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Picnic Luncheon at Fort Jefferson

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

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President Harry S. Truman at Fort Jefferson. Fort Jefferson is in a chain of islands (the Dry Tortugas) 70 miles from Key West, a National Park Service site. The President heads the "chow line" followed by: Major General Harry Vaughan, David H. Stowe, and Brigadier General Wallace Graham. LCDR Leo V. Roberts is to the President's left. This is the 9th Presidential trip to Key West. See also 67-2919. From: Naval Photo Center, sent to the Truman Library by the National Archives. Original 4 X 5 negatives.

March 21, 1951