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055-002

Start Date: Thu Apr 22 1971 22:11:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Description: On April 22, 1971, President Richard M. Nixon and Republican congressmen, including Daniel H. Kuykendall, Samuel L. Devine, Elford A. Cederberg, Robert H. Michel, Glenn R. Davis, Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen, Barber B. Conable, Jr., John H. Kyl, John E. Hunt, John H. Buchanan, Jr., William A. Steiger, Burt L. Talcott, Charles E. Wiggins, Louis C. Wyman, John T. Myers, Benjamin B. Blackburn, III, Hamilton Fish, Jr., William L. Dickinson, Clark MacGregor, William E. Timmons, John D. Ehrlichman, and Richard K. Cook, met in the Cabinet Room of the White House at an unknown time between 5:11 pm and 6:41 pm. The Cabinet Room taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 055-002 of the White House Tapes.

744-002

Start Date: Fri Jun 30 1972 12:50:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Description: On June 30, 1972, during a photographic session, President Richard M. Nixon and incumbent Republican senators and representatives as well as Congressional candidates, including Howard H. Baker, Jr., J. Caleb Boggs, Edward W. Brooke, Clifford P. Case, Mark O. Hatfield, Charles H. Percy, Jr., James B. Pearson, John G. Tower, John B. Anderson, Mark Andrews, William Archer, Jr., Leslie C. Arends, John M. Ashbrook, Edward G. Biester, Jr., William G. Bray, Clarence J. Brown, Jr. [?], James T. Broyhill, John H. Buchanan, Jr., J. Herbert Burke, John N. ("Happy") Camp, Elford A. Cederberg, Don H. Clausen, Delwin M. Clawson, James C. Cleveland, Harold R. Collier, Silvio O. Conte, Philip M. Crane, Glenn R. Davis, Edward J. Derwinski, William L. Dickinson, John J. Duncan, Pierre S. duPont, IV, William J. ("Jack") Edwards, John N. Erlenborn, Marvin L. Esch, Paul Findley, Bill Frenzel, H. R. Gross, James R. Grover, Charles S. Gubser, William H. Harsha, James Harvey, H. John Heinz, III, Craig Hosmer, Jack F. Kemp, Daniel Kuykendall, John Kyl, Sherman Lloyd, Manuel Lujan, Jr., James A. McCLure, Jack H. McDonald, Robert C. McEwen, William S. Mailliard, Richard W. Mallary, Robert B. Mathias, David T. Martin, Wiley Mayne, Clarence E. Miller, William E. Minshall, Charles A. Mosher, John T. Myers, Ancher Nelson, Alvin E. O'Konski, Jerry L. Pettis, Walter E. Powell, Albert H. Quie, Thomas F. Railsback, John J. Rhodes, Donald W. Riegle, Jr., Howard W. Robison, Earl B. Ruth, Charles W. Sandman, Jr., John P. Saylor, William J. Scherle, Herman T. Schneebeli, William L. Scott, Joe Skubitz, M. Gene Snyder, Robert H. Steele, Sam Steiger, William A. Steiger, Charles M. Teague, Vernon W. Thomson, Guy Vander Jagt, William C. Wampler, John Ware, Charles W. Whalen, Jr., G. William Whitehurst, Lawrence G. Williams, Robert C. ("Bob") Wilson, Wendall Wyatt, C. W. ("Bill") Young, John M. Zwach, James Abdnor, Alfred Adams, Stockton Adkins, William Armstrong, Charles A. Avarello, Wayne Bobbitt, L. A. ("Skip") Bafalis, Bill Baker, Charles T. Banken, Jr., Raymond E. Barrows, Robin L. Beard, Paul D. Bethel, Allan Bloom, Joseph H. Boyd, Jr., Richard T. Bozzone, Fuller H. Brooks, Bill Brophy, Vernon E. Brown, Frederick D. Bryant, Clair W. Burgener, Carl Butler, Caldwell Butler, Gil Carmichael, Robert Carter, J. C. Carter, Roland S. Catarinella, Charles E. Chase, William Chin-Lee, William Thad Cochran, John B. Conlan, Rodney M. Cook, John W. Cooper, Jr., David R. Countie, Paul W. Cronin, Robert W. Daniel, Jr., Atlee Dodge, Peter V. Domenici, William F. Dowd, James E. Doyle, Jonathan Dugan, Theodore R. Ellsworth, Lewis Emerich, Ernest C. Fackler, Billy Joe Finney, Philip T. Fleuchaus, Richard O. Funsch, John F. Gangemi, Benjamin A. Gilman, Cliff Gosney, James Griffin, Donald W. Gropp, Tennyson Guyer, Jon Haaven, Bruce R. Haller, Robert P. Hanrahan, Peter Hannaford, Phil Hansen, Carol D. Harner, Doug Harlan, James M. Hewgley, Jr., Robert Hirsch, John J. Hoellen, Robert Holcomb, Marjorie S. Holt, Eugene W. Hubler, William H. Hudnut, III, Laban P. Jackson, James D. Johnson, William A. Johnson, Phil Kaelin, Jr., William M. Ketchum, Leonard C. Koldin, Robert B. Lamkin, Jane Pickens Langley, Jesse Ledbetter, II, Thomas Lento, Louise Leonard, Alvin W. Levenhagen, J. Sidi Limehouse, Trent Lott, Rayfield Lundy, Charles D. McAtee, Ronald McDonald, Ronald V. McGrath, Joe McGraw, Nicholas R. Macchio, Jr., Edward R. Madigan, Joseph J. Maraziti, Alfred Marroletti, James G. Martin, Edward J. Mason, Kenneth C. Miller, Donald J. Mitchell, Robert D. Morrow, Joe Neal, Ed Nelson, George M. O'Brien, Standford E. Parris, Gus A. Pedicone, Joseph Pereira, William Pfender, B. Leonard Phillips, Edlo E. Powell, Robert L. Prange, George E. Presson, Bill Reams, Ralph S. Regula, Matthew J. Rinaldo, Ralph Rhoades, Joseph C. Richards, Courtney Roberts, Ronald A. Sarasin, Alfred D. Schiaffo, William Scholes, Dieter J. Schrader, Garth Seehawer, E. G. ("Bud") Shuster, Herbert Edgar Smith, Howard J. Snider, Robert Statchen, Alan Steelman, Wardell F. Steigerwalt, Gregg Tria, Ben Valentine, Carl A. Vergari, John Vickerman, Thomas E. Vilt, John F. Walsh, William F. Walsh, Wayne N. Whatley, Robert K. Wolthuis, Samuel H. Young, Sergio J. Zilli, John E. Nidecker, and Clark MacGregor as well as unknown person(s) [technicians], met in the Oval Office of the White House from 8:50 am to 9:53 am. The Oval Office taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 744-002 of the White House Tapes.

758-017

Start Date: Tue Aug 01 1972 20:57:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Description: On August 1, 1972, President Richard M. Nixon, Richard K. Cook, Max L. Friedersdorf, John E. Nidecker, and incumbent Republican Congressmen and candidates, including John J. Bishop, Jr., William J. Dowd, Howard W. Robison, John N. Erlenborn, John M. Zwach, Elford A. Cederberg, Charles S. Gubser, Philip M. Crane, Charles A. Mosher, Mark Andrews, John J. Duncan, J. Herbert Burke, Paul Findley, John Kyl, Alvin O'Konski, John T. Myers, Manuel Lujan, Jr., Delwin M. Clawson, William Archer, Jr., M. Gene Snyder, Clifford P. Case, Mark O. Hatfield, Edward G. Biester, Jr., Garry E. Brown, Silvio O. Conte, Glenn R. Davis, Edward J. Derwinski, William L. Dickinson, Craig Hosmer, David T. Martin, William E. Minshall, Ancher Nelsen, John J. Rhodes, Philip E. Ruppe, Charles W. Sandman, Jr., John P. Saylor, William Scherle, and White House photographer, met in the Oval Office of the White House from 4:57 pm to 5:17 pm. The Oval Office taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 758-017 of the White House Tapes.

111-003

Start Date: Wed Jan 24 1973 13:36:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Description: On January 24, 1973, President Richard M. Nixon and bipartisan Congressional leaders, including Michael J. ("Mike") Mansfield, Robert C. Byrd, John C. Stennis, John L. McClellan, J. William Fulbright, Henry M. ("Scoop") Jackson, Gale W. McGee, Hugh Scott, Robert P. Griffin, Strom Thurmond, Milton R. Young, George D. Aiken, John G. Tower, Barry M. Goldwater, John J. McFall, Gerald R. Ford, George H. Mahon, Dr. Thomas E. ("Doc") Morgan, Samuel S. Stratton, Joe D. Waggonner, Jr., Leslie C. Arends, William G. Bray, Elford A. Cederberg, William S. Mailliard, Samuel L. Devine, Jack F. Kemp, as well as William E. Timmons, Ronald L. Ziegler, Thomas C. Korologos, and the White House photographer, met in the Cabinet Room of the White House from 8:36 am to 10:49 am. The Cabinet Room taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 111-003 of the White House Tapes.

113-004

Start Date: Fri Jan 26 1973 15:11:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Description: On January 26, 1973, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew and bipartisan Congressional leaders, including George P. Shultz, Michael J. ("Mike") Mansfield, Robert C. Byrd, Hugh Scott, Robert P. Griffin, John L. McClellan, Russell B. Long, Milton R. Young, Wallace F. Bennett, Carl B. Albert, Gerald R. Ford, John J. McFall, George H. Mahon, Wilbur D. Mills, Elford A. Cederberg, Herman T. Schneebeli, John D. Ehrlichman, Herbert Stein, William E. Timmons, Caspar W. ("Cap") Weinberger, Kenneth R. Cole, Jr., Frederic V. Malek, Thomas C. Korologos, and Richard K. Cook, met in the Cabinet Room of the White House at an unknown time between 10:11 am and 11:04 am. The Cabinet Room taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 113-004 of the White House Tapes.

113-005

Start Date: Fri Jan 26 1973 16:12:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Description: On January 26, 1973, President Richard M. Nixon, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, and bipartisan Congressional leaders, including George P. Shultz, Michael J. ("Mike") Mansfield, Robert C. Byrd, Hugh Scott, Robert P. Griffin, John L. McClellan, Russell B. Long, Milton R. Young, Wallace F. Bennett, Carl B. Albert, Gerald R. Ford, John J. McFall, George H. Mahon, Wilbur D. Mills, Elford A. Cederberg, Herman T. Schneebeli, John D. Ehrlichman, Herbert Stein, William E. Timmons, Caspar W. ("Cap") Weinberger, Kenneth R. Cole, Jr., Frederic V. Malek, Phyllis Galanti, Darlene Sadler, Helene Knapp, the White House photographer, and members of the press, met in the Cabinet Room of the White House from 11:12 am to 11:59 am. The Cabinet Room taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 113-005 of the White House Tapes.

124-003

Start Date: Tue May 29 1973 15:06:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Description: On May 29, 1973, President Richard M. Nixon, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, William P. Rogers, Dr. James R. Schlesinger, and bipartisan Congressional leaders, including Hugh Scott, J. William Fulbright, Strom Thurmond, Milton R. Young, W[illiam] Stuart Symington, John L. McClellan, Robert C. Byrd, Carl B. Albert, Gerald R. Ford, Leslie C. Arends, Dr. Thomas E. ("Doc") Morgan, William S. Mailliard, F. Edward H├ębert, George H. Mahon, Elford A. Cederberg, Henry A. Kissinger, Alexander M. Haig, Jr., William E. Timmons, Thomas C. Korologos, and Max L. Friedersdorf, met in the Cabinet Room of the White House from 11:06 am to 12:05 pm. The Cabinet Room taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 124-003 of the White House Tapes.