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From 17-year-old lifeguard hero to 83-year-old advocate for understanding and treating Alzheimer's disease, Ronald Reagan chose to live his life in the public eye. Many photographs depict Reagan the politician. The images here focus on Reagan and his immediate family.

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Jack and Nelle Reagan with Neil and Ronald, c.1915.

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Ronald Reagan in the 1920s.

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Ronald as a lifeguard, 1927.

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Reagan as radio announcer for WHO radio, 1934-37.

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Ronald and Jane, with Maureen and Michael, 1940s.

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Ronald Reagan was host of the television program General Electric Theater from 1954-62.

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Ronald and Nancy Reagan at their wedding, 1952.

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Ronald and Nancy with Ron Jr. and Patti, 1967.

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Ronald Reagan was the Governor of California from 1967-1975.

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Patti, Paul Grilley, Nancy, Ronald, Doria, and Ron Reagan at Christmas, 1983.

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Ronald at Rancho del Cielo, 1985.

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Nancy and Ronald in the Oval Office, 1987.

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