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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 01, 1976
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(Studio: John Chancellor) President Ford deals with business relating to bicentennial.

(DC: Marilyn Berger) Ford dedicates new National Air and Space Museum at Smithsonian Institute. Viking I spacecraft activates laser that cut ribbon. Ford opens 100 year old safe at Capitol. [Ford – shows photo of ex-President Ulysses S. Grant.] Ford campaign organization makes strong pitch for Missouri delegates. Ford greets 10 Pennsylvania and 17 Delaware delegates. He’ll go to the Connecticut Republican Convention in 2 weeks.

Chancellor, John;
Berger, Marilyn

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