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Except in formal signature, he signs his name Jerry Ford.
Gerald Ford had two attempts on his life in California during the month of September, 1975. Both attempts were by women.
Ford was once a male model.
He became Vice President and President without being elected to either office.
Ford had another swimming pool dug after he became president because Richard Nixon had had it filled in.
Ford was on the University of Michigan football team from 1931 to 1934. He was offered tryouts by both the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears.
In 1977 he had a hole-in-one at the Memphis Classic.
He is right-handed, but he writes with his left hand.
When Ford proposed to to his wife, he was wearing one brown & one black shoe
Ford was the first President to have been an Eagle Scout.
Ford was the head boxing coach and assistant football coach at Yale University.
Ford was one of the members of the Warren Commission appointed to study the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
He was born Leslie Lynch King, Jr. after his biological father. He was renamed after his adoptive father, Gerald Rudolph Ford, Sr.
In Ford's case, someday (maybe after I read a book about each president), I will go back and read a more full-scale biography.
Yes it is short, 160 pages. I found it informative and an easy read. I would like to read Ford's autobiography, "A Time to Heal: The Autobiography of Gerald R. Ford". I will have to keep my eyes peeled for that one.