Secret White House Tapes

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426–48
  • President Richard M. Nixon
  • [Dwight] David Eisenhower
  • Samuel L. Devine
April 10, 1973
Conversation No. 426-48

Date: April 10, 1973
Time: Unknown after 5:00 pm - 5:59 pm
Location: Executive Office Building

The President met with Samuel L. Devine and [Dwight] David Eisenhower.


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David Eisenhower’s Congressional candidacy

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-George A. Goodling
-Support
-Announcement of candidacy
-Other candidates
-David Eisenhower’s announcement
-Visit to Congressional district compared to residency
-Rotary Club
-Republicans
-Report of candidacy
-Republican State Chairman’s knowledge
-David Eisenhower’s conversation with Clifford L. Jones
-Goodling’s plans
-Desire for exposure in district
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NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

Tape Subject Log
(rev. Sep.-2010)
Conversation No. 426-48 (cont’d)


-Other candidates
-Martin G. Hamberger, [first name unknown] Edens [?]
-Criticism
-Goodling’s candidacy
-Other job prospects
-Congressional Campaign Committee compared to Congressional office
-Benefits
-Robert H. Michel
-Exposure
-Duties
-Candidate selection
-Knowledge of issues
-Research staff
-Issue book
-Incumbents
-Current issues
-Impact on candidacy
-Research about Hamberger
-Debate
-Political cover
-Eden’s candidacy
-Primary results
-Wife [?]
-Devine’s influence [?]
-Endorsement of David Eisenhower
-Hamberger
-Goodling’s opinion
-“Carpetbagger”
-Liberalism
-Goodling’s endorsement
-Independence on candidate
-Letter sent to Eisenhower
-Goodling’s son
-Complications
-Residency in Congressional district
-Timing
-Charles G. (“Bebe”) Rebozo
-Rental of house to Eisenhower
-Rents
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NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

Tape Subject Log
(rev. Sep.-2010)
Conversation No. 426-48 (cont’d)


-Rose Mary Woods’s Watergate apartment
-Charlotte T. Reid
-Renting compared to owning
-Liabilities
-Candidacy
-Gettysburg
-Mamie Eisenhower’s farm house
-President’s residencies while in Congress
-President’s California residency as Congressman
-Hannah Milhous Nixon’s Whittier home
-Residence in Washington, DC
-White House
-Clifford Jones’s position on residency
Hugh Scott
-Goodling’s candidacy
-Eisenhower’s decision to rent apartment
-Eisenhower’s election victory
-Rebozo’s house [?]
-Goodling’s candidacy
-Announcement
-Eisenhower’s candidacy
-Campaign strategy
-Limited appearances
-Duration
-Other job prospects
-House Campaign Committee, research group
-Barber B. Coinable, Jr.
-Chairman
-New York
-Spokesperson
-Devine’s conversation with Conable
-David and Julie Nixon Eisenhower
-Requests for appearance
-Research experience
-Roman L. Hruksa
-Senate Judiciary Committee
-Conable
-Staff director
-Martha Phillips
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NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

Tape Subject Log
(rev. Sep.-2010)
Conversation No. 426-48 (cont’d)


-Kevin P. Phillips
-Devine’s conversation with Michel
-Research and public speaking

Devine’s schedule
-Congressional leadership meeting
-Congressional reception for veto supporters

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Devine and Eisenhower left at an unknown time before 5:59 pm.

David Eisenhower’s plans
-Michel
-Staff director
-Goodling [?]
-David Eisenhower’s employment

Devine left at 5:59 pm.
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