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English: Elvis Presley meeting Richard Nixon. On December 21, 1970, at his own request, Presley met then-President Richard Nixon in the Oval Office of The White House. Elvis is on the right. Waggishly, this picture is said to be 'of the two greatest recording artists of the 20th century'. The Nixon Library & Birthplace sells a number of souvenir items with this photo and the caption, "The President & the King."
Date 21 December 1970
Source White House photograph by Ollie Atkins via
Author Ollie Atkins, chief White House photographer at the time. See ARC record.
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