Tricia Nixon Cox
Daughter of Richard Nixon
Tricia Nixon Cox
Patricia "Tricia" Nixon Cox is the elder daughter of the 37th U.S. President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, and sister to Julie Nixon Eisenhower. Cox performed more of a ceremonial role during her father's political career than did her younger sister Julie Nixon Eisenhower, accompanying him to many campaign stops and, after his presidential inauguration, state trips around the world.
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Family, friends hail President Nixon as foreign policy genius at centennial birth ... - Whittier Daily News
Google News - about 4 years
CBS Local Family, friends hail President Nixon as foreign policy genius at centennial birth ... Whittier Daily News Tricia Nixon Cox, eldest daughter of President Richard Nixon, approaches the wreath to present as the Richard Nixon Presidential Library holds a ceremony commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of President Richard Nixon Sunday, January 6, ... Friends, fans share stories at Nixon centennialOCRegister Nixon's centennial draws reflections on his legacyThe Desert Sun President Nixon gets the star treatmentLos Angeles Times Telegraph.co.uk -San Francisco Chronicle -Charlotte Observer all 49 news articles »
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Nixon's 100th Birthday Commemorated
Huffington Post - about 4 years
By Brandon Lowrey LOS ANGELES, Jan 6 (Reuters) - At a ceremony commemorating the late U.S. President Richard M. Nixon's 100th birthday, politicians, a military official and Nixon's eldest daughter on Sunday remembered him as an underappreciated president and a foreign policy genius. Nixon, the Cold War-era Republican stalwart who opened U.S. relations with communist China, was the only American president to resign from office, leaving the White House in disgrace over the Watergate scandal. "He looked at (the world) as a world with 200 countries and 200 leaders, and he studied every one of those leaders, and he knew most of them," said Bruce Herschensohn, a friend and speech writer for Nixon who delivered the keynote address. "It's a talent that I have never seen equaled." The 37th president died in 1994 at age 81. During Sunday's ceremony, the Watergate scandal was not mentioned. ...
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Health notes for July 25 - Richmond Times Dispatch
Google News - over 5 years
Dr. John Turner and Tricia Cox will speak. Cost: $30. For details or to schedule an appointment, call (804) 320-3627. Send Health Notes to tdhealthnotes@timesdispatch.com. The deadline is 10 days before the publication date
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Say goodbye to 1255 years of experience - News-Sun
Google News - almost 6 years
Tricia Cox, wife of school superintendent Wally Cox, retires this year after 33 years as an elementary school librarian. She had the final word. It was going to be good to get away "from top-level management" she said, hugging her husband
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Burke County Board of Education wants $4M more for schools - Morganton News Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
Tricia Cox urged the school board members, “Really, go after the commissioners for the money we need.” When Superintendent Art Stellar presented the administration's proposed 2011-12 local current expense budget, he said there are three or four
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National Briefing | West: California: Nixon Daughters End Dispute
NYTimes - over 14 years
Former President Richard M. Nixon's two daughters have resolved their three-year fight over how to spend a $20 million bequest to their father's presidential library, lawyers said. The women, Tricia Cox and Julie Eisenhower, ended two days of court-ordered mediation in Miami with a confidential agreement on Wednesday, and the parties to the talks
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PUBLIC LIVES; Steady Eddie Cox, the Discreet Son-in-Law
NYTimes - over 17 years
WHAT did you call your father-in-law?'' Not a hardball question, but it flummoxed Edward Finch Cox, whose father-in-law called him Eddie, having known him since 1963, when Mr. Cox, then a teen-ager, met the man's daughter at a dance at ''the neighborhood school,'' as Mr. Cox put it (Chapin, on the Upper East Side). For all his blue-eyed patrician
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FAMILY FARE
NYTimes - about 19 years
Letting Art Out of the Bag Very few 40-year-olds act just like 6-year-olds, and those who do aren't usually praised for it. An outstanding exception is the Paper Bag Players, now celebrating their 40th-anniversary season. The troupe's members all have the energy and imagination of kindergartners, and considering their audience, that's high praise.
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Whitman, in California, Fields the Vice-Presidency Question
NYTimes - almost 22 years
There is an old saying in politics that nobody runs for Vice President. So just what was it that Gov. Christine Todd Whitman of New Jersey was doing this week for three long, hard days as she worked the speech and news-conference circuit of vote-rich Southern California? The Governor denied at every stop that she was running after a spot on the
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Editorial Notebook; Notes From a Funeral
NYTimes - almost 23 years
On Tuesday, the day before President Nixon's funeral, a reporter who covered him years ago took leave of Yorba Linda and journeyed southward to San Clemente, where Mr. Nixon had vacationed during the good times and repaired his shattered psyche during the post-Watergate bad times. La Casa Pacifica, Mr. Nixon's Spanish-style retreat, is now in
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THE 37th PRESIDENT: THE OVERVIEW; Nixon Buried on Note of Praise and Reconciliation
NYTimes - almost 23 years
To the heroic strains of "Victory at Sea," the theme that comforted Richard Milhous Nixon through his darkest moments, the nation paid final tribute today to the former President who fascinated, confounded, infuriated and enthralled Americans for half a century. Gov. Pete Wilson, who was an advance man for Mr. Nixon's 1962 California campaign for
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LOCAL CONCERN AIDS MOVE OF THE NIXONS
NYTimes - over 35 years
PATRICIA NIXON did what most women do when a family moves, and the former President did what a lot of men do. She packed the books, the clothes and the family treasures, supervised the movers and sent a few things to her daughter - and Richard M. Nixon went off on a business trip, in this case to Europe. A Mount Kisco concern, Murphy Brothers
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tricia Nixon Cox
    THIRTIES
  • 1979
    Age 32
    She has lived a very private life in the suburbs of New York, staying home to care for her son, Christopher Nixon Cox, born in March 1979.
    More Details Hide Details Her husband is now a corporate attorney and the chairperson of the New York Republican State Committee. She serves on the boards of many medical-research institutions, as well as the Richard Nixon Foundation at the Nixon Library in California.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1968
    Age 21
    Cox attended Finch College in Manhattan, New York, a since-closed women's college best known as a "Finishing School" for affluent young women. At her graduation on June 14, 1968, her father served as a special guest speaker. Cox was presented at the International Debutante Ball at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City in 1964. Cox married Harvard Law student Edward Finch Cox in a White House Rose Garden ceremony on June 12, 1971.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1946
    Born
    Born on February 21, 1946.
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