"Dutch" Reagan's elementary class. He is in the second row, far left, with his hand on his chin.
By now, Dutch had come to grips with his extreme near-sightedness which limited everything that he did. In order to compensate, Dutch began to sit near the front of class, utilize his memory, which became near photographic, and to listen intently to what was said.
Photo credit: Dixon Evening Telegraph
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