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Richard Moss “Nixon’s Back Channel To Moscow”

Richard Moss presents his new book “Nixon’s Back Channel to Moscow” on the central role President Richard Nixon, his advisors, and their Soviet counterparts in confidential diplomacy which shaped America’s foreign policy during this critical era

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Mrs. Betty Ford Statue Unveiling at Museum

A statue of Mrs. Betty Ford, made possible through the generosity of the Peter F. Secchia family, was unveiled at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum as part of the Grand Rapids Community Legends Project

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Annual Wreath Laying Ceremony 2018

The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation hosted the annual Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Tomb of President Gerald R. Ford, marking the 105th anniversary of his birth, with remarks by Major General Gregory J. Vadnais

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2018 Foundation Annual Dinner

The Ford Family was joined by Trustees, Ford Administration Alumni, and ‘Friends of Ford’ for the Annual Dinner where Senator John Warner was presented with the Medal for Distinguished Public Service, and Prizes for Distinguished Reporting were also awarded

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Medal for Distinguished Public Service 2018

John W. Warner is the 2018 Recipient of the Gerald R. Ford Medal for Distinguished Public Service which was presented to him by Carla A. Hills, Mike Ford, and Steve Ford at the Foundation’s Annual Dinner in Washington, D.C.

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Gerald R. Ford Journalism Prizes for Reporting in 2017

The 31st Annual Gerald R. Ford Journalism Prizes for Distinguished reporting in 2017 were presented by Trustee Carla A. Hills at the Foundation’s Annual Dinner with J.J. Green, Ashley Parker, and Philip Rucker receiving recognition for their work

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Jill Abraham Hummer “First Ladies and American Women”

Professor Jill Abraham Hummer lectured on her recently published book “First Ladies and American Women: In Politics and at Home” which examines First Lady roles from Lou Hoover to Michelle Obama through the lens of American politics at the time

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