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    Richard M. Nixon: Watergate and Beyond. This varied archive contains an assortment of documents and ephemera related to Richard Nixon's career and presidency, with special focus on the Watergate Scandal. 1) Western Union telegram dated September 21, 1952 from Williamson to James Murray of Time Magazine covering the "hottest story of campaign", the Nixon slush fund and his possible removal from the ticket, 2) A 1976 TLS by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein asserting "... the material was relevant to understanding Nixon.", 3) an August 1974 telegram to Gerald Ford from Jerry Granat twice signed by Ford, 4) an 1989 Richard Nixon TLS "Dick" acknowledging "generous comments on my foreign policy" and referencing a Time Magazine article, 5) an April 1988 John Ehrlichman ANS commenting philosophically on Nixon's strengths and weaknesses, 6) an April 1985 E. Howard Hunt TLS commenting on the importance of reading and education, 7) an April 1975 typed questionnaire sent to E. Howard Hunt by Jerry Granat, completed and signed by Hunt, with some provocative responses ("... the higher up in government was during the Nixon regime, the less time he had/has to spend in prison...", 8) a September 1973 Alexander Butterfield TLS commenting on the recording system installed in the Oval Office, who knew about it, Nixon's motivation for having the apparatus installed and whether Nixon erased the tapes, 9) a 4-page annotated transcript of a Jack Anderson column about Watergate, asserting that the focus of Nixon's fears was Ted Kennedy, signed by both Anderson and Kennedy on the cover, 10) a September 1973 Ollie Atkins (White House photographer) TLS and a printed copy of his recollections of Nixon's last night in office, 11) a June 1973 Richard Nixon TLS thanking Paul Keyes for a wonderful job on the entertainment for the POW Dinner, signed "RN", 12) a January 1975 Richard Nixon TLS "RN" thanking Paul Keyes for his loyalty and friendship, 13) a June 1977 Richard Nixon TLS "RN" to Paul Keyes forwarding a signed copy of Julie Nixon's book, and 14) a 10" x 13" photo of Nixon and an unidentified man walking down the steps of a building, possibly a courthouse.

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