Located in Simi Valley, California, the Ronald Reagan Library and Center for Public Affairs captures the historical significance of several events that unfolded during the administration of the 40th President of the United States. Designed by the renowned architecture firm Hugh Stubbins and Associates, the library sits about 40 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles, CA.
Overview of the Library
As mandated by the Presidential Records Act, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library holds more than 50 million pages of presidential documents, about 1.6 million photographs, and 500,000 feet of motion picture cinematography. Not only has the Reagan Library secured the most vital presidential records, it also has secured thousands of audio and videotapes from the 40th president’s movie career and the personal documents from his eight-year tenure as the Governor of California.Details