Nixon, Richard. The Memoirs of Richard Nixon. Norwalk: The Easton Press, 1988. Two-volume set. Bound in full leather with 22kt gold embossing. Housed in a matching custom slipcase.
This two-volume set of The Memoirs of Richard Nixon is bound in genuine leather with 22kt gold accents around the front and along the banded spine. The internal pages are printed on archival quality paper ensuring the longevity of the work. Originally published in 1978, this special edition set of the Memoirs was published by Easton Press in 1988. Both books are presented in a matching blue custom made slipcase.
Richard Milhous Nixon was the 37th president of the United States. Before that, he was a lawyer, served in the Navy, and in Congress. This autobiography of the former-president details the entirety of his life through his resignation. Beginning with his childhood and schooling, the book covers his early days as a U.S. Representative and Senator as well as the political issues he encountered both foreign and domestic. The autobiography ends with Nixon’s presidency and the circumstances of his resignation. Richard Nixon is still the only person to have resigned from the office of the President leaving this autobiography the only firsthand account of such an incident.
These books are like new. Never read before, they are bound in genuine leather, decorated with 22kt gold, have gilt edging along all page sides, and Volume I includes a Library of the Presidents Collector’s Note inside the front end pages. Both volumes are presented in a single matching blue custom archival slipcase decorated with a print of Norman Rockwell’s painting of Richard Nixon.
Dimension: 10” H 7” W x 3.75” D (two volumes with slipcase)