facebook
twitter
rss
account
search
search
Ronald Reagan at the age of one. (UPI PHOTO/FILES)
License photo | Permalink
ORIGINAL CAPTION: Ronald Reagan (2nd R) with his older brother, his father and his mother. (UPI PHOTO/FILES)
License photo | Permalink
President Ronald Reagan is seen here around age 13 outside his home in Dixon, Illinois. It was there that Reagan entered high school at this same time and developed a passion for football. Reagan, the 40th President of the United States of America, was instrumental in bringing about the collapse of communism and an end to the Cold War. The former President is now 92 and has been suffering from alzheimer's for over ten years. (UPI/File)
License photo | Permalink
"Life is just one grand sweet song, so start the music," reads the entry beside Ronald Reagan's 1928 Dixon High School yearbook photo taken during his senior year. Reagan, the 40th President of the United States of America, was instrumental in bringing about the collapse of communism and an end to the Cold War. The former President is now 92 and has been suffering from alzheimer's for over ten years. (UPI/File)
License photo | Permalink
ORIGINAL CAPTION: Picture shows Lt. Ronald Reagan, New Moral Officer at Fort Mason in San Francisco, California at Hamilton Field. (UPI PHOTO/ARMY HANDOUT)
License photo | Permalink
Ronald Reagan is seen here in this 1933 file photo following his move to Des Moines, Iowa where he was the sports announcer for WHO radio station. Reagan, the 40th President of the United States of America, was instrumental in bringing about the collapse of communism and an end to the Cold War. The former President is now 92 and has been suffering from alzheimer's for over ten years. (UPI/File)
License photo | Permalink
After finishing his education at Eureka College, Ronald Reagan began his career as a sports broadcaster on WHO Radio in Des Moines, Iowa. He is seen here in this file photo taken in the mid-1930's. There he would broadcast Chicago Cubs' ball games based on telegraph reports from Wrigley Field. Reagan, the 40th President of the United States of America, was instrumental in bringing about the collapse of communism and an end to the Cold War. The former President is now 92 and has been suffering from alzheimer's for over ten years. (UPI/File)
License photo | Permalink
Most Popular
1
Molly Ringwald's daughter channels 'Sixteen Candles' character
2
Justin Bieber compares fender bender to Princess Diana's car crash
3
Ukraine claims Russian offensive on third front
4
Kanye West reveals his father was a paparazzo
5
Uma Thurman addresses Quentin Tarantino dating rumors
x
Feedback