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President Lyndon Baines Johnson, Recordings of Conversations & Meetings
Recordings of Conversations & Meetings. Situation Room Series (President Lyndon Baines Johnson)
Call Number: Audio Cassette E 846 .R42 (v. 6505, pt. 1-7)
"consists of recordings of telephone conversations originally made on 38 Dictabelts. These recordings apparently were made by the staff of the White House Situation Room at the time of the Dominican Crisis in 1965, when President Johnson sent U.S. military forces to the Dominican Republic following a coup in that country."
Recordings of Conversations & Meetings (President Lyndon Baines Johnson)
List of speakers' names, date & estimated time of conversations inserted in each cassette container
Print Guide for Situation Room Series -- Media E 846 .R43 guide
Printed Guide (shelved with audiocassettes): Documents Concerning the Dominican Crisis Referred to in Recordings of Telephone Conversations - "Since these conversations are often cryptic unless the listener also has copies of the documents in hand, the Library staff has compiled this reference set of documents for use in listening to the conversations."
Recordings of Conversations & Meetings. White House Series (President Lyndon Baines Johnson)
Call Number: Audio Cassette E 846 .R43 (v. 6504, pt. 1-10; v. 6505, pt. 1-34)
"consists of two types of recordings: 1) recordings of telephone conversations, primarily made on Dictaphone Dictabelt Records, from November 22, 1963, through January 1969, and corresponding transcripts; and 2) recordings of international meetings and of meetings held in the Cabinet Room from late November 1967 through 1968, made on reel-to-reel audio tape, and corresponding transcripts."