Watergate Papers 1964-2001 (bulk 1972-1976)

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Watergate Papers 1964-2001 (bulk 1972-1976)

Typed and handwritten manuscripts,interview notes, galley proofs, financial records, correspondence, audio and videotapes, clippings, research files, court documents, government publications,photographs, and memorabilia document the Watergate investigation and writings ofBob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. The bulk of the collection consists of drafts of news stories, , and . Washington Post All The President's Men TheFinal Days

77 boxes (32.34 linear feet), 6 oversize boxes, 3 oversize folders, 3 galleyfolders, 21 bound volumes

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