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#163 - Richard and Pat Nixon Estimate: $200+

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Vintage glossy 9 x 7 photo of President Nixon and the first lady waving from their motorcade as they drive through Portland, Maine, on August 13, 1960, signed in green ink, "Dick Nixon" and "Pat Nixon." Reverse bears a United Press International credit stamp and typed collector's notations: "Autographed by the Nixons in Phoenix, Arizona Oct 15/60 during the presidential campaign—Nixons used my Parker pen." In fine condition, with scattered light creasing.

Fountain pen signatures, "Dick Nixon" and "Patricia Nixon," on an off-white 5 x 3 card. Typed collector's notations indicate that these were signed in Phoenix on October 15, 1960, during then-Vice President Nixon's presidential campaign against JFK. In fine condition.




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