The boxes that house the former Intelligence Division files hold thousands of pieces of paper in 851 manila folders, as well as items such as cassette tapes, newspapers, index cards and hundreds of photographs, both loose and pasted into indexed binders.

To see a sampling of what's in the files, visit the Tribune's Web site at There you can see material including:

• The skinny on Watergate figure Donald Segretti's plot to hire prostitutes to discredit Democrats in the Northwest.

• Information gathered on the work of local political figures, including city Commissioners Mike Lindberg and Gretchen Kafoury.

• A 1967 request from the House Un-American Activities Committee for intelligence on anti-war organizers in Portland.

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