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  Ronald Reagan Presidential Library - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum is the presidential library of Ronald Wilson Reagan, the 40th President of the United States.
First opened in 1991, it was the largest of all presidential libraries until the dedication of the Bill Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas on November 18, 2004, housing over 50 million pages of government records as well as a large collection of photographs and film.
Various artifacts from Reagan's administration are stored there, including a piece of the Berlin Wall, a deactivated nuclear missile and a full-scale replica of the Oval Office on the last day of his presidency.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ronald_Reagan_Presidential_Library   (390 words)

 Archives of Rudolph W. Giuliani - Reagan Lecture, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
Ronald Reagan always understood the basic fact of the Cold War-that when two victorious armies met in Germany in 1945, one, the Allied army, was willing to go home and leave the people it had liberated in freedom.
Ronald Reagan knew that for the West to win the Cold War, it would have to rediscover its confidence; it had to be galvanized around the principle of freedom, the expansion of freedom for people-whether you've met them or know them or whether you don't.
The principles which guided Ronald Reagan through the final years of the Cold War are just as valid today-support for freedom, opposition to tyrants, and prudence in the exercise of the power of the United States.
www.nyc.gov /html/records/rwg/html/99b/reganlibrary.html   (4682 words)

 Sun sets as Reagan laid to rest in Calif. - The Legacy of Ronald Reagan - MSNBC.com
Reagan, arrived at the library after a flight from Washington and a slow, 25-mile motorcade from the airport.
Reagan, 82, slow in step yet keenly alert to every polished move in the week’s remembrance, shepherded the casket with quiet intensity, turning the most public of events into a series of private moments.
Reagan cried, the flag that draped the casket was removed, folded and presented to her by Navy Capt. James A Symonds, commander of the nuclear aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, over which the banner had flown at the time of the former president’s death.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/5144264   (1606 words)

 Ronald Reagan Library
Sitting atop a hill on the outskirts of Simi Valley in Southern California is the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum.
Reagan's early life, proceeds through his show business career, goes onward to show the start of his political life to the governorship of California and then onward to his presidential election.
Reagan's terms of office to include, at the base of the "U", a full-sized replica of the oval office as it existed during his presidency (the chair is the real chair he used as both governor and president).
tomsdomain.com /travel/short/reagan.htm   (695 words)

 CNN.com - Ronald Reagan dies at 93 - Jun 5, 2004
Reagan led a conservative revolution that set the economic and cultural tone of the 1980s, hastened the end of the Cold War and revitalized the Republican Party.
Reagan's body is to lie in state at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California, and at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., before his burial at the library.
President Bush responded to Reagan's death in Paris, France, where he is on tour to honor the heroes of World War II on the weekend of the 60th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.
www.cnn.com /2004/ALLPOLITICS/06/05/reagan.health   (985 words)

 USATODAY.com - Reagan birthday marked with dedication at presidential library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
SIMI VALLEY, Calif. (AP) — Ronald Reagan turned 93 in seclusion Friday in his Los Angeles home while schoolchildren serenaded his wife, Nancy, at his presidential library and she dedicated the cornerstone for a new pavilion to house the former Air Force One.
Arnold Schwarzenegger proclaimed it Ronald Reagan Day in California and there were celebrations in Illinois, where he was born and went to college.
"Ronald Reagan's vision of 'peace through strength' impelled the decisive end to the Cold War, and his commitment to our armed forces contributed to the restoration of patriotism and pride in America," Schwarzenegger's proclamation read.
www.usatoday.com /news/nation/2004-02-06-reagan_x.htm   (584 words)

 pjammer: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
Reagan wanted the American dream to become the American reality where hard working citizens did not have to give over 1/2 their life savings to Uncle Sam, but to be able to keep what they earn and fuel the economy.
Reagan in his own right was a good man. But that first step you and your family took upon this country was not paved in cement.
While I most assiduously dislike Reagan and almost everything about his entire administration, I was horrified by the attacks launched by a number of publications I enjoy -- most notably The Onion and The Village Voice -- in their disrespectful articles, as you said, only hours after his death.
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 Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, National Archives and Records Administration
Presidential Records Act, is the repository of presidential records for President Reagan’s administration.
If you need to find information related to President Reagan or the Reagan Library not listed here, please contact us so that we may help you.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration.
www.reagan.utexas.edu   (233 words)

 NARA - Presidential Libraries - Presidential Libraries and Museums Main Page
Presidential Libraries are repositories for the papers, records and historical materials of the Presidents.
The Presidential Libraries work to ensure that these irreplaceable items are preserved and made available for the widest possible use by researchers.
Presidential Libraries give you the chance to see, hear, and participate in the events that changed our lives and made us who we are as a nation.
www.archives.gov /presidential-libraries   (153 words)

 Santa Barbara.com - Reagan Library
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum is situated on 100 acres on a hilltop overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Berlin Wall - Berlin Wall - Presented to President Reagan at the Library on April 12, 1990: This full section of the Wall is a symbolic reminder of the long and victorious struggle against Communism.
This room is an extraordinary opportunity for the visitor to 'become' part of the Reagan Cabinet, advising the president as he grapples with tough decisions about a labor strike by government air-controllers.
www.santabarbara.com /activities/daytrips/reagan_library   (840 words)

 Hoover Fellows to Speak at Ronald Reagan Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Reagan: A Life in Letters is a collection of letters that covers more than 70 years of Ronald Reagan's life.
It is drawn from materials held, in part, at the Reagan Presidential Library.
His talk, on October 14, will be titled "Who Becomes a Terrorist?" Wilson, the Ronald Reagan Professor at Pepperdine University, is the author of influential works on morality, government, and criminal justice issues.
www-hoover.stanford.edu /pubaffairs/newsletter/03091/reagan.html   (281 words)

 Ronald W. Reagan Presidential Library & Museum Bookstore
This bronzed Presidential Seal, for example, designates a peaceful knoll where the future burial sites will be situated for the president and first lady.
The Reagan Library is the largest of all the Presidential Libraries, with archival holdings of nearly 55 million pages of government records, over 1.5 million photographs and approximately 769,500 feet of motion picture film.
This was President Reagan's formal goodbye to the nation after the completion of two terms in office.
www.reaganlibrary.net   (3996 words)

 freedomforum.org: Some Reagan papers released
WASHINGTON — Ronald Reagan was known as the "Great Communicator," but in early 1983 one of his press aides didn't think the president's message was getting through.
The memo was among 8,000 pages of Reagan presidential papers released at the Reagan library in Simi Valley, Calif. The records were supposed to have been released last January but were kept sealed as the Bush administration worked up an executive order to govern release of presidential records from Reagan on.
Duke Blackwood, director of the Reagan library, said the rest of the records should be available to the public by spring.
www.freedomforum.org /templates/document.asp?documentID=15581   (676 words)

 Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Even before he made the White House his home, Ronald Reagan spoke for the American people, capturing the hearts of small-town citizens and world leaders alike.
His remarkable career in public life, spanning over fifty years, began in the Midwest as a student leader and sports broadcaster, then in Hollywood as an actor and long-time director of the Screen Actors Guild, later as Governor of California, and finally, as President of the United States.
His legacy, too, is extraordinary: In eight short years as President, Ronald Reagan presided over epochal international changes and ushered in unparalleled peace and prosperity - not only to his country but the world.
www.reaganfoundation.org /reagan   (108 words)

 CNN.com - Mark Shields: A little perspective, please - Dec. 29, 2003
Presidential polls 11 months before an election have all the permanence of figures written in wet sand at the ocean's edge, waiting for the next tide.
In January 1980, Carter led Ronald Reagan by 62 percent to 33 percent.
Nominee Ronald Reagan stated that in only a few months this "one little mountain had probably released more sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere than has been released in the last 10 years of auto driving...
www.cnn.com /2003/ALLPOLITICS/12/29/column.shields.opinion.perspective   (728 words)

SIMI VALLEY, CA - During a special ceremony today, former First Lady Nancy Reagan joined Postmaster General John E. Potter to unveil the image of the President Ronald Reagan commemorative postage stamp.
The Reagan stamp, honoring the nation's 40th President, will be issued next year.
The event was held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley.
www.usps.com /communications/news/stamps/2004/sr04_077.htm   (432 words)

 Internet Public Library: POTUS
Ronald Reagan -- from The Presidents of the United States of America
President Reagan's Speech on the Occasion of the Tenth Anniversary of the Announcement of the Strategic Defense Initiative (1993)
From the Vincent Voice Library at Michigan State University under the leadership of Dr. Maurice Crane.
www.ipl.org /div/potus/rwreagan.html   (582 words)

 Ronald Reagan Presidential Papers
Documents include: Draft of speeches with hand written notes by Reagan; Material relating to the drafting of Ronald Reagan's June 13, 1987 address at the Brandenburg Gate, West Berlin (the speech which included the statement "Mr.
The fact that President Reagan would be proposing a Strategic Defense Initiative in this speech was known only to Reagan himself and a few of his close advisers.
National Security Decision Directives (NSDD) were issued by President Ronald Reagan and his Assistants to the President for National Security Affairs to set forth official national security policy for the guidance of the defense, intelligence, and foreign policy establishments of the United States Government.
www.paperlessarchives.com /reagan.html   (315 words)

WASHINGTON -The image of the commemorative postage stamp honoring the nation's 40th President, Ronald W. Reagan, will be unveiled at the Simi Valley, CA, Presidential Library and Museum that bears his name on Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 11:30 a.m.
In announcing the unveiling, Postmaster General John E. Potter said, "The Postal Service is pleased to honor President Ronald W. Reagan with this commemorative postage stamp.
Reagan, who served from 1981 until 1989, was born February 6, 1911.
www.usps.com /communications/news/stamps/2004/sr04_067.htm   (431 words)

 V.C. Section 5073 - Ronald Reagan Presidential Library License Plates
Any person described in Section 5101, upon payment of the additional fee or fees set forth in subdivision (b), may apply for and be issued a set of these special interest license plates.
(c) Except as provided in paragraph (5) of subdivision (b), all fees collected under this section shall, after deduction of the department's costs in administering this section, be deposited into the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Account, which is hereby created in the General Fund.
The funds in the account shall be used by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, upon appropriation by the Legislature to the Controller for allocation to the foundation, to fund the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library."
www.dmv.ca.gov /pubs/vctop/d03/vc5073.htm   (258 words)

 Energy Project Experience: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum of Flight
The Ronald Reagan Foundation received Air Force One 27000 after its final flight in September 2001.
With the scope of the new space and the desire for optimal energy conservation, Ronald Reagan’s operational staff retained Syska Hennessy Group to evaluate the energy demands of the existing and proposed addition.
Because the library is funded by endowments and donations, this short payback period was very significant to the Foundation’s to retain Syska to design a cogeneration system.
www.syska.com /energy/projects/reagan.html   (289 words)

 Find in a Library: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum.
Reagan, Ronald -- Museums -- California -- Simi Valley.
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worldcatlibraries.org /wcpa/ow/3c49115da4db7254a19afeb4da09e526.html   (66 words)

 Talking Presidents | Action Figure - Ronald W. Reagan
Below are only a few of the 11 different phrases that the Ronald Reagan Action figure says when you press his button.
We have worked in conjuction with the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation to make the President Reagan action figure as true to life as possible, and a portion of the proceeds from the sale of these dolls will go to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation.
Talking Presidents has been granted the exclusive right and license to manufacture, advertise, promote, and sell a doll in President Reagan's likeness with the speaking voice of Ronald Reagan.
www.talkingpresidents.com /products-af-reagan.shtml   (122 words)

 DefenseLINK News: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
            When President Bush visited this library in 1999, he said, "We live in the nation that President Reagan restored and the world he helped to save."  It is a truth that today, in the light of history, even critics cannot deny those facts.
            But the Reagan years are more than a moment in history to be remembered and admired, though they are that to be sure.  But the Reagan legacy is in fact a living legacy, one that continues to benefit and guide our great country.
President Reagan replied, quote, "There's not only no evidence to support such a charge; there's solid evidence that the United States, when it could have dominated the world, at no risk to itself, made no effort whatsoever to do so.
www.defenselink.mil /speeches/2003/sp20031010-secdef0582.html   (2381 words)

 eBay - ronald reagan ..., Historical Memorabilia, Nonfiction Books items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
RONALD REAGAN on the air - Vintage Radio Shows OTR-CDs
RONALD REAGAN, Star Roast, Sinatra, Dean Martin etc.
Ronald Reagan In Private, Jim Kuhn 2004 Hardcover VGC
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 Ronald Reagan - Memorial Fund   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
To promote the legacy of President Ronald Reagan, to fulfill the vision of his life’s work and to ensure that America’s future remains bright, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library is dedicated to the President’s enduring message of freedom.
To realize President’s dreams for our generation and generations to come, a Memorial Fund has been established to benefit his Library in Simi Valley, California.
To make a gift to the Ronald Reagan Memorial Fund, please fill out the form below and click the "Send" button at the bottom of the page.
www.ronaldreaganmemorial.com /memorial_fund.asp   (188 words)

 Event at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library (Ken Starr and James Taranto to speak)
Please join the Federalist Society as we visit The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library to reminisce about former President Ronald Reagan and discuss presidential leadership.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library will open its private quarters for this exclusive event.
Views and opinions expressed by the Federalist Society are not necessarily shared by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1194976/posts   (440 words)

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