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Our Baylor Bear in the White House - Ronald Reagan's 1988 Visit to the Baylor Campus

June 9, 2004
(News and Events)

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An enthusiastic crowd of more than 9,000 people welcomedáPresident Ronald Reagan to the Baylor Universityácampus onáSeptember 22, 1988, marking theáfirst official event to be held in theáFerrell Center. Local television producer/director Jim Chase, now witháglobalcity films in Waco,ácreated the 1988 documentary,á"Our Baylor Bear," which takes a look at the day President Reagan came to Baylor.

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