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February 22, 2011


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Matthew Hyde

Looks like an interesting place. Ashamedly, I don't know too much about modern American history and couldn't tell you much about President Ford, but it sounds like the museum is worth a visit.

Love the picture of the seventies Oval Office!

Dominique King

Matthew-Thanks for stopping by! Yup, the museum was a real time capsule in many respects. It is nicely done, and the grounds are especially nice (this is where Pres. and Mrs. Ford are both buried).

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