Date: September 15, 1972
Time: Unknown between 4:49 pm and 6:17 pm
Location: Oval Office
The President met with H.R. (“Bob”) Haldeman.
[Transcripts of the following conversation may be found in RG 460, Box 171, pp. 1-43; RG 460,
Box 58 pp. 1-3; SI, Bk. II, pp. 594-636 (1-43); SI, Bk. VIII, pp. 288-330 (1-43); SI, BK. III, pt.
1, pp. 370-71 (1, 17); 8 RPC, pp. 1-18.
John W. Dean, III entered at 5:27 pm during the transcribed portion.
[Transcripts of the following portion of the conversation may be found in SRPC, pp. 55-75 (1-
21) and US vs. Mitchell, Exhibit 4, pp. 00018-00047 (1-30).]
Stephen B. Bull entered at an unknown time after 5:27 pm during the transcribed portion.
Bull left at an unknown time before 5:36 pm during the transcribed portion.
The President talked with Clark MacGregor between 5:36 pm and 5:38 pm during the
[Conversation No. 779-2A]
[End of telephone conversation]
[A transcript of the following portion of the conversation may be found in RG 460; Box 172, 2nd
installment, pp. 1-14.]
[End of transcribed portion]
NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF
Tape Subject Log
-Effect on people
Upper-class of society
-Republicans compared to Democrats
-Effects of media
-Frank L. Rizzo
-George S. McGovern's Philadelphia trip
-White House response to demonstrators
Transformation of colleges
-World Wars I and II effects
-British upper classes
-Death of society's leaders
-Loss of officers
-College graduates as leaders
-Compared to US
-William M. Colmer
-House Resolution [HR] 2
-F. Edward Hebert
-Establishment of military medical school
-Secretary of Defense
The President, Haldeman, and Dean left at 6:17 pm.