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President Nixon on television on the eve of the presidential election Nov. Unable to photograph Nixon in person, the enterprising Times photographer shot TV screens instead. Photo: Tyrone Dukes/The New York Times

Former Presidents and First Ladies - Mrs. Johnson, the Carters, the Fords, the Nixons, the Reagans and the G.H.W. Bushs.

Former Presidents and First Ladies - Mrs. Johnson, the Carters, the Fords, the Nixons, the Reagans and the G.

Most living presidents at a time were five, which happened two other times in history; Lincoln, Van Buren, Tyler, Filmore, Pierce, Buchanan 1861 & George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, Reagan, Carter, Reagan, Clinton 2001.

Most living presidents at a time were five, which happened two other times in…

1972: Family portrait of Patricia and Richard Nixon. In the back are the Nixon daughters Julie and Tricia standing next to their spouses David Eisenhower and Edward F. Cox.

President Richard Nixon and his Nixon and First Lady Patricia sit in front. In the back are the Nixon daughters Julie and Tricia standing next to their spouses David Eisenhower and Edward F.

#President Richard #Nixon played #violin, #piano, #saxophone, #clarinet and #accordion! #wow

A young Richard Nixon with his violin. Nixon learned to play 5 instruments: violin, clarinet, saxophone, accordion and piano.

President and Mrs. Richard Nixon visit former President Harry S. Truman and former First Lady Bess W. Truman at the Truman Library, March 21, 1969.

President and Mrs. Richard Nixon visit former President Harry S. Truman and former First Lady Bess W. Truman at the Truman Library, March

July 20, 1970 President Richard M. Nixon bowls at the White House’s one-lane #bowling alley, which he and the first lady installed the previous year. #President

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Presidential candidates at play President Richard M. Nixon bowls at the White House’s one-lane bowling alley, which he and the first lady installed the previous year.

Richard Nixon (9/1/1913 - 22/4/1994) was the 37th President of the United States (20/1/1969 - 9/8/1974)

Richard Nixon Thirty-Seventh President of the United States--was President when the decade began through his resignation in 1974 resulting from the Watergate Scandal.

Rep. Richard M. Nixon - member of HUAC...Later became 1st U,S. President to resign from office

A young Richard Nixon during his early congressional career (c. Pinned from a board called Iconic People.

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