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Tampico, Illinois
Historic House, Historical Society
Birthplace of President Ronald Reagan. Born in an apartment over a bakery, which later became a bank. The bank has been restored to it's original layout and the Reagan apartment has been furnished reminiscent of the time frame when young Ronald lived there. A Gift Shop is located next door for souvenirs and a photo gallery of prominent people in Ronald's life in Tampico. Tours of the Reagan Birthplace upstairs apartment, and The 1st National Bank on first floor are available.
Tampico, Illinois
History, Historical Society
The Tampico Area Historical Society & Museum is located in a 2-story building on Main Street and is part of the district listed on the Nat'l Registry of Historic Places. The main floor displays artifacts of it's rich history, including 4th grade school record of Ronald Reagan, items from the HY&T RR, furniture and fixtures from past business and year books from the now defunct Tampico High School. The upstairs offers more displays of clothing, old school room, trophies & photos.
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