Richard Nixon collection of documents PT246

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2015-06-26 12:13:58

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Richard Nixon collection of documents PT246

A selection of Richard Nixon documents from the collection of TV producer Paul Keyes

Paul Keyes was a producer and writer for television shows, receiving ten Emmy Award nominations.

Keyes met Richard Nixon in 1962 when Nixon appeared on theJack Paar Showwhich Keyes was producing.

The two formed a lasting friendship. Keyes then became actively involved in Nixon's campaign for governor in California.

This collection of Nixon related memorabilia includes:

Typed and signed draft of telegram sent by Nixon to President Kennedy with Western Union copy of the telegram Handwritten draft letter from Nixon to Rudy Vallee Carbon copy of draft telegram cancelling engagement after Kennedy's assassination, with Nixon's handwritten amendments Carbon copy of draft telegram from Nixon to Martin Luther King Typed and signed pledge to the people of California by Nixon Handwritten draft notes for speech by President Nixon on the visit of Prince Charles and Princess Anne to the White House, 1970 Handwritten draft notes for speech by President Nixon making reference to 'the silent majority'. Photo of JFK used by Nixon campaign in 1960 Nixon's personal diary for 1962 Signed photo of Nixon from 1960 Carbon copy of letter from Nixon to Charles de Gaulle, with handwritten corrections Typed speech by Dick Powell introducing Nixon, with Nixon's handwritten notes Invitation card to a reception given by Mr and Mrs Nixon

A unique collection of Presidential memorabilia. Please scroll down to see selected images.

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