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Appearing in MODERN SCREEN MAGAZINE some months before her engagement to Screen Actors Guild President Ronald Reagan (1911 2004) was this 1951 profile of the actress Nancy Davis (born Anne Frances Robbins: 1921 - 2016)). A gossipy yet informative article that covers her days at Smith College, her relationship with capitol "H" Hollywood stars Alla Nazimova and Walter Houston, the eight films in which she had acted in up to that time and the various assorted reactions she instilled in such directors as William Wellman and Dore Shary.

A 1942 article by the young Ronald Reagan can be read here...

Click here to read a 1948 article about the Jane Wyman - Ronald Reagan separation.

     


The Young Nancy Reagan (Modern Screen, 1951)

The Young Nancy Reagan (Modern Screen, 1951)

The Young Nancy Reagan (Modern Screen, 1951)

The Young Nancy Reagan (Modern Screen, 1951)

The Young Nancy Reagan (Modern Screen, 1951)

The Young Nancy Reagan (Modern Screen, 1951)

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