Ronald Reagan and Bonzo
Title:
Ronald Reagan and Bonzo
Dixon Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Can you believe I'm in Dixon, IL? Hometown of Ronald Reagan


Royal Flush
Title:
Royal Flush
Continental Chrome unused



I Came ... I Saw ... I Conquered ... Iran
Title:
I Came ... I Saw ... I Conquered ... Iran
Continental Chrome unused


Bloody Contra-Aid - Unfit For Human Consumption
Title:
Bloody Contra-Aid - Unfit For Human Consumption
Chrome unused



Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush
Title:
Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush
Chrome


Jamaica Welcomes President Ronald Reagan & Mrs. Reagon
Title:
Jamaica Welcomes President Ronald Reagan & Mrs. Reagon
Chrome unused

Description:
The President's April 7-11 trip to Jamaica and Barbados was planned as a vacation but he found it impossible to escape matters of state. The welcoming crowds were colorful and raucous. In brief meetings with six Caribbean leaders, he heard pleas for more US aid to the troubled region. The President and his wife reviewed the honor guard at Bridgetown, Barbados; Nancy visited a hospital; and they renewed acquaintances with Hollywood friend, Claudette Colbert, at her Barbados hideaway, April 11, 1982



Ronald Regan Being Presented with a Thanksgiving Turkey
Title:
Ronald Regan Being Presented with a Thanksgiving Turkey
Chrome unused

Description:
In a time-honored Thanksgiving tradition, President Reagan is presented his annual, live turkey by the National Farm Federation, with Lou Walts, Executive Vice President of the farm federation doing the honors. The turkey was given to the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. November 21, 1983


Aileen Quinn of "Annie" and First Lady Nancy Reagan
Title:
Aileen Quinn of "Annie" and First Lady Nancy Reagan
Chrome unused

Description:
A magical holiday season at the Executive Mansion began as the first snow of the winter - 6 inches of it drifted down, blanketing the White House Grounds. The White House social calendar was crowned with events, among them a ball for members of Congress, a party for the children of foreign diplomats, and receptions for the Secret Service, the White House staff and the press. Shown here is a return favorite, Aileen Quinn of "Annie" and her dog Sandy, and our First Lady in her becoming "Nancy Reagan red!" Mike Roberts Color Productions



The Western White House - Rancho del Cielo
Title:
The Western White House - Rancho del Cielo
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Nestled atop the beautiful Santa Ynez Mountains, is the vacation home of President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan. Built in 1888, the historic ranch commands a majestic view of Santa Barbara, Santa Ynez Valley and the Pacific Ocean. On his visits, the President enjoys horseback riding and cutting firewood


President Ronald Reagan
Title:
President Ronald Reagan
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
We've done our part. And as I walk off into the city streets, a final word to the men and women of the Reagan revolution, the men and women across America who for 8 years did the work that brought America back. My friends: We did it. We weren't just marking time. We made a difference. We made the city stronger, we made the city freer, and we left her in good hands. All in all, not bad, not bad at all. President Ronald Reagan Farewell Address to the Nation January 20, 1989



Cinq Jours de Terreaur Starring Ronald Reagan
Title:
Cinq Jours de Terreaur Starring Ronald Reagan
Continental Chrome unused


Greetings from Las Vegas
Title:
Greetings from Las Vegas
Las Vegas Nevada (NV), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Ronald Reagan in fabulous Las Vegas Frontier Hotel in February, 1954



President and Nancy Reagan with TV star Tom Selleck
Title:
President and Nancy Reagan with TV star Tom Selleck
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Michael Evans In their hotel suite in Honolulu, Hawaii, April 23, 1984 Mike Roberts Color Productions


Ronald Reagan
Title:
Ronald Reagan
Continental Chrome unused



Portrait of Ronald Reagan Holding Money
Title:
Portrait of Ronald Reagan Holding Money
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Ronald Reagan


US Prasident Ronald Reagan
Title:
US Prasident Ronald Reagan
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Staatsbesuch in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland



US Prasident Ronald Reagan
Title:
US Prasident Ronald Reagan
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Staatsbesuch in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland


The First Family
Title:
The First Family
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
President and Mrs. Reagan in the Blue Room. Designed in 1792 by James Hoban, the original architect of the White House, the Room is perfectly oval in shape. Since 1800, the Blue Room has served as one of the principal receiving rooms for White House guests



President Ronald W. Reagan
Title:
President Ronald W. Reagan
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Ronald Reagan, the 40th President 1981. Ronald Reagan was born in Tampico, Illinois on February 6, 1911. He was educated in Illinois Public Schools and was graduated from Eureka College, Illinois in 1931. Following a brief career as a sports broadcaster and editor, Reagan moved to California to work in motion pictures. His film career, interrupted by three years of service in the Army Air Corps during World War II, encompassed 50 feature-length motion pictures. In 1966, Ronald Reagan began his public career with his election - by nearly a million vote margin - as Governor of California. He was elected to a second term in 1970. In November 1979, Ronald Reagan announced his candidacy for the 1980 presidential nomination. At the Republican National Convention in July, 1980, he was nominated unanimously on the first ballot. On November 4, 1980, Ronald Reagan was elected to the Presidency, by an electoral vote of 489-49 and on January 20, 1981, he was sworn in as the 40th President of the United States


Mrs. Ronbo - Nancy Reagan
Title:
Mrs. Ronbo - Nancy Reagan
Continental Chrome unused



McReagan's Restaurant
Title:
McReagan's Restaurant
Chrome unused

Description:
Don Preziosi McReagan's Half-fast Menu Nicaraguan stew - Beef Lebanese - Budget cuts - Nuclear subs - Pie-in-the-sky - Weinburgers - Supplyside Orders. Ronald McReagan, Commander in Chief. "Make My Day"


President Reagan's Birthday Party
Title:
President Reagan's Birthday Party
Chrome unused

Description:
President Reagan is all smiles as his family and friends wish him Happy Birthday. Though at 70, he's the oldest man to ever serve as President, Reagan has the health and vigor of a much younger man. Still active in sports, he loves to ride horseback as often as time permits. February 6, 1981



The Capitol Cut Up
Title:
The Capitol Cut Up
Chrome unused


King Juan Carlos of Spain and his wife, Queen Sophia with the Reagans
Title:
King Juan Carlos of Spain and his wife, Queen Sophia with the Reagans
Chrome unused

Description:
Attract special ttention from President and Nancy Reagan. Juan Carlos is the only European monarch who still wields political power. Reagan believes that Juan Carlos can help pave the way for Spain's entry into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. This would strengthen Western defenses against Russia and give us the continued use of military bases on Spanish soil. The king is willing to talk about NATO as a means of ending the long isolation of Franco's regime. October 12, 1981



National Crime Prevention Week Ceremony
Title:
National Crime Prevention Week Ceremony
Chrome unused

Description:
Bill Fitz-Patrick At a National Crime Prevention Week ceremony in the East Room at the White House, President Reagan hugs McGruff, a stuffed bloodhound, who is the symbol for the "Take a bite out of crime campaign." The President is flanked by Secret Service agents who assuredly are not putting all their trust in the fighting anti-crime dog! February 15, 1984 Mike Roberts


President Reagan
Title:
President Reagan
Chrome unused

Description:
President Reagan gives a preview of his program for a NEW Federalism in a speech to civic and business leaders in New York City. He has used this "sounding board" technique with success before and here he provides the answer: "Yes, we are in a recession." Reagan said. "Our Administration is cleanup crew for those who went on a nonstop spending binge and left the tab for us to pick up." Yes, he's still smiling and so are those around him. Isn't this a striking photo of our straight forward leader "staying the curse"!!



The Reagans With Jamaican Prime Minister & Wife
Title:
The Reagans With Jamaican Prime Minister & Wife
Chrome unused

Description:
The President and Nancy Reagan meet with Jamaica's Prime Minister Edward Seaga and his wife. The election of Seaga, who defeated a pro-Castro Incumbent in Jamaica, opens the door for a new U.S. policy in the Caribbean aimed at strengthening that region's ties to the West. January 28, 1981


President Ronald Reagan and Pat O'Brien
Title:
President Ronald Reagan and Pat O'Brien
Chrome unused

Description:
In the 1940 Warner Bros. movie "Knute Rockne - All American," a young Pat O'Brien portrayed the famed Notre Dame football coach, Knute Rockne, and an even younger Ronald Reagan played the role of star player George Gipp. At the end of the film, as Gipp lay on his death bed, Notre Dame was on the verge of baing defeated by the Army team, Rockne called out, "Win one for the Gipper" - a long remembered famous Pat O'Brien quote. Shown here, 21 years later, the two are reunited at Notre Dame during graduation ceremonies. May 17, 1981



President Reagan signing condolence book for Yuri Andropov
Title:
President Reagan signing condolence book for Yuri Andropov
Chrome unused

Description:
President Reagan signs the condolence book at the Soviet embassy three days after Yuri Andropov's death was announced. After a state funeral for Andropov in Red Square attended by thousands, New Communist Party chief, Konsantin Chernenko walked slowly to the podium, and in a raspy voice, stumbled over words, lost his place, thus raising widespread doubts about his health. February 13, 1984


Four More Years Mr. President
Title:
Four More Years Mr. President
Chrome unused

Description:
President Ronald Reagan, indeed, won his four more years in the White House on November 6, 1984 and here you see the Victory Celebration as the President, surrounded by his family, takes the accolades of the partisan crowd. Reagan had good reason to claim a mandate; for, his electoral-vote total was the largest in history. His drubbing of Mondale limiting the former Vice President to his home state of Minnesota and the District of Columbia, was out-distanced only by Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt's shellacking of Republican Alf Landon in 1936. "Four More Years" means more economic recovery, no tax increase, reduction of federal budget deficit, a firm stance against Russia, and continued debate on prayer in the schools, abortion and tuition tax credits. November 6, 1984



Ronald Reagan Arrives in Horseback Attire
Title:
Ronald Reagan Arrives in Horseback Attire
Chrome unused

Description:
Michael Evans President Reagan, like Teddy Roosevelt prefers "roughriding" attire to bib-and-tucker his office requires. He learned to ride in the 14th Regular Army Cavalry while earning an Army reserve officer's commission in 1932. He is shown arriving back at the White House following horseback riding at Quantico, Virginia. At left is Press Secretary James Brady. March 25, 1981 Mike Roberts


President Reagan at the Business Women's Conference
Title:
President Reagan at the Business Women's Conference
Chrome unused

Description:
Bill Fitz-Patrick At the Business Women's Conference in New York City, President Reagan, accompanied by First Daughter Maureen, enjoys his T-shirt as he shows it to the crowd. President Reagan tries to bridge "the gender gap" --a persistent 10-point lag in his approval ratings among women voters. In a lunchtime speech to a group of women entrepreneurs, President Reagan assures his listeners that his economic policies will do more for women than legislation on equal rights. April 5, 1984 Mike Roberts



President Reagan Meets with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
Title:
President Reagan Meets with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
Chrome unused

Description:
And committed the United States to continuing its Middle East peace efforts. The President assured Sadat that he desired to continue building upon the achievements of Camp David. Sadat detailed the growing Soviet presence in the Persian Gulf region and Africa while pressing for more US aid and military equipment. Supporting independence movements in Africa, Sadat also urged Reagan to start talks with the PLO (Palestine Libertarian Organization) but Reagan stayed firm on his Camp David commitments to Israel. August 5, 1981


President Reagan Meets with Lebanon's President Amin Gemayel
Title:
President Reagan Meets with Lebanon's President Amin Gemayel
Chrome unused

Description:
J.L. Atlan Newly-elected and embattled head of a country battered from all sides as nearby US Carrier-based Navy A6 and A7 fighter bombers pound Syrian Army positions in retaliation. The week of intense diplomacy ended with the President abruptly changing the direction of US policy in the Middle East. There was trouble in supporting Gemayel, a scion of Lebanon's Christian Community and the son of Pierre Gemayel, founder of the Phalangist Party; in effect, it had the administration backing just one faction in Lebanon's bloody war. This also singles out Syria as the enemy, and its President Assad as the adversary. July 22, 1963 Mike Roberts



President Reagan and Anwar Sadat
Title:
President Reagan and Anwar Sadat
Chrome unused

Description:
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and First Lady Jihan Sadat are welcomed by President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan at the White House during Sadat's last visit to America in August of 1981. On October 6, 1981, President Sadat, friend of the West and builder of Peace in the Middle East was to meet his death in a hail of gun-fire by extremists whose true motives may never be known. August 8, 1981


Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon
Title:
Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon
Chrome unused

Description:
Following a UN speech, President Reagan joins former President Nixon for a bipartisan lunch at the Waldorf. September 24, 1984



Nancy Reagan Presents Courage Award
Title:
Nancy Reagan Presents Courage Award
Chrome unused

Description:
Amidst White House splendor, nancy Reagan presents the American Cancer Society's Courage Award to Cincinnati Bengals Coach, Forrest Gregg while Kirk Douglas, National Crusade Chairman, looks on. May 21, 1982


President and Nancy Reagan in Ireland
Title:
President and Nancy Reagan in Ireland
Chrome unused

Description:
President Reagan and his wife, Nancy arrived in Ireland on June 1, 1984, for a three day visit to the President's ancestral country. After spending several hours at Ashford Castle, they traveled to Galway in the north of the country. The President was made a Doctor of Law honoris causa at the University of Galway. On Sunday, June 3, 1984, the President spent several hours in the small village of Ballyporeen where his great-grandfather was born at the beginning of the 19th Century. The President and Nancy sipped a beer at the "Ronald Reagan Pub" before leaving for a small official ceremony. June 1-4, 1984



Nancy and Ronald on Campaign, 1980
Title:
Nancy and Ronald on Campaign, 1980
Chrome unused

Description:
Nancy Reagan rests her head on husband Ronald's lap during a flying California campaign trip in the early months of Campaign '80. Colorphoto: Michael Evans


Christmas at the Reagan White House, 1981
Title:
Christmas at the Reagan White House, 1981
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Chrome unused

Description:
The angel Gabriel perched atop the Christmas tree, mistletoe dangled from archways, rooms were festooned with greenery and red ribbons, huge garlands and poinsettias were everywhere - all of these adorned the White House. An estimated 51,000 visited the Executive Mansion during the holiday season. The Reagans opened their "home" and their hearts to many children, including those of staff members and diplomats. December 17, 1981 Colorphoto: Karl Schumacher 1981 White House



The President and Nancy Reagan Meet With Pope John II in the Vatican
Title:
The President and Nancy Reagan Meet With Pope John II in the Vatican
Chrome unused

Description:
after flying to Italy with Prime Minister Spadotini from Versailles. The Pope solemnly appealed to President Reagan to use his influence in the cause of world peace and in behalf of the economic and social advancement of developing nations. The Pope and the President, both of whom were wounded by gun-shots of would-be assassins in 1981, spent 45 minutes in private conversation before their joint exchange of views, which were televised in the United States and Italy. Reagan stated, "Today, Your Holiness, marks the beginning of the United Nations special session on disarmament. We pledge to do everything possible in these discussions, a real and lasting peace throughout the world. To us, this is nothing less than a sacred trust." June 1982


President Reagan with his Family
Title:
President Reagan with his Family
Chrome unused

Description:
Left to right: Geoffrey and Anne Davis (Nancy Reagan's nephew and niece); Dennis Revell and his fiancee, Maureen Reagan; Michael and Colleen Reagan and Jon Camera; President and Mrs. Reagan; Neil Reagan (the President's brother) and wife, Bess; Dr. Richard Davis (Nancy Reagan's brother), his wife, Patricia; Patti Davis (the President's daughter); Ronald P. Reagan, (the President's son) and wife, Doria



"Sugar Ray" Leonard Visits the White House
Title:
"Sugar Ray" Leonard Visits the White House
Chrome unused

Description:
Boxing champion "Sugar Ray" Leonard and his lovely wife are welcomed to the White House by President Reagan. September 1981


North-South Summit
Title:
North-South Summit
Cancun, Chrome unused

Description:
President Reagan attended the two day North-South Summit in the luxury resort of Cancun, Mexico. The conference provided Reagan with a valuable opportunity for private talkes with Third World heads of state. Members of the delegation of the International Meeting on Cooperation and Development. First row from left are: President Reagan, Ivory Coast President Felix Boigny, Bangladesh Interim President Abdus Sattar, Algerian President Chadli Benjedid, West German Foreign Minister Hans Genscher, Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Mexican President Lopez Portillo, Prince Fahd of Saudi Arabia, Austrian Foreign Minister Willibald Pahr, Brazilian Foreign Minister Ramiro Guerreiro, Chinese Prime Minister Zho Ziyang and Phiippines President Ferdinand Marcos. Second row, from left: Yugoslav President Sergei Kraigher, Tanzanian President Julius Nyerere, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Japanese Prime Minister Zenko Suzuki, Guyana President Forbes Burnham, French President Francois Mitterrand, Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, Nigerian President Alhaji Shehu Shagari, Swedish Prime Minister Thorbiorn Falldin, Venezuelan Prime Minister Luis Herrera Campins and UN Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim. October 23, 1981



Son of Reaganstein, George Bush in his most Chilling Role
Title:
Son of Reaganstein, George Bush in his most Chilling Role
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Matt Wuerker 1990, Just When You Thought The Nightmare Was Over...From the makers of Contragate Zombies. A N.S.C./C.I.A. Production with Ollie North - Manuel Noriega - Fawn Hall and Dick Nixon as "Hap" Z not for those with weak constitutions copyright M. Wuerker '88 For our illustrated catalog send 50c in stamps to Box 498 Mendham, NJ 07945 MW-32


Rancher Ronnie
Title:
Rancher Ronnie
Chrome unused

Description:
This is a caricature of Ronald Reagan



Has Beans, Jolly Beans, Would Beans
Title:
Has Beans, Jolly Beans, Would Beans
Chrome unused

Description:
The Beans


Nancy on Rodeo Drive
Title:
Nancy on Rodeo Drive
Chrome unused

Description:
The President said "Prosperity was just around the corner!"



Nancy's Lawn Sale
Title:
Nancy's Lawn Sale
Chrome unused

Description:
World Famous Designer Gowns! CHINA, Slightly Used by Former Tenants


Rancher Nancy
Title:
Rancher Nancy
Chrome unused

Description:
CL-RR. Paper Doll #1



Ronald Reagan in "Cattle Queen of Montana"
Title:
Ronald Reagan in "Cattle Queen of Montana"
Chrome unused

Description:
Series CL-RR3, SC17489 Ronald Reagan in "Cattle Queen of Montana" Co-star Barbara Stanwyck. 1954


Ronald Reagan in "Bedtime for Bonzo"
Title:
Ronald Reagan in "Bedtime for Bonzo"
Chrome unused

Description:
Series CL-RR #2, SC17488 Ronald Reagan in "Bedtime for Bonzo," co-star, Diana Lynn, 1951 Mike Roberts Color Productions



President Ronald Reagan
Title:
President Ronald Reagan
Chrome unused

Description:
Inaugurated January 20, 1981 as the 40th President of the United of States. Shown with his wife , Nancy.


As President Jimmy Carter And Vice President Walter Mondale Leave Office
Title:
As President Jimmy Carter And Vice President Walter Mondale Leave Office
Chrome unused

Description:
As President Jimmy Carter and Vice-President Walter Mondale leave office, President Ronald Reagan and new First lady, Nancy, and Mrs. Bush lad applause in tribute to the outgoing administration.



It's Tough To Budget
Title:
It's Tough To Budget
Chrome unused

Description:
Years of Democratic Big Buck Bills. This is our country too, Let's help him pull! I've been trying to pull our country out of the red but it's tough to budget.


Presidential Pick Ats
Title:
Presidential Pick Ats
Chrome unused

Description:
Presidential Pick Ats hellpers on the Rocky Road to Recovery. Huge national Debt from Past Spendthrifties.



V-Toad
Title:
V-Toad
Chrome unused

Description:
Introducing the New 1983-84-85 Mudel V-Toad. This politically Minded Machine runs on Nothing but hot air! Like everything else out of Washington, it's Economical. Imagine 100 mils to the Gal? At Indianapoland - broke all Capitol Hill Records for passing the Buick. Leaves its Mark wherever its goes. Fooly Equipped with Motor. No-finish Starter. Layzee Automatic Transmission - Shiftless. Quiet - Rumble Seat that Doesn't Rumble. Easily Tires - and of course No Inflation. See thru Ballot Proof Windshield. Far Left Steering committee Wheel. Barbed Wire Wheels - Real Sharp! Colors - Black & Blue - doesn't show bruises. Manufactured in US by Dat son Abailable at all Gad I Lac, Old Mobile & Toy Auto Dealers.


Washing Done Weakly
Title:
Washing Done Weakly
Chrome unused

Description:
Ronnie Pills for the Nations ills! For the person who has everything - wrong with um Concocted from an old Reagan Family for mula Cures ailments you do't even have yet. Straightens out all Republican and Democratic Left Wingers. No more Gas, oil, or Electricity. One pill and your Flu had Flown Makes Fiends out of Enemies Attacks Cold till they're hot Cures Taxpayerities! For Sale Now or Never at all Drug counters and some that Don't Count.



Nancy's Flower Sale
Title:
Nancy's Flower Sale
Chrome unused


Nancy's Lawn Sale
Title:
Nancy's Lawn Sale
Chrome unused

Description:
World famous Designer Gowns! China, Slightly used by Former Tenants.



The Beans
Title:
The Beans
Chrome unused

Description:
Has beans, Jolly Beans, Would beans.


The Budget Buster
Title:
The Budget Buster
Chrome unused

Description:
"I need help from Above and from you, to tip O'Neill"



The Mice In The White House
Title:
The Mice In The White House
Chrome unused

Description:
"White House Mice Play when the Chief's Away."


Abolish Waist
Title:
Abolish Waist
Chrome unused

Description:
Doc Reagan Says: "Abolish Waist and Reduce Inflation".



Malfuzziness
Title:
Malfuzziness
Chrome unused

Description:
Anti-Administration bills. "I'm charging you birds up on the Hill with Malfuzziness!"


The Reagan's California Ranch
Title:
The Reagan's California Ranch
Chrome unused

Description:
The Reagan's California ranch, which is nestled 2,200 feet above the Pacific Ocean on 668 acres of rugged terrain in the Santa Ynez mountains, is aptly named Rancho del Cielo, "Ranch in the Sky". Here we see the beautiful "porch" in he 100 year old restored house which features some of the President's memorabilia. Even the standing broom adds to the homey atmosphere!.



President And Mrs. Reagan Pose With Members Of Their Family
Title:
President And Mrs. Reagan Pose With Members Of Their Family
Chrome unused

Description:
President and Mrs. Reagan pose with members of their family for a portrait. From left, back row are: Maureen Reagan, Dennis Revell, Michael Reagan, Patti Davis, Ron Reagan, Geoffrey Davix, and Dr. Richard Davis. From left, front row are: Bess Reagan, Neil Reagan, Colleen Reagan holding her daughter Ashley, Cameron Reagan, the President and Mrs. Reagan, Doria Reagan, Anne Davis and Patricia Davis. January 21, 1985.


President Reagan Frolics With His Granchildren Ashley And Cameron
Title:
President Reagan Frolics With His Granchildren Ashley And Cameron
Chrome unused

Description:
President Reagan frolics with his grandchildren, Ashley and Cameron, children of his son Michael. In the great American tradition of helping grandchildren fashion a snowman, Grandfather places the coal-like eyes with cameron's advice. Little Ashley appears to be more interested in snowball her father is making. Soon the family will return to the Los Angeles area, and Michael will again attend acting school as he learns the tools of a "new trade." January 19, 1985.



The Ritual Pledge To Preserve Protect And Defend The Constitution
Title:
The Ritual Pledge To Preserve Protect And Defend The Constitution
Chrome unused

Description:
The Ritual pledge to "preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution" was made at 11:57 a.m. on Sunday by Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States. The Ceremony was private because the inaugural date required by the Constitution fell on a Sunday, and good thinking and planning dictated not scheduling it on he Sabbath or Super Bowl Day. Nancy, in her flattering, patriotic "Nancy Reagan Red" holds the president's mother's Bible. January 20, 1985.


Nancy Reagan Befriends A Hospitalized Tot
Title:
Nancy Reagan Befriends A Hospitalized Tot
Chrome unused

Description:
Nancy Reagan befriends a hospitalized tot at the University of Mississippi Medical center. In the past two years Nancy has became a shining political plus, as she "wins friends and influences people" at carefully selected events. "She has became more of a person in her own right," says an aide, "and no longer just President Reagan's wife." She delivers speeches more often and more effectively, and hired an outside writer to provide her with new, improved materials. She opened her arms to a young drug addict at a rehabilitation clinic, spent time with drug-addicted jail inmates, and devoted energy to the Foster Grandparents Program. An observer has declared her to be as "good an instinctive politician as her husband. She's more tactical, he's more strategic." November 4, 1984.



President Reagan Rides High In The Saddle
Title:
President Reagan Rides High In The Saddle
Chrome unused

Description:
President Reagan rides "high in the saddle: in more ways than one as he gallops into the final frenzy of he 1984 election campaign. Assuredly, all Western states are Reagan country because people identify with his Western image. "He looks like the kind of guy who would make Marlboro ads." On his whirlwind, cross-country tour in August, 1984, women told him that he was handsomer than he looked on Television. "Thank you," Reagan replied, "That's nice to hear." October 1984.


The 20 Foot High Michigan Blue Spruce
Title:
The 20 Foot High Michigan Blue Spruce
Chrome unused

Description:
The 20 foot high Michigan blue spruce sparkles down with golden splendor on the Reagans as they visit the already richly appointed Blue Room before the tourists get a peek at "Christmas in the White House." The tree is festooned with baby's breath, dusty miller and other wildflowers, 600 animals and 150 tiny angels made form natural materials such as pine cones, nuts, seeds pods, and milkweed. (Made at the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, PA.) December 6, 1984.



Actress Pattie Davis And Yoga Instructor Paul Grilley
Title:
Actress Pattie Davis And Yoga Instructor Paul Grilley
Chrome unused

Description:
Actress Pattie Davis, 31, and Yoga Instructor paul Grilley, 25, are married in a traditional ceremony at the Los Angeles Hotel Bel Air. President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy came down form their Santa Barbara ranch to give their daughter away and meet he new in-laws, Terrence and Donna grille. 180 police and federal agents looked out as 134 guest looked on to see the couple exchange gold bands (Patti's had 5 diamonds). Nancy, in buttercup colored short dress and matching shoes, helped the President toast the newly-weds, saying, "May they know this kind of joy for the rest of their lives." August 14, 1984.


First Lady Nancy Meets One Of The Beneficiaries At The Peking Zoo
Title:
First Lady Nancy Meets One Of The Beneficiaries At The Peking Zoo
Chrome unused

Description:
First Lady Nancy Reagan meets one of he beneficiaries at the Peking Zoo. She presented the "pennies for pandas" donation form many American school children who seem enchanted with pandas and their plight. April 28, 1984.



First Lady Nancy Reagan Gleefully Introduces Santa Claus
Title:
First Lady Nancy Reagan Gleefully Introduces Santa Claus
Chrome unused

Description:
First Lady, Nancy Reagan gleefully introduces Santa Claus (John Riggins of the Washington Redskins) to the children at a pre-Christmas Party in the White House. December 10, 1984.


President Reagan And Nancy Visit A German Bunker
Title:
President Reagan And Nancy Visit A German Bunker
Chrome unused

Description:
President Reagan and Nancy visit a German bunker at Pointe du Hoc, Normandy. French President, Francois Mitterand, delivering the gathering's only speech, gave thanks to the 10,000 Allied soldiers who lost their lives on D-Day while helping to deliver France for captivity. President Reagan dedicated a plague to the 2nd and 5th Ranger Battalions who had secured the beach and scaled the sheer cliffs under murderous gunfire. June 6, 1984.



President Reagan Stands Outside The Oval Office
Title:
President Reagan Stands Outside The Oval Office
Chrome unused

Description:
President Reagan Stands outside the Oveal Office on a balmy August day. His personality and his command of television are only part of his leadership qualities. He has brought about a revival of patriotism, confidence and national purpose. "America is basically a nation that believes in a kind of Manifest Destiny - Reagan personifies an idealized image of what America would like to be." August 17, 1984.


President Reagan Greeted Mary Lou Retton
Title:
President Reagan Greeted Mary Lou Retton
Los Angele, Chrome unused

Description:
In Los Angeles, President Reagan greeted Mary Lou Retton and looked over a crowd of 600 members of the U. S. Olympic team while stating, “There is a new patriotism spreading across our country. So when you're put there, set your sights high . . . Then go for it! Do it for yourselves, for your families, for your country and . . .do it for the Gipper.” Mary Lou Retton sports her gold medals won while charming a responsive crowd. The 16 year old gymnast evoked instant adulation, a ticket tape parade in New York, and lucrative advertising contracts that capitalized on her charisma. August 13, 19894.



President Reagan Tests Some Of The Sports Training Equipment
Title:
President Reagan Tests Some Of The Sports Training Equipment
Chrome unused

Description:
President Reagan Tests some of the Sports-training equipment during his visit to the Olympic Training Center. Dr. Thomas Pearson of Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, who studied Reagan's medical data, said, "He appears to be what we strive for in preventive programs - a person in the eighth decade of life in excellent functional condition." May 29, 1984.


Worried Reagan Officials And The American Public
Title:
Worried Reagan Officials And The American Public
Chrome unused

Description:
Worried Reagan officials and the American Public were relieved to learn of aviator Lt. Robert Goodman's release. Rev. Jesse Jackson flew to Syria to negotiate freedom with Syrian leader Hafez Assad in a rare private meeting to “break the cycle of pain” between our two nations. Jackson and naval aviator flew home on an Air force VC-137 jet as goodman revealed the Syrian captors had beaten him at first and interrogated him; but, he had given vague answers. This photo shows President Reagan giving thanks to jesses Jackson and the modest young lieutenant as his wife, family, George Schultz, and Casper Weinberger look on. January 4, 1984.



During A New Surge In His Popularity
Title:
During A New Surge In His Popularity
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During a new surge in his popularity, “The Only President to Get Younger in Office,” announced from the Oval Office on Sunday night, February 4, 1984 that he would run for reelection. His long-term goals included a 10-year goal to orbit a manned space station, and a meeting with Congressional Democrats to agree on a three-year, $100 billion deficitreduction package. Nancy radiates her happiness over his decision and unabashedly gave him a kiss for the cameras.


Monaco's Prince Rainier And His Royal Family Members
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Monaco's Prince Rainier and his royal family members stayed at the White House when they visited Washington to attend a series of fundraisers for the Princess Grace Foundation. The highlight was a dinner dance with crooning from singer Julio Iglesias. Other guests were Cary Grant, Princess Maria Beatrice of Italy and the Count and Countess de Brialles Chandon, as in Moet et Chandon champagne, February, 1984.



The New Miss America Vanessa Williams
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The New Miss America Vanessa Williams
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The New Miss America. Vanessa Williams, had a brief meeting with president Regan at the white house and they spent their time discussing how one keeps in shape on a busy, Busy schedule. Williams said her meeting with the President was the most memorable moment of her reign so far. The White House state dinner she attended shortly after winning her crown was her second most memorable event. October 17, 1983.


The President Dutch
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The President Dutch
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The President, “Dutch” to most residents, came home to Dixon, Illinois to celebrate his 73rd birthday. Hundreds of the largely Republican city of 15,700 braved the bitter cold to welcome the local boy who made good. Accompanied by wife Nancy, and his brother Neil “Moon”, the President toured the restored family home at 816 South Hennepin Avenue where he lived before he went off to make his mark in Hollywood and Washington. February 6, 1984.



President Reagan And Nancy Make The First Trip To Asia Of His Presidency
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President Reagan And Nancy Make The First Trip To Asia Of His Presidency
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President Reagan and Nancy make the first trip to Asia of his presidency, as they visit Japan in a very visual, political trip to display Reagan to Japanese voters as a world statesman, consulted by an ally, Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone who faced election troubles, survived a drubbing, then picked up the pieces to reorganize. Some Reagan lieutenants complained about this trip, but there was a need to demonstrate U. S. solidarity with allies that it can count on. Reagan also hoped to prod for action on the serious trade disputes between the U. S. and Japan, and progress was made on these thorny issues. The Nakasones entertained their famous visitors during lunch at the Prime Minister's country retreat, a cottage 35 miles west of Tokyo, a sort of Oriental Camp David. November 11, 1983.


First Lady Nancy Reagan Invited Lee Kil Woo
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First Lady Nancy Reagan Invited Lee Kil Woo
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In Korea, First Lady Nancy Reagan invited Lee Kil Woo, 8, (left) and Ahn Ji Sook, 7, to the United States for lifesaving heart surgery. The children traveled to the U. S. aboard Air Force one, then spent some time with the Reagans at the White House. The surgeries were a complete success, and the childrens soon returned home after their “miraculous” surgery and the attention of an equally marvelous friend in need. November 12, 1983.



Nancy Reagan Enjoys President Regan's White Horse
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Nancy Reagan Enjoys President Regan's White Horse
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Nancy Reagan enjoys President Reagan's white horse (and the exercise) as she corrals El Alamein, a gift form the president of Mexico, Miguel De La Madrid. Toward the end of August, the President traveled to Mexico for a return visit with De La madrid to discuss their profound disagreements over how to handle the crisis in Central America. The two leaders signed an agreement to protect their 2,000 mile common border from pollution; however, both sides agreed to disagree about Central America. June 30, 1983.


President And Nancy Reagan Pay Tribute To National Leaders Of The Arts
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President And Nancy Reagan Pay Tribute To National Leaders Of The Arts
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President and Nancy Reagan pay tribute to national leaders of the arts at the Sixth Annual Kennedy Center honors. A star studded crowd greeted the honorees at the Kennedy Center after the recipients were presented the rainbow ribboned medals at the White House. Honored for a lifetime of achievement were: Composer-Critic Virgil Thomson, 87; Director Elia Kazan, 74; Singer Frank Sinatra, 68; Dancer Choreographer Katherine Dunham, 73; and Actor Jimmy Stewart, 75. December 3, 1983.



Queen Elizabeth Delivers A Speech In San Francisco
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Queen Elizabeth Delivers A Speech In San Francisco
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Queen Elizabeth delivers a speech in San Francisco near the end of a rainy tour by royal yacht, air, and auto. Flanked by George P. Shultz, Secretary of State, and President Reagan, her majesty delivers the line that broke up Reagan: “I knew before we com that we have exported may of our traditions to the United States, but I had not realized that weather was one of them.: March 3, 1983.


Different Strokes
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Different Strokes
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Nancy Reagan returns to the screen for the first time in 27 years to help her antidrug crusade. Shown here on the set of “Different Strokes,” she congratulates Gary Coleman for the expose of drugs written into his Arnold character dialogue. Ignoring cue cards, Mrs. Reagan stumbles over a few lines but accomplished each of her two scenes in a single take. March 9, 1983.



Country And Western Entertainer Merle Haggard
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Country And Western Entertainer Merle Haggard
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Country and Western entertainer, Merle Haggard, Performs for President and Mrs. Reagan in southern California. March 8, 1982.


Nancy Reagan Just Like Any Other Homemaker
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Nancy Reagan Just Like Any Other Homemaker
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Nancy Reagan, just like any other homemaker, understands inflation. At the White House kitchen she oversees work where chefs and staff prepare for state events. Costs are soaring as salaries and the prices of supplies rise, even though the Reagans pay for all the food they serve at private parties. Running costs have risen 29 percent despite efforts by the President and his wife to pare down costs for the 132 room mansion. The national Parks Service, which pays the bills, has allocated $3.8 million for the coming year to maintain and operate the White House. April 12, 1982.



Ronald Reagan's Hollywood Film Career
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Ronald Reagan's Hollywood Film Career
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Ronald Reagan's Hollywood film career began on June 1, 1937. Warner Studio needed a likable male actor in his midtwenties, with typical good American looks – a type that Reagan fitted perfectly. His speaking voice and his bright, enthusiastic personality pleased Jack Warner. Reagan was granted a seven year contract with a starting salary of two hundred dollars per week. His movie career terminated in 1964. After this date he became more involved in America's political scene. Two years later, on November 8, 1966. Ronald Reagan was elected governor of the state of California – a stepping stone to the presidency.


Smurfs
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Smurfs
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Smurfs are such fun, says Nancy Reagan and millions of young and old across the USA. Smurfs come in all occupations, they live in mushrooms, they outsmart the villian Gargamil, and rescue mother Nature. This craze comes in stuffed animals, clothes, Smurf shoes, posters, puzzles, button's mobiles, banks, toothbrushes, sheets, blankets etc. the annual White House Easter Egg Roll has come a long way as Mrs. Reagan keeps it spiced up with current trends. April 12, 1983.



President Reagan And Queen Elizabeth Ii Ride Near Windsor Castle
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President Reagan And Queen Elizabeth Ii Ride Near Windsor Castle
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President Reagan and Queen Elizabeth II ride near Windsor Castle. Reagan fondly recalls, “Queen Elizabeth is a most charming down-to-earth person. She's a very good rider”. When the two of them rode, it was “not like in the parades where it has to be traditional sidesaddle. It is called forward seat, the modern riding, and you knew that she was in charge of the animal.” June 7, 1982.


President Reagan Delivers The Second In A Series Of Radio Broadcasts
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President Reagan Delivers The Second In A Series Of Radio Broadcasts
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President Reagan delivers the second in a series of radio broadcasts to the nation form his Rancho del Cielo Ranch north of Santa Barbara, Ca. In reference to his “Pipeline Politics”, Reagan was determined to stop the Soviet natural gas pipeline for two reasons: (1) prod the governments of Western Europe to take a tough stance against Soviet misbehavior, especially in Poland and, (2) demonstrate the president's firmness. The pipeline sanctions were lifted later, but allies vowed to tighten existing controls on the sale of strategic items to the Soviets.



Ronald Reagan Pleasing The Crowd In Billings
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Ronald Reagan Pleasing The Crowd In Billings
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Ronald Reagan pleasing the crowd in Billings. Montana with his 10 gallon hat, a big smile and riding atop an authentically restored Wells Fargo & Co. coach. Reagan was here to “sell” his tax package as well as explaining his views and appealing directly to the people via Prime-time television. He interpreted the tax package as a crackdown measure to “see to it that everyone pays his fair share”, rather than as a tax increase. August 11, 1982.


The Flower Girl
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The Flower Girl
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The flower girl, Christina Bachman, with a bouquet for President and Mrs. Reagan, scooted past a policeman, three West German guards and a U. S. Secret Service Agent. The Reagans were posing for photographers with West German President karl Carstens and his wife at the Entrance to Villa hammer Schmidt, the presidential palace. Hesitant guards finally let the seven year old through and Nancy knelt down and gave her a hug as she accepted the bunch of mixed flowers from the still bold but bashfull little girl. June 11, 1982.



An 800-Lb. Boar Named Shank
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An 800-Lb. Boar Named Shank
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An 800-lb. Board named Shank (freshly scrubbed for the occasion) has Reagan's at attention as his Iowa hosts listen during a fence-mending trip to woo 2.4 million struggling farmers. The President extended, for one year, the grain supply agreement with the Soviet Union. He sipped lemonade, spooned into home-made peach ice cream and drew hearty laughs with vintage Reagan storytelling. August 1982.


First Lady Nancy Reagan
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First Lady Nancy Reagan
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First Lady Nancy Reagan, long interested in programs such as the “Foster Grandparents” visits with children at St. Anne's Hospital in Hyattsville, Maryland. March 18, 1981.



Orphan Annie And Her Dog
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Orphan Annie And Her Dog
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Orphan Annie and her dog share President and Nancy Reagan with crowds of other celebrities at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. The record crowd of 30,000 people were dazzled by a 75 high Bullwinkle balloon, Captain America, Ronald McDonald, the Smurfs, Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Garfield the Cat. Jeremy the Crow, Snoopy in a bunny suit, Mickey Mouse Spider Man, the Incredible Hulk, Woody Woodpecker, Donald Duck and Even An Easter Bunny! April 12, 1982.


President Reagan Hosts A Group Of Exiled Soviet Dissidents
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President Reagan Hosts A Group Of Exiled Soviet Dissidents
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President Reagan hosts a group of exiled Soviet dissidents whose personal statement of persecutions and prison terms visibly moved the president. Pastor George Vins, a Baptist activist whom the Soviet regime had imprisoned, began the White House luncheon with a prayer and gave Reagan a copy of the tiny Bible that prisoners were able to hide from the guards in Soviet labor camps. Reagan “reaffirmed his position” in support of human rights and said he planned to do more to try to improve the situation inside the Soviet Union. May 11, 1982.



Evangelist Billy Graham
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Evangelist Billy Graham
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Never one to take partisan political positions, Evangelist Billy Graham has long been associated with American Presidents. Going back to the administration of Harry Truman, Graham has been a friend and “Unofficial” advisor to Chief Executives. At times he had held religious services at the White House and taken part In many historic events. After spending the night in he white House, the Grahams are bidding farewell to he Reagans. July 1981.


Ron Jr. And Mother Nancy Reagan
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Ron Jr. And Mother Nancy Reagan
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Ron. Jr. and mother, Nancy Reagan go for a spin around the South grounds of the White House on a sunny afternoon. They are trying out the tandem bicycle before taking it to Camp David. Ap0ril 22, 1981.



Ronald Reagan One Of The Most Active Presidents
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Ronald Reagan One Of The Most Active Presidents
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Ronald Reagan, one of the most active presidents, tackles a necessary job on his ranch with the same grit and determination he applies to domestic and world problems. Using physical labor to stimulate thinking, the president juggles global headaches in the Falklands crises, the Mideast war, the Salvadoran unrest and the struggle over a budget compromise. May 5, 1982.


The Reagans Spend A Relaxed Moment Together In The Sitting Area Of Their Comfortable Bedroom
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The Reagans Spend A Relaxed Moment Together In The Sitting Area Of Their Comfortable Bedroom
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The Reagans spend a relaxed moment together in the sitting area of their comfortable bedroom. Here we see hand-painted Chinese wallpaper depicting flying birds. Nancy has a decided flare for decorating which always reflects a warm and elegant feeling. November 18, 1981.



Warm Press Comments Appeared About Nancy Reagan And Her Crusade Against Drugs
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Warm Press Comments Appeared About Nancy Reagan And Her Crusade Against Drugs
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Warm press comments appeared about Nancy Reagan and her crusade against drugs, as she blossomed as an advocate for more understanding and help in this national problem affecting so many people. March 1982.


Former President Of The Screen Actor's Guild
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Former President Of The Screen Actor's Guild
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President And Mrs. Reagan Exchange Gifts At Their First White House Christmas
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President And Mrs. Reagan Exchange Gifts At Their First White House Christmas
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President and Mrs Reagan exchange gifts at their first White House Christmas. First Lady Nancy often says, “My life really began when I met Ronnie”. When he is speaking, she follows his every word. Here, their admiring glances attest to their mutual affection. December 24, 1981.


Fernando Valenzuela
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Fernando Valenzuela
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Fernando Valenzuela, the phenomenon of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and Mexican President Jose Lopez Portillo were guests at a White House luncheon. What a prodigious year for this young sportsman! He won a World Series victory; National League rookie of the year laurels; the Cy Young Award for the league's most outstanding pitcher – and – he married lovely Linda Margarita Buros, an elementary school teacher. Valenzuela, a cool rookie on the mound, perspired profusely throughout the marriage ceremony. He said, “I'm in love, and in he United States it's hard living alone, not knowing the language and the way of life.” July 9, 1981.



President And Mrs. Regan Appear Relaxed And Happy
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President And Mrs. Regan Appear Relaxed And Happy
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Following the signing of the largest budget and tax cuts in U.s. History, President and Mrs. Reagan appear relaxed and happy as they look forward to 28 days of privacy at their beloved 688 acre California Ranch. August 13, 1981.


President Reagan In His Speech
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President Reagan In His Speech
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President Reagan in his speech at the commencement exercises at the U. s. Military Academy at West Point, M. Y., vowed to continue to boost U.S. Defense readiness, both by building up military hardware and improving the pay of the armed forces. He declared that while he opposes increases in government spending, he did agree with George Washington's words, …” to be prepared for war is one of the most effective means of preserving peace.” After the ceremonies, President and Mrs. Reagan stopped to greet old Hollywood friends, Mr. And Mrs. James Cagney. Both Cagney and Reagan were featured in the 1938 Warner Bros. Movie, “Boy meets Girl.” May 27m 1981.



A White House Cabinet Meeting On The Economy Involves
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A White House Cabinet Meeting On The Economy Involves
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A White House Cabinet Meeting on the economy involves interior Secretary James Watts, President Reagan and Director of the Office of Management and Budget David Stockman and the Inevitable California Jelly Beans. A jar of this confection is often passed around the table to help lessen tension of the decision makers. Stockman (to the right of the president) had much to ponder as he is both praised and condemned by Congress and the media for the thankless task of cutting back on federal spending.


In Her Role As Wife Of The President
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In Her Role As Wife Of The President
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In her role as wife of the President, First Lady Nancy Reagan elegantly represents the President and the United States at the Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and lady Diana Spencer. After a week-long stay in London, Nancy was overjoyed at the graciousness of the royal family and the loveliness of Lady Diana and her wedding. She was enchanted with the pomp and pageantry of the occasion as she saw more royalty than most Britons see in a lifetime. Nancy was quiet taken with the Queen Mother a portrait of the lovable regal lady adorns her office. July 19, 1981.



President And Mrs. Reagan Greet Ann Miller And Mickey Rooney
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President And Mrs. Reagan Greet Ann Miller And Mickey Rooney
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President And Mrs. Reagan greet Ann Miller and Mickey Rooney, stars of the hit broadway show, “Sugar Babies” backstage following their new York performance. March 13, 1981.


The President And First Lady Nancy
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The President And First Lady Nancy
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The President and First lady Nancy, along with Vice President and Mrs. Bush enjoy a little play with “Fred” the Bush family dog, at eh Vice President's official residence.



The Reagan's California Ranch Retreat
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The Reagan's California Ranch Retreat
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The Regan's California Ranch retreat, aptly named Rancho del cielo, “Ranch in the Sky”, nestles 2,200 feet above the Pacific Ocean on 688 acres of rugged terrain in the Santa Ynez mountains. The 100 year old adobe was lovingly restored, serving nicely as a background for Reagan's memorabilia and western decorations. The five room house depends on tow fireplaces for heat and the President pridefully chops the wood and keeps it stacked high. “This place has a pell”, the President said, “and people feel it when they come here.”


First Lady's 58Th Birthday
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First Lady's 58Th Birthday
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July 6, 1981 in the East Wing of the White House, Nancy Reagan laughs and tries on a gag birthday gift to wear to the royal wedding. The bonnet, sent by an unidentified well-wisher, is to celebrate the First Lady's 58th birthday. January 6, 1981.



President Reagan Dresses In Typical
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President Reagan Dresses In Typical
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President Reagan Dresses in typical, Relaxed style at his California ranch where, he says, “I restore myself”. Here he rides his favorite “Little Man”, a 17 year old thoroughbred he raised from a clot. He retreats to his mountain ranch to labors of love: splitting wood, cleaning underbrush, pruning limbs, and to trail ride.


President Reagan Honored 32 Members Of Baseball's Hall Of Fame
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President Reagan Honored 32 Members Of Baseball's Hall Of Fame
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President Reagan honored 32 members of Baseball's Hall of Fame at a white House luncheon. A painting of Grover Cleveland Alexander, one of the foremost figures in American baseball, was presented to the President by Edward Stack, President of the hall of Fame, as Willie Mays looks on. Reagan portrayed pitcher Alexander in a 1952 movie, “The Winning Team”. March 27, 1981.



President Reagan Recuperating In The White House
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President Reagan Recuperating In The White House
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President Reagan recuperating in the White House, skillfully uses the telephone as a persuasive tool. Here he works on his “Reaganomic” program by phoning congressmen at all hours of the night and early morning. This successful method changed some Democrats form “no” to the “yes” list on the Gramm-Lotta compromise.


President Ronald Reagan Returns Home To The White House
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President Ronald Reagan Returns Home To The White House
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President Ronald Reagan returns home to the White House, a national hero by virtue of the bullet that was meant to take his life. He showed the recuperative powers of a much younger man; this clear proof of his physical stamina enhanced peoples view of him. Reagan came home to the white House a double hero to his waiting, admiring staff. April 11, 1981.



First Lady Nancy Reagan Has A Big Hug For Missy Jablonski
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First Lady Nancy Reagan Has A Big Hug For Missy Jablonski
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First Lady Nancy Reagan has a big hug for Missy Jablonski, March of Dimes National Poster child at the White House. Long active in charity the Reagans are right at home in the traditional presidential role of honorary head of such worthy causes. March 23, 1981.


President Reagan Accepts A Get Well Card Sent By The White House Staff
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President Reagan Accepts A Get Well Card Sent By The White House Staff
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President Reagan accepts a Get Well card sent by the White House Staff. Prior to entering surgery, his twinkling humor shone through as he bantered with his wife and doctors, saying he “forgot to duck”. Exhibiting great recuperative powers, Reagan soon bounced back form the injuries and was up and about, visiting the other wounded members of his entourage. April 8, 1981.



President Reagan's 70Th Birthday Celebration
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President Reagan's 70Th Birthday Celebration
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President Reagan's 70th birthday celebration truly surprised the amazing man as his many friends arrived. A group of his Hollywood friends were in attendance. He is shown cutting one of his birthday cakes. Instead of one cake, there were 12, which featured his initials, RWR, as a decoration. February 6, 1981.


The Two White House Easter Bunnies
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The Two White House Easter Bunnies
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the two White House Easter bunnies help Nancy Reagan greet the 21,000 children who came to frolic at the traditional Easter Monday Egg Roll and newly instituted egg hunt. The President, still convalescing from his painful ordeal, is upstairs re-engaging with the routine of the Presidency by easy steps as he approaches the end of the “First Hundred Days” in office – a successful period that saw a decisive U-turn in the course of American government. April 20, 1981.



President Reagan Is Shown At Uplands Air Force Base
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President Reagan Is Shown At Uplands Air Force Base
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President Reagan is shown at Uplands Air Force Base reviewing the Honor Guard, which is under the direction of the governor General of Canada, Edward Scheyer. Ottawa, Canada. March 10, 1981.


President Reagan Steps Briskly Across The Rose Garden
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President Reagan Steps Briskly Across The Rose Garden
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President Reagan Steps briskly across the Rose Garden Colonnade as he leaves his quarters for work in the Oval Office. His work habits are evidenced by the “homework” under his arm. He often greets his personal secretary, Helene von Damm, with a cheery boast, “Look what I did last night,” handing her a plump folder of papers he has read and signed. He prefers to do his overtime in the White House family quarters instead of working late in the office . . . a habit that resembles Eisenhower's more that Carter's. March 6, 1981.



President Reagan With His Family
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President Reagan With His Family
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President Reagan with his family, left to right: Geoffrey and Anne Davis (Nancy Reagan's nephew and niece); Dennis Revell and his fiancee, Maureen Reagan; Michael and Colleen Reagan and Jon Camera; President and Mrs. Reagan; Neil Reagan (the President's brother) and wife, Bess; Dr. Richard Davis (Nancy Reagan's brother), his wife, Patricia; Patti Davis (the President's daughter); Ronald P. Reagan, (the President's son) and wife, Doria.


The Reagan Team With Number One Salesman
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The Reagan Team With Number One Salesman
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President Ronald Reagan, In coming weeks it is expected that members of Ronald Reagan's official family will fan out across the nation to urge grassroot support for the Reagan economic recovery plan. Of course, the number one salesman in Reagan himself – universally considered the best communicator in the White Hose since FDR. In this official portrait of the Cabinet are: (front row, L to R) Secretary of State Alexander Haig, President Ronald Reagan, Vice President George Bush and Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberger. (Second row L to R) Secretary of labor Raymond Donovan, Secretary of the Treasury Donald Regan, Secretary of Education Terrell Bell, Director of the Office of Management and budget David Stockman secretary of Transportation Drew Lewis, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Samuel Pierce, Attorney General William French Smith, Secretary of the Interior James Watt, U. N. Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick, Counselor to the President Edwin Meese, Secretary of Energy James Edwards, Secretary of Commerce Malcolm Baldridge, U. S. Trade Ambassador William Brock, Secretary of Health and Human Services Richard Schweiker, Secretary of Agriculture John Block and C. I. A. Director William Casey. January 1981.



Twice Elected Governor Of California
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Twice Elected Governor Of California
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Twice elected governor of California (1967-1975), Ronald Reagan gained his reputation as a fiscal conservative and an able administrator among Democrats and Republicans alike. It was during those years that his popularity swept the nation and provided the base for his election to the presidency in 1980. (Taken in 1968)


Birthplace Of President Ronald Reagan
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Birthplace Of President Ronald Reagan
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Tampico, Illinois, birthplace of the 40th President of the United States. President Reagan was born in the walk-up flat above the bank bui9lding. (After a few days in the white House, Reagan referred to his beginnings at this residence, quipping, “Things really haven't improved much – I'm still living over the office!”) His parents were John Edward and knelled Wilson Reagan. His brother is Neil, known as “Moon”.



Jordon's King Hussein And Egyptian President Hosni Murbarak
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Jordon's King Hussein And Egyptian President Hosni Murbarak
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Jordon's King Hussein and Egyptian President Hosni Murbarak, two of President Reagan's closest friends in the Arab world, came to the White House to urge the president to seek peace in the Mideast by closely cooperating with the Palestine Liberation Organisation. This and other successive U. S. administrations have rejected this course, “partly because of Israeli objections and partly out of distaste dealing with a group that uses terrorism as basic policy.” February 2, 1984.


President Reagan Assists In Lighting the Olympic Flame
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President Reagan Assists In Lighting the Olympic Flame
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President Reagan assists in lighting the Olympic flame at the White House as games preparations go on without Russia participating. Flown to the United States from Greece on a government jet, the Olympia flame burned bravely in rainy Manhattan and thence to Washington, D. c. as it continued its 9,000 mile journey to Los Angeles. Citizens from all walks of life and varying abilities vied to carry the flame of freedom that evoked much emotionalism and patriotic ferver across the United States. May 4, 1984.



Ronald Reagan And The Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko
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Ronald Reagan And The Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko
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Ronald Reagan the U. S. President, and the Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko held a four-hour meeting in the Oval Office. Upon entering the White House, Gromyko signed the guest book with the remark, in English, “Aha, my first concession.” The aim if the meeting was to clear the atmosphere between the two super-powers. The two men stood firm in their respective positions, however, but agreed on one thing: it was necessary for their countries to keep in contact. U. S. Secretary of State George Schultz said that a “useful exchange of viewpoints took place, an intense personal exchange between the two individuals.” they discussed the nuclear thrust, the Gulf War, the situation in Lebanon, the Palestinian problem and the question of human rights. It is hoped that this meeting is a step forward in the direction of peace. September 28, 1984.


Ronald Reagan In Bedtime For Bonzo
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Ronald Reagan In Bedtime For Bonzo
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Ronald Reagan in “Bedtime for Bonzo”, costar, Diana Lynn. 1951.



Ronald Reagan In Cattle Queen Of Montana
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Ronald Reagan In Cattle Queen Of Montana
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Ronald Reagan in “Cattle Queen of Montana”, Co Star Barbara Stanwyck. 1954.


Emperor Hirohito Stands With President And Mrs Reagan
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Emperor Hirohito Stands With President And Mrs Reagan
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Emperor Hirohito stands with President and Mrs. Reagan at Tokyo arrival ceremony. Reagan paused amid the praise and pageantry of the first full day of his largely ceremonial visit to issue a careful warning that “a rising tide of protectionism threatens the otherwise friendly relations between Japan and the United States.” Reagan was striving to show that the U. S. considers Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone an exceptional leader and reliable ally. Still unsolved, however, are the trade deficits and surpluses, the quotas, and not seeing eye-to-eye on numerous trade matters. November 9, 1983.



President Reagan And His Wife Nancy Visit The Excavation Site
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President Reagan And His Wife Nancy Visit The Excavation Site
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President Reagan and his wife, Nancy, visit the excavation site of the vast terra cotta army protecting the tomb of Emperor Qin who ruled the country in the 3rd century, B. C. In a speech at Shanghai's Fudan University, Reagan warned that the tow nations must “escape the fate of the buried armies of Xian – the buried warriors who stood for centuries frozen in time, frozen in unknowing enmity.” Reagan's trip had solid diplomatic and economic consequences. The Leaders took several steps to open up China to U. S. investors and the two governments reached an accord to build nuclear power plants in China. De Facto Ruler Deng Xiaoping and premier Zhoa Ziyang criticized Reagan privately for U. S. policies in the Middle East and Central America, but they tacitly approved of Reagan's steps to check U. S. S. R., including his arms buildup. April 29, 1984.


President Reagan And Nancy Visited The Nursery Of The Bridge Of The Rainbow
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President Reagan And Nancy Visited The Nursery Of The Bridge Of The Rainbow
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President Reagan and Nancy visited the nursery of the Bridge of the Rainbow, a model commune in a Shanghai Suburb. When the Chinese children saw the presidential couple, they chanted, “Grandpa, Grandma” which was pleasing “music” to the ears of their distinguished guests. The Costumed children performed to the tinkling sounds of their ankle bells. May 1, 1984.



President Reagan And Visiting Emir Of Bahrain
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President Reagan And Visiting Emir Of Bahrain
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President Reagan and visiting emir of Bahrain, depart from the White House after meeting in the Oval Office. Sheik Isa Bin Sulman al-Khalifa, the first ruler from Bahrain to pay an official visit to the United States, Spokane of the legitimate right of the Palestinian people to live in peace “within secure national boundaries.” The diminutive emir, dressed in goldfringed robes and traditional headdress is from the very rich oil emirate on the Red Sea, a principal source of oil for Europe and the United Sates. July 19, 1983.


In A White House Rose Garden Ceremony
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In A White House Rose Garden Ceremony
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In a White House Rose Garden ceremony, President Reagan signs the King holiday bill into law as King's widow, Coretta Scott King watches and subsequently receives the pen as a memento of victory after a long battle for a national holiday honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King. The civil-rights anthem. “We Shall Overcome” became audible after the audience of black leaders, members of Congress and other veterans of the civil rights movement watched the ceremony. November 2, 1983.



President Reagan Addresses Senate Republicans In The White House Dining Room
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President Reagan Addresses Senate Republicans In The White House Dining Room
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President Reagan addresses Senate Republicans in the White House dining room shortly after the assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. Reagan gave a stern talk on national security, party loyalty, and Airborne Warning and Control System jets (AWACS). The Chief Executive urged the Senate to sell five AWACS planes and other military equipment to Saudi Arabia. The measure was later approved by the full Senate. Senators form left are: Mark O. Hatfield (R-OR), Charles H. Percy (R-IL), John W. Warner (R-VA), Jesse Helms (R-NC), John G. Tower (R-TX), Howard Baker, Jr, (R-TN) and Vice President Bush. October 7, 1981.


President Reagan Walks Chinese Premier Zhoa Ziyang To His Car
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President Reagan Walks Chinese Premier Zhoa Ziyang To His Car
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President Reagan walks Chinese Premier Zhoa Ziyang to his car after signing agreements for economic and scientific accords. The core of Zhao's mission was a multi-agenda 70-minute talk in the Oval Office. During the fast round of dinners, meetings, and interviews, Zhao, 64, scored points for sophistication, low-key manner and personal warmth as he withstood pro-Taiwanese demonstrations, and discussed Korean unification talks. Premier Zhao Ziyang was the highest-ranking Peking Official ever to visit the U. S. Said Zhao, “I come as a friendly envoy of the Chinese people for the purpose of seeking increased mutual understanding.” January 10, 1983.



President Ronald Reagan Meets With India's Prime Minister Indira Gandhi
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President Ronald Reagan Meets With India's Prime Minister Indira Gandhi
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President Ronald Reagan meets with India's Prime Minister Indira Gandhi after a glittering state banquet at the White House. Clad in a silk Sari, Gandhi was promoting a greater understanding of each country's aims, which, Reagan noted, will bring “a rediscovery of how important we are to one another.” July 29, 1982.


The Ninth Economic Summit Meeting
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The Ninth Economic Summit Meeting
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The Ninth Economic Summit meeting was held in colonial Williamsburg, a far cry form the grand palaces of Versailles, the site of last year's meeting. President Reagan made a splendid choice, for not only is this town a reminder of the limits of power of freedom; but, it was a gathering place of ideas that shaped America and influenced the world. The heads of state pause to view some of the Colonial arts and crafts on view in front of Raleigh Tavern. From left: President Ronald Ragan; Chancellor Helmut Kohn of West Germany; Prime minister Amintore Fanani of Italy; Gaston Thorne of the European Community; Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher of Great Britain; President Francois Mitterrand of France and Prime minister Pierre Trudeau of Canada. May 29, 1983.



President Reagan
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President Reagan
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“I see an American economy and an America on the mend”, said President Reagan. 1982 was the USA's best inflation fighting year in a decade. Consumer prices rose only about 4.5 percent last year, the lowest since 1973's 3.4 percent. Reagan wants a simpler USA income tax, still following his campaign promises. The votes are not all in when it comes to some critical issues of President Reagan's original campaign; vetoing liberal causes; building popular support for the deep cuts in non-defense spending essential to fight inflation; encourage productivity; and hold down unemployment and high interest rates. Conservatives and liberals criticize him for opposite stances but time will tell if the outstanding positive trends will accentuate and boost Ronald Reagan's deserved upswing in popularity. Our President is looking younger and better than when he took office and that gives him an A+ in correct diet, exercise and endurance. End of the Second year report card.


President Reagan Happily Discusses Foreign Affairs
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President Reagan Happily Discusses Foreign Affairs
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President Reagan happily discusses foreign affairs with his new Secretary of State, George P. Schultz, 61, former president of Bechtel corporation. Reagan accepted Alexander Haig's sudden resignation with regret, but appeared to be glad to have a loyal Republican team player as a replacement, Since there was war in the Middle East and another in the South Atlantic simmering down, the President was in due need of a skilled manager, conservative economist – all in all, a sensible calming choice who was a Washington veteran with contacts around the world. June 26, 1982.



The Reagans Stroll With Queen Elizabeth Ii And Prince Philip
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The Reagans Stroll With Queen Elizabeth Ii And Prince Philip
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The Reagans stroll with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip through Windsor Castle's gardens. The Reagans had helicopter to the castle from Heathrow Airport and were quartered in a Lancaster Tower suite of rooms which afforded a magnificent view of Windsor Great Park. June 7, 1982.


Queen Beatrix
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Queen Beatrix
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Queen Beatrix kicks off a drive to improve relations between the Netherlands and the United States. Some Reagan administration officials consider the Netherlands an unreliable ally due to their neutralist stance and economic strategies. The Dutch parliament says, “We are misunderstood but Washington increasingly views the Netherlands as a fair weather friend”, who treated the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan lightly, refused to apply Soviet invasion of Afghanistan lightly, refused to apply sanctions against Moscow, and refused to accept a share of medium-range nuclear weapons NATO wanted. Especially among the young, anti-nuclear and anti-American sentiment runs strong; for this generation sees the United States not as Holland's liberator from the Nazi German occupation in WW II. But as an aggressor in Vietnam and El Salvador, April 19, 1982.



The Iron Curtain
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The Iron Curtain
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The Iron curtain: A famous opening in the wall that splits West Germany from the Communist East, is viewed by President Reagan. His visit to the Berlin Wall evoked memories of President John Kennedy's visit, 19 years ago, when millions of besieged West Berliners cheered and wept as he drove through the streets and then delivered his challenging historical, “Ich bin ein Berliner!” speech. Reagan spoke at Charlottenburg Palace to 25,000 West Berliners who had obtained free tickets by writing weeks in advance. He stressed preventing nuclear war from starting accidentally and his proposals for the Soviet Union's scaling down of arms and strategic exercises. June 1982.


The President's April 7-11 Trip To Jamaica And Barbados
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The President's April 7-11 Trip To Jamaica And Barbados
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The President's April 7-11 trip to Jamaica and Barbados was planned as a vacation but he found it impossible to escape matters of state. The welcoming crowds were colorful and raucous. In brief meetings with six Caribbean leaders, he heard pleas for more U. S. aid to the troubled region. The President and his wife reviewed the honor guard at Bridgetown, Barbados; Nancy visited a hospital: and they renewed acquaintances with Hollywood friend, Claudette Colbert, at her Barbados hideaway. April 11, 1982.



Four Presidents Been Pictured Side-By-Side In The White House
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Four Presidents Been Pictured Side-By-Side In The White House
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Never before in the Annals of American history have four presidents been pictured side-by-side in the White House. The unprecedented convocation was the tragic assassination of Egyptian Anwar Sadat in Cairo, Egypt. Due to the hazards and risks, White House aided advised against both President Reagan and Vice President Bush attending the services. Representing the United States at the funeral, three former presidents were in attendance: Richard M. Nixon (1969-74); Gerald R. Ford (1974-77) and Jimmy Carter (1977-81). October 8, 1981.


King Hussein
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King Hussein
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King Hussein was warmly welcomed by President and Nancy Reagan as mid-East peace settlements are discussed. The King was frank to say that Camp David is inadequate to solve the Palestinian question. He thought Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Fahd's eight-point plan might work, but the sale of AWACS radar planes to Saudi Arabia stopped discussions as Israel objected. King Hussein ultimately bought Soviet-made Sam-6 missiles to bolster Jordan's air defenses. November 16, 1981.



President Reagan Attended The Two Day North-South Summit In The Luxury Resort Of Cancun
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President Reagan Attended The Two Day North-South Summit In The Luxury Resort Of Cancun
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President Reagan attended the two day North-South Summit in the luxury resort of Cancun, Mexico. The conference provided Reagan with a valuable opportunity for private talks with Third World heads of state. Members of the delegation of the International meeting on Cooperation and Development. First row from left are: President Reagan, Ivory Coast President Felix Boigny, Bangladesh Interim president Abdus Sattar, Algerian President Chadli Benjedid, West German Foreign Minister Hans Genscher, Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Mexican President Lopez Portillo, Prince Fahd of Saudi Arabia, Austrian Foreign Minister Wilibald Pahr, Brazilian Foreign Minister Ramiro Guerreiro Chinese Prime Minister Zhao Ziyang and Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos. Second row, from left: Yugoslav President Sergej Kraigher, Tanzanian President Julius Nyerere, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Japanese Prime Minister Zenko Suzuki, Guyana President Forbes Burnham, French President Francois Mitterrand, Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, Nigerian President Alhaji Shehu Shagari, Swedish Prime Minister Thorbiorn Falldin, Venezuelan President Luis Herrera Campins and U. N. Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim. October 23, 1981.


President Ronald Reagan
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President Ronald Reagan
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President Ronald Reagan, in his role of “Commander-in-Chief” of the Armed Forces, made his first visit to an aircraft carrier, the U. S. S. constellation, 55 miles off the California coast. Addressing the 5,000 officers and crew, Reagan reaffirmed his pleadge of “a 600 ship Navy . . . a Navy large enough to deter any aggressions.” After viewing air and sea operations, the elated President was heard to enthusiastically declare the entire visit, “a Yankee Doodle Day.” August 20, 1981.



Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
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Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
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Just moments before his death in hail of gunfire, a relaxed and happy Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, along with Vice President Hosni Mubarak, watch an extravagant military review in celebration of the 8th anniversary of the October 6th War. In an attack totally unexpected, Sadat and many military leaders were killed when a group of extremists dressed in military uniforms walked toward the presidential reviewing stand and opened fire with machine guns and grenades. Mubarak, slightly wounded, became President and the stability of the nation never was in question. Shock waves were felt around the world due to this act of violence. President Reagan Praised the Egyptian leader as a great statesman, a champion of peace, and one of America's close friends. “In a world filled with hatred he was a man of hope,” Reagan said in a televised address. Peace loving Sadat now “belongs to the ages.” October 6, 1981.


President Reagan And Prime Minister Menachem
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President Reagan And Prime Minister Menachem
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President Reagan and Prime Minister Menachem Begin of Israel Meet in the Oval Office to discuss Palestinian Autonomy, and Israel's bombing of Iraq's ostrich nuclear reactor. Though mutual friends, the tow nations don't always agree on Middle – East policy. September 9 – 11, 1981.



Sandra Day O'Connor
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Sandra Day O'Connor
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Sandra Day O'Connor, a conservative former Arizona judge becomes an associate justice of the Supreme Court, the first woman in U. S. history to bear that title. O'Connor, the youngest member, is the 102nd justice and first appointment to the court by President Reagan. Elected as the first female member in the supreme Court's 191 years, O'Connor received a vote of 99 to 0 and proceeded to be inducted in the same robe she wore while on the Arizona bench. “I'll buy a new one eventually,” she promised. “They do get old, you know.” September 25, 1981.


A Jubilant Ronald Reagan Displays A Doodled Self-Portrait
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A Jubilant Ronald Reagan Displays A Doodled Self-Portrait
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A Jubilant Ronald Reagan displays a doodled Self-portrait, reflecting the triumph of his 190-day counter-revolution. In the final legislative battle over his economic program, 48 House Democrats moved over to help the President win a 238-to-195 victory the largest tax cut in U.S. History. On the same day, his radical tax cut package was endorsed by the Republican controlled Senate by a vote of 89 to 11. In approving the President's policy, the Congress thus reversed 50 years of government policy begun under President Franklin Roosevelt and his “New Deal.” “We have made a new beginning,” exulted the president. July 29, 1981.



A Pajama-Clad President Reagan
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A Pajama-Clad President Reagan
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A Pajama-clad President Reagan Takes a short walk with First Lady Nancy at the Washington University Hospital where he was recovering following the assassination attempt on March 30, 1981. Not long after this photo was taken, the President resumed his normal duties on a limited basis, and in a matter of weeks he had fully recovered. April 3, 1981.


During The First Months Of His Term
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During The First Months Of His Term
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During the first months of his term, President Reagan met with world leaders in an effort to know their problems and concerns, and to let them know him and his ideas. Here he is shown with French Foreign Minister jean Francois Poncet.



President Reagan Waves To Onlookers
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President Reagan Waves To Onlookers
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President Reagan waves to onlookers as he leaves the Washington Hilton Hotel following an address at a labor meeting. Seconds after this photo was taken, a man (hidden from camera view by a policeman) fired 5 shots, hitting the President, Press Secretary James Brady, Washington Policeman Thomas Delahanty and Secret Service Agent timothy Mc Carthy. Though the injured were to recover, the incident once again brought the issue of violence to the foreground. March 30, 1981.


Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
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Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
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Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher spent much of her first visit to the Reagan White House discussing common problems of England and the United States. She re-assured Reagan that her tough new policies were just the answer to pull the country out of its economic doldrums. She hasn't cured all of England's ills because, “It's not easy to turn a nation around,” she advised the President. Thatcher told Reagan that she is confident that they are both on the right track. She summed it up for him” . . . In the short term a certain amount of pain is inevitable in fighting inflation and other economic problems.” February 26, 1981.



President And Mrs. Ronald Reagan Greet Supporters
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President And Mrs. Ronald Reagan Greet Supporters
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President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan greet supporters at the 1981 Inaugural Ball as millions watch over network and closed curcuit television


President Ronald Reagan First Lady Nancy
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President Ronald Reagan First Lady Nancy
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President Ronald Reagan, First Lady Nancy, and guests watch as the Dixon, Illinois High School Band passes in review during the 1981 inaugural Parade. Dixon is Reagan's home town.



President Ronald Reagan Soon After Taking Office
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President Ronald Reagan Soon After Taking Office
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Soon after taking office, President Ronald Reagan welcomed home the American Hostages following their release; from 444 days of captivity in Iran. In warning our adversaries of the future, Reagan said, “Let terrorists beware that when the rules of international behavior are violated, our policy will be one of swift and effective retribution.” January 27, 1981.


President Ronald Reagan Swept Into Office
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President Ronald Reagan Swept Into Office
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President Ronald Reagan swept into office January 20, 1981 with a full slate of dramatic steps to reverse former policies. Reagan's election promises include: giving the reins to a free market economy to combat high unemployment and inflation; tax cuts totaling 30% over three years; balanced federal budget; and repeal of “red tape”. Reagan's old fashioned medicine will control growth in government spending. He will stimulate savings, production, and employment by cutting taxes. He wants to Abolish “Waste, extravagance, abuse and outright fraud”, abolish some departments and federal price controls. He'll accelerate leasing of federal lands for energy explorations, relax enforcement of environmental regulations, and keep regulatory agencies form “harassing small business.” January 20, 1981.



Reagan's Inaugural Parade
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Reagan's Inaugural Parade
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Reagan's Inaugural Parade down Pennsylvania avenue conformed to the traditions of the recent past, in sharp contrast to the “man of the people” approach by Carter who, with his family and friends, walked from the Capitol to the white House.


All-Around Athlete Ronald Reagan
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All-Around Athlete Ronald Reagan
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All-around athlete Ronald Reagan demonstrates good from on the golf course. His sports ability, starting as swimmer, high school football player, and lifeguard in Dixon Illinois, even surfaced in cinema. “Let's win this one for the gripper,” is a phrase immortalized in a Knute Rockne gridiron epic starring Reagan.



President And Mrs. Reagan
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President And Mrs. Reagan
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President and Mrs. Reagan ride at the head of the 1981 Inaugural Parade down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House following his swearing in as 40th President of the United States


President Ronald Reagan Gazes Toward The Washington Monument
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President Ronald Reagan Gazes Toward The Washington Monument
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President Ronald Reagan gazes toward the Washington Monument as he delivers his Inaugural Address to a crowd of 150,000. Millions through out the world witnessed the ceremony via television and radio.



When The Reagans Visited Washington Shortly After The Election
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When The Reagans Visited Washington Shortly After The Election
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When the Reagans visited Washington shortly after the election, they arrived early for a courtesy white House visit. A few minutes later, the Carters rushed out with a warm greeting. We see the President jestingly checking his watch, to the amusement of wife Rosalynn, Nancy, and Ronald Reagan.


Governor Reagan And President Carter
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Governor Reagan And President Carter
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Governor Reagan and President Carter appear at the traditional New York City “Al Smith Dinner” in one of their few meetings of campaign 80



Man Of The Hour
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Man Of The Hour
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Following the 1980 election, “Man of the Hour” Reagan and wife Nancy went into seclusion. The President-elect spent a week riding, chopping wood, and relaxing on his California ranch.


There's Always Plenty Of Work For A Presidential Candidate
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There's Always Plenty Of Work For A Presidential Candidate
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There's always plenty of work for a presidential candidate. Here Reagan tackles some of it in the comfort of his fashionable Pacific Palisados home



Vice-Presidential Candidate George Bush
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Vice-Presidential Candidate George Bush
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Vice-Presidential candidate George Bush talks to campaign workers as Ronald Reagan looks on. Speaking of the Reagan-Bush administration, Bush calls for a close working relationship with Congress and a reduction in government regulations.


Reagan Is Just As Good A Fence Mender
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Reagan Is Just As Good A Fence Mender
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Reagan is just as good a fence mender at home as he is in politics



Ronald Reagan Likes To Relax By Chopping Wood
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Ronald Reagan Likes To Relax By Chopping Wood
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Ronald Regan likes to relax by chopping wood and doing other chores at his Santa Barbara ranch


Carter, Ford & Nixon
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Carter, Ford & Nixon
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At 7:45 P.M., October 9, 1981, President Reagan sent a Special Air Mission Boeing 707 lumbering into the air for the sorrowful 23 hour flight form the nation's capital to Cairo, Egypt. This mission of mourning for fallen leader Anwar Sadat may be the most remarkable journey of our time. Aboard were three former presidents: Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and jimmy Carter on their way to pay tribute to someone who binds them all together. This “giant of the sky” is the same plane that carried the body of John F. Kennedy form Dallas to Washington, D. C. and once again its wings cast heavy shadows across our lands and seas, darkening the world for all of us. October 10, 1981.



Nancy Reagan & Aileen Quinn
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Nancy Reagan & Aileen Quinn
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A magical holiday season at the Executive mansion began as the first snow of the winter – 6 inches of it drifted down, blanketing the White House Grounds. The White House social calendar was crowded with events, among them a ball for members of congress, a party for the children of foreign diplomats, and receptions for the Secret Service, the White House staff and the press. Shown here is a return favorite, Aileen Quinn of “Annie” and her dog Sandy, and our First Lady dressed in her becoming “Nancy Reagan Red!”


Nancy Reagan At Home
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Nancy Reagan At Home
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Nancy Reagan at home in Pacific Palisades, California.



Nancy Reagan At Pinellas Park
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Nancy Reagan At Pinellas Park
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Nancy Reagan, at Pinellas Park, Florida, joins fourth and fifth grades, their teachers, counselors, and parents as they told of the difference the Alpha Program has made in the lives of children, especially in raising their self-esteem. Mrs. Reagan advised the 20 or so students to “realize that you are a person unto yourself and your own self-worth is really important.” she has whole-heartedly supported the exemplary drug prevention programs in the nation. Here she demonstrates one of the first and most powerful activities in any drug program – listening, and then listening some more. The First Lady had warm press comments about her crusade against drugs and her Grandmother's program. February 15, 1982.


President & Mrs. Reagan
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President & Mrs. Reagan
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Due to the great demands of the Presidency , the Reagans treasure the rare moments of privacy. An evening alone is like a gift form heaven. Nancy's aim is to provide the president and herself, a “close to normal” life in what is aptly described as “the fishbowl of all time” (quote from daughter Patti Davis). In creating a comfortable retreat for the devoted couple, Nancy has refurbished the overly-worn private quarters. She protects the President's privacy like a lioness once they are upstairs in the White House. October 6, 1981.



Presidential Candidate Ronald Reagan And Wife Nancy
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Presidential Candidate Ronald Reagan And Wife Nancy
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Presidential candidate Ronald Reagan and wife Nancy on the deck of their home in Pacific Palisades, California.


Presidential Turkey Pardon
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Presidential Turkey Pardon
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In a time-honored Thanksgiving tradition, President Reagan is presented his annual, live turkey by the national Farm Federation, with Lou Walts, Executive Vice President of the farm federation doing the honors. The turkey was given to the National Zoo in Washington, D. c. November 21, 1983.



Reagan in Oval Office
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Reagan in Oval Office
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In addition to official ceremonies, the Oval Office witnesses hard work unseen by the general public. President Reagan previews pressing business with top aides, Chief of Staff, James baker and counselor Ed Meese. First, there is a meeting of two dozen staffers, refining plans for the day and near future. The president and top aides speak in clipped phrases, exchange papers, and go over the day's agenda.


Ronald Reagan
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Ronald Reagan
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In a pre-election physical, White House physician Dr. Paul Ruge declared president Reagan to be in "extremely good health, active, and in better physical condition" than most men his age. (Born February 6, 1911; height 6'1"; weight, 190 pounds) For exercise Reagan likes to go horseback riding, chop wood and swim. He enjoys riding in the Virginia suburb of Washingon, D.C. and at his ranch in California. As you can see, his rugged good health and complete recovery form the march 1981 assassination attempt, enables him to do the hefty chores attached to saddleing up and post-ride care of the horses. November 26, 1984.



Ronald Reagan
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Ronald Reagan
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Cameras adore President Reagan and White House media experts take advantage of his star qualities by scheduling a daily phot opportunity to show Reagan "as he really is." As in this picture, White House photographer, Pete Souza shows that what you see of the 40th President in public is also what you get in private. the President is pictured in a private study off the Oval Office putting the finishing touches on his second inaugural speech. January 17, 1985.


Ronald Reagan Carves Thanksgiving Turkey
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Ronald Reagan Carves Thanksgiving Turkey
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President Reagan expertly carves the traditional Thanksgiving turkey for a quiet family celebration at their California ranch. First lady Nancy and daughter Maureen are helping themselves to the side dishes, well-known by all Americans and especially memorable for a man born to a Middle America background. November 24, 1981.



The Beach Boys & Ronald Reagan
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The Beach Boys & Ronald Reagan
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After performing for 50,000 at RFK Stadium, the Beach Boys were invited to the White House by Their Number One fans President and Mrs. Reagan. The Three Wilson brothers, together for the first time in years, were welcoming Brian Wilson back to the group after a long hiatus. Sadly, he soon was drawned at a California beach similar to the places he had won his fame with car and surf oldies. Not only did the Beach Boys give a White House performance to benefit the Special Olympics, they helped Vice President Bush celebrate his 59th birthday. June 12, 1983.


US Embassy in Beruit
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US Embassy in Beruit
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On April 18, 1983, the U. S. Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon was shattered by a powerful bomb, killing at least 61 persons, including 17 Americans, and wounding some 95 others in the worst attack ever against an American target in Lebanon. It is speculated that a “suicide terrorist” in a pick-up truck bearing false diplomatic plates and laden with explosives stormed the embassy causing the salmon-pink building to collapse like an accordian. President Reagan reaffirmed that “This criminal attack . . . will not deter the U. S. from doing what we know to be right” in the search for peace in the Middle East.



Versailles Summit
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Versailles Summit
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The Versailles Summit is ready to begin at Louis XIV's spectacular palace outside Paris, June 6, 1982. Pictured here amidst marble and other fabled decorative wonders of the extravagant “Sun King”, we see seven world leaders; Japan's Suzuki, Britain's Thatcher, Reagan, France's Mitterrand, West Germany's Schmidt, Canada's Trudeau, and Italy's Spadolini. The order of business included keeping exchange rates fairly stable so that interest rates would not need to go up to protect their currencies. The Europeans squabbled over Reagan's insistence on restrictions on the amount as well as the cost of credit to the soviet bloc. Prime Minister Thatcher and Reagan refused to answer a reporter about immediate cease-fire in the Falkland Islands. News of the invasion of Lebanon came prompting the seven leaders to issue a joint statement about possible “disastrous consequences” for the Middle East. The communique the seven leaders issued was the result of much “give and take”, with sanctions described as ambiguous and permissive “and with a White House aide declaring that Versailles wasn't the smash we felt Ottawa had been in 81” June 6, 1982.


Reagan Visit To Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp
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Reagan Visit To Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp
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President Ronald Reagan
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President Ronald Reagan
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President Ronald Reagan swept into office January 20, 1981 with a full slate of dramatic steps to reverse former policies. Reagan's election promises include: giving the reins to a free market economy to combat high unemployment and inflation; tax cuts totaling 30% over three years; balanced federal budget; and repeat of "red tape". Reagan's old fashioned medicine will control growth in government spending. He will stimulate savings, production, and employment by cutting taxes. He wants to abolish "waste, extravagance, abuse and outright fraud", abolish some departments and federal price controls. He'll accelerate leasing of federal lands for energy explorations, relax enforcement of environmental regulations, and keep regulatory agencies from "harassing small business." January 20, 1981


Ronald Reagan
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Ronald Reagan
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Ronald Reagan 40th President of the United States



The Reagan's California Ranch
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The Reagan's California Ranch
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The Reagan's California ranch, which is nestled 2,200 feet above the Pacific Ocean on 668 acres of rugged terrain in the Santa Ynez mountains, is aptly named Rancho del Cielo, "Ranch in the Sky". Here we see the beautiful "porch" in the 100 year old restored house which features some of the President's memorabilia. Even the standing broom adds to the homey atmosphere!


The Reagans Watch The Landing Of The Columbia
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The Reagans Watch The Landing Of The Columbia
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The Reagans watch the landing of the Columbia piloted by veteran Astronaut, Tom Mattingly. It was a textbook landing on the California desert at Edwards Air Force Base. Reagan compared this shuttle test final to the driving of The Golden Spike that heralded the completion of the first transcontinental railroad. June 3, 1982.



The Nation's 40Th President
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The Nation's 40Th President
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President Ronald Reagan, inaugurated ceremonies on the West Front of the Capitol on January 20, 1981, will now have the opportunity to lead us in a difficult and challenging time. President Reagan, along with other Federal and State legislators, has pledged to "preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States . . . "They can do this, but they greatly need the people's encouragement and help. This uniquely brilliant card and its message are designed to help you learn about and appreciate your nation's history. For information about the U.S. Capitol Historical Society and its program to enhance history, write to the Society at 200 Maryland Avenue N.E.. Washington. D.C. 2002.


President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan
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President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan
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Inaugurated January 20, 1981 as the 40th President of the United States. Shown with his wife, Nancy.



Rancher Ronnie Reagan Paper Doll
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Rancher Ronnie Reagan Paper Doll
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President Ronald Reagan and Guests
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President Ronald Reagan and Guests
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Gerald R. Ford, our nation's 38th President returned to his hometown, Grand Rapids, Michigan for the dedication of the new $11 million Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. Ford came to office and helped restore the honor of the American presidency form the opprobrium of Watergate. First couples and distinguished guest are: Row 1, Nancy Reagan, President Reagan, President Ford, Betty Ford, Row 2, Bob Hope, Japan's Foreign Minister Sunao Sonoda, Mexican President Lopez Portillo, Barbara Bush, Vice President Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau, former French President Giscard d'Estaing and Lady Bird Johnson. September 17, 1981.



Reagan - joint session of Congress
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Reagan - joint session of Congress
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At a joint session of Congress, members of the House and Senate crowd around President Reagan after his opening salvo in the "Reagan Revolution." The President called for support of his economic plan. "The people are watching and waiting. They don't demand miracles but they do expect us to act. Let us all act together." The far-reaching budget cuts would affect the lives of Americans from all economic groups, but the President, as any general would do, mobilized public opinion so well that his "gameplan" had an excellent chance for success. Feb ruary 18, 1981.


The Reagan Team With Number One Salesman
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The Reagan Team With Number One Salesman
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President Ronald Reagan. In coming weeks it is expected that members of Ronald Reagan's official family will fan out across the nation to urge grassroots' support for the Reagan economic recovery plan. Of course, the number one salesman is Reagan himself - universally considered the best communicator in the White House since FDR. In this official portrait of the Cabinet are: (front row, l to r) Secretary of State Alexander Haig, President Ronald Reagan, Vice President George Bush and Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberger. (Secon row l to r) Secretary of Labor Raymond Donovan, Secretary of the Treasury Donald Regan, Secretary of Education Terrel Bell, Director of the Office of Management and Budget David Stockman, Secretary of Transportation Drew Lewis, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Samuel Pierce, Attorney General William French Smith, Secretary of the Interior James Watt. U.N. Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick, Counselor to the President Edwin Meese, Secretary of Energy James Edwards, Secretary of Commerce Malcolm Baldridge, U.S. Trade Ambassador William Brock, secretary of Health and Human Services Richard Schweiker, Secretary of Agriculture John Block and C.I.A. Director William Casey. January 1981.



President Reagan and Vice President Bush
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President Reagan and Vice President Bush
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President Reagan and Vice President Bush assess their first year report card: 1980 President campaign promises kept: reduce taxes and accelerate depreciation; slowed federal spending; promoted the MX missile, the B-1 bomber and neutron bomb; boosted military pay; reduced government business regulations; ended embargo on grain to help farmers; appointed a woman to the Supreme Court; removed price controls from oil and discouraged government subsidies; administered block grants to cities and states. Promises still to come to fruition; balance the budget by 1983; eliminate the minimum wage or lower the minimum for teenage workers; abolish Department of Energy and Education; remove remaining price controls from natural gas and phase out the "windfall profits" tax levied on oil production; enable business tax breaks for locating in blighted neighborhoods or urban "enterprise zones"; place Social Security on a sound financial footing and remove the earned-income limit for retirees, ages 65 to 71; permit tuition tax credits for parents of students attending private schools. America has been set on a new course toward smaller government, more reliance on private economy and good old individual initiative. The President's personal popularity rides high and he garners 5 gold stars for unwavering behavior as he forges ahead with the concepts that elected him to office. First year report card - 1981.


The Reagan Cabinet February 1983
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The Reagan Cabinet February 1983
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The Reagan Cabinet as of February 1983 …. 1st row, L to R: Donald Regan, Sec'y of the Treasury; Vice President George Bush; President Ronald Reagan; George Schultz, Sec'y of State: Casper Weinberger, Sec'y of Defense. 2nd row, L to R: Terrel Bell, Sec'y of Education: Jeane Kirkpatrick, Ambassador to the U. N.; David Stockman, Budgget Director; William French Smith, Attorney General; Elizabeth Dole, Sec'y of Transportation; Donald Hodel, Sec'y of Energy; Margaret Heckler, sec'y of HHS. 3rd row, L to R: John Block, Sec'y of Agriculture; Raymond Donovan, Sec'y of Labor; Malcolm Baldridge, Sec'y of Commerce; Samuel Pierce, Secy. of HUD; William Clark, Sec'y of the interior; William Casey, Director of the CIA; Edward Meese, Presidential Counselor, Attorney General designate; William Brock, U.S. Trade Representative.



Bush Reagan Campaign 1980
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Bush Reagan Campaign 1980
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Vice Presidential candidate George Bush talks to campaign workers as Ronald Reagan looks on Speaking of the Reagan-Bush Administration, Bush calls for a close working relationship with congress and a reduction in government regulations.


"The National Bean" Ronald Reagan 1981
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"The National Bean" Ronald Reagan 1981
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Jelly Beans



Ronald Reagan, Nancy, Jr. Ballet
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Ronald Reagan, Nancy, Jr. Ballet
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Following his premiere performance, Ronald Reagan, Jr. gets a big hug from his mother, First Lady Nancy Reagan, as the President looks on. Young Reagan is following family tradition in the entertainment world as a member of the prestigious Joffrey Ballet II of New York City.


Ronald Reagan, Edgar Bergen and Their Wives Arrive at the Glamourous Hollywood Premiere
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Ronald Reagan, Edgar Bergen and Their Wives Arrive at the Glamourous Hollywood Premiere
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President & Mrs. Reagan with Michael Jackson
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President & Mrs. Reagan with Michael Jackson
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"Well, isn't this a thriller," President Reagan said as he stepped onto a stage on the White House south lawn with his wife Nancy and Michael Jackson. "We haven't seen this many people since we left China. And just think, you all came to see me!" As Jackson's fans on the lawn and beyond the gates screamed, President Reagan presented Michael with a presidential award. "To Michael Jackson with appreciation for the outstanding example you have set for youth of America and the world. Your historic record breaking achievements and your preeminence in popular music are a tribute to your creativity dedication and great ability. The generous contribution of your time and talent to the National Campaign against teen age drunk driving will help millions of Americans learn that drinking and driving can kill a friendship." May 14, 1984


Ronbo - Make My Day!
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Ronbo - Make My Day!
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Elizabeth Hanford Dole
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Elizabeth Hanford Dole
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Elizabeth Hanford Dole, is nominated by President Reagan to head the Department of Transportation. At the press conference, the President praised Dole, saying she "has been performing magnificently as my assistant for public liaison at the White House." Dole, 46, was the second woman in Reagan's Cabinet, joining US Ambassador Jeane J. Kirkpatrick. Dole, a former member of the Federal Trade Commission and the wife of Senator Robert J. Dole (R-Kansas) brought the assets of Washington experience to the job, and swift Senate confirmation followed. Dole grew up in North Carolina and graduated from Duke University with a major in political science. She graduated from Harvard Law School as a Phi Beta Kappa


President and Mrs. Reagan with Queen Elizabeth II and Prhice Philip
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President and Mrs. Reagan with Queen Elizabeth II and Prhice Philip
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Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are entertained by President and Mrs. Reagan at the 20th Century Fox Studio in Hollywood, California. At this gala party, the Queen is greeted by celebrities Perry Como, Frank Sinatra, Dionne Warwick and George Burns. The dinner was underwritten by eight conservative California tycoons because they wanted the gathering to be a private-enterprise situation



President Ronald Reagan
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President Ronald Reagan
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Michael Evans President Reagan arrived in Fort Wayne, Indiana for a tour of flood damage, less than an hour after a tornado was sighted in the area. Governor Robert D. Orr and Ohio Governor James A. Rhode, whose state was also hard-hit by flooding, accompanied him. About 3,800 people were homeless in Fort Wayne prompting Reagan to state: "the situation would have been far worse if it had not been for volunteers", and said that federal assistance would be granted. March 16, 1982 Mike Roberts


Income Bent
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Income Bent
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Induced By the Rank and Fool of both Parties (Dinner Parties, that is ) * Commotion Picture Industry * US Banks and Shaving & Looms. * All navy Houses of Warship * US Armed & Unarmed Fierces. * Our Maureens * Hot Air Force and Entire Pentagoon Squad * Warehousemen's onion * Longshoremen & Shortshoremen * Farm Burro and Uninvited Notions. * White Collar, Blue Collar & T-Shirt Workers * All Churches in Dixon, Ill. * NFL, No Football League * PFD Pickets for Defense * CIO, Call it off!



President Reagan And His Golden Retriever Victory
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President Reagan And His Golden Retriever Victory
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President Reagan and his Golden Retriever, Victory, take a breather from ranch work at rancho del Cielo. From the warm color of his coat to his broad and sensitive face, every aspect of this dog reflects his gentle and friendly disposition. Victory was given to the Reagans by a supporter who knew Rancher Reagan would enjoy his warm companionship, sweet face, and loyalty. The dog enjoys the run of the ranch and is happiest when his loving master returns to the ranch for a sojourn. August 01984.


President Reagan And Nancy Show Off Lucky
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President Reagan And Nancy Show Off Lucky
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President Reagan and Nancy show off "Lucky", a Bouviers des Flandres dog who displays lots of bounce and the unlimited energy of a working dog. Christine Ellis, the March of Dimes Poster child, presented the dog to President and Mrs. Reagan on December 6, 1984. You might say that he reigns supreme because he has that rare privilege of the run of the residence and the grounds.



Saudi Arabia's King Fahd
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Saudi Arabia's King Fahd
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On February 11, 1985, Saudi Arabia's King Fahd made a five-day state visit to Washington, D. C., the first by a monarch from other Desert Kingdom in 14 years. His main message; the U. S. has a responsibility to use its influence to achieve peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors. Fahd's arrival to a 21-gun salute marked only the second time he and president Reagan had met; the first was at the 1981 North-South summit in Cancun, Mexico. Fahd stated, "I home, Mr. President, that your administration will support the just cause of the Palestinian people." Fearing a repeat of Lebanon (or a similar debacle) Washington is deeply warn of a hands-on Middle East diplomatic approach. February 11, 1985.


President Reagan In This Appealing Image
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President Reagan In This Appealing Image
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President Reagan in this appealing image as an All American man says many things to many American's Popular adoration is summed up by a Senior Citizen sign displayed at a Reagan rally: "Ronnie's not getting older, he's getting better." men, too, relate to those muscles and the epitome of the work ethic. Who can resist that impish smile and the watch cap? "We're glad to have a leader who physically and symbolically takes such a challenging stance." August 10, 1984.



Korean Air Liner Flight 007
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Korean Air Liner Flight 007
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On September 1, 1983, a Korean Air Liner, flight 007, from the U. S. was shot down off the coast of Hokkaido by a Soviet Su-15 supersonic fighter plane killing 269 who were aboard, including some Americans. Anto Russian protests erupted outside the White House, in Korea, and elsewhere around the world and sparked a widespread search by Japanese and American navies – first for survivors, the sadly for bodies and evidence of the disaster. The Russians claimed their territory had been violated by this “so-called spy plane.” President Reagan was busy denying that it was a U-2 spy plane as he expressed sorrow and warned that was not the time for the retaliation many patriots demanded.


Nancy And President Reagan Sorrowfully View The Decorated Caskets Of Marines Killed In Beirut
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Nancy And President Reagan Sorrowfully View The Decorated Caskets Of Marines Killed In Beirut
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Nancy and President Reagan sorrowfully view the decorated caskets of Marines killed in Beirut, Lebanon Christmastime massacre at the foreign airport barracks. While the Marines maintained a “Visible peacekeeping presence, “they seemed more like “sitting ducks” to a Congress and other critics of the leadership of a few officers – including Army and Navy men. Although President Reagan insisted the Marines “have staying power,” this horrifying slaying of 240 young men started his administration casting about for a Lebanon solution that would work and not become a trap for the United States. April 23, 1983.



The Reagan Cabinet
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The Reagan Cabinet
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The Reagan Cabinet as of February 1983 . . . 1st row, L to R: Donald Regan, Sec'y. Of the Treasury; Vice President George Bush; President Ronald Reagan; George Schultz, Sec'y. Of State; Casper Weinberger, Sec'y. Of Defense. 2nd row, L to R: Terrel Bell, Sec'y. Of Education; Jeane Kirkpatrick, Ambassador to the U.N.; David Stockman, Budget Director; William French Smith, Attorney General; Elizabeth Dole, Sec'y. Of Transportation; Donald Hodel, Sec'y, of Energy; Margaret Heckler, Sec'y. of HHS. 3rd row, L to R.: John Block, Sec'y. Of Agriculture; Raymond Donovan, Sec'y. Of Labor; Malcolm Baldridge, Sec'y. Of Commerce; Samuel Pierce, Secy. Of HUD; William Clark, Sec'y. Of the Interior; William Casey, Director of the CIA; Edward Meese, Presidential Counselor, Attorney General designate; William Brock, U.S. Trade Representative.


Nancy Reagan Red
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Nancy Reagan Red
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President Reagan and his wife both sport “Nancy Reagan Red” in this photo of his weekly radio address to the nation. The broadcast emanated from the patio of Laurel Lodge at Camp David, Maryland. October 2, 1982.



Boxing Champion Sugar Ray Leonard And His Lovely Wife
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Boxing Champion Sugar Ray Leonard And His Lovely Wife
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Boxing champion “Sugar Ray” Leonard and his lovely wife are welcomed to the White House by President Reagan. September 1981


First Lady Nancy Reagan Son Ron Jr. And Ron's Wife Doria
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First Lady Nancy Reagan Son Ron Jr. And Ron's Wife Doria
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First Lady, Nancy Reagan, son Ron Jr. and Ron's wife Doria are high-in the -sky aboard the goodyear Blimp, “The America.” Mom Nancy planned this novel surprise in celebration of his 23rd birthday. The threesome enjoyed a picnic lunch as they floated for 45 minutes above picturesque Northern Virginia. The President joined the celebration in the evening at a private White House dinner for Ron. May 20, 1981.



A Red-White And Blue Approach That Heralds
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A Red-White And Blue Approach That Heralds
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A red-white and blue approach that heralds, “A Sweet New Beginning”. Trademarks are a tradition with presidents. Teddy Roosevelt had his monocle and bear, FDR his dog Fala, and Jimmy Carter was associated with the peanut. Ronald Reagan savors jelly beans and despite much good-humored kidding about them, passes a jar around at cabinet meetings to ease tense decision-making sessions.


Crown Prince Fahd Of Saudi Arabia
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Crown Prince Fahd Of Saudi Arabia
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Crown Prince Fahd of Saudi Arabia is shown with President Reagan at the Cancun Summit in Mexico. Fahd implies that his country recognizes Israel's existence, something that no Arab country, apart from Egypt, had granted. Fahd strongly believes that all states in his region have the right to live in peace October 23, 1981.



President Reagan Appears Pleased With His Driving Ability
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President Reagan Appears Pleased With His Driving Ability
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President Reagan appears pleased with his driving ability as he steers a golf cart at the Western leaders summit meeting at Ottawa, Canada. Could the expression on the face of West Chancellor Helmut Schmidt indicate that he was non-plussed when Reagan took the Wheel-Schmidt doesn't like being steered by anyone particularly by a leading political personality. In a private meeting with Reagan, as well as in group conversations, Schmidt attacked the high U. S. interest levels. He insisted that American interest rates had forced Western European countries to raise their own, resulting in declining business investments, rising unemployment, and soaring oil prices. Reagan argued that these rates were inherited but his tax and budget cuts were the “right medicine” and predicted that interest rates would lower as inflation declined. July 19, 1981.


The Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization
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The Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization
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The Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization (Patio) ordered its 15,000 members to walk off their posts in an illegal strike designed to cripple the nation's air-transport system. Outraged, President Reagan replied with a stiff ultimatium - “get back to work or be fired!” The order was defied and some 12,000 union members lost the battle. Flight schedules were slowly restored as military controllers shared the burden of keeping the planes in the air. Early August, 1981.



Ronald Reagan 40The President Of The United States
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Ronald Reagan 40The President Of The United States
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Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States, is pictured with Boy Scouts in Pennsylvania.


Nancy Reagan
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Nancy Reagan
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Nancy Reagan sartorially chic as usual, even though casual, lovingly accepts a “smooch” from a “pooch” at the President's ranch retreat in he mountains above Santa Barbara, California. The dog's name is Freebo, daughter Patti Davis dog who now lives at Rancho del Cielo. June 30, 1983.



President Ronald Reagan Is A Lover Of The Out-Of-Doors
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President Ronald Reagan Is A Lover Of The Out-Of-Doors
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President Ronald Reagan is a lover of the out-of-doors. When at his California ranch, it isn't uncommon for him to saddle up the horses in the mid-morning, then ring a cookhouse triangle to call Nancy for a morning ride. When asked what it would cost to purchase the ranch, the President replied, “You can't sell heaven.” Here we see the gallant President assisting wife Nancy in dismounting from “No Strings” after their Thanksgiving Day ride. November 26, 1981.


President Reagan, Bush "Fred" the Dog
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President Reagan, Bush "Fred" the Dog
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The President and First Lady Nancy, along with Vice President and Mrs. Bush enjoy a little play with "Fred" the Bush family dog, at the Vice President's official residence.



President Reagan 1981
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President Reagan 1981
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President Reagan is show with Vice President George Bush and House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr. Reagan delivered his message to the joint session of congress and asked their approval. "Tip" O'Neill, now in his 5th year as Speaker of the House, is the highest ranking Democrat officeholder and a pivotal figure in the battle over Reagan's proposed budget and tax cuts. (O'Neill and a small contingency of his Democrats went down to defeat when the Reagan budget was voted out of Congress.)


President Reagan and Vice President Bush
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President Reagan and Vice President Bush
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Wearing Western hats presented by Texas cheerleaders from the Dallas Cowboys, President Reagan and Vice President Bush acknowledge cheers in Austin, Texas. Reagan hit the campaign trail after letting the Democrats slug it out among themselves (Jesse Jackson, Gary Hart, Fritz Mondale) during the long primary season. With the Democratic challenges ringing in his ears, Reagan took off his gloves and worked crowds on a three-states swing. To 20,000 supporters braving 100* + Austin temperatures Reagan had them cheering with, "The national Democratic leadership is going so far left, they've left America." in Atlanta, Georgia and Hoboken, New Jersey the same punchy rhetoric, the actor's timing, and the roar of the crowd marked the return of the Gipper on the campaign trail. July 27, 1984.





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