The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum collects, preserves, and exhibits an assortment of historical artifacts that illustrate the life and times of Gerald R. Ford. The goal of the Ford Museum is to preserve this collection so that future generations might better understand the legacy of the nation's 38th President.
With approximately 19,000 artifacts in the museum’s collection, those of the most historical importance relate specifically to Gerald R. Ford.
|Gerald Ford's Life and Career|
|Head of State Gifts Given to the President|
|Gifts from the Public to the President|
|Whip Inflation Now (WIN)|
|1976 Presidential Campaign|
|Betty Ford and the Ford Children|
|Betty Ford Gowns and Dresses|
Please address questions about the collections, conducting research, artifact donations, or artifact loans to:
James W. Draper, Registrar
Gerald R. Ford Museum
303 Pearl Street, NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49504