Inscribed White House Staff Photograph for the outgoing Counselor to the President, Bryce Harlow, signed by 70+ members of the Nixon administration.
Bryce Harlow resigned his position in the Nixon Administration to return to his former post as Director of Governmental Relations for Procter & Gamble Company. His resignation led to speculation that he would be named Chairman of the GOP, a post that was later awarded to future president George H.W. Bush.
Dark brown cherry wood frame with decorative gold band, black matte, museum glass. Full piece measures 25″ x 21.” From the estate of Bryce Harlow, purchased in 2021. An exceptional collection of signatories from the early Nixon White House, including many notable names from the Watergate investigation. Highlights include Henry Kissinger, George Shultz, Alex Butterfield, John Ehrlichman, Bob Haldeman, Jack Caulfield, Pat Buchanan, Bill Safire, Al Haig, Don Rumsfeld, Jeb Magruder, Lyn Nofziger, Ray Price, Rose Mary Woods, Paul W. Costello, John E. Nidecker, John C. Whitaker, Ron Ziegler, Harry S. Dent Sr., Herbert Stein, and many others. An exceptional piece from the Nixon administration.
Bryce N. Harlow (1916 – 1987) began his career in the executive branch serving as an administrative assistant, head speechwriter and deputy assistant for congressional affairs in the Eisenhower Administration. In 1960, he was a speechwriter for Vice President Nixon’s unsuccessful presidential campaign. With Nixon’s election In 1968, Harlow was one of the first presidential appointments of the new administration, serving as a congressional liaison and later Counselor to the President. Harlow was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1981 by President Ronald Reagan. He died in 1987.