Nixon

H.R. Haldeman - Watergate

H.R. Haldeman – Watergate Hearings – AM Session – August 1, 1973 – Past Daily Reference Room

H.R. Haldeman – Watergate Hearings – Morning session – August 1, 1973 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Part 1 H.R. Haldeman – Watergate Hearings – Morning session – August 1, 1973 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Part 2 H.R. Haldeman; one of the key figures in the Watergate...

Daniel Ellsberg

Daniel Ellsberg And The Pentagon Papers – 1971 – Past Daily Weekend Reference Room

  Daniel Ellsberg – Interview from The Today Show – July 2, 1971 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Daniel Ellsberg – a name which rang bells long before Assange, Manning and Snowdon, a name associated with helping bring the Vietnam war perhaps a little closer to an end, but...

President Nixon Press Conf. March 19, 1974

A Nixon – Watergate Press Conference – March 19, 1974 – Past Daily Reference Room

President Nixon Press Conference -Houston, Texas – March 19, 1974 – CBS Radio – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – As support for Richard Nixon continued to fall apart, even his staunchest allies were calling for his resignation. Shortly before this press conference, delivered in Houston Texas at the annual convention...

Leon Jaworski

May 20, 1974 – “The President is Making A Farce Of The Special Prosecutors Office” – Leon Jaworski

May 20, 1974 – NBC Nightly News With Edwin Newman – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – May 20, 1974 – with all the news during the Watergate Scandal, there never seemed to be any lack of sudden upheavals in the White House. The Watergate scandal was dragging on, almost two...

George Wallace - Hospital Prognosis; not good

May 17, 1972 – George Wallace Assassination Attempt: Bad News From The Hospital – Good News From The Campaign

May 17, 1972 – NBC Nightly News – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – May 17, 1972 – News on George Wallace, who was victim of an assassination attempt only days earlier. Good news; Wallace won primaries in Michigan and Maryland. Bad news; no feeling in his legs since the shooting....

White House Demonstration - May 1974

May 12, 1974 – Civil Rights, School Segregation And Watergate

May 12, 1974 – Issues And Answers: Barbara Jordan, Charles Rangel, Andrew Young – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – May 12, 1974 – a Sunday that year. And as with most all Sundays, the day for observing, speculating and recalling, and the day for Sunday Talk Shows. This one; ABC’s...

Archibald Cox - 1973

Saturday Night Massacre – Archibald Cox Firing – 1973 – Past Daily Reference Room

Archibald Cox Firing – CBS Radio – Washington Week In Review – October 20, 1973 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Archibald Cox, Attorney General in the Nixon Administration during the Watergate era. Archibald Cox was the Special Prosecutor, investigating the Watergate scandal and had subpoenaed President Nixon to supply...

President Richard Nixon - Watergate 1974

Nixon Answers A Subpoena – April 29, 1974

President Richard Nixon – Address regarding Judiciary Committee Subpoena – April 29, 1974 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Richard Nixon – increasingly the focus on the investigation over the Watergate break-in at the Democratic National Committee Headquarters, Nixon was now being subpoenaed for additional tapes and information about the...

James McCord - Watergate defendant accused of bugging.

James McCord Talks About Wiretapping And Watergate – 1973 – Past Daily Reference Room

James McCord on Face The Nation – June 3, 1973 – CBS News – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – James McCord, one of the many figures involved in the Watergate break-in and subsequent coverup. A former CIA agent, who also worked for the FBI, he was an electronics expert and...

Sen. James Buckley

Cracks In The Facade: Sen. James Buckley Calls On Nixon To Resign – 1974

  Sen. James Buckley – News Conference – March 19, 1974 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – The Nixon years and the Watergate era – certainly one of the most emotionally draining episodes in our country’s history. When even Nixon’s most conservative supporters from the GOP were calling on him...