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The President and Staff Taking a Break at Fort Jefferson

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4x5 inches (10x13 cm)
Black & White
HST Keywords
Florida - Fort Jefferson; Truman - Trips - Key West - 1951

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The President and his staff take a break during their tour of Fort Jefferson, in the Dry Tortugas, near Key West, Florida. From left to right are: (Far left)President Harry S. Truman, Harry Vaughn, Admiral William D. Leahy, William Hassett, and Press Secretary Joseph Short. Standing in front of Mr. Short is an unidentified military personnel. From: Naval Photo Center, sent to the Truman Library by the National Archives. Original 4 X 5 negatives.
March 21, 1951