Celebrate the 100th Birthday of Ronald Reagan
Throughout 2011, the National Archives will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Ronald Reagan's birth with a variety of special programs and exhibits that explore the life and times of America's 40th president. Special social media initiatives and student/teacher outreach will also be highlights of the year-long celebration.
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Federal Agency Resources
The National Archives is featuring a selection of documents that showcase President Reagan's relationship with each of the Federal agency departments that served him.
Ronald Reagan Centennial Commission
On June 2, 2009, President Obama signed a bill (H.R. 131) which created the Ronald Reagan Centennial Commission, an 11 person panel that will plan and carry out activities to mark the 100th anniversary of the president's birth.
Celebrations at the National Archives in Washington, DC
- Throughout 2011: Reagan Centennial Display at the National Archives Experience
Celebrations at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, CA
- July 2011: Summer Teacher Institutes