Volunteers make this home what it is. Many people put time into remodeling the home and strove to make it realistic for the time President Reagan lived there. They sought old floor plans and sent the period Sears catalog to the Reagan family to pick out what furnishings they remembered being there. That dedication to detail carries through with the volunteers who work there now who really understand President Reagan's history. I would encourage local people who have not taken the time to go through it to do so as well. As I recall there are donations accepted.
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