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William Rogers, Pres. Nixon and Henry Kissinger in the Rose Garden for their meeting

William Rogers, Pres. Nixon and Henry Kissinger in the Rose Garden for their meeting

Secretary of State William Rogers (L) had a late afternoon meeting with Pres. Nixon at the White House on March 9, 1973. The weather was so spring-like that the Chief Executive brought him and Henry Kissinger (R) out into the Rose Garden for their talk. (UPI Photo/rem/Files)