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Early Nancy Davis and Family

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H64-1, 1860's Nancy Reagan's Maternal Grandmother Sarah Luckett.

H64-2, Portrait of Edith Luckett. early 1900s.

H64-2, Edith Luckett holding a dog. early 1900s.

H25-2, Nancy Davis at age 4 or 5.  1925-1926.

H52, Nancy Davis at age 6.  1927-1928.

H74, Nancy Davis standing with her stepfather Dr. Loyal Davis and cousin Charlotte Galbraith (at right). 1928.

H59, Nancy Davis having a childhood tea party. 1920s.

H16, Childhood photograph of Nancy Davis. 1928-1929.

H41-4, Nancy Davis standing with her mother Edith Davis. 1928-1929.

H32, Nancy Davis posing with her mother Edith Davis. January, 1931.

H44-15A, Nancy Davis posing with her stepbrother Richard Davis. 1934.

H55, Nancy Davis portrait. 1930s.

H42-29, Nancy Davis portrait from the play "Make with the Maximum" at Smith College. Northhampton, Massachusetts. 1943.

H106, Nancy Davis standing outside her Beverly Glen apartment in Los Angeles, California. 1949.

H100, Nancy Davis posing for a photgraph with a necklace. 1949-1951.

H42-27, Nancy Davis posing for publicity photgraph. 1949-1950.

H33-1, Nancy Davis posing for publicity photograph. 1949-1951.

H33-2, Nancy Davis posing for publicity photograph. 1949-1951.

H41-15, Nancy Davis with her mother Edith Davis and father Dr. Loyal Davis. June, 1951.

H20, Edith Davis and Dr. Loyal Davis at Republican National Convention at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Florida. August, 1968.