Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home Preservation Foundation

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Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home Preservation Foundation
Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home Preservation Foundation (Source: Wikimedia)

Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home

Park Information

The Reagan family moved to Dixon, Illinois and into this house on December 6, 1920. The family lived in the house for three years.

This home has been designated as a historical landmark by the Dixon Historical Preservation Commission. In 1980, shortly after Ronal Reagan won the Republican Party’s nomination, a group of of discerning Dixonistes made a small deposit of the property to secure the historically significant home.

Ronald Reagan (40th President of the USA)

In 1984, on Ronald Reagan’s birthday, the Home was formally dedicated by Ronald and his brother Neil.

Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home Preservation Foundation Visitor Center
Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home Preservation Foundation Visitor Center (Source: Wikimedia)

Agency Name:

Smithsonian Institution Affiliations Program



Geographic Location


Contact Info

816 South Hennepin Avenue

Dixon, IL

61021


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