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#4137 - Richard Nixon Collection of (37) Signed Books Estimate: $5,000+

Collection of 37 books signed by Richard Nixon, including hardcovers and softcovers, with some inscribed.

Titles are:

- Teaching Psychotherapeutic Medicine (inscribed, with collector's note stating it was signed in 1954 during an encounter in an airport)
- Program for the First Annual Spring Convention of the Young Republican College Council of North Carolina, 1965
- Asia After Vietnam (inscribed offprint from Foreign Affairs, with custom folder)
- Richard Nixon: A Political and Personal Portrait (inscribed "To my friend Ernest Gruening, with appreciation for his years of service in the cause of Alaska statehood, from Richard Nixon")
- Inaugural Address, 1969 (slipcased edition limited to 1,000)
- Official Guide Book: Inaugural 1969
- The Inaugural Story (inscribed)
- The New Majority (inscribed)
- Orange County Salutes Richard Nixon (inscribed)
- What America Means to Me (inscribed)
- Four Great Americans
- Public Papers of the Presidents: Richard Nixon, 1969
- Public Papers of the Presidents: Richard Nixon, 1971 (signed on detached title page)
- Public Papers of the Presidents: Richard Nixon, 1972
- Public Papers of the Presidents: Richard Nixon, 1973 (inscribed on bookplate)
- Public Papers of the Presidents: Richard Nixon, 1974 (inscribed)
- Eye on Nixon (inscribed)
- The Memoirs of Richard Nixon (slipcased signed edition)
- The Memoirs of Richard Nixon (bound in three quarter leather with marbled boards, inscribed with a quote: "'Each moment in history is a fleeting time, precious and unique. But some stand out as moments of beginning, in which courses are set that shape decades or centuries.' Inaugural Address, Jan'y 20, 1969, To Dan Gibson, With best wishes from Richard Nixon, 4-16-81")
- Seize the Moment (inscribed)
- Tips from the Top (inscribed)
- The Week That Changed the World (magazine)
- The President's Trip to China (inscribed)
- Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States
- I Gave Them a Sword
- Leaders (three different editions, one numbered 184/2500)
- No More Vietnams (two different editions: slipcased 'presidential edition' numbered 181/200, and an unnumbered slipcased version)
- The Challenges We Face (inscribed)
- In the Arena
- The Watergate Tapes
- 1999: Victory Without War (two editions, one numbered 525/600)
- The Real War (two editions, one numbered 420/2500).

In overall very good to fine condition, with "Library of Lawrence E. Miller" blindstamps to rear pages. From the collection of Dr. Lawrence E. Miller.




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