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Description General Dwight Eisenhower meets the daughters of his running mate, Senator Richard Nixon, Washington National Airport, September 10, 1952
Date 10 September 1952
Source Harry Truman Presidential Library, see below for National Archives tag and link.
Author Abbie Rowe, government photographer, National Park Service

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