Harry Truman Presenting Plans for a Library

(Original Caption) Former president Harry S. Truman thursday inspected the plans and white of his new library. Truman is shown pointing out a feature on the incomplete plans to one of the architects, Alonzo gentry (at right). At left in photo are Hanry Williams, Chief of police of independence, and David Lloyd, Executive director of the library which will house Truman's presidential papers.
(Original Caption) Former president Harry S. Truman thursday inspected the plans and white of his new library. Truman is shown pointing out a feature on the incomplete plans to one of the architects, Alonzo gentry (at right). At left in photo are Hanry Williams, Chief of police of independence, and David Lloyd, Executive director of the library which will house Truman's presidential papers.
Harry Truman Presenting Plans for a Library
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13 August, 1954
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