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This photograph was taken by Michael Evans, Personal Photographer to President Ronald Reagan


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Title Photograph of Ronald Reagan in a cowboy hat at Rancho Del Cielo
English: Ronald Reagan wearing cowboy hat at Rancho del Cielo.
Date 1976
Medium photographic print
Accession number NAIL Control Number: NLS-WHPO-A-E13(3)
Notes The following changes were applied to this restoration: global sharpness increased, levels adjusted, blemished, stains, dust removed, cloning in damaged areas, eyes lightened, slightly cropped.
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