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" 31st President of the United States "
( March 4, 1929 to March 3, 1933 - 1 Term )
54 years old, Quaker, Mining Engineer, Republican


Date & place of birth:

      
Herbert Clark Hoover
( Official Portrait )

     August 10, 1874, West Branch, Iowa

Date, place, cause & age at death:
     October 20, 1964, New York - Old Age - 90

Place of burial:
     West Branch, Iowa

Parents:
     Jesse Clark & Hulda Randall (Minthorn) Hoover

Married:
     Lou Henry - on February 10, 1899
     Children:
          Herbert Clark Hoover, Jr.  -  ( August 4, 1903 - 1969 )
          Allan Henry Hoover  -  ( July 17, 1907 - November 4, 1993 )

Education:
     Stanford University

Military Service:
     None

Also served:
     Secretary of Commerce for President Warren Harding - ( 1921-1928 )

Presidental Election Results

NamePopular VotesPercentageElectorial VotesPercentageParty
Herbert Clark Hoover
21,427,123
58.21%
444
83.6%
Republican
Alfred Smith
15,015,464
40.80%
  87
16.4%
Democratic
Norman Thomas
    267,478
  0.73%
   0
 0.0%
Socialist
Others
      96,947
  0.26%
   0
 0.0%
 

Vice President:
     
"Charles Curtis", of Kansas

Facts:

  • 1st President to receive over 21 million popular votes
  • 1st President to donate his salary to charity
  • Was one of four Presidents to live into his 90's. The others: "John Adams", "Gerald Ford" and "Ronald Reagan".
  • As part of a survey conducted by the School of Engineering and Applied Science of Columbia University in 1964, Herbert Hoover and Thomas Edison were named the two greatest engineers in U.S. History.
  • One of the most honored presidents, Hoover received 84 honorary degrees, 78 medals and awards, and the keys to dozens of cities.
  • During their first three years in the White House, the Hoovers dined alone only three times, each time on their wedding anniversary.
  • Hoover started out as an orphan and eventually became a self-made millionaire.

Famous Quote:
     "True Liberalism is found not in striving to spread bureaucracy but in striving to set bounds to it."

Links:
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Herbert C. Hoover Presidental Library"
     "Click Here" - to read President Hoover's "Inaugural Address"
     "Click Here" - to view the "Grave of President Hoover"
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of President Herbert Clark Hoover
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of First Lady Lou (Henry) Hoover


        
First Lady
" Lou Hoover "





" 32nd President of the United States "
( March 4, 1933 to April 12, 1945 - 4 Terms - Died during 4th Term )
51 years old, Episcopalian, Lawyer, Democrat


Date & place of birth:

      
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
( Official Portrait )

     January 30, 1882, Hyde Park, New York

Date, place, cause & age at death:
     April 12, 1945, Warm Springs, Georgia - Cerebral Hemorrhage - 63

Place of burial:
     Hyde Park, New York

Parents:
     James & Sara (Delano) Roosevelt

Married:
     Anna Eleanor Roosevelt - on March 17, 1905 ( They were 1st cousins )
     Children:
          Anna Eleanor - ( 1906-1975 )
          James - ( 1907-1991 )
          Elliott - ( 1910-1990 )
          Franklin Delano, Jr. - ( 1914-1988 )
          John Aspinwall - ( 1916-1981 )
          Son - ( died in infancy - dates unknown )

Education:
     Harvard University

Military Service:
     None - ( Physically Unable )

Also served:
     New York State Legislature - ( 1911-1913 )
     Assistant Secretary of the Navy - ( 1913-1920 )
     Governor of New York - ( 1929-1933 )

Presidental Election Results - 1st term:

NamePopular VotesPercentageElectorial VotesPercentageParty
Franklin Roosevelt
22,821,277
57.41%
472
88.9%
Democratic
Herbert Clark Hoover
15,761,254
39.65%
  59
11.1%
Republican
Norman Thomas
    884,885
  2.23%
   0
  0.0%
Socialist
William Foster
    103,307
  0.26%
   0
  0.0%
Communist
Others
    181,175
  0.46%
   0
  0.0%
 

Presidental Election Results - 2nd term:

NamePopular VotesPercentageElectorial VotesPercentageParty
Franklin Roosevelt
27,752,648
60.80%
 523
98.5%
Democratic
Alfred Landon
16,681,862
36.54%
    8
  1.5%
Republican
William Lemke
    892,378
  1.95%
    0
  0.0%
Union
Norman Thomas
    187,910
  0.41%
    0
  0.0%
Socialist
Others
    132,901
  0.29%
    0
  0.0%
 

Presidental Election Results - 3rd term:

NamePopular VotesPercentageElectorial VotesPercentageParty
Franklin Roosevelt
27,313,945
54.74%
449
84.6%
Democratic
Wendell Willkie
22,347,744
44.78%
  82
 15.4%
Republican
Others
    240,424
 0.48%
   0
  0.0%
 

Presidental Election Results - 4th term:

NamePopular VotesPercentageElectorial VotesPercentageParty
Franklin Roosevelt
25,612,916
53.39%
432
81.4%
Democratic
Thomas E. Dewey
22,017,929
45.89%
  99
 18.6%
Republican
No Candidate
    135,439
 0.28%
   0
  0.0%
Texas Regulars
Others
    210,779
 0.44%
   0
  0.0%
 

Vice Presidents:
     
"John Nance Garner", of Texas - ( 1st & 2nd terms )
     "Henry A. Wallace", of Iowa - ( 3rd term )
     "Harry S. Truman", of Missouri - ( 4th term ) - Served as the "33rd President of the United States"

Facts:

  • Only individual to serve more than two terms as President
  • Only individual to serve as President and to be confined to a wheelchair while in office. In 1921, at the age of 39, Roosevelt contracted polio which left him without the use of his legs
  • 1st President to receive over 27 million popular votes
  • 1st President to appear on television in 1939
  • 1st President to use the "current" Oval Office
  • 7th President to die while serving in office
  • Roosevelt was related by blood or marriage to 11 former presidents
  • Nickname: "FDR"

Famous Quote:
     "The Presidency is not merely an administrative office. That's the least of it. It is more than an engineering job, efficient or inefficient. It is pre-eminently a place of moral leadership."

Links:
     "Click Here" - to view the home of President Roosevelt in "Hyde Park, NY"
     "Click Here" - to read the "Fireside Chats" given by President Roosevelt.
     "Click Here" - to visit the "FDR Memorial" in Washington, D.C.
     "Click Here" - to visit the "FDR Presidental Library & Mueseum"
     "Click Here" - to view the "Grave of President Roosevelt"
     "Click Here" - to view the "Grave of Anna Eleanor Roosevelt"
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of First Lady Anna Eleanor (Roosevelt) Roosevelt


      
First Lady
" Eleanor Roosevelt "





" 33rd President of the United States "
( April 12, 1945 to January 20, 1953 - Assumed Roosevelts 4th Term - elected 1 Term )
60 years old, Baptist, Farmer, Democrat


      
Harry S. Truman
( Official Portrait )


Date & place of birth:
     May 8, 1884, Lamar, Missouri

Date, place, cause & age at death:
     December 26, 1972, Independence, Missouri - Old Age - 88

Place of burial:
     Independence, Missouri

Parents:
     John Anderson & Martha Ellen (Young) Truman

Married:
     Elizabeth Virginia Wallace - on June 28, 1919
     Children:
          Mary Margaret Truman
          ( February 17, 1924 - January 29, 2008 ) - Married E. Clifton Daniel

Education:
     University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Law

Military Service:
     Major

Also served:
     U.S. Senate - ( 1935-1945 )
     Vice President for Franklin Roosevelt - ( 1945 )

Presidental Election Results:

NamePopular VotesPercentageElectorial VotesPercentageParty
Harry S. Truman
24,179,347
49.55%
303
57.1%
Democratic
Thomas E. Dewey
21,991,292
45.07%
189
35.6%
Republican
J. Strom Thurmond
  1,175,930
  2.41%
  39
  7.3%
State's Rights
Henry Wallace
  1,157,328
  2.37%
   0
  0.0%
Progressive
Norman Thomas
    139,569
  0.29%
   0
  0.0%
Socialist
Others
    150,069
  0.31%
   0
  0.0%
 

Vice Presidents:
     
"Alben W. Barkley", of Kentucky

Facts:

  • 1st President to receive over 24 million popular votes.
  • His middle initial of "S" doesn't stand for anything
  • It was Truman that popularized the saying, "If you can't stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen."
  • A Confederate sympathizer, Truman's mother refused to sleep in Lincoln's bed during a White House visit
  • Was a grandnephew of "President John Tyler"
  • Nickname: "Give 'Em Hell Harry"

Famous Quote:
     "Within the first few months, I discovered that being a President is like riding a tiger. A man has to keep on riding or be swallowed."

Links:
     "Click Here" - to view the "Home of President Truman" in Independence, Missouri
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Harry S. Truman Presidental Library & Mueseum"
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Harry S. Truman National Historic Site"
     "Click Here" - to view the "Grave of President Truman"
     "Click Here" - to view the "Grave of Bess Truman"
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of President Harry S. Truman
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of First Lady Bess (Wallace) Truman


      
First Lady
" Bess Truman "





" 34th President of the United States "
( January 20, 1953 to January 20, 1961 - 2 Terms )
62 years old, Presbyterian, Soldier, Republican


Date & place of birth:

      
David Dwight Eisenhower
( Official Portrait )

     October 14, 1890, Denison, Texas

Date, place, cause & age at death:
     March 28, 1969, Washington, D.C. - Congestive Heart Failure - 78

Place of burial:
     Abilene, Kansas

Parents:
     David Jacob & Ida Elizabeth (Stover) Eisenhower

Married:
     Mamie Doud - on July 1, 1916
     Children:
          Doud Dwight - ( 1917-1921 )
          John Sheldon Doud - ( b.1923 )

Education:
     United States Military Academy, Army War College

Military Service:
     5 Star General - Army - World War I & II

Also served:
     No other political office

Presidental Election Results - 1st term:

NamePopular VotesPercentageElectorial VotesPercentageParty
Dwight Eisenhower
34,075,529
55.18%
442
83.2%
Republican
Adlai E. Stevenson
27,375,090
44.33%
  89
16.8%
Democratic
Others
    301,323
  0.49%
   0
  0.0%
 

Presidental Election Results - 2nd term:

NamePopular VotesPercentageElectorial VotesPercentageParty
Dwight Eisenhower
35,579,180
57.37%
457
86.1%
Republican
Adlai E. Stevenson
26,028,028
41.97%
 73
13.7%
Democratic
Unpledged Elector
    196,145
  0.32%
   0
  0.0%
Independent
Others
    217,975
  0.35%
   0
  0.0%
 

Vice Presidents:
     
"Richard Milhous Nixon", California - Served as the "37th President of the United States"

Facts:

  • Only President to have served in World War I & World War II
  • 1st President to receive over 35 million popular votes
  • 1st President licensed to fly an airplane.
  • Last President born in the 1800's
  • Was born David Dwight Eisenhower.
  • A skilled chef, he was famous for his vegetable soup, steaks, and cornmeal pancakes.

Famous Quote:
     "The United States never lost a soldier or a foot of ground in my administration. We kept the peace. People ask how it happened - by God, it didn't just happen, I'll tell you that."

Links:
     "Click Here" - to view the "Birthplace of President Eisenhower"
     "Click Here" - to view the "Home of President Eisenhower"
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Eisenhower Presidental Library & Mueseum"
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Grave of President Eisenhower"
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of President Dwight D. Eisenhower
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of First Lady Mamie (Doud) Eisenhower


      
First Lady
" Mamie Eisenhower "





" 35th President of the United States "
( January 20, 1961 to November 22, 1963 - Assassinated - 1 Term )
43 years old, Catholic, Lawyer, Democrat


Date & place of birth:

      
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
( Official Portrait )

     May 29, 1917, Brookline, Massachusetts

Date, place, cause & age at death:
     November 22, 1963, Dallas, Texas - Assassinated - 46

Place of burial:
     Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia

Parents:
     Joseph P. & Rose (Fitzgerald) Kennedy

Married:
     Jacqueline Lee Bouvier - on September 12, 1953
     Children:
          Caroline Bouvier - ( b.1957 )
          John Fitzgerald - (1960-1999)
          Patrick Bouvier - (1963-1963)
          Unnamed Infant Daughter

Education:
     Harvard University

Military Service:
     Lieutenant - Navy - World War II

Also served:
     U.S. Congress - ( 1947-1953 )
     U.S. Senate - ( 1953-1960 )

Election Results - ( Popular Vote Percentage ):
     John F. Kennedy - 49.7%
     Richard M. Nixon - 49.5%

Vice Presidents:
     
"Lyndon Baines Johnson", of Texas - Served as the "36th President of the United States"

Facts:

  • Only President to appoint his brother to a cabinet post
  • Only President to win a Pulitzer Prize -- for his biography Profiles in Courage
  • 1st President born in the 1900's
  • 1st President who had served in the U.S. Navy
  • 4th & last President to be Assassinated
  • 8th & last President to die while serving in office
  • Youngest President elected to office, age 43
  • Youngest President to die in office, age 46
  • Nicknames: "JFK"; "Jack".

Famous Quote:
     "And so, my fellow Americans: Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country. . ."

Links:
     "Click Here" - to view the "Birthplace of President Kennedy"
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Kennedy Presidental Library & Mueseum"
     "Click Here" - to view the "Grave of President Kennedy"
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of President John F. Kennedy
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of First Lady Jacqueline Lee (Bouvier) Kennedy


      

President
" John Kennedy "


      

First Lady
" Jacqueline Kennedy "





" 36th President of the United States "
( November 22, 1963 to January 20, 1969 - Assumed Kennedy's Term - elected 1 Term )
55 years old, Disciples of Christ, Educator, Democrat


Date & place of birth:

      
Lyndon Baines Johnson
( Official Portrait )

     August 27, 1908, near Stonewall, Texas

Date, place, cause & age at death:
     January 22, 1973, Texas - Heart Attack - 64

Place of burial:
     near Pedemales, Texas

Parents:
     Samuel Ealy & Rebekah (Baines) Johnson

Married:
     Claudia Alta Taylor - on November 17, 1934
     Children:
          Lynda Bird - ( b.1944 )
          Luci Baines - ( b.1947 )

Education:
     Southwest Texas State University

Military Service:
     Lieutenant Commander - Navy - World War II

Also served:
     U.S. Congress - ( 1937-1949 )
     U.S. Senate - ( 1949-1961 )
     Vice President to John Kennedy - ( January 20, 1961 to November 22, 1963 )

Election Results - ( Popular Vote Percentage ):
     Lyndon B. Johnson - 61.1%
     Barry M. Goldwater - 38.5%

Vice President:
     
"Hubert H. Humphrey", of Minnesota

Facts:

  • Only President to take the oath of office from a female official -- Judge Sarah T. Hughes
  • 1st President to receive over 43 million popular votes.
  • 1st incumbent president to meet with a pope
  • Johnson and his wife were married with a $2.50 wedding ring bought at Sears
  • Was the most politically experienced individual to become President
  • Nickname: "LBJ".

Famous Quote:
     "For this is what America is all about. It is the uncrossed desert and the unclimbed ridge. It is the star that is not reached and the harvest sleeping in the unplowed ground. . ."

Links:
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Johnson Presidental Library & Mueseum"
     "Click Here" - to visit "President Johnson's Boyhood Home"
     "Click Here" - to visit President Johnson's home, the "LBJ Ranch"
     "Click Here" - to view the "Grave of President Johnson"
     "Click Here" - to read a "Biography" of President Lyndon Baines Johnson
     "Click Here" - to read a "Biography" of First Lady Claudia Alta (Taylor) Johnson


      
First Lady
" Lady Bird Johnson "





" 37th President of the United States "
( January 20, 1969 to August 9, 1974 - Elected to 2 Terms - Resigned during 2nd Term )
56 years old, Quaker, Lawyer, Republican


Date & place of birth:

      
Richard Milhous Nixon
( Official Portrait )

     January 9, 1913, Yorba Linda, California

Date, place, cause & age at death:
     April 22, 1994, New York City, New York - Old Age - 81

Place of burial:
     Yorba Linda, California (Nixon Library)

Parents:
     Francis Anthony & Hannah (Milhous) Nixon

Married:
     Thelma Catherine Patricia Ryan - on June 21, 1940
     Children:
          Patricia - ( b.1946 )
          Julie - ( b.1948 )

Education:
     Whittier College, Duke University

Military Service:
     Lieutenant Commander - Navy

Also served:
     Vice President to Dwight Eisenhower - ( January 20, 1953 to January 20, 1961 )
     U.S. Congress - ( 1947-1950 )
     U.S. Senate - ( 1951-1953 )

Election Results - 1st Term - ( Popular Vote Percentage ):
     Richard M. Nixon - 43.4%
     Hubert H. Humphrey - 38.5%
     George C. Wallace - 13.5%

Election Results - 2nd Term - ( Popular Vote Percentage ):
     Richard M. Nixon - 60.7%
     George S. McGovern - 37.5%

Vice Presidents:
     
"Spiro T. Agnew", of Maryland - ( Resigned )
     "Gerald Rudolph Ford", of Michigan - Served as the "38th President of the United States"

Facts:

  • Only President to ever resign from office
  • 1st President to receive over 47 million popular votes
  • 1st President to visit China
  • By coincidence Nixon was in Dallas on the day Kennedy was assassinated. He later noted that he didn't remember being there on that day.
  • He parted his hair to the right to hide a large scar resulting from a childhood accident.

Famous Quote:
     "Once a man has been in politics, once that's been in his life, he will always return if the people want him."

Links:
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Nixon Presidental Library & Birth Place"
     "Click Here" - to view the "Grave of President Nixon"
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of President Richard Milhous Nixon
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of First Lady Thelma Catherine Patricia (Ryan) Nixon


      
First Lady
" Patricia Nixon "





" 38th President of the United States "
( August 9, 1974 to January 20, 1977 - Assumed Nixon's Term )
61 Years Old, Episcopalian, Lawyer, Republican


Date & place of birth:

      
Gerald Rudolph Ford
( Official Portrait )

     July 14, 1913, Omaha, Nebraska

Date, place, cause & age at death:
     December 26, 2006, Rancho Mirage, Ca. - pneumonia - 93

Place of burial:
     Gerald R. Ford Museum, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Parents:
     Leslie & Dorothy (Gardner) King

Married:
     Elizabeth Anne Bloomer - on October 15, 1948
     Children:
          Michael Gerald - ( b.1950 )
          John Gardner - ( b.1952 )
          Steven Meigs - ( b.1956 )
          Susan Elizabeth - ( b.1957 )

Education:
     University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Yale University

Military Service:
     Lieutenant Commander - Navy

Also served:
     U.S. Congress - ( 1949-1973 )
     Vice President for Richard Nixon

Vice Presidents:
     
"Nelson A. Rockefeller", of New York

Facts:

  • Only President not elected by the people to servce. He became vice president when Nixon's elected vice president, Spiro T. Agnew, resigned
  • Only President whose two assassination attempts against him were made by women
  • Is one of four Presidents to live into his 90's The others: "John Adams", "Herbert Hoover" and "Ronald Reagan"
  • Was born as Leslie King, Jr. - Took the surname of his adoptive parents
  • Both Ford and his wife, Betty, had been models before their marriage.
  • Nickname: "Jerry".

Famous Quote:
     "Our inflation, our public enemy number one, will, unless whipped, destroy our country, our homes, our liberties, our property and finally our national pride as surely as will any well-armed wartime enemy."

Links:
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Ford Presidental Library & Museum"
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Gerald R. Ford Birthplace Garden"
     "Click Here" - to visit his "final resting place"
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of President Gerald Rudolph Ford
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of First Lady Elizabeth Anne (Bloomer) Ford


      
First Lady
" Betty Ford "





" 39th President of the United States "
( January 20, 1977 to January 20, 1981 - 1 Term )
52 years old, Baptist, Farmer, Democrat


Date & place of birth:

      
James Earl Carter, Jr.
( Official Portrait )

     October 1, 1924, Plains, Georgia

Current Age:
     Seventy-Nine (79)

Parents:
     James Earl, Sr., & Lillian (Gordy) Carter

Married:
     Rosalynn Smith - on July 7, 1946
     Children:
          John William "Jack" - ( b.1947 )
          James Earl "Chip", III - ( b.1950 )
          Donnel Jeffrey "Jeff" - ( b.1952 )
          Amy Lynn - ( b.1967 )

Education:
     United States Naval Academy

Military Service:
     Lieutenant - Navy

Also served:
     Georgia State Legislature - ( 1963-1967 )
     Governor of Georgia - ( 1971-1975 )

Election Results - ( Popular Vote Percentage ):
     Jimmy Carter - 50.1%
     Gerald Ford - 48.0%

Vice Presidents:
     
"Walter F. Mondale", of Minnesota

Facts:

  • Only President to send his mother on a diplomatic mission
  • 1st President elected from the Deep South since before the Civil War
  • 1st President born in a hospital
  • 1st President to graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy
  • Nickname: "Jimmy".

Famous Quote:
     "The passage of the civil rights act during the 1960s was the greatest thing to happen to the South in my lifetime. It lifted a burden from the whites as well as the blacks."

Links:
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Jimmy Carter Library & Museum"
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Carter Center"
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Jimmy Carter National Historic Site"
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of President James Earl Carter, Jr.
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of First Lady Rosalynn (Smith) Carter


      
First Lady
" Rosalynn Carter "



" Reagan, Ford, Carter, Nixon "
( during Reagan's administration )




" 40th President of the United States "
( January 20, 1981 to January 20, 1989 - 2 Terms )
69 years old, Christian, Actor, Republican


Date & place of birth:

      
Ronald Wilson Reagan
( Official Portrait )

     February 6, 1911, Tampico, Illinois

Date, place, cause & age at death:
     June 5, 2004 - His Home - Pneumonia, Alzheimers - 93

Place of burial:
     Reagan Presidental Library

Parents:
     John & Nelle (Wilson) Reagan

Married: (1st)
     Jane Wyman - on January 25, 1940 - (later divorced)
     Children:
          Maureen Elizabeth - ( 1941-2001 )
          Michael Edward - ( b.1945 )

Married: (2nd)
     Nancy Davis - on March 4, 1952
     Children:
          Patricia Ann - ( b.1952 )
          Ronald Prescott - ( b.1958 )

Education:
     Eureka College

Military Service:
     Captain - Army - World War II

Also served:
     Governor of California - ( 1967-1975 )

Election Results - 1st Term - ( Popular Vote Percentage ):
     Ronald W. Reagan - 50.7%
     Jimmy Carter - 41.0%
     John B. Anderson - 6.6%

Election Results - 2nd Term - ( Popular Vote Percentage ):
     Ronald W. Reagan - 58.8%
     Walter F. Mondale - 40.6%

Vice Presidents:
     
"George Herbert Walker Bush", of Texas - Served as the "41st President of the United States"

Facts:

  • Only President to be wounded and survive an assassination attempt
  • 1st President to wear contact lenses
  • 1st President to have been divorced
  • 1st Presidnet to have been a Hollywood actor
  • Oldest surviving President in History, 93 years Old
  • Oldest individual ever elected President.
  • Oldest individual to served as President, age 77
  • One of four Presidents to live into his 90's. The others: "John Adams", "Herbert Hoover" and "Gerald Ford"
  • Reagan saved 77 people when he worked as a lifeguard
  • He appointed the first woman to the supreme court, Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.
  • As a result of his many television appearances while president, he was known as the Great Communicator.

Famous Quote:
     "What I'd really like to do is go down in history as the President who made Americans believe in themselves again."

Links:
     "Click Here" - to visit the "Reagan Presidental Library"
     "Click Here" - to view the "Grave of President Reagan"
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of President Ronald Wilson Reagan
     "Click Here" - for a "Biography" of First Lady Nancy (Davis) Reagan


      
First Lady
" Nancy Reagan "


      
First Lady
" Nancy Reagan "



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