When the Nixon Library opened in July 1990, the single largest exhibit devoted to one subject was Watergate. The exhibit presented President Nixon’s perspective on Watergate, 16 years after he left office. It remained in place for 17 years, until it was removed in 2007 when the National Archives took control of the Nixon Library. Over the years, some criticized the exhibit for presenting President Nixon’s point of view, but no one ever found a single factual error in any of its content. Released here for the first time is the original draft of the exhibit, including President Nixon’s own handwritten notes on the draft. Also included is a memo from RN to the exhibit’s author, as well as the revisions that were created in response to President Nixon’s suggestions. The author of the exhibit was Bob Bostock. He wrote much of the original text for the Library, most of which still remains: