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Saturday, August 3, 2013

Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan

The Gerald R. Ford
Presidential Library is
in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

went to college at
in Ann Arbor.

Ford's life story is told
in photos, cards, letters
& memorabilia.

Baby Gerald & his mother

Besides studies, the future
president played football.

Ford's football

Following Naval service in
World War II, Gerald R, Ford
ran for Congress.

After serving.25 years in the
House of Representatives,
Gerald R. Ford became
Vice President, following
Spiro Agnew's resignation
in 1973,

& Vice President Ford took

The portrait commemorating
Gerald R. Ford's taking
of the Oath of Office.

The outfit Betty Ford was
wearing is displayed.

He finished Nixon's term.

Here President Ford is delivering

Presidents Carter
& Ford

President Ford was awarded
the Presidential Medal of 
Freedom by President Clinton.
August 11, 1999

President Ford received the
 putting the nation's interests
above his political future by
pardoning Former President
Richard M. Nixon.
May 21, 2001

President Ford died at
 the age of 93.

He is interred on the grounds
in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
December 26, 2006.

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