Profile portrait of President Harry S. Truman wearing a bowtie. This photo was used as a reference picture for portrait artist Greta Kempton to create her paintings of Truman. The photo is torn and there is tape on the top and right sides where the photograph was moved around to be used as reference.
Close-up photo of President Harry S. Truman wearing Masonic chain collar, posed for Greta Kempton's Masonic portrait. See also 67-938.
Seated in the Truman Library are Masons (l to r): Former Grand Master Frank P. Briggs, Former President of the United States and Grand Master of Missouri Harry S. Truman, and Robert Mann. They are seated below Greta Kempton's portrait of Truman in his Masonic regalia.
Formal color head-and-shoulders portrait of President Harry S. Truman, wearing a blue tie with diamonds and squares, his Masonic pin, and a plain white pocket square. See 97-2011 for a black and white version.
Left to right: Truman Library director Dr. Benedict K. Zobrist, Ruth Henning, television producer Paul Henning, actor Buddy Ebsen, and Truman Library curator Milton Perry stand in front of portraits of Harry S. Truman by Missouri artist George L. "Shag" Shultz. The Hennings presented the Shultz artwork to the Truman Library. Paul Henning, who was born in Independence, produced the show "Beverly Hillbillies," which starred Ebsen as Jed Clampett.