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NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF
Tape Subject Log

(rev. Nov-03)





Conversation No. 766-1


Date: August 10, 1972

Time: Unknown between 4:44 pm and 4:46 pm

Location: Oval Office
The President met with an unknown man.
The President's schedule

-Meeting with John D. Ehrlichman

-Meeting with Rose Mary Woods

-Timing
The unknown man left at an unknown time before 4:46 pm.


Conversation No. 766-2


Date: August 10, 1972

Time: 4:46 pm - 5:07 pm

Location: Oval Office
The President met with Rose Mary Woods.
Woods's health

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BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 2

[Personal returnable]

[Duration: 1m 59s ]
END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 2
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Public relations

-R. Sargent Shriver

-Robert F. Kennedy’s alleged wiretapping

-Lyndon B. Johnson

-Appointment as Ambassador to France
Personnel

-Justice Department and Internal Revenue Service [IRS]

-1960 campaign

-Unknown person’s handling of International Telephone and Telegraph [ITT] funds

-John F. Kennedy and Johnson

-Joseph P. Kennedy’s view

-IRS staff

-Woods’s view


Charles G. (“Bebe”) Rebozo

-Unknown person


1972 election

-Campaign financing

-List of contributors to George S. McGovern’s campaign

-Possible strategy

-Woods’s conversations with Robert H. Finch and Jeremiah Milbank

-April 7, 1972 reporting deadline

-Amount of contributions

-Possible leak

-Max Palevsky

John D. Ehrlichman entered at 4:50 pm.

The President’s forthcoming meeting with Jim Brown

-Brown's appearance

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BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 3

[Personal returnable]

[Duration: 43s ]

END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 3


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A letter from Allen J. Ellender's staff

-The President's trip Ellender’s funeral

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BEGIN WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 4

[Personal returnable]

[Duration: 2m 17s ]
END WITHDRAWN ITEM NO. 4
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A letter from Mary [?] Hendricks

-Shreveport Times

-William E. Timmons

-Shreveport Times

-Ewing family

-Compared to William Loeb [Manchester Union Leader]
Department of Treasury medallions

-Thelma C. (“Pat”) Nixon


[Dictabelts?]

-Wodds’s possible transcription

-An unknown person's suggestion

-Possible accidental destruction


Brown, John L. Wilkes, and Stanley S. Scott entered and Woods left at 4:56 pm.
Greetings
Brown's movies
The President's previous meeting with Brown

-Brown’s induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame

-1960
Photograph session
Brown's activities

-Physical fitness

-Minority business
Minority businesses

-Washington, DC

-Car dealerships

-Government aid

-Peter G. Peterson

-Ehrlichman

-Domestic council

-Leon H. Sullivan

-Urban League

-Wilkes


-Robert J. Brown

-Vernon E. Jordan, Jr.


Gifts

-Cuff links


John N. Mitchell

-Jim Brown's previous conversation with Mitchell

-Ed Walsh

-Brown’s view

-Health

-Golf
Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 4:56 pm.


Photograph session
Bull left at an unknown time before 5:02 pm.
Jim Brown's physical condition

-Weight
Ollie Matson

-Football career

Football from 1969 Pro Bowl


Washington Redskins
The President's thanks for Jim Brown's support
Herbert G. Klein

-Introduction to Jim Brown

Robert F. Kennedy Stadium
Jim Brown, Wilkes, and Scott left at 5:02 pm.
Peterson

-Bull


-Forthcoming meeting between Peterson and Brown
Jim Brown

-Lifestyle

-H.R. (“Bob”) Haldeman’s conversation with the President

-Edward M. Kennedy

-Compared to Al Capp

-The President’s view

-Ehrlichman’s view

-Example for young blacks

-Support for the President

-Assistance for Jim Brown


Blacks

-Patois


-Ehrlichman’s view
George W. Romney

-Forthcoming meeting with the President

-Ehrlichman's previous talk with Leonore L. Romney

-[George Romney’s trip to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania]

-Television appearance

-Ehrlichman’s previous talk with Leonore Romney


Bull entered at an unknown time after 5:02 pm.
[The President’s forthcoming meeting with the Cost of Living Council [COLC]]
Bull left at an unknown time before 5:07 pm.
Food prices

-The President's forthcoming meeting [with the COLC]

-Ehrlichman’s view

-Briefing by the COLC

-View of the COLC

-Ehrlichman’s view

-Camp David

-Public relations issues

-John B. Connally's proposals

-Arthur F. Burns's proposals

-Herbert Stein's view

-Political acumen


George Romney

-Forthcoming meeting with the President

-[Situation in Wilkes-Barre]

-Milton J. Shapp

-Military

-Additional employees for the Department of Housing and Urban Development [HUD]

-Caspar W. (“Cap”) Weinberger
The President and Ehrlichman left at 5:07 pm.

Conversation No. 766-4


Date: August 10, 1972

Time: Unknown between 5:07 pm and 6:29 pm

Location: Oval Office

Alexander P. Butterfield met with an unknown person.

The President’s location


The unknown person left at an unknown time before 6:29 pm.

Conversation No. 766-3


Date: August 10, 1972

Time: Unknown between 6:29 pm and 6:33 pm

Location: Oval Office
The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield.
Items for the President’s signature
The President and Butterfield left at 6:33 pm.

Conversation No. 766-5


Date: August 10, 1972

Time: Unknown between 6:33 pm and 7:10 pm

Location: Oval Office
An unknown person [Secret Service agent] talked with an unknown person.
[Conversation No. 766-5A]
The President’s location

-Residence


[End of telephone conversation]


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