The Miller Institute at the University of Virginia provides in-depth information on each president as well as access to oral histories, presidential speeches, and transcriptions of secret White House tapes from Roosevelt to Nixon.
Provides access to detailed archival collection descriptions. It includes descriptions of archival collections held by thousands of libraries, museums, historical societies and archives worldwide,
including the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the American Museum of the Moving Image, the British Film Institute, the Museum of Modern Art Department of Film, Northeast Historic Film, and many more.
Primary source materials from the 1970s include: Federal Surveillance of African Americans, 1920-1984 and America in Protest: Records of Anti-Vietnam War Organizations, The Vietnam Veterans Against the War
Mountain People: Life and culture in Appalachia; America in Protest: Record of Anti-Vietnam War organizations, We Were Prepared for the possibility of Death: Freedom Riders in the South, 1961, American Relocation Camp Newspapers, Correspondence from German Concentration Camps and Prisons, 1936-1945, Jewish Underground Resistance, Fight for Racial Justice and the Civil Rights Congress, Holocaust and Record of Concentration Camp Trials, Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin: Beyond the Daughters of Bilitis, Phyllis Lyon, Del Martin and the Daughters of Bilitis and more...
Former President Richard M. Nixon was "questioned over the period of two days, June 23 and June 24, 1975, and the testimony was taken as part of various investigations being conducted by the January 7, 1974, Grand Jury for the District of Columbia (the 3rd Watergate Grand Jury)."