Bob Bostock was Author of the Pat Nixon Centennial Exhibit at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library in 2012.
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This week marks the 104th birthday of First Lady Pat Nixon. To discuss her life and legacy is Bob Bostock. Bostock served as special assistant to former President Nixon, leading the writing and curating of most of the exhibits at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library. In 2012, he wrote and curated the special Centennial Exhibit about First Lady Pat Nixon, also at the Nixon Library.
Bostock has 15 years of experience in senior federal, state and local governments including work as a senior advisor to New Jersey Governor and later EPA chief Christine Todd Whitman. The two co-wrote the best-selling book “Its My Part Too: The Battle for the Heart of the GOP and the Future of America.”