Reagan Boyhood Home site "bleeding money," at risk of closing its doors
One morning back in 1988, a fancier car than usual rolled up to Ronald Reagan’s boyhood home in Dixon. It was Monday, and the home-turned-museum was closed, but a well-dressed man walked up and persuaded Kenny Wendland, then a tour guide, to take him through it.
The man fired question after question at Wendland. “What’s Ronald Reagan’s brother’s name?”