VICE PRESIDENT DAN (JAMES DANFORTH) QUAYLE - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: MARILYN QUAYLE, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR - HFSID 275212
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DAN QUAYLE TAKES HIS OATH OF OFFICE AS THE 44THU.S. VICE PRESIDENT FROM SUPREME COURT ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR AS HIS WIFE, MARILYN, AND OTHER DIGNITARIES, INCLUDING PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH AND FORMER PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN AND HIS WIFE, NANCY, LOOK ON
DAN QUAYLE, MARILYN QUAYLE and SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR. Photograph signed: "Marilyn Quayle", "Dan Quayle" and "Sandra D O'Connor". Color, 9½x7½. Matted to 14x11. Inscribed in calligraphy (unknown hand): "To Robert Allen/With best wishes". Depicts Quayle being sworn in as the nation's 44th Vice President (41st U.S. President George Herbert Walker Bush, who took his Oath of Office on the same Bible used by George Washington in 1789, can be seen at left background; Nancy Reagan is clearly visible at right background, Ronald Reagan is obscured by O'Connor). Quayle married the former MARILYN TUCKER in November 1972. The couple has three children: Tucker, Benjamin and Corinne. At age 41, JAMES DANFORTH QUAYLE 3RD (born in 1947) was the third youngest U.S. Vice President when he was inaugurated on January 20, 1989; Buchanan's Vice President, John Breckinridge, was 36, and Eisenhower's Vice President, Richard Nixon, was 40. When the Bush-Quayle ticket was defeated in their 1992 bid for reelection, Quayle was the first Republican Vice Presidential candidate to fail to be reelected since Charles Curtis in 1932. Quayle, who had previously served as a U.S. Representative (1977-1981) and U.S. Senator (1981-1989) from Indiana, declared his candidacy for the 2000 Republican presidential nomination in January 1999, then dropped out of the race eight months later. On July 7, 1981, President Reagan nominated SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR (born in 1930), a Judge on the Arizona State Court of Appeals, was the first woman Justice in the history of the U.S. Supreme Court. Confirmed by the Senate 99-0, she was sworn in on September 25, 1981 and served until her retirement in 2006. Minor surface creases (not evident head on), one at the "e" of Quayle. Fine condition. Matted, not in Gallery of History style.Not reviewed by us for conservation integrity. "As is" matting purchase.
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