Photo of a Western Union telegram to Robert E. Hannegan from Bennett Champ Clark, sending regrets that he will be unable to attend the dinner honoring Mr. Hannegan as the new Commissioner of the Internal Revenue. From: The Album, Knights of the Cauliflower Ear Proudly Acclaim the Presidential Appointment of Hon. Robert E. Hannegan as Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
Photo of a Letter of Regret by Henry Morgenthau, Jr. to Charles P. Orchard, Chairman of the Invitation Committee, Knights of the Cauliflower Ear
Photo of a letter of regret by Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr. to Charles P. Orchard, Chairman of the Invitation Committee, Knights of the Cauliflower Ear. Morgenthau will be unable to attend the dinner honoring Robert E. Hannegan as newly appointed Commissioner Internal Revenue Service. The letter is signed by Morgenthau. From: The Album, Knights of the Cauliflower Ear Proudly Acclaim the Presidential Appointement of Hon. Robert E. Hannegan as Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
11x13 color mounted to an overall size of 16x19 showing the United States Air Force Thunderbird jets in formation. Inscribed and signed on the mat, "To President Harry S. Truman - with admiration and sincere best wishes. The U.S.A.F. "Thunderbirds" April 1960." Each member of the team has then signed their name. Original is in oversize file.
Former President Harry S. Truman is shown seated at his desk at the Harry S. Truman Library signing copies of his memoirs for a group of visiting basketball players.
Former President Truman displays a broad grin as he holds a sign which a photographer gave him to autograph
Former President Truman displays a broad grin as he holds a sign which a photographer gave him to autograph. The sign read, "Quiet is requested for the benefit of those who have retired." Mr. Truman obliged the photographer with his autograph, but added to the sign, "I don't like too much quiet." The former Chief Executive who has "retired" from politics is in Boston on a fund raising tour for his Library. This is nearly the same photo as 76-387 but is mounted on heavy board to an overall size of 10 x 13.
Color portrait showing former President Truman seated before a curtain in the Blair House, on the occasion of his 80th birthday. The photo has been signed "Kindest regards to Tom Gavin, Harry S. Truman 8/19/64".
Former President Harry S. Truman (third from left) walks with a group, including friend M. R. Evans (fifth from left), evidently in Louisville, Kentucky. The picture has been signed "Best of Luck from Harry S. Truman 12/31/1962".
A portrait photo of Paul H. Griffith, Assistant Secretary of Defense, signed on the border, "To my friend and co-worker Ralph N. Stohl with best wishes and kind regards Paul H. Griffith Asst Sec. of Defense"
A portrait photo of Anna M. Rosenberg, Assistant Secretary of Defense, signed on the border, "To Ralph Stohl with good wishes and personal regards. Anna M. Rosenberg, The Pentagon. 1-7-53"
A portrait photo of Deputy Defense Secretary Stephen T. Early, signed on the photo, "To Ralph Stohl from his friend and co-worker with warm regard Stephen T. Early"