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TRICIA NIXON - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 08/31/1964 - HFSID 273693

TRICIA NIXON. ALS: "Tricia Nixon", 1p, 5¾x8. No place, 1964 August 31. On stationery imprinted "Patricia Nixon" to "Dear Danny". In full: "Thank you for your letter - that I have just received because I have been away on a two-months trip.

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Condition: slightly creased, lightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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TRICIA NIXON. ALS: "Tricia Nixon", 1p, 5¾x8. No place, 1964 August 31. On stationery imprinted "Patricia Nixon" to "Dear Danny". In full: "Thank you for your letter - that I have just received because I have been away on a two-months trip. I did not attend the Convention this year, and so the girl in the picture is not I. However, many people say that we resemble each other. Sincerely". Lightly creased with folds, light diagonal crease at the "n" of Nixon. Accompanied by photograph, unsigned. B/w, 3½x2½. Candid photograph depicting Mrs. Pat Nixon and the girl whom the correspondent likely thought was Tricia Nixon. Lightly creased at blank margins and corners. Minor surface creases and scratches. Overall, fine condition. With imprinted campaign letter, unsigned, 4p, 6x4¼. Front cover pictures the Nixon family - Pat, Richard, Trish and Julie. Inside imprinted message: "I want you to know how much we appreciate your letter. Your friendship and support will be a great source of inspiration and strength in the months ahead. This year we are going to win!" Imprinted signature of "Dick Nixon" at end. Slightly creased. Fine condition. At the 1964 Republican National Convention, conservative Barry Goldwater received the presidential nomination. Nixon had introduced Goldwater at the convention as "Mr. Conservative" and "Mr. Republican", but Goldwater had gone on to lose in a landslide to incumbent President Lyndon B. Johnson. Nixon, who had lost a bid for the governorship of California in 1962, would not run again for public office until his successful bid for the presidency in 1968. Patricia "Tricia" Nixon, the elder of two daughters born to Richard and Pat Nixon, was born on February 21, 1946 in San Francisco. On June 12, 1971, she married Edward Ridley Finch Cox, also born in 1946, in a White House Rose Garden ceremony. They have one son, Christopher Nixon Cox, born in 1979. Three items.

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