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Papers of Charles Wendell Colson - Collection 275


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Table of Contents

Brief Description of This Collection

Title Page and Restrictions

Biography

An Essay on the Contents of the Collection (Scope and Content)

    I. Professional and Ministry Files
    II. Watergate Files
    III. Manuscript Files
      A. Book Manuscript Files
      B. Other Manuscripts Files
    IV. Ellen Santilli Vaughn Files


Lists of Artifacts, Audio Tapes, Oversize Materials, Photographs, Video Tapes in This Collection (Location Records)
    Audio Tapes
    Oversize Materials
    Photographs
    Video tapes
List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection (Container List)
    I. Professional and Ministry Files
    II. Watergate Files
    III. Manuscript Files
      A. Book Manuscript Files
      B. Other Manuscripts Files
    IV. Ellen Santilli Vaughn Files




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Collection 275
Colson, Charles Wendell; 1931-2012
Papers; 1960-1990; n.d.
159 boxes (159 DC; 74.85 cubic feet); Audio Tapes, Oversize Materials, Photographs, Video Tape

Restrictions

Folder 18-13 is closed to users until the December 31, 2025

Folders 81-13 and 81-14 contain testimony labeled "secret" by Congressional committees. These files are closed until clearance has been received from Congress to open them.



Brief Description.
Memos; correspondence; book, article and editorial manuscripts; text of speeches; legal papers; newspaper clippings; testimony transcripts; magazine articles; audio tapes; and photographs that document many of the major phases of Colson's life, including his work as a political advisor to President Richard Nixon, his involvement in the Watergate scandal, his conversion to Christian faith that caused him to plead guilty to one of the charges against him, his imprisonment, and his life after incarceration as a leading Evangelical writer and speaker and as the founder of the country's leading prison ministries. There are restrictions on the use of this collection.
Vol.: 159 Boxes (DC), Audio Tape, Oversize material, Photographs, 1 Video Tape


Biography

Name: Charles Wendell Colson

Born: 10/16/1931, Boston, MA

Died: 4/21/2012, in Falls Church, VA

Parents: Wendell Ball and Inez (Ducrow) Colson

Spouses: Nancy Billings, 1953-1964, divorced; Patricia Ann Hughes, 4/4/1964-

Children: Wendell Ball II, Christian Billing, Emily Ann

Education:

1949 Browne and Nichols (private secondary school)
1953 B.A., Brown University
1969 J.D., with honors George Washington University

Military Service: Marine Corp, 1953-1955, reaching the rank of Captain

Select list of positions held:

1948 Volunteer in the campaign effort of Governor Robert Bradford of Massachusetts for re-election
1955-56 Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Material)
1956-61 Administrative Assistant to U. S. Senator Leverett Saltonstall (R, MA)
1961-69 Partner with the firm of Gadsby and Hannah
1968 Member of presidential candidate Richard Nixon's Key Issue Committee
11/6/69-3/1/1973 Special Counsel to the President
1973-74 Senior partner with the firm of Colson and Shapiro (Washington, DC)
1975-76 Associate of Fellowship House
1975 Founded Prison Fellowship
1976-1984 President, Prison Fellowship
1979 Chairman of the Board, Prison Fellowship International
1983 Founded Justice Fellowship
1983-84 Chairman of the Board, Justice Fellowship
1983- Contributing editor, Christianity Today magazine
1984-2005 Chairman of the Board, Prison Fellowship
1992-1994 With Catholic theologian Richard John Neuhaus was instrumental in bringing together the consultation that created the statement, "Evangelicals and Catholics Together"
Syndicated columnist
Radio commentator on the nationally syndicated program "Break Point"

Watergate-related events:

6/7/72 Seven men arrested for burglary at the Democratic National Committee office in the Watergate building in Washington, DC
3/1/1974 Indicted in Watergate break-in case on one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice and one count of obstruction of justice.
3/7/74 Indicted in Fielding break-in case on one count of conspiracy to violate civil rights.
3/9/74 Pleaded not guilty in Watergate break-in case. Charge dismissed by government after plea bargain reached related to Fielding break-in trial.
6/3/1974 Indictment in Fielding break-in case dismissed after Colson pleaded guilty charging one count of obstruction of justice.
6/21/1974 Sentenced in Fielding case to one to three years and fined $5,000. Served from 7/8/1974 until 1/31/1975, when he was freed due to a court order reducing sentence to time already served.
10/2000 His civil rights (to vote, practice law and serve on a jury, etc.), lost because of his felony conviction, was restored by Governor Jeb Bush of Florida (where Colson was living at the time)

Conversion: August 12, 1973

Selected Books:

Born Again, 1976; Life Sentence, 1979; Loving God, 1983; Who Speaks for God: Confronting the World With Real Christianity, 1985; The Role of the Church in Society, 1986 (later expanded and renamed Faith on the Line, 1994); Kingdoms in Conflict (with Ellen Santilli Vaughn), 1987; Convicted: New Hope for Ending America's Crime Crisis (with Daniel Van Ness),1989; Against the Night, 1989; The God of Stones and Spiders: Letters to a Church in Exile (with Ellen Santilli Vaughn), 1990; Why America Doesn't Work (with Jack Eckerd), 1991; The Body (with Ellen Santilli Vaughn), 1992; Dance with Deception: Revealing the truth Behind the Headlines (with Nancy R. Pearcey), 1993; A Dangerous Grace (with Nancy Pearcey), 1994; Evangelicals and Catholics Together: Toward a Common Mission (co-editor with Richard John Neuhaus), 1995; Gideon's Torch (with Ellen Santilli Vaughn), 1995; Burden of Truth, 1997; Justice That Restores, 2001; Your Word is Truth: a project of evangelicals and Catholics together (edited by Colson and Richard John Neuhaus) 2002; Being the Body (with Ellen Vaughn), 2003; Human Dignity in the Biotech Age: A Christian Vision for Public Policy, edited by Colson and Nigel M. de S. Cameron, 2004; Good Life (with Harold Fickett), 2005; What Christians Believe and Why It Matters (with Harold Fickett), 2008

Selected Honors: Outstanding Young Man of Boston, Boston Chamber of Commerce, 1960; Religious Heritage award from the Freedom Foundation, 1977; Named Layman of the year by the National Association of Evangelicals, 1983; The Others Award, Salvation Army, 1990; Humanitarian Award from Dominoes Pizza Corporation, 1991; Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion, 1993; Presidential Citizens Medal, 2008. Honorary degrees from many colleges and universities, including Wheaton College, Taylor University, Geneva College, Asbury College




Scope and Content

[Note: In the Scope and Content description, the notation "folder 28-2" means box 28, folder 2.]

The files in this collection contain include legal and trial documents, book manuscripts, correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, transcripts of testimony, and other materials. They are arranged in series established by the archivist but following the basic order that the materials seemed to be in. These series are: Professional and Ministry Files; Watergate Files; and Manuscript Files. Within each series, the folders were put in alphabetical order by the archivist, based on key words in the title of folders. In a few folders, because the header of the folder has many words crossed out or written over, it was difficult to determine the original title, so the archivist assigned a title. In most cases, materials have been left in their original folders, because these folders often have notes or comments scribbled on them which would also be of interest to a researcher. Where the archivist has added anything to the original folder, other than the inclusive dates of the documents in the folder, those additions are in pencil in brackets []. In several cases, two or more folders were themselves together in a larger folder, kept together apparently because of similar content or because they were going to be used together. In these cases, the archivist kept these folders together inside the larger folder, as can be seen from the container list of this guide and the group was alphabetized by the title of the larger folder, which is in brackets {} in the container list. In cases where there were loose materials in the larger folder in additional to other folders, these materials were put in a folder labeled "Loose materials"

The materials in this collection deal with Colson's service as special counsel to the President from 1969-1973, his involvement in the Watergate political scandal (including being a defendant in some of the trials and a witness in some of the Congressional investigations growing out of Watergate), his experience of being "born again in Jesus Christ, the development of Prison Fellowship a ministry that he started to work with prisoners., his influence as a leader in the Evangelical community, and his authorship of several books giving his personal testimony as to his conversion and Christian life and on the meaning of being a Christian in a fallen world. There is also a material (apart from the narrative of the book manuscripts) about his pre-White House life and about the origins and development of Prison Fellowship,


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Series: I. Professional and Ministry Files
Arrangement: Alphabetical by significant word
Date Range: 1960-1987
Volume: 6.7 cubic feet
Boxes: 1-13, 144
Geographic coverage: United States. Clippings in box 144 include reports on trips to England, Ireland, Canada
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, reports, newspaper clippings, speeches, call sheets, legal papers
Correspondents: Officials of the Richard Nixon presidency, including Richard Nixon, Spiro Agnew, Edward Brooke, Patrick Buchanan, George Herbert Walker Bush, Jimmie Carter, William Casey, Archibald Cox, John Ehrlichman, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Gerald Ford, Alexander Haig, H. R. Haldeman, Henry Kissinger; other correspondents include Douglas Coe, Harold Hughes, Albert Quie, Thomas Phillips, Ronald Reagan, Fred Rhodes, Roy Wilkins
Subjects: Colson's career as a politician and government official, his service in the Nixon Administration, his part in Watergate, his conversion to the Christian faith, his prison sentence, the founding of Prison Fellowship and its early development
Notes: This group of files are mainly concerned with Colson's work as Special Counsel to the president from 1969-1973 and the development, fruits and analysis of the Watergate scandal, although there are also several folders that contain material about his development of his Christian ministry, such as his early association with Fellowship House and the early development of Prison Fellowship. There are also a very few items about his pre-White House legal career.

The few materials on Colson's pre-1969 life consist of some biographical sheets and similar data (folders 5-6, 11-2), speeches, usually on some political occasion (folders 11-8 to 14), and letters, notes and other materials relating to his political interests (folders 5-15, 6-9 to 22, 9-2 to 9). (Other series in the collection also include information on Colson's early life. For example, folder 79-1 and 79-2 contain letters written to the court officer put together a sentencing report on Colson for the judge in 1973. These letters from family, friends, and work colleagues provide various details on Colson's career, as well as describing his personality and character.) Most of these last category are concerned with his involvement as a campaign worker and advisor for Richard Nixon in the 1968 presidential campaign.

His work as special counsel was largely concerned with maintaining a liaison with various organized groups outside of the government, administrative responsibility (after 1971) for management of the White House communication agencies, giving advice to the president on the political aspects of major issues, and serving in various situations as a troubleshooter on behalf of the president. Colson's own description of his responsibilities can be found in a memo in folder 79-3. Most of the material in this section deals with the period 1971-1973, although there is some material from earlier years, including the congratulatory notes and letters Colson got when he was appointed special counsel (folder 1-2), political strategy memos (folders 5-24, 10-1), and materials relating to speeches he gave which usually included defenses of the President's policies on matters such as the war in Vietnam, federal economic policies, etc. (folders 11-12 to 12-14). The folders labeled "Personal" (folders 7-1 to 9-1) include some correspondence with family and friends, but they too consist mainly of notes, letters, and memos that relate to Colson's activities as special counsel, such as personal thank-you notes to the president of a group that invited him to speak or letters to and from friends and associates inside and outside the White House dealing with the issues of the day. There are also some letters from people apparently unknown or little known to Colson, supporting or criticizing President Nixon's policies and Colson's involvement.

The bulk of the material in this series concerns Colson's political activities from 1971-1973, particularly his involvement in Watergate. There are materials that illustrate other aspects of his White House duties. Folder 1-14 (as well as 16-17 to 17-3) contain his call sheets, which list the phone and other messages he received when absent from his office and give a sketchy idea of the projects he was involved in and the people he was in contact with. In 1971 and 1972 he was especially concerned with the upcoming presidential election and numerous files include material relating to his work, including 5-17, 6-2, 9-11, 10-4, 11-16, and 11-17. Other relevant material can be found throughout this section and the next. There is also material on the Vietnam conflict in several folders. Of special interest are the notes and transcripts in folder 13-2 which deal with an interview Colson gave to journalist Nick Thimmesch about President Nixon's use of negotiations and force to bring an end to the conflict (see also audio tape T2). Also of interest is Colson's piece for the New York Times opposing amnesty for opponents of the war who broke the law. Folders 1-3 to 1-6 include material about an attempt to orchestrate a series of newspaper ads around the country run during the 1970 elections attacking Democratic opponents of the President's policies. There are also several files (folders 5-3 to 5-11) on what was in effect Colson's last official duty, a trip he took to Europe in early 1973 as a representative of the president. This included discussion with Soviet officials to urge more generous policies for Jews who wished to emigrate from the USSR and a meeting with President Nicole Ceausescu of Romania. (See also letter to Henry Kissinger in folder 2-7.)

Watergate is touched on or is the main subject of the documents in many, many folders. The content is usually obvious from the folder title and this should be a sufficient guide to the researcher in most cases. Most of the files mentioned containing material from Colson's government work in 1972 and 1973 include documents related to the operations of the White House covered by the general rubric of "Watergate" as well as to the trials and investigations of the scandal and the public debate about it in a variety of venues. Especially interesting is folder 13-6, which contains a memo Colson wrote for John Ehrlichman describing his suggestions for handling the crisis and another memo giving the background of the first memo. Several files, such as 5-12, 13-1 and 13-3, concern public appearances Colson made largely to talk about Watergate-related issues. The correspondence in folders 2-5 through 4-5 include letters to and from Colson and his secretary responding to people's questions, comments, or support related to the effect of Watergate on Colson's own life, as well as the larger dimensions of the scandal. Folder 5-22 contains letters that he wrote to children at various times, including one explaining his initial decision to plead not guilty to charges brought against him by the Watergate special prosecutor.

After leaving the White House, Colson started a legal partnership with his friend David Shapiro. Folder 2-3 contains some of the congratulatory letters received on the occasion of the official announcement of the law firm. Folders 2-5 through 2-20 contain material from this period. However, all correspondence relating to Colson's law practice was returned to him by the archivist. The remaining correspondence deals mainly with his return to private life, the conclusion of various matters left over from his time as Special Counsel and with his ongoing involvement in the developing Watergate controversy. There are some letters to President Nixon in these files, as well as others to Spiro Agnew, Edward Brooke, Patrick Buchanan, William Casey, Archibald Cox, Gerald Ford, Alexander Haig, H. R. Haldeman, and Henry Kissinger, among others. Also of interest are letters in folders 2-11 and 2-12 to Roy Wilkins of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People about allegations that Colson had opposed the appointment of a black man while on the White House staff. It was in August 1973 that Colson experienced a religious conversion which he shortly afterwards publicly proclaimed and which was the basis for his decision to plead guilty to an information (as the technical legal term was called) charging one count of obstruction of justice related to the break-in in to the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist. Colson's conversion and public reaction to it is referred to in many of the letters in folders 2-12 through 4-5, 8-2 and 9-1. Folders 2-8, 2-11, 2-15 and 2-18 contain letters Colson wrote to Thomas Phillips, who played an important part in his conversion. Folder 11-7 contains letters Colson wrote to parole officer Edward Soden in June 1974, about ten months after his "born again" experience in which he describes what happened to him and how it affected his life. Almost all of the letters in 2-21 through 4-5 appear to be from people across the country unknown to Colson, but they provide some very interesting indicators of grass roots perceptions of Watergate in general and Colson in particular. Many of these letters were from people who wanted to encourage Colson in his new life and faith. Folder 1-1 contains a very supportive letter from a British member of Parliament, Michael Alison. Folders 8-2 and 9-1 include material to and from people in Colson's prayer fellowship, such as Albert Quie and Fred Rhodes, which was helping him as he tried to apply his faith to his response to Watergate (see also letter to Quie in folder 2-12). Fellowship House (sometimes called Fellowship Foundation or International Christian Leadership), the group that he was involved with and which provided him much of his Christian nurture in the weeks and months after his conversion, is touched on in some of these letters and is described, from a very unfavorable point of view, in an article in folder 5-14. Folder 11-3 (as well as folders 102-7 and 102-8) contains clippings of some of the press coverage his conversion received.

After his sentencing, Colson served a little over six months in prison, mostly at Maxwell in Alabama. Folder 5-16 contains some notes for a talk he apparently gave at a dinner given for him by his family and friends just before he went in. Folder 10-6 contains notes for the book that eventually became his autobiography, Born Again. According to the folder title, he wrote these notes while in prison. Folder 10-7 has letters he sent and received while incarcerated. Especially interesting are the copies of the letters he sent to his prayer fellowship group, which included Douglas Coe and Harold Hughes.

There are a few documents in this series on Colson's life after he left prison in January 1975. Box 144 contains eight folders of newspaper clippings of stories about Colson from 1973-1987. Most of these are from 1977 or later and are from various local papers covering a Colson speech or appearance at a local event. There are also several articles providing retrospective on Watergate and a few about Prison Fellowship activities. These folders also contain a few transcripts of radio or television stories about Colson. Folder 1-19 contains correspondence he had with convicted Watergate burglar Howard Hunt in which Colson shares about his faith in Christ and how his experience of God's love and mercy helped him during his trial and imprisonment. Folder 1-9 contains a transcript of an attack on Colson by a television reporter and folder 10-9 contains a clipping from the New York Times about Prison Fellowship and the mixed response of chaplains to it. Folder 11-1 contains clippings, reports, memos and other background material on various approaches to prison reform which the Prison Fellowship staff was considering in their own efforts to what kind of changes and improvements in the prison system the organization should support. Folder 11-15 contains a speech which Colson gave to the National Religious Broadcasters which includes many comments and reflections on his experience in government. The speech is entitled, "Dare We Speak for God" and deals with how Christians should present themselves and their faith in public forums. Folder 1-7 contains signed letters that Colson received from various famous people, including Spiro Agnew, George Bush, Jimmy Carter, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, and Ronald Reagan. Folder 144-8 contains notes for a meeting he had with former President Nixon. These notes were apparently prepared before the meeting and are perhaps suggestions on the attitude that he (Nixon) should take toward the scandal and his resignation of the Presidency. Subseries A and B of Series III in this collection contain documentation of Colson's activities and influence as an author and speaker. Colson's involvement in the continuing development of Prison Fellowship is reflected in these records and is even more extensively documented in Collection 274, the records of Prison Fellowship. Most of the files dealing strictly with Prison Fellowship matters are in that collection.



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Series: II. Watergate Files
Date Range: 1962-1981
Volume: 35.95 cubic feet
Boxes: Boxes 14-87, 143
Arrangement: Alphabetical by significant words
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Memos, correspondence, transcripts of testimony, xeroxes of newspaper clippings, call sheets, logs, notebooks, legal documents such as motions
Subjects: The Nixon presidency, the Watergate scandal
Notes: These folders contain material that relate to Colson's involvement in the so-called Watergate political scandal that started as an investigation of a break-in at the Democratic headquarters during the 1972 presidential election and broadened to include a whole series of trials and Congressional investigations into alleged abuses of authority and criminal acts by President Richard Nixon and his staff, including Colson. The vast majority of the files appear to be material gathered by Colson and his lawyers in preparation for his defense at various trials and his testimony at investigations. The material in most of the files go no later than 1974, but a few have later materials, usually newspaper clippings or other material about new information that turned up on various aspects of Watergate.

Some files are photocopies of various documents from Colson's White House days. Often these were bound by the lawyers into notebooks for earlier reference, such as the materials in folders 17-5 or 23-3. In other cases, photocopies of White House documents used by the defense are mingled together in folders with lawyers notes, motions, and reference materials. In short, White House material can be found throughout this section. Of particular interest are Colson's call sheets (folders 16-17 through 17-4), his appointment book (folder 23-1), and the notes and logs of conversations he had with President Nixon (folders 65-1, 65-3, 65-4).

Most of the material in this series consists of files or sets of files on particular topics, topics that are usually obvious from the folder titles. Types of material in a file or set of files might include White House documents, testimony transcripts, media coverage, etc. Folders 42-2 through 42-8, for example, consist of material dealing with the alleged improper use of influence on behalf of the corporation ITT in an antitrust case. The folders in boxes 15 and most of 16, labeled "Best Files" apparently consist of the best copies or the best information on a variety of topics relevant to the defense. Perhaps this set was intended to be kept close at hand in the courtroom. Worth noting are the large number of folders relating to John Dean in box 20 and to E. Howard Hunt in box 40.

Other files consist of the motions and other legal preparations Colson and his attorneys were making. This could include copies of the actual motion, drafts of motions, along with notes for revision, and research materials. Boxes 48, 49, most of 50, 69, and part of 70 consist of these types of files and other motion documents and files are scattered throughout the section. Similar groups of files include those on sentencing (folders 79-16 through 79-19).

A large portion of the series consists of files on records from various Watergate trials and investigations, often with annotations about points that could relate to Colson's defense efforts.

Boxes 21 and 22 include materials from the trial Democratic National Committee vs. McCord et. al.; boxes 23 though 27 include material from the United States vs. Ehrlichman et. al, which concerned the break-in into Dr. Lewis Fielding's office; boxes 28 through 37 include material from the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, otherwise known as the Watergate Committee or the Ervin Committee; box 38 includes material from the Watergate grand jury; boxes 42 and 80 include folders with memos and other records relating to contacts between Colson and the Watergate special prosecutor (folder 80-11 includes what appears to be an index to Ervin committee testimony relating to Colson as well as other odds and ends. The folder title given by archivist); boxes 46 and 47 include materials from the United States vs. John Mitchell, et. al.

As part of the preparation for trial and in particular as preparation for a motion for dismissal on the grounds that publicity had made a fair trial impossible, Colson and his attorneys and their staff gathered an enormous amount of newspaper clippings on Watergate. A set of forty-five notebooks, covering the period from June 1972 until May 1974, was put together and these are in boxes 70 through 78. These notebooks are not in folders, so they should be requested by their box and volume numbers (see page 38 and 39 of the container list). Other clippings are in boxes 55 to 64. They cover the period from 1971 to 1980, although obviously for the period from 1972 to 1974 they largely duplicate the clippings in boxes 70 through 78. However, this second set of clippings is also largely concerned with Watergate, although the later years include some clippings on social or religious stories. The clippings were probably originally collected also as part of the process of supporting the excessive publicity motion. Another set of documents that was boxed with them and probably was also used in the same effort is a series of daily "News Summaries" for the first half of 1974 in boxes 51 through 54. These each cover the period of one day and describe a selection of the stories that appeared in major newspapers and over broadcast media (mostly television). This includes news stories and commentaries. Usually, but not always, the stories are divided in categories, such as "Foreign Stories, "Domestic Stories," "Admin.," and "Political." The summary usually includes a liberal sprinkling of actual quotes from the stories and are especially concerned with any story that relates in some way to the White House. This was a news summary service run by the White House which Colson continued to receive after he left the government.



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Series: III. Manuscript Files
Subseries: Two - A. Book Manuscripts; B. Other Manuscripts
Arrangement: Folders relating to one book are grouped together and then arranged either alphabetically or according to the order that material appeared in the book.
Date Range: 1971-1989
Volume: 28.4 cubic feet
Boxes: 88-143, 145-153
Type of documents: Manuscript of books, articles, speeches, radio scripts; research notes, reference materials, correspondence from publishers and readers, newspaper and magazine clippings
Subjects: Colson's life and ministry, prison ministry, the criminal justice system in the United States, the application of Christian faith to contemporary more, morals and ethics
Notes: This series consists of the manuscripts that reflect the variety of Colson's outreach - books, articles, scripts, speeches, as well as supporting materials.



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Series: III. Manuscript Files
Subseries: A. Book Manuscripts
Arrangement: Folders relating to one book are grouped together and then arranged either alphabetically or according to the order that material appeared in the book.
Date Range: 1971-1989
Volume: 23.95 cubic feet
Boxes: 88-137, 140-141, 143, 145-146
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Manuscript of books, research notes, reference materials, correspondence from publishers and readers
Subjects: Colson's life, conversion and ministry, development of Prison Fellowship, living a Christian life, applying Christian principles to secular society, the writing and publishing of Colson's books
Notes: This group of materials relates to Colson's writing since 1976, especially the books Born Again, Life Sentence, Loving God, and Kingdoms in Conflict. There are also some folders relating to magazine articles, lectures, and other books. For each of the four titles listed above, there are numerous drafts of the book by Colson, as well as suggested changes, drafts, comments and ideas from a variety of people who worked with him on the book or with whom he consulted, including, of course, his editor from the publishing house for each book. It was not usually possible to determine the date of each draft, but where drafts were labeled "lst draft", "2nd draft", etc., they were filed in that order. For each book first comes any research material which was gathered, then drafts of individual chapters if there are any, then drafts of the entire book, then any other material relating to the book that might have been in the files, such as thoughts on promotion, reader's reactions, etc

Boxes 88 through 104 and some folders in 143 and 145 contain materials that relate in one way or another to Colson's autobiography, Born Again, which was published in 1976. This includes correspondence with literary agents and possible publishers, research materials of various types, outlines and drafts of chapters, book galleys, book reviews, copies of segments of the book that were reprinted in various magazines, and information on the film made of the book. In the early stages of the book, Colson planned two books, as indicated by the fact that many folders refer to a planned "Nixon book," which is largely a political memoir of his White House years and his experience of working for Richard Nixon (folders 88-5 through 92-12), while there are a few items labeled "Religious book" which deal primarily with his conversion and his attempts to live a Christian life. Most of the material from both "books' was combined in the final volume, although the political memoirs type material was condensed. The notes in 10-6 appear to be some early thoughts on the "religious book." The "Nixon book" was divided into sections, a format that did not carry over into the final volume. Folders 93-3 through 95-10 contain one set of chapter drafts that seem to go together; another set is in folders 96-1 through 98-2. Other drafts of the whole book or of multi-chapter sections of the book including carbon copies, final drafts, publisher's final manuscript, etc.) are in folders 98-3 to 101-2. These manuscripts, as other manuscripts in this section, are often annotated with deletions, additions, and other changes from Colson, his staff and friends. Or there might be memos with the manuscript suggesting changes. Ken Adams was one of Colson's associates particularly involved in preparing Born Again and this is reflected in material in folder 14-3 and other places. Material that was used to help prepare the book included transcripts of tapes he made while he was in prison and afterwards (folders 89-2, 95-11 and 95-12) and clippings of stories that appeared when he first talked publicly about his new found faith (folders 102-7, 102-8). In addition, folder 102-8 has some interesting material on the National Prayer Breakfast. Colson's preliminary thoughts and plans on what became Born Again, which began before he started his prison sentence, can be found in folders 88-1 through 88-4. Correspondence with his literary agent, Harold Matson, is in folders 88-2 and 88-3, including a proposed book outline. Douglas Hallett worked with Colson as an aide in the White House and worked briefly on the book project in its preliminary stages. Some of his correspondence with Colson is in folders 88-4. Other Hallett material, including an article on his experience in the White House, can be found in folders 2-16, 39-11 and 40-1. Correspondence with his publisher, Chosen Books and Revell Company, which distributed the books, can be found in many folders, especially 101-9, 101-12, 101-15, 102-3, 102-4, and 102-10. Much of this correspondence is with the book's editor, Leonard LeSourd, and can be found in folders 88-1 and 103-31. Also of interest is the correspondence with various publishers in folder 14-3.

The rest of the files deal with reactions to Colson's book and/or his conversion, especially his public proclamation of it. Response from readers of the published book are in folder 140-1. Folders 102-11 through 103-19 contain articles from publications ranging from Christian Life to Playboy that deal in whole or in part with Colson's Christian faith or his involvement in Watergate or both. Folders 101-10, 103-24, 103-25, and 145-1 contain book reviews or stories about the book. Folders 101-11 and 101-16, among others, contain information on the film based on the book. Folders 103-32 through 104-9 contain samples of excerpts from the book that ran in various magazines. A comic book version of Born Again is in folder 145-2.

The materials for the book Life Sentence, which told the story of Colson's life since the end of Born Again, concentrating on the development of Prison Fellowship, parallel to some extent what is available for the earlier book, although there is almost no material on reaction to the book. Correspondence with the publisher can be found in folders 104-14 and 104-21, among other places. Colson contacted various Evangelical leaders, such as Ted Engstrom, Mark Hatfield, Richard Halverson, Carl F. Henry, Paul Henry, Wesley Pippert, R. C. Sproul, Robert Walker, George Wilson, and Sherwood Wirt, to get their thoughts on whether he should write a second book (the preliminary title of which was The Cost of Being Born Again). Their responses and suggestions can be found in folders 104-14 and 116-5. Material that he consulted while working on the book probably included a manuscript written by his friend Fred Rhodes about his own Christian faith and experiences in prison ministry (folder 104-13). Folder 116-2 contains much interesting material, such as copies of Colson's booklet He Sets the Prisoner Free as well as his 1978 Gordon College commencement address and newspaper and magazine articles by and about him, such as Garry Wills' profile for the Sunday magazine of The New York Times. There are many separate drafts of the book. What appear to be some of the more important stages in its development can be found in the drafts, with comments from a variety of sources, in folders 105-3 through 106-12, 106-13 and 106-14, 107-1, 107-2, 107-3, 108-1 and 108-2, 108-3 and 108-4, 109-5 and 109-6, 110-3 and 110-4, 111-2 and 111-3, 116-1, and 145-4, 145-5, 145-7 to 145-11. Responses from readers of the published book are in folders 140-2 through 141-4 and 145-6. The last folder also contains correspondence with the publisher. Reviews are in folder 145-12.

Colson's next book was Loving God, which included separate segments telling the story of how various people expressed their Christian love in the world. For example, there is material in several folders, especially in 117-1, on Agape House, a ministry to families of prisoners and some of this material was used in the book. Drafts of various chapters often include as well research material on the person whose story is being told or such research material might be a separate folder. Some of this research material is in boxes 117 and 118 (as well as a book outlined in 118-2 and 119-3). Actual drafts of individual chapters and several drafts of the book are in boxes 119-125 and folders 145-14 and 146-1. Some of the drafts are by Ellen Santilli (later Ellen Santilli Vaughn), a staff person who worked with Colson on the book. She also worked on Kingdoms in Conflict and Against the Night. (See Series IV.) Reviews of the manuscript by R. C. Sproul and David McKenna are in folder 118-3. Responses from readers of the published book are in folders 141-5 and 141-6. A study guide to the book for use by individuals or small groups is in folder 117-10.

Kingdoms in Conflict was a book that dealt with Christians in the political arena. The stories of various Christians who in one way or another stood at the intersection of faith and politics are documented in the research materials in the folders as well as in the book. For example, the story of Jerry Levin, a reporter who was kidnaped by Muslim nationalists during the civil war in Lebanon, can be found in folder 130-5. The material on the book in this collection consists to a large degree of various drafts of the book in boxes 126 through 136. Research material, book outlines (folders 125-5, 146-3 and 146-4), reviews and correspondence about excerpting the book in various publications (folder 146-2), and comments by David Coffin, Carl Henry, Richard John Neuhaus and others (folder 125-6) are in boxes 125, 126 and 146.

In 1988 Colson was the speaker at the Allies for Faith and Renewal lecture series, sponsored by the Center for Pastoral Renewal and held at Wheaton College in Illinois. His lectures were later expanded and published as the book, Against the Night/Living in the New Dark Age. The book described the growing moral decline of modern society and discussed how Christians should act, individually and as a community, to apply the Christian faith in the world today. Copies of the original lectures are in folder 136-1. The rest of boxes 136 and 137 contain drafts of the book and related materials, such as the correspondence with the publisher, Servant Books, in folder 136-3.


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Series: III. Manuscript Files
Subseries: B. Other Manuscripts
Arrangement: Materials are grouped by type: articles in box 147, radio scripts in box 148, and speeches and sermons in 148-153. Articles are arranged alphabetically by folder title. Radio scripts and speeches are in chronological order by year and alphabetical within that year.
Date Range: 1974-1989
Volume: 4.95 cubic feet
Boxes: 138, 139, 142, 143, 147-153
Geographic coverage: United States, Australia, England, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore,
Type of documents: Speeches, radio scripts, articles, newspaper and magazine clippings, correspondence
Correspondents:
Subjects: Christian ethics and morality as applied to modern society, especially in the United States, ministry to prisoners, prison reform, freedom of speech, the influence of celebrities on the general population,
Notes: Besides books, Colson was seemingly continually giving speeches and lectures, and writing articles. This subseries contains a wide assortment of these various productions. Other examples are in series IV.

Boxes 138 and 147 contain many of Colson's articles and editorials. Folders 138-4, 147-7, 147-11 contains some of the columns he wrote for Prison Fellowship's newsletter, Jubilee. Other writing he did for Prison Fellowship is shown in the letters to donors in folder 138-3 and the manuscript of an introduction to PF's history and ministry in folder 138-5. Starting in 1983, he was a columnist for the Evangelical periodical Christianity Today and drafts of some of his columns dealing with a variety of social and theological issues are in folders 138-2, 147-1 through 147-6, 147-9, 147-14. Copies of articles that he wrote for religious, corrections and general interest magazines are in boxes 139 and 140 and folders 147-8, 147-10 and 147-13. Prison Fellowship published a pamphlet entitled "Is There a Better Way" on the prison system. Response from readers of the booklet are in box 142. Additional materials on prison reform and alternatives to incarceration can be found in the notes for a Prison Fellowship White Paper on the subject in folder 147-12 and in the transcripts and preparatory material relating to Colson's testimony before the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives in 1982.

The radio scripts in box 148 were from two different periods when Colson had a regular radio commentary. The first, called Another Point of View, was in the fall of 1979, when Colson made seventy-eight brief broadcasts on a variety of topics related to the application of Christian faith and morality to various issues in American public life such as the role of the government, education, handicapped access, etc. Beginning in the early 1980s, Colson had a regular radio commentary that appeared under the sponsorship of Prison Fellowship. This dealt with a wide range of topics similar to those covered in the previous commentary, but with special emphasis on questions related to the law, criminal justice and prisons. Scripts and notes for some of these broadcasts are in folder 148-5.

There are numerous folders of Colson's speeches and sermons in boxes 148 through 153. (Some of these folders also contain reports on trips he made to various parts of the United States (folder 149-10), as well as Asia (folder 150-6, 150-9, 150-10, 153-2, 159-17), Australia and New Zealand (folder 150-5), and Europe (folders 149-12, 149-13, 150-4, ), on behalf of Prison Fellowship. In general he spoke about the Christian gospel of salvation through Jesus Christ, the application of Christian morality to contemporary life, ministry to prisoners and prison reform. Among the organizations to which he spoke or the occasions for his speeches were Billy Graham evangelistic crusades (folder 149-6, 150-7), the Chicago Evening Club television program (150-2), the Christian Booksellers Association (folder 149-14, 151-3, 152-10), churches (folders 152-1, Dallas Christian Schools (folder 152-4), the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (folder 149-8), the Evangelical press Association (folder 151-9), Harvard University (folder 152-6), Moody Bible Institute (folder 151- 8, see also Tape T5), the Mt. Hermon Pastor's Conferences (folder 152-2), National Association of Evangelicals (folder 149-15), North American Baptist Conference (folder 152-7), People's Church of Toronto (folder 152-8), Praise Gathering (folder 152-3), prayer breakfasts on the city, state and national level (folders 149-1 through 149-4, 149-11, 149-16 ), Prison Fellowship International events (such as the international meeting in Nairobi, folder 152-11), prison visits (folders 150-6, 150-8, 150-10), the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention (folder 149-5, 150-1), the Texas State Bar Association (folder 149-20). There are several folders of commencement addresses he gave, including those at Covenant College (folder 151-1), Eastern College (folder 151-6), Gordon College (folder 149-18), Houghton College (folder 151-7), Taylor University (folder 152-9), and Wheaton College (folder 151-2). Folder 149-20 contains the text and notes for the lectures he gave in London in 1979 on crime and society's response to it. Folder 151-5 contains the notes for an evangelistic campaign (The Life Together Crusade) Colson led at the Columbia Baptist Church in Falls Church, Virginia.. A profile on Colson that appeared on the CBS television program, Sunday Morning (including comments by Bob Woodward) is in folder 152-12.

Colson served as co-chair, with James M. Boice, of the 1987 Congress on the Bible II, sponsored by the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy. Folders 152-13 through 153-1 contain correspondence, reports and other materials on planning of the program of this meeting. which included speakers such as R. C. Sproul, Ted Engstrom, Lorne Sanny, J. I. Packer, Lane Adams, Ray Stedman, Melvin Lorentzen, Vernon Grounds, Ron Sider, Daniel Van Ness, Bruce Wilkinson, Lem Tucker, John Perkins, Gordon Loux, William F. Buckley, and Gleason Archer



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Series: IV. Ellen Santilli Vaughn Files
Date Range: 1978-1989
Volume: 6.3 cubic feet
Boxes: Boxes 153-159
Arrangement: Alphabetical by significant word
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Manuscripts of articles, correspondence, memos
Correspondents: Vaughn, Colson
Subjects: The application of Christian morality to public life, the publication of PF's newsletter Jubilee, Colson's columns in Jubilee and Christianity Today.
Notes: As mentioned above, Vaughn was a PF staff member and Colson assistant and colleague who help research and prepare first drafts of many of his books, articles and speeches. These are her files and they document the various projects she was involved in, such as editing Jubilee, writing assignments, helping prepare appeal letters to donors for PF, helping prepare PF's annual report.
Exceptional items: Many folders have drafts of articles for CT or Jubilee on a variety of topics of current interest, such the bombing of abortion clinics (folders 153-3 158-14), free speech (folder 153-8), causes of crime (folder 154-1), the corrupting effect of celebrity (folders 154-3, 153-4), Christian patriotism (folder 154-8), the celebration of Easter (folders 155-2, 155-3), euthanasia (folder 155-4), Jane Fonda (folder 155-8), church and state (throughout, see folder 155-12), the homeless (folder 156-1), Gordon Liddy (folder 156-9), Pat Robertson's presidential campaign (folder 157-8), prisons and alternative forms of punishment (folders 157-16 through 158-2), the prosperity Gospel (folder 158-3), the meaning of Christ's Incarnation (folder 158-5), the Supreme Court (throughout, see folder 158-4 ), terrorism (folder 159-3). For a full list of topics, see the container list. There are also a few commentaries prepared for use on the Christian Broadcasting Network (folder 154-2).

Vaughn's work for Colson and PF is documented through, especially in her reports, schedules and memos in folders 153-4, 154-14, 157-2, 157-10, 158-7, and 159-6.

People would often send Colson manuscripts of books they were publishing, so that he could provide a critique or write a forward or a blurb for the cover. Vaughn would often look these over and make her recommendations to Colson. There are examples of these types of materials in folder 153-5 (Ralph Allen), folder 153-7 (Roger Arienda), folder 154-5 (Francois Celier), folder 158-15 (R. C. Sproul), and folder 159-12 (Pat Williams). See also folder 159-18. Folder 157-9 contains materials on Colson's relationship with John Perkins, Mendenhall Ministries and Voice of Calvary Ministries, including the manuscript of Perkins' book, With Justice for All, which Perkins had sent to him for comments.


Provenance

The material in this collection was received by the Center in 1984, 1985, 1986, 1989, and 1991 as a series of gifts from Mr. Charles Colson. In March 1997, documents relating to Mr. Colson's 1973-74 law practice which had been in folder 2-5 through 2-20 were removed because of the attorney-client privilege, and returned to him by the archivist, as well as two purely personal items.

Accession: 84-75, 84-83, 84-105, 85-169, 86-97, 89-50, 91-82
April 10, 1997
Robert Shuster
M. Bergstedt

Accession 91-81, 99-25
September 15, 2001
Robert Shuster
R. Estell
W. Valentine

Accession 91-81
Robert Shuster
March 27, 2003


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 86-87
Type of Material: Audio Tapes

The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE FILE. "R/C" stands for "reel or cassette"


# R/C speed length Sides Contents Dates
T1 R 7.5 23 min. 1 Speech given by Charles Colson to the Senator Robert Bartlett Memorial Dinner in Anchorage, Alaska. Colson talks about the career and belief of the late Senator Bartlett, current political dissent in light of American history and defends the Nixon defense and foreign administration policies, particularly in regard to the development of ABM missiles and the conflict in Vietnam and Cambodia. A transcript of this speech is in folder 12-1. 6/6/1970
T6 C 27

min.

1 Reconstruction by Colson of his meetings with H. R. Haldeman and John Ehrlichman on November 1972 about whether he should resign from the White House staff in January 1973 or stay on the staff. Colson describes several rather tense conversation with the two men. This apparently was an audio memo he recorded soon after for the purpose of keeping a detailed record of the talks. Side 1 of the tape has nothing, the record portion is all the other side The sound quality is not too good and at a few points the tape becomes completely inaudible. Ca. 11/72
T2 R 1.875 52 min. 1 Interview of Colson by Nick Thimmesch in which Colson describes his memories and impressions of President Richard Nixon's and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger from March 1972, when Nixon ordered the mining of Haiphong harbor, until January 1973, when the parties involved in the conflict in Vietnam signed a cease-fire. This interview was apparently source material for an article Thimmesch was writing. There is an edited transcript of this tape in folder 13-2. 2/2/1973
T3 R 7.5 15 1 Brief speech by Colson at the dedication of the American East-West Trade Center in Vienna. The first speaker on the tape is U.S. Ambassador to Austria John P. Humes on the purpose of the Center. Colson then spoke, starting off with an anecdote about Governor Al Smith of New York visiting a state prison and going on to comment on the better relations between East and West because of the president's policies. This occasion was part of a larger trip to Europe and Israel that Colson undertook while still Special Assistant to the President. See also folder 5-5. 2/28/1973
T4 R 3.75 65 1 Tape of a National Public Radio broadcast of a program at the National Press Club at which Charles Colson (who had just resigned as Special Assistant to President Nixon) and Clark Mollenhauf, Washington bureau chief for the Register of Des Moines, Iowa, were both speakers, presenting a favorable and unfavorable view of the Nixon presidency's policy toward news media, with both speeches containing references to the Watergate scandal. After an introduction by the president of the club, Colson spoke briefly and then Mollenhauf. After the speeches there were questions from the audience about current political issues, especially Watergate. See also folder 12-13. 3/29/1973
T5 C Ca. 35 min. 2 2 copies. Tape of Colson's concluding address at the annual Founders' Week of Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, Illinois. Colson spoke on "Changing the Heart" a sermon on the unchanging nature of sinful human nature and its need for redemption through Christ. 2/11/1990


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 84-75, 91-82
Type of material: Oversize Materials

The location of the following items is indicated in parentheses following the folder title

POSTER (OS 30 ): 11" x 17" Yellow, orange, black, and white. "Loving God/Charles Colson/ A compelling call to dramatic discipleship/Zondervan Publishing House/of the Zondervan Corporation/1415 Lake Drive, S.E./ Grand Rapids, MI 49506." Color copy of the book cover occupies most of the poster, with a small black and white photo of Colson in the lower right corner.

SCRAPBOOK (OS 30): Scrapbook made up, apparently by the staff of the Pathway Books in Chattanooga, Tennessee, documenting Colson's visit to that store on April 12, 1976, as part of a nationwide tour to promote his book, Born Again. The scrapbook includes information on the planning of the visit, cartoons apparently made by the staff, photos of the event, information on the various interviews Colson did in the city, memories of the event by staff, comments by visitors, and miscellaneous entries. The scrapbook was apparently given to Colson by the bookstore staff as a keepsake.

The following items were transferred to the BGC MUSEUM.

One poster, 10" x 12", "True or false?/ Is the born again movement/ out to con America?/Is it the "in" thing to put down/ the born again Christian?/ Is the born again believer/out to save his skin?/ Is the born again movement/ a money-making scheme?/ "Born Again" is the most controversial motion picture/ of the decade. See it for yourself,/ Born Again/ a Robert L. Munger production "Born Again" starring Dean Jones - Anne Francis/Jay Robinson - Dana Andrews - Raymond St. Jacques - directed by Irving Rapper/ executive producer Robert l. Munger - produced by Frank Capra, Jr./screenplay by Walter Bloch - music by Les Baxter/ prints by CFI Avco Embassy Picture Release - PG parental guidance suggested - some materials may not be suitable for children. 1978.

One poster, 10-1/4" x 15-1/4". Chuck Colson's/ "Born Again"/ story is/ the one entertainment/ experience/ you've been/ waiting for!/ The one happy story of Watergate./ the one film that made audiences in Atlanta stand up/ and applaud./ The one motion picture that ends with the promise of/ a new beginning./and it's all from the number one bestseller./ A Robert L. Munger production "Born Again" Starring Dean Jones - Anne Francis/Jay Robinson - Dana Andrews - Raymond St. Jacques directed by Irving Rapper/ executive producer Robert L. Munger produced by Frank Capra, Jr./screenplay by Walter Bloch - music by Les Baxter/ prints by CFI Avco Embassy Picture release - PG parental guidance suggested - some materials may not be suitable for children// read Bantam Books' best seller... 4 black and white. Drawing of the front cover of the book Born Again. 1978.

Two tickets for the premiere of the film Born Again. 2-7/8" x 6-3/4". World premiere/Born/Again/ ... The true story of Charles Colson/ Eisenhower Theatre/ Kennedy Center, Washington D.C./ Sunday September 24, 1978 at 8:00 p.m./ benefit of Prison Fellowship/ a Robert L. Munger production "Born Again" starring Dean Jones - Anne Francis/Jay Robinson - Dana Andrews - Raymond St. Jacques - directed by Irving Rapper/ executive producer Robert L. Munger - produced by Frank Capra, Jr./screenplay by Walter Bloch - music by Les Baxter/ prints by CFI Avco Embassy Picture release/black tie optional/ $100.00/ ORCHESTRA S 11/ LEFT Green, white and blue. Picture of scene from film of Dean Jones and Anne Francis hugging, with Jones facing forward and below a picture of the Capitol building.

One poster for the movie edition of the book Born Again, written by Charles Colson and published by Chosen. Poster clipped to a cardboard backing which could be used for either window or bookshelf display. Poster is 13-" x 10", yellow, black, red, orange, white are the main colors, n.d., ca. 1978.

Two posters for the film Born Again, produced by AVCO Embassy Pictures. For everyone who ever wanted/a chance to start Over/Born/Again/ ... the true story of Charles Colson/a Robert L. Munger production "Born Again" starring Dean Jones - Anne Francis/Jay Robinson - Dana Andrews - Raymond St. Jacques directed by Irving Rapper/ executive Producer Robert L. Munger produced by Frank Capra, Jr./screenplay by Walter Bloch - music by Les Baxter/ prints by CFI Avco Embassy Picture release - PG parental guidance suggested - Some materials may not be suitable for children/ read Bantam Books' best seller.... Major colors of poster are black, white, blue, green, reddish-orange. Center of poster contains a circle with a illustration of several scenes from the film juxtaposed with each other, The largest scene and the central one in the circle is of Dean Jones and Anne Francis hugging, with Jones facing forward, 41" x 27". 1978.

One advertising manual for the Film Born Again. Produced by Avco Embassy Pictures, 11" x 17", 1978.

Two sheets of glossy paper, stapled together, of three dummies of the same newspaper ad. One dummy is 6-3/4" x 9-", one is 5-1/8" x 9-", one is 5-1/8" x 7-1/4. "He went from/ the White House/ to the big house./It is the full/ shocking story/ exposed by the/ president's/ hatchet man/ [each line of text slightly larger than the previous] no names or facts have been changed to protect the guilty./ Colson/a Robert L. Munger production "Born Again" starring Dean Jones - Anne Francis/Jay Robinson - Dana Andrews - Raymond St. Jacques directed by Irving Rapper/ executive Producer Robert L. Munger produced by Frank Capra, Jr./screenplay by Walter Bloch - music by Les Baxter/ prints by CFI Avco Embassy Picture release - PG parental guidance suggested - Some materials may not be suitable for children/ read Bantam Books' best seller...." Black and white photos of the actors playing Colson, Nixon, Haldeman, Ehrlichman, E. Howard Hunt. 1978.

Two sheets of glossy paper, stapled together, of five dummies of newspaper ads. Four dummies exactly alike, one (the smallest) is an abbreviated version of the ad. One dummy is 5-1/8" x 9-1/2", the others are slightly smaller. "You'll cry. You'll be moved,/you will stand up and/ cheer!/'"One of the most inspirational films of the year!" - So. Calif. Motion Picture Council/ Born/ Again/ ... A reason to go to/the movies again! Colson/a Robert L. Munger production "Born Again" starring Dean Jones - Anne Francis/Jay Robinson - Dana Andrews - Raymond St. Jacques directed by Irving Rapper/ executive Producer Robert L. Munger produced by Frank Capra, Jr./screenplay by Walter Bloch - music by Les Baxter/ prints by CFI Avco Embassy Picture release - PG parental guidance suggested - Some materials may not be suitable for children/ read Bantam Books' best seller.... " Black and white photos of eight moviegoers with their names and favorable reactions to the film underneath. 1978.

One poster. 11" x 15-". "Who tried to kill him?/ Why was his son arrested?/ What made a Jewish lawyer/ defend him and a black convict protect him?/This is the motion picture/ that portrays all the human/ drama of Chuck Colson's/ "Born Again"/ story,/ Born/Again/The one movie that ends with the promise/of a happy new beginning. /A Robert L. Munger production "Born Again" starring Dean Jones - Anne Francis/Jay Robinson - Dana Andrews - Raymond St. Jacques directed by Irving Rapper/ executive Producer Robert L. Munger produced by Frank Capra, Jr./screenplay by Walter Bloch - music by Les Baxter/ prints by CFI Avco Embassy Picture release - PG parental guidance suggested - Some materials may not be suitable for children/ read Bantam Books' best seller.... Black and white. Photo of scene from the movie with Dean Jones and Raymond St. Jacques struggling with someone. 1978.

One poster, 11" x 15 ", Chuck Colson's "Born Again" story/ brings people together/ to laugh, cry, grip/ their seats in/ suspense/ and leave/ the theatre/ feeling/ good/ again,/ Born Again/ the one motion picture that ends with a happy new beginning. Black and white. Large photo of scene from movie of Dean Jones and Anne Francis hugging, with Jones facing forward. Photos of Dean Jones, Anne Francis, Jay Robinson, Dana Andrews and Raymond St. Jacques with their names and a few words about their part beneath. 1978.


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 84-75
Type of material: Photographs

The following items are located in the at the beginning of each entry below


COLSON, CHARLES W. Scenes of Colson meeting with American and Austrian officials in Vienna during his February-March 1973 trip to Europe and Israel; passport photo of Colson; passport photo of Patricia Ann Colson, his wife; Colson meeting with Japanese officials at the White House; Colson and Fred Rhodes visiting a prison and walking around Washington D.C., with President Nixon and unidentified men in the Oval Office; with president Nixon and a group, possibly of small business men, in a White House conference room in 1970; group photo from unidentified occasion; close-up shots of Colson talking into a microphone. 1970-1978. 23 b & w, 10 color.

NIXON, RICHARD MILHOUS. Proof sheet of shots of President Nixon and his advisors at Key Biscayne, Florida, including pictures of Henry Kissinger, George Schultz, and a press briefing; photo of Nixon standing next to an unidentified man, possibly an officer of Rotary International, in the White House in 1970. 2 b &w.


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Location Record
Accession: 84-75

Type of Material: Video Tapes

The video tapes listed below are located in the VIDEO TAPE FILE. Request by the V# at the beginning of each entry below:


V1 - VHS cassette, color, 77 minutes. First portion of tape is of Charles Colson speaking to a Evangelism Strategy Workshop held at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. Colson is introduced first by Dr. Melvin Lorentzen, associate director of the Billy Graham Center, then by Rev. Ross Rhoads, dean of the workshop and then by Dr. Richard Chase, president of the College. Rhoads gives a brief summary of Colson's career and Chase talks about Colson's donation of his papers to Wheaton College. Colson's address is on the topic "Touching the Untouchables," about the failure of political solutions in the modern world, the corruption of the culture and the need for the church and individual Christians to renew their biblical faith and to show Christ's love in their daily lives. In part, it is a description of his recent trip to visit prisons in Latin America. At the beginning of his talk, Colson refers to a transcript of a tape he recorded giving his thoughts and impressions when he began serving his prison term. This apparently is the transcript in folders 95-11 and 95-12. The program ends sixty minutes into the tape. It is followed by an interview of Colson by Paul Snezek, librarian of Wheaton College. This interview apparently took place the same day as Colson's speech. In it he answers questions about Colson's conversion, the influence of C. S. Lewis on him, why Christians fail to have an impact on society, the origins of Prison Fellowship. June 19, 1984.




Subseries B: Other Manuscripts
CONTAINER LIST
Box Folder Description
Series I: Professional and Ministry Files
1 1 Allison Letters; 1974
1 2 CWC Appointment Congratulations and Announcements - -1969/W.H.; 1969; 1972
{Attack Ads folder}
1 3 Attack Project attack ads; 1970; n.d.
1 4 [Loose Materials]; 1969-1970
1 5 Shipley/Ads, etc.; 1970
1 6 [Untitled]; 1970
1 7 Autographs; 1976-1987
1 8 Bar Association; 1973-1974
1 9 Tom Braden; 1977-1978
1 10 David E. Bradshaw; 1973
1 11 Browne and Nichols, "Strawberry Night" May 11, 1973; 1973
1 12 Arthur Burns; 1974-1975
1 13 Cabinet Leadership Brfg., Tuesday, August 12, 1972; 1972; n.d.
1 14 Old (1973) Call Sheets; 1973; n.d.
2 1 The Changing of the Guard--Guest author for Kevin Phillips--12/28/72; 1972
2 2 Christmas at the White House - 1972; 1972-1973
Clippings about Colson
144 1 1973-1975
144 2 1976-1977
144 3 1978
144 4 1979
144 5 1980
144 6 1981-1982
144 7 1987
2 3 "Colson and Shapiro" Congratulatory Letters, March 1973; 1970, 1973
2 4 John B. Connally; 1973
Correspondence
2 5 February; 1973
2 6 March; 1973
2 7 April; 1973
2 8 May; 1973
2 9 June; 1973
2 10 July; 1973
2 11 August; 1973
2 12 September; 1973
2 13 October; 1973
2 14 November; 1973
2 15 December; 1973
2 16 January; 1974
2 17 February; 1974
2 18 March; 1974
2 19 April; 1974
2 20 June; 1974
Correspondence, General
2 21 1973
3 1 1974
3 2 1974
3 3 1974
3 4 1974
4 1 1974
4 2 1974
4 3 1974
4 4 1974
4 5 1974-1977
5 1 Liz Drew Show 2/1/73; 1973; n.d.
5 2 Sean Downey "I believe in America" Agreement; 1974
Europe Trip Files , 1973
5 3 Trip to Europe/February 15, 1973; 1973
5 4 Trip to Europe/February, March; 1973
5 5 Austria; 1973
5 6 CWC Personal-Biographical Data etc.; 1961-1971
5 7 England; 1973
5 8 Entertainment Expenses; 1972-1973
5 9 Israel; 1972-1973
5 10 Romania; 1973
5 11 Russia; 1973
5 12 "Face the Nation" July 1, 1973; 1973
5 13 CWC: Break-in at Fellowship House, April 1979; n.d.
5 14 Playboy Article on Fellowship House; n.d.
5 15 Fong Dinner; 1963-1964
5 16 Colson-"Going in" Party Notes; n.d.
5 17 Grandmother Memo; 1972
5 21 Dick Howard; 1973-1974
5 19 Hunt Correspondence; 1975
5 18 Significant Invitations; 1969-1972
5 20 Godfrey Isaac, Esq.; 1973-1974
5 22 Letters to Kids-Not Guilty Plea etc.; 1971-1974
5 23 "The Kup Show" July 6, 1973; 1973
5 24 1970 Memos; 1970
6 1 1971 Memos; 1971
6 2 1972 Memos; 1972
6 3 Memos; Activity After '72 Election; 1972-1973
6 4 Nader Sues White House Aides November 16, 1972; 1972
6 5 New York Times Op Ed Piece, January 30, 1973; 1973
6 6 "We Shall Never Vindicate Those Who Have Deserted Their Country" -CWC; 1973
6 7 CWC Op Ed Piece For NYT 11/19, "Public Office, Public Funds"; 1973
6 8 "The Richard Nixon I Knew;" n.d.
Nixon Key Issues
6 9 American Indian; 1968
6 10 Colson Campaign Statements & Newspaper Clips re Colson; 1968
6 11 Fair Play For Cattle Industry; 1968
6 12 Federal Personnel Policies in Nixon Administration; 1968
6 13 Foreign Investment Restrictions; 1968
6 14 Housing Plans; n.d.
6 15 Issue & Speech Drafts; n.d.
6 16 Manpower; 1968
6 17 Merchant Marine; 1968
6 18 Mining Industry Statement; 1968
6 19 National Air Transport Policy; 1968
6 20 SEC Letter; 1968
6 21 Speech Thank You Letters (Indiv. who drafted speeches); 1968
6 22 Vietnam Bombing Halt; 1968
6 23 Nixon Advice to Staff-early 1970; n.d.
144 8 Notes of Nixon Meeting; 1976
6 24 Nixon Yearbook; 1968
6 25 Personal/Conflict; 1972
Personal
7 1 1970
7 2 1970
7 3 1971
8 1 1972-1973
8 2 1973
9 1 1974
Political
9 2 Edward W. Brooke; 1966-1969
9 3 Correspondence; 1968-1969
9 4 1967-1968; 1966-1968
9 5 General, 1968; 1968
9 6 Harlow, Bryce; 1968-1969
9 7 '64 Preparation for '68; 1964-1965; n.d.
9 8 '68 Campaign; 1968
9 9 '68 Election; 1968-1971; n.d.
9 10 '69 Inaugural Festivities; 1968-1969
9 11 1972 Strategy; 1971-1972
10 1 Political Strategy Memos; 1969-1972
10 2 Presidential Conversations; 1973
10 3 Log of All Presidential Meetings and Conversation with CWC; 1971-1973
10 4 Presidential Phone Calls; 1972
10 5 Press Clips; 1973-1974
10 6 Notes and Diary While in Prison; 1974-1975
10 7 Letters From Prison; 1974-1975
10 8 Data About Prisons: Maxwell; 1974
10 9 Colson - Prison Fellowship; 1977
11 1 Prison Reform Materials; 1975-1981
11 2 Colson Publicity; 1960-1972
11 3 Religious Clips; 1973
11 4 Sindlinger Information; 1973
11 5 60 Minutes - May 26, 1974; 1974
11 6 Howard K. Smith Special w/CWC; 1973
11 7 Letter to Soden/Sgt. Green Letter; 1974-1975
CWC Speeches
11 8 1961
11 9 1962
11 10 1963
11 11 1964
11 12 1965
11 13 1966
11 14 1968
11 15 1984
11 16 Speech Material; 1972-1973
11 17 Speech Material; 1970-1973
11 18 Oil Speech; 1970
12 1 Speech - Anchorage, Alaska 6/5/70 (Sen. Bartlett's Memorial Dinner);
1968-1970
12 2 Speech - Junior Achievement Banquet - Hyannis, Mass. 6/25/70
12 3 CWC Speech - Young Republican Club of Alexandria, VA. 12/70
12 4 Prouty Speech 10-14-70
12 5 Speech - Northern Textile Assoc. 10/15/70
12 6 NAM Speech - Boca Raton, Fla - Feb. 16, 1971
12 7 CWC Speech - Conference on Federal Tax Problems of Non-Profit Organs. 2/18/71
12 8 Speech - Fort McNair Officer's Club - May 7, 1971
12 9 Chamber of Commerce - 12/13/71
12 10 Gleason Dinner; 1972
12 11 Speech Before the New England Society of Newspaper Editors, Nov. 11,
1972
12 12 Speech at Brown University - February 6, 1973
12 13 National Press Club Speech, 3/29/73
12 14 Middlesex Club - Boston, Mass. - April 11, '73
12 15 Owosso Speech/Elwood Letter; 1974
12 16 Statement Letters: Securities Industry & Maritime Affairs; 1968
12 17 Summons to Greatness; 1972
13 1 Colson Television Interviews; 1973-1975
13 2 Nick Thimmesch Article; 1973
13 3 CWC Today Show Appearance 2/8/73
13 4 Travel Forms; n.d.
13 5 Travel Records; 1970-1972
13 6 Watergate Recommendations; 1973
13 7 CWC's Watergate Trial Clippings; 1974
13 8 White House Correspondence; 1970-1974
{White House Memos folder}
13 9 Gift Procedures; 1970-1971
13 10 Nixon Anecdotes/Staff Summaries; n.d.
13 11 Colson's First Impressions in White House; 1969
13 12 Staff; 1971-1973
13 13 White House Memos and Files; 1971-1972
13 14 Msc. White House; 1972-1973
13 15 CWC Thank-you Letters to WH Staff; 1973
II. Watergate Files
14 1 Colson - ABC; 1973-1975
14 2 Accusatory; 1972-1974
14 3 Correspondence [Adams, Kenneth]; 1974-1975
14 4 DIS/Adams Mtg w/Ben-Veniste - 2/15/74
14 5 "All the President's Men"; 1976
14 6 "All the President's Men" - Woodward and Bernstein; 1974
14 7 Jack Anderson Column on Hallett/Finch Charges; 1973
14 8 Anderson vs. Nixon; 1977
14 9 Anderson vs. Nixon - Colson Deposition; 1977
14 10 Flap Over Annenberg Letter; 1973
14 11 ABP - Working Copy [Appeal Briefs]; 1973
14 12 Bar Association Action; 1973
14 13 Fred Barron; 1976
{Bennett Connection/CIA folder}
14 14 Mass. Bar, CIA, Jaworski Statement; 1974
14 15 Memoranda on Items; 1974-1976
14 16 Greenspun-Maheu Litigation; 1974
14 17 Baker Meeting 12/13/73
14 18 Miscellaneous; 1973-1974
14 19 Memos on Interviews and Conversations w/Others; 1974
14 20 Colson Notes; n.d.
14 21 CIA Material; 1973-1974
{Best Files 1}
15 1 Research, Notes, Background; 1973
15 2 Congressional Testimony; 1973-1974
15 3 Solicitation of Contributions; 1973
15 4 General (Corres., etc.); 1973-1974
15 5 Fund Raising; 1973
15 6 Best Files 2 - Dean Exhibits; 1973
{Best Files 3}
15 7 Pre-sentence, Sentencing, Post Sentence; 1972-1975
15 8 Dean Testimony; 1973
15 9 Special Counsel to President; n.d.
15 10 Teamsters/Gibbons; 1973
15 11 Affidavits re Opponent List; n.d.
15 12 Senate Staff Interviews; 1973
15 13 Pleadings; 1973
15 14 Defense Fund; 1973
15 15 F.B.I.; 1973
15 16 CWC Testimony (Ervin Hearings); 1973
15 {Best Files 4}
16 1 Diem Cables; 1973
16 2 Ehrlichman; 1973
16 3 Republican Campaign Tactics; 1973
16 4 Index to Files; n.d.
16 5 Ervin Hearings Extracts; 1973
16 6 Krogh; 1973
16 7 Mitchell Testimony; n.d.
16 8 Democratic Campaign Tactics; 1973
16 9 Wallace Assassination Attempt; 1973
16 10 Clemency; 1973
16 11 Dita Beard; n.d.
16 12 Meetings With Bittman in Jan. 1973; 1973-1974
16 13 Boston Funeral Expenses; 1975
16 14 Bremer Incident Notebook; 1972-1973
16 15 Bookings Notebook; 1973
16 16 Cables Notebook; 1973
16 17 Call Sheets; 1971, n.d.
16 18 Call Sheets; 1971, n.d.
16 19 Call Sheets; 1971
17 1 Call Sheets; 1971
17 2 Call Sheets; 1972
17 3 Call Sheets; 1972
17 4 Colson Call Sheets; 1974
17 5 Campaign Finance Notebook; 1971-1974
17 6 Canons - Conflict?; n.d.
17 7 CBS; 1974
17 8 Center for Corporate Responsibility; 1973
{CIA}
18 1 CIA; 1973-1975
18 2 Meetings w/Weicker, Baker; 1974-1975
[CIA & Watergate]
18 3 CIA Involvement; 1973-1974
18 4 CIA; 1974-1977
18 5 Bast Transcript - CIA; 1974
18 6 Church Committee / Hypocrisy; 1976
18 7 Hunt Interviews - Penthouse; April 1975
18 8 Anderson Assassination; 1975
18 9 Nidze; 1974
18 10 CIA Notebook; 1973-1974
18 11 Civil Litigation; 1972
18 12 Clemency Notebook; 1972-1974
18 13 R Chris Colson; 1975
18 14 W. Colton; 1964-1970
18 15 Common Cause Suit; 1974
18 16 Commission On Industrial Peace; 1972
18 17 Commutation of Sentence Notebook; 1974, n.d.
18 18 John Conlan; 1977
18 19 Contempt for Out-of-Court Pretrial Publicity; 1973-1974
19 1 Cover-up Notebook; 1971-1974
19 2 Hayden Covington, Esquire; 1974
19 3 9/26/73 Mtg. w/Cox
19 4 Criminal Research Briefs; 1973
19 5 D.C. Bar; 1976-1977
20 1 J. Dean Credibility; 1973-1974
20 2 Dean Exhibits Notebook; 1972-1974, n.d.
20 3 Meetings With Dean; 1973
20 4 June 20 Memo to File & Aug 29 Memo to Dean; 1972-1973
20 5 Dean Memos - Memo to HRH re: Mitchell; 1971-1972
20 6 Memo to Accompany Exhibit A; 1974
20 7 Dean Notebook; 1974
20 8 Critique - Dean Testimony; 1973
20 9 Colson "Defense" Fund; 1973-1974
20 10 Democratic National Committee Civil Suit; 1972-1973
21 1 DNC vs McCord - Transcripts; April 1973
21 2 DNC vs McCord - Transcripts; May 1973
21 3 DNC vs McCord; May 1973
21 4 DNC vs McCord - Transcripts; May - July 1973
22 1 DNC vs McCord - Depositions; August 1972
22 2 DNC vs McCord - Depositions; September 1972
22 3 Depositions; 1973
22 4 Colson - Denman; 1974-1976
22 5 Denman et al v. Colson; 1974-1976
22 6 Colson Deposition - DoJ - August 28, 1972; July 12, 1974
22 7 Colson Deposition - June 20, 1974; June 13, 1974
23 1 CWC Diaries; 1969-1971
23 2 S. Dickstein Permission to Rep. CWC; 1974
23 3 Dirty Tricks Notebook; 1971-1974
23 4 Disbarment Notebook; 1974-1975
23 {CWC - Extra Copies (Ehrlichman Pleadings)}
23 5 [Loose Materials]; Motion to Dismiss; 1974
23 6 Gov't Memo re "National Security Evidence;" 1974
{Colson Extra Copies (Ehrlichman Pleadings)}-loose materials with dividers
24 1 [Untitled]; 1973-1974
24 2 Reply Memo re National Security Evidence; 1974
24 3 Gesell Memo and Order re Discovery; 1974
24 4 Motion to Dismiss Indictment For Failure to Charge Offense; 1974
24 5 US Memo Oppo. Motions for Discovery of Nat. Sec. Evidence; 1974
{CWC Extra Copies (Ehrlichman)}
24 6 Motion for Alternative Relief from Prejudicial P-T Publicity; 1974
24 7 CWC Affidavit in Support of Motion for Discovery; 1974
24 8 Rule 16 Motion; 1974
24 9 Subpoena to Testify; 1974
24 10 Subpoena to Produce Documents; 1974
24 11 Motion for Leave to Join in Barker and Martinez Motion to Dismiss Indictment; 1974
24 12 US Memo In Oppo. Mots. Barker, Martinez, Colson to Dismiss; 1974
{United States v. Ehrlichman et al (Ellsberg)}
24 13 [Loose Materials]; 1973-1974
24 14 US v. Mitchell - ct. hearings; 1974
24 15 US v. Ehrlichman (Ellsberg) - Mtgs of Counsel; n.d.
{US vs. Ehrlichman (Ellsberg) - Pleadings}
24 16 [Loose Materials]; 1974
24 17 US v. Ehrlichman - ct. hearings; 1974
24 18 Trial Preparation - Cross Examination 74-110; 1973-1974
24 19 US v. Mitchell - Mtgs of Counsel; 1974
24 20 Notes on GJ Testimony of Govt. Witnesses 74-116; n.d.
24 21 Transcripts of Hearings on Motions, US v. Ehrlichman, et al, 74-116; May 1974
25 1 California vs Ehrlichman - Grand Jury Transcripts; May-June 1973
25 2 California vs Ehrlichman - Grand Jury Transcripts; June-September 1973
25 3 Preparation for Discovery - Ellsberg Case; 1974
25 4 Preparation for Discovery - Watergate Case; 1974
25 5 Watergate - Domestic Intelligence; 1973
25 6 Memo to Buzhardt re: Ellsberg; 1971-1974
26 1 Ellsberg File III; 1973-1974
26 2 Ellsberg Investigation Clips; 1973-1974
26 3 Krogh Statement in the Ellsberg Case; n.d.
26 4 Ellsberg/Pentagon Papers Case/FBI; 1973
26 5 Ellsberg Notebook; 1971-1974
27 1 Ellsberg Discovery; 1974
27 2 Cox Brief - Ellsberg Evidence; 1973-1974
27 3 Ellsberg File II; 1973-1974
28 1 Ellsberg Pleadings; 1974
28 2 Plumbers - Ellsberg - McCollum Committee; 1973-1974
28 3 Procedural/Ellsberg; 1974
28 4 Enjoin Indictment--Withholding Evidence From Grand Jury; n.d.
28 5 Elmwood Correspondence; 1974-1975
28 6 Watergate/Ervin Committee; 1973
28 7 Watergate Abstracts; 1973
29 1 Watergate Abstracts; 1973
29 2 Watergate Abstracts; 1973
30 1 Abuses by Ervin Committee; 1973-1974
30 2 Colson Appearance: Ervin Committee; 1973
30 3 Hearing Transcript - Ehrlichman Testimony; May 30, 1973
30 {Inventory of Exhibits and Material for the Ervin Committee}
30 4 Teamster Retainer; 1973
30 5 McGovern Research on Nixon Staff - Atlanta Constitution Article; 1972
30 6 Democratic Espionage and Rhetoric; 1972-1973
30 7 Colson-Mitchell Split--Teddy White; 1972
30 8 Colson Lack of Knowledge of Intelligence Operation; 1973
30 9 White House Chronology of Dean-Nixon Meetings; 1972
30 10 Magruder Testimony Involving Colson; 1973
30 11 McGovern Campaign Violations; 1973
30 12 Public Statements on Diem Cables; 1971-1973
30 13 Opening Statement to McClellan and Nedzi Committees; 1973
30 14 Truman and Nixon Letters; 1973
30 15 Presidential Statements; 1972-1973
30 16 Correspondence Between Colson and/or Shapiro and the Ervin Committee; 1973
30 17 Bremer File; 1973
30 18 Memo on Brookings; 1973
30 19 Exhibit 39; 1973
30 20 Letter to Ervin Committee; re: Political Enemies; 1973
30 21 Ervin Brief on the Gravel Case; 1972
30 22 Chronology of Watergate; 1973
30 23 Morin Memo Episode; 1973
30 24 Van Shumway Deposition; 1972-1973
30 25 Investigation of Political Opponents - Kennedy/Chappaquidick; 1973
30 26 Hunt Phone Call; 1973
30 27 Secret Service Info on McGovern; 1973
30 28 Opponents List; 1973
30 29 Hunt Memo re: ITT; 1972
30 30 Fund Raising by Colson; 1969-1974
30 31 Substantive Areas of Responsibility in the White House; 1973
30 32 Gibbons Memo; 1973
30 33 Rebuttal to Mitchell/White House Horror Stories; 1973
30 34 Sen. Weicker Affidavit; 1973
30 35 Lambert - Life Article of Tydings; n.d.
30 36 Key Dates - Presidential Meetings/Colson Testimony; 1972-1975
30 37 Ervin Resolution; 1973
30 38 Ervin Committee Testimony; 1973
30 39 Ervin Comm. Testimony -- Extracts; 1973
Ervin Committee -- Transcripts
31 1 5/18,22/73
31 2 5/23-24/73
31 3 6/5-6/73
32 1 6/7,12/73
32 2 6/14,25/73
32 3 6/26/73
33 1 6/27-28/73
33 2 6/29/73, 7/10/73
33 3 7/11-12/73
34 1 7/13,17/73
34 2 7/18,20/73
34 3 7/23-24/73
35 1 7/25-26/73
35 2 7/27,30/73
35 3 8/1-2/73
36 1 8/3,6/73
36 2 8/7/73, 9/24/73
36 3 9/25/73
37 1 9/26/73
37 2 Executive Privilege Issue - Post Watergate; 1969-1973
37 3 Executive Privilege/Senate Hearings - Sam Ervin/Watergate; 1972-1973
37 4 CWC/FBI Interview 2/21/74
37 5 FBI/ITT Matter; 1973
37 6 FBI - Las Vegas Investigation; 1977
37 7 FBI/Teamsters Matter; 1973
37 8 Colson Press on "Fifth"; 1973
37 9 Colson - Fifth Amendment; 1974
37 10 Fifth Amendment Waiver (Letter to Dash); 1974
37 11 A. Ernest Fitzgerald Case - Nixon; 1969-1979
37 12 Jane Fonda/CWC Suit; 1973-1974
37 13 Fonda vs. L. Patrick Gray; 1979
37 14 Letter to Ford; 1974
{CWC General}
38 1 Administrative Correspondence; 1974
38 2 Witness Preparation (Joan Hall); 1974
38 3 National Security Aspects - Memoranda & Correspondence; 1974
38 4 Witness Preparation (Barker); 1974
38 5 Bittman Memoranda and Affidavit; 1973-1974
38 6 Polling - General; 1972-1974
38 7 Service List; 1974
38 8 Research; 1974
38 9 General Accounting Office/ NY Times Ad; 1973
38 10 Gleason/Fundraising Investigation; 1973
38 11 DIS Before Grand Jury 1/29/74
38 12 Grand Jury 6/24/74
38 13 Watergate/Grand Jury; 1973
38 14 2/20 G.J. for Colson re. Bittman Mtgs.; 1974
38 15 Silbert/Cox/Grand Jury Interviews; 1971-1973
38 16 Grand Jury, Cox, U.S. Attorneys; 1974
38 17 Cox/Ellsburg/GRAND JURY/Pentagon Papers; 1971-1973
38 18 Bob Haldeman; 1975-1980
38 19 Haldeman Grand Jury Testimony; May 3, 1973
39 1 Haldeman Testimony-Grand Jury; Oct. 19, 1973
39 2 Cox/ Grand Jury/ ITT; 1973
39 3 Grand Jury Report; 1974
39 4 Colson Depositions/Grand Jury Statements; 1974
39 5 Memos to File - HRH - Call; March 23, 1973
39 6 Joan Hall Affidavits; 1973
39 7 Hall Deposition in Nader vs Butz; 1973
39 8 Hall Affidavit - Letter to Ben-Veniste; 1972-1973
39 9 Hall Notebook; 1973-1974
39 10 Deposition of Joan Hall; 1972-1973
39 11 Hallett Article; 1974
40 1 Douglas Hallett; 1972-1977
40 2 Amos Heacock; 1975-1976
40 3 Colson Hearings; 1974
40 4 Hirsch/Seymour; n.d.
40 5 HEW Film Project; 1972
40 6 Colson-Hoffa; 1973-1980
40 7 Hughes-Rebozo; 1970
40 8 CA 73-2199 Hunt v U.S. Brief for Appellant; 1973-1974
40 9 CA 73-2199 Hunt v U.S. Joint Appendix; 1973
40 10 Hunt Affidavit; 1973
40 11 Hunt / Dita Beard Memo; 1972
40 12 Hunt's Blackmail Memo; 1972
40 13 Hunt Conversation - Nov 1972
40 14 Hunt/Ervin Committee Testimony; Sept. 24, 1973
40 15 Memos RE: Hiring of Hunt & Expense Info; 1971
40 16 Hunt Letter of Aug 11, 1972
40 17 Pre-White House Hunt Personal Letters; 1970-1971
40 18 Misc. Memos - Hunt Political and Personal; 1971-1972
40 19 June 30, 1972 Story re: H. Hunt's Safe Contents
40 20 Letter re: Hunt to Sentencing Officer & Letter re: Hunt's Son; 1972-1973
40 21 Hunt's Termination; 1972
40 22 Impeachment; 1974
40 23 Impeachment of Witness via Extrinsic Evidence of Lack of Veracity; 1974
40 24 Hunt Notebook; 1969-1973
41 1 Index; 1973
41 2 Brief for Jaworski re: CWC Indictment; 1974
41 3 Response to Indictment; 1971-1974
41 4 Colson: Information to which he pled guilty, CWC Statement; 1974
41 5 House Select Intelligence Committee; 12/12/75
41 6 Senate Subc. On Intelligence Ops. CWC/June 19, 1973-1974
41 7 Interviews with WSPF, FBI, Grand Jury, etc.; 1973-1974
41 8 House Committee on Investigations/Morin Letter/ITT Matter; 5/14/73
41 9 Invitations - Speaking or Social; 1974
41 10 Colson - ITT Material Notebook; 1970-1974
42 1 ITT Notebook; 1971-1974
{International Telephone and Telegraph}
42 2 Affidavits and Statements/Dita Beard Memo; 1971-1972
42 3 Analysis to Staggers Comm. ITT Testimony re: perjury - Kenworthy Letters; 1973
42 4 Testimony - ITT - Dita Beard/Sec Files; 1967-1973
42 5 Antitrust Settlement; 1972-1973
42 6 International Tel. & Tel. / Prior ITT Case -- March 1972; 1970-1972
42 [Loose Materials] ITT Hearing; 1972
42 7 Miscellaneous; 1967-1972
42 8 Colson Miscellaneous (78 on); 1971-1975
42 9 FBI Interview - ITT; 1973
42 10 ITT - Hunt's Memo of March 14; 1971-1972
42 11 Jaworski/Special Prosecutor; 1973-1974
43 1 Jaworski, Special Prosecutor; 1973-1974
43 2 Meeting With Jaworski - 12/7/73
43 3 12/7 Mtg. w/Jaworski; 1973
43 4 12/14 Mtg. w/Jaworski; 1973
43 5 1/17/74 Mtg. w/Jaworski
43 6 1/7 DIS Mtg. w/Jaworski; 1974
43 7 1/24/74 DIS Mtg. w/Jaworski et al
43 8 Jaworski, 1/15/74
43 9 Jaworski Meeting (Ruff meeting), 2/4/74
43 10 1974 W'gate Special Prosecution Force Memos/Info Filed In DC 6/3/74
43 11 Rodino/Judiciary Committee; 1974
43 12 Transcript - Impeachment Inquiry - House Judiciary - July 15, 1974
43 13 Transcript - Impeachment Inquiry - House Judiciary - July 16, 1974
43 14 Kenworthy/NYT Correspondence (Staggers Transcript); 1973-1974
43 15 Rabbi Korff Committee; 1973-1974
43 16 Aug 19 - Message From Krogh; n.d.
43 17 VN Cable / Lambert Affidavit; 1973
43 18 Lie Detector; 1973-1974
43 19 L.A. County Grand Jury/ Intelligence OPS -- Pentagon Papers; 1973
43 20 Massachusetts Supreme Court; 1974
43 21 McCord Testimony; n.d.
43 22 Memos - General Notebook; 1974
44 1 Drafts of Memorandum; 1974
44 2 Colson: Michelin Tire; 1977-1978
44 3 Colson - Michelin Tire Case; 1977
44 4 Milk Notebook; 1970-1974
44 5 Milk Producers Investigation; 1973-1974
44 6 CWC: 1976 Miscellaneous
44 7 CWC - Miscellaneous; 1973
44 8 74-116: Miscellaneous; 1972-1974
44 9 Miscellaneous; 1971-1973
45 1 Miscellaneous; 1974
45 2 Miscellaneous; n.d.
45 3 Miscellaneous; 1973-1974
45 4 Misc. Indictment Pleadings, Briefs, etc.; 1974
46 1 Misc. Memos, DIS Notes, Letters & Nov 19, 1973 Cong Record; 1973-1974
46 2 Miscellaneous Notebook; 1969-1974
46 3 John Mitchell; 1978-1981
46 4 Press Reports on Mitchell and Magruder [illegible]; 1973
{CWC - Extra Copies (Mitchell)}
46 5 74-110 Motion for Discovery Including Points and Authorities; 1974
46 6 Watergate Cover-up Indictment; 1974
46 7 Joint Motion to Disqualify Sirica and Affidavit in Support; 1974
46 8 Motion For Severance; 1974
46 9 Motion For Discovery; 1974
46 10 Motion For Alternative Relief From Prejudicial P-T Publicity; 1974
46 11 Motion For Order Directing Issuance of Subpoena; 1974
46 12 Petition For Writ of Certiorari; 1973
46 13 Motion To File Reply Memo in Support of Petition For Writ of Mandamus or Prohibition; 1974
46 14 U.S. Motion to Dispense With Printing Certiorari Petition; 1973
46 15 U.S. Motion For Expedited Consideration of Writ of Certiorari; 1973
{CWC - Extra Copies (Mitchell Pleadings)}
47 1 Consent Order re: Filing of Appendix B; 1974
47 2 Sindlinger Affidavit; 1974
47 3 Motion To Dismiss; 1974
47 4 Petition For Writ of Mandamus; 1974
47 5 President's Motion to Quash; 1974
47 6 CWC Response to Motion to Quash; 1974
47 7 Response of U.S. to Petition For Writ of Mandamus; 1974
47 8 Motion Joining in Motion of Special Prosecutor for Issuance of Subpoena; 1974
47 9 Order re: Petition For Writ of Mandamus; 1974
{CWC -- Extra Copies (Mitchell)}
47 10 [Loose Materials]; 1973
47 11 Appendix re: Certiorari; 1973
47 12 Nixon Brief (Certiorari); 1973
47 13 Cross-Petition For Certiorari (Nixon); 1973
47 14 74-116 Motion For Discovery Including Points and Authorities; 1974
{Misc. Motions}
48 1 U.S. vs Ehrlichman -- Frates Motions; 1974
48 2 U.S. vs Mitchell -- Frates Motions; 1974
48 3 Bill of Particulars; 1965-1974
48 4 Items For Hearing on Motion to dismiss, Venue, Continuance, Waive Jury; n.d.
48 5 Mitzner Drafts of Colson Motions; 1974
48 6 Mitzner Material on Severance; 1974
48 7 Colson Motion to Dismiss; 1974
48 8 Colson Motion to Dismiss Grand Jury; 1974
{Motion to Disqualify }
49 1 Loose materials; 1972-1974
49 2 Mandamus Petition; 1974
49 3 Factual material; 1973-1974, n.d.
49 4 Memorandum; 1974
49 5 Transcript Excerpts; 1973-1974
49 6 Wilson; 1972-1974
{Motion to Reduce}
50 1 Congressional Letters; 1974
50 2 Colson Motion to Reduce Sentence; 1974
50   Letters for CWC from his Mother; 1974
50 4 Research and Miscellaneous; 1972-1974
{Motion to Reduce: Affidavit Drafts File}
50 5 Colson - Material on Red Sent; 1974
50 6 Colson - Mot for Red Sent General; 1974
50 7 Drafts of Affidavit; 1974
50 8 9/13/74 Motion to Reduce & Affidavit Final, filed; 1974
50 9 Motion to Transfer Proceedings; 1974
50 10 Nader Deposition; 1972-1973
50 11 NLRB (Philadelphia); 1973
50 12 Nedzi Committee -- 6/29/73 House Subc. on Intelligence - A. Services; 1973
50 13 Network Antitrust Suit (Colson); 1974
50 14 News Correspondence with Reporters; 1973-1974
50 15 People vs. New York Times ad; 1973
News Summaries
51 1 January-February 1974
51 2 February-March 1974
51 3 3/5-12/1974
51 4 3/13-19/1974
51 5 3/19-26/1974
51 6 3/27-4/1/1974
52 1 4/2-6/1974
52 2 4/7-15/1974
52 3 4/16-22/1974
52 4 4/22-26/1974
52 5 4/27-5/3/1974
52 6 5/4-8/1974
53 1 5/9-14/1974
53 2 5/15-20/1974
53 3 5/20-27/1974
53 4 5/28-31/1974
53 5 6/1-7/1974
53 6 6/8-12/1974
54 1 6/15-21/1974
54 2 6/22-28/1974
54 3 6/29-7/2/1974
Newspaper and Magazine Clippings
55 1 1971-1972
55 2 Jan. - July, 1973
55 3 Aug.- Dec., 1973
55 4 January, 1974
55 5 February, 1974
55 6 March, 1974
55 7 April, 1974
55 8 May 1-23, 1974
55 9 May 24-31, 1974
56 1 June 1-5, 1974
56 2 June 6-10, 1974
56 3 June 11-15, 1974
56 4 June 16-20, 1974
57 1 June 21-25, 1974
57 2 June 26-30, 1974
57 3 July 1-4, 1974
57 4 July 5-6, 1974
57 5 July 7-10, 1974
58 1 July 11-15, 1974
58 2 July 16, 1974
58 3 July 17, 1974
58 4 July 18, 1974
58 5 July 18-19, 1974
59 1 July 20-21, 1974
59 2 July 21, 1974
59 3 July 21, 1974
59 4 July 21-23, 1974
60 1 July 23, 1974
60 2 July 24-25, 1974
60 3 July 26-31, 1974
60 4 August 1-9, 1974
61 1 August 10-12, 1974
61 2 August 14-15, 1974
61 3 August 16-17, 1974
61 4 August 18, 1974
61 5 August 18-20, 1974
62 1 August 21-23, 1974
62 2 August 24-25, 1974
62 3 August 25-26, 1974
62 4 August 27-31, 1974
62 5 September 1-12, 1974
62 6 September 13-14, 1974
62 7 September 15-30, 1974
63 1 October, 1974
63 2 November, 1974
63 3 December 2-21, 1974
63 4 December 22-30. 1974
63 5 January 2-9, 1975
63 6 January 10-12, 1975
64 1 January 12-20, 1975
64 2 February-December. 1975
64 3 May 1977
64 4 June 1977
64 5 November 1977
64 6 February 1978
64 7 March 1978
64 8 April 1978
64 9 July 1978
64 10 August 1978
64 11 1980
64 12 N.d.
65 1 CWC- Calls and meetings with President [Nixon]; 1973-1975
65 2 Nixon-Frost Interviews; 1977
65 3 Log of Telephone calls with president [Nixon]; 1971-1973
65 4 CWC- Notes of Pres. Conversations after 4/30/73 [Nixon conversations]; 1973-1974, n.d.
65 5 CWC 1980: Nixon/CWC Tapes in National Archives; 1980
65 6 Contents of Notebook #1; 1973-1974
65 7 Notebook #2 CWC tapes + Analysis; 1972-1974
65 8 FBI Interviews: Baroody, Barker, Martinez, Webster, Chenow Notebook #3; 1972-1973
65 9 Notebook of indexed Docs 1-17 + attachments 101-107, 201, 301, 302
66 1 Colson - Obstruction; 1974
66 2 Oliver vs. Nixon, et. al. (CWC); 1976
66 3 Opponents List Notebook; 1971-1973
66 4 Other Court Cases; 1976-1979
66 5 Paley Tape; 1970
66 6 Colson Pardon Request - Correspondence; 1974
{Pardon - Commutation}
66 7 Blank Forms; n.d.
Correspondence & Memos
66 8 Commutation; 1974-1975
66 9 Pardon and Commutation; 1974-1975
66 10 Draft Statement for CWC Commutation (10/23/74)
66 11 Drafts of Statements, Ken's Notes; 1974, n.d.
66 12 Final Statement (10/29), Morin's letter, forms; 1974
66 13 Research, Miscellaneous; 1974
66 14 Supporting Letters; 1974
66 15 Parole; 1975
66 16 Pentagon Papers/Ellsberg Memos; 1971-1976
66 17 Pentagon papers/Ellsberg; 1971-1973
67 1 Passive Presidential Notes - pentagon papers; 1973-1974
67 2 Personal papers: White House; 1973
67 3 June 3, 1974 Guilty Plea; 1974
67 4 CWC Letters on Guilty Plea; 1974
67 5 Plea; 1974, n.d.
67 6 Pleadings Motion to Reduce; 1974-1975
67 7 Pleadings Notebooks; 1974
67 8 Witness Copy - Interview Dox, Charles Colson "Plumbers"; 1971-1973
68 1 Polygraph newsletter; 1966-1968
68 2 Post Plea Testimony, Interviews; 1974-1976
68 3 History of Postal Reform; 1970
68 4 Affidavits as to Presidential Authority; 1974
68 5 CWC: Opening Statement before Committee on Pres. Campaign Activities; 1974
68 6 Press Clippings: Colson Personal & Law Firm; 1973
68 7 Press Clips - Misc.; 1971-1974
68 8 Press Coverage/Fair Trial; 1973-1974
68 9 Press Notebook; 1969-1973
{The Gate -- Pretrial Motions}
69 1 Affidavits - Summerlin + Gordon; 1973, n.d.
69 2 Haldeman vs. Sirica; 1974
69 3 Discovery - Rule 16; Brady; 1966-1974, n.d.
69 4 Memo -- Early Disposition of Issue of Ellsberg Documents; 1973, n.d.
69 5 "Opponents" Lists + Memos; 1971-1972, n.d.
69 6 Perjury -- Elements/Sufficiency; 1973, n.d.
69 7 Speedy Trial; 1973-1974
US vs. Mitchell
69 8 Discovery List; 1974
69 9 Pleadings; 1974
{Pretrial Motions}
69 10 Ellsberg Case -- Shultz Mo for Dismiss for Failure to Charge Specific Intent; n.d.
74-110
69 11 Defendant Colson's Motion to Dismiss Indictment Including Points and Authorities; 1974
69 12 Motion for Bill of Particulars Including Points and Authorities; 1974
69 13 Motion for Severance of Defendants Including Points and Authorities; 1974
69 14 Mo to Waive Jury; 1974
74-116
69 15 Motion for Alternative Relief from Pretrial Prejudicial Publicity Including Points and Authorities; 1974
69 16 Motion for Bill of Particulars Including Points and Authorities; 1974
69 17 Motion to Dismiss Indictment Due to Pretrial Prejudicial Publicity Including Points and Authorities; 1974
69 18 Reply to Memorandum in Support of Discovery Relating to National Security Considerations; 1974
{Pre-Trial Publicity Motions}
70 1 Consent Orders re Pretrial Publicity Appendix - both cases; 1974
Mo to Dismiss - Pretrial Pub
70 2 1966-1974
70 3 Drafts; 1974
70 4 Orig. Summary Sheets; 1972-1974
70 5 Poll Data - Mo to Dismiss, Venue; 1974
70 6 Pretrial Publicity - CWC notes of noteworthy articles; 1972-1974
70 7 Publicity Compilation for Mo to Dismiss - Memos to + from Drew, Amy, Jim Baker - Source info; 1974
70 8 B. Silverman Research Notes, Cases re Pretrial Publicity; 1962-1974
70 9 Voir Dire; n.d.
70 Pre-Trial Newspaper Publicity Notebooks [Note: the bound volumes of newspaper clippings in boxes 70 though 78 are not in folders. They can be requested by their box and volume numbers.]

June 1972 Volume 1

July 1972 Volume 2

August 1972 Volume 3

September 1972 Volume 4

71 October 1972 Volume 5

November 1972 Volume 6

December 1972 Volume 7

January 1973 Volume 8

February 1973 Volume 9

March 1973 Volume 10

April 1973 Volume 11

72 May 1973 1-17 Incomplete Volume 12

May 1973 18-20 Incomplete Volume 13

May 1973 21-31 Incomplete Volume 14

June 1973 1-10 Incomplete Volume 15

June 1973 11-15 Volume 16

73 June 1973 16-21 Volume 17

June 1973 22-26 Volume 18

June 1973 27-30 Volume 19

July 1973 1-17 Volume 20

July 1973 18-31 Volume 21

74 August 1973 1-17 Volume 22

August 1973 18-31 Volume 23

September 1973 Volume 24

October 1973 Volume 25

November 1973 Volume 26

December 1973 Volume 27

75 January 1974 Volume 28

February 1974 Volume 29

March 1974 1-6 Volume 30

March 1974 7-9 Volume 31

March 1974 10-13 Volume 32

March 1974 13-25 Volume 33

76 March 1974 25-31 Volume 34

April 1974 1-9 Volume 35

April 1974 10-18 Volume 36

April 1974 19-24 Volume 37

77 April 1974 25-29 Volume 38

April 1974 30 Volume 39

May 1974 1-3 Volume 40

May 1974 4-7 Volume 41

May 1974 8-11 Volume 42

78 May 1974 12-14 Volume 43

May 1974 15-17 Volume 44

May 1974 18-20 Volume 45

78 1 Pre-Trial Publicity Report "Beaver Report"; 1974
79 1 Letters to Probation Officer; 1974
79 2 Letters to Probation Officer; 1974
79 3 Merrill Rept. to Soden [Probation]; 1974
79 4 Battle between WH & Prosecution: Detail of Prosecution Mis-; 1973, n.d.
79 5 Publicity: TerHorst, Pentagon Papers/China; 1971-1973
79 6 Questions Concerning Watergate Case; 1974
79 7 Joseph R. Raymond; 1976
79 8 Bebe Rebozo; 1972
79 9 Colson Release; 1975
79 10 James Reston; 1978
79 11 CWC Notes - Reviewing Files; n.d.
79 12 Rockefeller CIA Commission; 1974-1975
79 13 Royal Oil Ltd. - Ford Madison Fdn; 1981
79 14 12/5 Mtg. w./ J Sale; 1973
79 15 SEC - Morin Memorandum; 1973
Sentencing
79 16 1973-1974
79 17 Transcript; 1974
79 18 Transcripts (Watergate & related); 1971-1974
79 19 June 21 - CWC; 1974
Severance
80 1 Colson; n.d.
80 2 Colson; 1974
80 3 Shapiro Statement; 1973
80 4 Carl Shipley; 1968-1970, n.d.
80 5 Daniel Schorr - November '71; 1971-1972
80 6 Sindlinger/Pre-Trial polls; 1974
80 7 Judge Sirica; 1974
80 8 George Smathers; 1973
80 9 Speakers Bureau; 1973-1974
80 10 Dec. 12 Mtg w/Ruth et. al and Subsequent brief [Special Prosecutor]; 1966, 1973
80 11 [Special Prosecutor]; 1971-1973
80 12 St. Clair Witness Interviews; 1973
81 1 Stock Market Situation April 1970; 1970
{Subpoena}
81 2 74-116 Subpoena of Testimony Before the House Armed Services Comm.; 1974
81 3 Motion to Quash Subpoena; 1973-1974
81 4 Colby Subpoena; 1974
81 5 DOD Subpoena 74-116 (Buzhardt memo); 1974
81 6 Ellsberg 74-116 Discovery Subpoena (CWC White House Files); 1974
81 7 Ellsberg Discovery - Subpoena of CIA RE Adverse Publicity (Buzhardt); 1974
81 8 NSA Subpoena 74-116 (Guyler report); 1974
81 9 White House Subpoena #2: 1974; n.d.
81 10 Tape transcript Release; 1973-1974
81 11 Teamster Allegations; 1977
Testimony
81 12 Colson; 1972-1973
81 13 R Hearing Transcript - Senate Subc on Appropriations - June 19, 1973 - Colson Testimony; 1973
81 14 R Cushman, Robert E.; 1971-1973
81 15 De Diego, Felipe; 1972
82 1 Ehrlichman, John; 1972-1974
82 2 Fielding, Lewis; 1973
82 3 Hall, Joan; 1973-1974
82 4 Harrison, Marion; 1973-1974
Hunt, E. Howard; 1973
82 5 1973
82 6 1973
83 1 Krogh, Egil; 1972-174
83 2 Mardian, Robert; 1972-1973
83 3 Mitchell, John; 1972
83 4 Regan, Charles; 1974
83 5 Scheingberg, Karen; 1973
83 6 Strachan, Gordon; n.d.
83 7 Young, David; 1972-1974
84 1 Testimony Preparation; 1972-1973, n.d.
84 2 Testimony to Grand Jury, FBI, etc.; 1973
84 3 Fred Thompson; n.d.
84 4 Transcripts and transcript Excerpts; 1974
84 5 Transcripts: Watergate Evidence; 1971-1972
84 6 UPI Interview, march 1975
84 7 Venue; n.d.
84 8 Virginia Bar; 1974
84 9 Washington Post Material Furnished to Paul Michael November 27, 1974; 1970-1973
Watergate
85 1 Watergate; 1974
Chronological File
85 2 Prior to July 1973
85 3 July 1973-
General
85 4 1968-1974
85 5 1972-1973
86 1 1973
86 2 1973-1974
86 3 General - Notebook; 1972-1974
86 4 General - Notebook; 1972-1974
87 1 Hearing; 1970-1974
87 2 Miscellaneous Watergate Newspaper Articles; 1974
87 3 Notes; 1973
87 4 Pleadings; 1974
{Prosecution}
87 5 Interview of Others; 1973-1974
87 6 Note of Epilogue/Conclusion/Resignation; 1974-1975
87 7 Trial; 1974-1975
87 8 Dealings with White House; 1972-1974
143 1 Memo re Dis List [White House Documents]; 1971-1973
143 2 Dis List of Documents [White House Documents]; 1973-1974
143 3 CWC: White House Files; 1975
143 4 White House Memos; 1972-1973
143 5 White House Tape Transcripts: Analysis; 1973-1974
Series III. Manuscript Files
Subseries A: Book Manuscripts
Born Again
88 1 Admin/Publishers; 1974
88 2 Harold Matson Company; 1974-1975
88 3 Outlines for Literary Agency; 1974, n.d.
88 4 Odds and Ends; 1974, n.d.
88 5 [Nixon Book Outlines]; n.d.
88 6 Nixon Book Outline; n.d.]
88 7 Nixon Book Chapters; n.d.
143 6 Nixon Book Chapters, n.d.
143 7 "The Nixon Years: Triumph to Tragedy" [Working Title]; n.d.
89 1 2nd drafts: Last Desperate Gamble, Kennedy Center Incident; n.d.
89 2 Stream of Consciousness; 1974; n.d.
Section I
89 3 Chapter I; n.d.
89 4 Chapter Two; n.d.
89 5 Chapter III - Foreign; n.d.
89 6 Chapter IV - Nixon and the media; n.d.
89 7 Chapter V - The Southern Strategy and the Supreme Court; n.d.
Section II
89 8 Chapter I - Domestic Warning; n.d.
89 9 Chapter II; n.d.
89 10 Chapter III - ABM; n.d.
89 11 Chapter IV - War with Media; n.d.
89 12 Chapter V - Middle East; n.d.
89 13 Chapter X - Birth of the new majority; n.d.
89 14 Chapter XII - Leaks, Ellsberg; n.d.
Section III
90 1 Chapter V; 1974, n.d.
90 2 Chapter XI - Laos; n.d.
90 3 Chapter XI - Vietnam and the Election; n.d.
90 4 Chapter 8: Attempting the Comeback - 1971 Legislative Process; n.d.
90 5 Section IV - Chapter III - Last Desperate Gamble; n.d.
90 6 Nixon Resignation - Research Materials; 1972, 1974
I
90 7 1; n.d.
90 8 2; n.d.
90 9 3; n.d.
90 10 4; n.d.
90 11 5; n.d.
II
91 1 1; n.d.
91 2 2 (7); n.d.
91 3 3 (8); n.d.
91 4 4 (9); n.d.
91 5 5 (10); n.d.
91 6 6 (11); n.d.
91 7 7 (12); n.d.
91 8 8 (13); n.d.
91 9 9 (14); n.d.
91 10 10 (15); N.D.
91 11 11 (16); N.D.
91 12 12 (17); n.d.
92 1 13 Economy (18); n.d.
III
92 2 1 (19); n.d.
92 3 2 (20); n.d.
92 4 3 (21); n.d.
92 5 7 (25); n.d.
92 6 8 (26); n.d.
92 7 11(28); n.d.
IV
92 8 1 ; n.d.
92 9 2 (31); n.d.
92 10 3 (32); n.d.
V
92 11 10(44); n.d.
92 12 General - P. conversations 4/30; 1971-1974, n.d.
Religious Book
92 13 Original Draft; n.d.
92 14 Chapter I (+ transcribed tapes); n.d.
93 1 Chapter IV; 1971, n.d.
93 2 PP 147-310 (tapes); n.d.
93 3 Forward + Misc. Notes; 1975, n.d.
93 4 Titles; 1975, n.d.
93 5 Colson - Outline, etc.; n.d.
93 6 Outline - Draft 2 ; n.d.
93 7 Prologue, Chapter 1 - Colson Conversion ; n.d.
93 8 Chapter II - "Good Enough"
93 9 Chapter IV - Burned Out Volcano ; n.d.
93 10 Chapter IV - Leaving the W.H./ Days of Doubts ; n.d.
93 11 Chapter VI -Agony of Watergate; n.d.
93 12 Chapter VI - Meeting with Phillips - Moment of Truth"; n.d.
93 13 W. H. Chapter/Conversion Story ; n.d.
93 14 Chapter VII A Moment of Truth ; n.d.
94 1 Second Draft - Born Again; n.d.
94 2 Chapter VII - Looking for God; n.d.
94 3 Chapter VIII - A Light Under Dark Clouds - (or) The Old is Passing Away; n.d.
94 4 Chapter IX - Brothers Gather; n.d.
94 5 Chapter X - More Headlines (Christ in the Headlines); 1973, n.d.
94 6 Chapter XI - Caesar Seeks God or (The Pains of Christian Life); 1974, n.d.
94 7 Chapter XII - Patient in Tribulation (or In His Way); n.d.
94 8 Chapter XIII - Accused; n.d.
94 9 Chapter XIV - Vigil; n.d.
94 10 Chapter XV - Guilty Your Honor; n.d.
94 11 Chapter XVI - Awaiting Judgement; n.d.
94 12 Ch. 17 - The Fall of the Gavel; n.d.
94 13 Ch. 18- Imprisonment; n.d.
94 14 Chapter 19 - Through Many Tribulations; n.d.
94 15 Chapter XX - "So That He Is Not Ashamed To Call Them Brothers" 2nd chapter on Maxwell; n.d.
95 1 Chapter XXI - From Despair to Redemption (or Test in Battle/Satan's Assault); n.d.
95 2 Chapter XXII Number 23226 or "Call Them Brothers"; n.d.
95 3 Number 23226 - Second Draft - Maxwell; n.d.
95 4 Chapter XXIII - "So That He Is Not Ashamed To Call Them Brothers" 2nd Maxwell chapter; n.d.
95 5 Chapter XXIV - Brothers Together Again; n.d. 6Chapter XXIV - Brothers Together Again - 2nd draft; n.d. 7Chapter XXV - Worth it All; n.d.
95 8 Chapter XXV - Worth It All - 2nd draft (last Maxwell Chapter); n.d.
95 9 Chapter 26 - A Time to be Free ; n.d.
95 10 Ch. 26 - Free ; n.d.
95 11 Chapter XVI - Holabind Tapes; n.d.
95 12 Colson - Prison Transcript Tapes; n.d.
96 1 Chapt. 1 - Two Windows or Top of the Mountain; n.d.
96 2 Chapt. 2 - Good Enough; n.d.
96 3 3 Climbing the Ladder; n.d.
96 4 Chapt. 4 - A President's Night Out; n.d.
96 5 5 The Hatchet Man; n.d.
96 6 6 Burned Out; n.d.
96 7 7 The Agony of Watergate; n.d.
96 8 8 Facing Myself; n.d.
96 9 9 The Deeper Search; n.d.
97 1 10 The Old Passes Away; n.d.
97 2 11 The Brothers; n.d.
97 3 12 Christ in the Headlines; n.d.
97 4 13 Caesar Seeks God; n.d.
97 5 14 Patience in Tribulation; n.d.
97 6 15 Wait on the Lord or Accused; n.d.
97 7 16 The Vigil; n.d.
97 8 17 Guilty, Your Honor; n.d.
97 9 18 Awaiting Judgement; n.d.
97 10 19 Fall of Gavel; n.d.
97 11 20 Imprisoned; n.d.
97 12 21 Number 23226; n.d.
97 13 22 No Favors Please; n.d.
97 14 23 Not Ashamed; n.d.
97 15 24 The Spirit Moves; n.d.
97 16 25 End of a Search; n.d.
98 1 26 Spiritual Warfare; n.d.
98 2 27 A Time to be Free
98 3 Born Again - Original (Book One); n.d.
98 4 Born Again - Original Ms. - Book Two; n.d.
98 5 Extra Material; n.d.
98 6 Book One - Chapter one through nine; n.d.
98 7 Book II Chapters 10-19; n.d.
98 8 Book III Chapters 20-27; n.d.
98 9 Final Draft Born Again Book II; n.d.
98 10 Final Draft Born Again Book III ; n.d.
99 1 Second drafts; n.d.
99 2 Second draft (re-do's); n.d.
99 3 Partial mss., Chapters 3-14; n.d.
99 4 Partial mss., V Agony of Watergate; n.d.
99 5 Carbon copy; n.d.
100 1 Part III - Prison Chapters; n.d.
100 2 Draft; n.d.
100 3 Final Typing - Book One; n.d.
101 1 Publishers Final Manuscript; n.d.
101 2 Galley Changes; n.d.
101 3 Bantam Books - Advertising; 1977
101 4 Best seller lists; 1976-1978
101 5 Best Seller lists; 1976
101 6 Best seller lists; 1976
101 7 Religious Bestsellers; 1975-1976 8Book Ads; 1976-1977
101 9 Book & Magazine Syndications; 1976-1978
101 10 Book Reviews; 1976-1978
145 1 Book Reviews; 1976-1977
101 11 Born Again; 1977 [Film correspondence]
101 12 Born Again: Changes in 2nd Edition; 1976
101 13 Born Again Harper's Extract; 1974
101 14 Christmas Books/ Gifts
Colson
101 15 BA - Editorial; 1975, n.d.
101 16 BA - Film; 1978, n.d.
102 1 Contract; n.d.
102 2 Correspondence; 1976-1979
102 3 Correspondence (Colson + L.L.) Also notes re. sessions; 1975
102 4 Corresp. - Colson with publishers;
102 5 Letters from prison; 1974, n.d.
102 6 Special letters, bio sheet, speeches regarding book; 1974
145 2 Comic book version; ca. 1978
Conversion clippings
102 7 1973-1974
102 8 1973-1974
102 9 1976 Ewing Sermon: "Is God Embarrassed?"; 1976
102 10 LeSourd letters/Comments; 1975
Magazine Articles
102 11 Alternatives, Feb/March 1977
102 12 The American Baptist; 1978
102 13 Argosy (March 1976) "Chuck Colson's explosive interview on the CIA, Nixon, Hoover, Hughes, JFK" by Dick Russell, pp. 29-33, 56-58
102 14 Chattanooga News-Free Press, (Sunday, April 18, 1976), "The Chuck
102 Colson Story", by Helen McDonald Exum
102 15 Christian Life (June 1976), "Charles Colson: "What's Ahead?" interview by Robert Walker, Editor
102 16 Christianity Today (March 12, 1976) "Watergate of Something Like It was Inevitable", p. 4-7
Eternity
102 17 March '76 Issue (Excerpts from Born Again); 1975-1976
102 18 May 1977
102 19 Execution Eve and Other Contemporary Ballads by William F. Buckley, Jr., "Chuck Colson and Christianity", G. P. Putnam and Sons, New York; 1975
102 20 Family Weekly (March 28, 1976) "The Richard Nixon I Know", by Charles W. Colson
102 21 CWC Interview in Free Love March-Apr. 1976
102 22 The Los Angeles Times, April 9, 1977
102 23 The Miami Herald March 28, 1975
102 24 Moody Monthly (February 1976) Interview by Shirl Short, pp. 47-51
102 25 National Lampoon, (March 1976) "The Watergate Book Club: God is My Unindicted Co-conspirator by Charles Colson".
102 26 Newsmakers columns from various magazines (Newsweek, People, Time, etc); 1976
102 27 Newsweek, Oct. 25, 1976, Born Again!
103 1 Colson Interview in New Wine; May 1977
103 2 New York Magazine (August 16, 1976) "A Harlot High and Low: Reconnoitering Through the Secret Government", by Norman Mailer3
103 3 The New York Times Article, September 23, 1977
103 4 Oregon Journal July 28, 1976
103 5 The New York Times Magazine August 1, 1976
103 6 Action, Vol. 1,1 (PTL Club); 1976
103 7 Playboy (September 1976), "The Puppet and the Puppetmasters: Uncovering the secret world of Nixon, Hughes and the CIA by Larry DuBois and Laurence Gonzales
Potomac Magazine
103 8 (February 9, 1975) "The Front Page", by Rudy Maxa (Putting Watergate Behind Us,)
103 9 (August 10, 1976) "The Nixon Team: One Year After", by Nick Thimmesch
103 10 St. Louis Post Dispatch March 6, 1977
103 11 Spectrum Nick Thimmesch, 1-12-74
103 12 The Star August 2, 1977
103 13 Stars and Stripes Europe; n.d.
103 14 Time Magazine Flap August 8, 1977
103 15 Wall Street Journal June 2, 1976, "The Nixon Men: They Pray, Write or Appeal Cases"
103 16 Washington Post December 17, 1973; 1973-1976
103 17 Washington Star - W. H. Willoughby; 1975-1976
103 18 Washingtonian (April 1976) Book review of Born Again by Dom Bonafede
103 19 Words (July 1976), "A Candid Discussion with Former Nixon Hatchet man Charles Colson"
103 20 Material & Thoughts on Book Ending; 1975, n.d.
103 21 Permission Letters: 1975-1976
103 {Pre-Release Press (Born Again)}
103 22 Born Again; n.d.
103 23 Born Again - Eternity Book of the Year; 1976
103 24 Born Again - pre-release press; 1976
103 25 Advanced UPI stories - Born Again; 1976
103 26 Prison Ministry 3/76 Wash Star Article; 1976-1978
103 27 BA - Promotion; 1975-1976, n.d.
103 28 Promo copy for Born Again; 1975
103 29 Religious Book Publicity re Born Again; 1975
103 30 Research material and clips - spiritual book; 1971-1974, n.d.
103 31 Revell Correspondence; 1975
{Born Again Syndications}
103 32 Baltimore Sun (March 28, 1976), "Nixon Night Out", by Charles W. Colson. (Chapter IV Syndication)
103 33 Book Digest (Nov. 1976) "Born Again: How the White House Hatchet Man Found God" (Excerpts)
104 1 Boston Globe (March 28, 1976) "A Night on the Town with Nixon", Chapter IV Syndication
104 2 Boston Magazine (April 1976) "Before the Fall", by Charles Colson (adapted from Born Again)
104 3 Christian Review(Mar/April 1976) "Born Again", by Charles Colson, (Taken from Chapter 8 "An Unforgettable Night", Born Again
104 4 Eternity Magazine (March 1976) "Under Conviction: Charles Colson's Damascus Road", Chapter VIII, Syndication
104 5 Harper's Magazine (March 1976) "Nixon's Night Out", Chapter IV Syndication
104 6 Louisville Courier-Journal, (May 30, 1976), "Charles Colson: A religious conversion seems to have lasted", by Bruce Buurmsa
104 7 Philadelphia Evening Bulletin (March 23, 1976) "Nixon's Night on Town a Nightmare for Aides", Chapter IV Syndication
104 8 Sunday Record (Bergan County, New Jersey) March 28, 1976, "The night Nixon went to a Concert", by Charles Colson (Chapter IV Syndication)
104 9 Washington Post (March 21, 1976), "Nixon's Night Out at the Concert", Chapter IV Syndication
104 10 Born Again - Title Hymn; 1971
Life Sentence
104 11 Ad copy; n.d.
104 12 Artwork; n.d.
145 4 Corrected Pages; 1979
145 5 Jacket Copy; 1979
145 7 Pictures and Cutlines; 1979
145 8 Portions Not Used; 1979
145 9 Quotes; n.d.
145 10 Research; 1979
145 11 Responses for Corrections, etc.; 1979
145 12 Reviews; 1979-1981
145 13 "With Gratitude"; 1979
104 13 Colson (Mss. copy); 1977 [Mss. of Free Indeed]
104 14 Comments of others; n.d.
145 7 Letters; 1979-1980
104 15 Life Sentence Correspondence; 1979
{Cost of Being Born Again}
104 16 Selected Book reviews & Born Again excerpts original copy; 1974-1976
104 17 Evangelism; 1976, n.d.
104 18 Mistakes\ FBR's guidance; 1977
104 19 Outline material; 1977, n.d.
104 20 Traveling Anecdotes; n.d.
104 21 Gordon's material; 1979
105 1 Colson (Unused mss. fragments); n.d.
105 2 Early materials ; n.d.
105 3 Introduction ; n.d.
105 4 Chapter one: A Christian looks at his world ; n.d.
105 5 Chapter 2 - Interlude ; n.d.
105 6 Chapter 3 - Vision ; n.d.
105 7 Chapter IV Disillusionment ; n.d.
105 8 Chapter V A vision ; n.d.
105 9 Chapter 6 How to break the good news ; n.d.
105 10 Chapter 7 ; n.d.
105 11 Chapter 8 - Commitment ; n.d.
105 12 Chapter Nine: Right on ; n.d.
105 13 Chapter 10 Surrender ; n.d.
105 14 Chapter 11 Born Again
105 15 Chap 12 - Europe: A Crippled Gospel ; n.d.
106 1 Chapter 13 ; n.d.
106 2 Chapter 14 - Ministry Begins ; n.d.
106 3 Chapter XV Old Friends, New Brothers ; n.d.
106 4 16 ; n.d.
106 5 Chapter 17 Confrontation ; n.d.
106 6 Chapter 18 Reviled We Bless ; n.d.
106 7 Chapter 19 to die is gain ; n.d.
106 8 Chapter 20 - Behind the Wall ; n.d.
106 9 Chapter 21 - Testing ; n.d.
106 10 Chapter 22 - Healing the Brokenhearted ; n.d.
106 11 Chapter 23: Mountain Top ; n.d.
106 12 Ch 24 At My Post ; 1977-1978, n.d.
106 13 Colson (Original copy) (1-14); n.d.
106 14 Colson - Originals (15-26); n.d.
107 1 Draft 2; n.d.
107 2 Draft 2
107 3 Draft 2 - Revised; n.d.
108 1 Draft 2, Part I; n.d.
108 2 Draft 2, Part II; n.d.
108 3 Life Sentence draft - 1st half; n.d.
108 4 Life Sentence draft - 2nd half; n.d.
109 1 Manuscript - Incomplete; n.d.
109 2 Manuscript - Incomplete; n.d.
109 3 Colson (some extra carbons); n.d.
109 4 3rd draft; n.d. [contains draft of chapter 21]
109 5 3rd draft - 1st half; 1979
109 6 3rd draft - 2nd half; n.d.
110 1 Draft #3 Colson Changes (less ch. 21); n.d.
110 2 #3 Corrections; n.d.
110 3 Fourth draft - 1st half; n.d.
110 4 Fourth draft - 2nd half; n.d.
111 1 Colson 4th draft (C's changes); n.d.
111 2 Life Sentence draft - 1st half; n.d.
111 3 Life Sentence draft - 2nd half; n.d.
112 1 Draft - Part I; n.d.
112 2 Draft - part II; n.d.
112 3 Draft - Part I; n.d.
112 4 Draft - part II; n.d.
112 5 Draft - Part I; n.d.
113 1 Draft, Part II; n.d.
113 2 Draft, Part I; n.d.
113 3 Draft, Part II; n.d.
113 4 New tissue copies of Colson mss.; n.d.
114 1 Draft- Incomplete; n.d.
114 2 Draft - Incomplete; n.d.
114 3 Proofs; 1979
115 1 Life Sentence - Corrected pages, final; 1979
115 2 Galleys; 1979
115 3 Galleys - corrected; 1979
116 1 Final manuscript; n.d.
Colson
116 2 (clips, articles, etc.); 1975-1978
116 3 Introduction; n.d.
116 4 (Mss. Evaluations).; 1979
116 5 Misc.; 1979
116 6 (Outline); n.d.
116 7 Pages Retyped; n.d.
116 8 Promo Copy; n.d.
116 9 Corrections -misc.; 1979, n.d.
Loving God
117 1 Story on Agape House; 1981-193, n.d.
117 2 [Armstrong]; 1982-1983
117 3 Back up copy/review; 1983, n.d.
117 4 Bontrager case; 1982-1983
117 5 [Bontrager, Agape House chapters]; 1983, n.d.
117 6 Book promotion; 1983
117 7 Book Stuff June 20; 1983, n.d.
117 8 Dualierville; 1985
117 9 [Fact checking/Research]; 1983
117 10 Loving God Study Guide; 1983
118 1 Loving God Memos and Letters; 1983-1984
118 2 Outline; 1982
146 1 Research and Thoughts; 1980-1983
118 3 Reviewers; 1983, n.d.
118 4 Servant book chapter; 1984
118 5 Status; 1985
118 6 Article: Wilberforce (Servant); n.d.
118 7 Wilberforce Ch 7; 1984-1985
118 8 Wilberforce - 8; 1987
118 9 [Wilberforce]; 1984, n.d.
118 10 Wilberforce Draft #2; n.d.
118 11 Final draft: Wilberforce; 1984
119 1 [Drafts of several chapters];n.d.
119 2 Outline; 1982-1983
119 3 Alternative Prologue; n.d.
119 4 Ack + credits; n.d.
119 5 Acknowledgments; 1983, n.d.
119 6 Intro + Preface; n.d.
119 7 Chapter one - Success and Failure/Winning Through Losing; n.d.
119 8 Chapter 2 - In the GULAG/Kornfeld; n.d.
119 9 [Chapter 2]; n.d.
119 10 Chapter 3 - Obedience + Faith; 1982-1983, n.d.
119 11 Chapter 4 - Asceticism; 1982-1983, n.d.
119 12 Chapter 5 - This is love of God; 1982, n.d.
119 13 Chapter 6 - Augustine; 1982, n.d.
119 14 Part II Chapter 7; 1982-1983, n.d.
120 1 [Chapter 7]; n.d.
120 2 Chapter 8 - Watergate + resurrection; n.d.
120 3 Chapter 9 - Inerrancy; n.d.
120 4 Mickey Cohen; 1982-1983, n.d.
120 5 Ch 11 Change of Mind; 1983, n.d.
120 6 Chapter 12 - Part III Nature of Man/Sin + depravity; n.d.
120 7 Remember Me/ Jesus and the Cross - Chapter 13; n.d.
120 8 Chapter 14 - Grace; n.d.
120 9 Be Holy for I am Holy; n.d.
120 10 Ch 17/Bill Bontrager; 1983, n.d.
120 11 Chapter 16 - the Everyday Business of Holiness; 1983, n.d.
120 12 Chapter 18 - In the Path of Righteousness; n.d.
120 13 Chapter 19/Contra Mundum; n.d.
120 14 Chapter 20 Holy Nation; n.d.
120 15 [Chapter 20]; n.d.
121 1 Ch 21 - Agape House; 1983
121 2 Church - POW Chapter; n.d.
121 3 Ch 22 The Church on the Front lines; n.d.
121 4 Ch 24 Myrtie Howell Life and death; 1982, n.d.
121 5 Epilogue/Morality Play; 1983, n.d.
121 6 [Notes]; n.d.
{Loving God - Approach [?] #1}
121 7 Chapter One - First Meeting; 1982, n.d.
121 8 Earlier Outlines; 1982, n.d.
121 9 Loose materials; 1982, n.d.
121 10 Re-write, 6/30/82; 1982
121 11 Santilli draft; n.d.
121 12 Second draft - First 8 chapters; 1982, n.d.
122 1 Background drafts; 1983, n.d.
122 2 Background material, former drafts; 1982; n.d.
122 3 Rough Drafts; 1979-1983
123 1 Clean Drafts; n.d.
123 2 Art Lindsley's partial copy, draft #3; 1983
123 3 Most recent draft, draft #3; n.d.
Draft #3
123 4 1983
145 14 n.d.
123 5 unmarked copy; n.d.
124 1 Chuck's copy, draft 3; 1983
124 2 {Loving God - revised}
124 3 Book to do; 1983
124 4 Loose materials; 1983; n.d.
125 1 Final Manuscript Draft; n.d.
Kingdoms in Conflict
125 2 Articles - Backup/cities; 1985-1987
125 3 Book Correspondence; 1987
125 4 Book Material; 1986
125 5 Book Outlines; 1986
125 6 Coffin & Henry Comments; 1987
145 3 Copyrights, Permissions; 1979
146 2 Correspondence; 1987
125 7 Final Notes and Bibliography; 1980, 1987
125 8 Footnote material; 1987
126 1 Guinn, Martin; 1984-1986
126 2 Guinn Case; 1985-1987
126 3 Quotes; 1985-1987
146 3 Research Materials; 1978-1984
146 4 Research Materials; 1981-1987
126 4 Resource materials; 1982-1987; n.d.
126 5 Supporting Papers, Chap. 12; 1985-1986
KIC Chapter
126 6 Prologue; 1987-1988
126 7 1; 1987, n.d.
126 8 2; n.d.
127 1 3; n.d.
127 2 4
127 3 5; 1986, n.d.
127 4 6; 1986, n.d.
127 5 6; 1986
127 6 7
127 7 8
127 8 9
127 9 10
127 10 11
127 11 12
128 1 13
128 2 13; 1982; n.d.
128 3 14
128 4 15
128 5 16
128 6 17
128 7 18
129 1 19
129 2 20; 1987, n.d.
129 3 21
129 4 22
129 5 23; 1987; n.d.
129 6 24
129 7 25
130 1 Epilogue - Dedication, Notes, Acknowledgments; 1987; n.d.
130 2 Prologue; 1987
130 3 Chapter 1: Intro; 1987
130 4 Hemingway - Chapter 2; n.d.
130 5 Jerry Levin - Chapter 3; 1986-1986
130 6 Faith and its evidence - 4; 1987
130 7 Neither Ape Nor Angel - 5; 1987
130 8 The Kingdom at Hand - 6; 1987, n.d.
130 9 The Politics of the Kingdom - 7; 1987, n.d.
130 10 The Cross and the Crown - 9; 1987
130 11 Chapter 9 - Collapse of the Kingdoms: Europe, 1930-1940; 1986
130 12 WWII Germany - 10; 1987
130 13 Chapter 10 - Vacuum in the Post WWII World; 1986
131 1 Chapter 11- Death of kingdoms in the East; 1986
131 2 Post WWII Vacuum - 12; 1987, n.d.
131 3 Chapter 12; 1986
131 4 Conflict in East - 12; 1986
131 5 Chapter 13 - Recapturing a transcendent Basis for Society;
131 6 Conflict in the West - 14; 1985-1986
131 7 14; n.d.
132 1 Absence of Kingdom - 15; 1987; n.d.
132 2 Benefits of Kingdom - 16; 1987; n.d.
132 3 Christian Duty - 17; 1987; n.d.
132 4 Little Platoons - 18; n.d.
132 5 18; 1985-1987; n.d.
132 6 Power - 19; 1987, n.d.
132 7 Christians in Politics - 20; 1986-1987; n.d.
132 8 Civil Disobedience; 1986
132 9 Revolution; 1987
132 10 Perils of Politics - 22; n.d.
132 11 Philippines; 1986-1987
132 12 Political illusions - 24; n.d.
132 13 Prologue; 1987-1988
133 1 Chapter 1; 1986-1987
133 2 Chapter 2; 1986-1987
133 3 Chapter 4; 1986-1987
133 4 Chapter 6A; 1986
133 5 Chapter 6B; 1986-1987
133 6 Chapter 7; 1987; n.d.
133 7 Chapter 8; 1986; n.d.
133 8 Chapter 9; 1986
133 9 Chapter 11; 1986
133 10 Chapter 12; 1986-1987
134 1 Chapter 13; 1986-1987, n.d.
134 2 Chapter 14; 1987, n.d.
134 3 Chapter 15; 1987, n.d.
134 4 Chapter 17; 1987; n.d.
134 5 Chapter 18; 1986
134 6 Chapter 20 Civil Disobedience; 1986
134 7 Draft 4, part I; 1987; n.d.
135 1 Draft 4, Part II; 1987; n.d.
Galleys; 1987
135 2 1987
135 3 1987
Against the Night/Living in the New Dark Age
136 1 Allies for Faith and Renewal Lecture Series; 1988
136 2 Criminal Justice book;
136 3 Servant intro/quotes; 1988-1989, n.d.
Drafts
136 4 N.d.
136 5 N.d.
136 6 1988, n.d.
136 7 1989
137 1 N.d.
137 2 N.d.
137 3 1988, n.d.
138 1 N.d.
140 1 Born Again Letters; 1981-1985
Reader Response Correspondence
Life Sentence
140 2 A-B; 1979-1984
140 3 C-D; 1980-1984
140 4 E-G; 1979-1984
140 5 H-K; 1979-1983
140 6 L-M; 1979-1983
141 1 N-R; 1979-1984
141 2 S; 1979-1983
141 3 T-V; 1979-1984
141 4 W-Z; 1980-1982
Loving God
141 5 Letters; 1983-1984
141 6 1983-1985
Articles and Editorials
147 1 Articles; 1980-1987
147 2 Art V. Individual; n.d.
139 2 Asbury College Ambassador Summer 1989
147 3 Celebrityism; 1985
139 3 Christian Reader July/ August 1989
147 4 If Christianity is True; 1985-1986
139 4 Christianity Today; 1985, 1987
147 5 CT Article; n.d.
138 2 CT Editorials; 1986-1987
147 6 Column Ideas; n.d.
139 5 Contact August 1989
139 6 Corrections Today July 1989
147 7 Editorial Drafts; 1981-1982
147 8 Eternity Article; 1977
139 7 Eternity; 1987
139 8 Faith/International Bible Society March 1989 9Good News January/February 1985
139 10 Herald of Holiness April 1989
139 11 John M. Perkins Foundation for Reconciliation and Development; n.d.
139 12 Journal of Christian Nursing Summer 1988
138 4 Jubilee Editorials; 1986-1988
147 9 Judgement on America / CT; n.d.
139 13 The Lutheran Ambassador August 4, 1989
147 10 Moody Monthly; 1981-1982
147 11 Nairobi - PF & PFI Edits; 1986
139 14 The News/Bibles for the World Winter 1989
139 15 New Wine November 1986
147 12 Newsweek Magazine, My Turn, "A New Awakening", by Colson; 1976
139 16 The Noel News; 1988
139 17 One of A Kind/Bible Crossroad 1980
The Pentecostal Messenger
139 18 September 1988
139 19 November 1988
139 20 Possibilities March/April 1984
139 21 Reader's Digest April 1986
Signs of the Times
139 22 April 1989
139 23 August 1989
139 24 Sojourners; 1979
139 25 State Government, The Journal of March/April 1989
147 14 Terrorism;1983-1985
139 26 Touchstone (CWC at Allies of Faith Conference) Spring 1988
139 27 World March 25, 1989
139 28 World Vision; 1988
139 29 Worldwide Challenge; 1988
138 3 Donor Appeals (drafts); 1986-1987
138 5 Introduction PF; 1979-1982
139 1 Lectures- CWC Drafts; 1988
147 13 Prison Reform -White Paper; 1975-1980
Radio Scripts
148 1 Series 1 through 4; 1979
148 2 Series 5; 1979
148 3 Series 6 & 7; 1979
148 4 Misc.1979-1980
148 5 1981-1983
Reader Response Correspondence
Is There A Better Way letters
142 1 A-I; 1981-1983
142 2 J-Q; 1981-1983
142 3 R-Z; 1981-1983
Speeches
148 6 Speech Notes; 1974-1984
149 1 Christian Leadership Breakfast - Owosso, MI; 1974
149 2 Los Angeles Mayor's Prayer Breakfast; 1975
149 3 Lorton, National Correctional Prayer Breakfast; 1975
149 4 Congressional Record - Annual Prayer Breakfast; 1975
149 5 Southern Baptist Convention; 1975
149 6 BGEA Detroit Crusade; 1976
149 7 Chicago Retreat; 1976
149 8 Evangelical Christian Publishing Association; 1976
149 9 Harrisburg Speech Draft; 1976
149 10 Trip to Lincoln, Nebraska; 1976
149 11 National Prayer Breakfast - Washington, D.C.; 1976
149 12 Seattle Speech; 1976
149 13 Speech Notes; 1976
149 14 Christian Booksellers Association Speech; 1977
149 15 Memphis; 1977
149 16 National Association of Evangelicals, Chicago; 1977
149 17 National Prayer Breakfast; 1977
149 18 Nashville - Christian Life Commission; 1978
149 19 Gordon Commencement; 1978
149 20 Texas State Bar Speech; 1978
149 21 London Lectures on Contemporary Christianity; 1978
150 1 Southern Baptist Convention; 1979
150 2 Chicago Evening Club; 1980
150 3 Christian Life Conference; 1980
150 4 Trip to Ireland; 1980
150 5 Trip to New Zealand and Australia; 1980
150 6 Visit to Purdy Women's Prison; 1980
150 7 BGEA Baltimore Crusade; 1981
150 8 Eglin Prison; 1981
150 9 Trip to Japan; 1981
150 10 Suwon Prison, Korea; 1981
151 1 Covenant College Commencement; 1982
151 2 Wheaton College Commencement; 1982
151 3 Christian Bookseller's Association; 1983
151 4 Christopher Closeup; 1983
151 5 Columbia Revival Series; 1983
151 6 Eastern College Commencement; 1983
151 7 Houghton College Commencement; 1983
151 8 Moody Bible Institute; 1983
151 9 Evangelical Press Association; 1984
152 1 Lead Us Not Into Temptation, Knox Presbyterian; 1984
152 2 Mt. Hermon Pastor's Conference; 1984
152 3 Praise Gathering; 1984
152 4 Dallas Christian Schools Speech; 1985
152 5 PF's DeMoss Building Groundbreaking; 1985
152 6 Harvard; 1985
152 7 North American Baptist Conference; 1985
152 8 People's Church of Toronto; 1985
152 9 Taylor University Commencement; 1985
152 10 Christian Booksellers Association Speech; 1986
152 11 Nairobi; 1986
152 12 CBS (Sunday Morning television program);1985-1986
Congress of the Bible II; 1987
152 13 1986
152 14 January-August; 1987
152 15 September-November; 1987
153 1 Briefing Notebook; 1987
153 2 Trip to Far East; 1988
147 15 Testimony Before the Judiciary Committee; 1982
Series IV: Ellen Santilli Vaughn Files
153 3 Abortion Clinic Bombings; 1986
153 4 Agenda; 1985
153 5 Rev. Ralph Allen "Sparrow's Song"; 1982
153 6 Annual Report; 1987
153 7 Roger Arienda - Forward; 1982
153 8 Art Above Human Dignity; 1985
153 9 CT / Int'l - Bandanas & Pope Symbols; 1984-1985
153 10 June Jubilee& Barbarians in Gov't; 1988
153 11 Barbarians in the Pews; n.d.
153 12 Jean-Marc Berthoud; 1987
153 13 Bitburg: Int'l Edit; 1985
153 14 Budget Morality - CT; 1985
153 15 Building Editorial; 1985
153 16 Catherine Meeks, Christian Herald; 1984-1987
154 1 Causes of Crime, Baliles Mayers; n.d.
154 2 Colson CBN commentaries; n.d.
154 3 Celeb AID Vicarious Compassion; 1986
154 4 Celebrity; 1985
154 5 Celier Synopsis; 1982
154 6 Jubilee Edit, Charles and Di; 1986
154 7 International Edit, Christ is Lord; 1985
154 8 The Christian Mind, If Christianity is True, Then...; 1986
154 9 Jubilee Edit, Christian Patriotism; 1986
154 10 Int'l Edit, Church in the World; n.d.
154 11 June Jubilee Cover Story - CWC Christmas; 1986
154 12 Consequential Morality
154 13 David C. Cook - Older Kids Material; 1985
154 14 CWC Correspondence; 1988
154 15 October Jubilee- Criminal Justice; 1988
154 16 January Jubilee- TV editorial/cover; 1985
154 17 Father Curran: Jubilee Edit; 1986
154 18 Dave & Me: Budget; 1985
155 1 Donor Appeals; 1988, n.d.
155 2 Easter Article CT; n.d.
155 3 Easter Jubilee Column; 1986
155 4 Debbie - Euthanasia - CT; 1988
155 5 April CT - Fading Evangelical Star; 1988
155 6 PFI Editorial - Fellowship of Suffering; 1986
155 7 Florida Prison Crisis Letter; 1988
155 8 Jane Fonda; 1988
155 9 Founders Associates; 1988
155 10 Georgetown University Edit - CT; 1988
155 11 PFI Editorial - God's Still Small Voice; 1986
155 12 God's Kingdom, Man's Kingdom - October Jubilee Edit & Cover Story; 1986
155 13 Good News, Bad News - CT; 1986
155 14 Hard Times = Moral Resurgence; 1983
155 15 Paul Harvey Material; 1988
155 16 CT Article - Bob Hendricks; 1985
155 17 Heroes - December Jubilee Editorial; 1985
156 1 Trevor - Homeless; 1986
156 2 December Jubilee; 1985
156 3 January Jubilee; 1986
156 4 February Jubilee; 1986
156 5 Jubilee International; 1981-1985
156 6 Justice Report; 1986-1988
156 7 CWC Int'l Edit - Kingdoms in Conflict; 1985
156 8 Kingdoms in Conflict - Study Guide; 1985
156 9 Gordon Liddy - CT; 1988
156 10 August Jubilee- Little Platoons; 1986
156 11 Meese V. Brennan; 1983-1986
156 12 Mickey Mouse and Nien Cheng; 1987
156 13 Moody Monthly Article; 1984-1985, n.d.
157 1 Moon and Guinn; 1986
157 2 Monthly Reports; 1985
157 3 April Editorial - Moral AIDS; 1985
157 4 Nav. Press Preface - Pol Action; 1988
157 5 New Covenant Repentance; 1988
157 6 Ordinary People - October Jubilee Edit; 1986
157 7 Our God Reigns - International Edit; 1985
157 8 Pat Robertson Column - CT; 1986
157 9 John Perkins Critique, etc. - With Justice For All; 1978-1981
157 10 Pert Charts 1979-1980
157 11 Prison Fellowship International; 1987-1988
157 12 PFI Editorials - 1986
157 13 PFI Editorial; n.d.
157 14 PFI Editorial; 1988
157 15 PFI Summer Editorial; n.d.
157 16 CT Emergency Column - Prisons & Punishment; 1986
157 17 Prisons or Punishment?; 1985
158 1 Punishment - Part I; 1985
158 2 Prisons and Punishment - Part III; 1985
158 3 PRL & Prosperity Gospel Orthodoxy; 1987
158 4 Right to Lie - November Jubilee; 1985
158 5 PFI Edit - Reflecting the Incarnation; 1988
158 6 June Jubilee Editorial Draft - Resurrection Evidence; 1982
158 7 Schedule, Miscellaneous Agenda; 1986
158 8 Selective Prosecution; 1989
158 9 Sexist Language; 1988
158 10 CT - Sept - Sodomy; n.d.
158 11 Spies; 1985
158 12 R.C. Sproul Notes and Book Forward;1982
158 13 Spy Scandals; 1985
158 14 February Edit - Subway Vigilante, Abortion Clinic Bombings; 1985
159 1 Telling All - For a Price; 1986
159 2 International Editorial - Ten Years Since; 1984
159 3 Terrorism - CT; 1985
159 4 Trash and Prisoners - September Jubilee; 1986
159 5 The Trivialization of Sin - November Edit; 1982
159 6 Ellen Santilli Vaughn; 1985
159 7 Veneration of Life Edit; 1985
159 8 Vision Letter; 1988
159 9 Watergate Revisited; 1984
159 10 DC Grads - December Jubilee Cover; 1985
159 11 PFI Jubilee Edit - Well-Doing; 1985
159 12 Pat Williams Manuscript; 1983
159 13 What the Bible Means to you; 1988
159 14 August Jubilee- What Have We To Do?; 1988
159 15 August Jubilee- What Then?; 1988
159 16 Larry Yarrington; 1988
159 17 Youth For Christ Book; 1986
159 18 CWC Yuppies CT Article; 1984-1985




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