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PRESIDENT RICHARD M. NIXON - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH 10/1971 - HFSID 89077

RICHARD NIXON Official color White House photograph of Richard Nixon in the oval office talking to a group of children as First Lady Patricia Nixon looks on. Photograph signed and dated: "Richard Nixon/October 1971" as President. Color, 10x8. Official White House photo.

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RICHARD NIXON
Official color White House photograph of Richard Nixon in the oval office talking to a group of children as First Lady Patricia Nixon looks on.
Photograph signed and dated: "Richard Nixon/October 1971" as President. Color, 10x8. Official White House photo. The President is pictured in the White House talking to a group of children as First Lady Patricia Nixon looks on. On the desk is a framed American flag and the children are receiving what appears to be gift boxes from the President. The existence of a White House taping system was first made public during the testimony of former presidential aide Alexander Butterfield before the Senate Watergate Committee in July 1973. According to tape recordings now in the National Archives, during October 1971, President Nixon spoke with his Attorney General John Mitchell on October 14th, 19th and 20th (twice), Butterfield (October 8th), Chief of Staff H.R. Haldeman (October 8th), California Governor Reagan (October 26th) and Supreme Court nominee Lewis Powell, whom he chose on December 9th to succeed Associate Justice Hugo Black who had retired on September 17, 1971. The topics President Nixon discussed were Powell as a nominee, wage and price controls, analysis of press coverage and the vote to seat mainland China at the United Nations. On October 25, 1971, the U.N. General Assembly withdrew recognition of the Republic of China as the legitimate government of China, and recognized the People's Republic of China (mainland China) as the sole legitimate government of China. Three small creases in background (not near signature, you have to look for them). Fine condition..

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