President Richard Nixon speaks on the occasion of a photo opportunity with the BSA in Washington DC, United States.
Washington DC USA Date:1974, February 21 Duration:8 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
Clip shows opening slate and contains audio only. No visual images. U.S. President Richard Nixon at a photo opportunity with the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) in Washington DC, United States on 21st February, 1974. A boy scout speaks about the activities of the boy scouts in the recent years. President Richard Nixon is presented with a collection of coins. President Nixon speaks during the occasion. He speaks about character building, boy scouts joining the armed forces and progress of the boy scouts. He thanks the boy scouts for the honor and for the invitation to their Jamboree and regrets that he cannot attend, but says he is glad he does not have to go on a 50 mile hike. He invites them on a tour of the White House.
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