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NIXON ON ACQUIRING PANDA BEARS FOR THE SAN DIEGO ZOO SHORTLY AFTER HIS HISTORIC 1972 TRIP TO CHINA: "THE CHINESE MAY BE RELUCTANT TO PROVIDE US ANOTHER PAIR"

NIXON, Richard. Typed Letter Signed. Washington, May 1, 1973.

Typed letter signed ("RN") by President Nixon, to San Diego Union-Tribune publisher James S. Copley, written shortly after his historic 1972 trip to China had begun to thaw relations between the two superpowers, regarding Copley's "proposal for furthering our relations with the People's Republic of China": "I can certainly understand your interest in acquiring a pair of giant panda bears for the San Diego Zoo… however, the Chinese may be reluctant to provide us another pair." $3000.

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INSCRIBED BY PRESIDENT NIXON AND THE FIRST LADY

NIXON, Richard. Six Crises. New York, 1962.

First edition, presentation copy, of this in-depth look at the greatest challenges of Nixon's presidency, inscribed by Richard Nixon: "Best Wishes to George Smith from Dick Nixon," and additionally signed by the former first lady: "Pat Nixon." $1250.

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“WITH BEST WISHES FROM RICHARD NIXON": 1999, INSCRIBED BY PRESIDENT NIXON

NIXON, Richard. 1999: Victory Without War. New York, 1988.

First trade edition of President Nixon’s analysis of global politics at the close of the 20th century, inscribed on the half title by him, "To Dave Rollins, With best wishes from Richard Nixon." $850.

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