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DescriptionRichard Nixon, John Mitchell and Richard Kleindienst Signed Photograph. 7.5" x 9.5" (sight), no place; no date. Color photograph of Nixon, Mitchell and Kleindienst standing outside the White House. Signatures to the matting at the bottom margin.
John Mitchell was the 67th Attorney General and Nixon's campaign chairman. He was found guilty of conspiracy, obstruction of justice and perjury for his actions in the Watergate affair. He served 19 months in prison. Richard Kleindienst was the U.S. Attorney General appointed by Nixon to replace Mitchell after he left the post to serve on Nixon's campaign. He resigned during the Watergate fallout though he was never formally implicated in the crimes.
Condition: Photograph and matting sunned. Matting wrinkled in two places. Frame with some scratching and chipping.
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