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Portrait of Frederick S. Gates

Photograph of the Wallace Home in Independence, Missouri

Childhood Portrait of Bess Truman at About Age 4 1/2

Photograph of John Anderson Truman Family Home, Independence, Missouri

Photograph of Harry S. Truman with Glasses at Age 13

Portrait of a Young Bess Wallace

Portrait of Bess Wallace

Early Portrait of Harry S. Truman

Photograph of Bess Wallace and Mary Paxton

Photograph of Independence High School

Photograph of Wallace Family Home

Harry S. Truman with his Noland Cousins

Portrait of Maud Louise Gates Drake

Photograph of Bess Wallace with Other Ladies

Photograph of Gates-Wallace Home

Photograph of Ott School

Photograph of Bess Wallace

Harry S. Truman and his Mother and Grandmother on the Grandview Farm

Photograph of Young Bess Wallace by Rosebush

Photograph of Bess Wallace with Two Unidentified Ladies

Portrait of Harry S. Truman

Portrait of Helen Wallace

Portrait of Elizabeth Emery Gates and an Unidentified Woman

Portrait of Bess Wallace in a Flamboyant Hat

Photograph of Bess Wallace and Others Sitting on a Farm Fence

Photograph of Bess Wallace and Harry S. Truman on a Fishing Trip

Harry S. Truman in World War I Uniform

Eddie Jacobson and Harry S. Truman in Haberdashery

Harry and Bess Truman Wedding Party

Harry and Bess Truman Wedding Photograph

Harry S. Truman Holding Baby Margaret Truman

Photograph Studio Portrait of Helen Wallace

Photograph of Harry S. Truman at Fort Riley

Roma Spencer and Frances Hill

Harry S. Truman and Other Fellow Army Reservists

Photograph of 1940 Truman Senate Campaign Rally

Robert E. Hannegan

Photograph of Bess and Margaret Truman at the Democratic Convention

Senator Harry S. Truman and Others Eating Chinese Food

Robert Hannegan with Gavel

Senator Harry S. Truman at Lunch with President Franklin Roosevelt

Portrait of President Harry S. Truman at Desk, Grinning

Photograph of Douglas MacArthur

Charles Ross, Samuel I. Rosenman and Matt Connelly

Vice-President Harry S. Truman with Gordon Young and Harry Vaughan

Head and Shoulders Portrait of Harry S. Truman

Head and Shoulders Serious View of President Harry S. Truman at His Desk

President Harry S. Truman and Captain James Vardaman in Car

President Harry S. Truman and Margaret Truman

President Harry S. Truman and Joseph Stalin at Potsdam

Portrait of President Harry S. Truman

Photograph of Bess Truman Writing in a Book

John R. Steelman Smiles for a Photograph

Photograph of Poppy Presentation to President Harry S. Truman

President Harry S. Truman Walking near the White House

President Harry S. Truman Walking near the White House

Attorney General Tom C. Clark Seated, Smoking Cigar

President Harry S. Truman Speaking with a Group

White House Blue Room

Portrait of President Harry S. Truman

Photograph of President Harry S. Truman with Cabinet and Family Leaving the Capitol

President Harry S. Truman Meets with Dean Acheson and Warren Austin

President Harry S. Truman Presents Award to Alexander De Seversky

Photograph of President Harry S. Truman as He Inspects the Personnel of the USS Missouri

President Harry S. Truman Presents a Trophy

Photograph of Archibald Roosevelt, President Harry S. Truman and Bess Wallace Truman Before the Straus Memorial

Entrance Hall of the White House

White House East Room, Portraits of George and Martha Washington

White House Blue Room

President Harry S. Truman with a Submarine Tie Clasp

President Harry S. Truman at Everglades National Park Dedication

The Puppy Feller

Truman and Wallace Families at the White House for Christmas Dinner

President Harry S. Truman in his Office

President Harry S. Truman with a Group of Men

The State Dining Room in the White House

Photograph of India Edwards with the First Lady and First Daughter

Kitchen Area of the White House

White House Exterior, North Portico

Photograph of President Harry S. Truman at Opening Baseball Game

President Harry S. Truman Speaking at Memorial Day Services

President Harry S. Truman's Study

Green Room of the White House

President Harry S. Truman Poses With Completed Cartoon Portraits

President Harry S. Truman with a Girl Scout in Yonkers, New York

Truman Family in Key West, Florida

The Red Room in the White House

Broken Beam under Margaret Truman's Sitting Room

Photograph of the Trumans and Barkleys at an Inaugural Reception

Photograph of the Trumans and Barkleys at an Inaugural Luncheon

President Harry S. Truman at Blair House

President Harry S. Truman and the Committee for the Renovation of the White House

The National Electrical Contractors Barbecue

Photograph of President Harry S. and Mrs. Bess W. Truman Fishing

White House Lobby During the Renovation

President Harry S. Truman's Oval Office

Photograph of Ladies Spanish Class

Presidential Airplane, the Independence

Photograph of Mrs. Bess W. Truman with Democratic Women

Renovation Work on the White House

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