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1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play

1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play
1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play
1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play
1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play
1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play
1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play
1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play
1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play
1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play
1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play
1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play
1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play

1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play
1920’s High School Yearbook featuring students and teachers, activities and sports, candids, pictures of the school, and local advertisement, and including many pictures, mentions, and literature from the future Hollywood actor and United States President Ronald Reagan, who signed this issue to fellow schoolmate and neighbor, a younger girl he would walk home after school. The original owner of this book made indications of pictures including Reagan, included some entertaining notes of her own teenage history. There are other signatures from students and teachers included. Great condition, with many wonderful photos and period design. Was an American politician who served as the 40th. President of the United States. From 1981 to 1989. Prior to his presidency, he was a. Actor before serving as the 33rd. Ronald Reagan was raised in a poor family in small towns in Illinois. After moving to California in 1937, he found work as an actor and starred in a few productions including Knute Rockne All American , Bedtime for Bonzo , and The Killers. He was twice elected President of the Screen Actors Guildthe labor union for actorswhere he worked to seek out and name Communists. In the 1950’s, he moved into television and was a motivational speaker for the General Electric Corporation. When the Medicare legislation. Was introduced in 1961, he publicly said. That such a program would mean the end of freedom in America. He supported Barry Goldwater’s presidential campaign and won national attention as a spokesman. In 1967, Reagan signed the Mulford Act, which repealed a law that allowed public carrying of loaded firearms. He twice ran unsuccessfully for the Republican presidential nomination, in 1968 and 1976. Four years later in 1980, he won the nomination and assumed the presidency. Soon after taking office, he incorporated neo-liberal supply-side economic policies. He advocated for economic deregulation, and reduction in government spending. He began the “War on Drugs, ” and. Fought against public sector labor unions. Enacted cuts in domestic spending, and increased military spending. He cut budgets for medicaid, food stamps, and federal education programs. Foreign affairs dominated his second term, including. And was involved in the Iran-Contra affair. He described the Soviet Union as an “evil Empire” and his administration worked to undermine and end the Soviet Union, in part by escalating the arms race with the USSR. During his presidency GDP rose impressively though working and middle classes lost ground. After his service in office he became. Conservatives and right wing politicos and voters, though those on both sides of the major party isles, as well as leaders of other countries, both friendly an and in disagreement with United States, found Ronald Reagan to be a likable person. He was married twice, first to actress Jane Wyman, then to actress Nancy Davis, then Nancy Reagan who became First Lady of the United States. Very Good Condition leatherette-back issue with tight binding and text and clean pages, with no must or mildew or missing pieces, and mild shelf wear and few scuffs (as shown). The signature is in excellent condition, with no bleeds. Great rarity featuring the early life and times of a United States historic figure. Just waiting for a good home. Spanky’s Archive, since 1986. Thank you for stopping by! And 30 years in the hobby. Edgar hoover, richard nixon, herbert hoover, john foster dulles, milton friedman, alan greenspan, donald rumsfeld, dick cheney. The item “1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play” is in sale since Sunday, May 12, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Political\US\Presidents & First Ladies”. The seller is “spanky*s-archive” and is located in Iowa City, Iowa. This item can be shipped worldwide.
1920s President RONALD REAGAN senior high Yearbook signed Football School Play