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)
President Nixon conversing with Senator Dirksen and Vice President Agnew on the occassion of a luncheon with Senate members
Scope and content: Pictured: Vice President Sprio Agnew, Senator Everett M. Dirksen -Illinios (R), President Richard M. Nixon. Subject: Staff with President- Group.
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