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Delivering his Eulogy over the casket of former president Dwight Eisenhower; U.S. President Richard Nixon tells mourners gathered in the rotunda of the Capitol in Washington that Eisenhower was truly the first citizen of the world. During the eulogy he passed on from Eisenhower's wife; Mamie; her husband's last words: I have always loved you. I have always loved my children. I have always loved my grandchildren. I have always loved my country. Open in full size

Delivering his Eulogy over the casket of former president Dwight Eisenhower; U.S. President Richard Nixon tells mourners gathered in the rotunda of the Capitol in Washington that Eisenhower was truly the first citizen of the world. During the eulogy he passed on from Eisenhower's wife; Mamie; her husband's last words: I have always loved you. I have always loved my children. I have always loved my grandchildren. I have always loved my country.

Picture, 1969, English

Delivering his Eulogy over the casket of former president Dwight Eisenhower; U.S. President Richard Nixon tells mourners gathered in the rotunda of the Capitol in Washington that Eisenhower was truly the first citizen of the world. During the eulogy he passed on from Eisenhower's wife; Mamie; her husband's last words: I have always loved you. I have always loved my children. I have always loved my grandchildren. I have always loved my country.

Picture, 1969, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Eisenhower; Dwight D - Death and Funeral

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0045659f