Tricia nixon cox

Engagement picture of Ed Cox & Tricia Nixon 1971

Engagement picture of Ed Cox & Tricia Nixon 1971

Patricia "Tricia" Nixon Cox (born February 21, 1946) is the elder daughter of the 37th U.S. President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, and sister to Julie Nixon Eisenhower.

Patricia "Tricia" Nixon Cox (born February 21, 1946) is the elder daughter of the 37th U.S. President Richard M. Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, and sister to Julie Nixon Eisenhower.

A Look Back at First-Daughter Weddings

A Look Back at First-Daughter Weddings

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Pat Nixon @100 - First Daughter Tricia Nixon Cox and son. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Pat Nixon @100 - First Daughter Tricia Nixon Cox and son. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

In 1971 Melba Tolliver, a WABC-TV correspondent, made national headlines when she wore an afro while covering the wedding of Tricia Nixon Cox, daughter of President Richard Nixon. The station threatened to take Tolliver off of the air until the story caught national attention.

In 1971 Melba Tolliver, a WABC-TV correspondent, made national headlines when she wore an afro while covering the wedding of Tricia Nixon Cox, daughter of President Richard Nixon. The station threatened to take Tolliver off of the air until the story caught national attention.

Thelma Catherine "Pat" Ryan Nixon was the wife of Richard Nixon, 37th President of the United States, and was First Lady of the United States from 1969 to 1974. Wikipedia  Born: March 16, 1912, Ely, Nevada  Died: June 22, 1993, Park Ridge  Spouse: Richard Nixon (m. 1940–1993)  Children: Tricia Nixon Cox, Julie Nixon Eisenhower

Thelma Catherine "Pat" Ryan Nixon was the wife of Richard Nixon, 37th President of the United States, and was First Lady of the United States from 1969 to 1974. Wikipedia Born: March 16, 1912, Ely, Nevada Died: June 22, 1993, Park Ridge Spouse: Richard Nixon (m. 1940–1993) Children: Tricia Nixon Cox, Julie Nixon Eisenhower

Tricia Nixon Cox Now  June 1971, Tricia was married at the White House. The President walked her down the aisle to tie the knot with Edward Finch Cox, who was finishing up law school at Harvard. They both receded from view shortly after, moving to Manhattan. Edward is a corporate attorney there, and Tricia, now 66, serves on the boards of a handful of medical-research centers. She was also a dedicated mom, staying home to raise son Christopher.

Tricia Nixon Cox Now June 1971, Tricia was married at the White House. The President walked her down the aisle to tie the knot with Edward Finch Cox, who was finishing up law school at Harvard. They both receded from view shortly after, moving to Manhattan. Edward is a corporate attorney there, and Tricia, now 66, serves on the boards of a handful of medical-research centers. She was also a dedicated mom, staying home to raise son Christopher.

Tricia Nixon Cox and Julie Nixon Eisenhower with President Nixon.  What a shame to do something so stupid and ruin your legacy.

Daughters growing up in the White House

Tricia Nixon Cox and Julie Nixon Eisenhower with President Nixon. What a shame to do something so stupid and ruin your legacy.

President Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon with their family - standing back left to right: David Eisenhower, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Pat Nixon, Richard Nixon, Tricia Nixon Cox, Ed Cox. Standing front: Melanie Eisenhower, Alexander Eisenhower, Christopher Nixon Cox, and in front Jennie Eisenhower.

President Richard Nixon and Pat Nixon with their family - standing back left to right: David Eisenhower, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Pat Nixon, Richard Nixon, Tricia Nixon Cox, Ed Cox. Standing front: Melanie Eisenhower, Alexander Eisenhower, Christopher Nixon Cox, and in front Jennie Eisenhower.

Tricia Nixon Cox lays a wreath at the graves of Richard and Pat Nixon during the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Nixon Library.

Tricia Nixon Cox lays a wreath at the graves of Richard and Pat Nixon during the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Nixon Library.

Brides.com: . Tricia Nixon and Edward Cox, July 1971. President Richard Nixon hosted his eldest daughter Tricia's outdoor ceremony to law student in the White House's Rose Garden. Since Tricia was the more reserved of the two Nixon girls, many were surprised that her wedding was such a spectacular affair. The reception was held in the East Room. Tricia wore a gown designed by Priscilla of Boston

When Presidential Offspring Marry

Brides.com: . Tricia Nixon and Edward Cox, July 1971. President Richard Nixon hosted his eldest daughter Tricia's outdoor ceremony to law student in the White House's Rose Garden. Since Tricia was the more reserved of the two Nixon girls, many were surprised that her wedding was such a spectacular affair. The reception was held in the East Room. Tricia wore a gown designed by Priscilla of Boston

The White House wedding of Tricia Nixon in 1971 and the Priscilla of Boston gown she chose for it became the fantasy of young women all across America, and she was our 'Princess' for the next ten years, and then the world changed their focus to a real princess, The Lady Diana Spencer who became The Princess of Wales on July 29, 1981.

The White House wedding of Tricia Nixon in 1971 and the Priscilla of Boston gown she chose for it became the fantasy of young women all across America, and she was our 'Princess' for the next ten years, and then the world changed their focus to a real princess, The Lady Diana Spencer who became The Princess of Wales on July 29, 1981.

Born: July 5, 1948 (age 64), Washington, D.C.  Spouse: David Eisenhower (m. 1968)  Children: Jennie Eisenhower, Alexander Richard Eisenhower, Melanie Catherine Eisenhower  Books: Pat Nixon: The Untold Story, Special People  Siblings: Tricia Nixon Cox  Parents: Richard Nixon, Pat Nixon

Born: July 5, 1948 (age 64), Washington, D.C. Spouse: David Eisenhower (m. 1968) Children: Jennie Eisenhower, Alexander Richard Eisenhower, Melanie Catherine Eisenhower Books: Pat Nixon: The Untold Story, Special People Siblings: Tricia Nixon Cox Parents: Richard Nixon, Pat Nixon

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