Nixon


Born 1913

- He could read when he started school.
- Piano
- California
- Quaker
- Two brothers died young of tuberculosis

1942 - 1945

- World War II, Naval officer, South Pacific
- New Caledonia, Bougainville, Green Island, Gualalcanal, Hawaii

1944

- Charles Lindberg

1946

- Congressman, with JFK
- Douglas MacArthur

1950

- U. S. Senator

1952

- Thomas Dewey
- Alice Longworht - Ted Ross's daughter
- Eisenhower, Truman, Hoover

1953

- Vice President
- New Zealand
- Australia - Prime Minister Sir Robert Menzies
- Indonesia - President Sukarno
- Malaya (Malaysia) - High Commissioner Field Marshal Sir Gerald Templer
- Cambodia - King Sihanouk
- Laos - Prime Minister Prince Souvanna Phouma
- Vietnam - Emperor Bao Dai
- Hong Kong
- (Free) China - Chiang Kai-shek
- Korea - President Syngman Rhee
- Japan
- Philippines - President Ramon Magsaysay
- Burma - U. Thant
- India - Jawaharlal Nehru
- Pakistan
- Iran - Shah Mohammed Riza Pahlevi

- Foster Dulles
- Joseph McCarthy

1954

- Prime Minister Winston Churchill
- Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden

- Austria

1956

- Brazil - President Juscelino Kubitschek

1957

- Ike's stroke - a heartbeat away from the presidency

1958

- Uruguay
- Argentina
- Paraguay
- Bolivia
- Peru - President Manuel Prado
- Ecuador
- Colombia
- Venezuela

1959

- Fidel Castro
- U. S. S. R - Nikita Khrushchev
- Poland

1960

- Ran for presidency - Henry Cabot Lodge

1962

- Ran for governor of California

1963

- New York - lawyer
- Spain - Francisco Franko
- France - President Charles de Gaulle
- West Germany
- East Germany - Berlin Wall
- Egypt - President Nasser
- Greece
- Italy
- England

1964

- Goldwater, Johnson, Romney

- Lebanon
- Pakistan
- Malaysia
- Thailand - Prime Minister Thanom Kittikachorn
- Vietnam
- Philippines
- Hong Kong
- Taiwan - Chiang Kai-shek
- Japan - Prime Minister Ikeda Pukishi
- Pakistan - President Ayub Khan

1967

- Eurpoe - NATO
- Italy - President Saragat
- Romania
- Japan - Prime Minister Sato
- Taiwan - Chiang Kai-shek
- Vietnam
- Latin America
- Africa
- Israel

1968

- All 50 states
- Hubert Humphrey
- George Wallace
- John Conally
- Edmund Muskie
- Alexander Haig
- Spiro Agnew
- Nelson Rockefeller
- J. Edgar Hoover
- Henry Kissinger
- Ronald Reagan
- George Bush

1969

- President
- Belgium
- England - Queen Elizabeth, Prime Minister Wilson
- France - President Charles de Gaulle
- Germany
- Italy - Pope Paul VI
- South Pacific - Apollo 11 splashdown
- Guam
- Philippines
- Indonesia
- Thailand
- South Vietnam
- India
- Pakistan
- Romania (Communist) - President Nicolal Ceausescu
- Britain

- Earl Warren

1972

- China (Communist) - Mao Tse-tung, Chou En-lai
- Austria
- U. S .S. R. - President Nikolai Podgorny, Kosygin, Gromyko, Brezhnev, Dobrynin, Aleksandrov

1973

- Brezhnev, Gromyko, Dobrynin
- Golda Meir

- Irving Berlin

1974

- Austria
- Egypt - President Anwar Sadat
- Saudi Arabia - King Faisal
- Syria - President Asad
- Israel - Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
- Jordan - King Hussein
- Belgium
- U. S. S. R. - Brezhnev

- Gerald Ford


1986
Gorbachev

- Author of ten books after his presidency

- Carl Albert
- John McCormack

- Leonard Bernstein
- Beverly Sills
- Merle Haggard
- The Carpenters
- Frank Sinatra
- Tony Bennett
- Johnny Cash
- Glen Campbell
- Art Linkletter
- Bob Hope
- Red Skelton
- Sammy Davis, Jr.
- Cab Calloway
- Mahalia Jackson

1) Trip to China
2) Ended Vietnam War
3) U. S. S. R. - Detente
4) Cancer Initiative - 1971

- All 50 states
- 54 countries
- 33 Heads of state

Four Supreme Court Appointees

Knew 10 presidents (U. S.)

Died in 1994