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Water/Dams (Can 1 of 2)

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All shots are color negative unless otherwise noted 122-1 Churning water, whirlpool (color neg. and pos) 122-2 MLS right side angle dam in operation 122-3 LS thru trees - dams in operation 122-4 MS left side angle dam in operation 122-5 DS/LS dam in operation (mountainous hilly background) 122-6 CU insert angle water pouring down 122-7 MS/DS water pouring from dam in operation 122-8 Water Gushing into gutter or river (b/w neg.) 122-9 DS to road and houses half under water (b/w neg.) 122-10 refinery tanks and phone poles half under water (b/w neg.) 122-11 LS refinery half under water (b/w neg.) 122-12 Freight train in train yard half under water (b/w neg.)

25 Years Ago - New York Heat Wave

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25 Years Ago - New York Heat Wave MWAS - New York City is hit by a heat wave. Coney Island is jammed, and on the streets, kids caper before gushing fire hydrants. MS - Very crowded beach with people in swimsuits. CU thermometer, mercury high at about 109 degrees Fahrenheit. In urban location children (mostly boys) splash, play and wrestle as water sprays from hydrant to cool them.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 26, 1973

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[00.34.59] Senator ERVIN. This morning I received the following letter. The WHITE HOUSE. Washington, June 26, 1973. DEAR SENATOR ERVIN: In a telephone discussion this morning, with Mr. Rufus Edmisten of your staff. Fred Buzhardt and I stated that the Senate Select Committee should use its discretion with respect to the utilization of the documents referred to in your letter to the President dated June 25, 1973. It is our understanding that the agencies having responsibilities in the foreign intelligence areas as have provided extensive evidence to the 'Senate on these documents. In this connection, Mr. Edmisten stated that the Committee intended to utilize Only those portions relating to domestic intelligence activities and would not make public any material reefering to any foreign intelligence activities Or capabilities. Mr. Edmisten asked that I confirm this conversation to you in writing during the luncheon recess, which I am pleased to do. Sincerely, Leonard Garment. Senator ERVIN. Now, as I understand it, Senator Weicker, you wish to interrogate the witness about one of these documents and I would suggest that, in order to have the thing in consecutive order, that -we ask the witness if he can identify all of the copies of the documents reeferred to in this letter. Mr. DEAN. I think, Mr. Chairman, that Senator Weicker is referring to the memorandum that I -Wrote. to the Attorney General. Senator WEICKER. Yes. Before you do, I would like to give you copies of these papers. Mr. DEAN. I would like to see them to refresh my recollection of the documents. Senator ERVIN. We might give you copies of two other documents which are not classified One is a memo to H.R. Haldeman from Tom Charles Huston, dated August 25, 19 1970, reefering to SACB appropriations, and a memo to H.R. Haldeman from Tom Charles Huston dated September 10, 1970, neither of -which is classified. Mr. SHAFFER. Mr. we have permission to look at them, Senator? We have never seen them before. Senator ERVIN. Yes. In other words, preliminary to Senator Weicker Continuing his examination. I want you on to identify all the documents and order them admitted into the record. The question then that will be asked of 'Mr. Dean is whether or not he can identify these documents as having been copies of documents which he delivered to Judge Sirica and which Judge Sirica ordered delivered to this committee. Mr. SHAFFER. Senator, just out of an abundance of caution, I would like to advise the chairman, that, although his lawyers participated in the delivery of The documents to Judge Sirica, it was done by Mr. Dean placing the documents in a safe deposit box and the keys then being delivered to the court and the documents never came into our possession. nor did we See them. Senator BAKER. Chairman, do I understand Mr. Shaffer to say that in an abundance of caution, he wishes to indicate that he and Mr. McCandless have not previously received possession of these, documents?: Mr.' SHAFFER. That is right. Senator BAKER. I think it would be appropriate. "Mr. Chairman, if You concur to state that on behalf of the committee, we think it is desirable and essential for counsel to be able to confer now with Mr. Dean on those documents on our authority. Senator ERVIN. I agree with you absolutely. the committee -will take a recess or stand at ease until the attorneys and Mr. Dean can confer about these documents. [00.40.20]

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 26, 1973

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[00.40.20-MacNEILL in studio] MacNEILL states that DEAN'S lawyers, for DEAN'S protection, have requested time for DEAN to review the documents in question, to make sure that he does not violate national security provisions in his testimony. [PBS network ID-title screen "SENATE HEARINGS ON CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES".] [00.43.01-MacNEILL] MacNEILL states that Sen. ERVIN will separate the documents, some will be kept secret and others will become part of the committee record. [00.43.14-Sen. ERVIN with gavel] Senator ERVIN. Everyone take your seats. please. Can you identify those documents as true copies, with certain deletions of matters relating to foreign intelligence as Copies of the documents you delivered to Judge Sirica? Mr. DEAN. Yes, I do, Mr. Chairman. Senator ERVIN. There is one, other document. I am going to ask Mr. George Murphy, Deputy Director of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, who has had custody of these documents since they Were delivered by, Judge Sirica's order to this committee, to show you another document which is not included among those copies, and ask if you can identify that document handed you by Mr. Murphy as being one of the documents you delivered to Judge Sirica. Mr. DEAN. This is a copy of the, original. Senator ERVIN. A copy. Mr. DEAN. That is correct. Senator ERVIN. Yes. Does it have some identification. mark? Mr. DEAN. Yes. It is a Special Report Interagency Con Committee on Intelligence Ad Hoc dated June 1970 with the chairman indicated J. Edgar Hoover, with a classification on it. Senator ERVIN. You can return that to Mr. Murphy now, Mr. DEAN. It has top secret comment classification on it. Senator ERVIN. I want, to take this occasion to thank Mr., Murphy, the Deputy Director of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, for acting as custodian of these documents since they were delivered to us by Judge Sirica and for the great, help which he has given to the committee in respect to the contents of the documents, and respect to their sensitive nature. We cannot thank you too much. Mr. Murphy. I am going to ask you to retain jurisdiction of the originals of these documents and also we have no copy of that first document there. Mr. MURPHY. Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. [00.46.45]

CBS Promo Reel

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DO NOT SELL. Three part promotional reel, the first a 30 second commercial for a CBS News Retrospective series. The second is for NOW YOU SEE IT, a dim-witted game show. The third and last is for TV-2 WBBM-TV Chicago: set to the musak version of ISAAC HAYES' timeless SHAFT, we are treated to extremely colorful stills of the affliates' programming, news, movies and so on. Basically, all the exciting things TV2 had to offer the dying community in the early 1970's.

African Elephants (Can 1 of 3)

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169-1 CU elephants trunk comes into frame 169-2 CU elephant's trunk into frame from right, reaches over to touch trunk on left side 169-3 CU elephant in jungle brush facing away on angle from camera 169-4 CU elephant in jungle brush standing broadside to camera 169-5 MS elephant walking in jungle - camera follows w/ pan to other elephant w/ rear to camera swishing tail 169-6 Cu elephants standing in jungle 169-7 CU 2 at waterhole, camera study w/ one elephant to camera while eating

Wimbledon Court Finals.

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The most coveted court titles, and some of the world's greatest tennis at Wimbledon. Brazil's Maria Bueno retains her crown in the women's finals (against Sandra Reynolds ?), while Neil Fraser downs his fellow-Australian Rod Laver for the men's title. Championship tennis is taking place on the court of All England Club in London, England. MLS - Marin Bueno of Brazil is playing Sandra Reynolds of South Africa. MLS - Tennis fans applauding. MS - The winner 20 year Maria Bueno of Brazil. She throws her racquet in the air. CUS - Maria Bueno is holding up her winning plaque. MLS - Tennis fans applauding. Neil Fraser and his opponent Rod Laver. MLS - The tennis ball is being played back and fourth. Finally point to Fraser. MS - Two left handers playing its a first in modern times. MS - Fraser wins the Wimbledon Net Title. He throws his racquet in the air. MS - Prince Phillip shakes Neil Fraer's hand and awards him the Wimbledon Winners Cup. CUS - Neil Fraser holding up his prize, the Winners Cup.

Hollywood Derby.

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Turf thrills at Hollywood Park in the rich Hollywood Derby. A last minute surge by Tempestuous out of the pack brings the 6-1 entry down to the wire first in a dazzling finale. TV Lark's attempt to overtake is fought off by the powerful Tempestuous. A large turn out of horse racing fans turn out on this bright sunny day. MLS - The horses are on the track running. MLS - Rounding into the stretch No #2, Tempestuous comes charging up from behind. MS - Its Tempestuous stretching her body and going to the wire to win. MS - The jockey proudly riding Tempestuous, there was a foul filed, claimed by TV Lark but the ruling was in favor of Tempestuous.

Tank Killing Baby Missile

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Tank Killing Baby Missile In Britain, a mighty mite of a missile is revealed. The tiny rocket trails a mile-long cable over which it receives guidance signals. Animation sequences and live demonstrations show how it can be steered in pursuit of the most evasive target.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 26, 1973

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[00.46.45] Senator ERVIN. The committee is anxious to avoid disclosing any matters which affect national security. which are matters defined as matters relating to national defense or relating to our relations, with other nations and for this reason we will not make this first document public. Senator BARER. Mr. Chairman, may I say a word in that respect? Senator ERVIN., Yes. Senator BAKER. I, too, would like to join in commending Mr. Murphy who, in addition to being- Deputy Director of the joint Atomic Energy Committee staff, is the security officer of the Atomic Energy Committee. I am a member of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy and while we, are going along with bread and butter, I would like to thank Congressman Mel Price, Who is Chairman, for consenting to the additional burden on the staff of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy to assure the storage of these documents was done in accordance with the requirements of the law. Senator ERVIN. One other question and then I will turn you back to Senator Weicker. How did you get possession of these documents including the one that Mr. Murphy retained custody of? Mr. DEAN. The documents were originally In the possession of Mr. Tom Huston, who had been assigned. I believe directly by the President to -work on this project. When I came on the White House staff, Huston was placed on my staff and was on my staff for some time. I had a general awareness of the fact that he was working on this project, but none of the specifics. At the time Mr. Huston was departing the staff he turned over the documents to me that I had possession of. Some of the documents that that are contained and I maintained in the file, I had never seen before the time he turned them over to me. The only--I had seen the basic documents shortly after I joined the White House staff when Mr. Haldeman told me that Mr. Huston had been working get the plan implemented, but there were some difficulties in implementation. That is basically how I came in contact with the matter. Senator ERVIN. Have you had the physical custody of these papers since that time? Mr. DEAN. Well, I had them until I took them and placed them in a safety deposit box under an instruction of Senator Mansfield that anything that might have any bearing on this entire matter should be Preserved. Senator ERVIN. Senator Weicker you may resume your examination I thought it was wise to bring all of the documents in evidence that we think ought to be put there. Senator WEICKER. Thank you. Mr. Chairman. Now, Mr. Dean, would you be good enough then to read to the committee the memorandum from you to 'Mr. Mitchell Which, I believe now, I have got to rely on my memory of several months time since I have seen these things dated in September 1970; is that correct? Mr. DEAN. September 18, 1970. Senator WEICKER. September 18. [00.50.14-DEAN'S work in 1970 to establish Domestic Intelligence operations] Mr. DEAN. [reading]. Memorandum For the. Attorney General: Pursuant to our conversation yesterday, 'September 17, 1970, I suggest the following procedures to commence our domestic intelligence operation as quickly as possible. 1. Interagency Domestic Intelligence Unit. A key to the entire operation will be the creation of an interagency intelligence unit for both operational and evaluation purposes. Obviously, the selection of persons to this unit will be of vital importance to the success of the mission. As we discussed the selection of the personnel for this unit is an appropriate first step for several reasons. First, effective coordination of the different agencies must be developed it an early stage through the establishment of the unit. Second. Hoover has indicated a strong opposition to the creation of such a unit and, to bring the FBI fully on board, this seems an first step to guarantee their proper and full participation in the program. Third, the unit can serve to make appropriate recommendations for the type of intelligence that should be immediately pursued by the various agencies. In regard to this third point. I believe we agreed that it would inappropriate to have any blanket removal of restrictions: rather, the most appropriate procedure would be to decide on the type of intelligence we need, based on an assessment of the recommendations of this unit, and then to proceed to remove the restraints as necessary to obtain such intelligence. To proceed to create the interagency intelligence unit. particularly the evaluation group or committee I recommend that we request the names of four nominees from each of the intelligence agencies involved. While the precise composition of the unit may vary as we gain experience, I think that two members should be appointed initially from each agency, in addition to your personal representative, who should also be involved in the proceedings. Because of the interagency aspects of this request it would probably be best if the request came from the White House, if you agree, I will make such a request of the agency heads; however, I feel that it is essential that you work this out with Hoover before I have any dealings with him directly. [00.52.37]

Hippos

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173-1 Hippo in water (col. neg and b.w print) 173-2 MCU hippo in water, pelican swims across frame right to leftin background 173-3 MS/MDS many hippos in water (col neg and b/w print) 173-4 MS/MDS many hippos in water (col neg and b/w print) 173-5 MS/MDS many hippos in water (col neg and b/w print) 173-6 Hippo in water (col. IP, col. print, b/w print) 173-7 Hippo in waterhole 173-8 Hippo in water

New York (Can 3 of 3)

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(All shots b/w neg except where noted) 231-2 NY townhouse day (color neg.) 231-4 MS statue of liberty 231-5 CU low angle statue of liberty 231-6 MLS ny across water day 231-7 tilt up tall NY office building 231-12 Tilt down chrysler building to street traffic 231-13 Tilt down chrysler building to street traffic 231-14 Ds to street traffic, NY cars, taxis, pedestrians 231-15 Ground leve-crowded street-people crossing street 231-16 DS NY street, traffic to under camera 231-20 Tilt down to street 231-21 NY, ds city across water 231-10 FG tilt down to Rockefeller Plaza (b/w pos) 231-11 FG tilt down chrysler bldg. to street traffic (b/w pos) 231-19 NY, hotel or apt. bldg., tile down (b/w pos) 231-23 Ny crowds (b/w pos) 231-25 NY skyline night (b/w pos) 231-26 NY city skyline night (b/w pos) 231-27 Ny city skyline night (b/w pos) 231-8 A-D ocean liner in NY harbor print (b/w pos)

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS FROM 1960 Castro & Cuba

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NEWS HIGHLIGHTS FROM 1960 Castro & Cuba Fidel Castro takes Cuba further down the path of communism, and goes completely anti-American, seizing nearly all U.S. Owned property in Cuba.

Automobiles On Land Or Sea

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Automobiles- On Land Or Sea Amphicar. Man driving car into water. Man turning steering wheel. Hood of car in water, pan to another car in front of camera. POV from inside car, driving on water. Follow car onto land.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 26, 1973

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[00.52.37-DEAN continues to discuss 1970 arrangements for DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE] 2. Housing. We discussed the appropriate housing of this operation and upon reflection, I that rather than a White House staffer looking for suitable space, that a professional intelligence person should be assigned the task of locating such space. Accordingly, I would suggest that a request be made that Mr. Hoover assign an agent to this task. In connection with the housing problem, I think serious consideration must be given to the appropriate Justice Department cover for the domestic intelligence operation. We discussed yesterday using IDIU as a cover and -as I indicated I believe that that is a most appropriate cover, I believe that it is generally felt that IDIU is already a far more extensive intelligence operation than has been mentioned publicly, and that the IDIU Operation cover would eliminate the problem of discovering a new intelligence Operation in the Department of Justice, However, I have reservations about the personnel in IDIU and its present operation activities and would suggest that they either be given a minor function within the new intelligence operation or that the Staff be, completely removed. I have had only incidental dealings with the personnel, other than Jim Devine, and cannot speak to their discretion and loyalty for such an operation. I do not believe that Jim Devine is capable of any major position within the new intelligence operation. However, I do believe that he could help perpetuate the cover and he has evidenced a loyalty to you, the Deputy, and other key people in the Department of Justice, despite his strong links with the prior Administration. I would defer to your judgment, of course, on any recommendation regarding Jim Devine's continued presence in such an intelligence operation, 3. Assistant to Attorney General. We also discussed the need for you to have a right hand man to assist in running this operation. It would seem that what Is needed is a man with administrative skills, a sensitivity to the implications of the current radical and subversive movements within the United States, and preferably, some background in intelligence work. To maintain the cover, I would think it appropriate for the man to have a law degree in that he will be a part of the Department of Justice. You suggested the possibility of using a prosecutor who had had experience with cases of this type. Accordingly, I have spoken with Harlington Wood to ask him to submit the names of five Assistant U.S. Attorneys who have had experience in dealing with demonstrations or riot type cases and who are mature individuals that might be appropriately given a sensitive assignment In the Department of Justice. I did not discuss the matter in any further detail with Wood other than to request the submission of some nominees. I would also like to suggest that we request names from the various intelligence agencies involved for personnel that might be appropriately involved in this activity or who might serve as your assistant. In summary, I recommend the following immediate actions. (1) You meet with Hoover, explain what must be done, and request his nominees for the interagency unit. (2) You request that Hoover assign an agent to the task of locating appropriate housing for the operations. (3) I request that other involved intelligence agencies submit nominees for the interagency unit. (4) I request from the agencies names of appropriate personnel for assignment to the operation. Finally, I would -suggest that you call weekly meetings to monitor the problems as they emerge and to make certain that we are moving this program into implementation as quickly as possible. It was signed, and had a note at the bottom: Bob Haldeman has suggested to me that if you would like him to join you in a meeting with Hoover he will be happy to do so. [END OF READING BY DEAN] Senator WEICKER. Thank you, Mr. Dean. Now, this, in other words, reefers to, that, portion of your statement yesterday when you say: "I wrote a memorandum requesting that the Evaluation Committee, be established and that the strings could be removed later, I told Haldeman that the only way to proceed would be one step at a time and this would be an important first step and he agreed." Mr. DEAN. That is correct. I might footnote that with the remark that I was quite aware Of a great interest in the matter, and after some discussions -with Mr. Huston, who still had a hope that the entire plan would be adopted, had reached the conclusion that there was no way the whole plan was going to be adopted and that the only thing that was essential was the, IEC and that this would satisfy everybody that we were at least doing something to solve the problem and this -was a first, step that seemed to solve or to resolve that pressure with everybody. Senator WEICKER. So, after this memorandum was written, you proceeded to set, up the IEC insofar as the structure, the placing of it, in the Internal Security Division, is that correct? Mr. DEAN-. I think what, happened is, and I am not terribly familiar with the, mechanics of how this actually did occur, I believe that Mr. Mitchell did have a conversation with Mr. Hoover and reached some agreement as to their participation. I don't know, how the decision was made to place it in the Internal Security unit, but I did learn about it at some point because they told me they had space that they had set aside in the Internal Security unit's office, which was separate and apart from the Department of Justice, the main Department of Justice. And I had learned that Mr. Doherty would be sort of the man that, would be heading the operation initially. [00.58.40]

Freeway/Cars

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330-1 DS Freeway traffiv (color neg.) 330-2 LS/DS freeway traffic (color neg.) 330-3 DS Freeway traffic through palms (color neg.) 330-4 Caroff freeway ramp (color neg.) 330-5 Car off freeway ramp (color neg.) 330-26 Airview freeway (color neg.) 330-27 Airview of freeway (color neg.) 330-6 Car off freeway ramp (color neg.) 330-7 DS freeway traffic (b/w neg.) 330-8 DS freeway traffic (b/w neg.) 330-9 DS freeway traffic (b/w neg.) 330-10 DS freeway traffic (b/w neg.) 330-11 DS freeway traffic (b/w neg.) 330-12 DS freeway traffic (b/w neg.) 330-13 DS freeway traffic (b/w neg.) 330-14 DS freeway traffic (b/w neg.) 330-15 DS freeway traffic (b/w neg.)

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 26, 1973

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[00.58.40] Senator WEICKER. May I ask you this question in relation to 'Mr. Doherty? Was there any discussion at this time -about this unit's first head being Mr. Earl Sharp? Mr. DEAN. Yes. there -was. Mr. Ehrlichman was aware of this as well and Judge Sharp, who was a friend of Mr. Ehrlichman's apparently had been--as I recall, he was an elected judge and he either hadn't been reelected or something of that nature, an appointment had run out. and he was not currently sitting on the bench anywhere, and Mr. Ehrlichman thought this would be an excellent thing for him to do and invited him to Come to Washington, We had a number of meetings on it and the more he looked at it, the less he decided he wanted to get involved in it,. Senator WEICKER. So that the first head Was Mr. John Doherty? Mr. DEAN. I believe that is correct Senator WEICKER. Did you hold any discussions in your office with Mr. Sharp or Mr. Doherty relative to the IEC? Mr. DEAN. I am sure probably with both individuals yes. Senator WEICKER. And what other persons would have "been present at those meetings? Mr. DEAN-. Well, I can't recall anybody else being present when I talked to Judge Sharp, I do know that when he decided that he wasn't interested because, one, he felt he didn't know much about this field, that he would have a whole education to become acquainted with it--I think he spent a couple of weeks looking into the matter. I think he learned that, it was going to be some sort of, going to be a secret operation that he would be running in the Department of Justice, he wanted to be able to explain what he Was doing to people back home, and he didn't want to have to say, I can't tell you what I am doing in Washington. We had a number of discussions about other assignments for him and he did some very valuable work for my office in connection With some trade matters that had come to my office for resolution. Senator WEICKER. Now, Mr. Dean, then Mr. Doherty was the, first head and he was succeeded by whom? Mr. DEAN. I believe Mr.' Wells. Senator WEICKER. Bernard Wells? Mr. DEAN. Yes. Senator WEICKER. All right. So from the time of your memorandum at the time of your talk with Haldeman as to the setting up of the mechanics of the operation, administering of details of the operation, does it come as any surprise to you, that listed under the Office of Analysis and Planning in the Internal Security Division of the Justice Department as of April 15, 1972, is a listing of Bernard Wells, Executive Director, IDIU, with James McGrath and Joyce Webb listed under that? Is this basically, then, the plan that is suggested in your memorandum to John Mitchell? The ink marks and the scribblings are mine and my staff's Mr. DEAN. I can't glean an awful lot, from this chart. Senator WEICKER. There is no mention of IEC. there, is there? Mr. DEAN. No, there is not, and the documents that all came to me were clearly marked "IEC" on them when they came over. Senator WEICKER. And they came over from -Mr. Wells? Mr. DEAN. They came over from Mr. Wells. Senator WEICKER. Would you read to the committee what Mr. Wells, is listed as in that document?' Mr. DEAN. Executive Director, IDIU. [01.02.43-more domestic intelligence arrangements] Senator WEICKER. You have, also stated that to the best of your knowledge, no illegal activities were conducted by the IEC? I would like to get into the matter of your contacts, Let me ask you one question before you go on to your contacts with the Internal Security Division. Statements have been made that there was a rescission by the President of the 1970 plan. Why all this business? Mr. DEAN-. Well, as I said, at one point--I do not know about the rescission. That is something that I do not know. I knew that there Was a squabble going on between principally Mr. Huston, representing the White House, and the FBI. Mr. Huston talked to me on a number of occasions about, the matter. I knew that Mr. Mitchell, when I talked With him about it, both telephonically and when I met with him, opposed to the grand plan that is in that manual, and I think what Mitchell and I decided was the best course was to do the minimum amount possible, that might satisfy people that, something was being done. And that was to create the IEC. Senator WEICKER. Now, it is possible. then, that one. of two things might have happened. Either there could have been a rescission by President, the word of which rescission ---- [01.04.37-TAPE OUT]

Tennessee Walkin' Horse

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DO NOT SELL ON PREVIEW TAPE #201008 Another Deputy Dawg cartoon. Opens with a "Deep South Glue Factory" truck speeding along a country road. Slim Walkins, an old horse, make a great escape. Dawg and Muskie Muskrat save Slim from the truck driver. They befriend him, but eventually demand he earn his keep. They enter him in the State Fair horseraces. With the help of a highjacked glue factory truck they win the $500 prize.

Watergate Hearings: Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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Washington DC
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Watergate Hearings: Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities June 26, 1973 - Testimony of John Dean.

The Golden West: The Story of the Gold Rush

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The Sierras
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ON PREVIEW CASSETTE #991837 (00.00.30 - 00.02.57) This is just as the title implies, a (brief) history of the Sierra Gold Rush during the mid 1800's. Opens with EST shots of the Sierra Mountains, followed by LS's of wagon trains moving into the untamed territory. Tight LS of a town seemingly sprung overnight. MS's of men by the dozens swinging pickaxes, working the land for currency (gold). MS of a male banker working behind a steel cage in the bank. Tight LS inside a bustling saloon, people two steps from swinging from the chandeliers. Tight LS's of cowboys (bandits?) racing their horses through the countryside, then through town. Tight LS of a ghost town. Wide LS of a "modern" gold mine; MS's of men working on a hill of the mine, checking chunks of rock for gold. Excellent MS of a salty old timer-- long, greasy hair pushing from beneath a dirty, floppy hat; unshaven; long pipe hanging from his mouth-- inspecting a rock near the mine; he throws it on the ground; it splits open to reveal gold. Closes with more EST shots of the Sierra mountain range.

Watergate Hearings: Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activiti...

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Watergate Hearings: Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities June 26, 1973 - Testimony of John Dean.

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 470

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Nashville, Tennessee
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Porter Wagoner "Happy Faces" Ray Griff "Darlin'" ? "Cajun Lady" Dolly Parton "Traveling Man" Porter Wagoner/Dolly Parton "The Right Combination" Speck Rhodes (Phone) (Comedy/narration) Dolly Parton "He Is Real" (Gospel) Ray Griff "What Got To You"

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 471

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Nashville, Tennessee
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Porter Wagoner "Barlow Chapman" Jimmy Dickens "One in a Million" ? "Going Down the Road" (Instrumental) Dolly Parton "She Never Met a Man She Didn't Like" Porter Wagoner "Be A Little Quieter" Speck Rhodes (phone) (comedy/narration) Porter Wagoner "Be Careful of Stones You Throw" (Gospel) Kimmy Dickens "Jambalaya"

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 469

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Nashville, Tennessee
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Shot on Location at Grinder's Switch, Tennessee Porter Wagoner "Happy Faces" Dolly Parton "Tennessee Mountain Home" ? "Going Home" Porter Wagoner/Dolly Parton "We Found It" Speck Rhodes "Shindig" Porter Wagoner "Moments of Meditation" ? "Crawdad Song"
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