President Nixon meets with about 30 mayors to help solve the problems of cities

President Nixon meets with about 30 mayors to help solve the problems of cities

President Nixon met with about 30 mayors at the White House on March 23, 1971 for a discussion on how the federal government can help solve the problems of cities. Shown in this photo are, LTR: Mayor Richard G. Lugar of Indianapolis, President of the National League of Cities; Nixon; Mayor James Tate, Philadelphia, President of the U.S. Conference of Mayors; Mayor Harry Haskell, Wilmington; Mayor Thomas D’Alesandro, Baltimore; and Caspar Weinberger, deputy director of the office of Executive Management and Budget. (UPI Photo/John Full/Files)

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