                                    -WASP

Ziegler entered at 11:20 am.

       Second term reorganization
            -Scali
                   -Announcement
                        -Leaks
                             -Ziegler’s conversation with Garnett D. (“Jack”) Horner
                                   -Moore
                                   -Request to use telephone
                                   -Scali’s trips to the PRC and the Soviet Union
                                   -The President’s confidence
                             -Catholicism
                                   -Protestants
                                         -Atheists
                             -Horner
                                   -Washington Star
                             -ABC
                                   -News
                                   -Radio
                                         -Timing
                                   -Washington Post
                                   -Washington Star
                             -Catholicism
                             -Cabinet status
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                                Tape Subject Log
                                  (rev. June-08)

                                                         Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                        -ABC
                              -Scali’s background
                        -Scali’s understanding of and advice on policies
                        -Catholicism
                              -Austin
                              -Lodge
                              -James J. Wadsworth
                              -Charles W. Yost
                                    -Rogers
                        -Horner
                              -Deadline
                                    -Telephone
                              -Washington Post

Press relations
      -Washington Post
             -Horner
                   -Newsweek article
                         -Ziegler’s conversation with Bill Cook
                               -Horner’s interview with the President
                               -Interviews with the President
                                     -Cyrus L. (“Cy”) Suizberger
                                     -[Henry Brandon]
      -Washington Post
             -Ziegler’s meeting with White
                   -White’s conversation with Katherine L. Graham
                   -Second term
             -White
                   -New York Daily News
                         -1972 campaign
                               -Endorsement
                                     -New York Times
                         -1972 election
                               -New York

Second term reorganization
     -Scali
            -Announcement
                 -Rogers
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                                      Tape Subject Log
                                        (rev. June-08)

                                                               Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                            -Bush
                            -Timing

       Unknown woman

The unknown woman entered at an unknown time after 11:20 am.

       Vietnam negotiations
            -The President’s memorandum
                 -Copy for Ziegler

Ziegler left at 11:29 am.

       Vietnam negotiations
            -The President’s memorandum
                 -Copy for Ziegler
                        -Kissinger’s copy
                 -Copy for the President’s file
                 -Kissinger’s copy

       A memorandum
           -Copy for Ziegler
           -Copy for President

The unknown woman left at an unknown time before 11:56 am.

       Vietnam negotiations
            -Kissinger’s briefing
                  -Ziegler’s role
                        -Points
                  -Previous briefings
                        -Scali
                        -Kissinger
                  -Kissinger’s view
                        -Compared with the President’s view
                               -Tone
                                     -North Vietnam’s actions
                                     -The President’s press conferences
            -Kissinger’s mood
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                                    Tape Subject Log
                                      (rev. June-08)

                                                               Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                 -US bombing north of 20th Parallel

      1973 Inauguration
           -Previous addresses
                 -Memoranda
                 -Word count

An unknown woman entered at an unknown time after 11:29 am.

      1973 Inauguration
           -Previous addresses
                 -Word count
                       -[Thomas] Woodrow Wilson
                       -Theodore Roosevelt
                            -William McKinley
                            -1905
                       -Franklin D. Roosevelt
                            -1937
                       -Kennedy
                       -Timing
                       -David R. Gergen

The unknown woman left at an unknown time before 11:56 am.

      Second term reorganization
           -Control
                 -Kissinger
                 -Ehrlichman
                 -John C. Whitaker
                 -Peter M. Flanigan
                 -The President’s memoranda
           -PR
                 -Shultz
                       -Meetings with the President
                 -Press conferences
                       -Preparation
                             -The President’s memoranda
                                   -The President’s schedule
                                   -Klein
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                         (rev. June-08)

                                               Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                 -Kissinger
                       -Scali, Ziegler
                       -Previous performances
                             -Points
                             -Brilliance
                                    -Ziegler
                             -Points
          -Brilliance
                 -Compared to effectiveness
                       -Klein
                       -Ehrlichman
          -Tone
                 -Ehrlichman
                       -Compared to Flanigan, Whitaker
          -Flanigan, Whitaker
                 -The President’s view
                       -Loyalty
-Flanigan
      -European Economic Community [EEC]
      -NASA
            -Shultz
                   -AEC
            -Ehrlichman
-Haldeman’s schedule
      -Meeting with Anne L. Armstrong
      -Meeting with Maurice H. Stans
            -Meeting with the President
      -Meeting with Robert H. Finch
            -Announcement
            -Sarah Bernhardt
                   -“Farewell tours”
      -Meeting with William J. Baroody
-Baroody
      -Colson’s view
      -Bryce N. Harlow’s view
      -Possible meeting with the President
            -Baroody’s physical appearance
      -Physical appearance
            -Staff
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                                       Tape Subject Log
                                         (rev. June-08)

                                                              Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                              -WASPs
                                  -The President’s view
                  -Balzano
                  -Donald F. Rodgers
                  -Armstrong

       Vietnam War
            -US bombing north of 20th Parallel
                 -PR
                      -Colson
                            -Conversation with Haldeman or the President
                            -Ziegler announcement
                            -Goldwater
                            -Peaceniks

       Press relations
             -Time
                    -Man of the Year award

The President left and reentered at an unknown time before 11:56 am.


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       White House social affairs
            -Christmas tree lighting reception
                  -[First name unknown] Davis [?]
                  -The President’s attendance

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             -Harry S. Truman
                  -Possible death
                         -Timing
                              -Christmas tree lighting
                              -Cabinet dinner
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                                 Tape Subject Log
                                   (rev. June-08)

                                                       Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                       -Funeral
                       -Church service
                       -Cabinet dinner
                            -Moment of silence
                                   -PR
     -Cabinet dinner
          -Press relations
                 -Fred Waring
                       -Oliver F. (“Ollie”) Atkins
                 -Washington Post

Press relations
      -Time
             -Ziegler
             -Haldeman, Ehrlichman, Klein
             -Man of the Year
                   -Kissinger
                         -1972 election
                   -McGovern
                   -Eagleton
                   -The President’s role
                         -Principal
                   -Kissinger’s role
                         -Agent

White House social affairs
     -Truman
          -Possible death
                -Timing
                       -Cabinet dinner
                            -Moment of silence
                            -Entertainment
                                   -Waring
                                   -Singing, dancing
                                   -Youth

Second term reorganization
     -Scali
            -Mrs. Nixon’s view
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                               Tape Subject Log
                                 (rev. June-08)

                                                        Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)


The President’s schedule
     -Truman
           -Possible death
                  -Lying in state
                       -Compared to funeral service
                              -Truman Library
                              -TV
                              -Truman’s friends
                  -Timing
                       -Eisenhower
                              -Airplanes
                              -The President’s meeting with Laird

Vietnam War
     -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel
          -Rogers’s and Laird’s views
               -Kissinger
          -Rogers’s view
               -Departure

Second term reorganization
     -Ambassadorship to South Vietnam
           -Martin
                  -Conversation with Rogers
                  -Conversation with the President
     -Ehrlichman
           -Intelligence
           -Physical appearance
           -Personality
                  -Toughness
                  -Personal relations
                        -Youth
     -Flanigan
           -Departure
     -Whitaker
           -Personality
           -Departure
     -Ronald H. Walker
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                                     Tape Subject Log
                                       (rev. June-08)

                                                               Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                  -National Park Service [NPS]
             -Young people
                  -Compared to ages of campaign contributors
                        -Stans’s friends

       The President’s schedule
            -Christmas telephone calls
                  -“Hawks”
                  -Michael J. Mansfield

The President talked with the White House operator at an unknown time between 11:29 am and
11:36 am.

[Conversation No. 824-2A]

[See Conversation No. 34-86]

[End of telephone conversation]

       Second term reorganization
            -Control
            -Post-1972 election
            -1972 election
                  -Victory percentage
            -Vietnam negotiations
            -Administration’s image
                  -Brennan
                  -Comparison with Eisenhower administration
                  -Control
                  -The President’s experience as Vice President
                        -The President’s conversations with Eisenhower
                        -Speeches

The President talked with Mansfield between 11:56 am and 12:10 pm.

[Conversation No. 824-2B]

[See Conversation No. 34-87]
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                                              Tape Subject Log
                                                (rev. June-08)

                                                                             Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

[End of telephone conversation]

        Congressional relations
             -The President’s conversation with Mansfield
                   -Breakfast meeting

        1973 Inaugural speech
             -Previous speeches
                   -Word count
                         -Theodore Roosevelt
                         -Price’s draft
                         -Theodore Roosevelt
                         -Franklin Roosevelt
                         -Kennedy
                         -Theodore Roosevelt
                         -Kennedy
                         -The President, 1969

        The President’s schedule
             -Refrigerator installation
                   -Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s report
             -Meeting with Ehrlichman
                   -Timing
                          -Reception for 1972 election supporters


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        Congressional races
             -[Dwight] David Eisenhower, II
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                                     Tape Subject Log
                                       (rev. June-08)

                                                              Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

             -Edward C. Nixon
             -Unknown person

       Edward Nixon
           -Nixon Foundation
                 -Position
                       -Qualifications
                       -Fundraising
                       -Presentation to trustees
                 -Library
                       -Location
                             -San Clemente
                             -Whittier
                       -Trustees meeting
                 -Work out of Washington, DC
                 -Jack Drown
                 -Leonard K. Firestone

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       Second term reorganization
            -Control
                  -Pace
            -Scali’s appointment
            -Claude S. Brinegar appointment
                  -Haldeman’s possible conversation with Ehrlichman

       The President’s schedule
            -Meeting with Ehrlichman
            -Reception for 1972 election
            -Supporters
                  -Timing
                  -Duration
                  -Number of guests

The President talked with the White House operator at 12:17 pm.
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                                              Tape Subject Log
                                                (rev. June-08)

                                                                             Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

[Conversation No. 824-2C]

[See Conversation No. 34-88]

[End of telephone conversation]


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        Assistance to the President
              -Julie Nixon Eisenhower
                     -Organizational abilities
              -Charles G. (“Bebe”) Rebozo
                     -Subtlety
                     -Rebozo’s financial transactions
                           -Florida land
                           -Bethesda house

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        White House renovation
             -Refrigerator
             -Theater
             -Bowling alley
                   -Theater
                   -Tunnel
                   -Carpenters’ shops
                   -North Portico
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                                      Tape Subject Log
                                        (rev. June-08)

                                                         Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                  -Kitchen
                  -Driveway
             -Sauna
             -Rummy table
             -Sauna, shower
             -Whirlpool
                  -Size
                        -Filter
                        -Mrs. Nixon
                  -Operation
                        -Filter

Bull entered at an unknown time after 12:17 pm.

       Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s arrival
             -The President’s schedule
             -Rebozo

Bull left at an unknown time before 12:18 pm.

       White House renovation
            -Expense

Julie Nixon Eisenhower entered at 12:18 pm.

       Rebozo
            -Location


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       Weather

       Haldeman’s house
            -Georgetown
            -Yard

       The President’s foot
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                                              Tape Subject Log
                                                (rev. June-08)

                                                                             Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                -Refusal to see Gen. Walter R. Tkach

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        The President’s schedule
             -Meeting with Julie Nixon Eisenhower and Rebozo
                   -House
             -Rebozo’s location

Bull entered at an unknown time after 12:18 pm.

        Rebozo
             -Location

        Refreshment
             -Consumme

Bull left at an unknown time before 12:21 pm.


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        Haldeman's schedule
             -Reception for 1972 election supporters
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                                                (rev. June-08)

                                                                             Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)


        Second term reorganization
             -Byers
                   -Life magazine
                   -Ziegler’s recommendation
                   -Relationship with the President’s family
                          -Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Mrs. Nixon
                   -Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s view
                   -Mrs. Nixon’s view
                   -David Eisenhower’s view
                   -Tricia Nixon Cox’s view
             Sauna [?]
                   -Cost

Rebozo entered at 12:21 pm.

Haldeman left at 12:22 pm.


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        House purchase
             -Rebozo
             -Price
             -Note to Bull

Manolo Sanchez entered at an unknown time after 2:22 pm.

        Refreshment

Sanchez left at an unknown time before 12:44 pm.

        House purchase
             -Rebozo’s bargaining
                  -Quality
                  -Swimming pool

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                                                                             Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

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                     -[Dwight] David Eisenhower, II
                          -Residence
                                -Ownership
                                -Rent

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                -Secret Service
                      -Trees
                      -Haldeman
                      -Security

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                -David Eisenhower
                      -Congressional race
                            -Pennsylvania
                      -Residence
                -Place to write
                      -The President’s work
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                                       Tape Subject Log
                                         (rev. June-08)

                                                            Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

                        -Speechwriting
             -Price
             -Current owners
                    -Background
             -Privacy
             -Down payment
             -Closing

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Rebozo talked with the White House operator at an unknown time between 12:22 pm and 12:44
pm.

[Conversation No. 824-2D]

[See Conversation No. 34-89]

[End of telephone conversation]

       Shelley A. (Scarney) Buchanan
             -Telephone call
                   -Instructions
                         -Contract


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       House purchase
            -Patio
            -Tour for the President

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Rebozo talked with Buchanan at an unknown time between 12:22 pm and 12:44 pm.
                                                       -46-

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                                                                             Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)


[Conversation No. 824-2E]

[See Conversation No. 34-90]

[End of telephone conversation]

        Shelley Buchanan’s schedule
              -Weather

        White House renovation
             -Refrigerator
                   -Installation
                         -Mrs. Nixon
             -Shelves
                   -Removal
                   -Storage
             -Refrigerator
                   -Installation
                   -Purpose
                         -Kitchen staff
             -Solarium
                   -Furniture
                         -Color
                         -Reclining chair
                         -Chairs at Camp David
                         -Table
                   -Draperies
                   -Bar


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                                                                             Conversation No. 824-2 (cont’d)

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        The President’s schedule
             -Reception for 1972 election supporters

Bull entered at an unknown time after 12:22 pm.

        The President’s schedule
             -Meeting with Ziegler
             -Meeting with Ehrlichman
                   -Budget
                   -Domestic issues
                   -Sallyanne Payton
             -Meeting with Ziegler

Bull left at an unknown time before 12:44 pm.


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        The President’s schedule
             -Tour
                   -Automobile

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Julie Nixon Eisenhower and Rebozo left at 12:44 pm.
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                  NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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