Richard Nixon: a romantic?
In a series of effusive letters to the future First Lady, Nixon professed love and admiration for his “dearest heart.” Starting March 16, the letters will be on public display for the first time at the Nixon Museum in Yorba Linda, Calif.
Former first lady pat nixon 's 100th birthday would have been this friday. to mark the occasion, the nixon librabrary has released some letters from her husband. let's just say they give us a whole new picture of the man known in for in history for a whole lot of other things.
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