1 page, 4to, personal letterhead stationery. [With:] Photograph signed, n.p., n.d., 215 mm. (11 x 8½ in.) including margins, signed in lower margin. "MY GRANDMOTHER...ALWAYS CONSIDERED LINCOLN TO BE AMERICA'S GREATEST PRESIDENT." A thoughtful letter to the editor of the Lincoln Times: "This is just a note to tell you that George Nixon who is buried at Gettysburg is my great-grandfather rather than my grandfather. My father...often spoke of how proud he was that his grandfather, George Nixon, had fought and died in Gettysburg. My grandmother...always considered Lincoln to be America's greatest President...[S]he gave me a framed photograph of Lincoln under which she had copied the following lines from poetry [by Longfellow]: 'Lives of great men oft remind us We can make our lives sublime, And departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time.' I do not have a photograph of me placing a wreath on the gravestone...I am enclosing...one of my best recent photographs taken on my 70th birthday..." " /> NIXON, RICHARD, <I>President</I>. Typed letter signed ("Richard Nixon") to Mr. Elbert L. Watson, New York, 24 July 1985. <I>1 page, 4to, personal letterhead stationery</I>. [<I>With</I>:] Photograph signed, n.p., n.d., <I>215 mm. (11 x 8½ in.) including margins</I>, signed in lower margin. "MY GRANDMOTHER...ALWAYS CONSIDERED LINCOLN TO BE AMERICA'S GREATEST PRESIDENT." A thoughtful letter to the editor of the Lincoln <I>Times</I>: "This is just a note to tell you that George Nixon who is buried at Gettysburg is my great-grandfather rather than my grandfather. My father...often spoke of how proud he was that his grandfather, George Nixon, had fought and died in Gettysburg. My grandmother...always considered Lincoln to be America's greatest President...[S]he gave me a framed photograph of Lincoln under which she had copied the following lines from poetry [by Longfellow]: 'Lives of great men oft remind us We can make our lives sublime, And departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time.' I do not have a photograph of me placing a wreath on the gravestone...I am enclosing...one of my best recent photographs taken on my 70th birthday..." | Christie's