“WE ARE DETERMINED THAT THE DECADE OF THE SEVENTIES WILL BE KNOWN AS THE TIME WHEN THIS COUNTRY REGAINED A PRODUCTIVE HARMONY BETWEEN MAN AND NATURE”: FIRST EDITION OF THE INAUGURAL BOOK '73; INSCRIBED BY GEORGE BUSH

  • The Inaugural Book ’73: The Spirit of 76.

The Inaugural Book ’73: The Spirit of 76.

Item Number: 27051

1973.

First edition of the official book of the 1973 Presidential Inaugural celebrations. Quarto, original leatherette binding. Inscribed on the front free endpaper by George H. W. Bush as Chairman of the Republican National Committee, “Best wishes to a good Republican – George Bush Chairman Rep. Natl. Committee 1973.” Fine in a near fine dust jacket. George H. W. Bush would later go on to become Vice-President under Ronald Reagan and later the 41st President of the United States.

The Inaugural Book of 1973 contains a detailed account of President Nixon’s Inaugural Program as well as an overview of the Nixon Years with introductory messages from the President, Vice President, and Inaugural Chairman.