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Thelma Catherine "Pat" Ryan Nixon (March 16, 1912 – June 22, 1993) was the wife of Richard Nixon, 37th President of the United States, and was First Lady of the United States from 1969...

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  • Pat Nixon Biography - Birthday, Photos -

      Blog Source: | 6 months ago
    Pat Nixon was the wife of U.S. president Richard Nixon and served as First Lady from 20 January 1969 to 8 August 1974. She grew up in southern California, taking on adult family responsibilities at an early age. By the time she was out of ...
  • Stall Speed for Boeing's 747? - Wall Street Pit

      Blog Source: | 7 months ago
    From its christening by First Lady Pat Nixon to its upstairs piano lounge, the plane – dubbed the “Queen of the Skies” by its marketers – represented the peak of air travel's glamour age. Yes, the supersonic Concorde came along just six years&
  • Best New Books of 2013: Sarah K's Picks | Wake County ...

      Blog Source: | 8 months ago
    Kushner's writing is a delight, deft and sharp and surprising; she describes Pat Nixon as “a ratted beauty-parlor tough who became first lady.” She layers stories upon stories to create a rich buffet of a book that you won't be able to put
  • You Know Who Else Was a Socialist? » Balloon Juice

      Blog Source: | 1 year ago
    I'm not sure he HAD any strong convictions of his own, except seething resentment. That's when the emotion would come out! Pat Nixon was the first time I remember seeing what I now think of as the Republican Wife Face. Laura Bush had the 
  • Presidential History Geeks - Presidential Places: The Ronald ...

      Blog Source: | 1 year ago
    Six First Ladies also attended: Lady Bird Johnson, Pat Nixon, Betty Ford, Rosalynn Carter, Nancy Reagan, and Barbara Bush. Only Former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis did not attend. At the time when the Reagan Library opened, ...
  • Icarus of Curacao: HD Opera, at a Theatre near You!

      Blog Source: | 1 year ago
    And it's not just Nixon who loses the veil of distance, we see a Pat Nixon we may have imagined: the image of the mousy first-lady who doesn't need controversy in a question. In Adams; opus, Pat Nixon becomes a living breathing human ...
  • Tribute: First Lady Pat Nixon | nixon watches,watch,Fashion ...

      Blog Source: | 1 year ago
    v19d: If it weren't for Watergate Nixon would have gone on to become one of this country's most achieved Presidents, especially in area of foreign policy. Pat Nixon did not like politics and political life, a fact she made very well known
  • Vault 217 » Nixon during Watergate

      Blog Source: | 1 year ago
    (From left to right) The Shah of Iran (Mohammad Reza Pahlavi), Richard Nixon, Farah Pahlavi, and Pat Nixon greeting the crowd from a balcony at the White House (July 1973). Oliver F. Atkins photograph collection, Box 46, Folder 11. George ...
  • "Tea For Three" Off-Broadway Play By Montclair Resident ...

      Blog Source: | 1 year ago
    Tea for Three provides a behind-the-scenes look at the illustrious lives of Lady Bird Johnson, Pat Nixon and Betty Ford with impressive wit and is filled with "good stories... even silence is steeped in emotion.
  • “Oh No You Didn't”…: Two Beards Collide – FLOTUS VS. The ...

      Blog Source: | 1 year ago
    Pout. Threaten. Repeat as needed. “First Lady” my foot. Reply. maryfrommarin says: June 5, 2013 at 6:51 pm. Imagine Nancy Reagan behaving like this. Or Mamie Eisenhower. Or Laura Bush, Pat Nixon, or Rosalyn Carter. No, I can't either.

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