RONALD REAGAN PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM APRIL 17, 2006
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Artifacts from President Reagan's childhood and professional career provide physical evidence of his extraordinary life. Step through a model of the Dixon Arch in Illinois to experience Reagan's youth, while his Eureka College letter sweater recalls his student years. A recreated studio booth highlights his early radio broadcasting career, which led to an acting contract with Warner Bros. Film clips, original costumes and movie posters trace his days in the movies, the Screen Actors Guild and on television as host of GE Theater and Death Valley Days. Glimpse into Ronald and Nancy Reagan's devoted marriage, a love story straight out of a Hollywood script. Learn about Reagan's growing involvement in politics. Witness his presidency, from reviving the economy, reducing the size of the federal government, and ending the threat of nuclear war. See a piece of the Berlin Wall, immerse yourself in Camp David and Rancho del Cielo. And, in 2005, walk through the Air Force One that President Reagan used throughout his eight years in office.
The permanent Galleries are:
The McGovern Gallery of Presidents, Launch Theater, Early Years Gallery, "Citizen Governor" Gallery. New Beginnings Gallery. The Oval Office. The President's Residences. First Lady Nancy Reagan. Presidential Gifts
Air Force One - The Presidential Motorcade - Marine One Helicopter
Grand View of
Simi Valley in California
Onboard of Air Force One.
No photography was permitted inside the plane.
Actual piece of the Berlin Wall with the West German side facing us
The Western film era: Original Uniform worn by Kevin Costner in "Dances with Wolves"
1965 Ford Mustang convertible used in his first gubernatorial campaign
Personal booth at Chasen's
Flying to 26 nations in Europe, Asia, and the Americas during eight years in the White House
Jim, the Garden Club's Funny Man,
Trip Organizer and our 2006/2007
president, always surrounded
Three Graces (from left to right):
Selina, Amy, Tina
Following his passing on June 5, 2004, President
Ronald Reagan was laid to rest at the Reagan
Library on June 11, 2004. The Memorial Site
"I know in my heart that man is good, that what is
right will always eventually triumph and there is
purpose and worth to each and every life."
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