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LIQUIDATING THE MAJORITY OF MY 20 PLUS YEAR PRESIDENTIAL/POLITICAL/SPORTS MEMORABILIA COLLECTION.
HUNDREDS OF ITEMS CIRCA 1950's - PRESENT WILL BE LISTED
Richard Milhouse Nixon37th President of the United States of America William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton42nd President of the United States of AmericaMajor league baseball signed by Presidents Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton. Richard Nixon signed on the sweet spot with Bill Clinton signing on a side panel Please see photographs for the signatures positioning relative to one-another. The signatures are very good - the ball shows slight signs of toning from age... but is in overall very good condition.There was a little known connection between the two Presidents.
The below is credited to:
Richard Nixon And Bill Clinton: The Love Letters
ByKen Layne|February 14th, 2013
Two hearts, separated by time and history, yet united by later time and later history: This is the story of America's most beloved public figures, Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton, and the deep relationship they shared.
It was a different time, in the 1990s, and our society was not ready for these two men to publicly show such affection for one another. Like so many before them, Clinton and Nixon confined their relationship to letters and the occasional televised media event at the White House. Correspondence between the two star-crossed presidents ispart of a new exhibitat theNixon Presidential Library and Museumin Yorba Linda, California.
In another glimpse into their relationship, a handwritten note will be on display from Nixon to Clinton that praises the former Arkansas governor's 1992 presidential campaign that helped put him in the White House. Nixon said the campaign was one of the best he had ever witnessed.
President Clinton led the nation in paying tribute to Nixon at his funeral in California in April 1994, declaring, "May the day of judging President Nixon on anything less than his entire life and career come to a close.On this Valentine's Day, perhaps we can all learn a lesson from these two great men. Perhaps we can love one another, after all.
The two Presidents relationship was also highlighted in the book "The Presidents Club" by Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy.