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Vice President Papers / Nixon #468585

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 09, 1973
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(Studio) Question of Vice President papers donated by Nixon to government remains touchy subject.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(DC) Till July, 1969, President could donate political papers and claim large tax deductions. Questions raised by Nixon's Vice President papers' donation outlined. Details and explanations reviewed. [Common Cause lawyer Ira TANNENBAUM - believes President didn't make Vice President papers formal gift to archives without deed of gift.] White House insists mere delivery of papers constitutes gift even without deed of gift. Arthur Sampson, head of gifts to archive, says IRS (Internal Revenue Service) never questioned him with regard to Vice President papers.

(Studio) White House spokesperson states further information to be released by President on ITT case and campaign contribution from milk producers.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

Duke, Paul;
Kalber, Floyd

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