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Papers, 1974-1977.

Author: William B Todd
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Consists of papers pertaining to Prof. William Todd's investigation of the White House transcripts that were released by Richard Nixon, May 1, 1974. Through his analysis, Todd revealed how the transcripts were prepared, that at least five secretaries had worked on them and that there were numerous gaps in the typed record. Includes correspondence with attorney John Doar, Congressman James Jarrell Pickle, Prof.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: William B Todd; Richard M Nixon; William B Todd
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William B Todd
OCLC Number: 181654624
Description: 22 items
Other Titles: Todd, W. mss.

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Consists of papers pertaining to Prof. William Todd's investigation of the White House transcripts that were released by Richard Nixon, May 1, 1974. Through his analysis, Todd revealed how the transcripts were prepared, that at least five secretaries had worked on them and that there were numerous gaps in the typed record. Includes correspondence with attorney John Doar, Congressman James Jarrell Pickle, Prof. Stephen H. Spurr, and Prof. H. Eldon Sutton. Contains also a mimeograph copy and the privately printed pamphlet of Todd's report The White House transcripts, as well as a typescript of "Logbook on Research pertaining to the Transcripts." A few related clippings and miscellaneous items complete the collection.

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