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Record creator General Services Administration. National Archives and Records Service. Office of Presidential Libraries. Office of Presidential Papers. (01/20/1969 - ca. 12/1974) (Most Recent)
President (1969-1974 : Nixon). White House Photo Office. (1969 - 1974) (Most Recent)
Title
Richard M. Nixon in a campaign motorcade standing on the back of car give the "V" sign.
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English: Richard Nixon, U.S. Republican nominee for President, smiles while standing on his motorcade car and giving a "victory" sign during a ticker-tape parade northbound on S. LaSalle St. at W. Monroe St. in the Chicago Loop, September 4, 1968, a week after the rival Democratic National Convention was held in Chicago. His wife Pat Nixon sits on the back of the car and waves to the crowd, her feet in the back seat. In the background at the south end of the street, the Chicago Board of Trade Building.
  • Scope and content: Pictured: Richard M. Nixon.
Date 28 January 1970
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