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  1. Engagement photograph of Edward Cox and Tricia Nixon. Taken March 26, 1971. WHPO-5942-02. Saturday, June 12, 2021, marks the 50th wedding anniversary of Tricia Nixon and Edward Cox. Theirs was the first wedding ceremony held outdoors in the White House Rose Garden and one of the most widely documented.

  2. Julie Nixon Eisenhower (née Nixon; born July 5, 1948) is an American author who is the younger daughter of former U.S. president Richard Nixon and his wife Pat Nixon. Her husband David is the grandson of former U.S. president Dwight D. Eisenhower and his wife Mamie Eisenhower .

  3. Edward Ridley Finch Cox (born October 2, 1946) is an American corporate and finance lawyer and the former chairman of the New York Republican State Committee. He is the son-in-law of President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon , and the brother-in-law of Julie Nixon .

  4. Richard Nixon / ˈ ɹ ɪ t͡ʃ. ɝ d ˈ n ɪ k. s ə n / [1], né le 9 janvier 1913 à Yorba Linda et mort le 22 avril 1994 à New York, est un homme d'État américain.Membre du Parti républicain, il est le 36 e vice-président des États-Unis du 20 janvier 1953 au 20 janvier 1961 puis le 37 e président des États-Unis, du 20 janvier 1969 au 9 août 1974.

  5. Toujours à la Maison-Blanche, en 1971, elle supervise le mariage de sa fille, Tricia, avec Edward Cox Ridley Finch [46]. Elle est favorable à l'accession des femmes à des postes politiques, et encourage son mari à nommer une femme à la Cour suprême , en déclarant : « le pouvoir des femmes est imbattable, je l'ai vu partout dans le pays [ 47 ] » .

  6. 22/04/1994 · Seven days after the election on December 22, 1968 in New York City, the Nixon and Eisenhower families were forever united with the marriage of his daughter Julie to Dwight David Eisenhower III, the only grandson of former-President Eisenhower. His oldest daughter, Tricia, was married in the White House Rose Garden in 1971 to attorney, Edward Cox.

  7. Those conversations could now be reviewed and released to the public. The new criteria for personal returnable was the former president’s health, his personal finances, and the private, non-public activities of the First Family (Thelma “Pat” Nixon, Tricia Nixon Cox, Edward Cox, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, and David Eisenhower).