1. WSPF Memos Regarding Indicting Nixon and the Roadmap
  2. WSPF General Correspondence Regarding Nixon Indictment
  3. Haldeman Efforts to Prevent Transmittal of the Roadmap
  4. House Judiciary Committee impeachment Hearings
    1. WSPF Internal Memos Regarding Transmittal
    2. Shepard Handwritten Index of HJC Hearings
      1. Fred LaRue (July 3, 1974)
      2. John Mitchell (July 9, 1974)
      3. John Dean (July 11, 1974)
      4. St. Clair Oral Argument (July 18, 1974)
      5. John Doar Oral Argument (July 19, 1974)
  5. The Tapes Case US v. Nixon
    1. General WSPF Correspondence
    2. Supreme Court Filings
      1. WSPF Petition for Writ of Certiorari (May 24, 1974)
      2. WSPF Letter Regarding Sealed Portion of Trans (June 3, 1974)
      3. WH Cross-Petition for Cert (June 8, 1974)
      4. Second WSPF Letter Regarding Sealed Portion Trans (June 17, 1974)
      5. WH Brief for Unsealing Portion of Trans (June 19, 1974)
      6. WSPF Memo in Opposition of WH Brief to Unseal (June 20, 1974)
      7. WH Reply Memo (June 21, 1974)
      8. Supreme Court denies joint motion for unsealing
      9. Exchange of WSPF-WH Letters Regarding Tape Trans (July 2 – 15, 1974)
      10. Trans of Oral Argument before Supreme Court in US v. Nixon (July 8, 1974)
      11. 1 Sentence Order Upholding Sirica’s Affirmation of the WSPF Tape Subpoena (July 24, 1974)
    3. Commentary on Supreme Courts Decision Regarding US v. Nixon
      1. Eisler, A Justice for All
      2. Woodward and Armstrong, The Brethren
      3. McMahon, Nixons Court
    4. WH Tape Transcripts
      1. Memo Comparing Deans Ervin Committee Testimony to WH Tape Trans
      2. Commentary Suggesting WH Transcripts were inaccurate
    5. Analysis of Specific Tape Recordings
      1. 18 Minute Gap (June 20, 1972)
      2. Smoking Gun (June 23, 1972)
      3. Dean’s Cancer on the Presidency meeting (March 21, 1973)
      4. Nixon’s Stonewall Instruction to Mitchell (March 22, 1973)
    6. Nixon Initial Agreement with GSA Regarding his Papers (Sept 6, 1974)
    7. John Powers Paper The History of Presidential Audio Recordings (July 12, 1966)
    8. Stanley Kutler Tape Transcript Controversy (Feb 22, 2009)
  6. The Case for Nixon