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English: The Duchess of Windsor, President Richard Nixon, and The Duke of Windsor.
Date 4 April 1970
Source White House Photo Office Collection, Richard Nixon Library, College Park, College Park, MD. Downloaded from the National Archives and subsequently cropped and smoothed.
Author These photographs were taken from January 20, 1969 to August 9,1974, under the direction of President Nixon's personal photographer, Ollie Atkins. This particular image is by Jack E. Kightlinger.


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