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Tribute to President Ronald Reagan
2/6/1911 - 6/5/2004
Excerpts from the 1928 high school year book from Dixon, Illinois.
This is page 9 of the 1928 Dixon High School yearbook.
Scroll down to see history of Ronald Reagan's
Presented by author Kat Jaske.
Use the side menu to see all 24 pictures.
Ronald Reagan was in several activities in high school, including drama
club, football, track, HI-Y club, and student council. He worked as a
lifeguard in the summer. Be sure to see Ronald Reagan's poem, "Life,"
and the calendar of events for the school year on these web pages.
Also see the web pictures of the state funeral for Ronald Reagan.
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The names of the producers of the 1928 Dixonian yearbook to the left
Rilla Ortgiesen (the author's mother's aunt)
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