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Julie Nixon Eisenhower

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Julie Nixon Eisenhower

Gender: Female

Family tree: Eisenhower is the daughter of Richard M. Nixon, president of the United States.

Areas of interest:
politics & government

Personal social network: Much of Eisenhower's Muckety comes from personal connections.  

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A young David Eisenhower  smiles toward Julie Nixon
A young David Eisenhower smiles toward Julie Nixon, whom he would marry 11 years later. The photo was taken during Eisenhower's 1957 inauguration.

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