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Harry Truman and Friends in the Haberdashery in Kansas City, Missouri

82-153 (untitled)
Accession Number
82-153
5x7 inches (13x18 cm)
Black & White
HST Keywords
Truman - Clothing Store; Haberdashery
People Pictured
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Description
Harry S. Truman and friends are standing in the haberdashery at 104 W. 12th Street, Kansas City, Missouri. From left to right: Harry Truman, Francis Berry, Mike Flynn, and Kelsey Cravens. This is the clothing store that Truman and Eddie Jacobson owned. The name of the store was the Truman and Jacobson Haberdashery, located at 12th and Baltimore (104 West 12th) Kansas City, Missouri The store was opened in 1919 and it failed in 1921. From: Truman home.
Date(s)
ca.
1920