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    Political: Harry S Truman (83 items)

    We last updated our site on 17-Sep-2017. The next update is scheduled for 14-Oct-2017.

    This listing contains political items relating to the presidency and campaigns of Harry Truman. For campaign buttons go to the catalog: Political-Buttons Pre-1950. Additional political items may be found on other lists at this site including newspaper headlines, presidential books, paper & 3-D, political china & glassware, matchbook covers, bumper stickers, and First Ladies. Special Notice - If you specialize in Harry S Truman as a major part of your political collection, let us help you expand and strengthen your specialty. Consider buying out our entire Harry S Truman catalog, including duplicates for trading stock. We are ready to deal and we think you will be surprised at the offer we can negotiate. Contact us at: info@amres.com

     

    Item KR020HItem KR020H
    Harry Truman: TIME magazine. Nov 6, 1944. "Candidate Truman" on cover. Full color pic in front of FDR-Truman banner. Emphasizes that "the people are also voting for a Vice President." Although the campaign was FDR against Dewey, the cover of TIME for election week featured Truman! $12.50


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    Harry Truman: TIME magazine. Apr 23, 1951. Great full color pic of Truman on cover. Coverage of MacArthur vs. Truman conflict. $12.50


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    Harry Truman: "Captain Harry." A great photo book, selection of historical photographs & documents including handwritten manuscripts by Mr. Truman reproduced in its entirety on single sheets and in the actual size of the original, "The Military Career of a Missourian." Published by Harry S Truman Good Neighbor Award Foundation. 1982. $12.50


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    Harry Truman: Harry S Truman scrapbook, Compiled in 3-ring binder. Clippings, all basically from the years post-presidency and coverage of his death. Over 100 pages. Most clippings dated. a good, general compilation relating to Truman's life in his retirement years. $7.00


    Item A6548Item A6548
    Harry Truman: Truman. Ceramic salt and pepper shakers. Colored photos of Truman on each with "Harry S. Truman, 1894-1972" below. $6.00


    Item K8731Item K8731
    Harry Truman: Truman plate. Colored pic of Truman in center. "Harry S. Truman" below pic in black. Wide 1-1/2" green border around pic w/gold bands both inside and outside the green border. 10-1/2" A very nice plate! $8.00


    Item K7658AItem K7658A
    Harry Truman: Truman plate. Sepiatone pic of Truman w/fac. sig. below. Wide green border w/gold rim and gold scroll work on border. 10-5/8" Beautiful limited edition plate by Pickard China. $10.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman key chain. 2-1/2" x 1-1/8" currency miniature plastic replica for $1 million and center photo of President Truman. Metal ring attached. Do not know the meaning of this item, but interesting collectible for either a Truman or a key chain collector. $2.00


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    Harry Truman: Fancy Jackson Day Dinner program "saluting our Southern California Legislators." 1950. Fancy R/W/B with gold cord tassel binding. Full 2-page spread on President Truman with one page being his picture and the other a printed letter from him. Well done. Gives complete guest list covering four pages in small type. Nice. $6.00


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    Harry Truman: (Book) "The Free World and Free Trade" by Harry S. Truman. Jno. E. Owens Memorial Lecture 1957. Southern Methodist University Press. 1963. 28p. Hard bound special boxed. Limited to 1,000 copies. Very good. $30.00


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    Harry Truman: (Book) "Truman and the Pendergasts" by Frank Mason. 1963. 157p. PB $2.00


    T058
    Harry Truman: (Book) "Harry S. Truman, Late a President of the United States, Memorial Tributes Delivered in Congress," 1973. 196p. Gold lettering on mourning black cover. $5.00


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    Harry Truman: Harry Truman 1949 inaugural parade photo. 8" x 10" showing Truman and Barkley in lead car. $20.00


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    Harry Truman: The Royal Arch Mason magazine. Shows Harry Truman on cover. Truman was Grand Master of the Masons for Missouri from 1940-41. Feature inside. $6.50


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    Harry Truman: The Freemason magazine. Shows Harry Truman on cover. Truman was Grand Master of the Masons for Missouri from 1940-41. Feature inside. $6.50


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    Harry Truman: Knight Templar magazine. Shows Harry Truman on cover. Inside feature on Harry Truman, the Mason. $6.50


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    Harry Truman: Mourning card postmarked Independence, Missouri Dec 26, 1972, the day Truman died. Shows Truman's picture and fac. sig. Has black mourning band around border. 5-3/4" x 8-7/8" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: Invitation from Independence Young Matrons to attend a Champagne Reception in celebration of the 65th wedding anniversary of Bess Wallace and Harry Truman on June 28, 1984 with proceeds going to the Bess Wallace Truman Memorial. $4.00


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    Harry Truman: PATHFINDER news magazine. Oct 20, 1948. Full color pic of Truman at his desk in Oval Office, "Candidate Truman. The Campaign: Last Lap." Full coverage inside. $15.00


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    Harry Truman: Jefferson Jackson Dinner 1952 Program. Full page pics of President Truman, Vice President Barkley & Sam Rayburn. All 3 men addressed the event. White portion of cover has some discolor. $10.00


    Item W5420Item W5420
    Harry Truman: 1949 Inaugural badge. Gold pinback badge w/"Inaugural Committee" in window. Purple ribbon drops from badge w?"Vice Chairman" in gold lettering and a metal fob hanger 1-5/8" w/capitol dome and "Truman Barkley" on ribbon below Capitol dome, "Inauguration of President and Vice President" around rim; Back ribbon of R/W/B and "1789-1949 41st Inaugural Harry S. Truman Alben W. Barkley Jan. 20th 1949" in gold lettering. 6" $150.00


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    Harry Truman: 1948 Democratic cigarette case. Great display item! Metal, hinged case opens to hold cigarettes (short, unfiltered) on both sides. 3-1/2" x 3" case is slightly curved to fit into pocket. Top of dark red case is stenciled white showing a silhouette of a donkey, "DEMS" above sketch and "1948" below. Excellent shape. $75.00


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    Harry Truman: 100th birthday commemorative card for Harry Truman.-1884-1984 with an attached gold piece specially struck, double-dated 1884-1984. It has been struck on a planchet of solid 14-karat gold measuring 9mm in diameter, weighing 3.360 grains. Truman biography on reverse side of card. A rather unusual Truman collectible. $18.00


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    Harry Truman: Group of several items from the 1960s relating to the Harry S Truman Library, Truman home, etc. in Independence. $5.00


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    Harry Truman: President Harry Truman at desk. Original press photo w/caption. April 1947. President Truman ends second year in White House. President Truman is shown at work in the Executive Office of the White House as he rounded out his second year as Chief Executive. Mr. Truman ends his second White House year on a new high note of national popularity with 60% of the voters, according to one nationwide poll recently, approving the way he is "handling his job as president." 8-1/2" x 6-1/2" $25.00


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    Harry Truman: President Harry Truman at desk. Original press photo w/caption. April 1947. President Truman ends second year in White House. President Truman is shown at work in the Executive Office of the White House as he rounded out his second year as Chief Executive. Mr. Truman ends his second White House year on a new high note of national popularity with 60% of the voters, according to one nationwide poll recently, approving the way he is "handling his job as president." 8-1/2" x 6-1/2" $25.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman gives State of the Union Speech. Original press photo w/caption. Jan 1950. President Truman acknowledges a standing ovation by members of the House and Senate with a broad grin after delivering his annual State of the Union message before a joint session today. Mr. Truman told Congress that in the next half century America will lead the world to permanent peace. 7" x 9" $35.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman gives State of the Union Speech. Original press photo w/caption. Jan 1950. President Truman acknowledges a standing ovation by members of the House and Senate with a broad grin after delivering his annual State of the Union message before a joint session today. Mr. Truman told Congress that in the next half century America will lead the world to permanent peace. 7" x 9" $35.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman addresses opening session of Japanese Peace Treaty Conference. Sept 4, 1951. Original press photo w/caption. President Harry Truman is shown as he spoke to the opening session of the Japanese Peace Treaty Conference in San Francisco at the War Memorial Opera House, birthplace of the United Nations charter. Seated at right is Secretary of State Dean Acheson. 7" x 9" $35.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman addresses opening session of Japanese Peace Treaty Conference. Sept 4, 1951. Original press photo w/caption. President Harry Truman is shown as he spoke to the opening session of the Japanese Peace Treaty Conference in San Francisco at the War Memorial Opera House, birthplace of the United Nations charter. Seated at right is Secretary of State Dean Acheson. 7" x 9" $35.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman's limo. Original October 1950 press photo w/caption. President Harry S. Truman is shown leaving U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie's home in Forest Hills, New York, enroute to train that will take him back to Washington. Following his address to the U.N. General Asseumbly, the Chief Executive lunched at Mr. Lie's home. Mr. Lie is shown directly over windshield of car, while Russia's Andrei Vishinsky, stands on the doorstep of the house. 7" x 9" $10.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman in Oct 24, 1950 original press photo w/caption. It was a big day for 8-year-old John McDermott when President Truman left his special car at Elmont, NY for an early morning walk. The Chief Executive stopped to shake hands with the youngster who strolled along beside the president on part of his stroll. John's father, John McDermott, Sr. is shown (without hat) beside his son. The elder McDermott said the President told the boy, who had been waiting since 5am that he wished he were eight again. The President was scheduled to arrive at the Flushing Meadow Assembly Hall at about 10:30 to speak at the United Nations on this it's 5th birthday. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: President Harry Truman waves as he prepares to board plane in this original press photo. No caption nor date. 7" x 9" $10.00


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    Harry Truman: Dignitaries at Shriners Dinner. July 1949 original press photo w/caption. Among the thousands of Nobles attending the Diamond Jubilee of the Shriners in Chicago were such persons as: (L. to R.) E. S. Bettelhein, of Washington; Gen. Mark Clark; Gen. James Doolittle; President Harry Truman; Imperial Potentate Galloway Calhoun; and General Jonathan Wainwright. They are shown together just before attending the dinner for the President. 7" x 9" Upper corner of photo is missing, not affecting the image. $15.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman at Shriners Diamond Jubilee. July 1949 original press photo w/caption. The Diamond Jubilee Convention of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Mystic Shrine got under way in Chicago with a six hour parade and a speech by President Truman. Early evening festivities included a dinner for the President where he made an "off the cuff" speech. He is shown with Harold Lloyd, left, and Galloway Calhoun (Imperial Potentate), right, just before they entered the ballroom at the Stevens Hotel (later Conrad Hilton Hotel & now Chicago Hilton Hotel). 7" x 9" Left bottom corner of photo is missing. $15.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman joins Cartoonists Society. Original press photo w/caption. President Truman holds a drawing of himself peeping from behind an artist's drawing board after he tried his hand today at being a cartoonist. The occasion was his election to Honorary Membership in the National Cartoonist Society. One of the initiation requirements was that he draw a cartoon. Looking on, l. to r. are: Russell Patterson, illustrator, of King Features Syndicate; Dow Walling, who draws "Skeets," of the New York Herald Tribune; Gregory D'Alessio, "These Women," of Publishers Syndicate, and Milton Caniff, President of the Society, creator of "Steve Canyon," of King Features Syndicate. 7" x 9" $30.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman on White House Lawn. 1947 original press photo w/caption. Presented with a still and a movie camera by members of the "One More Club" - White House Press Photographers' Association - President Truman made first use of his presents with the donors as his targets. He is shown (back to camera) drawing a bead on the club members on the White House lawn. The President is an honorary member of the club. 8" x 10" $17.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman at St. Alban's. Oct 24, 1950 original press photo w/caption. After lunching at the Forest Hills Home of U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie, President Harry S. Truman made an unscheduled surprise visit to St. Alban's Naval Hospital on Long Island, before proceeding to the train that took him back to Washington. In this exclusive photo, the Chief Executive is shown with Capt. William T. Brown, Commandant of the Hospital, before visiting the wards, where he conversed with the surprised patients, some of whom had been wounded in Korea. 7" x 9" $18.00


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    Harry Truman: Original press photo of the Official portrait of President Harry Truman by Greta Kempton. 8" x 10" $12.50


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    Harry Truman: October 1947 original press photo w/caption. Over 100 members of the White House News Photographers Association gathered on the South Lawn of the White House to pose with their Honorary President, Harry S. Truman. Photo shows Truman as he makes his first movies of members of his "One More Club" with movie camera presented to him by newsreel members. 8" x 10" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: June 1947 original press photo w/caption showing President Truman taking a walk in the White House Rose Garden with Theodore Roosevelt, 4th, Great-Grandson of President Theodore Roosevelt. 8" x 10" $25.00


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    Harry Truman: September 1947 original press photo w/caption shows former President Herbert Hoover with Harry Truman. Hoover was named chairman of a 12-man commission to study plans for re-organizing the Federal Government. Hoover was designated chairman by acclamation in the commission meeting at the White House attended by President Truman after his special news conference on the European Relief Crisis. 8" x 10" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: Original press photo w/caption, October 1947. Carole French, 3, of Nashville, Tennessee, daughter of an AAF Lieutenant who lost his life in combat over Brussels, Belgium, called at the White House today and presented Mr. Truman with the first Purple Heart Viola of a campaign to raise funds for disabled veterans. Similar to the Buddy Poppy, the Purple Heart Viola is made by disabled veterans and proceeds from their sale go to local veterans hospitals. 6-1/2" x 8-1/2" $15.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman in San Francisco warns about fighting in Korea. Sept 3, 1951 original press phot w/caption. Speaking from San Francisco, where he will open the Japanese Peace Treaty Conference tomorrow night, President Harry S. Truman tonight addressed the nation by radio, warning the country to be ready for the resumption of heavy fighting in Korea "at any time" and appealing to the U.S. to "build our defenses-and build them fast." The President spoke to the nation from his hotel to open the new defense savings bond campaign. 7" x 9" $25.00


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    Harry Truman: Former War Secretary Honored by Truman. October 1947 original press photo w/caption. Col. Louis Johnson, left, former Secretary of War, and Ex-Commander of the American Legion, today, October 1, received the Medal of Merit at a ceremony held in the Rose Garden of the White House. President Truman, right, makes the presentation as Oscar Chapman, center, Undersecretary of the Interior, looks on. 7" x 9" $17.00


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    Harry Truman: Ovation for Truman at U.N. Original press photo w/caption. October 1950. World diplomats and guests gathered in the Great Hall of the United Nations Assembly rise and applaud as President Truman gets to the dais to begin his address. Behind the President on the dais are Trygve Lie, Secretary General; Nasarollah Entezam, Iranian President of the General Assembly and Alexander Cordier, Assistant Secretary-General. On the left of the platform are (l. to r.) P. C. Spender of Australia; Dr. Tingfu Tsiang of China and M. Jean Chauvel of France. On the right (l. to r.) Andrei Vishinsky; Hon. Kenneth Younger of the United Kingdom; Secretary of State Dean Acheson and Dr. Cesar Gonzalis, of Venezuela. 7" x 9" $25.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman delivering annual State of the Union message. Original press photo w/caption. Jan 6, 1947. President Harry Truman, delivers his annual State of the Union message to joint session of the G.O.P. controlled Congress. Senate President Pro Tempore Arthur H. Vandenberg, Rep., of Michigan, and Speaker of the House Joseph W. Martin Jr., Rep., of Massachusetts are shown in the background. 8" x 10" $30.00


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    Harry Truman: Three picture combo shows President Truman as he addressed a Joint Session of Congress to deliver his Annual State of the Union message. Jan 6, 1947. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $10.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman meets with House & Senate leaders. Original press photo w/caption. Jan 16, 1947. President Truman met with the new leaders of the Republican-controlled Congress for the first time today and held a broad, general discussion of issues before the legislators. Photo shows the Chief Executive in a harmony-handshake with the leaders of the opposition party. Left to Right: Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg (R), of Michigan, President Pro Tempore of the Senate; President Truman; Representative Jos. W. Martin, Jr. (R), of Massachusetts, Speaker of the House. 6-1/2" x 8-1/2" $17.00


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    Harry Truman: Colorful Honor Guard for President Truman. Original press photo w/caption. Gaily clothed Shriners form a Guard of Honor for President Harry S. Truman, himself a Shriner from the Ararat Temple at Kansas City, as he enters Soldier's Field where he spoke to the assembled Shriners attending the Diamond Jubilee convention. Flanking the President are Galloway Calhoun, Imperial Potentate (left) and Frank S. Land, Imperial Consulate. 7" x 9" $10.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman is shown holding a receipt for twenty-six million dollars after a White House ceremony at which the Home Owners' Loan Corporation made its first repayment to the U.S. Treasury on the $200 million advanced by the government in 1933 as capital stock. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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    Harry Truman: East and West in accord at UN Reception. Original press photo w/caption. An atmosphere of cordial good will and fellowship prevailed at the United Nations today on its 5th birthday and on the occasion of a visit to that body of President Harry S. Truman. The Chief Executive is shown greeting Andrei Vishinsky, the U.S.S.R. Soviet delegate in the delegates' lounge where a reception was held. The chief delegates of each of the United Nations member nations attended the reception. When the Russian delegate was asked for a comment on President Truman's speech he replied "the comment will come from the press, perhaps,however, my best comment should be my speech of yesterday." Vishinsky referred to the statement in which he charged Truman had adopted the old Hitler slogan of "guns instead of butter". $25.00


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    Harry Truman: Three picture combo shows President Truman as he addressed a Joint Session of Congress to deliver his Annual State of the Union message. Jan 6, 1947. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $10.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman arrives for Shriner Convention. July 1949. Original press photo w/caption. Ararat Shriner, President Harry S. Truman, is welcomed to Chicago by Mayor Martin Kennelly (left), and Galloway Calhoun, Imperial Potentate, where he will attend the Diamond Jubilee convention. L. to R., Mayor Kennelly; Paul H. Douglas (U.S. Senator from Illinois(; Calhoun; President Truman and Adlai Stevenson, Governor of Illinois (extreme right). 8" x 10" $15.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman dispatching message to Russian people (and a challenge to lift the iron curtain). Original press photo w/caption. July 6, 1951. President Truman is shown as he dispatched a letter to the Soviet government today to accompany a resolution recently adopted by Congress expressing the friendship of the U.S. toward the Russian people. The text of the letter was withheld pending its delivery via diplomatic channels. The resolution, sponsored by Sen. McMahon (D) Conn., and Rep. Ribicoff (D) Conn., was passed by Congress as a challenge to Soviet rulers to lift the iron curtain and let the Russians know that the Americans wish to be their friends. L. to R.: Secretary of State Dean Acheson; Rep. Abraham A. Ribicoff (D) Conn.; President Truman, and Senator Brien McMahon, (D) Conn. 7" x 9" $25.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman at Princeton for Honorary Degree. June 17, 1947. Original press photo w/caption. President Truman (left) waves on his way to Nassau Hall with ex-President Herbert Hoover (center) and the Governor-General of Canada, Field Marshal Viscount alexander of Tunis (right) today when he received an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws at Princeton's Bicentennial ceremonies. In background (right) is President Harold Dodds of the University. In an address, the President of the U.S. declared that universal training is a "military necessity" for the United States to help weaker nations to resist "the encroachments of totalitarian pressures." 8" x 10" $15.00


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    Harry Truman: Presidential handshake. Oct 24, 1950. Original press photo w/caption showing President Truman set to board his train for a return trip to Washington, shaking hands with Assistant Chief Inspector Frank Kristensky, as Chief Inspector August Flath looks on. 9" x 7" $10.00


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    Harry Truman: President on way to address United Nations. Oct 24, 1950. Original press photo w/caption. On the way to Flushing Meadows to address the General Assembly of the United Nations on the Fifth anniversary of the birth of that organization, President Truman is shown (left) waving his hat to admirers as he left Elmont, New York where he arrived early this morning. With the President are Nasrollah Entezam, of Iran, President of the General Assembly (center), and Trygve Lie, Secretary General of the United Nations. In his speech to the assembly the President called upon all nations, including Russia, to give real meaning to the old promise that "swords shall be beaten into ploughshares," and that the nations shall not learn war any more. 9" x 7" $25.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman presented the Medal for Merit to Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson in a surprise ceremony today at the White House. The Medal was awarded the Chief Justice for his services as Director of Economic Stabilization and War Mobilization during World War II. Photo shows Chief Justice Vinson, Mrs. Vinson, and President Truman. Oct 3, 1947. Original press photo w/caption. 8-1/2" x 6-1/2" $15.00


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    Harry Truman: President Harry Truman with Harold Lloyd at Shriner's 75th anniversary function in Chicago's Stevens Hotel. July 19, 1949. Original press photo. 9" x 7" $10.00


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    Harry Truman: President Harry S. Truman appears to be enjoying his vacation at the presidential retreat in Key West, Florida. He is shown just returning from a fishing excursion, wearing a long-billed visor cap and usual flashy sport shirt. (He didn't get a fish.) March 23, 1950. Original press photo w/caption. 9" x 7" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman calls for concerted war on rackets. Original press photo w/caption. Feb 15, 1950. President Truman is shown as he addresses the Opening Session of the Attorney General's Conference on Law Enforcement problems at the U.S. Justice Department. The Chief Executive urged federal, state and municipal law-enforcement officials to unite in a cooperative drive against the rackets. 9" x 7" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman entertains visitor at Little White House in Key West. Fred M. Vinson, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court and a long-time friend of President Truman, is shown with the Chief Executive as they relaxed in a palm setting on the back lawn of the Little White House, where the President is vacationing at Key West. It was rumored some time ago that Chief Justice Vinson might leave the highest court to take the post of Secretary of State in the event of the resignation of Dean Acheson. This was denied by the White House. Original press photo w/caption. 9" x 7" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman entertains visitor at Little White House in Key West. Fred M. Vinson, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court and a long-time friend of President Truman, is shown with the Chief Executive as they relaxed in a palm setting on the back lawn of the Little White House, where the President is vacationing at Key West. It was rumored some time ago that Chief Justice Vinson might leave the highest court to take the post of Secretary of State in the event of the resignation of Dean Acheson. This was denied by the White House. Original press photo w/caption. 9" x 7" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman flies to Peace Treaty Parley. Original press photo w/caption. 1951. President Truman waves his fedora as he boards his plane "Independence" at Washington's National Airport to fly to San Francisco for the Japanese Peace Treaty Conference. Last night in a nationally broadcast speech the president said that the United States is ready at any time to reach an honorable settlement in Korea. The president will formally open the parley tonight. 9" x 7" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman on morning stroll in New York City. Original press photo w/caption. 9" x 7" $12.00


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    Harry Truman: Newsmen get Truman Views on Ike speech. Original press photo w/caption. Jan 8, 1954. Former President Harry S. Truman is shown as he talked with newsmen at LaGuardia Airport after his arrival in New York today for a Sunday television appearance and other talks. Mr. Truman was asked about President Eisenhower's suggestion that convicted conspirators against the government not be permitted to vote. He replied: "If anyone is convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary, they automatically lose their citizenship. The Communists I handled, I put in jail. That's how I took care of them," the former President made no criticism of President Eisenhower's State of the Union speech as a whole, saying it was "a good message insofar as it contained a great many New Deal recommendations." He declined to identify the specific sections he approved. 9" x 7" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: Harry Truman, Margaret Truman & Senator Herbert H. Lehman in New York for annual Roosevelt Day Dinner for Americans for Democratic Action at the Waldorf-Astoria. Original press photo w/caption. 9" x 7" $15.00


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    Harry Truman: Harry Truman addresses the Radio and Television Executives Society meeting in the Grand Ballroom of the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City. Daughter Margaret is also pictured. Original press photo w/caption. 9" x 7" $15.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman at microphone in White House. Original press photo w/caption. 1947. 8" x 10" $15.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman at Key West, Florida. Original press photo w/caption. President Truman gets a big thrill as he was presented with a silver cup for having made the best catch and for good sportsmanship during his fishing cruise off Key West. The president's prize-winning catch was a five-pound mackerel. Mar 20, 1947. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: A general view of the Great Hall at Flushing Meadow as President Truman addresses the United Nations General Assembly during his major foreign policy talk on the occasion of the UN's fifth anniversary. Truman called upon Soviet Russia and the entire world to unite in a "fool-proof" disarmament program embracing all weapons, and warned that the United States and the United Nations will use force when necessary and "act decisively to put down aggression." Oct 24, 1950. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $30.00


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    Harry Truman: Margaret Truman makes acting debut. Margaret Truman is shown on the balcony of the set "Autumn Crocus" at the Pocono Playhouse, where she made her acting debut tonight. Miss Truman played the role of a schoolteacher and her acting was much like her singing, pleasant and personable. George Voskovec was her leading man. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: Truman defends his administration. Former President Harry S. Truman is shown speaking at the sixth annual Roosevelt Day Dinner for Americans for Democratic Action at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Sitting at the right is his daughter Margaret. In his address the former chief executive defended the New Deal and the Fair Deal and declared it is now clear that the Eisenhower administration--after a year in office--"is not made up of miracle workers." Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman at the dedication of The Chapel of the Four Chaplains...standing in front of the mural which honors the memory of four heroic chaplains, a Catholic, two Protestants and a Jew, who perished in the sinking of the transport Dorchester in the North Atlantic during World War II. Shown with President Truman are Maj. Gen. William J. Donovan, Vice Chairman, Chapel of 4 Chaplains, and Rev. Daniel A. Poling, father of one of the Chaplains. Original press photo w/caption. Feb 3, 1951 7" x 9". $20.00


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    Harry Truman: 1947 photo of President Truman during radio address. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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    Harry Truman: President Harry Truman and his cabinet pose for photo on Oct 3, 1947 after hearing Edwin G. Nourse, head of the president's special Economic Advisory Council talk about rationing and price controls being essential to success of the Food Conservation Program through which the U.S. is called upon to aid a starving Europe. Shown, L. to R. seated: Robert A Lovett, Acting Secretary of State; Defense Secretary James Forrestal; President Truman; Treasury Secretary John Snyder; Attorney General Tom C. Clark. L. to R. standing: Leon Keyserling, Vice Chairman, Economic Council; Postmaster General Robert Hannegan; John R. Stellman, Truman's Asssistant; Commerce Secretary W. Averill Harriman; Agriculture Secretary Clinton Anderson; Dr. Edwin G. Nourse, Chairman, Economic Advisory Council; Interior Secretary Julius A. Krug; Labor Secretary Lewis Schwellenbach; and General Philip Fleming, Federal Works Administrator. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $40.00


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    Harry Truman: President Harry Truman at podium making his first annual State of the Union message before a joint session of Congress. The Chief Executive said that in the next half century America will lead the world to permanent peace and achieve production totaling a trillion dollars a year. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman does his bit for the Red Cross. General George C. Marshall, President of the American Red Cross and former U.S. Secretary of State, is pinning a Red Cross button in President Truman's coat lapel. The president reciprocated by urging the nation, over a countrywide radio hookup, to contribute "in these fateful days" to the 67 million dollar Red Cross drive for 1950. Mar 1, 1950. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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    Harry Truman: East and West in accord at UN Reception as Truman greets Vishinsky. An atmosphere of cordial good will and fellowship prevailed at the United Nations today on its 5th birthday and on the occasion of a visit to that body by President Harry S. Truman. The chief executive is shown greeting Andrei Vishinsky, the U.S.S.R. Soviet delegate in the delegate's lounge where a reception was held. The chief delegates of each of the United Nations' 60 member nations attended the reception. When the Russian delegate was asked for a comment on President Truman's speech he replied "the comment will come from the press. Perhaps, however, my best comment should be my speech of yesterday." Vishinsky referred to the statement in which he charged Truman had adopted the old Hitler slogan of "guns instead of butter." Oct. 24, 1950. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $30.00


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    Harry Truman: "Disappointment" isn't showing. President Harry Truman wears his usual grin as he leaves the Yacht Williamsburg after a week's cruise on the Potomac. Reported "Disappointed at the results of the elections last week, the chief executive gave no outward manifestation of that as he came back to work. He told newsmen that no definite decision has been reached on the recalling of the 81st Congress ahead of schedule. Nov 13, 1950. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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    Harry Truman: President Harry Truman is shown as he addressed the 59-nation General Assembly of the United Nations at Flushing Meadows today as part of the celebration of that organization's fifth anniversary. The chief executive appealed for a world program of disarmament as a step toward world peace and warned that the United States and the United Nations will use force if necessary and "act decisively to put down aggression." Among those who applauded the president was Soviet Russia's Andrei Vishinsky who issued a bitter blast at Mr. Truman in the U.N. recently. Oct 24, 1950. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $30.00


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    Harry Truman: President Truman studies his message to the United Nations-Flushing Meadows, Long Island, on the speakers platform in the UN Assembly Hall. Addressing the United Nations on the organization's fifth anniversary, Truman spoke against the sombre background of the Korean War, warning that the United States and the United Nations will use force when necessary and "act decisively to put down aggression." At the same time he called upon Soviet Russia and the entire world to unite in a "fool-proof" disarmament program embracing all weapons and fulfill the old promise that "swords shall be beaten into plowshares." Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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