Nixon Mingles with Anti-War Demonstrators at DC Rally
President Nixon was up early 5/9/70. He drove to the Lincoln Memorial, got out of his limosine and mingled with a group of anti-war demonstrators here for the big rally. Here, the Chief Executive chats with Barbara Hirsch, 24, of Cleveland, Ohio (left) and Lauree Moss, of Detroit, Mich. Man on right is a secret service agent.
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