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Richard Nixon stands at the door to his law firm Bewley, Knoop, & Nixon in Whittier, California
Richard Nixon stands in front of a South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command (SCAT) building in the South Pacific during World War II
Aircraft airlifting injured serviceman at South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command (SCAT) in the South Pacific during World War II
Aircraft airlifting injured serviceman at South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command (SCAT) in the South Pacific during World War II
Richard Nixon in Naval uniform stands in front of a military aircraft in Espiritu Santo (South Pacific)
Aircraft with South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command (SCAT) unit in Bougainville, Soloman Islands. Front (L-R): Bill Streeter, Ross Offenstine, A.L. Yezzi Pazzerie, Dan Beggan, John Morrow, John Jasper Whitmore. 2nd (L-R): Fred Burson, , Bernard J. Yeltema, T. Martin, D.C. Throneburg, A.C. Nelson, Daniel Meyer. Rear (L-R): Lt. H.M. Dole, Lt. Richard Nixon, Lt. M.A. Dupree Jr
Richard Nixon stands in Naval attire by the side of a tree in the South Pacific
Interior of Booker's Bamboo Bar on Green Island (Nissan Atoll) during World War II. Patronizing the bar are CASU 8 (Carrier Aircraft Service Unit 8) officers (L-R) Edward R. McHale, Ed McCaffrey, James Udall, and Nelson Coombs
Interior of CASU 8 (Carrier Aircraft Service Unit 8) Supply Office on Green Island (Nissan Atoll) during World War II. Nelson Coombs is seated at a desk
Naval portrait of Richard Nixon

Naval portrait of Richard Nixon

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Formal portrait of Lt. Commander Richard Nixon wearing a coat and Navy hat
Outdoor portait featuring Richard Nixon (holding shovel or rake), Pat Nixon, and Tricia Nixon
Family portrait featuring Richard Nixon, Pat Nixon, and Tricia Nixon
Richard and Pat Nixon are photographed at the Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego
Richard and Pat Nixon take a bicycle ride with their baby daughter Tricia after arriving in Washington, D.C
Members of the sub-committee of the House Un-American Activities Committee visit Chairman J. Parnell Thomas at his home in Allendale due to the latter's illness. Following the visit Parnell stated he would release an important statement on March 18th
Richard Nixon and Robert Stripling examine "pumpkin papers" microfilm obtained from Whittaker Chambers
Richard Nixon reads the testimony of Whittaker Chambers to reporters. Representative John Rankin confers with Robert Strippling, Chief Investigator for the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC)
Richard and Pat Nixon view pages spread on the floor with their two young daughters in Alexandria, Virginia
Richard M. Nixon and Family View Pages Spread on the Floor, Alexandria, Virginia
Richard Nixon holds his baby daugher Julie in the air. Pat Nixon watches from his side
Richard and Pat Nixon observe their two young daughters. Julie Nixon sits in a crib
Richard Nixon stands behind a podium and speaks during his Senatorial campaign
Richard Nixon stands on the trunk of his campaign automobile. A sign on the automobile reads: "Nixon for U.S. Senator."
Richard Nixon stands in front of his campaign automobile and holds a microphone. A sign on the automobile reads: "Nixon for U.S. Senator."
Richard Nixon speaks by the side of his automobile during a campaign tour of California. A sign on the automobile reads: "Nixon for U.S. Sentaor."
Richard Nixon delivers a radio speech at KRKD Radio in Los Angeles
Richard Nixon sits on a truck-top platform at a campaign rally
Portrait of Henry Petersen

Portrait of Henry Petersen

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Richard Nixon, member of the House Un-American Activities Committee, sits holding a newspaper with a headline reading: "Hiss Guilty on Both Perjury Counts."
Richard Nixon campaigns to a group of people on a street corner in Arvin, California
Richard Nixon speaks into a microphone during his Senatorial campaign
Vice President Richard Nixon reviews an honor guard upon arrival in Kabul
An Uncle Sam hat is placed on Richard Nixon's head during a Lincoln Day dinner
At the Republican National Convention in Chicago, Richard Nixon holds his arms in the air following his nomination as Dwight Eisenhower's running mate
Richard Nixon arrives at the Republican National Convention to make his acceptance speech following his nomination as Dwight Eisenhower's running mate. He holds his arms in the air
Julie Nixon and Tricia Nixon play with their pet dog Checkers while seated on a patio chair. Tricia attaches a leash to the dog's neck
Supporters surround Richard and Pat Nixon in Los Angeles on the day of Nixon's televised Checkers Speech
Television screen showing Richard Nixon delivering his Checkers Speech
Vice President Richard Nixon shakes hands with locals in Afghanistan
Vice President Richard Nixon enters an automobile in Afghanistan
Vice President Richard Nixon shakes hands with officials in Afghanistan
Spectators holding flags await the arrival of Vice President Richard Nixon in Afghanistan
Richard and Pat Nixon seated with President U Ba U and his daughter at the President's House (Government House) in front of the Peacock Throne in Burma
Vice President Richard Nixon stands with Shah Mohammed Zahir Shah in Afghanistan
Richard Nixon wears a King Neptune hat (made out of a paper bag) while speaking to Pat Nixon and George Martin, Commander of the aircraft
Vice President Richard Nixon, Pat Nixon, and flight crew stand in front of a military transport aircraft in Tripoli, Libya
Richard Nixon inspects troops in Vietnam during his Far East Tour
A lion growls at Richard Nixon during a Saints and Sinners luncheon and charity roast
Richard, Pat, Julie, and Tricia at the beach in Mantoloking, New Jersey with their dog Checkers. Checkers stands on hind legs
Richard, Pat, Julie, and Tricia at the beach in Mantoloking, New Jersey with their dog Checkers
Richard Nixon plays golf with Bob Hope
A woman awaits the arrival of the "Dick Nixon Campaign Special" train (Richard Nixon's campaign train) in Ohio
Vice President Richard Nixon, Rose Mary Woods, Christian Archibald Herter, and others visit Angkor Wat in Cambodia
Vice President Richard Nixon and horticulturalist Wilson Popenoe examine a grouping of tropical fruits, including palm fruits, cacao pods, and jackfruit in Guatemala
Vice President Richard Nixon seated with Paul Magloire during his trip to Haiti. Military personnel stand behind them
Pat Nixon seated with Yolette Leconte Magloire during Richard Nixon's trip to visit Haiti ruler Paul Magloire
Vice President Richard Nixon shakes hands with Haiti rule Paul Magloire. Pat Nixon and Yolette Leconte Magloire stand behind them
U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Roy Tasco Davis (Center) introduces Haitian diplomat Dr. Dantes Bellegarde, author and member of the Board of Directors at the Binational Center, to Vice President Richard Nixon in Port-au-Prince
Vice President Richard Nixon receives a key to the city in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Vice President Richard Nixon presents a framed photograph of Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower to Haiti ruler Paul Magloire and his wife Yolette Leconte Magloire
Vice President Richard Nixon receives a certificate making him an Honorary Citizen of Port-au-Prince at City Hall in Haiti
Pat Nixon examines a painting depicting Haitian women during Vice President Richard Nixon's visit to Haiti
Richard Nixon sings during a birthday party given to him by fellow members of the Chowder and Marching Club of Washington. L-R: Band leader Benney Thompson, Ohio Representative William Hanes Ayres, and Nixon
Richard Nixon adjusts his chef's hat during a birthday party given to him by fellow members of the Chowder and Marching Club of Washington. Nixon played piano to accompany a quarter of members during the party
Richard Nixon plays the piano during a birthday party given to him by fellow members of the Chowder and Marching Club of Washington. L-R: Nixon, Kenneth Keating, Charles Potter, Donald Jackson, and William Ayres
Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon wave goodbye in Miami as they board a plane for Rio Janeiro to attend the inauguration of Jasceline Kubitschek as Brazil President
Richard Nixon stands with officials in South Vietnam
Richard Nixon and officials tour a facility during Nixon's trip to South Vietnam
Pat Nixon reads to her daughters Julie and Tricia Nixon from a children's book
Pat Nixon reads to her daughters Julie and Tricia Nixon from a children's book
Pat Nixon reads to Julie Nixon from a children's book
Vice President Richard Nixon drinks yerba mate from a mate cup during his visit to Bolivia
Vice President Richard Nixon drinks yerba mate from a mate gourd at a barbeque luncheon held at the residence of Luis Batlle Berres in Montevideo, Uruguay
Pat Nixon drinks yerba mate from a mate gourd at a barbeque luncheon held at the residence of Luis Batlle Berres in Montevideo, Uruguay
Vice President Richard Nixon, while attending a barbeque luncheon in Paraguay, balances a bottle on his head as he participates in a Paraguayan bottle dance
Vice President Richard Nixon argues with a student during his visit to the National University of San Marcos in Lima, Peru
Richard Nixon waves while surrounded by a street crowd in Bogota, Colombia
Vice President Richard Nixon heads a soccer ball during preliminary soccer game ceremonies at Quito's stadium in Ecuador
Armed guards look over an automobile that has sustained damage following a mob attack in Caracas, targeting Richard Nixon. Close-up of shattered windows
Vice President Richard Nixon's motorcade drives through Caracas, Venezuela and is attacked by demonstrators
An automobile that has sustained damage following a mob attack in Caracas, Venezuela, targeting Vice President Richard Nixon. Close-up of shattered windows
Vice President Richard Nixon rides in the back seat of an automobile with Dwight Eisenhower and Pat Nixon upon the Nixons' return from South America
Richard, Pat, Tricia, and Julie Nixon cheering at a baseball game at Griffith Stadium
Richard Nixon wears a hooded fur coat in Fairbanks, Alaska
Richard Nixon attends a press reception during his trip to London
Pat Nixon, Dorris Martin, and Frances Bennett, wearing Red Cross uniforms, hold a commemorative item listing U.S. presidents and their terms
Richard Nixon and his family prepare to ride the Monorail at Disneyland in Anaheim, California
Richard Nixon speaks at the opening of the American Exhibition in Moscow's Sokolniki Park. Nikita Khrushchev, Pat Nixon, and others sit in chairs beside a podium
Richard Nixon and  Nikita Khrushchev debate at the American Exhibition in Moscow. They stand in front of a reproduction American kitchen during the exchange
Richard Nixon points a finger towards Nikita Khrushchev to make a point during the so-called Kitchen Debate at the American Exhibition in Moscow's  Sokolniki Park
Richard Nixon stands amongst a group of 4-H members visiting Washington, D.C
Rose Mary Woods seated at an office desk
Richard Nixon and fellow serviceman with a South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command military jeep
Richard Nixon and fellow serviceman with a South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command military jeep
L-R: Jules Alberti, George Murphy, Helen Hayes, Richard Nixon, Mervyn LeRoy
Nelson Rockefeller, Spiro Agnew, Richard Nixon, and George Romney clasp hands in the air. A balloon reading "Nixon's the One" is visible
Interior of quonset hut at a South Pacific Combat Air Transport Command (SCAT) station on Green Island. Operations officer Richard Nixon visible at desk to far right
Richard Nixon welcomes John F. Kennedy to Key Biscayne, Florida
Richard Nixon, Pat Nixon, Tricia Nixon, Julie Nixon, Bebe Rebozo, and Jane Lucke Rebozo seated at a New Year's Eve party in Florida
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