Dick Cheney, Jan. 1941, Nebraska

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Description White House Chief of Staff Richard Cheney with another member of the Ford administration staff at the White House, Washington, D.C.
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Author Marion S. Trikosko
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English: President Ronald Reagan greets Congressman Dick Cheney in the Oval Office after Cheney’s recent trip to the Soviet Union
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