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Reagan mourners line Calif. streets

Flags, jelly beans left as mementos at presidential library

By Tatsha Robertson
Globe Staff / June 8, 2004

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SIMI VALLEY, Calif. -- They came in blue jeans and old cut-off shorts. They wore somber black suits and Korean war uniforms. They were from central California, Massachusetts, and the suburbs of Maryland. Busloads of mourners yesterday poured into the presidential library where the body of President Ronald Reagan lay in repose, beginning a week of mourning from coast to ... (Full Article: 940 Words)

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