President Truman Greets Paralysis "Poster Boy"

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Truman - Ceremonies - Fund Drives - March of Dimes

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President Harry S. Truman stops to take Terry Tullos, three-year-old Laurel, Mississippi infantile paralysis victim, in his arms today as the boy with braces on his legs walks up the Chief Executive. Terry has been selected as "poster boy" for this year's March of Dimes campaign to raise funds for treatment of infantile paralysis. From: Houston Post.
January 14, 1948