Portrait of Senator Harry S. Truman. Same as 96-915, it is also a 3/4 length photo from which 62-372 was cropped.
Harris & Ewing
Autographed photo of John W. Snyder, Secretary of the Treasury, signed on the border, "To my friend and associate-Ed Foley-With warm regards, John W. Snyder". This is the same photo as 96-409.
Lauren Bacall (left) seated on the piano with Vice-President Harry S. Truman (right) at the keyboard at the National Press Club canteen. The Library has checked on copyright and cannot find any company that claims ownership of photo.
President Harry S. Truman (left) receives a 900-year-old vase from Dr. E. W. Chang, head of the Coseoul Normal College of Korea. The vase is a gift to the American People.
From left to right, Admiral William D. Leahy (in background, behind President Truman) President Harry S. Truman, First Lady Bess Wallace Truman, General Harry Vaughan, and Margaret Truman leaving for Chicago.
President Harry S. Truman (left) shaking hands with A.R. McKee, Local Selective Service Board 1, Jefferson County, Missouri, after the President gave him the Selective Service Medal.
Major General Lewis B. Hershey (right) pins the Selective Service medal on President Harry S. Truman (left).
President Harry S. Truman presents the Selective Service Medal to fifty-four members of local Selective Service boards, at the White House. President Truman is in the back, under the second chandelier.
President Harry S. Truman (left) shaking hands with Major General Lewis B. Hershey (right) after the President gave him the Distinguished Service Medal.
Living Room at Franklin D. Roosevelt's Shangri-La retreat.