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President Richard Nixon dances with Lynda Bird Robb during daughter's wedding reception
Washington: President Richard Nixon dances with Lynda Bird Robb, the seventh daughter of a president to be married in the White House, as Mrs. Nixon dances with mrs. Robb's husband, Maj. Charles S. Robb, durign a reception in the East Room 6/12/1971 following the wedding in the White House of Tricia Nixon. The reception was the first time the Chief Executive, who was raised as a Quaker, has danced at the White House. (UPI Photo)
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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.

Cox performed more of a ceremonial role during her father's political career than did her younger sister Julie Nixon Eisenhower, accompanying him to many campaign stops and, after his presidential inauguration, state trips around the world.

She is married to Edward Finch Cox and is the mother of Christopher Nixon Cox.

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