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Nancy Reagan President Reagan and Nancy Reagan's Interview with Chris Wallace on May 18, 1985 (05/18/1985) National Archives Identification: 137879856 https://www.youtub...

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Reagan's Letter Announcing his Alzheimer's Diagnosis

Text of letter written by President Ronald Reagan announcing he has Alzheimer’s disease: “Nov. 5, 1994 My Fellow Americans, I have recently been told that I am one of the millions of Americans who wil...

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White House Inventories

Below is an alphabetical list of finding aids to collections that were generated within the White House.  The Library provides a list of White House offices and their staff. Works prepared by the U.S....

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Reagan Post-Presidency Chronology

1989 01/20/1989 Leaves White House, returns to California 02/06/1989 Celebrates his 78th birthday at the Bistro Garden Restaurant, Los Angeles, CA 04/26/1989 At his office in Century City, California,...

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Reagan's Daily Diary

  The President’s Daily Diary is a day-by-day record of Ronald Reagan’s eight years as President. It chronicles such activities as meetings, briefings, press conferences, telephone calls, photo sessio...

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Supreme Court Justices During Reagan Administration,1981-1989

Supreme Court Justices pose with President Reagan in the Supreme Court Conference Room, September 25, 1981 (09/25/1981) JUSTICE TERM APPOINTING PRESIDENT William J. Brennan, Jr. 10/16/1956-07/20/1990 ...

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A Time for Choosing Speech, October 27, 1964 (10/27/1964)

"The Speech" is what Ronald Reagan called it. Today we call it, "A Time for Choosing," and it was a pivotal turning point in Ronald Reagan's life. Ronald Reagan began a long side-career of public spea...

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Presidential Gifts

Foreign Official Gifts Even though heads of state have traditionally exchanged gifts as expressions of goodwill, the Constitution (Article I, Section 9) prohibits anyone in the US Government from rece...

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