Johnny Cash's own published notes made at the Watergate investigation, 1974. Johnny Cash's patriotism was one of the threads in his recording career. His thorough knowledge of American history is evident in many of his songs, as well as concept albums. In 1974, Johnny's attorney, Jim Neal, joined the legal team investigating the White House's role in Watergate. Johnny attended many of the sessions and took notes on these five pages of Breckenridge Hotel stationary. Jotting down what he felt was important bits of information, among the notes are various names and dates that relate to the scandal along with brief descriptions of important incidents. Some light handling wear to the edges and overall toning. In overall good condition. These notes are prominently featured on page 130 in the book, Cash: An American Man, published by Pocketbooks/Simon & Schuster, 2004. 13 x 20 cm. (5.07 x 7.80 in.) NO RESERVE.
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