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OFFICIAL PROGRAM OF THE INAUGURAL CEREMONIES / Inducting into Office Dwight D. Eisenhower, President of the United States / Richard M. Nixon, Vice President of the United States / January 20, 1953

By: (Eisenhower, Dwight D.; Nixon, Richard)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: (Washington, DC: Inaugural Committee 1953, 1953).: 1953).

Seller ID: 11983

Condition: Good


(Washington, DC: Inaugural Committee 1953, 1953).. 1953).. Good. - Small quarto [8-1/2" by 11"], softcover bound in pictorial white wraps with illustrations & decorations in gilt & silver. The wraps are foxed & lightly soiled & a bit darkened along the spine. There is some staining to the front edge of the rear wrap. The business card of the President of the Capemart-Farnsworth Corporation is stapled to the top corner of the front wrap. 48 pages. Illustrations in black & white & decorations in red, blue, gilt & silver. There is foxing to the bottom corner of the title & occasional ligh... View more info

Image for 8 ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS of AMERICAN PRESIDENTS, VICE PRESIDENTS & PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES, mostly pictured attending CIRCUS SAINTS AND SINNERS CLUB Events.

8 ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS of AMERICAN PRESIDENTS, VICE PRESIDENTS & PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES, mostly pictured attending CIRCUS SAINTS AND SINNERS CLUB Events.

By: Truman, Harry S.; Eisenhower, Dwight D.; Goldwater, Barry; Nixon, Richard M.; Agnew, Spiro T.; and Kennedy, John F.

Price: $275.00

Publisher: 1950's through 1970's.:

Seller ID: 37088

Condition: Very good


1950's through 1970's. . Very good. - A collection of 8 original vintage black & white photographs taken at events hosted by the Circus Saints and Sinners Club, a charitable service organization founded in 1929. The earliest of these images dating from the 1950's is a 5-3/4 inch high by 7-1/2 inch wide gelatin silver print by Reni Newsphoto Service depicting Richard M. Nixon reaching his hand out to P.T. Barnum's lion "Sheba" while both are within the same cage. The June 4, 1953 event took place either immediately before or after a luncheon and charity roast hosted by the District of... View more info