FIRST LADY PATRICIA R. NIXON - TYPED MESSAGE SIGNED CIRCA 1968 - HFSID 17589
PATRICIA NIXON Pat Nixon signs her name to an album leaf. Signature: "Pat Nixon", 1p, 5¾x1¾ slip, affixed to 6¾9¼ album leaf. Signed above typed words: "Press Schedule-Richard Nixon-Oregon Visit-April 23, 24 & 25:" "1968" penned in another hand.
Sale Price $162.00
Pat Nixon signs her name to an album leaf.
Signature: "Pat Nixon", 1p, 5¾x1¾ slip, affixed to 6¾9¼ album leaf. Signed above typed words: "Press Schedule-Richard Nixon-Oregon Visit-April 23, 24 & 25:" "1968" penned in another hand. Affixed below the signature slip is a news article about the differences between Pat Nixon and Jackie Kennedy, with newspaper photos of Pat Nixon and Jackie Kennedy (each b/w, 1½x3¾). Five days later, on April 30, 1968, New York Governor Rockefeller announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination. The Oregon primary was Nixon's last in the campaign. Reagan and Rockefeller supporters spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in the state, but the two Governors did not campaign there as Nixon did. Reagan didn't go to Oregon because he was not officially a candidate, and Rockefeller believed he would probably lose anyway and campaigning there would make his defeat look even worse. Nixon won with 73% of the vote to Reagan's 23% and Rockefeller's 4%. Album leaf frayed at left edge where page was removed from a book. Signature in fine condition.
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