Washington, D. C. Former President Harry S. Truman gags it up for photographers by sharping a knife for a slice of his 75th birthday cake. Truman won't be 75 until Friday but the Truman Diamond Jubilee Committee held a reception for him today. Truman cut the four-tiered cake as guests sang happy birthday. From: Houston Post.
President Truman smiles broadly as he cuts his birthday cake on the celebration of his 61st birthday
President Truman smiles broadly as he cuts his birthday cake on the celebration of his 61st birthday and his first full day as a resident of the White House. This is the same picture as 89-59 but has been mounted and bordered to an overall size of 12 x 12. On the border of the mounting M. R. "Bob" Evans has written, "The first of many "Happy Birthdays" in the White House and a happy day for me. M. R. "Bob" Evans May 8 - 1945". From M. R. "Bob" Evans.
Former President Truman receives a flag from two little "cowboys" during the special surprise celebration of his 74th birthday in the office area of the Harry S. Truman Library. In the background a lady cuts a birthday cake.
Former President Truman holds his 74th birthday cake during a special surprise celebration in his office area at the Harry S. Truman Library.
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President Harry S. Truman reaches down to help pick up his birthday cake which appears to have fallen on the floor. The man stooped down by the cake is unidentified. All others are unidentified.
President Harry S. Truman reaches out to an unidentified gentleman who has dropped his birthday cake during a birthday party at the White House. M.R. Evans is standing at the far right. All others are unidentified.