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Boyhood Home of President Reagan

Boyhood Home of President Reagan Event Button Museum
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BOYHOOD HOME OF PRESIDENT Ronald Wilson Reagan 816 S. Hennepin Ave. - Dixon, Illinois
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Photograph of white two-story house with an inset photograph of Ronald Reagan.  Black text inside a white rectangle on the bottom of the button.

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Creative Photo Crafts, Sylvania, Ohio.

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Former president Ronald Wilson Reagan and his family lived in Dixon, Illinois at the house shown here between the years of 1920-1924. In the early 1980s, the Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home Preservation Foundation was founded to preserve the house as a historic site. It was restored to its 1920s appearance and opened to the public as a museum in 1984. Since that time, a visitor's center and statue of Reagan has been added to the property. 

Source: National Park Service. (n.d) Ronald Reagan boyhood home. Retrieved from https://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/presidents/ronald_reagan_boyhood_home.html

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EV0426
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