Nixon and Yorba Linda, California
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This paper describes several features of the Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace site in Yorba Linda, California. The paper further notes Nixon's political career from the mid-1940s to his resignation of the presidency in 1974. In addition, it describes one of the rooms of the museum in detail, the "Room of World Leaders," which Nixon helped to curate.
From the Paper:"Richard M. Nixon's Presidential Library and Birthplace are located in Yorba Linda, California. Nixon was born in a farmhouse owned by his parents on agricultural land in this outer suburb of Los Angeles. The farmhouse still remains on the property, and the library, museum, and archives were built around this historic building. The Nixon Library consists of several different areas that highlight various aspects of Nixon's political and personal life. There is a theatre in which shows can be performed and in which a film about Nixon's political life, "Never Give Up: Richard Nixon in the Arena," is shown several times each day. There is..."
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