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    The Beverly Hills CENSORED Club Ronald Reagan File, With His Signature on a Card. This file on Ronald Reagan from the Beverly Hills CENSORED Club includes a card on which he signed his name in full in blue ink, along with his address, phone number, and birthday. The contents include a 1951 letter requesting a donation to a charity drive, a 1955 letter informing Reagan he's been selected as a member of the Board of Directors, and later letters regarding honorary membership for then-Governor Reagan. Included is a photocopy of Reagan's original proposal for membership, in which it's noted he's working for Warner Bros. and is acquainted with members George Burns and Jack Benny. Signature of candidate reads, "Jane Wyman for Ronald Reagan"; Ms, Wyman, of course, having been his first wife. A fascinating file in Excellent condition. From the Beverly Hills CENSORED Club Celebrity Roast Archive.

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