The U.S. Constitution and Other Writings
SKU: BKH498The U.S. Constitution and Other Writings is part of the leatherbound classics series and is a collection of the crucial documents, speeches, and other writings that shaped the United States. In addition to the Constitution, readers can review the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the Federalist Papers, important presidential speeches, and several by President Reagan: A Time For Choosing, First Inaugural Address , and his speech at the Brandenburg Gate. Dimensions: 6.25 X 1.3 X 9.25 inches. Weight: 1.85 pounds. 544 Pages.
Mini U.S. Constitution
SKU: BKP258Our nation's history fits neatly in the palm of your hand. This palm sized leather-bound book is a 192-page edition containing the complete United States Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and every constitutional amendment to the present day. Also included is an impressive array of documents, revealing the ideas, aspirations, and differing views of the founding fathers. These documents include The Declaration of Independence, The Virginia Bill of Rights, Massachusetts Bill of Rights, Articles of Confederation, and Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom. Makes a wonderful gift. Red leather. Cream-white, acid-free paper with gilt edges. Comes with attached ribbon bookmark. Approximate size: 2-3/4” x 3-3/4”.
Air Force One The Final Mission - Paperback
SKU: BKP054How did the Reagan Library acquire Air Force One and move it into the Pavilion? This historic book has all the answers! It also documents the role that Air Force One 27000 played in American history including exclusive photographs describing its last mission, its disassembly, transportation, restoration, installation, and display at the Reagan Library. Size approximately 9" x 12", 192 Pages, 439 Photographs.
Air Force One - The Final Mission (Hardcover)
SKU: BKH146Air Force One: The Final Mission takes readers along a magical transformation of a presidential aircraft into a national treasure. This impressive hardbound book documents the role that Air Force One 27000 played in American history including exclusive photographs describing its last mission in detail regarding disassembly, transportation, restoration, and display at the Reagan Library. Written by Joel Haskel Cohen and Michael Steven Cohen with Michael Broggie. 9" x 12", 192 pages, 439 photographs. Hardcover.
First Lady: A Portrait of Nancy Reagan
SKU: BKH051First Lady is a true portrait of Nancy Reagan "on the job" as First Lady, which was an intensely rewarding and, sometimes, very difficult role. This biography provides an in depth view of Nancy Reagan as a very private person, devoted to her husband and family. Feisty, savvy, and concerned, she is a woman of strong opinions and even stronger loyalties. Extensive interviews by renowned journalist Chris Wallace provide the foundation for this excellent book. Hardcover. 165 pages.
George Washington's Rules of Civility & Decent Behavior
SKU: BKH053George Washington, the father of our country, exhibited notable manners throughout his life. Diligence in social matters was common practice in decent society the world over, during his liftetme. At the age of 14, Geroge Washington wrote down 110 rules under the title "Rules of Civility & Decent Behaviour in Company and Conversation."
The United States Government
SKU: BKP215“An informed patriotism is what we want,” said President Reagan. And this is how it begins, right here. By having fun while reading this exceptional book, kids and teens can learn about everything from the Declaration of Independence all the way through the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and why we have three distinct branches of government: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. All explained in a very simple manner so everyone can clearly understand within 46 pages, measuring 8.5” x 5.5”.
That Printer of Udell's by Harold Bell Wright
SKU: BKP141After reading this book at age 11, Ronald Reagan said it had a lasting impact on his life, shaping his own moral sense. He identified with the central character, Dick Falkner, who grew up in poverty with an alcoholic father. After Falkner ran away, he was hired by George Udell a kindly printer. "I found a role model in that traveling printer whom Wright had brought to life. He set me on a course I've tried to follow unto this day. I shall always be grateful."
Palace of State: The Eisenhower Executive Office Building
SKU: BKH541This iconic book details the building’s rich architectural and historical legacy—from the beginnings of federal civic architecture in Washington to its construction as the world’s largest office building after the Civil War, and culminating in the recently completed restoration process that began in the 1980s. Featuring beautifully rendered architectural drawings, historic images, and lush contemporary photography, this illustrated history presents a comprehensive study of an iconic landmark that continues to serve in its role as a monumental setting for statecraft. The Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building was first constructed to house the departments of State, War, and Navy in the nineteenth century, and it now serves as the home of the Executive Office of the President. Having outlasted decades of plans threatening alteration or outright demolition, this building survives as one of the foremost examples of Second Empire design in the United States. Edited By: Thomas E. Luebke