He uses this quote on his signed official photograph as GovernorPieces of Reagan relating to his Irish heritage are very uncommonRonald Reagan, along with John Kennedy, are the most famous American Presidents of Irish descent. And Reagan cherished his as much as Kennedy. His great-great-grandfather, Michael O’Regan, left County Tipperary during the famine of the 1840’s. Returning to Ireland in 1984, the 40th president declared, “I can’t think of a place on the planet I would rather claim as my roots."Reagan's favorite old Irish saying goes as follows, "May the road rise to meet you, May the wind be always at your back...May God hold you in the palm of his hand."Nancy Clark Reynolds was one of Reagan's longest and closest political confidants and served in his press office as Governor.Photograph signed, being an image of the official portrait of Ronald Reagan as Governor, inscribed to Reynolds. "Dear Nancy, you brightened so many days for all of us. May the wind be always at your back. Know you are held in great affection and warmest friendship. Ronald Reagan"We have never seen another example of this photograph signed, nor of his using this quotation. (Inventory #: 11502)
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