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60 Minutes Program Files [series]

The Program Files series is the largest in the collection and dates from 1968 (when 60 Minutes premiered) to 2007 and is arranged by television schedule years (beginning in September). The content of the Program Files has changed over time and this accounts for some of the subseries that were developed with the passage of time. For the first few years, these files consisted only of the transcripts of the program as aired. Whatever background information was collected or if any post-program material was received, these were usually filed with the collection's General Files (described below). Beginning around 1975, the Program Files began to include, in addition to the broadcast transcript, all of the materials (clippings, articles, producer memoranda, viewer suggestions, transcripts of interviews with participants, etc.) accumulated in connection with the background preparation for any given story. Responses to stories, such as update information, viewer correspondence, and newspaper articles, were also now included in the individual program file. This post-program materials would remain with Program Files until the 1986/87 season when it was transferred again to the General Files.

An important subseries of the Program Files consists of story ideas in various stages of development that were dropped or never aired for whatever reason. Initially, this subseries was designated as "Dead Story" materials and covered the period from 1981 to 1990. Included were clippings, correspondence, and memoranda from producers and others with suggestions for possible program segments. Prior to 1981, story suggestion files were usually maintained as part of the General Files series. Around 1990, the content of the Program Files series again changed and thus was created a subseries of background materials for stories both aired and proposed. Because there is often overlap between the program file and the background file for a given story in the 1990s, the researcher is encouraged to consult both.

Concluding the Program Files is a set of binders containing copies of transcripts for 60 Minutes and other Mike Wallace programs such as CBS Reports and his Biography program. This portion of the collection only covers the period up to 1990.

 
Season I,  September 1968-July 1969 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
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"Nixon"; "Humphrey" (Hubert Humphrey); "Cops" (Attorney General Ramsey Clark),  September 24, 1968
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"Gas Warfare"; "Nixon,"  October 8, 1968
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"Germ Warfare"; "Wallace" (George Wallace),  October 22, 1968
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"Nixon"; "DeGaulle" (Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber, publisher ofL'Express ),  November 12, 1968
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"Muskie" (Edmund Muskie),  November 26, 1968
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"Prison Assaults" (investigation of sexual assaults in Philadelphia prison system, and interview with Arlen Specter); "International Money Game" (international monetary crisis),  December 10, 1968
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"Martin Luther King's Family at Christmas"; "Illiteracy" (Adult illiteracy),  December 24, 1968
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"Spiro Agnew,"  January 7, 1969
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"Middle East Crisis,"  January 21, 1969
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"Airplane Hijacking"; "Homicide,"  February 4, 1969
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"The Welfare Mess, Country-Style" (Mississippi County, Arkansas); "Daniel Cohn-Bendit" (French student revolutionary),  February 18, 1969
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"Carnegie Hall for the Hip" (Rock concert hall Fillmore East and producer Bill Graham); "Analysis of Nixon Press Conference" (Bill Moyers, Emmet Hughes, Michel de St. Pol),  March 4, 1969
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"Welfare in the City" (Baltimore, Maryland); "John Mitchell" (Attorney General),  March 18, 1969
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"Tora, Tora, Tora" (controversy over Hollywood movie about Pearl Harbor filmed with US Navy help); "American Draft Resisters Living in Canada,"  May 13, 1969
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"Nigeria and Biafra"; "German Measles Vaccine,"  June 10, 1969
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"American Detention Camps" (1950 McCarran Detention Camp Law),  June 24, 1969
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"Highlights I,"  July 8, 1969
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"Highlights II,"  July 22, 1969
 
Season II,  September 1969-September 1970 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
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"You're Getting Rich on My Land" (Alaska, oil, and Native Alaskans); "Military Punishment" (Marine Corps Camp Pendleton sweatboxes and the case of Stanley Luzcko),  September 16, 1969
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"Rehabilitation of Vietnam Amputees,"  September 30, 1969
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"The Brig at Camp Pendleton"; "McCarthy's Views on Vietnam" (Eugene McCarthy),  October 14, 1969
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"Interview with Bishop Fulton J. Sheen,"  October 28, 1969
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"Draft Lawyers" (legal draft avoidance); "Ireland"; "Zebra: Black Advertising Agency,"  November 11, 1969
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"Examination of Vice-President Agnew's criticism of television news,"  November 25, 1969
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"Judge Clement F. Haynsworth" (rejected Nixon nominee to Supreme Court),  December 9, 1969
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"Suicide and its Prevention"; "The Mott Millionaire" (Stewart Mott),  December 16, 1969
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"Eldridge Cleaver and the Black Panther Party,"  January 6, 1970
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"Law enforcement in Washington, DC,"  January 20, 1970
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"Revolution in the Movies" (young moviegoers),  February 3, 1970
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"Gun Control" (Federal Gun Control filmWhat It's All About ),  February 17, 1970
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"The Four Billion Dollar Torpedo" (M-48 Torpedo),  March 3, 1970
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"Auto Bumpers,"  March 24, 1970
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"Cairo" (examination of Egypt and the Middle East War),  March 31, 1970
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"We're Drowning in Garbage,"  April 14, 1970
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"Who is Bernie Cornfeld?" (financial wizard); "Bill of Rights interviews (Senator Barry Goldwater, Yale Law Professor Alexander Bickel, Trial lawyer Edward Bennett Williams),  April 28, 1970
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"Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Walter Hickel"; "Attorney General and Mrs. John Mitchell (John and Martha Mitchell),  May 12, 1970 (no transcript; see repeat, 5/20/73)
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"Tricia Nixon's Tour of the White House"; "My Lai" (Frank McGee and Seymour Hersh debate),  May 26, 1970
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"A Cry for Help" (child abuse); "B-1 Bomber,"  June 9, 1970
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"Vietnam Coming and Going,"  June 16, 1970
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"Highlights I,"  August 18, 1970
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"Highlights II,"  September 1, 1970
 
Season III,  September 1970-June 1971 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
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"If Cable TV Comes to Your House,"  September 15, 1970
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"Profile of William F. Buckley"; "Cuba" (speech by Fidel Castro),  September 29, 1970
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"Profile of Dr. Henry Kissinger,"  October 13, 1970
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"China's Bomb" (nuclear development in China),  October 27, 1970
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"Servan-Schreiber on DeGaulle" (Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber, publisher ofL'Express ); "Marijuana Harvest in Kansas,"  November 10, 1970
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"Interview with Walter Hickel" (Secretary of the Interior); "Aaron Copeland at 70,"  November 24, 1970
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"Black and White Army" (Racial tension and violence in the US military in Germany); "Interview with Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau,"  December 8, 1970
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"Dangerous Toys" (unsafe children's toys); "James J. Kilpatrick"; "Renaissance" (Drug rehabilitation program in Westport, Connecticut),  December 22, 1970
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"A National Scandal" (Federal Housing Authority); "Jews Behind the Iron Curtain" (Bucharest, Romania),  January 5, 1971
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"Notes from the Underground" (underground newspapers); Nicholas Von Hoffman's critique of "Notes from the Underground,"  January 19, 1971
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"Early Spiro Agnew,"  February 2, 1971
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"A National Scandal" (FHA in Spokane, Washington); "Profile of Ron Lyle" (heavyweight boxer),  March 2, 1971
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"How to Succeed in the PX Business Without Really Trying" (William Crum, military retail post exchange system),  March 16, 1971
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"Report on the Tobacco Industry,"  March 30, 1971
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"Moshe Dayan" (Israeli Defense Minister); "Golda Meir" (Israeli Prime Minister); "Aharon Yariv" (Israeli Army General); "The Bottle Generation" (alcoholism on the job),  April 13, 1971
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"Can You Avoid a Heart Attack?"  April 27, 1971
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"Tour of the Lyndon B. Johnson Library"; "Mark-48 Torpedo--Update" (M-48),  May 11, 1971
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"Tankers and Tycoons" (report on the oil tanker business in the Middle East); "Interview with Eugene McCarthy,"  May 25, 1971
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"Pension Plans"; "Highlights,"  June 8, 1971
 
Season IV,  September 1971-June 1972 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
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"South Vietnamese Elections" (interviews with Vice President Ky and General Duong Van Minh); "Business Conventions,"  September 19, 1971
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"Lost Property" (the inconsistency of property tax),  September 26, 1971
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"Nippon Steel" (Japanese and US steel industries compared); "Cry Baby" (diagnosis of infant ailments through voice print analysis); "American emigrants in London,"  October 11, 1971
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"Cosmetic Surgery"; "Nixon's Supreme Court Nominees,"  October 21, 1971
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"New Towns" (Sweden),  October 31, 1971
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"Prostitution"; "Go Fight City Hall" (Berkeley, California); "Election Results" (mayoral elections in Boston, Philadelphia, and Cleveland, and Mississippi gubernatorial election),  November 2, 1971
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"Not to My Kid, You Don't" (Congressional children and busing in Washington, DC); "See It Now " (twentieth anniversary of first broadcast),  November 14, 1971
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"Earthquake" (San Francisco, California),  November 25, 1971
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"John Connally and the GOP."; "Reverend Hosea Williams" (SCLC leader's visits to China and meetings with Chou En-lai),  November 28, 1971
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"Amnesty, Who Wants It?" (Vietnam draft resisters and deserters),  December 12, 1971
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"POW Wives" (The Bombing and the POWs); "Cotton Bowl: A Footnote" (Cotton Bowl stadium evictees in Dallas, Texas),  January 2, 1972
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"The Berrigan Case" (Fathers Philip and Daniel Berrigan, the Harrisburg Eight, and the Anti-war movement); "Japanese Americans,"  January 9, 1972
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"Clifford Irving" (Howard Hughes biography); "Can Anybody Beat Muskie?" (Democratic contenders in  1972 elections),  January 16, 1972
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"100,000 Deserters" (Vietnam),  January 23, 1972
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"Credit Card Thievery,"  January 30, 1972
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"Clifford Irving" (Elmer de Hory film; Howard Hughes biography hoax),  February 6, 1972
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"Tour of Air Force One"; "Meany v. Nixon" (Interview with George Meany, AFL-CIO President),  February 13, 1972
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"Interview with Georgi Arbatov" (Gyorgyi Arbatov of Moscow's USA Institute, on Nixon in China); "Qaddafi" (El-Qaddafi, ruler of Libya),  February 27, 1972
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"Italian Repatriates,"  March 5, 1972
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"An Enemy of the People" (whistleblower Henry Durham and the Lockheed C-5A); "Jack Anderson,"  March 12, 1972
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"Vietnam Amputees-Update"; "Clifford Irving, Actor of the Year" (Howard Hughes biography hoax),  March 19, 1972
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"Meany and the President" (George Meany, AFL-CIO President, and conflict with President Nixon),  March 26, 1972
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"Dita Beard" (ITT and Chilean government scandal); "Death with Dignity" (euthanasia),  April 2, 1972
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"The Unrealized Promise of Safe Streets" (L.E.A.A., Federal agency giving money to local law enforcement to fight crime); "Bobby Fischer" (US chess champion),  April 9, 1972
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"The Great Train Robberies,"  April 16, 1972
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"Madame Nguyen Thi Binh" (Foreign Minister of the Viet Cong); "Jean-Claude Duvalier" (Baby Doc, Haiti's New President),  April 23, 1972
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"Company Town" (St. Mary's, Georgia mill town, and rape),  May 7, 1972
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"Abortion"; "The George Wallace Phenomenon" (Presidential campaign),  May 14, 1972
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"Family Crisis Intervention Unit,"  May 21, 1972
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Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace reads headlines and mail),  June 11, 1972
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"When You Wish Upon a Star" (Impact of Disney World on Orange County, Florida),  June 18, 1972
 
Season V,  October 1972-September 1973 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
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"Papadopoulos and the USA" (Alliance between Greece's military dictatorship and the US),  October 1, 1972
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"MGM-Death of the Backlot"; "Kissinger,"  November 26, 1972
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The Heroin Route into the US from Turkey through France (no title),  December 10, 1972
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"...Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses..." (Illegal aliens and the INS Border Patrol),  December 24, 1972
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"A Place in the Sun" (US Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba); "Water, Water Everywhere" (long show, West Coast only; no transcript; see show, 1/14/73),  December 31, 1972
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"Welfare for the Rich" (tax shelters),  January 7, 1973
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"Heads They Win, Tails You Lose!" (Paradise Island Casino in the Bahamas); "Water, Water Everywhere" (water rights in California),  January 14, 1973
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"Good-by [sic], Saigon" (self-exiled South Vietnamese); "Vietnam: Whose War?" repeat (interview with LBJ, original air date: May 11, 1971),  January 28, 1973
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"The Selling of Col. Herbert" (Lt. Col. Anthony Herbert and the Vietnam War),  February 4, 1973 [Closed until December 1, 2030]
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"Coming Home" (Vietnam POW wives); "All-American Family" (Synar family of Muskogee, Oklahoma),  February 11, 1973
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"Fountain of Youth?" (Gerovital); "What Happened to Ron Lyle" (heavyweight boxer),  February 18, 1973
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"The Eagleton Syndrome" (depression); "Geisha" (geisha today),  February 25, 1973
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"Trident: Do We Need It?" (US Navy's nuclear submarine development program); "Hollywood Speak With Forked Tongue" (Hollywood's depiction of Native Americans),  March 4, 1973
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"Is This Any Way to Run a Railroad?" (the future of Amtrak); "Mardi Gras: The British View,"  March 11, 1973
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"Vox Pop" (Governor Nelson Rockefeller at town meetings); "The Gypsies" (Gypsies in Romania),  March 18, 1973
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"What About Public Television?,"  March 25, 1973
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"Captain Walter Wilber, USN" (anti-war former Vietnam POW); "Welfare for the Rich?" Part II (Ross Perot, Wilbur Mills, Stewart Mott),  April 1, 1973
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"Tom Benton is 84" (Thomas Hart Benton, American painter),  April 8, 1973
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"Conversation with a Dead Guerrilla" (PLO spokesman Kamal Nasser, filmed three days before his assassination),  April 15, 1973
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"Paris Was Yesterday" (Paris in the  1920s and New Yorker journalist Janet Flanner, a.k.a. Genet); "Acupuncture" (in China),  April 22, 1973
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"The Short, Unhappy Life of Rover" (pet population explosion in the US); "Hitler Was Here?" (interest in Hitler),  April 29, 1973
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"Can Cancer Be Prevented?"  May 6, 1973
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"John and Martha" repeat (original air date: May 12, 1970); "Palestine: A Nation in Exile" (the Black September movement),  May 20, 1973
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The Heroin Route into the US from Turkey through France repeat (original air date: December 10, 1972),  May 27, 1973
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"Where There's a Will" (the high cost of probate court); "Tankers and Tycoons" repeat (original air date: May 28, 1971),  June 3, 1973
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"Brotherhood of the Spirit" (Western Massachusetts commune); "Welfare for the Rich" repeat (original air date: January 7, 1973),  June 10, 1973
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"John Ehrlichman,"  June 29, 1973
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"Not So Special Delivery" (United States Postal Service),  July 6, 1973
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"Monroe, Mailer, and the Fast Buck" (Norman Mailer's book on Marilyn Monroe); "What Makes Bobby Run?" (Bobby Riggs and Billie Jean King),  July 13, 1973
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"Retirement, Military Style,"  July 20, 1973
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"A Do-It-Yourself A-Bomb"; "The Family Jewels" (Christies auction in Geneva, Switzerland),  August 10, 1973
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"Drop-Out Wife" (Wanda Adams of Seattle, who left her husband and children and joined the counter culture); "Tennis, Everyone?" (the growth in popularity in the game),  August 17, 1973
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"The Empress" (profile of Farah Pahlevi, Empress of Iran),  August 24, 1973
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"Psychic World" (parapsychology); "DWI" (Driving While Intoxicated in Florida),  August 31, 1973
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"To Hong Kong and Back" (jet lag and commercial pilots),  September 7, 1973
 
Season VI,  January 1974-September 1974 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
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"The Propaganda War" (Arab and Israeli lobbyists in the US); "Winning" (youth football league),  January 6, 1974
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"Press Junkets,"  January 20, 1974
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"Egil Krogh" (White House 'plumber': break in to The Pentagon Papers' Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office); "They Call it...The Tombs" (Manhattan detention center),  January 27, 1974
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"Callas" (profile of Maria Callas); "Sterilization" (mandatory sterilization for men and women on welfare who already have kids),  February 3, 1974
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"Scoop" (Henry "Scoop" Jackson); "Bigger is Better" (a study of the effect of the lack of planning on the Tampa Bay area of Florida),  February 10, 1974
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"Hollywood on the Potomac" (government-made films),  February 17, 1974
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"Oil and the Shah of Iran," "A British Election" (profile of a low-key, small-money British election),  February 24, 1974
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"Smoking '74" (a look at cigarettes three years after the ban on television advertising),  March 3, 1974
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"The Rating War" (local news competition); "Oil and the Shah of Iran" (continued from February 24, 1974),  March 10, 1974
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"Less Than Honorable" (dishonorable discharges' effect on later life); "Production-Line Paganinis" (the Suzuki method of training musicians),  March 24, 1974
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"Laetrile: Cure or Quackery?" (controversial cancer drug),  March 31, 1974
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"More Than a Touch of Class" (profile of Glenda Jackson); "Free Speech for Whom" (Stanford professor William Shockley on race and intelligence),  April 7, 1974
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"A Do-It-Yourself A-Bomb" repeat (original air date: August 10, 1973); "'Life' in a Turkish Jail" (Americans in jail for drug convictions); "Matthau and Son" (profile of Walter Matthau and his son Charlie),  April 14, 1974
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"The 'Condo' Craze" (on the pitfalls of buying a condominium),  April 21, 1974
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"The Model Hospital" (Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Miami); "The 'Dirty Tricks' Artist" (interview with Donald Segretti, former White House aide),  April 28, 1974
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"I Am the President" (profile of Nixon impressionist David Frye),  May 5, 1974
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"Three's a Crowd" (married couples who don't want children); "To Hong Kong and Back" repeat (original air date: September 7, 1973),  May 12, 1974
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"Three's a Crowd" update materials, supposedly to air  August 3, 1980
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"The Palestinians,"  May 19, 1974
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"Make Today Count" (Orville Kelly, dying of cancer, founder of MTC support group organization),  June 2, 1974
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"The Oil Kingdom" (profile of Saudi Arabia and King Faisal),  June 9, 1974
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"A Tale of Two Inmates" (inmates Egil Krogh, former White House 'plumber,' and Cornelius Gallagher, New Jersey congressman, in Allenwood Federal Prison),  June 16, 1974
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Pre-empted stories: "Tennis, Everyone?" repeat (original air date: August 17, 1973); "Hawaii,"  June 23, 1974
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"Bugging" (electronic surveillance),  July 7, 1974
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"The Gold Bugs" (buying gold as a hedge against inflation); "This Year at Marienbad" (European spas),  July 14, 1974
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"Go Fight City Hall" (the firing of Roger Stewart, Tampa's environmental chief),  July 21, 1974
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"The President's Right-Hand Man" (interview with Alexander Haig); "Uphill Racer" (profile of Jill Kinmont, quadriplegic former champion skier),  July 28, 1974
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"That (Expletive Deleted)Washington Post,"  August 4, 1974
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"The Nixon Years,"  August 11, 1974
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"The Gun Court" (law and order in Jamaica, site of the toughest gun control laws in a democracy); "The Tiny Giant From the Times" (New York Times architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable),  August 18, 1974
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"Las Vegas by the Sea" (proposal to legalize casino gambling in Atlantic City),  September 1, 1974
 
Season VII,  January 1975-September 1975 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
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"Hawaii, Chinese Style" (success of Chinese Americans in Hawaii); "The Little Country That Worked" (Norway),  January 12, 1975
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"Southie" (trouble in Boston after desegregation); "God's Favorite" (development of the Neil Simon play),  January 19, 1975
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"Harlem" (Swedish film on Harlem, New York); "Mengers' the Name... Hollywood's the Game" (profile of Hollywood talent agent Sue Mengers),  January 26, 1975
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"Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Tank?" (the XM-1, the Army's newest tank); "The Shah of Iran,"  February 2, 1975
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"Private Lives of Public People" (interview with journalists on the propriety of reporting on the private lives of Washington officials),  February 9, 1975
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"Israel's Toughest Enemy" (President Assad, Syria's role in the Middle East, and the conditions for Syrian Jews); "Let 'Em Eat Grass" (grass-versus grain-fed cattle and the worldwide food shortage),  February 16, 1975
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"Malpractice" (New York State's malpractice insurance crisis),  February 23, 1975
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"To Live or Let Die" (babies with birth defects),  March 2, 1975
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"Game Shows" (behind the scenes of television game shows),  March 9, 1975
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"A Piece of the Action" (profile of Louis Kelso and his "Capitalist Manifesto"),  March 16, 1975
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CBS News Special: "Haldeman: The Nixon Years" pre-empted60 Minutes . Part I:  March 23, 1975 and Part II:  March 30, 1975
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"National Health Insurance" (British National Health Plan),  April 6, 1975
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"The Summer of '76" (the US Olympic Committee),  April 13, 1975
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"Death Row"; "Give 'Em Hell, Harry!" (the play starring James Whitmore, attended by President and Mrs. Ford),  April 20, 1975
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"The Women" (sensitivity training and women in the workforce),  April 27, 1975
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"Is This Any Way to Run a Railroad?" update (original air date: March 11, 1973); "Broken Treaty" (the Shoshone Nation and the US government),  May 4, 1975
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"The Bum of the Month" (Ron Lyle, Muhammad Ali, and the heavyweight boxing championship),  May 11, 1975
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"The Gun Court" update (original air date: April 18, 1974); "Thomas Hart Benton" (American painter),  May 25, 1975
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"The New Europeans" (migrant workers in Europe),  June 1, 1975
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"Anatomy of a Hospital Bill" (medical costs); "Israel's Toughest Enemy" update (original air date: February 16, 1975),  June 8, 1975
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"1,000,000 Runaways,"  June 15, 1975
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"This Year at Marienbad" repeat (original air date: July 14, 1974); "A Piece of the Action" repeat (original air date: March 16, 1975),  June 22, 1975 (file includes  1980 letter from Louis Kelso)
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"Highlights,"  June 29, 1975
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"Beverly Sills"; "Snow Job in Florida" (Olympic training facility),  July 6, 1975
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"CIA: Man in the White House?" (Alexander Butterfield); "The Welfare Mess" (Massachusetts),  July 13, 1975
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"Building 213" (spy satellites),  July 20, 1975
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"Gore Vidal"; "Baby for Sale" (adoption),  July 27, 1975
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"Judy" (Judy Garland),  August 3, 1975
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"God Save the Queen" (British monarchy),  August 10, 1975
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"103 Per cent Full" (Alaska oil pipeline); "Henry Miller and Erica Jong" (definitions of pornography in literature),  August 17, 1975
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"It Doesn't Work" (prisoner rehabilitation),  August 24, 1975
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"South Africa's Playground" (Swaziland),  August 31, 1975
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"Sao Paolo,"  September 7, 1975
 
Season VIII,  December 1975-May 1976 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
"Secret Service Agent #9" (Clint Hill),  December 7, 1975
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Background/Post-Show
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Transcript
 
"Mr. Right" (Ronald Reagan),  December 14, 1975
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Background/Post-Show
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Transcript
 
"Getting Rich on Medicaid" (Medicaid payments to doctors),  December 21, 1975
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Background/Post-Show
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Transcript
 
"The Duke of Duval" (political corruption in Duval County, Texas),  January 4, 1976
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Background/Post-Show
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Transcript
 
"Who Beat Up Leon Altamose?" (non-union construction, battle with unions),  January 18, 1976
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Background/Post-Show
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Transcript
 
"A Case of Reasonable Doubt" (Peter Reilly, accused of killing his mother),  January 25, 1976
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Background/Post-Show
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Transcript
 
"Fake I.D." (the ease of assuming a false identity); "The Living Dead" (euthanasia),  February 1, 1976
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"Fake I.D." Background/Post-Show
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"The Living Dead" Background/Post-Show
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Transcript
 
"How Safe is Safe?" (Nuclear power plants, whistleblower Robert D. Pollard and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission),  February 8, 1976
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Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
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Transcript
 
"The Clinic on Morse Avenue" (Medicaid kickback scandal in Chicago),  February 15, 1976 (transcript missing; see  May 30, 1976 and  May 29, 1977 for story updates)
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Background/Post-Show
Box   4  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories, Wallace does Point-Counterpoint),  February 22, 1976
 
"Grief" (grief therapy),  February 29, 1976
Box   4  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   4  
Transcript
 
"National Enquirer,"  March 7, 1976
Box   5  
Background/Post-Show
Box   5  
Transcript
 
"Israel's Toughest Enemy" update (Jewish life in Syria),  March 21, 1976
Box   5  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   5  
Transcript
 
"Communism, Italian Style" (Communism in Bologna, Italy),  March 28, 1976
Box   5  
Background/Post-Show
Box   5  
Transcript
 
"The Kids From Council Bluffs" (local school board in Cedar Rapids, Iowa),  April 4, 1976
Box   5  
Background/Post-Show
Box   5  
Transcript
 
"Norman Lear" (profile),  April 11, 1976
Box   5  
Background/Post-Show
Box   5  
Transcript
 
"Hell Upon Detroit" (Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD): Detroit slumlord),  April 18, 1976
Box   5  
Background/Post-Show
Box   5  
Transcript
 
"Pete the Greek" (interview),  April 25, 1976
Box   5  
Transcript
 
"(The Government) versus the People" (Dunkirk, Ohio' sewer system and the Environmental Protection Agency),  May 2, 1976
Box   5  
Background/Post-Show
Box   5  
Transcript
Box   5  
"Fake I.D." repeat (original air date: February 1, 1976), Transcript,  May 16, 1976
 
"Selling the Olympics" (commercialization of the Montreal Olympic Games),  May 23, 1976
Box   5  
Background/Post-Show
Box   5  
Transcript
Box   5  
"The Clinic on Morse Avenue" update (original air date: February 15, 1976), Transcript,  May 30, 1976
Box   5  
"Beverly Sills" repeat (original air date: July 6, 1975), Transcript,  June 6, 1976
 
"Nasty" (tennis star Ilie Nastase),  June 13, 1976
Box   5  
Background/Post-Show
Box   5  
Transcript
Box   5  
"Communism, Italian Style" repeat (original air date: March 28, 1976), Transcript,  June 20, 1976
Box   5  
"God Save the Queen" repeat (original air date: August 10, 1975), Transcript,  June 27, 1976
Box   5  
"The Duke of Duval" update (original air date: January 4, 1976), Transcript,  August 1, 1976
 
"The Bank Job" (bank robberies in New York),  August 8, 1976
Box   5  
Background/Post-Show
Box   5  
Transcript
Box   5  
"Getting Rich on Medicaid repeat (original air date: December 21, 1975); "National Enquirer " repeat (original air date: March 7, 1976), Transcript,  September 5, 1976
Box   5  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Dan Rather story),  September 12, 1976
 
Season IX,  September 1976-September 1977 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
"Debt Collectors,"  September 19, 1976
Box   5  
Background/Post-Show
Box   5  
Transcript
 
"Dan Schorr" (controversy and resignation from CBS),  September 26, 1976
Box   5  
Background/Post-Show
Box   5  
Transcript
 
"Oriana" (Oriana Fallaci, Italian journalist),  October 3, 1976
Box   6  
Background/Post-Show
Box   6  
Transcript
 
"The Mystery of Alexander Butterfield" (job search of former White House aide who disclosed existence of Nixon's Watergate tapes),  October 10, 1976
Box   6  
Background/Post-Show
Box   6  
Transcript
 
"Interstate Commerce of Kids" (treatment centers for 'hard-to-handle' kids, sent across state lines for institutionalized care; profile of the Montanari Residential Treatment Center in Hialeah, Florida)
Box   6  
Background
Box   6  
Post-Show
Box   6  
Transcript
 
"The Shah of Iran,"  October 24, 1976
Box   6  
Background/Post-Show
Box   W3  
Transcript
 
"Over the Speed Limit" (amphetamine abuse in dieting),  November 7, 1976 [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   6  
Post-Show (Dr. Joseph Greenberg v. CBS, et al)
Box   6  
Transcript
 
"Judgment at Mineola" (deportation case of Nazi war criminal Boleslavs Maikovskis),  November 14, 1976
Box   6  
Background/Post-Show
Box   6  
Transcript
 
"The Castle Bank Caper" (a bank in the Bahamas where Americans launder money and dodge taxes),  November 21, 1976
Box   6  
Background/Post-Show
Box   6  
Transcript
 
"The Invisible Handicap" (Gallaudet College for the deaf),  November 28, 1976
Box   6  
Background/Post-Show
Box   6  
Transcript
 
"Ronald Reagan" (interview),  December 5, 1976
Box   6  
Background/Post-Show
 
"Son of Land Fraud" (resale of land in Florida),  December 12, 1976
Box   6  
Background/Post-Show (includes a range of Better Business Bureau complaints)
Box   6  
Transcript
 
"The Korean Connection" (Tongsun Park and his alleged bribes to US Congressmen),  December 19, 1976
Box   6  
Background/Post-Show
Box   6  
Transcript
 
"Sports Biz" (the professional sports business and athletes' salaries),  December 26, 1976
Box   6  
Background/Post-Show
Box   6  
Transcript
 
"Yanks in Iran" (Americans living in Iran),  January 2, 1977
Box   6  
Background/Post-Show
Box   6  
Transcript
 
"The Korry File" (interview with Ed Korry, former Ambassador to Chile),  January 9, 1977
Box   6  
Background/Post-Show
Box   6  
Transcript
 
"Kidnapping Italian Style" (kidnapping in Italy),  January 16, 1977
Box   7  
Background/Post-Show
Box   7  
Transcript
 
"Equifax" (company that investigates people's backgrounds to help insurance companies),  January 23, 1977
Box   7  
Background
Box   7  
Post-Show
Box   7  
Transcript
 
"Gold in Them Thar Hills" (profile of Mike Silverman, who sells movie stars' homes),  January 30, 1977
Box   7  
Background/Post-Show
Box   7  
Transcript
 
"Vladimir Bukovsky" (profile of a Russian dissident),  February 6, 1977
Box   7  
Background/Post-Show
Box   7  
Transcript
 
"Beating the System" (tax-free compensation of Federally employed air traffic controllers),  February 13, 1977
Box   7  
Background/Post-Show
Box   7  
Transcript
 
"Nazi" (excerpts of a film about American Nazis),  February 20, 1977
Box   7  
Background/Post-Show
Box   7  
Transcript
 
"Ghost Surgery" (operations performed by resident interns instead of the patient's own doctor),  February 27, 1977
Box   7  
Background
Box   7  
Post-Show
Box   7  
Transcript
 
"SAVAK" (Iranian secret police in the US),  March 6, 1977
Box   7  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   7  
Transcript
 
"Target: JP Stevens" (unionization efforts at the JP Stevens textile company),  March 13, 1977
Box   7  
Background
Box   7  
Post-Show
Box   7  
Transcript
 
"Sadat" (interview with Anwar Sadat, President of Egypt); "Arafat" (interview with Yasser Arafat, leader of the Palestinian Liberation Organization),  March 27, 1977
Box   7  
"Sadat" Background/Post-Show
Box   7  
"Arafat" Background/Post-Show
Box   7  
Transcript
 
"The Queen of Hearts" (Barbara Cartland, author of romantic novels),  April 3, 1977
Box   7  
Background
Box   7  
Post-Show
Box   7  
Transcript
 
"Exodus" (Jews who have recently fled Israel),  April 10, 1977
Box   8  
Background
Box   8  
Post-Show
Box   8  
Transcript
 
"Who Governs Alabama?" (Governor George Wallace talks about his conflicts with Judge Frank Johnson),  April 17, 1977
Box   8  
Background/Post-Show
Box   8  
Transcript
 
"Mommy, Why Me?" (child abuse help center, Parents Anonymous); "Hussein's Jordan" (interview with King Hussein of Jordan),  April 24, 1977
Box   8  
"Mommy, Why Me?" Background/Post-Show
Box   8  
"Hussein's Jordan" Background/Post-Show
Box   8  
Transcript
 
"Nixon/Frost" (interview with David Frost regarding his Richard Nixon interviews),  May 1, 1977
Box   8  
Background/Post-Show
Box   8  
Transcript
Box   8  
"The Invisible Handicap" repeat (original air date: November 28, 1976); "The Castle Bank Caper" update (original air date: November 21, 1976), Transcript,  May 8, 1977
 
"Kiddie Porn" (report on how children are used in pornographic films and magazines),  May 15, 1977
Box   8  
Background/Post-Show
Box   8  
Transcript
 
"Aliens on Welfare" (report on legal aliens who receive welfare payments),  May 22, 1977
Box   8  
Background/Post-Show
Box   8  
Transcript
Box   8  
"The Clinic on Morse Avenue" update (original air date: February 15, 1976), Transcript,  May 29, 1977
Box   8  
"Laetrile: Cure or Quackery?" update (original air date: March 31, 1974), Background/Post-Show/Transcript,  June 5, 1977
Box   8  
"The Korean Connection" update (original air date: December 19, 1976), Background/Post-Show/Transcript,  June 12, 1977
 
"Warning: Microwave Radiation" (report on its effect on health),  June 19, 1977
Box   8  
Background/Post-Show
Box   8  
Transcript
 
"The Man Who Wouldn't Talk...Talks" repeat (interview with convicted Watergate burglar G. Gordon Liddy, original air date: January 5, 1975--original air date transcript missing); "The IQ Myth" (scientific fraud in IQ testing),  June 26, 1977
Box   8  
"The Man Who Wouldn't Talk...Talks" Background
Box   8  
"The IQ Myth" Background
Box   8  
"The IQ Myth" Post-Show
Box   8  
Transcript
Box   8  
"Yanks in Iran" repeat (original air date: January 2, 1977), Transcript,  July 3, 1977
Box   8  
"Mommy, Why Me?" update (original air date: April 24, 1977), Transcript and Updated Introduction,  July 10, 1977
 
"Hollywood on the Potomac" repeat (original air date: February 17, 1974),  July 17, 1977
Box   8  
Background/Post-Show
Box   8  
Transcript
Box   8  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Walter Cronkite story),  July 24, 1977
 
"Judgment at Mineola" repeat (original air date: November 14, 1976); "Kidnapping Italian Style" (original air date: January 16, 1977),  July 31, 1977
Box   8  
Background/Post-Show
Box   8  
Transcript
 
"Sadat's Troubled Egypt" (interview with President Anwar el Sadat),  August 7, 1977
Box   8  
Background/Post-Show
Box   8  
Transcript
 
"Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses..." repeat (original air date: December 10, 1972),  August 14, 1977
Box   8  
Background
Box   8  
Transcript
 
"Who Governs Alabama?" repeat (original air date: April 17, 1977),  August 21, 1977
Box   8  
Background
Box   8  
Transcript
Box   9  
"Gold in Them Thar Hills" repeat (original air date: January 30, 1977), Transcript,  August 28, 1977
 
"The Welfare Mess" repeat (original air date: July 13, 1975),  September 4, 1977
Box   9  
Background/Post-Show
Box   9  
Transcript
 
Season X,  September 1977-September 1978 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
"Kyemba & Amin" (profile of Idi Amin, given by Henry Kyemba, former Health Minister of Uganda),  September 11, 1977
Box   9  
Background
Box   9  
Newspaper Clippings
Box   9  
Post-Show
Box   9  
Transcript
 
"Pain & Suffering" (fraudulent car accident claims),  September 18, 1977
Box   9  
Background/Post-Show
Box   9  
Transcript
 
"The Buttleggers" (bootleg cigarettes from North Carolina),  September 25, 1977
Box   9  
Background/Post-Show
Box   9  
Transcript
 
"High Tension" (possible safety hazards of high-voltage power lines),  October 2, 1977
Box   9  
Background/Post-Show
Box   9  
Transcript
 
"Valium" (pros and cons),  October 9, 1977
Box   9  
Background
Box   9  
Post-Show
Box   9  
Transcript
 
"Mixed Marriages" (a report about wives of homosexuals),  October 16, 1977
Box   9  
Background/Post-Show
Box   9  
Transcript
 
"Angel Dust/PCP" (report on the drug phencyclidine hydrochloride),  October 23, 1977
Box   9  
Background
Box   9  
Post-Show
Box   9  
Transcript
 
"He Sings Like Bing" (Jack Harris, who can't get work because he sounds like Bing Crosby; report aired just after Bing Crosby's death, includes interview with Bing Crosby),  October 30, 1977
Box   9  
Background/Post-Show
Box   9  
Transcript
 
"Begin" (interview with Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin),  November 6, 1977
Box   9  
Background (2 folders)
Box   9  
Post-Show
Box   9  
Transcript
 
"The Chief" (profile of Los Angeles Police Chief Ed Davis),  November 13, 1977
Box   10  
Background/Post-Show
Box   10  
Transcript
 
"Coverup?" (former CIA agent Frank Snepp talks about an alleged CIA cover-up regarding the US evacuation of Vietnam),  November 20, 1977
Box   10  
Background (2 folders)
Box   10  
Post-Show
Box   10  
Transcript
 
"What Makes Fritz Run?" (East German athletes),  November 27, 1977
Box   10  
Background/Post-Show
Box   10  
Transcript
 
"Con Game" (how advertisers are talked into buying space in phony publications), Background/Post-Show,  December 4, 1977 "Bon Voyage" (examination of independent tour operators, especially National Leisure Corporation),  December 11, 1977
Box   10  
Background
Box   10  
Post-Show
Box   10  
Transcript
 
"Crime...and Very Little Punishment" (juvenile crime),  December 18, 1977
Box   10  
Background
Box   10  
Post-Show
Box   10  
Transcript
Box   10  
"Judy" repeat (original air date: August 3, 1975), Transcript,  December 25, 1977
Box   10  
"Vladimir Horowitz" (profile of the famed pianist), Background/Post-Show,  December 26, 1977 (no transcript; see repeat, 4/30/78)
 
"This Year at Murrieta" (California health spa's claim of cancer cure),  January 1, 1978
Box   10  
Background
Box   10  
Post-Show
Box   10  
Transcript
 
"The USA vs. Judge Ritter (Chief Federal Judge in Salt Lake City, who has most of his rulings overturned),  January 8, 1978
Box   10  
Background/Post-Show
Box   10  
Transcript
 
"How to Succeed..." (the Mirage Tavern front, and corruption among city officials in Chicago;),  January 15, 1978
Box   10  
Background/Post-Show
Box   10  
Transcript
 
"Lights, Camera...Altman" (interview with Robert Altman),  January 22, 1978
Box   10  
Background
Box   10  
Transcript
 
"L.N.G." (the dangers of transporting liquid natural gas),  January 29, 1978
Box   10  
Background/Post-Show
Box   10  
Transcript
 
"Perks" (corporate benefits and discounts for executives),  February 5, 1978
Box   11  
Background/Post-Show
Box   11  
Transcript
 
"Begin" (profile of Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin),  February 12, 1978
Box   11  
Background/Post-Show
Box   11  
Transcript
 
"Linda Velzy is Dead" (murder of a hitchhiking Oneonta College student),  February 19, 1978
Box   11  
Background/Post-Show
Box   11  
Transcript
 
"Why Can't Johnny Read?" (failures of the public school system and an interview with maverick New York City teacher and principal Howard Hurwitz),  February 26, 1978
Box   11  
Background/Post-Show
Box   11  
Transcript
 
"Power Thieves" (people who obtain electricity illegally and without paying for it),  March 5, 1978
Box   11  
Background/Post-Show
Box   11  
Transcript
 
"Sadat" (profile of Egyptian President Anwar el-Sadat),  March 12, 1978
Box   11  
Background/Post-Show
Box   11  
Transcript
Box   11  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces a story and reads mail),  March 19, 1978
 
"Terror International" (an alliance of international terrorists),  April 9, 1978
Box   11  
Background/Post-Show
Box   11  
Transcript
 
"The $4 Billion Lunch" (new school lunch programs),  April 16, 1978
Box   11  
Background/Post-Show
Box   11  
Transcript
 
"A Better Idea" (companies, including the Raymond Lee Organization, that promise to market new inventions),  April 23, 1978
Box   11  
Background
Box   11  
Post-Show
Box   11  
Transcript
Box   11  
"Vladimir Horowitz" repeat (original air date: December 26, 1977), Transcript,  April 30, 1978
 
"The Secret War" (former CIA agent Frank Snepp on Cuban troops in Africa),  May 7, 1978
Box   11  
Background/Post-Show
Box   11  
Transcript
 
"Wm. Colby" (interview with former CIA Director William Colby),  May 14, 1978
Box   11  
Background/Post-Show
Box   11  
Transcript
Box   11  
"Crime...and Very Little Punishment" repeat (original air date: December 18, 1977), Transcript,  May 21, 1978
Box   11  
"Grief" repeat (original air date: February 29, 1976), Transcript,  May 28, 1978
Box   12  
"Why Can't Johnny Read?" repeat (original air date: February 26, 1978), Transcript,  June 4, 1978
 
"Is Your Car Safe?" (safety of the Ford Pinto),  June 11, 1978
Box   12  
Background
Box   12  
Post-Show
Box   12  
Transcript
 
"The $7 Misunderstanding" (controversial land deal in Alaska),  June 18, 1978
Box   12  
Background/Post-Show
Box   12  
Transcript
Box   12  
"How to Succeed..." repeat (original air date: January 15, 1978); "Bon Voyage" repeat (original air date: December 11, 1977), Background/Postshow/Transcript,  June 25, 1978
Box   12  
"The Buttleggers" repeat (original air date: September 25, 1977); "Warning: Microwave Radiation" repeat (original air date: June 19, 1977), Background/Transcript,  July 2, 1978
Box   12  
"Con Game" repeat Background/Transcript (original air date: December 4, 1977),  July 9, 1978
Box   12  
"Kidnapping Italian Style" repeat (original air date: January 16, 1977), Background/Transcript,  July 16, 1978
Box   12  
"What Makes Fritz Run?" repeat (original air date: November 27, 1977), Background,  July 23, 1978
Box   12  
"Valium" repeat (original air date: October 9, 1977), Background/Transcript,  July 30, 1978
Box   12  
"Mixed Marriages" repeat Background/Transcript (original air date: October 16, 1977),  August 6, 1978
Box   12  
"Ghost Surgery" repeat (original air date: February 27, 1977), Transcript,  August 13, 1978
Box   12  
"Angel Dust/PCP" repeat (original air date: October 23, 1977), Transcript,  August 20, 1977
Box   W3  
"A Matter of Degrees" repeat (original air date: April 2, 1978), Transcript,  August 27, 1978 [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   12  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces a story),  September 3, 1978
Box   12  
"This Year at Murrieta" repeat (original air date: January 1, 1978), Transcript,  September 10, 1978
 
Season XI,  September 1978-September 1979 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
"The Rating Game" (television ratings),  September 17, 1978
Box   12  
Background/Post-Show
Box   12  
Transcript
 
"The Thorpe Affair" (scandal involving Jeremy Thorpe, former Liberal Party leader in Great Britain),  September 24, 1978
Box   12  
Background/Post-Show
Box   12  
Transcript
 
"Palestinian/American" (Americans of Palestinian descent),  October 1, 1978
Box   12  
Background/Post-Show
Box   12  
Transcript
 
"GLACAA" (how tax money is spent on the Greater Los Angeles Community Action Agency),  October 8, 1978
Box   12  
Background/Post-Show
Box   12  
Transcript
 
"Lord Lew of Show Biz" (British impresario Lew Grade),  October 15, 1978
Box   12  
Background/Post-Show
Box   12  
Transcript
 
"Brother Roloff" (Reverend Lester Roloff, who runs controversial homes for wayward children),  October 22, 1978
Box   12  
Background/Post-Show
Box   12  
Transcript
 
"Vigilantes" (profile of Anthony Imperiale, founder of the North Ward Citizens Committee, Newark, NJ),  October 29, 1978
Box   13  
Background/Post-Show
Box   13  
Transcript
 
"Putting Out the Fire" (privately owned fire department in Scottsdale, Arizona),  November 5, 1978
Box   13  
Background/Post-Show
Box   13  
Transcript
 
"Iran" (current political troubles),  November 12, 1978
Box   13  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   13  
Transcript
 
"Roman Polanski" (interview),  November 19, 1978
Box   13  
Background/Post-Show
Box   13  
Transcript
 
"Do You 'Take' This Man...?" (what happens to savings and property when unmarried couples separate),  November 26, 1978
Box   13  
Background/Post-Show
Box   13  
Transcript
 
"From Burgers To Bankruptcy" (people who invested in Wild Bill's fast food restaurant and lost their money),  December 3, 1978
Box   13  
Background/Post-Show
Box   13  
Transcript
 
"Fat... And Proud of It" (the National Association to Aid Fat Americans (NAAFA) Convention),  December 10, 1978
Box   13  
Background/Post-Show
Box   13  
Transcript
 
"Minority Fronts" (construction companies using minorities to be eligible for government funding),  December 17, 1978
Box   13  
Background/Post-Show
Box   13  
Transcript
 
"I'm an American" (Ted Morgan, former French aristocrat who became an American citizen),  December 31, 1978
Box   13  
Background/Post-Show
Box   13  
Transcript
 
"Another Elvis?" (Nashville record companies that take advantage of undiscovered singers),  January 7, 1979
Box   13  
Background/Post-Show
Box   13  
Transcript
 
"Paper Blizzard" (the amount of government paperwork in small businesses),  January 14, 1979
Box   13  
Background/Post-Show
Box   13  
Transcript
 
"Soak the Poor" (how the poor pay more for industrial (life) insurance),  January 28, 1979
Box   13  
Background/Post-Show
Box   13  
Transcript
 
"Protecting the Witness" (the witness relocation program), February 4, 1979)
Box   14  
Background/Post-Show
Box   14  
Transcript
 
"The Rat" (the worldwide rat problem),  February 11, 1979
Box   14  
Background/Post-Show
Box   14  
Transcript
 
"Misha" (profile of Mikhail Baryshnikov),  February 18, 1979
Box   14  
Background/Post-Show
Box   14  
Transcript
 
"Our Secret Army" (the 'secret army' in Indochina which America has abandoned; Hmong refugees escaping Laos; boat people),  March 4, 1979
Box   14  
Background (2 folders)
Box   14  
Post-Show
Box   14  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories: Wallace does Point-Counterpoint, Letters),  March 11, 1979
 
"Arafat" (interview with Yasser Arafat),  March 18, 1979
Box   14  
Background/Post-Show
Box   14  
Transcript
 
"The Chief Justice" (profile of Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger),  March 25, 1979
Box   14  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   14  
Transcript
 
"Vanessa" (profile of Vanessa Redgrave),  April 1, 1979
Box   14  
Background/Post-Show
Box   14  
Transcript
Box   14  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories: Wallace does Point-Counterpoint, Letters),  April 8, 1979
 
"God and Mammon" (investigation of financial irregularities in the Worldwide Church of God),  April 15, 1979
Box   14  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   14  
Transcript
 
"Chiropractors" (the chiropractic profession),  April 22, 1979
Box   15  
Background/Post-Show
Box   15  
Transcript
 
"Here's...Johnny" (interview with Johnny Carson),  April 29, 1979
Box   15  
Press
Box   15  
Transcript
Box   15  
"The Thorpe Affair" repeat (original air date: September 24, 1978), Transcript,  May 6, 1979
Box   15  
"Minority Fronts" repeat (original air date: December 17, 1978), Transcript,  May 20, 1979
Box   15  
"Vigilantes" repeat (original air date: October 29, 1978), Transcript,  May 27, 1979
Box   15  
"Brother Roloff" repeat (original air date: October 22, 1978), Transcript,  June 3, 1979
Box   15  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  June 10, 1979
Box   15  
"Protecting the Witness" repeat (original air date: February 4, 1979), Transcript,  June 17, 1979
Box   15  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Ed Bradley story, Andy Rooney, and reads mail),  June 24, 1979
Box   15  
"Our Secret Army" repeat (original air date: March 4, 1979), Transcript,  July 1, 1979
Box   15  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney),  July 8, 1979
Box   15  
"Do You 'Take' This Man...?" repeat (original air date: November 26, 1978), Transcript,  July 15, 1979
Box   15  
"Lord Lew of Show Biz" repeat (original air date: October 15, 1978), Transcript,  July 22, 1979
Box   15  
"Misha" repeat (original air date: February 18, 1979), Transcript,  July 29, 1979
Box   15  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Harry Reasoner story),  August 5, 1979
Box   15  
"Another Elvis?" repeat (original air date: January 7, 1979), Transcript,  August 12, 1979
Box   15  
"Vanessa" repeat (original air date: April 1, 1979); "Vanessa & Fania" (interview with Vanessa Redgrave and Fania Fenelon, whom Redgrave portrays in a television program on the Holocaust), Transcript,  August 19, 1979
Box   15  
"Chiropractors" repeat (original air date: April 22, 1979), Transcript,  August 26, 1979
 
"GLACAA" repeat (original air date: October 8, 1978),  September 9, 1979
Box   15  
Transcript
Box   15  
Update Materials,  1980
 
Season XII,  September 1979-September 1980 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
"On Trial For Murder" (Dr. William Waddill, accused of murdering an abortion-delivered fetus),  September 16, 1979
Box   15  
Background/Post-Show
Box   15  
Transcript
 
"Here's...Johnny" repeat/update (original air date: April 29, 1979),  September 23, 1979
Box   15  
Background/Post-Show
Box   15  
Transcript
 
"Northern Ireland,"  September 30, 1979
Box   15  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   15  
Transcript
Box   15  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney, reads mail),  October 7, 1979
 
"The Stolen Cezannes" (how easy it is to steal and sell great art works),  October 14, 1979
Box   15  
Background/Post-Show
Box   15  
Transcript
 
"Edward Rubin, M.D." (perhaps the largest case of Medicaid fraud in history),  October 21, 1979
Box   15  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   15  
Transcript
Box   16  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney, reads mail),  October 28, 1979
 
"Swine Flu" (problems resulting from the swine flu immunization program),  November 4, 1979
Box   16  
Background/Post-Show
Box   16  
Transcript
 
"Looking Back" (three veterans who were critically wounded in Vietnam),  November 11, 1979
Box   16  
Background/Post-Show
Box   16  
Transcript
 
"The Ayatollah" (interview with the Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran),  November 18, 1979
Box   16  
Background/Post-Show
Box   16  
Transcript
 
"Roy Innis" (Director of CORE, accused of systematic looting of CORE funds for personal benefit),  November 25, 1979
Box   16  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   16  
Transcript
 
"The Brethren" (Bob Woodward's book on the Supreme Court),  December 2, 1979
Box   16  
Background/Post-Show
Box   16  
Transcript
Box   16  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Harry Reasoner story, reads mail),  December 9, 1979
 
"The Hooker Memos" (alleged industrial pollution by the Hooker Chemical Company),  December 16, 1979
Box   16  
Background/Post-Show
Box   16  
Transcript
 
"The Sheik" (interview with Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Zaki Yamani),  December 23, 1979
Box   16  
Background/Post-Show
Box   16  
Transcript
 
"Big John" (interview with Presidential Contender John Connally),  December 30, 1979
Box   16  
Background/Post-Show
Box   16  
Transcript
 
"B.M.O.C." (profile of John Silber, President of Boston University),  January 6, 1980
Box   16  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   16  
Transcript
Box   16  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney),  January 13, 1980
 
"Bette Davis" (profile),  January 20, 1980
Box   17  
Background/Post-Show
Box   17  
Transcript
 
"Russian Spies in the USA" (Soviet spies working undercover in the United States),  January 27, 1980
Box   17  
Background/Post-Show
Box   17  
Transcript
 
"Ezer" (interview with Israeli Defense Minister Ezer Weizman),  February 3, 1980
Box   17  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   17  
Transcript
 
"Lenny" (profile of conductor Leonard Bernstein),  February 10, 1980
Box   17  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   17  
Transcript
Box   17  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  February 24, 1980
 
"The Iran File" (investigation of the brutalities and corruption in Iran under the deposed Shah and the alleged United States complicity in those crimes),  March 2, 1980
Box   17  
Background/Post-Show (4 folders)
Box   17  
Transcript
 
"Oman" (profile of the country),  March 9, 1980
Box   17  
Background/Post-Show
Box   17  
Transcript
Box   17  
"Blood Money" (alleged fraud in fundraising by Stephen Blood for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference), Background/Post-Show,  March 16, 1980
 
"The Riddle of DMSO" (the controversial drug dimethyl sulfoxide),  March 23, 1980
Box   18  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   18  
Transcript
Box   18  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  March 30, 1980
Box   W3  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Dan Rather story and reads mail),  April 6, 1980
 
"Scientology: The Clearwater Conspiracy" (alleged crimes committed by members of the Church of Scientology in Clearwater, Florida),  April 13, 1980 (no transcript; see repeat ("Scientology"), August 31, 1980)  [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   18  
Background/Post-Show
 
"Israeli Arms for Sale" (the Israeli arms production industry),  April 13, 1980
Box   18  
Background/Post-Show
 
"Omega 7" (a clandestine group of anti-Castro Cuban terrorists operating in the United States),  April 20, 1980
Box   18  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   18  
Transcript
Box   18  
"Here's...Johnny" repeat (original air date: September 23, 1979), Transcript,  April 27, 1980
 
"Not to My Kid, You Don't" repeat (original air date: November 14, 1971),  May 4, 1980
Box   18  
Background/Post-Show
Box   18  
Transcript
 
"Bonnie" (profile of Bonnie Consolo, born without arms),  May 11, 1980
Box   18  
Background/Post-Show
Box   18  
Transcript
Box   18  
"Memory of Vietnam" repeat (original air date, as "Looking Back": November 11, 1979), Transcript,  May 25, 1980
Box   18  
Summer Repeats,  1980
Box   18  
"This Year at Marienbad" repeat (original air date: July 14, 1974), Transcript,  June 1, 1980
Box   18  
"God and Mammon" update (original air date: April 15, 1979), Transcript,  June 8, 1980
 
"What Johnny Can't Read" (Texans Norma and Mel Gabler's crusade to clean up textbooks),  June 15, 1980
Box   18  
Background/Post-Show
Box   18  
Transcript
 
"Death of the Backlot" update (original air date: November 26, 1972),  June 29, 1980
Box   18  
Background/Post-Show
Box   18  
Transcript
 
"The Riddle of DMSO" update (original air date: March 23, 1980),  July 6, 1980
Box   18  
Background/Post-Show
Box   18  
Transcript
Box   18  
Transcript (Wallace corrects error in story),  July 13, 1980
 
"First Family of the GOP" (interviews with Ronald and Nancy Reagan and daughters Patricia and Maureen),  July 14, 1980
Box   19  
Background/Post-Show (3 folders)
Box   19  
Transcript
 
"What Makes Fritz Run?" repeat (original air date: November 27, 1977),  July 20, 1980
Box   19  
Background/Post-Show
Box   19  
Transcript
 
"Bette Davis" repeat (original air date: January 20, 1980),  July 27, 1980
Box   19  
Background/Post-Show
Box   19  
Transcript
 
"The Castle Bank Caper" update (original air date: November 21, 1976),  August 3, 1980
Box   19  
Background/Post-Show
Box   19  
Transcript
Box   19  
"Oman" repeat (original air date: March 9, 1980), Background/Post-Show/Transcript,  August 24, 1980
Box   W3  
"Scientology" repeat (original air date: April 13, 1980), Background/Post-Show/Transcript,  August 31, 1980 [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   19  
"Edward Rubin, MD" repeat (original air date: October 21, 1979), Transcript,  September 7, 1980
Box   19  
"GLACAA" repeat (original air date: October 8, 1978), Transcript,  September 14, 1980
 
Season XIII,  September 1980-September 1981 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
"On the Waterfront" (labor racketeering on the Miami, Florida docks),  September 21, 1980
Box   19  
Background/Post-Show
Box   19  
Transcript
 
"The $77,000 Bill" (charges of wastefulness and inefficiency in the Medicare administration),  September 28, 1980
Box   19  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   19  
Transcript
Box   19  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  October 5, 1980
 
"Rational Suicide?" (the controversial issue of suicide as a plausible option for the terminally ill),  October 12, 1980
Box   19  
Background/Post-Show (3 folders)
Box   19  
Transcript
 
"Artie" (profile of columnist Art Buchwald),  October 19, 1980
Box   19  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   19  
Transcript
 
"Little Abscam" (small time corruption and possible entrapment by the FBI in Kentucky),  October 26, 1980
Box   19  
Background/Post-Show
Box   19  
Transcript
 
"Teamster Violence" (allegations of arson, vandalism and violence by teamsters attempting to unionize non-union companies),  November 2, 1980
Box   19  
Background/Post-Show
Box   19  
Transcript
 
"Chemical Warfare" (comparison of the preparation for chemical warfare in the United States and the Soviet Union),  November 16, 1980
Box   20  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   20  
Transcript
 
"The IBM Caper" (the big business of stolen office equipment),  November 23, 1980
Box   20  
Background/Post-Show
Box   20  
Transcript
Box   20  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace's update from Teheran, on the American hostages and the Iran-Iraq war),  November 30, 1980
 
"'We're in the Money'?" (the questionable bookkeeping practices in Hollywood),  December 7, 1980
Box   20  
Background/Post-Show
Box   20  
Transcript
 
"Iran, December 1980"  December 14, 1980
Box   20  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   20  
Transcript
 
"Itzhak" (profile of violinist Itzhak Perlman),  December 21, 1980
Box   20  
Background/Post-Show
Box   20  
Transcript
 
"Ashes to Ashes" (cremation),  December 28, 1980
Box   20  
Background/Post-Show
Box   20  
Transcript
Box   W3  
"The Last Mafioso"  January 4, 1981 (transcript only)  [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   20  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace reads mail),  January 11, 1981
Box   20  
"Patti" repeat (interview with Patti Davis; original air date:  July 14, 1980 as part of "First Family of the GOP"), Background/Post-Show/Transcript,  January 18, 1981
 
"Hartz Mountain" (allegations of questionable business practices by the Hartz Mountain pet supply corporation),  February 1, 1981
Box   20  
Background (3 folders)
Box   20  
Post-Show
Box   20  
Transcript
 
"Time Bomb" (Huntington's disease),  February 8, 1981
Box   20  
Background/Post-Show
Box   20  
Transcript
 
"...By What It Will Do To the Arabs" (Israeli Arabs),  February 15, 1981
Box   21  
Background
Box   21  
Stone-Throwing Controversy
Box   21  
Harassment and Security
Box   21  
Post-Show
Box   21  
Transcript
 
"The Minister of Cocaine" (government officials involved in the cocaine business in Bolivia),  March 1, 1981
Box   21  
Background
Box   21  
Post-Show
Box   W3  
Transcript
 
"Killer Wheels" (accidents involving multi-piece truck and bus tire rims),  March 8, 1981 [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   21  
Background/Post-Show
Box   21  
Transcript
 
"Easy Money" (allegations of fraud in small business loan companies),  March 15, 1981
Box   21  
Background/Post-Show
Box   21  
Transcript
Box   21  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace reads mail),  March 22, 1981
 
"Collision" (politics and air traffic safety),  March 29, 1981
Box   21  
Background (2 folders)
Box   21  
Post-Show
Box   21  
Transcript
 
"Sting Man" (interview with Abscam con man and self-confessed swindler Melvin Weinberg),  April 12, 1981
Box   21  
Background/Post-Show
Box   21  
Transcript
 
"Dalkon Shield" (contraceptive I.U.D. with dangerous implications),  April 19, 1981 (no transcript; see repeat, August 5, 1984)
Box   21  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   21  
Transcript
Box   21  
"Hollywood on the Potomac" repeat (original air date: February 17, 1974), Transcript,  April 26, 1981
Box   22  
"Brother Roloff" repeat (original air date: October 22, 1978), Transcript,  May 3, 1981
Box   22  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  May 10, 1981
 
"'Cruel and Unusual...'?" (violence in public schools),  May 17, 1981
Box   22  
Background/Post-Show
Box   22  
Transcript
Box   22  
"Bonnie" repeat (original air date: May 11, 1980), Transcript,  May 24, 1981
Box   22  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  May 31, 1981
 
"Vernon Jordan" (profile of the Executive Director of the Urban League),  June 7, 1981
Box   22  
Background/Post-Show
Box   22  
Transcript
Box   22  
"Rational Suicide" repeat (original air date: October 12, 1980), Transcript,  June 14, 1981
Box   22  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace updates on Iran and reads mail),  June 21, 1981
Box   22  
"Chemical Warfare" repeat (original air date: November 16, 1980), Transcript,  June 28, 1981
Box   22  
"On the Waterfront" repeat (original air date: September 21, 1980), Transcript,  July 5, 1981
Box   22  
"Artie" repeat (original air date: October 19, 1980), Transcript,  July 12, 1981
Box   22  
"The Queen of Hearts" repeat (original air date: April 3, 1977), Transcript,  July 19, 1981
Box   22  
"'We're in the Money'?" repeat (original air date: December 7, 1980), Transcript,  August 2, 1981
Box   22  
"The $77,000 Bill" repeat (original air date: September 28, 1980), Transcript,  August 9, 1981
Box   22  
"Itzhak" repeat (original air date: December 21, 1980), Transcript,  August 23, 1981
Box   22  
"The Minister of Cocaine" repeat (original air date: March 1, 1981), Transcript,  August 30, 1981
Box   W3  
"Killer Wheels" repeat (original air date: March 8, 1981), Transcript,  September 6, 1981 [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   22  
"Easy Money?" repeat (original air date: March 15, 1981), Transcript,  September 20, 1981
 
"Looking at60 Minutes " (examination of investigative reporting techniques used by this program),  September 27, 1981
Box   22  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   22  
Transcript
 
Season XIV,  October 1981-September 1982 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
"Mr. Right to Life" (interview of Congressman Henry Hyde (R-Illinois), a leader of the anti-abortion movement),  October 4, 1981
Box   22  
Background/Post-Show
Box   22  
Transcript
 
"Don't Go Near the Water" (chemical dumping in the Niagara River),  October 11, 1981
Box   22  
Background/Post-Show
Box   22  
Transcript
Box   22  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  October 18, 1981
 
"Dirty Old Woman" (profile of Dr. Mary Calderone, Director of the Sex Information and Education Council of the United States),  October 25, 1981
Box   22  
Background/Post-Show
Box   22  
Transcript
 
"I. Magnin File" (alleged age discrimination practices in the I. Magnin department store),  November 1, 1981
Box   22  
Background
Box   22  
Post-Show
Box   22  
Transcript
 
"Wanted: Terpil and Korkala" (interview with Frank Terpil, former CIA agent turned advisor to Idi Amin and Muammar Qaddafi, and with Gary Korkala, who with Terpil is wanted by New York State authorities for conspiring to sell arms to terrorists),  November 8, 1981
Box   23  
Background/Post-Show (3 folders)
Box   23  
Transcript
Box   W3  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace updates Terpil and Korkala story and reads mail),  November 15, 1981
 
"Goodbye Home Sweet Home" (how borrowers can lose their homes by defaulting on home improvement loans),  November 22, 1981 [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   23  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
 
"On Strike For Their Lives" (striking workers' charges of excessive radiation at a Tennessee munitions plant),  November 29, 1981
Box   23  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   23  
Transcript
 
"One Billion Consumers" (renewed production and consumption of consumer goods in China),  December 6, 1981
Box   23  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   23  
Transcript
Box   23  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  December 13, 1981
 
"The First Lady" (interview with Nancy Reagan),  December 20, 1981
Box   23  
Background/Post-Show
Box   23  
Transcript
 
"Fake" (the production and sale of counterfeit brand name products),  December 27, 1981
Box   23  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
 
"All His Life in Jail" (Edward Sanchez, who has spent 31 of his 33 years in foster homes, reform schools and prisons),  January 3, 1982
Box   23  
Background/Post-Show (3 folders)
Box   23  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  January 10, 1982
 
"Who Killed Malcolm X?" (new information on the murder of Muslim leader Malcolm X),  January 17, 1982
Box   24  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   24  
Transcript
Box   24  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  January 24, 1982
 
"Madame Ambassador" (interview with United States Ambassador Jeanne Kirkpatrick),  January 31, 1982
Box   24  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   24  
Transcript
 
"The Bad Drug" (Selacryn, a hypertension drug kept on the market after reports of serious side-effects),  February 7, 1982
Box   24  
Background/Post-Show
Box   24  
Transcript
 
"The Incompetent Doctor" (problems of identifying a doctor as incompetent and revoking his license, illustrated by the case of Dr. Peter Papallardo),  February 14, 1982
Box   24  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   24  
Transcript
 
"Nicaragua" (whether the government of Nicaragua is a dictatorship that assists Communist revolutions in other Central American countries),  February 28, 1982
Box   24  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   24  
Transcript
 
"Out of Work" (the closing of a profitable General Electric plant in Ontario, California, and the effect on the community),  March 7, 1982
Box   24  
Background/Post-Show
Box   24  
Transcript
 
"A Modern American Tragedy" (how William Bell, a former manager for Hughes Aircraft Company, sold top secret military information to the Polish government),  March 14, 1982
Box   24  
Background/Post-Show
Box   24  
Transcript
Box   24  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  March 21, 1982
 
"The Largest Army in the World" (the military and political changes affecting the army of the People's Republic of China),  March 28, 1982
Box   24  
Background/Post-Show
Box   24  
Transcript
 
"Joel Nelson is Missing" (charges that Nelson, a financier in Los Angeles, bilked investors of twenty million dollars),  April 4, 1982
Box   24  
Background/Post-Show
Box   24  
Transcript
 
"Sullivan vs. Sullivan" (a California court decision awarding a woman a share of her former husband's future income for supporting him while he attended medical school),  April 11, 1982
Box   24  
Background/Post-Show
Box   24  
Transcript
 
"In Your Own Back Yard" (a garbage dump in Port Washington, NY, filled with toxic chemicals that leak into nearby homes),  April 25, 1982
Box   24  
Background/Post-Show
Box   24  
Transcript
Box   24  
"Fake" repeat (original air date: December 27, 1981), Transcript,  May 2, 1982
Box   24  
"All His Life in Jail" update (original air date: January 3, 1982), Transcript,  May 9, 1982
 
"The Nazi Connection" (why a US agency helped Nazi war criminals settle in this country),  May 16, 1982
Box   24  
Background
Box   24  
Post-Show
Box   24  
"Vladimir Horowitz" repeat (original air date: December 26, 1977), Transcript,  May 30, 1982
Box   25  
"Wanted: Terpil and Korkala" update (original air date: November 8, 1981), Transcript,  June 20, 1982
Box   25  
"Who Killed Malcolm X?" repeat (original air date: January 17, 1982), Transcript,  June 27, 1982
Box   25  
"The Bad Drug" update (original air date: February 7, 1982), Transcript,  July 4, 1982
Box   25  
"One Billion Consumers" repeat (original air date: December 6, 1981), Transcript,  July 18, 1982
Box   25  
"I. Magnin File" repeat (original air date: November 1, 1981), Transcript,  July 25, 1982
Box   25  
"Joel Nelson is Missing" repeat, (original air date: April 4, 1982), Transcript,  August 1, 1982
Box   25  
"The Invisible Handicap" repeat (original air date: November 28, 1976), Transcript,  August 15, 1982
Box   25  
"Time Bomb" repeat (original air date: February 8, 1981), Transcript and Post-Show,  August 22, 1982
Box   25  
"A Modern American Tragedy" repeat (original air date: March 14, 1982), Transcript,  August 29, 1982
Box   25  
"The Nazi Connection" repeat (original air date: November 16, 1982), Transcript,  September 12, 1982
 
Season XV,  September 1982-September 1983 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
Box   25  
"Honor Thy Children" (American men trying to reunite with children they fathered in Vietnam) Transcript,  September 19, 1982 (no Background/Post-Show; see update, May 22, 1983)
 
"Trouble Brewing" (controversial employment practices of the Coors Brewing Company),  September 25, 1982     (no transcript; see repeat, June 5, 1983) 
Box   25  
Background
Box   25  
Post-Show
 
"Small Town, U.S.A." (the financial struggle of a man in Polo, Illinois to care for his brain-damaged daughter when the town refused to assist him),  October 3, 1982
Box   25  
Background/Post-Show
Box   25  
Transcript
 
"Sting Within a Sting" (a convicted swindler, used by the FBI as an undercover agent in the Abscam investigation, defrauded people of $150,000),  October 10, 1982
Box   25  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   25  
Transcript
 
"Warning: Dangerous to Your Health" (the efforts of a Dallas attorney to halt the sale of snub-nosed handguns),  October 24, 1982
Box   25  
Background/Post-Show
Box   25  
Transcript
Box   25  
"Good Cop, Bad Cop" (police protection of narcotics dealers in Chicago, and an interview with an undercover officer who helped break up an alleged police drug-selling ring) Background/Post-Show,  October 31, 1982 (no transcript; see repeat, June 26, 1983)
Box   25  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  November 7, 1982
 
"Vietnam '82" (current economic and social problems in Vietnam),  November 14, 1982
Box   25  
Background/Post-Show (3 folders)
Box   25  
Transcript
 
"'Le Terrorisme'" (the upsurge of terrorist killings in Paris and the response of the French police),  November 21, 1982
Box   25  
Background/Post-Show
Box   25  
Transcript
 
"Divorce Catholic Style" (the Roman Catholic Church's policy of annulment and the difficulties encountered by those affected by it),  November 28, 1982
Box   26  
Background/Post-Show
Box   26  
Transcript
 
"Jacobo Timerman" (interview with the exiled Argentinian Jewish writer, who strongly criticizes the policies of Israeli leader Menachem Begin),  December 5, 1982
Box   26  
Background/Post-Show
Box   26  
Transcript
Box   26  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  December 12, 1982
Box   26  
"The Re-selling of Tylenol" (Johnson & Johnson's efforts to reassure the public that Tylenol is safe) Background/Post-Show,  December 19, 1982
 
"Martina" (profile of tennis player Martina Navratilova),  December 26, 1982
Box   26  
Background/Post-Show
Box   26  
Transcript
Box   26  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney),  January 2, 1983
Box   26  
"Soap and Hope" (the Amway Corporation, and the frustrations of people who think they can get rich by selling its products) Background/Post-Show,  January 9, 1983 (no transcript; see repeat, July 3, 1983)
 
"Who Killed Officer Neupert?" (the murder of a New Orleans police officer and the slaying of two suspects by the police),  January 16, 1983
Box   26  
Background
Box   26  
Transcript
Box   26  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  January 23, 1983
Box   26  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  January 30, 1983
 
"The Devil is a Gentleman" (profile of Nazi mass murderer Adolf Eichmann),  February 6, 1983
Box   26  
Background/Post-Show
Box   26  
Transcript
Box   26  
"Soldier of Misfortune" (whether a convicted murderer killed a woman in Oregon because of his post-traumatic stress disorder from Vietnam) Background/Post-Show,  February 13, 1983 (no transcript; see update, August 21, 1983)
 
"Harris Neck" (the fight of forty black families to regain land in Georgia they gave to the federal government during World War II, with the understanding that they would get it back),  February 20, 1983
Box   26  
Background/Post-Show
Box   26  
Transcript
Box   26  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  February 27, 1983
 
"The Khomeini Years" (interviews with Iranian refugees),  March 6, 1983
Box   26  
Background
Box   26  
Post-Show
 
"The Thomas Reed Affair" (Ronald Reagan's National Security Advisor, investigated for illegal stock dealings and forgery),  March 13, 1983
Box   26  
Background/Post-Show
Box   26  
Transcript
 
"...Yearning to Breathe Free" (hundreds of Cuban refugees held in Atlanta Prison),  March 20, 1983
Box   26  
Background/Post-Show
Box   26  
Transcript
 
"Man of Honor" (interview with Joseph Bonanno, reputed leader of organized crime),  March 27, 1983
Box   27  
Background/Post-Show
Box   27  
Transcript
 
"Chlordane" (the controversy over whether the pesticide cause cancer),  April 10, 1983
Box   27  
Background/Post-Show
Box   27  
Transcript
 
"Oraflex" (charges that the Eli Lilly company failed to disclose possible fatal effects of the arthritis drug),  April 17, 1983
Box   27  
Background
Box   27  
Post-Show
Box   27  
Transcript
 
"Dollars Aweigh" (charges of fraud and waste in the US Navy's shipbuilding program),  April 24, 1983
Box   27  
Background (3 folders)
Box   27  
Post-Show
Box   27  
Transcript
Box   27  
"Man of Honor, Continued" (interview with Joseph Bonanno, continued from March 27, 1983), Transcript,  May 1, 1983
 
"Charged With Murder" (ethics surrounding two Los Angeles doctors' decision to turn off life support of a severely brain-damaged man),  May 8, 1983
Box   27  
Background/Post-Show
Box   27  
Transcript
Box   27  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace not present, but Barbara Walters comments on Wallace, last page),  May 15, 1983
 
"Honor Thy Children" update (original air date: September 19, 1982),  May 22, 1983
Box   27  
Background/Post-Show
Box   27  
Transcript
Box   27  
"Divorce Catholic Style" repeat (original air date: November 28, 1982), Transcript,  May 29, 1983
Box   27  
"Trouble Brewing" repeat (original air date: September 26, 1982), Transcript and Updated Introduction,  June 5, 1983
Box   27  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  June 12, 1983
 
"The One Dollar Misunderstanding" (the controversy after Yale University sold its literary magazine to a politically conservative editor for one dollar),  June 19, 1983
Box   27  
Background/Post-Show
Box   27  
Transcript
Box   27  
"Good Cop, Bad Cop" repeat (original air date: October 31, 1982), Transcript,  June 26, 1983
Box   27  
"Soap and Hope" repeat (original air date: January 9, 1983), Transcript,  July 3, 1983
Box   27  
"Small Town, U.S.A." repeat (original air date: October 3, 1982), Transcript,  July 17, 1983
Box   27  
"Rational Suicide?" repeat (original air date: October 12, 1980), Transcript,  July 24, 1983
Box   27  
"...Yearning to Breathe Free" repeat (original air date: March 20, 1983), Transcript,  July 31, 1983
Box   27  
"Man of Honor" repeat (original air date: March 27, 1983), Transcript,  August 14, 1983
Box   27  
"Soldier of Misfortune" repeat (original air date: February 13, 1983), Transcript,  August 21, 1983
Box   27  
"Martina" repeat (original air date: December 26, 1982), Transcript,  August 28, 1983
Box   27  
"Oraflex" repeat (original air date: April 17, 1983), Transcript,  September 11, 1983
 
Season XVI,  September 1983-September 1984 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
"Captain Jeffrey MacDonald" (whether the former Green Beret and convicted murderer was taking a weight reducing drug with behavioral side effects when he killed his wife and two daughters),  September 18, 1983 (no transcript; see repeat, July 8, 1984)
Box   27  
Background/Post-Show
 
"Anchorman" (evening news anchormen),  September 25, 1983
Box   27  
Background/Post-Show
Box   27  
Transcript
 
"Crime without Punishment" (why the taped confessions of two murder suspects were ruled inadmissible and the suspects set free),  October 2, 1983
Box   28  
Background/Post-Show
 
"The U.S.A. vs. General Collins" (Retired Air Force Major General Richard Collins, charged with embezzling $19,000in Air Force funds),  October 23, 1983
Box   28  
Background/Post-Show
Box   28  
Transcript
 
"Jesse Jackson" (interview about his Presidential aspirations),  October 30, 1983
Box   28  
Background/Post-Show
Box   28  
Transcript
 
"Whoops!" (cost overruns and mismanagement in the construction of nuclear power plants in Washington State caused the Washington Public Power Supply System to default on its bonds),  November 6, 1983
Box   28  
Background/Post-Show
Box   28  
Transcript
 
"The Church and Nicaragua" (the alliance between some Nicaraguan Catholic priests and the Sandinistas),  November 13, 1983
Box   28  
Background/Post-Show
Box   28  
Transcript
Box   W3  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace reads mail),  November 20, 1983
 
"Very Used Cars" (the practice of turning back odometers on an estimated seventy percent of used cars sold),  November 27, 1983 [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   28  
Background/Post-Show
Box   28  
Transcript
 
"Helen Hayes" (profile of the actress),  December 4, 1983
Box   28  
Background/Post-Show
Box   28  
Transcript
Box   28  
"The Coronado Mob" (former Coronado, California high school students who began by selling marijuana and built it into a hundred million dollar business), Background/Post-Show,  December 11, 1983 (no transcript; see repeat, June 10, 1984)
Box   28  
"Haiti" (the economic and political conditions under the rule of Jean-Claude Duvalier), Background/Post-Show,  December 25, 1983 (no transcript; see repeat, June 3, 1984)
 
"Camera Shy" (coaching business executives to answer reporters' questions),  January 1, 1984
Box   28  
Background/Post-Show
Box   28  
Transcript
 
"Dateline: Damascus" (interviews with Syria's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Farouk Al-Shara', Lebanese Druse leader Walid Jumblatt, and former US Ambassador to Syria Talcott Seelye on Syria's views of its rights in Lebanon and neighboring lands),  January 8, 1984
Box   28  
Background/Post-Show
Box   28  
Transcript
Box   28  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  January 15, 1984
 
"From Pac-Man to Poker Man" (illegal use of video games in Tennessee and other parts of the country),  January 22, 1984
Box   28  
Background/Post-Show
Box   28  
Transcript
 
"People's Court" (paralegal Rosemary Furman's fight to persuade the Florida Bar Association to provide low-cost legal services to the poor),  January 29, 1984
Box   29  
Background/Post-Show
Box   29  
Transcript
 
"Over the Hill?" (a free Santa Monica, California clinic that helps the elderly to feel positively about aging),  February 5, 1984
Box   29  
Background/Post-Show
Box   29  
Transcript
 
"Are They Really Bankrupt?" (South Tucson, Arizona, which declared bankruptcy after being ordered by a jury to pay $3.5 million to a disabled police officer),  February 12, 1984
Box   29  
Background/Post-Show
Box   29  
Transcript
Box   29  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  February 19, 1984
 
"The Guardians and the Cowboys" (the Richmond, California Police Department, where black officers have testified against white officers in police brutality lawsuits),  February 26, 1984
Box   29  
Background/Post-Show
Box   29  
Transcript
 
"Mobutu" (charges that President Mobutu of Zaire has accumulated a fortune through his corrupt regime),  March 4, 1984
Box   29  
Background/Post-Show
Box   29  
Transcript
 
"Pravda " (the leading Soviet newspaper, with the world's largest circulation),  March 11, 1984
Box   29  
Background/Post-Show
Box   29  
Transcript
 
"Nguyen Cao Ky" (charges that the former Vietnamese Premier heads an organized crime operation in California),  March 18, 1984
Box   29  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders; includes tape cassette)
Box   29  
Transcript
Box   29  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace reads mail),  March 25, 1984
 
"Trial By Jury" (the increasing use of psychologists and other expert witnesses in selecting jurors),  April 1, 1984
Box   29  
Background/Post-Show
Box   29  
Transcript
 
"Shirley" (profile of actress Shirley MacLaine),  April 8, 1984
Box   29  
Background/Post-Show
Box   29  
Transcript
 
"Continental Airlines" (the dispute over safety between the Air Line Pilots Association and Continental),  April 15, 1984
Box   29  
Background/Post-Show
Box   29  
Transcript
Box   30  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  April 22, 1984
Box   W3  
"Very Used Cars" repeat (original air date: November 27, 1983), Transcript and Update,  April 29, 1984 [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   30  
"A Dirty War" (the search for the 'disappeared' in Argentina, victims of political terrorism), Background/Post-Show,  May 6, 1984 (no transcript; see repeat, September 2, 1984)
Box   30  
"Helen Hayes" repeat (original air date: December 4, 1983), Transcript,  May 13, 1984
Box   30  
"Whoops!" repeat (original air date: November 6, 1983), Transcript and Update Materials,  May 27, 1984
Box   30  
"Haiti" repeat (original air date: December 25, 1983), Transcript and Update Materials,  June 3, 1984
Box   30  
"The Coronado Mob" repeat (original air date: December 11, 1983), Transcript,  June 10, 1984
Box   30  
"The People's Court" repeat (original air date: January 29, 1984), Transcript and Update Materials,  June 24, 1984
Box   30  
"Over the Hill?" repeat (original air date: February 5, 1984), Transcript and Update Materials,  July 1, 1984
Box   30  
"Captain Jeffrey MacDonald" repeat (original air date: September 18, 1983), Transcript and Update Materials,  July 8, 1984
Box   30  
"Bonnie" repeat (original air date: May 11, 1980), Transcript and Update Materials,  July 22, 1984
Box   30  
"Pravda " repeat (original air date: March 11, 1984), Transcript and Update Materials,  July 29, 1984
Box   30  
"Dalkon Shield" repeat (original air date: April 19, 1981), Transcript and Updated Introduction,  August 5, 1984
Box   30  
"Shirley" repeat (original air date: April 8, 1984), Transcript and Updated Introduction,  August 19, 1984
Box   30  
"From Pac-Man and Poker Man" repeat (original air date: January 22, 1984), Transcript and Updated Materials,  August 26, 1984
Box   30  
"A Dirty War" repeat (original air date: May 6, 1984), Transcript and Update Materials,  September 2, 1984
 
Season XVII,  September 1984-September 1985 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
"Governor Gloom" (profile of Colorado Governor Richard Lamm, who takes a pessimistic outlook of America's future),  September 16, 1984
Box   30  
Background/Post-Show
Box   30  
Transcript
 
"Bill Bartling Doesn't Want to Die" (the moral dilemma over whether to give a California man the right to disconnect his respirator),  September 23, 1984
Box   30  
Background/Post-Show
Box   30  
Transcript
 
"Carlos Fuentes" (interview with the Mexican author and former diplomat, about the failure of US foreign policy in Latin America),  September 30, 1984
Box   30  
Background/Post-Show
Box   30  
Transcript
 
"There's Gold in Asbestos" (lawsuits involving asbestos-related injuries),  October 14, 1984
Box   30  
Background/Post-Show
Box   30  
Transcript
 
"Sting Man Stings Again" (Mel Weinberg, once involved in the Abscam sting and now in charge of Operation Bagscam, on the illegal sale of Louis Vuitton handbags),  October 21, 1984
Box   30  
Background/Post-Show
Box   30  
Transcript
 
"Mitch Snyder" (profile of the Washington, DC social activist who called attention to homelessness by fasting for 51 days),  November 4, 1984
Box   30  
Background/Post-Show
Box   30  
Transcript
 
"The Prairie Judge" (profile of Miles Lord, Chief Judge of Minnesota),  November 11, 1984
Box   30  
Background/Post-Show
Box   30  
Transcript
 
"A Place Called Bati" (the famine in Ethiopia),  November 18, 1984
Box   31  
Background/Post-Show
Box   31  
Transcript
 
"Trouble Shooter" (interview with Vernon Walters, President Reagan's Ambassador-at-Large, about Central and South America),  November 25, 1984
Box   31  
Background/Post-Show
Box   31  
Transcript
Box   31  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  December 2, 1984
 
"The Czar of Clinton County" (Robert Polston, who has been superintendent of the Clinton County, Kentucky school system for over 30 years, despite allegations of misconduct),  December 9, 1984
Box   31  
Background/Post-Show
Box   31  
Transcript
 
"Long Live the King" (profile of actor Yul Brynner),  December 16, 1984
Box   31  
Background/Post-Show
Box   31  
Transcript
Box   31  
"U.S. vs. Kilpatrick" (a Denver promoter claiming persecution by the IRS and the Department of Justice for selling tax shelters), Background/Post-Show,  January 13, 1985 (no transcript; see repeat, August 4, 1985)
Box   31  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace reads mail),  January 20, 1985
 
"Queen of the Palace" (Leona Helmsley),  January 27, 1985
Box   31  
Background/Post-Show
Box   31  
Transcript
 
"The Defector" (Arkady Shevchenko),  February 3, 1985
Box   31  
Background/Post-Show
Box   31  
Transcript
Box   31  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  February 17, 1985
 
"Donahue" (profile of Phil Donahue),  February 24, 1985
Box   31  
Background/Post-Show
Box   31  
Transcript
 
"Bypass" (examination of coronary bypass operations),  March 3, 1985
Box   31  
Background/Post-Show
Box   31  
Transcript
Box   31  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney, updates "Good Cop, Bad Cop" (see  October 31, 1982 and reads mail),  March 10, 1985
 
"The Billfold Biopsy" (moving patients with insufficient money or insurance from private to public hospitals),  March 17, 1985
Box   31  
Background/Post-Show
Box   31  
Transcript
 
"Plain Talk From Plains" (interview with former President Jimmy Carter),  March 24, 1985
Box   31  
Background/Post-Show
Box   31  
Transcript
Box   31  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  March 31, 1985
 
"Equal Before God?" (Catholic nuns and laywomen who want to become priests),  April 7, 1985
Box   31  
Background/Post-Show
Box   31  
Transcript
 
"MPD" (multiple personality disorder),  April 14, 1985
Box   31  
Background/Post-Show
Box   31  
Transcript
Box   31  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace updates a Morley Safer story and reads mail),  April 21, 1985
Box   31  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  April 28, 1985
Box   31  
"Bette Davis" repeat (original air date: January 20, 1980), Transcript and Update Materials,  May 5, 1985
Box   31  
"Vladimir Horowitz" repeat (original air date: December 26, 1977), Transcript,  May 12, 1985
Box   32  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace reads mail),  May 19, 1985
Box   32  
"The Dirty War" repeat (original air date: May 6, 1984), Transcript and Update Materials,  May 26, 1985
Box   32  
"Soldier of Misfortune" repeat (original air date: February 13, 1983), Transcript,  June 2, 1985
Box   32  
"Mitch Snyder" repeat (original air date: November 4, 1984), Transcript,  June 16, 1985
Box   32  
"Long Live the King" repeat (original air date: December 16, 1984), Transcript,  June 30, 1985
Box   32  
"Queen of the Palace" repeat (original air date: January 27, 1985), Transcript,  July 7, 1985
Box   32  
"The Czar of Clinton County" repeat (original air date: December 9, 1984), Transcript,  July 14, 1985
Box   32  
"The Billfold Biopsy" repeat (original air date: March 17, 1985), Transcript,  July 28, 1985
Box   32  
"U.S. vs. Kilpatrick" repeat (original air date: January 13, 1985), Transcript,  August 4, 1985
Box   32  
"The Defector" repeat (original air date: February 3, 1985), Transcript,  August 18, 1985
Box   32  
"The Scarlet 'A'" repeat (original air date: January 6, 1985), Transcript,  August 25, 1985
Box   32  
"The Prairie Judge" repeat (original air date: November 11, 1984), Transcript,  September 8, 1985
 
Season XVIII,  September 1985-September 1986 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
"Who Is Bob Harris?" (multiple sclerosis sufferer, influential in Senator Jesse Helms' Fairness in Media campaign),  September 15, 1985
Box   32  
Background/Post-Show
Box   32  
Transcript
 
"Should Nicky Barnes Go Free?" (former heroin dealer LeRoy "Nicky" Barnes turned government informer),  September 22, 1985
Box   32  
Background/Post-Show
Box   32  
Transcript
Box   32  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  September 29, 1985
 
"Kahane" (interview with Rabbi Meir Kahane),  October 6, 1985
Box   32  
Background/Post-Show
Box   32  
Transcript
 
"The Great Postal Robbery" (Philippine crime syndicate, investigated for stealing more than $43 million in government checks from the US Postal Service),  October 13, 1985
Box   32  
Background/Post-Show
Box   32  
Transcript
 
"Invade Nicaragua?" (Sandinista defenses against anticipated US invasion),  October 27, 1985
Box   32  
Background/Post-Show
Box   32  
Transcript
 
"The Donovan File" (the extent of FBI disclosure to the Senate during confirmation hearings for former Labor Secretary Raymond Donovan, currently under indictment),  November 3, 1985
Box   32  
Background
Box   33  
Post-Show
Box   33  
Transcript
Box   33  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  November 10, 1985
 
"Trump's The Name..." (profile of New York City real estate investor Donald Trump),  November 17, 1985
Box   33  
Background/Post-Show
Box   33  
Transcript
Box   33  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  November 24, 1985
 
"Airport" (US airport security in the wake of recent hijacking abroad),  December 1, 1985
Box   33  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   33  
Transcript
 
"Veliotis v. General Dynamics" (interview with former General Dynamics executive and fugitive Takis Veliotis, who claims top company officials knowingly defrauded the government of millions of dollars),  December 8, 1985
Box   33  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   33  
Transcript
Box   W3  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  December 15, 1985
 
"Scientology" update ("Scientology: The Clearwater Conspiracy" original air date: April 13, 1980),  December 22, 1985 [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   33  
Background/Post-Show
Box   33  
Transcript
 
"What Price Freedom?" (President Alfredo Stroessner of Paraguay, in power since a military coup in 1954),  January 5, 1986
Box   33  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   33  
Transcript
Box   33  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  January 12, 1986
 
"Who is Abu Nidal?" (terrorist leader of the PLO splinter group who authorities believe was responsible for the Vienna and Rome airport attacks),  January 19, 1986
Box   33  
Background/Post-Show
Box   33  
Transcript
 
"Jonas Savimbi" (profile of the Angolan rebel leader),  January 26, 1986
Box   33  
Background/Post-Show
Box   33  
Transcript
 
"The Mercenary and the Mouthpiece" (two defense attorneys from Miami and Las Vegas whose clients include reputed drug dealers and racketeers),  February 9, 1986
Box   33  
Background/Post-Show
Box   33  
Transcript
 
"Donna and Ricardo" (a retarded couple and how they are coping outside an institution),  February 16, 1986
Box   34  
Background/Post-Show
Box   34  
Transcript
 
"Fraud" (federal investigation of an alleged $750 million condominium fraud in Dallas),  February 23, 1986
Box   34  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   34  
Transcript
Box   34  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  March 9, 1986
 
"Life and Death in San Francisco" (how the gay community is coping with the AIDS epidemic),  March 16, 1986
Box   34  
Background/Post-Show
Box   34  
Transcript
 
"Elizabeth" (Elizabeth Bouvier, California woman suffering from cerebral palsy, court-ordered to be force-fed to prevent her from choosing to starve herself to death),  March 23, 1986 (Transcript is complete but badly collated)
Box   34  
Background/Post-Show
Box   34  
Transcript
 
"Roy Cohn" (former chief counsel to Joe McCarthy, whom New York is trying to disbar),  March 30, 1986
Box   34  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   34  
Transcript
 
"Kurt Waldheim" (former UN Secretary General running for President of Austria, about charges of participation in Nazi atrocities during World War II),  April 13, 1986
Box   34  
Background/Post-Show
Box   34  
Transcript
 
"The Defector" (profile of singer-actor Dean Reed, American expatriate living in East Berlin),  April 20, 1986
Box   34  
Background/Post-Show
Box   34  
Transcript
Box   34  
Summer rebroadcasts,  1986 (2 folders)
Box   34  
"Invade Nicaragua?" repeat (original air date: October 27, 1985), Transcript,  April 27, 1986
Box   34  
"Airport" repeat (original air date: December 1, 1985), Transcript,  May 11, 1986
Box   34  
"Elizabeth" repeat (original air date: March 23, 1986), Transcript,  May 25, 1986
Box   34  
"The Mercenary and the Mouthpiece" repeat (original air date: February 9, 1986), Transcript,  June 8, 1986
Box   34  
"Life and Death in San Francisco" repeat (original air date: March 16, 1986), Transcript,  June 15, 1986
Box   34  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace updates story on Dean Reed),  June 22, 1986
Box   34  
"Trump's the Name..." repeat (original air date: November 17, 1985), Transcript,  June 29, 1986
Box   34  
"Donna and Ricardo" repeat (original air date: February 16, 1986), Transcript,  July 13, 1986
Box   34  
"Beverly Sills" repeat (original air date: July 6, 1975), Transcript,  July 27, 1986
Box   34  
"Should Nicky Barnes Go Free?" repeat (original air date: September 22, 1985), Transcript,  August 3, 1986
Box   34  
"Honor Thy Children" repeat (original air date: September 19, 1982), Transcript,  August 17, 1986
 
"Deng Xiaoping" (interview in Beijing with the Chinese Vice Chairman),  September 7, 1986
Box   34  
Briefing Book
Box   35  
Background/Post-Show (9 folders)
 
Season XIX,  September 1986-September 1987 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
"Sad Day for the FBI" (Richard Miller, first FBI agent to be convicted of espionage),  September 14, 1986
Box   35  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   35  
Transcript
Box   35  
"To Get Rich is Glorious" (the growth of capitalism in China under Deng Xiaoping), Transcript,  September 21, 1986 (see  September 7, 1986 for Background/Post-Show)
Box   35  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  September 28, 1986
 
"Singlaub" (retired Army General John Singlaub and his campaign to deliver guns and money to anti-Communist guerrillas worldwide),  October 5, 1986
Box   35  
Background/Post-Show (2 folders)
Box   35  
Transcript
 
"All the Ex-President's Men" (whether former Presidents really require the millions of dollars of protection they receive at taxpayers' expense),  October 12, 1986
Box   35  
Background/Post-Show
Box   35  
Transcript
 
"Shot Down Over Nicaragua" (Eugene Hasenfus, American civilian pilot accused of being a CIA spy),  October 19, 1986
Box   35  
Background/Post-Show
Box   35  
Transcript
Box   35  
Transcript (no Mike Wallace stories; Wallace introduces Andy Rooney and reads mail),  October 26, 1986
 
"The Brothers Berrigan" (Philip and Daniel Berrigan, noted anti-war activists, waging a civil disobedience campaign against nuclear weapons),  November 16, 1986
Box   35  
Background (2 folders)
 
"Los Quemados" (charges that the Chilean government burned two youths, one of whom, an American, died),  November 23, 1986
Box   36  
Briefing Book
Box   36  
Background
Box   36  
Transcript
 
"The Arms Game" (the possibly illegal arming and financing of foreign military forces by the US Government and private individuals),  November 30, 1986
Box   36  
Background
Box   36  
Transcript
Box   36  
"First Jersey Securities" (the brokerage company and its owner Robert Brennan, presently under government investigation), Transcript,  December 7, 1986 (no Background/Post-Show)
 
"Oprah" (profile of Oprah Winfrey),  December 14, 1986
Box   36  
Background
Box   36  
Transcript
 
"Sam Hall" (American arrested for spying in Nicaragua),  December 21, 1986
Box   36  
Background
Box   36  
Transcript
 
"Beware This Hospital?" (conditions at the San Diego County Hillcrest Mental Health Facility, the only hospital to have Medicare funds taken away by the government),  January 4, 1987
Box   36  
Background
Box   36  
Transcript
 
"A Good Cop" (Frank Friel, a Philadelphia detective who put his career in jeopardy to free a convicted organized crime hitman from death row),  January 11, 1987
Box   36  
Background
Box   36  
Transcript
 
"The Model Minority" (why Asian-American children seem to do better in school than their US-born counterparts),  February 1, 1987
Box   36  
Background
Box   36  
Transcript
 
"The 36 Hour Day" (hospital interns and residents working long days and making critical decisions),  February 8, 1987
Box   36  
Background (3 folders)
Box   36  
Transcript
Box   36  
"The Spy's Wife" (Anne Henderson Pollard, wife of convicted spy Jonathan Pollard), Background,  March 1, 1987
Box   36  
"Killer Trucks" (deregulation in the trucking industry),  March 15, 1987
 
"Soviet Jews" (differing perceptions of what it means to be a Soviet Jew),  March 22, 1987
Box   36  
Background (2 folders)
Box   37  
Transcript
 
"Contra Country" (Honduras' growing discontent with the Contras' presence and efforts to expel them),  March 29, 1987
Box   37  
Briefing Book
Box   37  
Background
 
"Cronyn & Tandy" (profile of the actors Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy),  April 12, 1987
Box   37  
Background (2 folders)
 
"Kurt Waldheim Anchorman?" (report on claims that many Americans have lack of knowledge about history, current events, culture and geography),  April 19, 1987
Box   37  
Background
Box   37  
Transcript
Box   37  
"Sister Thea" (Sister Thea Bowman, a black evangelical nun), Background,  May 3, 1987
Box   37  
"Brooke" (interview with philanthropist Brooke Astor), Background,  May 10, 1987
Box   37  
"Babies M&M" (Mary Beth Whitehead, a surrogate mother battling to keep twins bore for an Arkansas couple), Background,  September 20, 1987
 
Season XX,  September 1987-October 1988 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
Box   37  
"What About Bill Casey?" (interview with Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward about the late CIA Director Bill Casey), Background,  September 27, 1987
Box   37  
"Jesse's Family" (interview with Jesse Jackson and his family in their Greenville, South Carolina home), Post-Show (1 letter),  October 11, 1987
Box   37  
"Shokku!" (the reasons why Japan is the most prosperous country in the world), Transcript,  October 25, 1987 (no Background)
Box   37  
"Is Duvalier Really Gone?" (violence and terrorism as Haiti prepares for its first free election in 30 years), Background,  November 1, 1987
Box   37  
"Arthur Miller: Timebends...A Life" (interview with playwright Arthur Miller), Background,  November 15, 1987
Box   37  
"Joe Slovo" (interview with the only white leader of the outlawed African National Congress' Revolutionary Army in South Africa), Background,  November 22, 1987
 
"Justice For Sale?" (the election of judges in Texas, where trial lawyers contribute the most campaign money),  December 6, 1987
Box   37  
Background (3 folders)
Box   37  
Notes for update
Box   38  
"The Dali Fraud" (an alleged multi-million dollar art scam involving fraudulent Salvador Dali prints), Background,  December 13, 1987
Box   38  
"Vladimir Feltsman" (profile of the pianist and Russian 'refusenik'), Background,  December 20, 1987
 
"But For the Grace of God..." (the new middle-class homeless),  January 10, 1988
Box   38  
Background
Box   38  
Transcript
 
"Noriega" (interview with Panama's military leader General Manuel Antonio Noriega, indicted on drug charges),  February 7, 1988
Box   38  
Background (3 folders)
Box   38  
Transcript
 
"Head of the Class" (the Japanese educational system),  February 21, 1988
Box   38  
Background
Box   38  
Transcript
 
"Noriega" (second interview, following abortive coup against him); "Who Killed Penny Serra?" (unsolved  1973 murder in New Haven, Connecticut, and allegations of an official cover-up),  February 28, 1988
Box   38  
Background ("Noriega")
Box   38  
Background ("Penny Serra")
Box   38  
"Wheeler, Dealer, Squealer" (convicted swindler and FBI informant Mike Raymond), Background,  March 6, 1988
Box   38  
"The Anschluss Plus 50" (Austria's annexation by Hitler re-examined, and Kurt Waldheim's Nazi past), Background,  March 13, 1988
 
"The Chairman" (profile of Admiral William J. Crowe, Jr., Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff),  March 20, 1988
Box   38  
Background (2 folders)
Box   38  
Transcript
 
"The Kongsberg Connection" (the Kongsberg Company, owned by the Norwegian Government, conspired with the Japanese company Toshiba to sell sensitive technology to the Soviet Union),  April 10, 1988
Box   38  
Background
Box   38  
Transcript
Box   38  
"The Preacher and the Stingman" (collaboration between Pentecostal preacher Reverend John Burgess and FBI agent Jerry King to expose corruption in Mississippi government), Background,  May 8, 1988
Box   38  
"Victims" (a California crime victims aid program, charged with mismanagement and fraud), Background,  May 22, 1988
Box   39  
"Divorce Lawyer" (profile of Marvin Mitchelson, currently facing charges that he sexually assaulted clients), Background,  June 26, 1988
Box   39  
"Joe Slovo" repeat (original air date: November 22, 1987), Updated Introduction,  August 14, 1988
Box   39  
Repeats and updates (memoranda, etc. from producers)
 
"The Two Mrs. Lennons" (interviews with John Lennon's first wife Cynthia and his widow Yoko Ono),  October 2, 1988
Box   39  
Background (2 folders)
 
Season XXI,  October 1988-September 1989 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
Box   39  
Best of 60 Minutes Specials, October 10,  October 17, 1988
 
"Soviet Georgia" (profile of Soviet Georgia),  October 9, 1988
Box   39  
Background
Box   39  
Transcript
 
"Foreign Agent" (former US government officials hired by foreign countries and corporations as Washington lobbyists),  October 16, 1988
Box   39  
Background (3 folders)
 
"A.I.P.A.C." (the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee, one of the most effective lobby groups in the US, and its role in Congressional legislation and elections),  October 23, 1988
Box   39  
Background (4 folders)
Box   39  
Transcript
 
"Edward Teller" (interview with the father of the H-bomb and leading advocate of the Strategic Defense Initiative),  November 13, 1988
Box   40  
Background (3 folders)
 
"The Pollards" (interview with Jonathan Pollard, serving a life sentence for spying on the US for Israel, and Anne Pollard, serving five years as an accomplice),  November 20, 1988
Box   40  
Background (3 folders)
Box   40  
Transcript
 
"Robert Maxwell" (profile of the British media mogul),  December 4, 1988
Box   40  
Background (2 folders)
Box   40  
Transcript
 
"The Judge" (profile of Burton Roberts, Chief Administrative Judge in the Bronx),  December 18, 1988
Box   40  
Background (2 folders)
Box   40  
Transcript
 
"Women in Combat?" (the controversy over whether the  1948 law preventing women from taking part in direct combat should be overturned),  January 1, 1989
Box   40  
Background (2 folders)
Box   40  
Transcript
 
"Honduras" (the discontent over the presence of the Nicaraguan Contras),  January 8, 1989
Box   41  
Background (4 folders)
Box   41  
Transcript
 
"The Reagans" (interview with President and Nancy Reagan),  January 15, 1989
Box   41  
Background (3 folders)
Box   41  
Transcript
 
"Merv's Money" (interview with Merv Griffin and report on his dealings with Donald Trump over Resorts International),  February 5, 1989
Box   41  
Background (2 folders)
Box   41  
Transcript
 
"Cpl. Bracy's Confession" (interview with former Marine Corporal Arnold Bracy, accused of allowing Soviet spies into sensitive areas of the US Embassy in Moscow),  February 12, 1989
Box   41  
Background (2 folders)
 
"Yasser Arafat" (interview),  February 19, 1989
Box   41  
Background (3 folders)
Box   41  
Transcript
 
"Strom vs. Boeing" (Robert Strom, suing Boeing Company, claiming their EMP (electromagnetic energy produced from a nuclear explosion) testing led to his and his co-workers' leukemia),  March 5, 1989
Box   42  
Background (2 folders)
Box   42  
Transcript (not labeled 'final transcript')
 
"1000 Per Cent Inflation" (how Brazilians are coping with very high inflation),  March 12, 1989
Box   42  
Background (3 folders)
Box   42  
Transcript
 
"Estonia,"  March 26, 1989
Box   42  
Background (2 folders)
 
"Insane by Choice" (Gena Spero, defendant in a Massachusetts murder case that has not come to trial because she will not take the antipsychotic medication that would make her capable of testifying),  April 2, 1989
Box   42  
Background
Box   42  
Transcript
 
"RU 486" (controversial new abortion pill available only in France),  April 9, 1989
Box   42  
Background (2 folders)
Box   42  
Transcript
 
"Alfred Hempel" (report on former German Army officer and alleged principal black market supplier of nuclear products to third-world countries trying to manufacture A-Bombs),  April 16, 1989
Box   42  
Background (2 folders)
Box   42  
Summer repeats and updates (memorandum from producer)
Box   42  
"Sad Day for the F.B.I." repeat (original air date: September 14, 1986), Transcript,  April 30, 1989
 
"Sue the Doctors" (increased medical malpractice suits and rising insurance premiums are forcing obstetricians out),  May 7, 1989
Box   42  
Background (2 folders)
Box   42  
Transcript
Box   42  
"The Alliance" (The Alliance, a group of California lawyers and law firms controlled by Los Angeles attorney Lynn Stites, charged with defrauding insurance companies), Background,  May 21, 1989
Box   42  
"The Ayatollah" repeat (original air date: November 18, 1979), Update Material,  June 4, 1989
Box   42  
"To Get Rich is Glorious" repeat (original air date: September 7, 1986), Update Materials,  June 11, 1989
Box   43  
Summer  1989 Repeats
Box   43  
"The Pollards" repeat (original air date: November 20, 1988), Update Materials,  June 18, 1989
Box   43  
"The Mercenary and the Mouthpiece" repeat (original air date: February 9, 1986), Update Materials,  June 25, 1989
Box   43  
"Robert Maxwell" repeat (original air date: December 4, 1988), Update Materials,  July 23, 1989
Box   43  
"Estonia" repeat (original air date: March 26, 1989), Update Materials,  August 6, 1989
Box   43  
"Merv's Money" repeat (original air date: February 5, 1989), Update Materials,  August 13, 1989
Box   43  
"RU 486" repeat (original air date: April 9, 1989), Update Materials,  August 20, 1989
Box   43  
"1000 Per Cent Inflation" repeat (original air date: March 12, 1989), Update Materials,  September 3, 1989
Box   43  
"Insane by Choice?" repeat (original air date: April 2, 1989), Update Materials,  September 10, 1989
 
Season XXII,  September 1989-September 1990 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
"Voyage of Discovery" (the unprecedented inspection tour of highly sensitive Soviet military installations by Admiral William Crowe, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff),  September 17, 1989
Box   43  
Background (3 folders)
Box   43  
Transcript
 
"Taylor's Kids" (wealthy Louisiana oilman Patrick Taylor, who has promised to pay college tuition for several New Orleans inner city students if they meet certain standards in high school),  September 24, 1989
Box   43  
Background (2 folders)
Box   43  
Transcript
 
"Harm's Way" (Genisco Technology Corporation, whose employees falsified test results on a HARM missile component),  October 8, 1989
Box   43  
Background
Box   43  
Transcript
 
"My Turn" (interview with former First Lady Nancy Reagan about her forthcoming bookMy Turn ),  October 15, 1989
Box   43  
Briefing Book
Box   43  
Background (2 folders)
Box   43  
Transcript
 
"Felix Rodriguez" (interview with former CIA member, involved in many agency operations in Latin America and Vietnam since 1960),  October 22, 1989
Box   43  
Background (2 folders)
Box   43  
Transcript
 
"U.S.S. Iowa" (alleged serious flaws in the US Navy's investigation of the explosion on the battleship),  November 5, 1989
Box   44  
Background (2 folders)
Box   44  
Transcript
Box   44  
"Till Death Us Do Part" (increase of suicides among the elderly), Background,  November 19, 1989
 
"40,000 A Day" (high mortality rate among children in third world countries, (focusing on Tanzania), mostly due to malnutrition and preventable disease),  November 26, 1989
Box   44  
Background (5 folders)
Box   44  
Transcript
 
"A View From the Other Side" (interview with Soviet spokesman Genadii Gerasimov),  December 3, 1989
Box   44  
Background
Box   44  
Transcript
 
"The Last Gulag" (French videotaped report on life inside Perm 35, the last camp holding political prisoners in the USSR, presented by Wallace and commented on by Anatoly Sharansky),  December 10, 1989
Box   44  
Background
Box   44  
Transcript
Box   44  
"The Minister of Cocaine" update (original air date: March 1, 1981), Update Materials,  December 17, 1989
Box   44  
"Vladimir Horowitz" repeat (original air date: December 26, 1977), Update Materials,  December 24, 1989
Box   44  
"Helen Hayes" repeat (original air date: December 4, 1983), Update Materials,  December 31, 1977
Box   44  
"Justice in a Company Town" (two drug-related arrests in Fort Mill, South Carolina, a textile town dominated by Spring Industries; the factory worker was sentenced to two years; the son of the owner did not get a jail sentence), Background,  January 7, 1990
 
"Melinda" (interview with 12-year-old muscular dystrophy victim Melinda Lawrence, who has written a book called My Life),  January 14, 1990
Box   44  
Background (2 folders)
Box   44  
Transcript
Box   44  
"Want to be your own boss"  January 16, 1990     (bluesheet only) 
 
"Life or Death" (the last days of convicted murderer Dalton Prejean, on Louisiana's death row),  January 21, 1990
Box   44  
Background (2 folders)
Box   44  
Briefing Book
 
"The McMartin Pre-School" update (original air date: November 2, 1986),  February 4, 1990
Box   45  
Update Materials (2 folders)
 
"Joseph Stalin" (Memorial, an unofficial Soviet group publicizing Stalin's atrocities),  February 11, 1990
Box   45  
Background (6 folders)
 
"Stealth" (the Stealth Bomber),  February 18, 1990
Box   45  
Background
Box   45  
Transcript
 
"The Gospel According to Saxon" (controversial high school textbook author John Saxon),  March 4, 1990
Box   45  
Background (2 folders)
Box   45  
Post-Show
 
"Who Shot Ernestine Perea?" (Wyoming criminal investigation resulting in the imprisonment of an innocent man, and the national shortage of forensic pathologists),  March 18, 1990
Box   45  
Background (2 folders)
Box   106  
The Walkers,  March 25, 1990
Box   106  
Daily News and Unions,  April 1, 1990
Box   106  
"Slava" (Mstislav Rostropovich),  April 8, 1990
Box   106  
"Meth" (Methamphetamine),  April 22, 1990
Box   106  
The Alliance (repeat),  April 29, 1990
Box   106  
"Donna and Ricardo's baby" (update of  1988 feature),  April 29, 1990
Box   106  
Torture of a PFC, James Griffin,  May 6, 1990
Box   107  
Who shall live?  May 13, 1990
Box   107  
Thirty-six hour day (repeat),  June 3, 1990
Box   107  
Summer repeats
Box   107  
Special Mike Wallace:Then and Now,  September 26, 1990
Box   107  
Education special
 
Season XXIII,  September 1990-September 1991 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
Box   107  
Who killed Gerald Bull?  September 16, 1990
Box   107  
"Victims of Just Cause" (Panama casualties),  September 30, 1990
Box   108  
"Iran: 10 years later"  October 21, 1990
Box   108  
Salmon Rushdie,  October 28, 1990
Box   108  
"Bad cops" (Oakland housing police),  November 4, 1990     (no file received for this program) 
Box   108  
"If push comes to shove" (ADATS),  November 11, 1990
Box   108  
"Friday night lights" (Buzz Bessinger),  November 25, 1990
Box   108  
Temple Mount murder,  December 2, 1990
Box   109  
Michael McGee of Milwaukee,  December 9, 1990 (2 folders)
Box   W3  
T.V. Millions, December 23,1990 (2 folders)  [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   109  
Combat stress, January 6,1991
Box   109  
"Iraqi Terror"  January 13, 1991
Box   109  
"Inferno" (Kuwaiti oil fields),  January 20, 1991
Box   109  
Moscow,  February 3, 1991
Box   109  
"A Letter from Jermarr" (Jermarr Arnold),  February 17, 1991
Box   109  
"My family is missing" (The Feltus Family),  March 3, 1991
Box   110  
"The Washington Monument" (Clark Clifford),  March 17, 1991     (include 1990 interview with CC) 
Box   110  
"The Trials of Mike Dowd"  March 24, 1991
Box   110  
"Brucification!" (Bruce Cutler),  April 7, 1991
Box   110  
"Nixon and Russia",  April 14, 1991
Box   110  
"War Games" (Japan Technology),  April 21, 1991
Box   110  
"Senator Alphonse D'Amato"  April 28, 1991
Box   110  
Mustard gas,  June 16, 1991
Box   111  
 June 23, 1991 (Soviet retrospective)
Box   111  
 1991 repeats
Box   111  
 September 25, 1991 (Soviet Coup)
 
Season XXIV,  September 1991-June 1992 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
Box   111  
 September 15, 1991 (Live or Die)
Box   111  
 September 29, 1991 ("1-800-Con Man"; credit card fraud)
Box   111  
 October 6, 1991 (Choice in schools)
Box   111  
 October 20, 1991 (Iowa revisited)
Box   111  
 November 3, 1991 ("George Bush vs. George Bush" combined with Population/Mexico)
Box   111  
 November 17, 1991 ("Iraqi nuclear program")
Box   111  
 November 24, 1991 ("Barbra")
Box   112  
 December 8, 1991 (Mississippi Christmas Tree)
Box   112  
 December 15, 1991 ("Take the Money and Run"; Deadbeat Doctors)
Box   112  
 December 29, 1991 (Rikers Island)
Box   112  
 January 12, 1992 ("Black Market Babies"-Tennessee Children's Home Society scandal)
Box   112  
 January 19, 1992 (Father Greg Boyle)
Box   112  
 February 2, 1992 ("The Russians are Coming" to Israel)
Box   112  
 February 16, 1992 (Villain or victim?)
Box   112  
 March 1, 1992 (Rogue Warrior; also called Red Cell)
Box   W3  
 March 29, 1992 (Henry Kissinger)  [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   113  
 May 10, 1992 (Genes)
Box   113  
 May 17, 1992 (California doctor murder conviction)
Box   113  
Updates  1992
Box   113  
 June 17, 1992 ("Watergate: The Secret Story" CBS documentary)
 
Season XXV,  September 1992-June 1993 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
Box   113  
 September 13, 1992 (Gay cops)
Box   114  
 September 20, 1992 (Christopher Dragoul)
Box   114  
 October 4, 1992 ("Made in the U.S.A.")
Box   114  
 November 1, 1992 (The Chairman Henry Gonzalez)
Box   114  
 November 1992 (Election night coverage)
Box   114  
 November 8, 1992 (Kirk Douglas)
Box   114  
 November 29, 1992 (Parricide)
Box   114  
 December 6, 1992 (Marilyn Horne)
Box   115  
December 20.  1992 (Pan AM 103)
Box   115  
 January 3, 1993 (Alexander Zuyev)
Box   115  
 January 10, 1993 ("Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Harassment")
Box   115  
 January 17, 1993 ("A hand in the till"; South Carolina political corruption)
Box   115  
 January 24, 1993 ("Michael Carey, M.D.")     (includes materials from viewers relating to cat shooting for medical purposes) 
Box   116  
 February 7, 1993 ("War criminal?: Bosnia atrocities)
Box   116  
 February 21, 1993 ("Totaled"; automobile rip-offs)
Box   116  
 February 28, 1993 ("Sharks don't get cancer"; use of shark cartilage in cancer treatment)
Box   116  
 March 7, 1993 ("The Rev. Sharpton")     (includes photographs) 
Box   116  
 March 21, 1993 ("The Archbishop"; sexual abuse in Catholic Church New Mexico)
Box   116  
 March 28, 1993 ("Hongcouver")
Box   116  
 April 11, 1993 ("Joint venture"; fetuses for sale)
Box   116  
 April 18, 1993 ("Sidney Rittenberg")
Box   116  
 May 16, 1993 ("Rock Newman" manager of Riddick Bowe)     (includes photos) 
Box   117  
 1993 repeats
 
Season XXVI,  September 1993-March 1994 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
Box   117  
 September 12, 1993 (California prisons, Pelican Bay)
Box   117  
 September 19, 1993 (U.N. Waste)
Box   117  
 September 26, 1993 (Pavarotti)
Box   117  
 October 10, 1993 (Propaganda in the classroom)
Box   W2  
 February 6, 1994 (Equal justice or The Getaway drivers) (re Katherine Ann Power/Joe Yandle parole hearings)  [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   118  
 March 13, 1994 (Murderer in Law School, James Hamm)
Box   118  
 March 20, 1994 (Holocaust deniers)
 
Season XXVII,  September 1994-September 1995 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
Box   118  
 September 11, 1994 (Robert "Bud" MacFarlane)
Box   118  
 October 2, 1994 ("An Exercise In Hypocrisy?" Bosnia war crimes)
Box   118  
 October 16, 1994 (Limone allele)
Box   118  
 October 30, 1994 (NOPD Blues)
Box   118  
 November 6, 1994 (Guatemala and Jennifer Harbury)
Box   118  
 November 13, 1994 (El Sayyid Nosiar's Notebook; American Muslim Community Islamic radicalism)
Box   118  
 November 27, 1994 (Jeanne Moreau)
Box   118  
 December 18, 1994 (Father & Son; William Meyer/Hemlock Society)
Box   119  
Summer  1995 reruns and updates
 
Season XXVIII,  September 1995-April 1996 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
Box   119  
 September 17, 1995 (Wanted Radovan Karadzic)
Box   119  
 September 24, 1995 (Ben Bradley)
Box   119  
 October 8, 1995 (What about Vince Foster?)
Box   119  
 October 22, 1995 (My Fair Lady; Julie Andrews) (2 folders)
Box   119  
 October 29, 1995 (Land mines)
Box   119  
 November 5, 1995 (Yitzhak Rabin)
Box   119  
 November 26, 1995 (Life...by transplant)
Box   119  
 December 3, 1995 (The Last Time We Saw Paris)
Box   120  
 January 14, 1996 (Kidnapped; with Steve Kroft)
Box   120  
 January 21, 1996 Starved To Death (Chinese Orphans)
Box   120  
March 3, 1996/ March 17,  1996 (Prison Rape)
Box   120  
 April 7, 1996 (The Mormons)
 
Season XXIX, September 1996-Summer  1997 [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
Box   120  
September (?),  1996 (Richard Jewell)
Box   120  
September 26 (?),  1996 ("Ted's Family" Theodore Kaczynski)
Box   120  
October 10 (?),  1996 (Jim Burrows)
Box   120  
 October 27, 1996 (Columbia HCA Healthcare)
Box   121  
 November 3, 1996 (Nazi Gold)
Box   121  
 November 10, 1996 (Tina Turner)
Box   121  
 November 17, 1996 (Rick Nuccio; State Department envoy to Guatemala who discovered CIA secret regarding killing of Jennifer Harbury's husband, a Guatemalan guerilla)
Box   121  
 December 8, 1996 ("You Arrogant Journalists"; News Council)
Box   121  
 December 15, 1996 (8 Years and Counting; Libya and Pan Am)
Box   121  
 December 22, 1996 (How Sweet Is It?; Aspartame)
Box   121  
January (?)  1997 (Mississippi-Trustmark National Bank)
Box   121  
 February 2, 1997 ("Canada's Dark Secret," Canada as a haven for Nazi war criminals)
Box   121  
 March 9, 1997 ("IPB" Iowa Beef Processors and allegations of dangerous work practices)
Box   121  
 March 30, 1997 (Deadliest Prison; Corcoran)
Box   121  
Summer repeats
 
Dead Stories [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]
 
 1981-1984
Box   48  
Atlanta,  1981 (murdered black children and the KKK)
Box   48  
Campaign Money,  1981-1982 (PACs; Paul Sarbanes versus NCPAC)
Box   48  
Canadian Rescue of Americans,  1981 (six US diplomats in Iran smuggled out by Canadian Embassy after hostage takeover)
Box   48  
Computerland,  1984 (William Millard)
Box   48  
Cuba,  1982-1983 (Institute for Policy Studies' Saul Landau arranging Castro interview)
Box   48  
Futures Scam,  1981-1982 (commodities futures trading)
Box   48  
Goetz, Bernard,  1984
Box   48  
Holocaust Revisited,  1983 (revisionism)
Box   48  
Honduras,  1984
Box   48  
Kansas City Mob,  undated
Box   48  
Land Fraud,  1983 (worthless US land bought by Europeans)
Box   48  
Lebanon,  1983
Box   48  
Levin, Jeremy,  1984 (kidnapped CNN bureau chief in Beirut)
Box   48  
Murdoch, Rupert,  1984
Box   48  
NATO,  1982
Box   48  
Nicaragua,  1982 (CBS Special Reports: Central America )
Box   48  
Nitze, Paul,  1983 (US Arms Negotiator)
Box   48  
Nuclear Freeze,  1982
Box   48  
Poland,  1984
Box   48  
Roche versus Adams,  1984 (Hoffman/LaRoche Pharmaceuticals versus whistleblower Stanley Adams)
Box   48  
Saudi Arabia,  1983
Box   48  
Savidge, Mark,  1983 (wrongful murder conviction)
Box   48  
Smalley, Ian,  1982-1983 (arms merchant)
Box   48  
Soviet Soldiers,  1983 (in Afghanistan)
Box   48  
Technology Transfer,  undated (Soviets buying computer technology)
Box   48  
Third World Drugging,  1984
Box   48  
von Bulow, Claus, and Allan Dershowitz,  1983
Box   48  
Walker, James Dean,  1984
Box   48  
Wick, Charles,  1984
Box   48  
Wilson, Edwin P.,  1983 (CIA agent)
 
 1985-1987
Box   48  
Afghanistan,  1987
Box   48  
AIDS,  1987
Box   48  
Aldrich, David,  1985 (Human Rights in the USSR story idea)
Box   48  
The Ambassador's Wife,  1987 (US Ambassador to Romania Harry Barnes' wife Elizabeth's affair with Romanian Securitate undercover agent)
Box   49  
Bennett, William J.,  1986 (US Secretary of Education) background materials; notes, interviews, copy (2 folders)
Box   49  
Bias, Len,  1986
Box   49  
Bio War,  1985 (biological warfare and the Soviet Union)
Box   49  
Buchanan, Pat,  1985
Box   49  
Capital Punishment,  1985
Box   49  
Cardinal O'Connor,  1987
Box   49  
Center for Defense Information,  1986 (Star Wars story idea)
Box   49  
Chile,  1986
Box   49  
Claiborne, Judge Harry E.,  1986 (impeached and convicted federal judge)
Box   49  
Deaver, Mike,  1986 (lobbying, conflict of interest)
Box   49  
Drug Enforcement Agency and The Mexican Connection,  1986 (murder of DEA agent Enrique Camarena Salazar; includes newspaper coverage of Wallace preparing story for60 Minutes )
Box   49  
El Salvador,  1987
Box   49  
Gorbachev,  1986
Box   49  
Hart, Gary,  1987
Box   49  
Hartman, Arthur, US Ambassador to USSR,  1986
Box   49  
High-Tech Baby Boom,  1987
Box   49  
In the Name of Allah,  1985 (American children abducted by Moslem fathers)
Box   49  
Iran Today,  1985
Box   49  
Iran,  1987
Box   49  
Jinsheng, Wei,  1986 (Chinese imprisoned dissident)
Box   49  
Korean Olympics,  1987
Box   49  
La Rouche, Lyndon, Jr.,  1986
Box   W2  
Laxalt, Paul,  1984-1986 (alleged ties to organized crime) (2 folders)  [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   49  
Libya and Qaddafi,  1985
Box   49  
Lucas, Henry Lee,  1985
Box   49  
M-48 Torpedo,  1987
Box   49  
Marcos' Wealth,  1986
Box   49  
Nicaragua,  1985
Box   49  
People versus Sagon Penn,  1987 (San Diego Police Department and African American man tried for murder)
Box   49  
Philippine Vigilantes,  1987
Box   49  
Pickens, T. Boone, Jr.,  1985 (Corporate raider)
Box   49  
Posner, Vladimir,  1986 (Soviet spokesman)
Box   49  
POW/MIAs in Southeast Asia and Bo Gritz,  1986 (2 folders)
Box   50  
POW/MIAs in Southeast Asia and Bo Gritz,  1986 (1 folder)
Box   50  
Producer Story Ideas,  1986
Box   50  
Romania,  1987
Box   50  
Savings and Loan Crisis,  1987
Box   50  
Scientific Fraud,  1985 (Harvard University researchers falsifying data in animal studies funded by NIH grants)
Box   50  
Sharon, Ariel,  1985
Box   50  
Sharansky, Anatoly and Avital,  1986 (Soviet dissidents)
Box   50  
Singlaub, General Jack,  1986 (Nicaraguan Contras, World Anti-Communist League; proposed follow-up to 60 Minutes story aired 10/5/86)
Box   50  
South Africa,  1985
Box   50  
Soviet Sports,  1986
Box   50  
Spain, Johnny,  1986 (San Quentin)
Box   50  
A Town Gone Bad,  1985 (Everglades City, Florida, and drug smuggling)
Box   50  
Turks and Caicos Islands,  1985
Box   50  
UNESCO,  1985-1986
Box   50  
Union Carbide,  1986
Box   50  
Vivas, Felix,  1985-1986 (correspondence received)
Box   50  
Wal-Mart,  1985
Box   50  
Ward, Michael,  1986 (producer; various story ideas)
Box   50  
Wilson, Edwin P.,  1986 (CIA agent in prison)
Box   50  
Worthy, William,  1986 (story ideas)
Box   50  
Zion's Troubled Children,  1986 ("Israel's new generation of racists")
 
 1988-1991
Box   50  
Agnelli, Giovanni,  1988 (Fiat)
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Akhromeyev, Sergei, Marshall  1988
Box   50  
Baxter Boycott,  1991 (Pharmaceutical supply company and bribes to trade with Arab countries)
Box   50  
Beirut,  1990
Box   50  
The Black Budget,  1990 (Pentagon's secret treasury)
Box   50  
Blacks in the Military,  1991
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Black Studies,  1990
Box   50  
Bluesheets (miscellaneous),  1990
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Bombay,  1988
Box   50  
Brawley, Tawana,  1988
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Brunei-Crisis in Paradus,  1988
Box   50  
Bush, Barbara,  1989
Box   50  
Chapman, Tracy,  1989
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Children of the Intifada,  1989
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China with Nixon,  1989 (proposed accompanying Nixon on trip to China)
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Cocaine chemistry,  1989
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The Collaborators,  1989 (Palestinian collaboration with Israelis)
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Combat Stress,  1988
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Faked Footage,  1989 (Afghanistan)
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Germany Reunified?,  1989
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Gorbachev, Mikhail,  1988
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Hong Kong Boat People,  1989
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Horne, Marilyn,  1988
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Howard, Dan,  1988
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Hussein, Saddam,  1991
Box   50  
Iran-President Hojatolislam Hashemi Rafsanjani,  1989
Box   50  
Ishihara, Shintaro,  1989 (Japanese politician)
Box   50  
The Ivory Slaughter,  1989 (African elephants)
Box   50  
The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations,  1989 (Hospital accreditation and negligence in Texas; Suzanne St. Pierre produced extensive background materials for this story)
Box   50  
Jordan-Yossi Melman,  1989
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Lehder, Carlos,  1989-1990 (imprisoned Latin American--Colombian?; several exchanges of correspondence trying to get an interview with him)
Box   50  
Lithuania,  1988 (Eastern Bloc Nationalism)
Box   50  
Madonna,  1991
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Maritime Crime,  undated (late  1988 ?)
Box   50  
McFerrin, Bobby,  1989
Box   50  
Memphis Cops,  1989 (2 folders)
Box   50  
Menuhin, Yehudi,  1991
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Missile Smuggling,  1988
Box   50  
Morales, Santiago,  1989
Box   50  
My Lai,  1988
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The Networks,  1990 (underground anti-Communist organizations)
Box   50  
Oakland Housing Authority security force,  1990
Box   50  
Obeid, Sheik Abdul,  1989
Box   50  
Operation Lost Trust,  1990 (Legislators selling votes caught in sting)
Box   50  
Organized Crime-The decline of the mob,  1989
Box   50  
Owen, Conan,  1988 (American jailed in Spain for drug possession, possibly falsely imprisoned or undercover agent)
Box   50  
Palestinian guns, mafia drugs,  1989
Box   50  
Panama,  1988 and  1990
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The Pentagon Santa,  1990 (bribery)
Box   51  
Peru-The shining path ascendant,  1989
Box   51  
The Pharmacist's Phriends,  1989 (medical insurance fraud in Virginia)
Box   51  
Pierce, Samuel,  1989
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Pit Bulls,  1990
Box   51  
Poland,  1989
Box   51  
Public Enemy,  1990     (includes copy of book, Stop the Violence: Overcoming Self-Destruction, published by the National Urban League) 
Box   51  
The Record Promoters,  1990 (payola and the recording business)
Box   51  
Reporters: Truth Seekers or Con Men?,  1989 (ethics and journalism)
Box   51  
Rhinos,  1988
Box   51  
Rich, Marc,  1988
Box   51  
Romania,  1989
Box   51  
Rooney, Mickey,  1991
Box   51  
Saddam Hussein's Gun Money,  1991
Box   51  
Satra Export and Ara Oztemel,  1989 (Coca Cola, trade with the USSR, and bribery)
Box   51  
Schwarzkopf, General Norman,  1991
Box   51  
Shantytown/Nairobi,  1989
Box   51  
Shevardnadze, Eduard,  1991
Box   51  
Snepp, Frank,  1989 (proposed re-airing of  1977 story of Vietnam war cover-up
Box   51  
Soccer Thugs,  1989 (violent British fans)
Box   51  
Soros Foundation (Hungary),  1989 (6 folders)
Box   51  
Soviet Winter,  1989
Box   51  
Taiwan/New China/Competitiveness,  1990 (4 folders and 4 beta videotapes)
Box   51  
Tax Reform,  1989 (hidden tax breaks for the wealthy)
Box   51  
Trade Shows,  1991
Box   51  
Watson, Elizabeth,  1990 (Houston's first woman police chief)
Box   51  
Widow's Revenge,  1988
Box   51  
Wilding,  1989 (attack of the Central Park jogger)
Box   51  
Wolf, Markus,  1989 (former East German spy, now leader of opposition movement)
Box   51  
The Wounded Come Home,  1991 (Gulf War Veterans)
Box   51  
Xanax,  1989
Box   51  
Various story possibilities,  1988-1989
 
Background Files [subseries] [Permission required for use, see Access and Use section for details.]     (includes both programs aired and ideas proposed) 
 
 1988
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Child poverty
Box   122  
General motors
Box   122  
Spain
 
 1989
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Anti-slavery society
Box   122  
Bazookas
Box   122  
Bloch, Felix
Box   122  
Castro-The Last Stalinist
Box   122  
Chapter 11-Lawyer's Feast
Box   122  
Cold Fusion
Box   122  
Cops get scammed
Box   W2  
Foley, Robert (?) (Interview containing accusations of sexual misconduct against a public figure)  [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   122  
Hezbollah
Box   122  
KGB
Box   122  
Malcolm X
Box   122  
Moiseyev, Mikhail, General (Chair, Armed Forces, Soviet Union)
Box   122  
Moscow P.I.
Box   122  
Nairobi
Box   122  
NATO
Box   122  
Reporters: Truth Seekers or Con Men
Box   122  
Russian Mafia
Box   122  
Soviet space program (Star City) (2 folders)
Box   122  
Strong, Morgan
Box   122  
Tashkent
Box   122  
El Topo Guno
 
 1990
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250,000 a day
Box   122  
Antarctica
Box   122  
Aral Sea
Box   122  
Brazil (Collor de Mello)
Box   122  
Canada health care
Box   122  
Champion Research
Box   122  
Clark, Cherie
Box   122  
Clifford, Clark (book on Vietnam era) (2 folders)
Box   122  
Drugs-High cost drugs
Box   122  
Gorbachevs
Box   122  
India
Box   122  
Intifada
Box   122  
Japanese-More neighborly
Box   122  
Jesuits
Box   122  
Lawyers feast
Box   122  
The Joker-Jack Nicholson
Box   122  
Mammogram
Box   122  
Nomenklatura
Box   122  
Noriega, Manuel
Box   122  
Ostrovski, Victor (and the Mossad)
Box   122  
Patent theft
Box   122  
Pentagon Santa
Box   122  
Pola, Roberto (2 folders)
Box   122  
Russians in Israel
Box   122  
Solti, Sir Georg
Box   122  
Sununu, John
Box   122  
Syria (President Hafez Al Assad)
Box   122  
Thompson, John
Box   122  
Yetnikoff
 
 1991
Box   123  
American War Profiteers/We Armed Iraq
Box   123  
Arafat, Yasser
Box   123  
Cuba and Fidel Castro
Box   123  
Hill, Anita
Box   123  
Malcolm X
Box   123  
Nomenklatura
Box   123  
Olympics
Box   123  
Silent Coup (Book on Watergate by Robert Gettlin and Len Colodny) (Cancelled)
Box   123  
Animal Liberation Front
Box   123  
Baghdad Revisited
Box   123  
Goodwill Industries
Box   123  
Great Giveaway
Box   123  
Hussein, Saddam
Box   123  
Kessler (David) and the FDA)
Box   123  
Mandelas
Box   123  
Powell, Colin
Box   123  
Rooney, Mickey (includes audio cassette)
Box   123  
Wilder, Douglas
 
 1992
Box   123  
Douglas, Kirk (Aired November 8, 1992)
Box   123  
Female Circumcision
Box   123  
Haiti
Box   123  
Smith, Charles (Drug Dealer and Washington, D.C. Police Cadet)
Box   123  
South Africa and F. W. De Klerk
Box   123  
Yeltsin, Boris
Box   123  
Bankruptcy
Box   123  
China
Box   123  
Dahmer, Jeffrey
Box   123  
Drogoul, Christopher
Box   123  
Drug pricing
Box   123  
Firesafe cigarettes
Box   123  
Lawyers fees (2 folders)
Box   123  
Miscellaneous
Box   123  
Moyers, Bill
Box   123  
Nolte, Nick
Box   123  
Solti, Sir Georg
 
 1993
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"CIA's Cocaine," aired November 21
Box   124  
"Crime and Punishment" (California Prison System), aired  December 26, 1993
Box   124  
Cuba and Fidel Castro
Box   124  
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)
Box   124  
Holland, Joe (Harvard Law School graduate opened a Ben & Jerry's franchise in Harlem)
Box   124  
Iraq and Saddam Hussein
Box   124  
"Mitch Snyder's Legacy" (homeless shelter in Washington, D.C.), aired December 12
Box   124  
"Rogue Cop" (Michael Dowd a policeman who stole and dealt drugs in New York City), aired October 17
Box   124  
Seabeco and Borris Birhstein
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Tailhook (2 folders)
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United Nations
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United States v. E. Robert Wallach
Box   124  
Arafat, Yasser
Box   124  
Childnapping in Bogota
Box   124  
Clinton, Hilary Rodham
Box   124  
Cocaine
Box   124  
Electromagnetic radiation in Moscow
Box   124  
Emergency Room Medicine
Box   124  
Free trade ripoff
Box   124  
Haiti
Box   124  
Jacobs, Dr. Joe
Box   124  
Livingston, Robert
Box   124  
Porcello, Reginald
Box   124  
Red mercury
Box   124  
Roseanne (Roseanne Arnold)
Box   124  
Sessions, William
Box   124  
South Africa
Box   124  
Walsh, Lawrence
Box   124  
Weizman, Ezer
 
 1994
Box   125  
Astronauts
Box   125  
China
Box   125  
Clipper Chip and Digital Technology
Box   125  
"El Sayyid Nosiar's Notebook" (notebook seized from the apartment of one of the men involved with the  1992 bombing of the World Trade Center), aired  November 13, 1994
Box   125  
"Exercise in Hypocrisy" (War Crimes Tribunal), aired  October 2, 1994
Box   125  
Farrakhan, Louis
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Ferguson, Colin (opened fire on Long Island Rail Road train)
Box   125  
Funding the Jewish Right in Israel
Box   125  
"Gene from Limone" (mutant gene in Limone helps prevent heart attacks), aired  October 16, 1994
Box   125  
"Girl Next Door" (Kelly Michaels, accused of child abuse), aired  April 10, 1994 rerun  September 4, 1994
Box   125  
Grady Family (Coast Guard family and accusations of fraternization), aired  February 20, 1994
Box   125  
Holocaust Denial, aired  March 20, 1994
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"Jeanne Moreau," aired  November 27, 1994
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"Jennifer Harbury" (wife of Guatemalan guerrilla commander said to be dead by the Guatemalan army, goes on hunger strike in belief he is still alive), aired  November 6, 1994
Box   125  
Hezbollah/Syria/Lebanon/Beirut (1 folder and 1 expanding file)
Box   125  
Kennedy (Robert F.) assassination
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Medicaid and HMOs
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Moussavi, Kaveh (life threatened because he refused to pay $1 million bribe from IBM to the Mexican government), aired  May 1994 (3 folders)
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New Orleans Police Department
Box   125  
Orphan Drugs
Box   125  
Patriot Games
Box   125  
"Solzhenitsyn" (Alexander Solzhenitsyn), aired  April 24, 1994
Box   126  
"Up in Smoke" (Cigarettes and fire), aired  March 27, 1994 (2 folders)
Box   126  
Violence in America
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Vogels, Herb and Dorothy (patrons of the arts)
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Wachner, Linda
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Worby, Rachael
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Who's the Enemy? (CIA, Aldrich Ames, etc.)
Box   126  
Woodward, Bob (speaking on his new book on President Bill Clinton), aired  June 5, 1994
 
 1995
Box   126  
Ballotechnics
Box   126  
Brokers
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"Catholics, The," aired  April 16, 1995
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Chandler, Ronnie (Convicted and sentenced to death under federal drug-king-pin law) (2 folders)
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"Christiane Amanpour," aired  May 14, 1995
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Deutsch, John (CIA director)
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"He Says, She Says" (Ann Richards and Mario Cuomo), aired  March 12, 1995
Box   126  
"Highway Robbery" (Cybercrime), aired  February 26, 1995
Box   126  
Jury System
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"Last Time We Saw Paris," (a look at the city of Paris), aired  December 3, 1995
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North Korea (2 folders)
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"President Phil Gramm," aired  February 19, 1995
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"Riccardo Muti" (La Scala's musical director) aired  May 21, 1995
Box   126  
Rostenkowski
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Shabazz, Qubilah
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Sirhan, Sirhan
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Swiss Jews
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"Tales from the Dirty War" (Argentina), aired  April 4, 1995
Box   126  
"Tom Daschle is Missing" (Crash of B&L Aviation plane, company had history of poor inspections; Tom Daschle had been fighting to make inspections easier for B&L), aired  February 5, 1995
Box   126  
"Washington Station" (Headquarters of the KGB in the United States), aired  March 5, 1995
Box   126  
"We are the Church" (Catholic Church and Change), aired  January 22, 1995
Box   127  
Xiaoping, Deng
 
 1996
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Brown, Larry (includes personal information)
Box   127  
Cleaver, Eldridge
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"Conspiracy to Kill Hitler," aired  July 14, 1996
Box   127  
"Germ Warfare," aired  February 18, 1996
Box   127  
"Jeffrey Wigand" (Brown and Williamson whistleblower), aired  February 4, 1996     (also related tobacco stories) 
Box   127  
"Kidnapped" (Tom Hargrove, how was kidnapped and held for ransom for a year in Colombia), aired  January 14, 1996
Box   127  
Libya
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"Lost Commandos" (Vietnamese commando program), aired  May 5, 1996
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"Mexico and Citibank" (Lawsuit related to Citibank's transfers of money for Raul Salinas, brother of former Mexican president), aired  June 23, 1996
Box   127  
Miscellaneous
Box   127  
Monaco
Box   127  
North Korea
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"Piece of the Rock" (Investigation of Prudential's practices), aired  June 2, 1996
Box   127  
"Richard LaPointe" (Investigation of LaPointe's conviction for murder in Connecticut), aired  June 30, 1996
Box   127  
Russia's Health Care Crisis
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"Sharks Don't Get Cancer" Update
Box   127  
Tijuana
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"Tipping the Scales" (Jury nullification), aired  March 10, 1996
Box   127  
Turner, Ted
Box   127  
Washington, D.C. (Third-World aspects)
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"William Pierce, Ph.D." (author of "The Turner Diaries" a book that described events similar to what happened in the Oklahoma City bombing), aired  May 19, 1996
 
 1997
Box   127  
"Annick" (Story of Annick Hollister, woman living with schizophrenia), aired  May 18, 1997
Box   127  
"Battle of Gettysburg" (Hazardous waste and Superfund cleanup), aired  October 26, 1997
Box   127  
Bovine Growth Hormone
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"Code Blue" (Babies of Air Force employees going 'Code Blue'), aired  December 14, 1997
Box   127  
Drug-Impaired Doctors
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Freeh, Louis
Box   127  
Hussein, Saddam
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"Innocents Abroad" (Americans imprisoned abroad, including Jim Williams, imprisoned in Ecuador), aired  November 16, 1997
Box   127  
"Land Mines," aired  September 14, 1997 (2 folders)
Box   128  
"Mr. Campaign Reform" (John McCain), aired  October 12, 1997
Box   128  
Monopolies and Israel and Palestine
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"MPD" (Report on Multiple Personality Disorder), aired  November 30, 1997
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"North of the Border" (Corruption in the customs office at the U.S.-Mexican border), aired  April 20, 1997 (includes legal documents related to Rudy Camacho v. CBS Inc.)  [Closed until December 1, 2030]
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"Quick Cash" (Pawnshop crime), aired  December 21, 1997
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Rubin, Edward (Update)
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Salinas, Raul
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"Secrets and Lies" (Story of adoption by the Juman family, lack of full disclosure on the part of the adoption agency), aired  September 21, 1997
Box   128  
SPV-30 (AIDS drug)
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