We are heading to the Golden State for the first time, and the birthplace of gloomy Richard Nixon, 37th President of the United States, in Yorba Linda, in the sunny climes of Southern California! Few Americans have been as analyzed psychologically, or had a more lasting legacy on our foreign policy and powers of the Presidency. Learn about Nixon’s childhood and education, as well as his political rise.
Richard Nixon Birthplace from the National Park Service.
Virtual Tour of the Richard Nixon Birthplace from the Nixon Foundation.
Video on the Richard Nixon Birthplace from CSPAN. From My August 2016 Visit!
The Richard Nixon Birthplace. The Nixon Birthplace with marker out front. Close up of marker. Nixon parents’ bedroom. High chair in the living room. Frank and Hannah’s marriage certificate. The Nixon living room. View from the back of the Nixon house. From My November 2017 Visit!
Nixon Birthplace! Looking towards the Nixon birthplace. Birthplace and marker. Nixon family living room. Walking up to the birthplace (at center, in distance) through the beautiful rose garden.
The diorama of the Birthplace from the Richard Nixon Library and Museum.
The upstairs bedroom in the Richard Nixon Birthplace is were Richard and his brothers would sleep from OC Register.
The first Birthplace sign. Richard showing Hannah around as Vice President.
Birthplace home painting by Charles Wysocki, sold in the Library.
A sign marks the site of the future Nixon Presidential Library & Museum in this photo taken in 1989 after construction work started. The garden area of the Nixon Presidential Library & Museum under construction in January 1990.
Barbara Bush walks with Richard Nixon to tour the home on Opening Day. The Nixons with the Reagans, Bushes, and Fords on Opening Day for the Nixon Library and Birthplace.
Richard Nixon Portrait by James Anthony Wills.
Richard Nixon Birthplace: 18001 Yorba Linda Boulevard, Yorba Linda, CA.