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Nixon in Puerto Rico
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Chapman University Digital Commons
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Chapman University, Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives
UPI - The Nixon Presidency
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San Juan, P.R.: Vice President Richard Nixon (center) waves a greeting to window watchers overhead after his arrival in San Juan, February 27th. At left, holding bouquet, is Mrs. Nixon. Behind the Vice President, in white coat, is Puerto Rican Governor Luis Munoz Marin. Thousands cheered the Nixons as they drove through San Juan and made brief stops at Columbus Plaza and City Hall. Later in the day, they were entertained by Gov. and Mrs. Marin at a state dinner. The visit to Puerto Rico winds up the Vice President's goodwill junket through Central America.
Richard Nixon
American Politics
President/Executive Department
United States History
UPI - The Nixon Presidency

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