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English: President Gerald R. Ford (circled in red) poses with other Eagle Scouts and Michigan Governor en:Fred Green (far left, holding hat), Mackinac Island (1929).
Français : Gerald Ford (dans le cercle rouge) pose avec d'autres scouts et le governor du Michigan Fred Green (extrême gauche, avec chapeau) sur l' Île Mackinac (1929).
Date 2007-03-30 (original upload date)
Source Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is/was here. Source: Archival photo at Ford Presidential Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan (National Archives and Records Administration) (highlighting added) by uploader en:User:JGHowes
Author Original uploader was JGHowes at en.wikipedia
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