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Harry S. Truman Papers Staff Member and Office Files: Ken Hechler Files

Dates: 1945-1952

Special Assistant in the White House Office, 1950-1953

The Ken Hechler Files primarily document his service as Special Assistant to President Truman from 1950 to 1953, and include material primarily relating to the 1950 and 1952 campaigns. The files consist of background information for President Truman’s speeches including correspondence, handwritten notes, meeting minutes, memoranda, press releases, reports, speeches and speech drafts, newspaper clippings, printed material, and telegrams.

See also Kenneth Hechler Papers finding aid.

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Size: 6.8 linear feet (approximately 13,600 pages).
Access: Open.
Copyright: Harry S. Truman donated his copyright interest in writings in these files to the United States government. Documents created by U.S. Government officials in the course of their official duties are likewise in the public domain. Copyright interest in any other writings in these files is assumed to remain with the authors of the documents, or their heirs.
Processed by: Philip D. Lagerquist (1956); Jeremy Spencer and David Clark (2004).

The creation of this online resource was made possible in part by funding from the William T. Kemper Foundation - Commerce Bank, Trustee.


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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

1914 (September 20)

 

Born, Roslyn, Long Island, New York

1935

 

A.B., Sawrthmore (Pa.) College

1936

 

A.M., Columbia University

1939-1940

 

Teacher, Barnard College

1939-1950

 

Research Assistant on President Roosevelt's Public Papers

1940

 

Ph.D., Columbia University

1940

 

Section Chief, Bureau of the Census

1941

 

Personnel Officer, Office for Emergency Management

1941-1942

 

Administrative Analyst, Bureau of the Budget

1942-1946

 

U.S. Army, discharge as Major

1946-1947

 

Administrative Analyst, Bureau of the Budget

1947-1949

 

Instructor, Princeton University

1949-1953

 

Special Assistant to the President

1953-1956

 

Associate Director, American Political Science Association, Washington, DC.

1956

 

Research Director, Adlai Stevenson's presidential campaign

1957

 

Professor, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia

1957

 

Administrative Aide to Senator John A. Carroll of Colorado

1957-1958

 

Television Commentator, Huntington, West Virginia

1959-1977

 

U.C. Congressman from West Virginia

1964, 1968, 1972, 1980, 1984

 

Delegate, Democratic National Convention

1982-1984

 

Professor, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia

1985-2001

 

Secretary of State, West Virginia

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COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The Ken Hechler Files mostly relate to his service as Special Assistant to the President from 1950 to 1953. The Hechler Files are a part of the Staff Member and Office Files of the Harry S. Truman Papers. This material was shipped to Kansas City as part of Mr. Truman's presidential papers. Truman subsequently donated his papers to the United States government. The collection is approximately 6.8 linear feet in volume and is comprised of four series.

The Subject File consists of correspondence, legislation, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, printed materials, reports and speeches primarily relating to the 1950 and 1952 elections. The documents pertain to agriculture, electrical power, school lunches, airports, campaign trips, flooding, foreign policy, housing, social security, education, health, veterans, natural resources, reorganization of the federal government, science, the Point Four Program, the United Nations, Korea, and the Soviet Union.

The Regional File consists of background materials for President Truman’s speeches given in the Missouri River Basin, New England, the Pacific Northwest, the South and the Southwest. The background materials consist of correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, printed materials, reports and speeches. The documents pertain to flood control, industry, textiles, the economy, unemployment, labor, utilities, agriculture, foreign policy, health, housing, land, water and mining.

The State File contains background information pertaining to major issues in the different states in addition to telegrams, correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, reports, and maps used in preparation of President Truman’s speeches. The documents include specific information about counties, cities, the economy, history, and key people. Other materials relate to power, water, flood control, industry, labor, agriculture, foreign policy, shipping, roads, hospitals, mining, the economy, defense, foreign trade, education, housing, civil rights, income, health, and education.

The Trip File consists of telegrams, correspondence, handwritten notes, itineraries, schedules, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, speeches and maps pertaining to speeches given by President Truman during five campaign trips in 1952. Much of the material in this series was sent to Ken Hechler by Steven Mitchell, the Democratic National Committee Chairman, and Charles Franklin, the Acting Director of the Research Division of the Democratic National Committee. The Trip File contains background information specific to the cities where the speeches were given including materials relating to the history of the cities, current economic conditions, federal projects, Congressional representatives, election statistics, rent control, principal local industries, housing, health, universities and public roads.

Additional information about Ken Hechler and his service in the Truman administration may be found at the Truman Library in an oral history interview with Hechler, the Ken Hechler Papers and the Truman Post-Presidential Papers.

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SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Container Nos.

 

Series

1-4

  SUBJECT FILE, 1945-1952.
Correspondence, legislation, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, printed materials, reports and speeches primarily relating to the 1950 and 1952 elections. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

5

  REGIONAL FILE, 1950-1952.
Telegrams, correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, reports, and maps used in preparation of President Truman’s speeches. Arranged alphabetically by state.

5-9

  STATE FILE, 1950-1952.
Telegrams, correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, reports, and maps used in preparation of President Truman’s speeches. Arranged alphabetically by state.

10-17

  TRIP FILE, 1948-1952.
Telegrams, correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, reports, and maps used in preparation of President Truman’s speeches. Arranged chronologically.
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FOLDER TITLE LIST

SUBJECT FILE, 1945-1952

Box 1

  • Agriculture
  • Air Force [empty]
  • Airports
  • Electric Power
  • Files Taken on the 1950 Northwest Campaign Trip [1 of 2]
  • Files Taken on the 1950 Northwest Campaign Trip [2 of 2]
  • Floods
  • Foreign Policy [1 of 2]
  • Foreign Policy [2 of 2]

Box 2

  • Foreign Policy on Italian Colonies
  • Housing
  • Human Resources
  • Natural Resources
  • Newspaper Clippings [1 of 6, Barkley]
  • Newspaper Clippings [2 of 6, Dewey]
  • Newspaper Clippings [3 of 6, Miscellaneous]
  • Newspaper Clippings [4 of 6, Truman]
  • Newspaper Clippings [5 of 6, Wallace]
  • Newspaper Clippings [6 of 6, Warren]

Box 3

  • 1950 Election Information
  • 1952 Campaign- General
  • Pamphlets
  • Point Four Program
  • Point Four Program (Newspaper Clippings)
  • Presidential Statements on the U.N. (June, 1950-June, 1952) [1 of 2]
  • Presidential Statements on the U.N. (June, 1950-June, 1952) [2 of 2]

Box 4

  • “Props” (For Use in Campaign Speeches)
  • Racial Groups
  • Reorganization [1 of 2]
  • Reorganization [2 of 2]
  • Roads
  • Science
  • Speech Drafts by Kenneth Hechler, 1950 Campaign
  • Speech Drafts by Kenneth Hechler, 1950-52, Miscellaneous
  • Textile Industry

REGIONAL FILE, 1950-1952.

Box 5

  • Missouri Basin
  • New England
  • Pacific Northwest
  • South
  • Southwest

STATE FILE, 1950-1952.

  • California [1 of 2]
  • California [2 of 2]
  • Colorado [1 of 2]

Box 6

  • Colorado [2 of 2]
  • Connecticut
  • Connecticut (Norwich)
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa

Box 7

  • Kansas
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts [1 of 2]
  • Massachusetts [2 of 2]
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri

Box 8

  • Montana [1 of 2]
  • Montana [2 of 2]
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio (Cincinnati)

Box 9

  • Ohio [1 of 2]
  • Ohio [2 of 2]
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • Utah
  • Washington
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

TRIP FILE, 1948-1952

Box 10

  • 1952 Campaign Trip 1
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [1 of 116, Parkersburg, WV]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [2 of 116, Clarksburg, WV]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [3 of 116, Grafton, WV]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [4 of 116, Keyser, WV]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [5 of 116, Breckinridge, MN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [6 of 116, Fargo, ND]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [7 of 116, Grand Forks, ND]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [8 of 116, Larimore, ND]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [9 of 116, Lakota, ND]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [10 of 116, Devil’s Lake, ND]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [11 of 116, Minot, ND]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [12 of 116, Berthold, ND]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [13 of 116, Stanley, ND]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [14 of 116, Tioga, ND]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [15 of 116, Williston, ND]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [16 of 116, Wolf Point, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [17 of 116, Glasgow, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [18 of 116, Malta, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [19 of 116, Chinook, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [20 of 116, Havre, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [21 of 116, Chester, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [22 of 116, Belton, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [23 of 116, Cut Bank, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [24 of 116, Shelby, MT]

Box 11

  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [25 of 116, Kalispell, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [26 of 116, Columbia Falls, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [27 of 116, Thompson Falls, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [28 of 116, Hungry Horse, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [29 of 116, White Fish, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [30 of 116, Rexford, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [31 of 116, Eureka, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [32 of 116, Libby, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [33 of 116, Troy, MT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [34 of 116, Bonner’s Fairy, ID]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [35 of 116, Sand Point, ID]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [36 of 116, Spokane, WA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [37 of 116, Ephrata, WA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [38 of 116, Wenatchee, WA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [39 of 116, Monroe, WA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [40 of 116, Skykomish, WA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [41 of 116, Tacoma, WA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [42 of 116, Wilson Creek, WA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [43 of 116, Everett, WA]

Box 12

  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [44 of 116, Snohomish, WA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [45 of 116, Seattle, WA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [46 of 116, Kent, WA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [47 of 116, Crescent Lake, OR]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [48 of 116, Eugene, OR]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [49 of 116, Portland, OR]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [50 of 116, Klamath Falls, OR]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [51 of 116, Dunsmuir, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [52 of 116, Central Valley, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [53 of 116, Red Bluff, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [54 of 116, Redding, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [55 of 116, Gerber, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [56 of 116, Davis, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [57 of 116, Oakland, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [58 of 116, Niles, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [59 of 116, Stockton, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [60 of 116, Sacramento, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [61 of 116, San Francisco, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [62 of 116, Marysville, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [63 of 116, Oroville, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [64 of 116, Keddie, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [65 of 116, Portola, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [66 of 116, Reno Junction, CA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [67 of 116, Winnemucca, NV]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [68 of 116, Elko, NV]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [69 of 116, Provo, UT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [70 of 116, Helper, UT]

Box 13

  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [71 of 116, Salt Lake City, UT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [72 of 116, Rifle, CO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [73 of 116, Denver, CO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [74 of 116, Grand Junction, CO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [75 of 116, Malta, CO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [76 of 116, Tennessee Pass, CO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [77 of 116, Glenwood Springs, CO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [78 of 116, Salida, CO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [79 of 116, Colorado Springs, CO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [80 of 116, Pueblo, CO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [81 of 116, Canon City, CO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [82 of 116, Limon, CO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [83 of 116, Akron, CO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [84 of 116, Phillipsburg, KS]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [85 of 116, Lincoln, NE]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [86 of 116, Omaha, NE]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [87 of 116, Hamburg, IA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [88 of 116, Payne, IA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [89 of 116, Pacific Junction, IA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [90 of 116, Shenandoah, IA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [91 of 116, St. Joseph, MO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [92 of 116, Kansas City, MO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [93 of 116, Jefferson City, MO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [94 of 116, Sedalia, MO]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [95 of 116, St. Louis, MO]

Box 14

  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [96 of 116, Indianapolis, IN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [97 of 116, Muncie, IN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [98 of 116, Anderson, IN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [99 of 116, Bellefontaine, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [100 of 116, Marion, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [101 of 116, Galion, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [102 of 116, Cleveland, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [103 of 116, Erie, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [104 of 116, Rochester, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [105 of 116, Buffalo, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [106 of 116, Batavia, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [107 of 116, Syracuse, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [108 of 116, Oneida, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [109 of 116, Rome, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [110 of 116, Utica, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [111 of 116, Fonda, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [112 of 116, Schenectady, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [113 of 116, Hudson, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [114 of 116, Albany, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [115 of 116, Yonkers, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 2: [116 of 116, New York City, NY]
  • 1952 Election Campaign Trip 3
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [1 of 31, Middletown, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [2 of 31, Hartford, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [3 of 31, Meriden, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [4 of 31, Wallingford, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [5 of 31, New Britain, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [6 of 31, Waterbury, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [7 of 31, Windsor Locks, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [8 of 31, Thompsonville, CT]

Box 15

  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [9 of 31, Springfield, MA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [10 of 31, Clinton, MA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [11 of 31, Lawrence, MA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [12 of 31, Lowell, MA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [13 of 31, Nashua, MA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [14 of 31, Manchester, NH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [15 of 31, Portsmouth, NH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [16 of 31, Somersworth, NH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [17 of 31, Dover, NH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [18 of 31, Exeter, NH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [19 of 31, Rockingham, NH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [20 of 31, Plaistow, NH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [21 of 31, Haverhill, MA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [22 of 31, West Medford, MA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [23 of 31, Malden, MA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [24 of 31, Taunton, MA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [25 of 31, Fall River, MA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [26 of 31, Westerly, RI]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [27 of 31, New London, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [28 of 31, Old Saybrook, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [29 of 31, New Haven, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [30 of 31, New Rochelle, NY]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 3: [31 of 31, Brooklyn, NY]
  • 1952 Election Campaign Trip 4 (Miscellaneous)
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [1 of 20, Philadelphia, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [2 of 20, Bridgeport, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [3 of 20, Norwalk, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [4 of 20, Stamford, CT]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [5 of 20, Kingston, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [6 of 20, North Umberland, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [7 of 20, Bloomsburg, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [8 of 20, Williamsport, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [9 of 20, Johnstown, PA]

Box 16

  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [10 of 20, Pittsburgh, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [11 of 20, Lock Haven, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [12 of 20, Altoona, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [13 of 20, McKeesport, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [14 of 20, Braddock, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [15 of 20, Connellsville, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [16 of 20, Rockwood, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [17 of 20, Meyersdale, PA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [18 of 20, Cumberland, MD]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [19 of 20, Wheeling, WV]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 4: [20 of 20, Harpers Ferry, WV]
  • 1952 Election Campaign Trip 5
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [1 of 48, Willard, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [2 of 48, Deshler, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [3 of 48, Garrett, IN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [4 of 48, Gary, IN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [5 of 48, Winona, MN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [6 of 48, Red Wing, MN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [7 of 48, Hastings, MN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [8 of 48, Minneapolis, MN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [9 of 48, Davenport, IA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [10 of 48, West Liberty, IA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [11 of 48, Cedar Rapids, IA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [12 of 48, Waterloo, IA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [13 of 48, Manly, IA]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [14 of 48, Superior, WI]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [15 of 48, Hibbing, MN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [16 of 48, Duluth, MN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [17 of 48, St. Paul, MN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [18 of 48, Rock Island, IL]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [19 of 48, Moline, IL]

Box 17

  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [20 of 48, Chicago, IL]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [21 of 48, Muskegon, MI]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [22 of 48, Grand Rapids, MI]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [23 of 48, Lansing, MI]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [24 of 48, Trowbridge, MI]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [25 of 48, Flint, MI]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [26 of 48, Pontiac, MI]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [27 of 48, Highland Park, MI]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [28 of 48, Hamtramck, MI]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [29 of 48, Detroit, MI area]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [30 of 48, Toledo, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [31 of 48, Ottawa, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [32 of 48, Sidney, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [33 of 48, Troy, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [34 of 48, Dayton, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [35 of 48, Cincinnati, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [36 of 48, Hamilton, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [37 of 48, Defiance, OH]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [38 of 48, Vincennes, IN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [39 of 48, Terre Haute, IN]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [40 of 48, Sidney, IL]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [41 of 48, Danville, IL]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [42 of 48, Decatur, IL]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [43 of 48, Edwardsville, IL]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [44 of 48, Litchfield, IL]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [45 of 48, Taylorville, IL]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [46 of 48, Granite City, IL]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [47 of 48, East St. Louis, IL]
  • 1952 Campaign Trip 5: [48 of 48, St. Louis, MO]
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