Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum Honors Ford's 100th Birthday
Gerald R. Ford would have turned 100 years old on July 14, 2013.
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids on July 14, 2013.
Local Boy Scouts stand at attention ahead of the wreath-laying at President Ford's tomb.
Members of the Ford family, their friends, and those who want to pay their respects to Gerald R. Ford gathered by his and Mrs. Ford's graves.
The heat didn't keep a crowd from gathering for the centennial wreath-laying at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.
Susan Ford Bales opened the wreath-laying ceremony.
A wreath from President Obama is placed at the grave.
Members of the Ford family place their wreath at President Ford's tomb.
The captain and crew members from the USS Gerald R. Ford place their wreath at the grave.
Some of the shipbuilders constructing the USS Gerald R. Ford place a wreath at the grave.
Friends and family place flowers at Mrs. Ford's grave.
The wreaths and flowers have all been placed at the Fords' graves.
Navy officers, museum and foundation staff members, and Susan Ford Bales unveil a model of the USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier. The aircraft carrier is under construction, and will be the first of the Ford Class.