COUNSEL TO THE PRESIDENT, WHITE HOUSE OFFICE OF: INVESTIGATIONS:

Records, 1981-1989 – REAGAN LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

 

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COUNSEL TO THE PRESIDENT, WHITE HOUSE OFFICE OF: INVESTIGATIONS:

Records, 1981-1989

         

Note: This collection consists of material used or created by the White House Counsel’s Office to cooperate with investigations and respond to requests for White House material. Some of the investigations documented in these records involved Special Prosecutors or Independent Counsels, who were appointed to conduct investigations apart from the White House. For information on obtaining access to the records of Special Prosecutor and Independent Counsel (RG 449) offices, please contact the National Archives in College Park, Maryland.

 

This collection is divided into seven series: Series I: Internal Investigation of Richard V. Allen, 1981-1982; Series II: Investigation of Raymond Donovan Confirmation, Secretary of Labor, 1981-1983; Series III: Investigations Pertaining to the Environmental Protection Agency; Series IV:  Edwin Meese Investigation, 1984-1986; SERIES V: Michael K. Deaver Investigation; Series VI: Lyn Nofziger/Wedtech/Edwin Meese Independent Counsel - James McKay; Series VII: Independent Counsel Investigation Re: Iran/Contra, 1987-1989.

 

SERIES I:  INTERNAL INVESTIGATION OF RICHARD V. ALLEN, 1981-1982

(2 l.ft., Box 1-4)

 

In September 1981, it was discovered that Richard V. Allen, the Advisor to the President for National Security Affairs and head of the National Security Council, had made some questionable transactions with journalists early in the Reagan administration. Allen came into possession of a $1,000 gratuity paid in cash from a Japanese magazine, intended for Nancy Reagan in exchange for an interview she had given. According to his explanation he handed the money to his secretary and she placed the money in a White House safe. Allen then reportedly forgot about it. Also, it was belatedly discovered that around the same time, Allen had accepted three expensive watches as personal gifts from Japanese friends who were high-level governmental consultants. The first investigation of Allen’s actions was conducted by the FBI in late September 1981.

 

Continued press interest in the issue resulted in an additional investigation conducted by the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice in late November 1981 and resulted in an additional report on December 7, 1981. Despite the release of this report, public questions and media interest still continued.  Finally, the President asked White House Counsel Fred Fielding to conduct an internal ethics violation investigation of the transactions. The White House Counsel’s Office issued a report in January 3, 1982. Although Allen was never officially charged with any wrong-doing, he was forced to resign after the investigation ended.

 

This series contains material related to the discovery of $1,000 in cash in a White House safe within the former office of Advisor to the President for National Security Affairs, Richard V. Allen and the subsequent investigations by the FBI, the Department of Justice and the White House Counsel’s Office.  Material is related to White House Counsel staff support of these outside investigations and internal staff work on the Counsel’s Office investigation. Material includes news clippings on the incident; photocopies of relevant documents; photocopies of both the FBI and Department of Justice investigations; interrogatories sent to Mr. Allen and other staff members involved in the incident; and the final reports from the FBI, Department of Justice and the White House Counsel’s office.  A good deal of this material is closed under the Freedom of Information Act exemptions for personal privacy and investigative practices. It is arranged in roughly chronological order as it occurred.

 

SERIES II: INVESTIGATION OF RAYMOND DONOVAN CONFIRMATION, SECRETARY OF LABOR, 1981-83 (2.7 l.ft., Box 4-11)

         

During January 1981, the FBI conducted a standard background investigation of Secretary of Labor designate Raymond J. Donovan. Summaries of the investigation were furnished through the Assistant Attorney General's Office of Legislative Affairs, Department of Justice, to the U.S. Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, the President Elect’s Transition Office and later to the White House Counsel’s Office. This first report contained some allegations regarding Donovan’s ties to organized crime. Based on this information, his confirmation was held up for several weeks in which Donovan testified in Congress multiple times and vigorously maintained his innocence. He was confirmed as Secretary of Labor on February 4, 1981.

 

Throughout 1981, the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources continued to refer allegations of corruption against Donovan and his former employee, Schiavone Construction Co, including ties to organized crime, bribery and pay-offs to the FBI investigation unit. Witnesses came forward with further accusations long after his confirmation and the official background investigation was completed on January 27, 1981

 

On December 29, 1981, a federal court panel appointed Leon Silverman, a New York City attorney, as a Special Prosecutor to investigate allegations of corruption against Donovan, specifically that Donovan was present when Schiavone Construction was making a payoff. It should be noted Donovan requested the appointment of a special prosecutor presumably to stop the continued speculation regarding corruption. Silverman was to conduct an investigation of Donovan, in accordance with provisions of the Ethics in Government Act on behalf of the U.S. Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources.

 

Silverman filed a report with the United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia on June 28, 1982 focused on the charge that Donovan had participated in an illegal payoff by his New Jersey construction firm to a corrupt labor union official. Silverman found there was “insufficient credible evidence on which to base a prosecution” of Donovan on charges involving labor corruption and links to organized crime.

 

Silverman filed a supplemental report after a nine-month investigation on September 13, 1982 and repeated the conclusions of the June 28 report that there was “insufficient credible evidence” to support charges.

 

In 1985 an additional investigation by Special Prosecutor Silverman was opened on the question of whether Donovan had given false testimony to Congress in 1982.  This investigation was suspended pending the 1987 trial of Donovan on corruption charges. Its findings were the same as earlier investigations – “insufficient credible evidence.”

 

Raymond Donovan left the Reagan Administration on March 15, 1985 and returned to his construction firm in New Jersey where he eventually acquired 50% ownership in the company. In a highly publicized 1987 case, Donovan and six other defendants were indicted by a Bronx County, New York, grand jury for larceny and fraud in connection with a project to construct a new line for the New York City subway. The alleged scheme involved a Genovese crime family associate and a minority-owned subcontractor. Schiavone Construction was obligated to subcontract part of the work to a minority-owned enterprise. The essence of the charge was that because the minority owned firm (Jo-Pel Contracting and Trucking Corp) leased equipment from Schiavone, that it was not truly independent of Schiavone.]

On May 25, 1987, Donovan (and all of the other defendants) was acquitted, after which Donovan was famously quoted as asking, "Which office do I go to to get my reputation back?”

 

As a result of the Silverman investigation, other discrepancies regarding the initial FBI background investigation were uncovered. It was disclosed the FBI had damaging information that it provided to the White House but withheld from the January 1981 Senate Labor Committee hearings on Donovan’s nomination. In addition, the FBI continued to receive further information on Donovan which was not passed to Congress. Congress conducted an investigation and hearings regarding the FBI Investigation of Raymond Donovan and possible “Executive interference” in August 1982. FBI Unit Chief of Financial Crimes, Anthony Adamski, Jr. and Francis M. Mullen, Jr., FBI Executive Assistant Director for Investigations testified to the Committee on Labor. The Committee subpoenaed the White House Counsel, Fred Fielding, but he did not testify. Congress continued to request further information from the FBI up until early 1983. Their Committee final report was released on May 1983.

 

This series consists of material relating almost exclusively to the 1982 Congressional inquiry regarding FBI “timeliness and completeness” reporting information to the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources in the confirmation of Labor Secretary Raymond Donovan.  It includes requests from Congress to the FBI, Department of Justice and the White House Counsel’s Office on this matter; copies of documents provided; FBI and White House statements on the process followed in the investigation of nominee Raymond Donovan; summaries of events; reports from the Committee and the Special Prosecutor Leon Sullivan and news clippings surrounding the investigation.  There is little material related to the actual investigation of Sullivan other than his final reports. The material is arranged in roughly chronological order as it occurred.

 

SERIES III. INVESTIGATIONS PERTAINING TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY. (8.6 l.ft.)

 

This series contains two subseries: Subseries A: Congressional Investigation of the Environmental Protection Agency, 1982-1983 and Subseries B: Investigation of Department of Justice Role in the Congressional Investigation of the Environmental Protection Agency, 1984-1988.

 

SUBSERIES A: CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, 1982-1983 (2.5 l.ft.; Box 11-18)

 

Congressional investigations and hearings into the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grew out of routine budgetary oversight of the hazardous waste laws being carried out by the Agency. Chief among these laws was the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) of 1980, commonly known as the Superfund act. A key provision of this act was the establishment of the “Superfund” trust fund, by means of a special tax on the chemical and petroleum industries, for cleaning up abandoned or uncontrolled hazardous waste sites.

 

Investigations leading to the six-year continuing investigation of the Environmental Protection Agency, the Administrator and the key agency appointees began in 1982. Allegations of mishandling the $1.6 billion Superfund monies began almost immediately after the establishment of the fund. In mid-September 1982, Congressman John Dingell of Michigan requested any and all information on the ongoing clean-up of three Superfund sites: Tar Creek, Oklahoma, Stringfellow Acid Pits, California and Berlin and Farro, Michigan His investigation was for the use of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation. The EPA signaled the first troubles in responding to this request stating in a letter that some documents were being withheld as they contained “enforcement-sensitive information.” As a result Dingell’s subcommittee issued a subpoena for withheld documents and this was followed by a subpoena for all documents on EPA priority sites under the Superfund Act by Congressman Elliot Levitas , Chairman of the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight of the House Public Works and Transportation Committee.

 

Eventually, six congressional panels were probing allegations of political manipulation, “sweetheart” deals, conflicts of interest, perjury, and destruction of documents by EPA employees. Their investigations focused on two particular officials – EPA head Anne M. Burford (aka Anne Gorsuch), and Rita Lavelle, the head of EPA’s waste management program.

 

The Reagan Administration and the Justice Department advised Burford not to appear before the Congressional committees, or to produce documents requested by Congress, as a matter of executive privilege. When she followed these instructions, Burford became the first agency head ever cited for contempt of Congress. The Administration response to was to file a law suit challenging the right of Congress to issue subpoenas.

 

As the White House Counsel staff, the Department of Justice and President Reagan started actually reviewing the material from the EPA, concerns about the agencies actual handling of the Superfund surfaced. At this point, President Reagan asked the Department of Justice (DOJ) to start its own investigation of the situation at the EPA.

 

The White House and DOJ continued to try to find an acceptable way to provide the requested material to Congress while protecting the pending and sensitive law enforcement matter within these documents. DOJ law suit on subpoenas also included the issue of executive privilege.  Without ruling on the question of Executive Privilege, U.S. District Court Judge John Lewis Smith dismissed the Justice Department executive privilege/subpoena power suit. He advised both sides to work out their differences. Eventually, both sides compromised. Memorandums of Understanding were created for Representatives Levitas and Dingell’s oversight committees and the documents were produced.

 

As a result of viewing all the documents, Rita Lavelle, Assistant Administrator for the Waste Management program appeared to have conflicts of interest with her management of the Superfund monies, especially of the Stringfellow California waste site. She was asked to resign and when she refused to do so was fired by the President on February 7, 1983.  At this point, the White House insisted on the placement of outside personnel within the EPA to assist with all management problems there.  Shortly after the placement of these “watchdog” personnel, Anne Gorsuch Burford resigned as the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency on March 9, 1983.

 

This series consists of material regarding the President’s and the Administration’s response to requests for material from the Environmental Protection Agency regarding the Superfund. The material consists of requests by Congress to the EPA, DOJ and the White House for material, responses to these requests; formulation of the claim of Executive Privilege by the President; chronologies of the matter; hearings; the Burford contempt citation and resolution of the citation; information on White House staff contacts with the EPA; notes on meetings with EPA officials and DOJ officials; White House press conference material on the matter; copies of drafts and final versions of the Memorandum of Understandings with Congressional subcommittees; documents submitted to Committees; press clippings on the entire investigation; the final reports of the Subcommittees and peripheral investigations of EPA outside adviser James Sanderson  and the EPA Inspector General.

 

The series contains mostly White House and Department of Justice material.  There is a small amount of Environmental Protection Agency material mostly from the General Counsel Robert Perry and a small amount of photocopies of EPA internal documents.  For a fuller amount of EPA material and a specific document list please see Subseries B.

 

SUBSERIES B: INVESTIGATION OF DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ROLE IN THE CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY. 1984-1988. ( l.ft.Box 18-)

 

As public testimony before various House committees by Reagan Administration officials was concluding (see Subseries A), the House Judiciary Committee Chairman Peter Rodino signaled his intent to further inquire about the Department of Justice’s handling of Superfund documents.  Rodino began a series of letters to the Attorney General William French Smith seeking documents about the decision making process advising President Reagan to assert executive privilege on 35 EPA documents.  These inquiries continued for two years and in March 1983 Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legal Counsel Theodore (Ted) Olson testified before the Committee.  This testimony was later used to fuel a full House Judiciary Committee investigation and a further Independent Counsel investigation.

 

In 1984, the House Judiciary Committee launched a full investigation of the role of the Justice Department in the 1982-1983 Congressional investigation of the Environmental Protection Agency. The Committee published its conclusions in a December 1985 report that accused Justice Department attorneys, particularly Ted Olson and Edward Schmults, of deliberately obstructing the investigation of the EPA. Allegations included providing misleading reports and testimony, withholding incriminating material, and advising the President to make a claim of Executive privilege despite doubts about the sustainability of such a claim. The Committee recommended the Attorney General appoint an Independent Counsel to investigate possible criminal conduct including perjury and obstruction of justice.

 

Following the Committee report, the Department of Justice’s Public Integrity Section began its own review of the matter.  They released their finding in April 1986 and identified cases of misconduct by four Reagan Administration officials: Edward Schmults, Ted Olson, Carol Dinkins and Deputy White House Counsel Richard Hauser. The Office recommended the Attorney General appoint an Independent Counsel to review the broad scope of actions and events rather than a specific narrow investigation.

 

The Attorney General, now Edwin Meese, appointed William Weld, then U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts to do an independent review of the entire matter. On April 4, 1986, Weld also recommended an independent counsel to investigate the actions of Schmults and Olson.

 

Meese chose to overrule most of the outside advice on the matter and limit the investigation. He appointed an Independent Counsel, James McKay, in April 1986. McKay was asked to determine whether former Justice Department attorney Theodore Olson had obstructed the 1982-83 investigation of the EPA. When McKay resigned after a month, he was succeeded by his deputy, Alexia J. Morrison. Alexia Morrison was the Securities and Exchange Commission’s enforcement chief and a former Assistant U.S. Attorney.

 

Morrison attempted to return to the initial recommendations and expand the investigation. But the D.C. Circuit Court upheld the authority of Attorney General Edwin Meese III to limit the investigation to the charges against Olson. Morrison then issued subpoenas to Olson and two other former Justice Department attorneys, who responded by challenging the Independent Counsel law in court. In June 1988 the Supreme Court, ruling in the case Morrison v. Olson, upheld the constitutionality of the Independent Counsel. In August 1988 Morrison issued her final report on the investigation, and announced in a press statement that she would not seek charges against Olson. She noted that testimony of Olson before Congress on March 10, 1983 “did not constitute a prosecutable offense because it was literally true, even if potentially misleading…”

 

This series consists of material gathered in response to the 1984 House Judiciary Committee investigation and the three year investigation of Ted Olson and the Department of Justice by Independent Counsel Alexia Morrison. The material is arranged in a roughly chronological order as the investigation was ongoing. It begins with a series of letters from House Judiciary Committee Chairman Peter Rodino, dated as early as March 1983. The series also includes an item-by-item document folders provided to the House Judiciary Committee in 1984 and notes of meetings with investigators from that committee. This is followed by the full report from the House Committee dated December 11, 1985.

 

The remainder of the series consists of material related to documents provided the Independent Counsel in November1986 and April 1987. The White House Office of Records Management assisted with the production of documents for the April 1987 request and provided the material by subject of the request. Photocopies of most of the material provided to the Independent Counsel  was returned to the Counsel’s Office in June 1987.  These documents contain a numbering system from the Independent Counsel’s office. In addition, the series contains the final production of documents and assistance provided to Independent Counsel Morrision in 1988 as she was completing her final report.

 

Since the investigation is about events in 1981-1983, most of the Reagan Administration documents in this series date from that time. They are, in fact, a fuller set of material regarding the 1982-1983 investigation including more EPA work product than is found in Subseries A. The series contains no records of the Independent Counsel.

 

Attorney Peter J. Rusthoven worked with the House Judiciary investigation. Attornies Jay B. Stephens, C. Christopher Cox, Patricia Mack Bryan and Benedict Cohen coordinated the production of material for the Independent Counsel.

 

SERIES IV: EDWIN MEESE INVESTIGATION, - INDEPENDENT COUNSEL JACOB STEIN, 1984-1986 (1.3 l.ft.; Box 26-29)

 

In January 1984, President Reagan nominated Edwin Meese III to be the next Attorney General. Under the close scrutiny of the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Office of Government Ethics, allegations arose regarding Edwin Meese’s financial dealings with San Diego Savings and Loan and subsequent federal jobs for individuals assisting him in personal financial matters.  As a consequence of these allegations, in April 1984, Jacob A. Stein was appointed an Independent Counsel, to investigate any Edwin Meese connection with employment of these individuals during his time as Counsellor to the President. Stein issued his final report in September 1984, stating that he found no basis for criminal prosecution of Mr. Meese. His conclusions helped pave the way for Meese to be confirmed as Attorney General in March 1985.

 

This series consists of photocopies of documents (1980-1984) regarding various individuals appointed to Federal agencies, boards and/or commissions during the first Reagan administration.  It also includes financial and conflict-of-interest memos and forms filed by Meese with the White House Counsel’s Office for his nomination as Counsellor to the President and his subsequent nomination as Attorney General. Photocopies were provided to both the Independent Counsel’s office and the attorneys for Edwin Meese, notably Leonard Garment.

 

White House Associate Counsel Peter J. Rusthoven was responsible for the identifying, gathering, determining relevancy and general contacts with the Independent Counsel’s office and the offices of Edwin Meese’s attorneys.  There are a set of folders that contain his workproduct regarding his investigation.

 

This series also contains a copy of the final report of the Independent Counsel Jacob A. Stein.

 

The material is arranged in roughly chronological order of the investigation.

 

Edwin Meese was the subject of a further investigation resulting from the investigation of Franklyn Nofziger and his contacts with government personnel after leaving the White House.  Please see Series VI: Lyn Nofziger/Wedtech/Edwin Meese Independent Counsel - James McKay for further investigation material regarding Edwin Meese.

 

SERIES V. MICHAEL K. DEAVER INVESTIGATION (2 l.ft., Box 29-33)

         

Michael K. Deaver was a long-time associate and personal friend to President Ronald Reagan and close confidente of First Lady Nancy Reagan. He first worked with the Reagans as a Republican Party official in California in the 1960s. He worked for then Governor Reagan in both gubernatorial administrations. He helped run the unsuccessful 1976 Reagan presidential bid, and the successful 1980 campaign.  Once Reagan took office, Deaver was given the post of Deputy Chief of Staff, a position created for him, and he served in this position from 1981-March 1985.

 

After leaving the White House in 1985, Deaver formed a lobbying and public relations firm, Michael K. Deaver and Associates. Quick success followed with clients such as the governments of Canada (particularly acid rain issues), South Korea, Saudi Arabia, and the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico.  His clients also included TWA, Phillip Morris, and Smith, Barney, Harris & Upham Co. Deaver continued to have wide access to the White House. He retained his White House pass, his access to the White House tennis courts and continued to receive the President’s confidential daily schedule.

 

The Ethics in Government Act of 1978 states that a former government employee is forbidden from lobbying any Administration colleagues for a full two years after he or she has left their government post. Deaver was immediately suspected of violating this Act. A high-profile Time magazine cover story on his influence peddling in 1986 only made speculation worse. Congress began investigations and heard testimony from Deaver. Deaver readily agreed with Congressman John Dingell’s (D-Mich.) call for an independent counsel investigation. The Independent Counsel Act was invoked in May 1986, and Whitney North Seymour was appointed to investigate. Deaver cooperated throughout the investigation and willingly gave testimony to Congress and a grand jury.

 

In March of 1987, Deaver was indicted on five counts of perjury, for lying in Congressional and grand jury testimony. The indictment focused on his testimony regarding his representation of Canada (acid rain issues), South Korea, TWA, Smith Barney and the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico. A seven week trial followed some time after the indictment. Deaver and his attorneys were so confident in his stated innocence and the weakness of the government’s case no witnesses were called for the defense. In December 1987, after a 27 hour deliberation, the jury convicted Deaver on three counts of perjury.  He was sentenced to 3 years in prison, a $100,000 fine and 1500 hours of community service.  Deaver’s prison sentence was converted to three years probation.

 

President Reagan notes in his personal diary that he considered pardoning Deaver at the very end of his Administration, but Deaver did not want the pardon.

 

This series consists of material regarding the production of documents for Independent Counsel and Deaver’s attorneys for the investigation and trial of Michael K. Deaver. The material includes receipts from the Independent Counsel, letters and notes from the Independent Counsel; requests from the White House Counsel Office to other White House offices and staff for contacts with Mike Deaver; and photocopies of documents with requests for declassification of material for trial use. The photocopies of White House documents provided is mainly focused on several subjects including Canada and the acid rain issue and contacts on behalf of South Korea and contacts with the President.

 

The White House Office of Records Management noted within some of the material that the FBI often asked the White House for documents on very broad, vague topics which were difficult to fulfill. The White House asked for more specificity but received very little.  Material was often gathered on these vague requests, and much of it was never collected by the FBI.  Material within the 14 folders on Deaver’s involvement with trade issues consists largely of material never used by the Independent Counsel. The National Security Council retained a box with original documents on relations with Canada and the box was noted as material gathered for the Deaver investigation.  The Library retained these originals within National Security Council collections and made a photocopy for this collection (Box 30: [Canada-Deaver Investigation] (1)-(6) and [Canada-Deaver Investigation] Visit of Prime Minister Trudeau, 07/10/1981 (1)-(3).

 

White House Counsel staff attorneys C. Christopher Cox and Jay B. Stephens coordinated the Deaver investigation for the White House, producing documents for the Independent Counsel. Both of these collections contain a Deaver investigation series although the Stephens material is much more extensive than Cox.  Both series are open and available for research use.

 

The material within this series is arranged in roughly chronological order of the investigation and trial.

 

SERIES VI. LYN NOFZIGER/WEDTECH/EDWIN MEESE (15.6 l.ft., CFOAs 852-854, 1115-1122; OAs 15603, 15745)

         

In February 1987, Independent Counsel James McKay was appointed to investigate allegations that Franklyn (Lyn) Nofziger had violated the Ethics in Government Act by lobbying former Administration colleagues on behalf of various clients before legally allowed. One of these clients was Wedtech Corporation, a New York City-based firm formerly known as Welbilt Electronic Die Corporation. Other clients included Fairchild Industries, the Marine Engineers Beneficial Association, and a California rice company that had a contract with the South Korean government.

 

E. Robert Wallach, a personal friend of Attorney General Edwin Meese III, was also lobbying the White House on behalf of Wedtech. In May 1987, the Independent Counsel’s investigation was broadened to include allegations of Meese’s possible illegal involvement with Wedtech. The Independent Counsel went on to investigate several additional allegations against Meese, including: his promotion within the Administration, at Wallach’s request, of a proposed Iraq-to-Jordan oil pipeline; possible conflicts of interest in his involvement with telecommunications policy while owning telephone company stock; and issues regarding the funding of Mrs. Meese’s job, and the Meeses’ tax returns.

 

In July 1987, a grand jury indicted Nofziger and his associate Mark Bragg on conflict-of-interest charges. Nofziger was convicted in February 1988 (while Bragg was acquitted), but the conviction was overturned on appeal after President Reagan left office. In July 1988, the Independent Counsel’s final report on Meese criticized several aspects of Meese’s conduct, but stopped short of charging him with any crimes.

 

Separate Wedtech investigations were conducted by the New York City District Attorney’s office, and the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York. These investigations led to the criminal convictions of several people in the New York area – including Wedtech’s leaders, some local politicians, and two U.S. Congressmen – on racketeering and other charges.

 

White House Counsel staff attorneys Peter D. Keisler and Jay B. Stephens coordinated the investigation for the White House, producing documents for the Independent Counsel. The collection includes the original photocopies of documents sent by the White House to Independent Counsel James McKay.  These photocopies are the only remaining material not fully processed and available for research within this Subseries. The documents are from various White House staff and office file collections and each one is marked with its original location.

 

While processed, this material is currently unarranged.

 

SERIES VII: THE INDEPENDENT COUNSEL INVESTIGATION RE: IRAN/CONTRA, 1987-1989 (6.25 l.ft.; CFOAs 1169-1173)

 

Lawrence Walsh was appointed Independent Counsel in 1987 to investigate the Iran-Contra Affair.  In 1986, members of the Reagan National Security Council illegally sold arms to Iran in the hope that Iran would put pressure on terrorist groups holding American hostages in Lebanon to release them.  In addition, funds received from the sale of the arms were illegally transferred to support the Contra fighters against the Nicaraguan Sandinista government. 

 

As a result of Walsh’s investigation the following Reagan administration individuals were indicted and convicted (usually on the charge of withholding information or lying to Congress): National Security staff member Oliver North, National Security Advisors Robert McFarlane and John Poindexter, Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger, Elliott Abrams of the State Department and Duane Clarridge, Alan Fiers and Clair George of the Central Intelligence Agency.  North and Poindexter had their convictions overturned on appeal when the courts upheld violation of their Fifth Amendment rights.  The remaining individuals were pardoned by President George H.W. Bush.

 

The majority of the material within this series consists of document requests from Congress and subsequent production of these documents for the Independent Counsel.  There are a small amount of subject files.  A few select folders within this series are available for research, although the series is unarranged.

 

The White House also created a White House Legal Task Force to work with the Department of Justice on their own investigation of the Iran-Contra Affair.  This collection is much larger than this series and is a separate collection at the Library.

 

CONTAINER LIST

         

          SERIES I: Internal Investigation of Richard V. Allen, 1981-1982

          Box 1

          [Records re FBI Allen Investigation, 09/22/1981 (Luttig Copy)]

          [Records re FBI Allen Investigation, 09/22/1981 (Goldfield Copy)]

          [Records re FBI Allen Investigation, 09/22/1981 (Haller Copy)]

          RVA – Common Cause

          Allen, Richard V. [re: Financial Disclosure Report] (1)-(3)

          RVA – Response to Shufu no Tomo Questions – February 1981

          [Records re: FBI/DOJ Allen Investigation, 11/27/1981 (Luttig Copy)] (1)(2)

          [Records re: FBI/DOJ Allen Investigation, 11/27/1981 (Goldfield Copy)] (1)(2)

          [Records re: FBI/DOJ Allen Investigation, 11/27/1981 (Haller Copy)] (1)(2)

          [Records re: FBI/DOJ Allen Investigation, 11/27/1981-11/30/1981 (Luttig Copy]

                                                     (1)-(3)

          [Records re: FBI/DOJ Allen Investigation, 11/27/1981-11/30/1981 (Goldfield Copy]

                                                     (1)-(3)

          [Records re: FBI/DOJ Allen Investigation, 11/27/1981-11/30/1981 (Haller Copy] (1)

 

          Box 2

          [Records re: FBI/DOJ Allen Investigation, 11/27/1981-11/30/1981 (Haller Copy]

                                                     (2)(3)

          Allen, Richard V./Contacts between White House and DOJ (1)(2)

          RVA - $1000 Honorarium

          RVA – Gifts

          RVA – Sale of Potomac International to Hannaford (Empty)

          RVA – Contacts w/Clients of Potomac & Hannaford (Empty)

          RVA – SF-278 – Errors and Omissions (Empty)

          RVA – Transition (Empty)

          Allen, R.V. – White House Statements

          [Records re DOJ Allen Investigation, 12/07/1981 (Luttig Copy)] (1)(1)

          [Records re DOJ Allen Investigation, 12/07/1981 (Goldfield Copy)] (1)(2)

          [Records re DOJ Allen Investigation, 12/07/1981 (Haller Copy)] (1)(2)

          Allen, Richard V. [Notes/Memos to File – Richard Hauser, 11/23/1981-12/10/1981]

          RVA – Correspondence/General

          [RVA – Initial Investigation Reports]

          [Working Papers re Counsel’s Office Review of Potential Richard V. Allen Ethics

Violations] (1)(2)

          Document No. 1 (Document No. 19 is identical) [07/06/1981 Memo, William Brock to

the Trade Policy Committee]

          Document No. 3 [re 07/24/1981 and 07/07/1981 Trade Policy Committee Meeting]

          Document No. 3 [re 07/24/1981 and 07/07/1981 Trade Policy Committee Meeting

 – not same as previous No. 3 document]

          Document No. 5 [Cable]

          Document No. 6 [07/27/1981, Memo John William to Carl Jacobsen]

          Document No. 6 [07/27/1981 Memo – not same as previous No. 6]

          Document No. 7 [re FIRA – Foreign Investment Agency]

         

          Box 3

          Document Nos. 12 and 16 (Same Document) [re Canadian Foreign Investment

Policy]

          Document No. 13 [re 07/23/1981 Cabinet Council Economic Affairs Meeting]

          Document No. 14 [re Foreign, especially Canadian, Investment in U.S.]

          Document No. 15 [re Mineral Land Leasing Act of 1920]

          Document No. 25 (Similar to document Nos 12 & 16) [re Canadian Foreign

Investment Policy]

          [Unnumbered Document re: Protection of Intelligence, ND011-01, 023789]

          [Unnumbered Document re: Mass Immigration Emergency Plan]

          [Allen Investigation re: Allen Contacts – Notes, Interviews & Documents] (1)-(5)

          [RVA – Interrogatories – Questions], 12/23/1981

          RVA – FBI Reports

          Memo to RVA, 12/26/1981

          [RVA – Counsel’s Office Review, 12/26/1981]

          RVA Interrogatories – Contacts

          RVA Interrogatories – Gifts (1)(2)

          RVA Interrogatories – Sale of Potomac

          RVA – Interrogatories

          [RVA – Interrogatories – Answers]

          [RVA – Counsel’s Office re: Contacts – Summary Drafts]

          RVA – Summaries

          [Allen Investigation – Gifts] (1)-(4)

         

          Box 4

          [Allen Investigation – Gifts] (5)

          RVA – Newsclippings

          [Newspaper Articles re Allen Investigation] (1)-(5)

          [Allen Investigation – Gifts] Potomac International/Contact w/Clients –

                                              News Clippings

          Report of the Office of Counsel to the President Regarding the Richard V. Allen

                         Matter (Original without Appendices) (1)(2)

          [Report of the Office of Counsel to the President Regarding the Richard V. Allen

                                               Matter] (1)-(4)

          [RVA – Press Release, 01/04/1982]

          Richard Allen [H.P. Goldfield Notes/Memo]

          RVA – Disposition of $1000 Honorarium

 

          SERIES II: INVESTIGATION OF RAYMOND DONOVAN CONFIRMATION,

          SECRETARY OF LABOR

          Box 4, cont.

          [Contents of Usual FBI Background Check as Part of Memorandum of

                   Understanding – FBI/Transition]

          Donovan, Raymond J.  – [Initial FBI January 1981 Reports] (1)(2)

 

          Box 5

          Hearings before the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources: Raymond J.

                   Donovan to be Secretary of Labor, January 12 and 27, 1981

          [Documents Re: Donovan, 1981]

          Donovan – [Appointment of Special Prosecutor, December 1981] (1)(2)

          [Senate Investigation of Department of Labor]

          [Material Viewed by Special Prosecutor and Given to Senate Committee] (1)(2)

          [Additional Senate Committee on Labor & Human Resources Reports & Excerpts]

          Senator Baker

          Fred F.Fielding Statement 06/09/1982

          Webster Press Conference 06/09/1982 (1)(2)

          Press Briefing 06/15/1982

          Rodino Letter (1)(2)

Byrd Letter (1)(2)

          Denton Letter

          [Documents re: FBI Investigation, 1980-1981] (Binder)

          [Documents re: FBI Investigation, 1981-1982] (Notebook)

          [Correspondence with Congress re: Donovan] (1)(2)

 

          Box 6

          [Correspondence with Congress re: Donovan] (3)-(11)

          [Inventory of Congressional Correspondence re: Donovan Investigation] (1)-(8)

 

          Box 7

          [Inventory of Congressional Correspondence re: Donovan Investigation] (9)-(11)

          Committee Resolution - Flannery

          [Chronology of Events/Summary of Key Points Drafts & Final] (1)(2)

          [FBI Materials Given to Senate Committee] (1)(2)

          Hauser Notes

          Senate Deposition Request – Fielding

          Labor Committee Resolution (1)(2)

          Labor Committee (1)-(4)

          [Transcript of Deposition of Francis M. Mullen, 08/11/1982, Annotated]

          [Excerpt of Sworn Record of Francis M. Mullen, 08/11/1982]

          [Resumed Sworn Record of Francis M. Mullen, Annotated, 08/12/1982] (1)(2)

 

          Box 8

          [Resumed Sworn Record of Francis M. Mullen, Annotated, 08/12/1982] (3)

          [Excerpt of Resumed Sworn Record of Francis M. Mullen, 08/12/1982]

          [Silverman Interview of Edwin Meese, 08/14/1982]

          Testimony: Sworn Record of Francis M. Mullen, 08/17/1982] (1)(2)

          Testimony: Sworn Record of Francis M. Mullen, 08/17/1982, Annotated (1)(2)

          [Resumed Sworn Record of Francis M. Mullen, 08/18/1982 (1)-(3)

          [Resumed Sworn Record of Francis M. Mullen, 08/18/1982, Annotated] (1)(2)

          [Sworn Record of Anthony Adamski, 08/18/1982, Annotated] (1)(2)

[Transcript of Anthony Adamski Testimony, 08/19/1982] (1)(2)

[Transcript of Anthony Adamski Testimony, 08/19/1982, Annotated] (1)(2)

[Excerpt from Adamski Testimony, 08/19/1982]

          Testimony of Anthony Adamski, 08/20/1982 (1)(2)

 

          Box 9

          Testimony of Anthony Adamski, 08/20/1982 (3)(4)

          [Notes on Testimony and Further Requests]

          [Department of Justice Correspondence with Senator Hatch, 08/17/1982-08/30/1982]

          Correspondence-Justice

          [Follow-Up to Donovan Investigation]

          Draft Response to 11/15/1982 Letter (1)(2)

          [Conflicts of Interest Post-Employment] (1)(2)

          Press Clippings: New York Times

          Press Clippings:  Washington Post

          Press Clippings:  Washington Times

          Press Clippings:  Other

          Press Clippings:  Time/Newsweek/U.S. News

          Press Clippings:  Wall Street Journal

          Press [Requests – Notes]

          [Report of the Committee on Labor and Human Resources re: Nomination,

01/29/1981]

          Report of the Special Counsel of the Committee on Labor and Human Resources –

May 1983

          [Appendix to Report - Committee on Labor and Human Resources, March 1983]

(1)-(7)

 

Box 10

          [Appendix to Report - Committee on Labor and Human Resources, March 1983]

(8)(9)

          Report of the Special Prosecutor (Leon Silverman) - Volume 1 – 06/28/1982 (1)-(8)

          Report of the Special Prosecutor (Leon Silverman) - Volume 2 – 06/28/1982 (1)-(8)

          Report of the Special Prosecutor (Leon Silverman) - Volume 3: Appendix &

                   Exhibits– 06/25/1982 (1)(2)

 

          Box 11

          Report of the Special Prosecutor (Leon Silverman) - Volume 3: Appendix &

                   Exhibits– 06/25/1982 (3)-(8)

Supplemental Report of the Special Prosecutor (Leon Silverman) - 09/10/1982

          [Marked as “Original Copy”] (1)(2)

          Supplemental Report of the Special Prosecutor (Leon Silverman, 09/13/1982 (1)(2)

         

          SERIES III: Investigations Pertaining to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

          Subseries A: Congressional Investigation of the Environmental Protection Agency, 1982-

1983

          Box 11, cont.

          EPA Chronologies – October 1982-August 1984

EPA / Notes from Meeting of EPA Attorneys with EPA Office of Solid Waste &

Emergency Response – 09/07/1982

          Justice Department - Notes from Meeting 10/01/1982

          Dingell - Correspondence with Justice Department October 1982-October 1983

                   (1)-(3)

          Levitas - Correspondence with EPA – October 1982

          Levitas - Correspondence with Justice Department November 1982-December 1982

          EPA / DOJ Correspondence re: Dingell / Levitas October 1982-November 1983

                   (1)-(5)

 

          Box 12

          Gorsuch Correspondence with Department of Justice 1981-1983

          Gorsuch Subpoena October 1982-February 1983

          Presidential Memos & [Withheld Privileged Documents / Gorsuch October 1982

                   (1)-(6)

          EPA/ Presidential Memos / Gorsuch October 1982-November 1982

          EPA Talking Points [Executive Privilege] November 1982

          Contempt Vote (House Investigations and Oversight Subcommittee) 12/03/1982

          EPA – Executive Privilege [Gorsuch Contempt Issue] January 1983-February 1983

          EPA / Ropes & Gray [Gorsuch Contempt Issue] January 1983

          Gorsuch - Correspondence with Rep. Dingell 01/28/1983

          EPA / Press Conference Q & A's Statements February 1983 (1)(2)

          Perry, Robert M. / Statement for Environmental News

          Stringfellow Site, January 1983-March 1983

          Lavelle, Rita (1)-(5)

          Brown, Michael A. 02/17/1983

          Cable News Network – 02/09/1983

          Fielding Letter to William French Smith 02/15/1983

          EPA - Negotiation Talking Points (Sent by DOJ) -02/11/1983

 

          Box 13

          Internal Chronology / Summary of EPA Issues February 1983 (1)-(3)

          Pending Congressional Requests for Information [As of February 1983] (Binder)

                   (1)-(3)

          [Documents of Agreement re: Production of Documents - EPA Investigation

                   02/18/1983]

          EPA / Levitas Agreement 02/18/1983

          Dingell - Memorandum of Understanding 03/09/1983

          Levitas - Memorandum of Understanding 03/11/1983-03/23/1983 (1)(2)

          Florio - Memorandum of Understanding 03/14/1983

          Synar / Memorandum of Understanding 03/30/1983

          EPA / Levitas Amendment June 1983

          EPA General February 1983 (1)(2)

          Shredders February 1983

          EPA Congressional Correspondence February 1983-March 1983

          EPA / Correspondence to DOJ February 1983-May 1984

          EPA Dingell February 1983-November 1983 (1)-(3)

          EPA / Staff Contacts February 1983-March 1983

          [EPA/Staff Contacts – Craig Fuller, May 1983]

          EPA / Chaffee – Udall [Environmental Law Enforcement] 02/21/1983

          Testimony (Lavelle) 02/23/1983

          Synar – Correspondence 02/23/1983

          Representative Peter Rodino - Correspondence with Justice Department

02/24/1983-08/05/1983

          EPA / SchmultsBurford February 1983-March 1983

          President - Memoranda to [Dingell Letter] 03/01/1983

          EPA / Recommendations (Sherrie Cooksey Memo to Fielding) 03/04/1983

          EPA-Private Sector Survey [Dingell Request] 03/07/1983

          Baker, James III - Letter to Rep. Scheuer 03/17/1983

         

          Box 14

          Justice Department - Response to Joint Correspondence from Senators Mitchell,

                   Moynihan, Hart [Vacancies Issue] 03/23/1983

          Contempt Citations May 1983 (1)(2)

          EPA Dingell - Broyhill Statements 05/19/1983

          Harris, Stan - Testimony (Committee on Public Works and Transportation)

                   [Gorsuch Contempt Issue] 06/16/1983

          EPA Investigation Report 08/11/1983 (1)(2)

          EPA Personnel [Improper Practices] 09/23/1983

          Dingell Hearings – Notes 09/27/1983 (1)(2)

          EPA:  Dingell Hearings: Fall 1983 (1)-(3)

          EPA / Dingell Hearings Material September 1983 (1)(2)

          [Report of Sub-Committee on Superfund Administration, etc.] 09/29/1983 (1)-(4)

          EPA / Miscellaneous October 1982-June 1983 (1)-(3)

          [Working Papers re: Document Submittal - EPA Investigation - I] (1)(2)

         

          Box 15

          [Working Papers re: Document Submittal - EPA Investigation - I] (3)-(5)

          [Working Papers re: Document Submittal - EPA Investigation - II] (1)-(6)

          [Working Papers re: Document Submittal - EPA Investigation - III] (1)-(4)

          [Working Papers re: Document Submittal - EPA Investigation - IV] (1)-(6)

         

          Box 16

          EPA Inquiry (Hold) 1982-1987

          EPA - Press

          EPA / Press Briefings - News Articles (1)-(4)

          EPA / Clippings (1)-(3)

          [EPA Press Clippings]  I. Enforcement of Super Fund (1)-(8)

          [EPA Press Clippings] II. Dingell Inquiry (1)(2)

          [EPA Press Clippings]  III. Scheuer Inquiry

         

          Box 17

          [EPA Press Clippings]  IV  Synar Inquiry

          [EPA Press Clippings]  V  Florio Inquiry

          [EPA Press Clippings]  VI  Whistleblower Investigation by Labor

          [EPA Press Clippings]  VII  DOJ/Lavelle

          [EPA Press Clippings]  VIII  White House/Lavelle Firing (1)-(4)

          [EPA Press Clippings]  IX  The Shredder

          [EPA Press Clippings]  X  Miscellaneous Issues (1)-(9)

          [EPA Press Clippings  Gorsuch]

          [EPA Press Clippings]  Hernandez/Dow (1)(2)

          [EPA Press Clippings]  Ruckleshaus (1)-(3)

         

          Box 18

          [EPA Press Clippings]  Sanderson

          EPA Press Clippings (1)-(7)

          Terminations and Replacements August 1982-March 1983

          James Sanderson (1)-(4)

          Sanderson (1)-(3)

         

SUBSERIES B: Investigation of Department of Justice Role in the Congressional

Investigation of the Environmental Protection Agency, 1984-1988

Box 18, cont.

EPA/Rodino [Correspondence re: DOJ Investigation] March 1983-October 1984

          List and Notes re Document Sources – Olson/EPA Investigation]

          June Document Production to Alexia Morrison – Reviewed by Chris Cox, Ben

                   Cohen, Pat Bryan – Summary of Documents 1982-1983 Documents

          [3 Memo, Richard Hauser to Robert Perry, 01/13/1983]

          [4 Memo, Peter Rusthoven to Fred Fielding, 11/03/1983]

          [5] Unidentified [Unsorted Documents for Olson/EPA Investigation] (1)(2)

 

          Box 19

          [5] Unidentified [Unsorted Documents for Olson/EPA Investigation] (3)-(8)

          [6] Inventory – Folders 7-20]

          [7] Memo Richard Hauser to Robert Perry 01/13/1983

          [8] Q&A – Press Conference 02/15/1983

          [9] Memo from Fuller to Fielding 02/09/1983

          [10]  Summary of Issues – EPA 02/15/1983

          [11]  Memo Rusthoven to Fielding 11/03/1983 with Attachments

          [12]  Page 2 Summary –  No Date, Addressee or Addressor

          [13]  Note from Larry to Cooksey Covering Letter to Dingell 01/26/1983

          [14]  Transcripts: Q&A Goar to Gorsuch (Undated)

          [15]  Memo Sherrie Cooksey to Fred Fielding 03/04/1983 with Attached Memo from

                   Cooksey to Fielding 03/03/1983

          [16]  Routing Slip from Theodore Olson to Richard Hauser 01/18/1983 Covering

                   Letter          from Dingell to Gorsuch, and Perry Statement

          [17]  Letter from Dingell to Perry 11/15/1982

          [18]  Memo from Hauser/Cooksey to Fielding 11/22/1982

          [19]  Gorsuch Subpoena – Dingell Subcommittee 10/14/1982

          [20]  Gorsuch Subpoena – Levitas Subcommittee 11/16/1982

          [21] Inventory – Folders 22-25]

          [22]  Letter Stanley Harris to O’Neill 12/27/1982

          [23]  Memo Cooksey to Fielding 03/03/1983

          [24]  Letter Schroeder, Scheuer, Gore 02/16/1983

          [25]  Memo Boggs to Fielding 03/04/1983

          [26] Inventory – Folders 27-32]

          [27]  Chronology of Events

          [28]  Letter Rodino to Fielding 08/05/1983

          [29]  Handwritten Notes – Questions from Schweitzer 11/15/1982

          [30]  Memo Fuller to Meese 02/14/1983

          [31]  Memo Cooksey to Fielding, with Attachments 04/27/1984

          [32]  Letter Fish to Rodino 10/11/1984

          [33] Inventory – Folders 34-49 (Documents from CFOA 437, Set 1)]

          [34] 1 CFOA 437 [Ted Olson to McConnell 10/31/1983, McConnell to Dingell Letter

                   Draft and Attachments]

          [35] 2 CFOA 437 [Duplicate of Folder #13]

          [36] 3 CFOA 437 [Larry (Sims) Note Covering McConnel to Dingell Draft Letter,

                   11/23/1982]

          [37] 4 CFOA 437 [Draft Letter Attorney General to Dingell with Edits, November

                   1982]

          [38] 5 CFOA 437 [Talking Points re Dingell Subpoena and Executive Privilege with

                   Edits]

          [39] 6 CFOA 437 [Timothy Finn to Richard Hauser Note Covering Notes Taken at

                    Dingell Hearing, 09/27/1983]

          [40] 7 CFOA 437 [Timothy Finn to Richard Hauser, 09/27/1983 – No Attachments]

          [41] 8 CFOA 437 [Richard Hauser to John C. Keeney re EPA Investigation

                   03/04/1983

          [42] 10 CFOA 437 [Letter to Attorney General from Rodino, 02/24/1983]

          [43] 11 CFOA 437 [Fielding/Levitas Correspondence re Memorandum of

                   Understanding, March 1983]

          [44] 12 CFOA 437 [Letter Fielding to Ed Schmults re Memorandum of

                   Understanding, 03/22/1983

          [45] 13 CFOA 437 [Letter Schmults to Fielding re: Memorandum of Understanding,

                   03/23/1983]

          [46] 15 CFOA 437 [Levitas/EPA Memorandum of Understanding, 03/18/1983]

          [47] 16 CFOA 437 [Edited Draft Levitas/EPA Memorandum of Understanding]

          [48] 19 CFOA 437 [Letter Dingell to the President re EPA Wrongdoing, 03/01/1983]

          [49] 20 CFOA 437 [Chronologies, October 1982-August 1984]

          [CFOA 437 – Not on Folder Inventory – re: EPA Investigation and White House

                   Contacts with EPA]

          [50] Inventory – Folders 51-58 (Documents from CFOA 437, Set 2)]

 

          Box 20

          [51] Tab 4 and Tab 6, CFOA 437 [Letters Robert McConnell to John Dingell

                   10/18/1982 Draft & Final, and 10/25/1982]

[52] Tab 5, CFOA 437 (material not in folder – replaced at White House with blank Post‑it Note)

          [53] Tab 8, CFOA 437 [Note from Olson Covering a Draft Response to Washington

                   Post  Article, 10/28/1982]

          [54] Tab 9, CFOA 437 [Draft Letter McConnell to Dingell, November 1982 & Memo

                   Olson to Richard Mays with Attachments]

          [55] Tab 11, CFOA 437 [Letter Dingell to Attorney General, 11/08/1982]

          [56] Tab 13, CFOA 437 [Larry (Sims) Note Covering Draft Letter Ted Olson to

                   Dingell, November 1982]

          [57] Tab 15, CFOA 437 [Larry (Sims) Note to Hauser Covering Two Copies of Draft

                   Letters Ted Olson to Dingell, Edited, November 1982]

          [58] Tab 31, CFOA 437 [Memo Fielding to John Keeney re EPA Investigation,

                   02/17/1983]

[59. Inventory – Folders 60-70 (Documents from Sherrie Cooksey Folder “SMC/EPA Judiciary

Committee Investigation of DOJ Role”)]

          [60] Tab A [Duplicate of Folder #42]

          [61] Tab C [Multiple Material re: Rita Lavelle and the Stringfellow Waste Site

          [62] Tab D [Duplicate of Folder #48]

          [63] Tab E [Press Briefings and Larry Speakes Statement, 03/02/1983]

          [64] Tab F [Letter to Attorney General from Rodino & Robert Perry Note to

                   Richard Hauser re: List of Names Referenced in Washington Post Article]

          [65] Tab K [Two Letters McConnell to Rodino re: Investigation of DOJ Role in EPA

                   Investigation 03/08/1983]

          [66] Tab M [Draft Memorandum of Understanding EPA/Dingell 03/09/1983]

          [67] Tab Mc [Letter McConnell to Rodino, 03/09/1983]

          [68] Tab N [Letter Levitas to Fielding, Schmults 03/11/1983

          [69] Tab R [Memo Jim Medas to Larry Speakes re Contacts with Rita Lavelle]

          [70] Tab W [Fielding/Schmults Letters and Signed Levitas Memorandum of

                   Understanding, 03/22/1983]

          [71] Inventory – Folders 72-78 (Documents from the Attachment (CFOA 458 to

                   Case File FE002-01, 335719 (CF) re: Executive Privilege]

          [72] CF 335719 2 [Hauser and Olson Cover Notes for Draft Letter Gorsuch to

                   Dingell re: Request for Documents October 1982]

          [73] CF 335719 3 [Assertion of Executive Privilege, 10/25/1982]

          [74] CF 335719 4 [Duplicates of Documents from Folder #73 and Cover Memo

                   Richard Hauser to James Baker, 10/26/1982]

          [75] CF 335719 5 [Material re: Congressional Questions on the President’s Review

                   of Executive Privilege Issue, January 1983]

          [76] CF 335719 6 [Memo Robert Perry to EPA Employees Subpoened by

                   Congressional Committee re: Testimony, 02/22/1983

          [77] CF 335719 7 [Memo Fielding to James Baker re: Summary of “Executive

                   Privilege Related” Congressional Requests, 03/30/1983]

          [78] CF 335719 8 [Letter Lowell Jensen to Rodino Requesting DOJ Review of the

                   Committee Report to Provide Comments]

          [79] Inventory – Folders 80-90]

          [80] Letter Barrett to Fielding – Inventory Documents, Tabs 1-25 09/06/1984 (1)-(5)

          [81] Memo Olson to Schmults, McConnell, Fielding, Hauser 11/10/1983

          [82] Draft Q&A for Press Conference 02/15/1983

          [83] Draft Q&A for Press Conference 02/14/1983

          [84] Draft Statement by the President 02/18/1983

          [85] Memo David Gergen to Baker, et al. re: EPA Guidance and Draft Talking

                   Points, 02/15/1983

          [86] Memo Hewitt / Richner to Richard Hauser re Notes on House Judiciary

                   Committee Hearing 12/05/1985

          [87] Executive Summary [of 1985 Judiciary Committee Report (Draft)]

          [88] WHORM Case File FG122, 147955 re: Purging the House of Representatives

                   Contempt of Congress Against Mrs. Burford, June 1983

          [89] Memo Cooksey to Fielding re: Summary of Executive Privilege Related

                   Congressional Requests 03/29/1983

          [90] Memo Fielding to James Baker 03/30/1983 Duplicate of Folder #77

          [91] Inventory – Folders 92-99]

          [92] Memo to File Richard Darman re: Meds Meeting with Lavelle and Duplicate of

                   Folder #69

          [93] Memo Judy van Rest to Alan Holmes re: EPA Contacts, 03/23/1983

          [94] Memo Craig Fuller to Fred Fielding re: Lavelle Termination, and Robert

                   Perry, 02/09/1983

          [95] Chronology of Events Lavelle Termination

          [96] Memo Mike Horowitz to F. Fielding re: EPA Contact Scrub 03/24/1983

          [97] Memo C. Fuller to F. Fielding re: EPA Contacts 02/25/1983

          [98] Memo C. Fuller to Ed Meese  re: EPA Issues, 02/14/1983

          [99] Letters Robert Perry to Rep. Synar and Rep. Florio re: Document Requests,

                   02/23/1983

          [100] Inventory – Folders 101-110]

          [101] 1 EPA Inquiry – Hold [Richard Hauser Undated Notes re: Conditions for

                   Release of Documents]

          [102] 2 EPA Inquiry – Hold [Peter Rusthoven Notes Meeting with Jim Schweitzer,

                   Jonathan Cuneo, Tim Boyd re: Documents/House Judiciary DOJ/EPA

                   Investigation 11/08/1984

          [103] 3 EPA Inquiry – Hold [Rusthoven Notes re: Conversation with Jim Schweitzer

                   11/02/1984

          [104] 4 EPA Inquiry – Hold [Rusthoven Notes re: Meeting with Russell Smith and

                   Tim Lykos re: DOJ/EPA Investigation, 1984]

          [105] 5 EPA Inquiry – Hold [Rusthoven Notes re: Meeting with Mark Raabe and

                   Richard Frendsen re: WH Documents for Committee Review and Further

                   Requests, 09/11/1984]

          [106] 6 EPA Inquiry – Hold [Rusthoven Notes re: Telecon with Mark Raabe,

                   Further Questions on WH Documents, 09/13/1984]

          [107] 7 EPA Inquiry – Hold [Duplicates from Folder #99]

          [108] 8 EPA Inquiry – Hold [Duplicates of Folder #61]

 

          Box 21

          [109] 19 EPA Inquiry – Hold [Letter Edward Schmults to Anne Gorsuch re:

                   Referral of FBI, 02/15/1983 and Letter Edward Schmults to Rep. Howard re:

                   EPA Documents, 02/14/1983]

          [110] 20 EPA Inquiry – Hold [Miscellaneous Material Mostly re Rita Lavelle

                   Including Some of Her Work Product]

          House Judiciary Committee Report on EPA Superfund – DOJ Incident (1)-(4)

 

          Box 22

          House Judiciary Committee Report on EPA Superfund – DOJ Incident (5)

Document Production Request of 11/13/1986, Responses to (1)-(7)

Document Production Request of 04/10/1987: 1. Olson Recommendation to POTUS

Document Production Request of 04/10/1987: 2. POTUS Review of Olson Recommendation

Document Production Request of 04/10/1987: 3. POTUS Instruction to Burford to Assert Executive Privilege

Document Production Request of 04/10/1987: 4. White House Discussion with Levitas and Dingell Staffs (1)-(5)

Document Production Request of 04/10/1987: 5. House of Representatives Contempt Proceeding – December 1982

Document Production Request of 04/10/1987: 6. U.S. v. House of Representatives (Civ. #82-3583 – 12/16/1982) (empty)

Document Production Request of 04/10/1987: 7. Rita M. Lavelle (1)

 

Box 23

Document Production Request of 04/10/1987: 7. Rita M. Lavelle (2)-(5)

Document Production Request of 04/10/1987: 8. Perry Testimony of 12/03/1982 and 03/07/1983 before Dingell Subcommittee

Document Production Request of 04/10/1987: 9. Burford Resignation 03/09/1983 (1)-(5)

Document Production Request of 04/10/1987: 10. House Judiciary Investigation April 1983-December 1985 (1)-(3)

          EPA Independent Counsel (Stamped Copies of Documents Returned 06/26/1987 –

                   Submissions of 11/26/1986, 05/27/1987, 06/15/1987 & 06/22/1987)

          Documents J000001 through J000075  #1 (1)-(6)

          EPA Independent Counsel (Stamped Copies of Documents Returned 06/26/1987 –

                   Submissions of 11/26/1986, 05/27/1987, 06/15/1987 & 06/22/1987)

          Documents J000076 through J000130  #2 (1)-(3)

         

          Box 24

          EPA Independent Counsel (Stamped Copies of Documents Returned 06/26/1987 –

                   Submissions of 11/26/1986, 05/27/1987, 06/15/1987 & 06/22/1987)

          Documents J000076 through J000130  #2 (4)-(9)

          EPA Independent Counsel (Stamped Copies of Documents Returned 06/26/1987 –

                   Submissions of 11/26/1986, 05/27/1987, 06/15/1987 & 06/22/1987)

          Documents J000131 through J000190  #3 (1)-(10)

          EPA Independent Counsel (Stamped Copies of Documents Returned 06/26/1987 –

\                  Submissions of 11/26/1986, 05/27/1987, 06/15/1987 & 06/22/1987)

          Documents J000191 through J000275  #4 (1)-(4)

 

Box 25

          EPA Independent Counsel (Stamped Copies of Documents Returned 06/26/1987 –

                   Submissions of 11/26/1986, 05/27/1987, 06/15/1987 & 06/22/1987)

          Documents J000191 through J000275  #4 (5)-(10)

          EPA Independent Counsel (Stamped Copies of Documents Returned 06/26/1987 –

                   Submissions of 11/26/1986, 05/27/1987, 06/15/1987 & 06/22/1987)

          Documents J000276 through J000312  #5 (1)-(6)

          EPA Independent Counsel (Stamped Copies of Documents Returned 06/26/1987 –

                   Submissions of 11/26/1986, 05/27/1987, 06/15/1987 & 06/22/1987)

          Documents J000313 through J000341  #6 (1)(2)

          #3 BSCohen/WHO (Sherrie Cooksey File) Ben Cohen (Originals) Miscellaneous

                   EPA-DOJ-White House Superfund Documents (1)-(6)

 

          Box 26

          #3 BSCohen/WHO (Sherrie Cooksey File) Ben Cohen (Originals) Miscellaneous

                   EPA-DOJ-White House Superfund Documents (7)-(10)

          #5 BSCohen/WHCO  WHCO Documents (Both Produced to Independent Counsel)

          #6 BSCohen/WHCO WHCO Summer 1988 Production of EPA – Olson Documents

                   to Independent Counsel

          #7 BSCohen/WHCO (Cox or Stephens) Olson, Theodore B. (Independent Counsel

                   Inquiry) EPA Chronology & Orders Appointing Independent Counsel (1)-(3)

          #8 BSCohen/WHCO (Cox or Stephens) Olson, Theodore B. – Independent Counsel

                   Investigation (1)(2)

 

          SERIES IV:  Edwin Meese Investigation, 1984-1986

          Box 26, cont.

          [Summary of Documents Reviewed by Counsel's Office and Supplied to Independent Counsel and Meese Counsel]

          Barrack, Thomas

          Materials from Dick Kinser Files [Contains Thomas Barrack Material]

          Documents Made Available to Stein/Garment (& Not Later Returned to

                   Presidential Personnel or Central Files): Materials from Dick Kinser Files –

                   Barrack, Thomas

          Documents Made Available to Stein/Garment (& not Later Returned to Presidential

                   Personnel or Central Files): Found in Counsel's Office Appointment Folder for Barrack, Thomas

          Berkman, William – Documents

Documents Made Available to Stein/Garment (& not Later Returned to Presidential

Personnel or Central Files): Berkman, William Documents

          Brian, Earl

          Earl W. Brian – National Science Board (1)(2)

          From Materials Filed in Counsel's Office Appointment Folder on Brian, Earl

          Documents Made Available to Stein/Garment (& not Later Returned to Presidential

                   Personnel or Central Files): Found in Counsel's Office Appointment File for Brian, Earl

          Ellingwood, Herbert

          Gray, Edwin J. (1)

 

          Box 27

          Gray, Edwin J.(2)

          Documents Made Available to Stein/Garment (& not Later Returned to Presidential

Personnel or Central Files): Herbert, Gavin S.

Luce, Gordon

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): Gordon Luce

                   – President's Committee on Housing

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): Gordon Luce,

                   U.S. Delegation to UN General Assembly – State – 1982s

          McKean, John (1)(2)

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): John R.

                   McKean-Postal Board

          Moss, William

          Documents Made Available to Stein/Garment (& not Later Returned to Presidential

                   Personnel or Central Files): Moss, William

          Clarence Pendleton Documents Copied for Stein's Office

          Copies of Clarence Pendleton Documents Supplied to Garment's Office

          Senior Staff Notes & Agendas, RR Approval Memo re Pendleton, Clarence

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): Betsy Brian Rollins

          Sandstrom, Marc

          Thomas, Edwin

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): Ed Thomas

                   General Services Administration

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): General

                   Thomas K. Turnage

          Helene von Damm (to both Stein's & (without Letter) to Garment's Office)

          Wallach, E. Robert

          Documents Reviewed by Counsel's Office, but not Relevant or Duplicative (and not

                   Returned to Presidential Personnel or Central Files: Wallach

          Bob Wallach Correspondence - Duplicate or not Related to Appointment (1)-(3)

          From Meese Financial Disclosure, Ethics and Attorney General Appointment Files

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): Meese,

                   Edwin III

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): Testimony of

                   Edwin Meese III – 03/01/1984-03/02/1984

          Housing Commission Documents Copied for Stein's & Garment's Offices

          Miscellaneous Information Supplied to Stein's Office

          Redacted Copies of Senior Staff Presidential Personnel Meeting Notes

          Redacted Copies of Senior Staff Presidential Personnel Meeting Agendas

          Redacted Copies of Presidential Memoranda Approving Appointments

 

          Box 28

          Garment Documents [Documents Requested by and Supplied to Meese Counsel

                   (Garment) (1)-(3)

          Information Fowarded by DGH (1)-(11)

          Documents Reviewed by Counsel's Office, but not Relevant or Duplicative (and not

                   Returned to Presidential Personnel or Central Files: Miscellaneous Material

                   Forwarded by T.A.D. Tharp (1)-(4)

Documents Reviewed by Counsel's Office, but not Relevant or Duplicative (and not

Returned to Presidential Personnel or Central Files): Miscellaneous – Irrelevant Documents (1)(2)

          PJR File on Meese Investigation: Miscellaneous Information (1)

 

          Box 29

          PJR File on Meese Investigation: Miscellaneous Information (2)

          PJR File on Meese Investigation: Correspondence with Stein's Office

          PJR File on Meese Investigation: Correspondence with EM III; Office & Attorneys

          PJR File on Meese Investigation: Senior Staff Presidential Personnel Meeting Notes, etc. (1)-(3)

          PJR File on Meese Investigation: Senior Staff Presidential Personnel Meeting Agendas (1)-(3)

          PJR File on Meese Investigation: Redacted Copies of Presidential Memoranda

                   Approving Appointments (1)(2)

          PJR File on Meese Investigation: Copies of Senior Staff Notes, Agendas on

Pendleton, Turnage

          "Report of Independent Counsel Concerning Edwin Meese III" and Related Court

                   Documents

          [Statements by President and Meese following filing of IC Report]

 

          SERIES V: MICHAEL K. DEAVER INVESTIGATION

          Box 29, cont.

          Material from Treasury – Section 936 (Taxes/Puerto Rico) (1)-(3)

 

          Box 30

          NSC Materials Regarding Canada (1)-(4)

          [Canada-Deaver Investigation] (1)-(6)

          [Canada-Deaver Investigation] Visit of Prime Minister Trudeau, 07/10/1981 (1)-(3)

          OMB Documents – Canada/Acid Rain

          Pearson/Danzansky Materials Regarding Section 936

          Materials from William Henkel

          USTR Materials Regarding Japan

          10/24/1986 Document Submission to Independent Counsel (1)-(5)

 

          Box 31

          M. K. Deaver: Document Response of 02/02/1987 (1)(2)

          M. K. Deaver: Presidential Contacts with Michael K. Deaver (1)-(4)

          M.K. Deaver:  Schedules of Michael K. Deaver (1)-(3)

          M.K. Deaver Schedules - POTUS

          M. K. Deaver: Document Submission to Independent Counsel - 03/09/1987 (1)-(3)

          M.K. Deaver - 09/18/1985 Letter to President Chun Doo Hwan – Korean Insurance

                   Market Reference (1)(2)

          [Documents re: Deaver Involvement with White House Decisions on Trade Issues] (1)-(5)

 

          Box 32

          [Documents re: Deaver Involvement with White House Decisions on Trade Issues] (6)-(14)

          [Deaver’s Involvement with Acid Rain Policy] (1)(2)

          Declassification/Air Force One Replacement

          M. K. Deaver: Incoming Documents from Defense Counsel for Declassification in

the Event Defense Used in Trial (1)-(6)

          M.K. Deaver NSC Documents - Chun Visit (1)-(3)

         

          Box 33

          ORM [Office of Records Management] Search Regarding South Korea

          NSC Trial Subpoena – Cables

          M.K. Deaver: Document Submission to Independent Counsel – 09/21/1987

          M.K. Deaver: 09/30/1987 - Potential Defense Exhibits Provided to Independent

                   Counsel, Randy Turk, State Department (1)-(7)

          M.K. Deaver: 10/14/1987 Document Submission to Randy Turk

          M.K. Deaver: 10/16/1987 Document Request/Response to Independent Counsel

          M.K. Deaver: 10/23/1987 Document Submission to Independent Counsel

          M.K. Deaver: 11/09/1987 Document Submission to Independent Counsel

          Defendant’s Exhibits (1)-(3)

          NSC Declassification for Litigation (1)(2)

          [Deaver Trial – President as Possible Witness – Jay Stephens/Culvahouse Telecon

                   with J. Herbert Miller]

         

SERIES V:  LYN NOFZIGER/WEDTECH/EDWIN MEESE INDEPENDENT

COUNSEL - James McKay

          SUBSERIES A: Wedtech/Nofziger/Meese

          CF 852

          Independent Counsel Appointment

          Lyn Nofziger:  Document Request Letters (1)(2)

          Lyn Nofziger:  Document Transmittal Letters (1)-(3)

          Lyn Nofziger:  Wedtech: Classified Document Handling

          Nofziger / Bragg Indictment

          Lyn Nofziger:  11/10/1987, Memo Opinion

          Lyn Nofziger:  Document Requests / Submission Defense Counsel

          Lyn Nofziger:  Conviction

          Lyn Nofziger:  Trial

          Witnesses

          Lyn Nofziger: Probation Information

          Lyn Nofziger: SDNY Indictment - Wallach, London, and Chinn

          Wallach, E. Robert: Miscellaneous

          Lyn Nofziger/Wedtech: Documents/ SDNY

          Lyn Nofziger: Interview Notes

          Lyn Nofziger: JBS Notes/File Memoranda (1)(2)

          Lyn Nofziger: Trial Notes

          Lyn Nofziger: Independent Counsel Pending Matters

          Lyn Nofziger: Call Regarding Alan Grant

          Lyn Nofziger: Senate Governmental Affairs Committee Investigation (1)-(4)

          Lyn Nofziger: Senate Governmental Affairs Committee Report  (1)-(4)

          Lyn Nofziger/Wedtech: T. Kenneth Cribb, Jr.

          Lyn Nofziger: Kenneth Duberstein Interview (1)(2)

          Lyn Nofziger: Craig Fuller (1)-(3)

          Lyn Nofziger: Meese Request to Review Documents

          Lyn Nofziger: Wedtech / Meese (1)(2)

         

          CF 853

          Meese/Justice: Office of Professional Responsibility Investigations

          Wedtech Spiral Notebooks

          Wedtech/Meese: Request That Meese Step Down

          Meese Telecommunications Waivers

          Meese/Pipeline

          Meese/Pipeline: Declassification Issue

          Wedtech/Meese: Office of Government Ethics Guidance on McKay Report

          Meese/Ethics: News Clippings

          Meese/Inslaw: Newspaper Clippings

          Nofziger/Wedtech/Meese: Justice Investigation News Articles

          Wedtech/Meese: Meese Resignation

          Meese/Justice Resignations: News Clippings (1)-(4)

          Nofziger/Wedtech/Meese:  McKay Report  (1)-(12)

          Nofziger/Wedtech/Meese:  McKay Report  (President’s Copy)  (1)(2)

          McKay Report  07/18/1988  (1)-(15)

         

          CF 854

          Meese/Pipeline: News Articles (1)(3)

          Meese/Trips: News Clippings

          Nofziger/Meese/Wedtech: News Clippings Beginning 02/01/1988 (1)-(3)

          Nofziger/Meese/Wedtech: News Clippings (1)-(7)

          Meese / Pipeline (1)-(9)

          Meese / Pipeline (1)-(6)

          Lyn Nofziger - Classified Document Handling - (Classified)

         

          CF 1115

          Giuliani Transmittal Letters

          McKay Transmittal Letters (1)(2)

          McKay Request Letters (1)-(4)

          [Miscellaneous Duplicates of Correspondence]

          Lyn Nofziger: Deposit of White House Records

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Review Request by Nofziger

          Lyn Nofziger: Employment Status at White House

          Lyn Nofziger: POTUS Statement re: Meese, 05/11/1987

          Lyn Nofziger: Paul S. Stevens Recusal

          Lyn Nofziger: Appointment of Independent Counsel

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Request - U.S. Attorney Southern District of New York

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to the U.S. Attorney, 02/13/1987

          Lyn Nofziger: Documents Given to FBI on 03/04/1987

          Lyn Nofziger: Meese Request to Review Documents

          Lyn Nofziger: Independent Counsel, Document Submission

          Lyn Nofziger: Independent Counsel, Document Request (1)-(3)

          Lyn Nofziger: Indictment

          Lyn Nofziger: 03/24/1987, Document Submission

          Lyn Nofziger: Executive Order Provided to Independent Counsel

          Lyn Nofziger: Post-Government Restriction Material (1)-(3)

          Lyn Nofziger: White House Pass

          Lyn Nofziger: Kimmitt and Duberstein Document Review 04/21/1987 (1)-(3)

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to Independent Counsel, 04/01/1987

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to U.S. Attorney S.D.N.Y., 04/02/1987 (1)(2)

          Lyn Nofziger: [February-] 05/13/1987, Document Submission to Independent

Counsel (1)-(5)

          1020 Series Not on your List

          [1020 Series Not on Your List: Miscellaneous Documents]

          McKay, Newspaper Articles

          [Document Series Index]

          [Documents re: Counsel Office Consideration of Waiver / Recusal Matters] (1)(2)

          Wedtech - Levin

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] March 1979 (1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay April 1979-April 1980]

 (empty)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] May 1980

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated June 1980-July 1980]

(empty)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] August 1980

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] September 1980

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] October 1980 (1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] November 1980

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] December 1980

(empty)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] January 1981

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] February 1981

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] March 1981

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] April 1981

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] May 1981

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] June 1981 (1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] July 1981 (1)(2)

         

          CF 1116

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] August 1981 (1)-(3)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] September 1981

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] October 1981 (1)-(6)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] November 1981

(1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] December 1981 (1)-

(3)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] January 1982 (1)-(3)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] February 1982 (1)-

(3)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] March 1982  (1)-(5)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] April 1982 (1)-(5)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] May 1982

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] June 1982 (1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] July 1982 (1)-(8)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] August 1982 (1)-(4)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] September 1982 (1)-

(3)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] October 1982 (1)-(6)

         

          CF 1117

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] November 1982

(1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] December 1982

(1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] January 1983

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] February 1983

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] March 1983 (1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] April 1983 (1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] May 1983

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] June 1983 (1)-(5)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] July 1983 (1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] August 1983

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] September 1983

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] October 1983

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] November 1983 (1)-

(6)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] December 1983

(1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] January 1984

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] February 1984

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] March 1984 (1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] April 1984

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] May 1984

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated June 1984] (empty)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] July 1984

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] August 1984

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated September 1984]

(empty)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] October 1984

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] November 1984

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated December 1984]

(empty)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] 1985

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] 1986 (1)(2)

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] 1987 (1)-(5)

         

          CF 1118

          [Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel McKay Dated] “No Dates” (1)-(11)

          McKay, Telephone/Visitor Logs [Copies Received] (1)-(12)

          McKay Numerical File (File Divider)

          Top Secret, Bates Stamped, 12/04/1987

          White House 10.200.000

          Miscellaneous Documents, 101-117 (1)(2)

          White House 10.700.000 -, 3/18

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to U.S. Attorney- 74-100, 02/13/1987: Copies

from OA 9461 - Welbilt folder (1)(2)

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 74-100, 02/13/1987: Copies

from OA 11830

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 74-100, 02/13/1987: Copies

from OA 8967

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 74-100, 02/13/1987: Copies

from OA 8975

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 74-100, 02/13/1987: Copies

from OA 9100

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 1298

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 3002

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 3108

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 3109

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987:Copies from

OA 3110

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 3111

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 4540

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 6048

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 6364

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 6517

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 8490

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 3112

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 7121

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 7995

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 7996

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 8116

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to US Attorney - 1-73, 02/13/1987: Copies from

OA 9802

          Top Secret, Bates Stamped, 12/04/1987 (1)-(3)

          Miscellaneous Documents, 118-123 10.000.002

          Various Documents, 124-130 10.000.002

          Jenkins Welbilt File 131-157 10.000.002 (1)-(7)

          Lyn Nofziger: Documents Submitted to Independent Counsel on 03/06/1987, B1-B77

                   Produced 03/06/1987 1030-10300411 (1)-(10)

         

          CF 1119

          Executive Orders & White House Directories C1-C8 produced 03/11/1987

                   10.500.000-10.500.359 (1)-(5)

          ACS Summaries D-1-D-2 produced 03/12/1987  10.400.001-10.400.002

          Telephone Message & “Deletions from WH during January 1982”  E-1-E-3

Produced 03/16/1987  10.800.001-10.800.005

          Telephone Logs F-1-F-8 Produced 03/17/1987 10.600.001-10.600.008

          Lyn Nofziger, 03/24/1987, Document Submission G1-G127 Produced 03/24/1987

10.900.400-10.900.322 (1)-(11)

          Request of 03/23/1987 H-1-H-2 Produced 03/26/1987

          Various Documents (not Bates Stamped) Produced 04/01/1987  10.120.000-.289 (1)-

(6)

Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission 04/08/1987 (not Bates Stamped) Produced 04/08/1987  10.130.001-.526 (1)-(12)

          04/06/1987 Request for A-10 Documents (not Bates Stamped) Produced 04/10/1987

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission, 04/14/1987 to Independent Counsel (not Bates

                   Stamped) Produced 04/14/1987  10150000-0215 (1)-(5)

          Request of 04/06/1987 and 04/15/1987 for OMB Records on A-10, Photo of Talenti &

                   Documents re: Wallach (not Bates Stamped) Produced 04/17/1987

                   10160000-091 (1)(2)

          Request of 03/06/1987 re: Edwin Meese and Request of 04/06/1987 (not Bates

Stamped) Produced 04/22/1987  10170000-083 (1)(2)

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission to Independent Counsel-04/27/1987 (not Bates Stamped) Produced 04/27/1987

                   10180000-0236 (1)-(5)

         

          CF 1120

          Requests of 04/06/1987 and 05/08/1987 for Various Documents (not Bates Stamped Copies) Produced 05/13/1987 

                   10190000-049 (1)(2)

          Office of Cabinet Affairs: Tracking Sheet, Visitor Logs (1)-(5)

          [White House Documents Provided 01/06/1988 and 01/08/1988 – Exhibit Copies] (1)-(6)

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission of 06/05/1987 (not Bates Stamped) Produced 06/05/1987  10210000-0746

          [Document Submission of 12/31/987 10310004-048]

          Request of 04/06/1987 and 04/15/1987 for OMB Records on A-10, Photo of Talenti & Documents re: Wallach (Bates

                   Stamped) Produced 04/17/1987 (1)-(3)

          Requests of  04/06/1987 and 05/108/1987 for Various Documents (Bates Stamped Copies) Produced 05/13/1987

          Requests of 03/06/1987 re: Nofziger & Meese & Request of 04/23/1987 re: Visitor  

                   Logs (Bates Stamped) Produced 04/27/1987 (1)-(5)

          Request of 03/06/1987 re: Edwin Meese and Request of 04/06/1987 re: A-10 (Bates Stamped) Produced 04/22/1987 (1)(2)

          04/06/1987 Request for Documents (Bates Stamped Copies) Produced 04/14/1987

(1)-(6)

          04/06/1987 Request for A-10 Documents (Bates Stamped) Produced 04/10/1987

          Various Documents (Bates Stamped) Produced 04/01/1987 (1)-(7)

         

          CF 1121

          [Box 7 Inventory]

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission – 04/08/1987 (1)-(6)

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission of 06/11/1987 (not Bates Stamped)10220000-

0626 (1)-(15)

          Lyn Nofziger: Document Submission of  06/15/1987 (not Bates Stamped)10230000-

                   009

          06/19/1987, Request for Visitor Logs (not Bates Stamped) Produced 07/06/1987

                   10230000-087 (1)-(2)

          06/02/1987 Request for Documents on Particular Individuals (not Bates Stamped)

Produced 07/31/1987 10240000-0340 (1)-(8)

          Documents from WH Central Files and Edwin Meese, III Produced, 09/11/1987 (1)-(4)

          WH  Records, OMB Records,  WH Visitor logs, Produced 10/02/1987 - 10260000-0367 (1)-(7)

         

          CF 1122

          Documents from Fuller, Jenkins, Harper, ORM Central Files, and Presidential

Personnel (not Bates Stamped) Produced 10/16/1987 10270000-0786 I (1)-(16)

          Documents from Fuller, Jenkins, Harper, ORM Central Files, and Presidential

Personnel (not Bates Stamped) Produced 10/16/1987 II (1)-(5)

10/19/1987 Request, Personnel Files for Anderson & Artiano, James Cicconi Files  

          & WH Counsel Files (not Bates Stamped) Produced 11/20/1987 10280000-068

          10/19/1987 Request Personnel Files for Anderson & Artiano, James Cicconi Files &

WH Counsel Files (Bates Stamped) Produced 11/20/1987  10280000-068

          Aqaba Pipeline (not Bates Stamped) 12/04/1987 1029 Series (1)-(5)

          12/30/1987 (1031 Series - for Unclassified Only) (1)-(4)

          01/14/1988 Submission, Bates Stamped, 1034 (1)-(6)

          01/14/1988 Submission, not Bates Stamped 1034 (1)-(6)

          Submission 01/28/1988, WH Counsel Files, Bates Stamped, 1036 (1)(2)

          Transmittal 03/23/1988 (not Bates Stamped)

          Transmittal 03/28/1988 (not Bates Stamped)

         

          OA 15603

          [Memo for the Record re: Documents Attached]

          [Exhibits: 100-105]

          [Exhibits: 100-105]

          [Exhibits: 107]

          [Exhibits: 108-112]

          [Exhibits: 113-120]

          [Exhibits: 121A-127]

          [Exhibits: 128-134]

          [Exhibits: 135-209]

          [Exhibits: 211-225]

          [Exhibits: List of White House Documents-227]

          [Exhibits: 229-248]

          [Exhibits; 249-314]

          [Exhibits: 315-316]

          [Exhibits: 317-326]

          [Exhibits: 327-350]

          [Exhibits: 351-357]

          [Exhibits: 358-368]

          [Exhibits: 369]

[Exhibits: 370] (1)(2)

[Exhibits: 380-399]

[Exhibits: 401-517]

Working Documents (1)-(4)

 

          OA 15745

File Return & Nofziger (1)-(6)

Peter Keisler/Nofziger Miscellaneous

Original File Documents with Exhibit Numbers (1)(2)

[Note by Terry Good]

Miscellaneous Research & File Search for Certification & Questions per Jan

Vranich & Terry Good (1)-(6)

WH Documents, Exhibit List & Notes  - Tom Taggert, Jr.

Deletion List & Document Copies Terry Good & Peter Keisler (1)-(7)

Rebuttal Exhibits

Hold Documents – ORM (Office of Records Management) Subject (1)(2)

Trial – Nofziger Documents – Good/Keisler – Notes & Miscellaneous

 

          A92/October 1992

          Box 1

          Unfoldered Letters, Memos, Phone and Visitor Logs From Various White House

Collections Given to Independent Counsel during Reagan Administration Then

Returned to C. Boyden Gray, Bush Counsel – Various White House

 

          Box 2

          Unfoldered Letters, Memos, Phone and Visitor Logs From Various White House

Collections Given to Independent Counsel during Reagan Administration Then

Returned to C. Boyden Gray, Bush Counsel – Various White House

 

          Box 3

          Unfoldered Letters, Memos, Phone and Visitor Logs From Various White House

Collections Given to Independent Counsel during Reagan Administration Then

Returned to C. Boyden Gray, Bush Counsel – Various White House

 

          SERIES V:  LYN NOFZIGER/WEDTECH/EDWIN MEESE INDEPENDENT

COUNSEL - James McKay

          SUBSERIES B:  Edwin Meese Investigation, 1984-1986

          [Summary of Documents Reviewed by Counsel's Office and Supplied to Independent Counsel and Meese Counsel]

          Barrack, Thomas

          Berkman, William – Documents

          Brian, Earl

          Ellingwood, Herbert

          Gray, Edwin

          Luce, Gordon

          McKean, John [Documents Provided to the Independent Counsel]

          Moss, William

          Pendleton Documents Copied for Stein's Office

          Copies of Pendleton Documents Supplied to Garment's Office

          Senior Staff Notes & Agendas, RR Approval Memo re Pendleton

          Sandstrom, Marc

          Thomas, Edwin

          Helene von Damm (to both Stein's & (w/o Letter) to Garment's Office)

          Wallach, E. Robert

          Housing Commission Documents Copied for Stein's & Garment's Offices

          Materials from Dick Kinser Files

          Miscellaneous Information Supplied to Stein's Office

          Redacted Copies of Senior Staff Presidential Personnel Meeting Notes

          Redacted Copies of Senior Staff Presidential Personnel Meeting Agendas

          Redacted Copies of Presidential Memoranda Approving Appointments

          From Materials Filed in Counsel's Office Appointment folder on Brian

          From Meese Financial Disclosure, Ethics and Attorney General Appointment Files

          Garment Documents CO (1)-(3)

          Information Fowarded by DGH (1)-(11)

         

          CF 574

          "Report of Independent Counsel Concerning Edwin Meese III" and Related Court

Documents

          [Statements by President and Meese following filing of IC Report]

          Documents Reviewed by Counsel's Office, but not Relevant or Duplicative (and not

Returned to Presidential Personnel or Central Files: Wallach

          Documents Reviewed by Counsel's Office, but not Relevant or Duplicative (and not

Returned to Presidential Personnel or Central Files: Miscellaneous Material

                   Forwarded by T.A.D. Tharp (1)-(4)

Documents Reviewed by Counsel's Office, but not Relevant or Duplicative (and not

Returned to Presidential Personnel or Central Files): Miscellaneous – Irrelevant

Documents (1)(2)

          Tom Barrack

          Earl W. Brian – National Science Board (1)(2)

          Edwin J. Gray

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): Gordon Luce –

                   President's Committee on Housing

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): Gordon Luce,

U.S. Delegation to UN General Assembly – State – 1982s

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): John R.

McKean-Postal Board

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): Meese, Edwin III       

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): Testimony of EM III –

                   03/01/1984-03/02/1984

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): Betsy Brian Rollins

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): Ed Thomas –

General Services Administration

          Assembled by Counsel's Office (Irrelevant or Duplicative of Others): General Turnage      

Documents Made Available to Stein/Garment (& not Later Returned to Presidential

Personnel or Central Files): Berkman, William Documents

          Documents Made Available to Stein/Garment (& not Later Returned to Presidential

                   Personnel or Central Files): Materials from Dick Kinser Files - Barrack

          Documents Made Available to Stein/Garment (& not Later Returned to Presidential Personnel

                   or Central Files): Found in Counsel's Office Appointment Folder for Barrack

          Documents Made Available to Stein/Garment (& not Later Returned to Presidential Personnel

                   or Central Files): Found in Counsel's Office Appointment File for Brian

          Documents Made Available to Stein/Garment (& not Later Returned to Presidential

Personnel or Central Files): Herbert

          Documents Made Available to Stein/Garment (& not Later Returned to Presidential Personnel or

                   Central Files): Moss, William

          RJR File on Meese Investigation: Miscellaneous Information (1)(2)

          RJR File on Meese Investigation: Correspondence with Stein's Office

          RJR File on Meese Investigation: Correspondence with EM III; Office & Attorneys

          RJR File on Meese Investigation: Senior Staff Presidential Personnel Meeting Notes, etc. (1)-(3)

          RJR File on Meese Investigation: Senior Staff Presidential Personnel Meeting Agendas (1)-(3)

          RJR File on Meese Investigation: Redacted Copies of Presidential Memoranda

Approving Appointments (1)(2)

          RJR File on Meese Investigation: Copies of Senior Staff Notes, Agendas on

Pendleton, Turnage

          Bob Wallach Correspondence - Duplicate or not Related to Appointment (1)-(3)

         

          SERIES VI: THE INDEPENDENT COUNSEL INVESTIGATION RE: IRAN/CONTRA, 1987-1989

          CF 1169

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Executive Order Creating Review Board

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Creation of Special Review Board

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Special Review Board Document Requests/Handling

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Document Submission to Special Review Board

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Tower Board Report - Released 02/26/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Abshire Memo-Beyond the Tower Board Report (02/19/1987)

          Iran/Arms Transaction: NSDD - Implementation of Tower Board Recommendations

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Document Requests-Justice Department

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Document Request/Justice-JBS Notes

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Responses to Justice Document Request

          Iran/Arms Transaction: PROFS System/FBI Inquiry

          Iran/Arms Transaction: FBI/NSC Access to Rm. 302 OEOB

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Memoranda to White House Staff

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 11/28/1986 Memo to NSC Staff - Participation in Covert Operations

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Document Handling/Storage

          Iran/Arms Transaction: PJW Memo-Independent Counsel Act

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Application for / Appointment of Independent Counsel

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Independent Counsel Request for Documents

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Independent Counsel - Classified Document Handling

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Document Submission to Independent Counsel

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Greymail - Criminal Charges

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Independent Counsel Document Request - Memoranda to White House Staff

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Independent Counsel Document Request - White House Staff Response

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Independent Counsel - Declassification

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Independent Counsel Act - Constitutionality Challenge

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Independent Counsel's Position re: Presence of WH Counsel During Interviews

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Independent Counsel-First Interim Report  - 04/28/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Contacts by Defense Counsel

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Indictment

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Indictment/Fernandez

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Discovery Pleadings

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Additional Discovery – 09/28/1988 Memo to Senior White House Staff

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Response to 09/28/1988 Discovery Memo

         

          CF 1170

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Transcript of Scheduling Conference

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Interview Schedule - Congressional Committees & Independent Counsel

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Appointment of Special Counsellor to the President

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Telephone Call - Judge Brower/Brendan Sullivan

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Boland Amendment Analysis

          Iran/Arms Transaction: North Motion to Dismiss Re: Boland Amendment and Memorandum in

Opposition

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Independent Counsel/Executive Branch Positions

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Fifth Amendment

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Immunity

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Pardons - North, Poindexter, McFarlane

          Iran/Contra Pardons File

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Intelligence Oversight Board Document Request

          Iran/Arms Transaction: President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Intelligence Oversight Amendments of 1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: PJW Memo (Gen. P. X. Kelley to Lt. Col. Oliver L. North)

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Letters Not Sent

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Notes - Statements by POTUS

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Legal Counsel at the NSC (PJW Memo to Carlucci – 12/23/1986)

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Legal Task Force

          Iran/Arms Transaction: National Archives

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Possible Violations of Law

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Hill Hearing Schedule

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Appropriations Committee

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Committee on Armed Services Document Request

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Foreign Affairs Committee/Subcommittee on Africa/International

Economics

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Committee on Foreign Affairs Hearings/Investigation

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Committee on Foreign Affairs Document Submission

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Committee on Foreign Affairs - Schultz Testimony 12/08/1986

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Foreign Affairs Committee Hearings/Investigation/GAO Letter

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Hearings / Investigations

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Document Submission

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Committee on Government Operations

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Judiciary Committee Hearings/Investigation

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Response to House Judiciary Committee

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Senate Foreign Relations Committee

          Iran/Arms Transaction: McFarlane 01/16/1987, Testimony-Senate Foreign Relations Committee

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Hearings / Investigation

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Senate Foreign Relations Committee - Schultz Statement of 01/27/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Document Submission

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Report Released 01/29/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: JBS Notes-Hill Hearing Responses

         

          CF 1171

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Select Committee on Iran

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House Select Committee on Iran:  Draft

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Senate Select Committee on Iran

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Senate Select Committee on Iran-Deposition Notes

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House and Senate Joint Iran/Contra Hearings

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Joint Hearings Closing Statements

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Post Hearings Paper

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House/Senate Select Committees Report

          Iran/Arms Transaction: House/Senate Select Committees Report:  Briefing: Oval Office 1:00 p.m.,

Tuesday, 11/13/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Classified Information Procedures

          Iran/Arms Transaction: North Trial Documents

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Request for CIA Clandestine Services Employees to Testify

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Inter-Agency Review Process

          Iran/Arms Transaction: NSC Procedures

          Iran/Arms Transaction: NSC-Contacts with Customs Service

          Iran/Arms Transaction: NSC-Grant Greene Testimony - Senate Appropriations

          Iran/Arms Transaction: NSC as "Intelligence Agency"

          Iran/Arms Transaction: NSC Subpoena

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Bevis v. National Security Council - National Security Archive v. EOP

          Iran/Arms Transaction: June Bartlett

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Philip Bobbitt

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Vice President Bush

          Iran/Arms Transaction - William Casey

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Spitz Channel

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Craig Coy

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Ken Cribb/Ken Cribb Notes

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Mary Dix

          Iran/Arms Transaction: David Fisher

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Craig Fuller

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Robert Gates - Nomination to be Director of the Central Intelligence Agency

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Kathy Gibbs

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Donald Gregg

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Albert Hakim

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Fawn Hall

         

          CF 1172

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Charles Hill/Charles Hill Notes

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Alton Keel

          Iran/Arms Transaction: David Jacobsen

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Michael Ledeen

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Arthur Liman

          Iran/Arms Transaction: William Lytton

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Robert McFarlane

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Edwin Meese

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Johnathan Miller

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Richard Miller

          Iran/Arms Transaction: William Scott Miller

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Oliver North

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Oliver L. North's Medical Records

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Oliver North - Opening Statement

          Iran/Arms Transaction: H. Ross Perot

          Iran/Arms Transaction: John Poindexter

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Poindexter Document Request

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Colin Powell Appointment

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Alan Raul

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Walter Raymond

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Donald Regan

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Felix Rodriguez

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Ron Sable

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Brenton G. Sciaroni

          Iran/Arms Transaction: George Schultz

          Iran/Arms Transaction: James Steele

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Howard R. Teicher

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Jackie Tillman

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Caspar Weinberger

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Summary of Arms Transactions

          Iran/Arms Transaction: State Department Detailees

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Solicitation/Receipt by USG Employees of Money from Other Countries for Cash

to Contras

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Switzerland

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Alleged Contra Drug Smuggling

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Tapes of Telephone Conversations

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Transfer of Funds to Iran Held by the United States

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Contra Support Letters-Review by Alan Raul

          Iran/Arms Transaction: White Propaganda / Johnathan Miller / Otto Reich

          Iran/Arms Transaction: President's Knowledge of Diversion

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Draft Letter to Former President Carter

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 03/02/1984 - Smith Letter on Emergency Preparedness Functions

          Iran/Arms Transaction: POTUS Response to John Stevenson 06/16/1987, letter

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 07/22/1987 POTUS Meeting with Secretary Schultz

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Proposed Speech Material

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Vice President-01/07/1986 Meeting

         

          CF 1173

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Vice President's Speech-12/03/1986

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Vice President's Speech-12/19/1986

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Chronology of Statements Made by POTUS

            Iran/Arms Transaction: President's Statement-Signing of Immigration Bill (11/06/1986)

          Iran/Arms Transaction: President's Address to the Nation-11/13/1986

          Iran/Arms Transaction: President's News Conference-11/19/1986

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Briefing-11/25/1986

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 12/16/1986 Statement by the President

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Withdrawn Radio Talk for 01/03/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 02/10/1987 Press Release

          Iran/Arms Transaction: President's Radio Address-02/28/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Presidential Address-03/04/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: President's Radio Address-03/14/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Presidential Letter on Foreign Espionage-03/18/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: President's News Conference-03/19/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: POTUS Remarks / Press Q&A - 05/05/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: President's Remarks-05/11/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: POTUS Remarks/Congressional Leaders-05/12/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: POTUS Remarks/Regional Press-05/15/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 06/11/1987 News Conference

          Iran/Arms Transaction: POTUS Remarks-Executive Branch Information

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Statements in Support of Geo-Strategic Opening

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 08/17/1987, Time Magazine Interview of POTUS

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 10/22/1987 News Conference

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 02/24/1988 - POTUS News Conference

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 03/25/1988 POTUS Statement (North did nothing wrong)

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 12/01/1988 POTUS Remarks/Trade Photo Opportunity (Pardons)

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Guidance 04/12/1988

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Guidance 04/28/1988

          Iran/Arms Transaction: President's Schedules - 06/06/1986 & 11/21/1986

          Iran/Arms Transaction: HHB Interview/Cannon & Hoffman-04/18/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: HHB Interview/McNeil-Lehrer

          Iran/Arms Transaction: HHB Appearance/Meet the Press-05/18/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 08/05/1987, HHB on McNeil-Lehrer

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 06/19/1987 - National Public Radio Broadcast

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 07/13/1987 - Press Pool Report

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Talking Points for Ken Duberstein 09/01/1988

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 09/12/1988 Meeting with Attorney General Thornburgh

          Iran/Arms Transaction: 09/13/1988 Q & A (New Report on Iran/Contra)

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Guidance CIPA (12/01/1988)

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Talking Points on Iran

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Talking Points/James Jordan

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Talking Points/Turkish Inquiries

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Memoranda Related to Press Articles

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press-Summary of Allegations

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Memoranda Related to Press Articles

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press-Summary of Allegations

          Iran/Arms Transaction: PJW 01/09/1987, Press Background Briefing on the 01/17/1986 Finding

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Guidance for 05/12/1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Mayer/McManus Book-LANDSLIDE

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Robert Woodward Book on CIA

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Briefings-November/December, 1986

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Briefings-January, 1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Briefings-February, 1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Briefings-March, 1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Briefings-April, 1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Briefings-May, 1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Briefings-June, 1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Briefings-July, 1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Briefings-August, 1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Press Briefings-September, 1987

          Iran/Arms Transaction: Iran/Contra Legal Articles