Richard Nixon as a cousin in Whittier by Floyd Wildermuth

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StatementFloyd Wildermuth interviewed by Glenn Barnett on May 6, 1970.
SeriesRichard M. Nixon oral history collection ;, section 1, ch. 44.
ContributionsBarnett, Glenn.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 49527 (E)
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FormatMicroform
Pagination32 leaves.
Number of Pages32
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Open LibraryOL3239226M
LC Control Number83153869

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After an emotional embrace with his daughter at the grave, Nixon turned to find Charles Milhous, 82, a first cousin of the Nixons who lives in Turlock and took his first-ever tour of the library.

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six when her family moved to California to the same rural region as Richard Nixon, who was her second cousin through her mother’s family. She and Nixon became lifelong friends; she sometimes traveled with him while he was President.

West graduated from Whittier College in with a degree in English. That year. Ralph C. Shook Sr. Interviewed by Richard Curtiss, Febru I was born and raised in northwestern Iowa on a farm and came to Whittier, California, in the first week of January, I had friends in that town, and became employed in the citrus packinghouse there.

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My brother brought me out here when I was a small boy about twelve years old. Nixon followed his mother’s example of trying not to antagonize Frank Nixon. When his father grew belligerent, Richard would hide with a book.

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