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Pat Nixon, childhood in Artesia

Louise Raine Gwinn

Pat Nixon, childhood in Artesia

by Louise Raine Gwinn

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementLouise Raine Gwinn interviewed by Sharone Hencey on June 3, 1970.
SeriesRichard M. Nixon oral history collection ;, section 9, ch. 15.
ContributionsHencey, Sharone.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 49527 (E)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination23 leaves.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3247769M
LC Control Number83164307

Conveniently located between Los Angeles and Orange Country, this California hotel offers an on-site bar and restaurant, an outdoor pool and hot tub and free parking. This Artesia hotel is within a minute drive of Disneyland. The hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool year-round, free Wi-Fi and a. Early life. Julie Nixon was born while her father, Richard Nixon, was a Congressman, but much of her childhood coincided with her father's service as Dwight Eisenhower's Vice-President (–61). She recalled her father as being romantic, while her mother was "practical and down to earth". Her mother tried to "seal" her and her sister from much of her father's political : Julie Nixon, July 5, (age 71), .

The life of former first lady Pat Nixon, , is beautifully detailed in a fascinating biography written by her daughter, Julie Nixon Eisenhower. Altho it was first published in , it is worth reading again as we compare the presidency of Richard Nixon and George W. Bush/5(24). Pat Nixon, also known as Patricia Nixon born on Ma in Ely, Nevada, United States - died J in Park Ridge, New Jersey, United States was the First lady of the United States from January to August

And former First Lady, Pat Nixon’s childhood home was here bordering the Cerritos area. Another landmark in the town is gallon Artesia Water Tower which looks like it holds a lot less and was featured in a couple of movies, according to writings on Wikipedia. What a great find!   But most chapters in “Richard Nixon” have room to breathe. The development of Nixon’s character in this book is subtle. He doesn’t start out as a rampaging narcissist and megalomaniac.


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