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Nixon Farewell #834526

ABC Special for Friday, Aug 09, 1974

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  • Live ABC coverage of President Richard Nixon's resignation and departure from the White House, with an introduction to Gerald Ford, reported by Howard K. Smith, Virginia Sherwood, Tom Jarrell, Harry Reasoner, Stephen Geer, Bill Zimmerman, Bob Young, Ann Medina and Bob Clark.
  • Live interview with Charles Percy.
  • Taped interviews with Tom Ford, Philip Buchen, Betty Ford, Don Herman, Jim Ford, Mike Mansfield, Hugh Scott, George Meany and unidentified others.
  • Taped statements by Gerald Ford.
  • Replay of Richard Nixon's farewell speech (begun).
  • Picture errors throughout due to early taping method.
  • Reporter(s):
    Sherwood, Virginia;
    Jarrell, Tom;
    Geer, Stephen;
    Zimmerman, Bill;
    Medina, Ann;
    Clark, Bob

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