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Hours: Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 11am - 5pm

Date: July 12, 1973

Time: Unknown between 2:15 pm and 2:50 pm

Location: Oval Office

Alexander M. Haig, Jr. met with Dr. Walter R. Tkach and Dr. William M. Lukash.

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President’s schedule

-Camp David

-Tkach’s recommendations

-Return to Washington, DC

-Timing

-X-ray

-Swimming

-President’s health

-Fever

-President’s health

-Viral pneumonia

-Recovery

-Compared to bacterial pneumonia and influenza [?]

-Symptoms

-X-ray

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President’s schedule

-President’s health

-Viral pneumonia

-Symptoms

-Duration

-X-ray

-Work load

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-Hospital

-Papers

-Economic policy

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President’s schedule

-President’s health

-Publicity

-Economic policy

-President’s health

-Publicity

-X-ray results

-Cancellations

-White House staff, Congress members

-Donald McI. Kendall

-Excuse

-President’s health

-Viral pneumonia

-Stigma

-Publicity

-X-ray results

-Symptoms

-Duration

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President’s schedule

-Cancellations

-President’s health

-Rest

-X-ray

-Restrictions

-Announcement

-Timing

-Trip to Bethesda

-Dr. [First name unknown] Jordan

-Telephone

-Bethesda Naval Hospital, Navy Clinic

-Press relations

-Timing

-President’s desire for prognosis

-Economic speech

-Congressional relations

-Walter Scheel

-Henry A. Kissinger

-Naval clinic

-President’s visibility

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President’s health

-X-ray results

-Prognosis

-Symptoms

-Previous night

-Sleeplessness

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President’s health

-Tkach and Lukash’s schedule

-Announcement

-X-ray

-Cancellations

-Naval clinic

-Timing

-Traffic

-White House

-X-ray machine

-President’s schedule

-Departure for clinic

Tkach and Lukash left at 2:29 pm.

President’s health

-Announcement

Watergate

-Ervin Committee

-Samuel J. Ervin, Jr., Lowell P. Weicker, Jr.

-John N. Mitchell

-White House response

-Haig’s meeting with Ronald L. Ziegler, Bryce N. Harlow, and Melvin R.

Laird

-President’s conversation with Ervin

-Access to files

-Ervin Committee files

-Ervin and Howard Baker

-President’s possible Ervin Committee appearance

-Subpoenas

-Witness schedule

-H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman

-Samuel Dash

-President’s schedule

-Ziegler

-Unknown men’s access to records

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-Notes compared to copies

-John W. Dean, III

Henry A. Kissinger entered at 2:33 pm.

Watergate

-Norman Mailer’s telephone call to Kissinger

-President

-John N. Mitchell’s testimony

-Ervin’s telephone call to President

-Access to files

-Dash

-Supreme Court

-Mailer’s telephone call to Kissinger

-Popular opinion

-Article arguments [?]

-Central Intelligence Agency [CIA]

-Conspiracy

-Detente policies [?]

Kissinger left at 2:36 pm.

Watergate

-White House response

-Harlow

-Ervin’s telephone call to President

-President’s schedule

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President’s health

-Hospital stay

-Viral pneumonia

-Walter Reed Medical Center

-Suite [?]

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-X-ray

-Utility

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Watergate

-Harlow

-Leonard Garment

-President’s conversation with Ervin [?]

-Objectivity

-Michael Gravel

-Ervin Committee

-Baker

-White House response

-Ziegler, Gerald L. Warren, Harlow

-President’s conversation with Ervin

-William E. Timmons

-Dash

-Unknown man from North Carolina

-Ervin

-Ervin Committee

-Dean’s testimony

-Mitchell’s testimony

-Haldeman’s, Charles W. Colson’s forthcoming testimony

-Colson’s possible conversation with Haig or J. Fred Buzhardt, Jr.

-White House response

-John B. Connally’s view

-Use of phrase “Peace with Honor”

-President’s conversation with Ervin

-Access to files

-Baker

-Ervin’s views of President

-Haldeman’s forthcoming testimony

-President’s September 15, 1972 conversation with Dean and Haldeman

-Dean’s activities

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-Haldeman’s forthcoming testimony

-Dean

-Effects of others’ testimony

-Mitchell

-Richard A. Moore

-March 21, 1973 conversation with President

-Mitchell and Haldeman

-March 20, 1973 telephone conversation with President

-Possible use by White House

-White House staff involvement

-March 21, 1973 conversation with President

-White House staff involvement

-John D. Ehrlichman

-Ellsberg break-in

-Haldeman

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-Mitchell

President’s determination

Haig left at an unknown time before 2:50 pm.