HART, LOUISE: Papers, 1966-1980 – REAGAN LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

 

This collection consists of personal papers donated to the Reagan Presidential Library.  It has been reviewed by the Reagan Library staff and it is available for research.  You may access this collection in our research room.

 

HART, LOUISE: Papers, 1966-1980

 

Volunteer, Reagan for President 1980

 

Biographical Note

 

Louise Hart served as a volunteer writer in Ronald Reagan’s Gubernatorial Campaign in 1966 and his Presidential Campaign in 1980.  She created an instruction manual for volunteers and created the program C.U.R.E. 80 (Citizens United for Reagan’s Election in 1980). 

 

Scope and Content

 

The Louise Hart collection consists of a paper written by the donor regarding C.U.R.E., campaign slogans, instructional materials for volunteers, a listing of the Reagan-Bush Pioneers, other materials related to the 1980 campaign, and a letter Hart wrote to her parents regarding the 1966 campaign.

 

CONTAINER LIST

 

Box 1

Circa 1890 Die-cut/Bookmark re: Mrs. Harrison’s Painting of Orchids

[Louise Hart on C.U.R.E (Citizens United for Reagan’s Election in 1980)]

Citizen’s United for Reagan’s Election (C.U.RE. ’80) – Binder

C.U.R.E ’80 – Binder #2

C.U.R.E ’80

[Reagan-Bush Pioneers Pin]

Reagan-Bush Pioneers – Binder (1)-(4)

Campaign Bumper Stickers

[Reagan for President]

Massachusetts Reagan for President Volunteers (1)-(3)

Photograph – Louise Hart w/Ronald Reagan

Reagan for President – Binder

Primary Version of C.U.R.E ’80

[Focus on Leadership ‘80]

[Slogans for Reagan]

[National Republican Unity Day]

[Women in the Eighties]

[1966 Campaign]