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Box 1: Activist Groups:
  • Americans for Winning the Peace
  • Citizen's Committee for Postal Reform, Inc.
  • Citizens for Control of Federal Spending
  • Citizens for a New Prosperity
  • Citizens Committee to Safeguard America
  • National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia
  • Tell It to Hanoi Committee
Box 2: Alioto, Joseph:
  • Alioto case- LOOK
  • Alioto
  • Correspondence
  • Darrell Salomin- Aff'd 2/23/71
  • Table of Federal/State cooperation
  • LOOK interrogatories- Justice Department
  • Chronology of significant dates
  • Keith Dysart- news clips
  • Government reports given to LOOK reporters
  • Charles Bates (Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent) deposition 7/16/73
  • Walter Morgan- deposition 3/1/71
  • William Rehnquist- statement before Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights 3/9/71
  • Answer to interrogatory re identification of agencies' reports used
  • Ray Taliferro- affidavit 2/23/71
  • Affidavit: Stefan J. Albrecht 2/16/71
  • Deposition of Herbert K. Mudd, Jr. 1/5/71
  • Alioto- statement before Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights 3/3/71
  • Slade Gordon- deposition 4/12/71
  • Slade Gordon- deposition 4/9/71
Box 3: Alioto, Joseph:
  • Federal statutes and regulations prohibiting disclosure of confidential file and records of government agencies
  • Newspaper clippings
  • Alioto, Joseph
  • Excerpts of testimony of Jack Armstrong-FBI agent 7/17/71
  • Rebuttal to LOOK article
  • chronological list- long distance calls from author's home telephones April-September 1969
  • LOOK article and contrasting affidavit of Martin Goldman
  • "Badger" letter and possibly related testimony
  • Application for orders pursuant to CCP 2034(a)
  • Letter of author Richard Carlson to LOOK ed. Martin Goldman
  • Excerpts from affidavit of Martin Goldman, ed. LOOK
  • Indictment
  • Motion to dismiss indictment
  • John Mitchell- deposition, 7/2/73
  • Egil (Bud) Krogh- deposition, 7/3/73
  • Henry Peterson- deposition, 7/3/73
  • Undated- Caulfield/Krogh- Caulfield's position at ATF, memo from (b)(7)(C) to Rossides re interview of (b)(7)(C), (11/9/70)
  • 5/24/71- bam/Santarelli- call from Liddy re Rossides
  • 3/13/72, Shephard/Krogh- meeting with Under Secretary Walker re drugs and Rossides
  • 5/20/72, Krogh/Schultz- Rossides; Assistant Secretary of Treasury for Enforcement Operations
  • 5/18/72, Shephard/Krogh- Gene Rossides
  • Undated- unmarked- Treasury's (Rossides') recalcitrance
  • 5/22/72, Krogh/Schultz- Eugene Rossides, Assistant Secretary of Treasury for Enforcement Operations
  • 4/7/71, Barth/Krogh- Don Bacon memo from Geibel to Assistant Commissioner re "Nashville Intelligence Division Internal audit report"
  • 9/21/70, Krogh/Barth- Internal Revenue Service (IRS) ruling, letter to Krogh from Ellis re tax exempt ruling on bonds for electricity generating projects
  • 7/20/72, Saundra/Melinda- Dr. Clapp, note to Krogh from Hullin, note to Hullin from Barth, Letter to Barth from Harriman
  • 8/26/71, Barth- Walters appointment of William Loeb as Deputy Commissioner of IRS, concerns Democratic control of IRS
  • Undated- Krogh's notes of conversation with Barth re Dickey, Pollner and Liddy
  • 2/26/71, Malek/John Connally- reports on leading candidates for IRS Commissioner: Semmer, Webster, Roberts
  • 2/18/71, Bob Martin/Malek-key reference checks on Donald Semmer, candidate for Comm. of IRS
  • 3/1/71, Krogh/Ehrlichman-IRS Commissioner
  • 2/5/71, Krogh/Ehrlichman-Roger Barth, memo from Barth dated 1/27/71 re Deputy Commissioner for Policy
  • 12/16/70, Shephard/Krogh- Treasury and IRS memo to Shephard from Krogh, re Treasury and IRS 12/16/70 memo to Haldeman from Malek
  • 9/2/71, Shephard/Krogh- IRS activities
  • 5/28/71, Santella/Reg. Inspec. Mid-Atlantic region- Philadelphia S.F. Program, 6/3/71 note to Krogh from Barth, undated, unaddressed 4p memo
  • 7/29/71, D.O. Cocke/Haigh- Beecher article, note to Nordahl
  • 10/17/69, Hullin/Krogh- Anti-war demonstration memo from Kissinger to Ehrlichman re anti-war demonstration, 10/15/69 [SECRET]
  • 12/3/71, Liddy/Geoff Shephard concept paper for Ores. meeting on Narcotics, Monday NBC-TV 12/6/71
  • 7/29/71, Krogh/Mitchell SALT leak- Beecher story, note from Wood to Tucker, analysis of SALT leak, Beecher article, memo from Krogh to Mitchell (polygraph tests) [CONFIDENTIAL]
  • Undated- Krogh's notes- Office of Economic Opportunity
  • 6/16/70, Colson/Krogh- Botsford financing of ABM Com., release of Hoffa from prison [SECRET]
  • 11/5/71, Krogh/President file- meeting with Ehrlichman, Krogh re drugs in the military
  • 8/23/71, Krogh/President file- President's meeting with Attorney General, Hoover, Ehrlichman, Krogh 5/26/71 re police slayings
  • 8/6/71, Liddy/Krogh- dedication of Kennedy Center; Bernstein Mass
  • 7/28/71, Buchanan/Krogh- Bernstein Mass for Kennedy Center, report on Bernstein from Mardian, note to Liddy from Krogh
  • 3/13/72 W.C. Minnick/Shephard- Rossides memo to CCINC Working Group from Krogh, re appointment of Henry Cox, two excerpts from Working Group meeting minutes
  • Undated- Crucial importance of Dale Program, re drugs
  • Undated- Political importance of drug issue
  • 12/18/72, Alan Dean/Krogh- Confirmation hearing for Under Secretary of Transportation memo to Floto from Kendall re members Senate Commerce Committee
  • 10/9/69, DeLoach/Krogh- letter re American Legion Commander, J. Milton Patrick
  • 12/19/72, Krogh/Dean- personal data statement
  • Undated Caulfield/Krogh- Walker, report on where and how firearms laws might be enforced
  • 1/21/71, Hullin/Krogh- note to Krogh
  • Undated Nixon/Connally- removal of Thrower as IRS Commissioner
  • 6/14/71, Krogh/Ehrlichman- ATFD news article, letter to Connally from Ehrlichman
  • 11/15/72, Krogh/Ehrlichman- Chief Jerry Wilson, Krogh's notes
  • 1/10/73, Sutcliffe/Senator Magnuson- nomination of Krogh to be Under Secretary of Transportation
  • 6/17/70, Thaddeus R. Real/Huston- Domestic Intelligence Operations [SECRET]
  • 9/23/69, Cole/Mitchell- Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and Panther protests
  • 10/31/69, Thomas J. Kelley/Caulfield- demonstrations in Washington, Nov. 13-15, 1969
  • 11/6/69, Caulfield/Ehrlichman- planned violence at November demonstration

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Box 4: Alioto, Joseph:
  • Krogh
    • 12/9/69 Krogh- Huston to Ehrlichman- influence on anti-war movement [CONFIDENTIAL]
    • (b)(7)(C) drug smuggling
    • Anchor Nelson
    • Lt. Walter Minnick assigned to Ehrlichman 9/71
    • Lt. Calley case 5/71 [TOP SECRET]
    • Use of polygraphs 10/71
    • Anti-war movement- Pacif. or Portentous? 12/6/69 [CONFIDENTIAL]
    • Huston to Krogh- FBI information on November Demonstration 11/20/69
    • John Vann- Vietnam 2/15/72
    • Lt. Gen. Davis- Law Enforcement Assistance Administration job 2/3/71
    • Gilbert Hahn- D.C. City Council
    • Judge Harry Anderson- misconduct 8/19/71 [CONFIDENTIAL]
    • Krogh to Ehrlichman- government reorganization 11/5/70 [CONFIDENTIAL]
    • New Haven Black Panther demonstration 5/1/69
    • Kissinger to Ehrlichman- conversation with Califano re demonstration October 15, 1969
    • Demonstration report- Secret Service, September 1969
    • Drescher article on demonstrations March 1970
    • FBI to Krogh- October 3 demonstration October 3, 1970
    • Kent State Justice memo 7/2/7/0
    • Ehrlichman to Nixon memo re remove Thrower (IRS) 1/71
    • Shriver information Vice Presidential campaign
    • Travel expense receipts
    • Work log
    • Krogh to Ehrlichman- Justice Department overhaul 12/4/72
    • Colson to Krogh- support for ABM in return for Hoffa release 6/16/70
    • Liddy to Krogh- dedication of Kennedy Center- Bernstein Mass 8/6/71
    • FBI report demonstration 11/69
    • Memo from Leonard- Palm Beach law suit (Rebozo) 3/5/70
    • Brotherhood
    • New Mobe 11/69
Box 5:
  • Other Miscellaneous Activities
  • Allegations-- Agency Misuse (Source: newsclippings)
  • Agnew, Spiro T.-- IRS Investigation (newsclippings) *
  • Plot v.. Jack Anderson *
  • Anderson, John B. (wiretap)
  • Annenberg, Walter-- IRS Investigation of Tax Affairs
  • Army Intelligence
  • U.S. v. Ayers [See also: Gerald Lefcourt-- wiretap, burglary and arson] *
  • Beard, Dita-- Denial of authorship of ITT memo [See also ITT Task Force]
  • Bellino, Carmen--Allegations of Plans to eavesdrop on Nixon in 1960 Presidential Campaign
  • Berrigan Cases-- Alleged bugging and break-in
  • Brookings Institute-- Burglary/firebomb *
  • Burglary of Six Activist Organizations in 1970
  • Byrne, Judge William-- Ehrlichman's offer of the FBI Directorship; In re: Ellsberg break-in trial
  • Judge Byrne's Telephone records
  • Camden 28
  • Caulfield, John J.-- Burglary
  • Chappaquidick and DeMotte, Cliff-- Alleged snooping by Colson and Hunt
  • Chavez, Cesar-- Justice Department alleged cover-up of assassination attempt
  • (b)(7)(C) and (b)(7)(C) --Alleged meeting with Liddy relating to Muskie candidacy in 1970
  • Chicago Seven-- Burglary [See also: Kinoy, Arthur wiretap] *
  • Chicago Weather People [See also: Warren Wolfson--Burglary] *
  • Chile--Alleged perjury by Government officials concerning U.S. involvement in internal affairs of Chile
  • Chilean Embassy Burglary:
    • Planning and Coordination (1)
    • Investigative Correspondence (2)
    • FBI Requests and Reports re: Burglary of Officials Residences (2)
    • FBI Requests and Reports (2)
    • Documentary Evidence (3)
    • Witness Statements (4)
    • Watergate Special Prosecution Force Interviews (4)
    • FBI Interviews (4)
    • Legal and Factual Analysis (5)
    • Recommendations (6)
Box 6:
  • Connally, John- Joint Committee on Taxation request review of tax affairs
  • Cuba- Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) attempts to invade Cuba with Cuban exiles *
  • Dellinger, David T., et. al.- See also: Chicago Seven
  • Democratic National Committee Headquarters Miami Office- in re: alleged wiretaps by Republicans *
  • Detroit Thirteen- see also: Lefcourt, Gerald
  • Diem Cables:
    • Planning and Coordination [empty]
    • Investigative correspondence
    • Documentary Evidence
    • Witness statements
    • FBI statements
    • Senate statements
    • Watergate Special Prosecution Force interviews
    • Legal and Factual analysis
    • Recommendations
    • [For cables, see boxes 7 and 8]
  • Ellsberg v. Mitchell, et al; see also: U.S. v. Russo and U.S. v. Ehrlichman, et al (other Fielding break-in cases)
  • Ellsberg, Daniel- alleged interception of communications (victim)
  • Ellsberg, Daniel- Mill Valley, California-burglary *
  • Gainesville 8-see also: Vietnam Veterans Against the War
  • Richard Gerstein- burglary- see also: Carol Scott and VVAW
  • Greenspun, Henry-burglary:
    • Notes
    • FBI communications
    • Press clippings
    • R. Bennett
    • Katherine Comer
    • W. Gay
    • H. Greenspun
    • Jack Real
    • B. Shemmer
    • R. Winte
    • Nevada State Gaming Commission and Greenspun safe burglary
  • Harris, Patricia R.- burglary- see also: Shriver, R. Sargent- burglary
  • Harris, William R.- burglary/wiretap
  • Hart, John- theft of rolodex an file drawer from office; tax audit
  • Hoffa, James R.- release from prison
  • Hoover, J. Edgar- burglary *
  • Hunt, E. Howard- allegation that Hunt's home was broken into on either December 7,8,9, 1972
  • IBM stock and "Bebe" Rebozo
  • Independent Church of God- tax exempt status for phony church headed by Frank Sturgis
Box 7:
  • Diem Cables Seized From E. Howard Hunt's Safe-Files 1 to 4

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Box 8:
  • Diem Cables Seized From E. Howard Hunt's Safe-Files 5 to 6
Box 9:
  • Institute for Policy Studies- burglary, wiretaps-see also: Misuse of IRS and tax exempt organizations- IPS *
  • Intelligence Evaluation Committee [TOP SECRET]
  • Copy of Mardian files
  • Intelligence Evaluation Committee
  • Huston Plan [empty]
  • (b)(7)(C)
  • ITT-IRS revoking of 1969 tax ruling that led to merger with Hartford Fire Insurance Co. *
  • Kent State
  • Kinoy, Arthur-possible wiretap-see also: Chicago Seven-burglary
  • Kraft, Joseph:
    • Kraft, Joseph-top secret
    • Caulfield
    • Ehrlichman
    • Davies, John
    • (b)(7)(C)
    • (b)(7)(C)
    • Kraft, Joseph
  • Murphy [empty]
  • Ragan
  • Correspondence
  • FBI requests
  • FBI reports [TOP SECRET]
  • Legal
  • Kraft wiretap closing memo
  • Joe Kraft columns

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Box 10:
  • Kuttner, Bob- allegations concerning White House misuse of IRS
  • Laxalt, Paul- Senator Bayh call to Ruth re: Miscellaneous activities relating to Laxalt, Hughes, and Mitchell
  • Lefcourt, Gerald- burglary, wiretap, arson- see also: Detroit 13 (alleged illegal activities) and U.S. v. Ayers (non-Watergate Special Prosecution Force cases)
  • Levin, Arthur- dismissal from ACTION for alleged insubordination
  • Lowenstein, Al- alleged harassment by various government personnel- see also: OML (other matters and cases not related to a task force)
  • Lundgren, Dr. John C.- burglary
  • Mafia and Teamsters- allegations of White House connections
Box 11: Martinez Diary Investigation:
  • Planning and coordination [empty]
  • Investigative correspondence
  • Documentary evidence
  • FBI statements
  • Watergate Special Prosecution Force interviews
  • Witness statements
  • Legal and factual analysis
  • Recommendations
Box 12:
  • McGovern campaign headquarters
  • Metzenbaum, Senator Howard-IRS audit
  • Moore, Arch (Governor)
  • Movie industry
  • Muskie Campaign Headquarters
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Legal Defense Fund- burglary- see also: Ellsberg/Fielding break-in *
  • Nader, Ralph v. IRS, Walters, and Schultz- FOIA complaint requesting an injunction in matter
  • National Committee Against Repressive Legislation
  • Nixon, Donald- wiretap/bugging
  • Donald Nixon tap- press
  • Ogilvie, Richard B. and John Mitchell- alleged conspiracy to obstruct justice
  • Olhausen (complaint re: Hampton-CSC)
  • Operation Leprechaun- Other matters, IRS
  • Operation Sandwedge- see also: Caulfield Activities #3 [empty]
  • Operation Sunshine
  • Panama- Low-level White House aides suggested caper to assassinate Omar Torrijos, Panama's President
  • Phillips, Randolph- interceptions of communications
  • Porterfield, Robet M.- allegation of misuse of FBI files
  • Potomac Associates
  • (b)(7)(C) (FBI report dated 10/12/73)
  • Rather, Dan- burglary *
  • Riland, Dr. W. Kenneth- IRS audit
  • Schemmer, et al v. Grosset, et al- see also: Greenspun burglary
  • Scott, Carol- see also: Gerstein, Richard and VVAW
  • Seattle Seven- burglary
  • Shriver, R. Sargent- burglary (Harris, Patricia R.)
  • Siddell, Anthony E.- burglary see also: Vietnam Veterans Against the War and Gainesville 8
Box 13:
  • Stock gifts-tax on stock gifts and sales (newsclippings)
  • Strauss, Robert S.- burglary
  • Tax Reform Research Group v. IRS (FOIA) [ 2 files]
  • Tax liability for money given to Watergate defendants (newsclippings)

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Box 14:
  • Unitarian Church/Beacon Press--Allegation of Justice
  • Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW):
    • General
    • Fernandez, Pablo- VVAW
    • Lindley, Forrest
    • Rohan, Angelica-statement on "Watergate"
    • Barbara Stocking
    • James Mahoney
    • James McCord
    • VVAW- press
    • Prosecutorial Misconduct memo
    • Grand jury charges- Count one
    • Prosecutorial Misconduct memo- Exhibit A
    • Article on informer- Exhibit B
    • Donner article on Lemmer- Exhibit C
    • Barbara Stocking- affidavit- Exhibit D
    • Deposition of Martin Jordan- Exhibit E
    • Deposition of Don Dormer- Exhibit F
    • Deposition of James McCord- Exhibit G
    • Motions re government misconduct- Exhibit H
    • Democratic Convention resolution re VVAW 7/13/72- Exhibit I
    • Atlanta Constitution article 7/12/72- Exhibit J
    • Newsweek article 7/31/72- Exhibit K
    • Atlanta Monthly article October 1972- Exhibit L
    • Siddell affidavit 6/16/73- Exhibit M
    • Government (FBI) affidavit 6/19/73- Exhibit N
    • Affidavit of Carol Wild Scott- Exhibit O
    • Government (FBI) affidavit 6/15/73- Exhibit P
    • Miami Herald article 5/23/73- Exhibit Q
    • Miami Herald article 5/26/73- Exhibit R
    • Miami Herald article 5/27/73- Exhibit S
    • Miami Herald article 6/8/73- Exhibit T
    • Miami Herald article 6/8/73- Exhibit U
    • Government response to motion for disclosure- Exhibit W
    • Rief affidavit re electronic surveillance- Exhibit X
    • Kniffin affidavit- Exhibit Y
    • Patterson affidavit- Exhibit Z
    • Motion to reopen- Exhibit AA
    • Motion to reopen- Exhibit BB
    • Second supplemental motion- Exhibit CC
    • Mahoney affidavit- Exhibit CC
    • Order- Exhibit DD
    • News articles- attachments to pleadings or affidavits
    • Goodwin affidavit
    • Affidavit of Peter P. Mahoney 5/21/73
    • Court filings in U.S. v. John K. Briggs [Gainesville 8]
    • Extra copies of article attached as exhibits to prosecutorial misconduct memo and/or to Mahoney's 24pp affidavit of 5/21/73 and extra copies of a few pleadings
    • Excerpts of McCord testimony

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Box 15:
  • Department violation of First Amendment Freedoms
  • U.S. v. Vollmer, et. al.-- New York, Illegal Deductions of Political campaign contributions
  • Wadi, Dr. Seife-Burglary *
  • (b)(7)(C) -- IRS Audit
  • Wolfson, Warren-- Burglary [See also: Chicago Weather People] *
  • Washburn and Henderson-- Citizen's call making allegations
  • Washington Free Press *
  • Washington Metropolitan Police Department:
    • Investigative Correspondence (2)
    • Documentary Evidence (3)
    • Witness Statements (4)
    • Recommendations (6)
  • Weicker and Ervin Matters-- Alleged attempts by White House to discredit Senator Lowell Weicker and Sam Ervin
  • White House Directed Campaign Activities:
    • PLM-W-- Investigative Correspondence (2)
    • PLM-W-- Documentary Evidence/Summaries (3)
    • PLM-W-- Evidence re: Defense Plant Leaflets (3)
Box 16: White House Directed Campaign Activities:
  • Evidence:
    • Re CRP/RNC mailing using State Department labels
    • Reports of Committee on Post Office and Civil Service
    • Documentary evidence/summaries
    • Re Wagner and Baroody
    • Baroody Grand Jury exhibits
    • Robin Ficker letter
    • White House documents-Black campaign documents
  • Witness statements:
    • FBI statements [empty]
    • Senate statements [empty]
    • Watergate Special Prosecution Force statements
    • Grand jury testimony
    • Kennedy letter to New Hampshire voters- Robin ficker
    • Colson's recruitment of homosexuals
  • Legal and Factual analysis
  • Recommendations
  • Trial strategy

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Box 17: Wagner/Baroody Documents:
  • Republican National Committee on Arrangements- 1972 Convention
  • Republican National Committee- George Bush drafts
  • Republican National Committee- Proposal and agreement; correspondence; statements
  • Republican National Committee- Janet J. Johnson drafts
  • Republican National Committee on Arrangements- convention correspondence
  • Republican National Committee- 1972 Convention program
  • Republican National Committee- Convention Platform Committee-1972
  • Republican National Committee- speeches 1972
  • Republican National Committee- Nixon Portfolio presentation 1972
  • Democrats for Nixon; Democratic Mayors' Press Conference 8/7/72
  • Republican National Committee- Nixon years
  • Republican National Committee- Resumes
  • Committee for the Re-election of the President- statements
  • Republican National Committee- Inauguration 1973
Box 18: Wagner/Baroody Documents:
  • Bank statements and checks 8/1-10/1/71
  • Check stubs 8/1-10/1/71
  • Paid bills, including petty cash 8/1-10/1/71
  • Cash disbursement ledger 6/1-12/31/71
  • Personal financial records- Joseph D. Baroody
  • General ledger 6/1-12/31/71
  • Job record 10/11/72
  • Job record 10/27/72
  • Job record 10/18/72
  • Job #9-27
  • Job #9-28
  • Job #9-26
  • Job #9-29
  • Job #12-38
  • Job #9-25
  • Job #10-87
  • Job #2-83
  • Job record 5/10/72
  • Job record 6/1/72
  • Job record 10/11/72
  • Job record 8/17/72
  • Job record 10/11/72
  • Job record 10/11/72
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