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Harry S. Truman with his Noland Cousins

Harry S. Truman with his Noland Cousins

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Caption: Photo postcard of Harry S. Truman with his two Noland cousins. From left to right: Fielding Houchens, Nellie Noland, Harry S. Truman, and Mary Ethel Noland. On the right, Truman has written "This is us H.S.T." Underneath the picture, he has written the first initial of everyone, and written "me" beneath his picture.
Photographs Relating to the Administration, Family, and Personal Life of Harry S. Truman





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