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Photograph of Bicentennial Celebration in Rotunda

Photograph of Bicentennial Celebration in Rotunda

Photograph of Bicentennial Celebration in Rotunda

Photograph of Bicentennial Celebration in Rotunda

President Nixon Standing in the Crowd along the Route of the Crandon Boulevard Fourth of July Parade in Key Biscayne, Florida

President Nixon Standing in the Crowd along the Route of the Crandon Boulevard Fourth of July Parade in Key Biscayne, Florida

President Nixon Greeting Children on the Crandon Boulevard Fourth of July Parade Route in Key Biscayne, Florida

President Nixon Greeting Children on the Crandon Boulevard Fourth of July Parade Route in Key Biscayne, Florida

President Richard Nixon and Pope Paul VI Shaking Hands

President Richard Nixon and Pope Paul VI Shaking Hands

President Richard Nixon Speaking with Local People in Ireland during a 1970 Visit

President Richard Nixon Speaking with Local People in Ireland during a 1970 Visit

President Richard Nixon Meeting with Pope Paul VI during a Visit to the Vatican

President Richard Nixon Meeting with Pope Paul VI during a Visit to the Vatican

President Richard Nixon Meeting with Pope Paul VI during a Visit to the Vatican

President Richard Nixon Meeting with Pope Paul VI during a Visit to the Vatican

President Richard Nixon Meeting with Pope Paul VI during a Visit to the Vatican

President Richard Nixon Meeting with Pope Paul VI during a Visit to the Vatican

President Nixon Confers with His Foreign Policy Team onboard Air Force One en route to China

President Nixon Confers with His Foreign Policy Team onboard Air Force One en route to China

President Richard Nixon, with His Family and Celebrity Supporters, Addressing the Crowd Gathered in the Kennedy Center Grand Foyer to Celebrate the Inauguration

President Richard Nixon, with His Family and Celebrity Supporters, Addressing the Crowd Gathered in the Kennedy Center Grand Foyer to Celebrate the Inauguration

Richard Nixon Taking the Oath of Office during his Second Inauguration

Richard Nixon Taking the Oath of Office during his Second Inauguration

President Richard Nixon Standing in the Oval Office with Members of the Russian Soviet Women's Gymnastics Team, Olympic Gold Medalist Olga Korbut Stands next to President Nixon

President Richard Nixon Standing in the Oval Office with Members of the Russian Soviet Women's Gymnastics Team, Olympic Gold Medalist Olga Korbut Stands next to President Nixon

Comedian-Actor Bob Hop Shaking Songwriter Irving Berlin's Hand at the White House Dinner Held for Released Vietnam Prisoners of War while President Richard Nixon Looks On

Comedian-Actor Bob Hop Shaking Songwriter Irving Berlin's Hand at the White House Dinner Held for Released Vietnam Prisoners of War while President Richard Nixon Looks On

President Richard Nixon with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, Waving from a Motorcade Driving through Alexandria, Egypt

President Richard Nixon with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, Waving from a Motorcade Driving through Alexandria, Egypt

PRESIDENT NIXON VISITS THE PENTAGON, 01/31/1969

PRESIDENT NIXON VISITS THE PENTAGON, 01/31/1969

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