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Date: 
Dec 16, 1972
Location: 
Oval Office
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-1NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08)
Conversation No. 825-1 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 9:15 am and 9:37 am Location: Oval Office The President met with an Zosimo T. Monson. Rose Mary Woods’s and Marjorie P. Acker’s schedules Monson left at an unknown time before 9:37 am.
Conversation No. 825-2 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 9:15 am and 9:37 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Zosimo T. Monson. Rose Mary Woods’s and Marjorie P. Acker’s schedules Monson left and Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 9:15 am. Woods’s and Acker’s schedules -Christmas cards Copies of letters Elmer H. Bobst Library dedication -The President’s letter to Bobst -Delivery -Julie Nixon Eisenhower’s trip to New York -Instruction on copies -The President’s file
-2NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-2 (cont’d) -Rose Mary Woods Bull left at an unknown time before 9:37 am.
Conversation No. 825-3 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 9:15 am and 9:37 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull. The President’s schedule -Meeting with Vice President Spiro T. Agnew -Request -Agnew’s telephone call to H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman -Timing -Henry A. Kissinger’s briefing -Kissinger’s meeting with Anatoliy F. Dobrynin -Residence -Timing -Alexander M. Haig, Jr.’s or Kissinger’s attendance -Haldeman’s view -Duration -Timing -The President’s meeting with Kissinger -Message for Agnew -Breakfast meeting -Kissinger’s meeting with Dobrynin Bull left at an unknown time before 9:37 am.
-3NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08)
Conversation No. 825-4 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: 9:37 am - 9:50 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Alexander M. Haig, Jr. Vietnam negotiations -Kissinger’s meeting with Anatoliy F. Dobrynin -Status of talks -Threat -Soviet Union concern -Breakdown in talks -Delay -Vice President Spiro T. Agnew -Meeting with the President -Timing -Kissinger’s briefing -Conversation with Kissinger -Briefing by Kissinger -Conversation with Kissinger -Kissinger’s briefing -Nguyen Van Thieu -Possible trip to Saigon with Haig -Stalemate -Cut off of US funds -“Dove” line -Meeting with the President -Relations with the US -Agnew -Barry M. Goldwater’s view -Letter to Haig -Charles H. Percy Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 9:37 am. The President’s memorandum to Kissinger
-4NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-4 (cont’d) Bull left at an unknown time before 9:50 am. Vietnam negotiations -Congressional relations -Thieu -Goldwater’s view -Settlement agreement -Percy -Cut off of US funds -Thieu -Agnew -Conversation with Haig, Kissinger -Possible trip to Saigon -Kissinger’s briefing -North Vietnam Bull entered and left at an unknown time before 9:50 am. Vietnam negotiations -Kissinger’s briefing -The President’s memorandum to Kissinger, December 15, 1972 -Tone -Richard M. Helm’s conversation with Kissinger -The President’s memorandum, December 16, 1972 -Copy for Kissinger -The President’s possible role -Pace of talks -Enemy buildup -October 8, 1972 -Kissinger’s “peace is at hand” statement, October 26, 1972 -Technical details -Settlement agreement -Long war, short peace -Exchange of messages -Resumption of war -Duration of talks -Casualties -US, North and South Vietnam -North Vietnam’s delays
-5NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-4 (cont’d) -Settlement agreement -Timing -Prisoners of War [POWs] -Casualties -US, South and North Vietnam -Enemy buildup -Delays -North and South Vietnam -Cease-fire -South Vietnam’s self-determination -Battlefield to ballot box -The President’s memorandum, December 15, 1972 -Prolonging war and talks -Resumption of talks -US military action -Air and sea -Enemy buildup -Haig’s view -Helms’s view -Thieu -Haig’s trip to South Vietnam -Announcement -Agnew -Intentions -Meeting with the President -Compared to the President’s meeting with William P. Rogers -The President’s May 8, 1972 decision -Kissinger’s briefing -The President’s schedule -Meeting with Kissinger -Tone -The President’s memorandum, December 15, 1972 -Kissinger’s demeanor -The President’s conversation with Kissinger, December 14, 1972 -Breakdown in talks -The President’s memorandum, December 15, 1972 -Kissinger’s view
-6NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-4 (cont’d) -Haig’s view -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel -Public relations [PR] -Kissinger’s view -Demonstrations -White House -Haig’s view -Breakdown in talks -Press relations -North Vietnam -B-52s -Eastern Establishment The President’s schedule -Meeting with Agnew -Duration -Kissinger’s schedule -Dobrynin -Note from Haig -Meeting with the President Haig left at 9:50 am.
Conversation No. 825-5 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 9:50 am and 9:58 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull. The President’s schedule -Meeting with Vice President Spiro T. Agnew -Alexander M. Haig, Jr. -Henry A. Kissinger’s schedule -Note from Haig
-7NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-5 (cont’d) The President’s memorandum to Kissinger -Change Bull left at an unknown time before 9:58 am.
Conversation No. 825-6 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: 9:58 am - 10:46 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Henry A. Kissinger.
Vietnam negotiations -Kissinger’s schedule -Meeting with Anatoliy F. Dobrynin -Summary -Dobrynin’s schedule -Return to Moscow -The President’s meeting with Vice President Spiro T. Agnew -Nguyen Van Thieu -Kissinger’s briefing -North Vietnam -Agnew’s view -Congressional relations -Cut off of US funds -The President’s strategy -Conversations with Agnew -Kissinger’s briefing of Agnew -Agnew’s possible trips -The President’s policies -Agnew’s view -Agnew’s request for a meeting with the President -The President’s meeting with Agnew -Congressional relations -Cut off of US funds
-8NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-6 (cont’d) -Status of talks -Disagreements with Thieu -Cabinet -Points of view -Kissinger’s briefing of Agnew -Kissinger’s conversations with the President -Kissinger’s meeting with Dobrynin -Dobrynin’s return to Moscow -Timing -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Timing Presidency -Agnew -Nelson A. Rockefeller -John B. Connally -Ronald W. Reagan -Rockefeller -Age -Connally Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 9:58 am. The President’s schedule -Meeting with Agnew Agnew entered and Bull left at 10:01 am. Clothing -Agnew -Tennis -The President -Sweaters -Golf -Agnew -Frank Nixon -Sweaters Vietnam negotiations
-9NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-6 (cont’d) -Kissinger’s briefing of Agnew -Kissinger’s briefing -Timing -Congressional relations -Charles McC. Mathias, Jr. -Adlai E. Stevenson, III -Charles H. Percy -Cut off of US aid -Prerogatives -Mathias, Stevenson -US Constitution -Thieu -George S. McGovern’s views -W[illiam] Averell Harriman’s views -Cut off of US funds -Possible coup -Ngo Dinh Diem -US bombing north of 20th Parallel -Press relations -Recent article -Kissinger’s forthcoming briefing -North Vietnam’s duplicity -Tactics -Introduction and withdrawal of new issues -Settlement agreement -Reopening of settled issues -US-South Vietnam relations -Thieu -Possible meeting with US -Duration and effect of war -Thieu’s constituency -Cooperation -North Vietnamese takeover of South Vietnam -Settlement agreement -The President’s letter to Thieu -US support, empathy, friendship -Delays -Blame -North Vietnam
-10NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-6 (cont’d) -The President’s instructions to Kissinger -Paris -Concerns -Ellsworth F. Bunker’s report -Tenure -Diem -Congressional relations -Thieu -Prisoners of War [POWs] -Return -Timing -Christmas -Cut off of US aid -The President’s letter to Thieu -Right-wing -US-North Vietnam bilateral deal -Thieu -POWs -US-North Vietnam bilateral deal -POWs for US withdrawal and cessation of bombing, mining -Cut off of US aid to South Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand -Thieu -Survival -Cut off of US aid -Coup -Settlement agreement -US involvement -Settlement agreement -Thieu’s opposition -Withdrawal of North Vietnamese troops from South Vietnam -Cease-fire in place -Political statement -POWs -Cease-fire -Laos, Cambodia -Political settlement -South Vietnam -Thieu -Population retention
-11NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-6 (cont’d) -Retention -National Council of National Reconciliation and Concord [NCRC] -Tripartite structure -Election -Unanimity -Veto -US military supply replacements -Thieu -The President’s meeting with Nguyen Phu Duc, November 29-30, 1972 -North Vietnamese troops in South Vietnam -Thieu’s position -US-North Vietnam bilateral deal -POWs -US economic aid and military aid -Congressional relations -Political settlement -North Vietnam -POWs -Thieu’s retention -Elections -North Vietnamese troops in South Vietnam -Soviet Union -People’s Republic of China [PRC] -Kissinger’s and the President’s recent conversations with Dobrynin -Soviet Union -PRC -Aid to North Vietnam -South Vietnam -Compared to South Korea -Armies -US military aid -Settlement agreement -Thieu -Withdrawal of North Vietnamese troops from South Vietnam -South Vietnam sovereignty -Government of Vietnam [GVN] -US recognition -US military aid
-12NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-6 (cont’d) -North Vietnam’s position -Thieu’s position -Improvements -Number -Kissinger’s trip to Paris -December 4-5, 1972 -Thieu -Agnew’s possible trip to Saigon -Congressional relations -Cut off of aid -October 8, 1972 agreement -North Vietnam’s position -Effect -Improvements -Cosmetic changes -NCRC -North Vietnam’s concession -Paris talks -Briefings -Frequency -Radio Saigon -North Vietnam’s withdrawal of concessions -October 8, 1972 agreement -Yalta agreement -Winston S. Churchill’s account -Alger Hiss’s account -Soviet Union -Poland -Elections -Czechoslovakia -Settlement agreement -Enforcement -North Vietnamese infiltration -Supervisory board -US bombing of North Vietnam -US-Soviet Union relations -US-PRC relations -US-North Vietnam relations -Economic aid
-13NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-6 (cont’d) -Congressional relations -Percy -Mathias -Primary -Opposition -Charles E. Goodall -North Vietnam’s delays -Kissinger’s trip to Paris -Christmas -US bombing of North Vietnam -Pace, timing -Settlement agreement -Cut off of US aid -US bombing of North Vietnam -Goldwater -South Vietnam -“Doves” -“Doves” -Kissinger’s briefing -Communist duplicity -Settlement agreement -Disagreement with South Vietnam -Thieu -Congressional relations -POWs -No political settlement -POWs, missing in action [MIAs] for cessation of US bombing, mining and withdrawal -Timing -US economic and military aid to South Vietnam -Communist aid to North Vietnam -POWs for US withdrawal -US withdrawal -Continuation -Paris -North Vietnam -Duration -Conditions -North Vietnam
-14NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-6 (cont’d) -US military action -Kissinger’s briefing of Agnew -Demonstrations -Thieu -Possible meeting with Alexander M. Haig, Jr. -Tone -Conciliation -Relations with US -US withdrawal -Public relations [PR] -Settlement agreement -Cosmetic changes -North Vietnam -Agnew’s possible trip to Saigon -Timing -North Vietnam -Demilitarized Zone [DMZ] -Publicity -North Vietnam’s withdrawal of concession -The President’s meetings with Duc -NCRC -US bombing of North Vietnam -NCRC -Election -Veto -Settlement agreement -North Vietnam’s motives -Congressional reconvention, January 3, 1973 -Effect of US bombing, mining -Congressional relations -Cut off of US aid -Stevenson, Mathias -North Vietnam’s tactics -Concessions -Thieu -October 1972 -November 7, 1972 [US election] deadline -Delays -Compared to settlement agreement
-15NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-6 (cont’d) -Message -US -Settlement agreement -Pressure on North Vietnam -Soviet Union, PRC -Military situation -US military action -Thieu -Agnew’s possible trip to Saigon -The President’s conversation with Kissinger -PR -Polls -Imposition of communist or coalition government in South Vietnam -Kissinger’s conversations with [Bui Diem] -The President’s meetings with Duc -Settlement agreement -Phrasing -NCRC -Analysis -Agnew’s view Bull entered at an unknown time after 10:01 am. The President’s schedule -Haig Bull left at an unknown time before 10:35 am. Vietnam negotiations -Thieu -PR -Congressional relations -Cut off of US aid -Coup Bull entered at an unknown time after 10:01 am. The President’s memorandum to Kissinger
-16NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-6 (cont’d) -Kissinger’s office The President’s schedule -Meeting with Kissinger Agnew’s schedule Bull left at an unknown time before 10:35 am. Kissinger’s briefing -Timing -The President’s meeting with Kissinger Kissinger left at an unknown time before 10:35 am. Vietnam negotiations -Thieu -Relations with US -Separate peace -US military action -Timing -Christmas -Congressional relations -Cut off of US funds -Kissinger’s possible briefings -Timing -Congressional reconvention -Kissinger’s briefing -Status of talks -Timing -US military action -North Vietnam -Cut off of US aid -Administration action -Economic and military aid to South Vietnam -Thieu -Agnew’s concern -Kissinger’s briefing of Agnew
-17NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-6 (cont’d) Kissinger entered and Agnew left at 10:35 am. Vietnam negotiations -Kissinger’s briefing -North Vietnam, Communists -Richard M. Helms’s conversation with Kissinger -Tone -The President’s memorandum to Kissinger -Copy for Kissinger -Editing -Pace of talks -Enemy buildup -US bombing of North Vietnam -Press relations -Recent article -October 8, 1972 -Kissinger’s “peace is at hand” statement, October 26, 1972 -Technical details -Settlement agreement -Long war, short peace -Exchange of message -Resumption of war -Duration of talks -Casualties -US, North and South Vietnam -North Vietnam’s delays -Settlement agreement -Timing -POWs -Casualities -US -Cease-fire -South and North Vietnam -Enemy buildup -Delays -North and South Vietnam -Cease-fire -South Vietnam’s self-determination -Battlefield to ballot box
-18NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-6 (cont’d) -Prolonging war and talks -Resumption of talks -US military action -Air and sea -Enemy buildup -Haig’s view -Kissinger’s view -Settlement agreement -Delays -North and South Vietnam -Tilt against Hanoi -Prolonging war and talks -Meeting with the President -Briefing from Kissinger -Kissinger’s conversation with H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman -Meeting with the President -Congressional relations -Cut off of aid -Blame on Democrats -North Vietnam -Settlement agreement -Timing -1973 Inauguration -Kissinger’s conversation with Dobrynin -Kissinger’s briefing -US military action -Timing -US bombing, mining north of 20th Parallel -Possible reaction -US -North Vietnam -Continuation of war -Duration -Settlement agreement -B-52s -The President’s May 8, 1972 decision -US mining and bombing of North Vietnam -Effect -May 2, 1972
-19NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-6 (cont’d) -Possible duration -March 1973 -Cessation -Bargaining -B-52s -Number -Effect -Hanoi -Kissinger’s briefing -Ronald L. Ziegler’s press conference -B-52s -Number -Defense Department -Weather -Fighters -Enemy buildup -PR -Cambodia -Press relations -Lack of knowledge -Kissinger’s briefing -Possible reaction -Disappointment, sympathy -Peace -Proximity -Hanoi -The President’s meeting with Kissinger Kissinger left at 10:46 am.
Conversation No. 825-7 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 10:46 am and 10:50 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull.
-20NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-7 (cont’d)
H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman’s schedule Rose Mary Woods’s schedule -Julie Nixon Eisenhower The President’s letter to Elmer H. Bobst Julie Nixon Eisenhower The President’s schedule -Meeting with Haldeman Bull left at an unknown time before 10:50 am.
Conversation No. 825-8 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 10:46 am and 10:50 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Manolo Sanchez. The President’s schedule -Executive Office Building [EOB] Sanchez left at an unknown time before 10:50 am.
Conversation No. 825-9 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 10:46 am and 10:50 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull.
-21NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-9 (cont’d) The President’s schedule -Mamie G. D. Eisenhower -H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman’s schedule -Personnel meeting -Meeting with Ronald L. Ziegler Refreshment -Coffee Rose Mary Woods’s office -Telephone call The President’s schedule Bull left at an unknown time before 10:50 am.
Conversation No. 825-10 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: 10:50 am - 11:08 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield. The President’s schedule -Telephone calls -Thomas G. Dunn -The President’s conversation with Thomas G. Dunn, Jr. at reception for 1972 election supporters -Health -Heart surgery -Timing Elmer H. Bobst Library dedication -Possible telephone call to Bobst -Rose Mary Woods’s view -Cabinet members’ schedules
-22NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-10 (cont’d) -Cabinet dinner -The President’s letter to Bobst -Handwriting [Signing documents] Harry S. Truman -Possible death -White House press corps [?] -H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman -The President’s schedule -Church service, December 17, 1972 -John Cardinal Krol -Possible cancellation -Cabinet dinner [Signing documents] Max Lerner Ronald L. Ziegler entered and Butterfield left at an unknown time after 10:50 am. Henry A. Kissinger’s briefing -Ziegler’s conversations with Kissinger The President talked with the White House operator at an unknown time between 10:50 am and 11:08 am. [Conversation No. 825-10A] [See Conversation No. 34-94] [End of telephone conversation] Kissinger’s briefing -Ziegler’s conversations with Kissinger -Timing -Posture -Press relations -Kissinger’s “peace is at hand” statement, October 26, 1972
-23NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-10 (cont’d) -North Vietnam’s delays Second term reorganization -John A. Scali -Announcement -Leaks -Washington Star article -American Broadcasting Company [ABC] -William A. Gill, Jr. -1970 report at United Nations [UN] by Scali -Press relations -William P. Rogers’s view -Press relations -Patrick J. Buchanan’s news summary addendum -Peter J. Brennan -Scali -Brennan -Changes -The President’s conversation with Haldeman -Interior and Labor Departments -Bureaucracy, Executive branch -Franklin D. Roosevelt -Scali -Ethnicity -Religion -Catholicism -Brennan, Roy L. Ash -Scali -Ambassadorship to UN -Ash -Cabinet -Number -Haldeman -Charles W. Colson -Cabinet continuity -Rogers -Cabinet changes -Catholicism -Italian-American [Scali] -Labor leaders [Brennan]
-24NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-10 (cont’d) -Martin P. Durkin -Number -Rogers -Rogers C. B. Morton -Sub-cabinet -Rogers -Richard G. Kleindienst -Morton -George P. Shultz -Treasury Department -Departures -Number -Compared to previous administrations -Cabinet’s regional representation -Department of Housing and Urban Development [HUD] -James T. Lynn -Ohio -The President’s reception for 1972 election supporters -Shultz -Illinois -Massachusetts -California -South Carolina -White House staff cuts -Haldeman -December 16, 1972 article -Timing -Ziegler’s conversation with Haldeman -Percentages -Haldeman’s possible briefing Kissinger’s briefing -Preparation -Ziegler’s role Second term reorganization -Press relations -Cabinet changes -Catholics, Italian-Americans -Under Secretaries and Assistant Secretaries changes
-25NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-10 (cont’d) -Cabinet changes -The President’s role -Haldeman -Garnett D. (“Jack”) Horner -Jerry Greene -Significance -Compared to Under Secretaries and Assistant Secretaries changes -Bureaucracy -Assistant Secretaries and Schedule C -Lyndon B. Johnson’s view -1964 election -John B. Connally -Ambassadors -Ziegler’s staff -William L. Safire Ronald Ziegler left at 11:08 am.
Conversation No. 825-11 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: 11:08 am- 11:09 am Location: Oval Office The President talked with Thomas G. Dunn. [See Conversation No. 34-95]
Conversation No. 825-12 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 11:09 am and 11:25 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Manolo Sanchez and Stephen B. Bull.
-26NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-12 (cont’d) The President’s schedule -Executive Office Building [EOB] -Meeting with Alexander M. Haig, Jr. -Haig’s possible conversation with Henry A. Kissinger -Location -Ronald L. Ziegler’s office Sanchez and Bull left at an unknown time before 11:25 am.
Conversation No. 825-13 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 11:09 am and 11:25 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull. The President’s schedule -Alexander M. Haig, Jr.’s meeting with Henry A. Kissinger Bull left at an unknown time before 11:25 am.
Conversation No. 825-14 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 11:09 am and 11:25 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield. White House social affairs -Cabinet dinner -Seating arrangements -Guest list -Thelma C. (“Pat”) Nixon -Diagram
-27NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08) Conversation No. 825-14 (cont’d) -Mrs. Nixon -Executive Office Building [EOB] Butterfield left at an unknown time before 11:25 am.
Conversation No. 825-15 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 11:09 am and 11:25 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Alexander P. Butterfield. White House social affairs -Cabinet dinner -Number of guests -Number of assistants -Ronald L. Ziegler -William E. Timmons -John D. Ehrlichman -H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman -Henry A. Kissinger -Peter M. Flanigan -Timmons -Ziegler -Robert J. Brown -Reception -Robert J. Dole, Hebert Stein -Under Secretaries -Arthur F. Burns -Butterfield’s office -Brown -Additions -Haldeman -Round tables Butterfield left at an unknown time before 11:25 am.
-28NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM Tape Subject Log (rev. June-08)
Conversation No. 825-16 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 11:09 am and 11:25 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull. The President’s schedule -Meeting with H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman -Executive Office Building [EOB] -Meeting with Henry A. Kissinger Bull left at an unknown time before 11:25 am.
Conversation No. 825-17 Date: December 16, 1972 Time: Unknown between 11:09 am and 11:25 am Location: Oval Office The President met with Stephen B. Bull. The President’s schedule -Meeting with H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman -Timing -Executive Office Building [EOB] -Charles W. Colson Bull left at an unknown time before 11:25 am.