The Eisenhower Cabin is so-named because it housed President and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower during Ike's frequent stays at Augusta National Golf Club.

President Dwight D. Eisenhower shaking hands with Georgia State Patrol Trooper C. W. Herndon at the Augusta National Golf Course.

Augusta Georgia Construction of the Empire Life Insurance Company .. Lamar Building today on Broad Street , about 1913 | Car photo Picture from the famous muesum in Augusta

Relive the History - The History of the Augusta National Masters Golf Tournament ** The 1930's: Atlanta reporter O.B. Keeler covered his friend Bobby Jones' entire career - More photos and history at http://www.Augusta.com

General Electric Theater is an American anthology series hosted by Ronald Reagan that was broadcast on CBS radio and television. The series was sponsored by General Electric's Department of Public Relations. The television version of the program, produced by MCA-TV/Revue, was broadcast every Sunday evening at 9:00pm, EST, beginning February 1, 1953 and ending May 27, 1962.

Augusta, Georgia: Made the move here in April of 1999 and worked and lived there until August, 2000. Talk about a learning experience for me - in so many ways.

Relive the History - The History of the Augusta National Masters Golf Tournament ** The 1930's: Thomas Barrett was instrumental in the creation of Augusta National - More history and photos at www.Augusta.com

ROBERT MCFARLANE (right) was the National Security Adviser to President Ronald Reagan (left), seen together on Air Force One in May 1988. ~ (Check out President Reagan's sweatpants!)

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