Mrs. Bess Truman, center, with Mrs. Emily (Henry Cabot) Lodge, left, and Mrs. Hazel (Arthur)Vandenberg, right, at the Senate Ladies Annual Luncheon.
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President Harry S. Truman (seated), with a group of House Democrats. Left to right, standing are Representatives Harold D. Donohue, Massachusetts; William T. Byrne, New York; Walter B. Huber, Ohio; Clair Engle, California; John Lesinski, Michigan; John R. Murdock, Arizona; Michael Kirwan, Ohio; Antonio M. Fernandez, New Mexico; Aime J. Forand, Rhode Island; and Francis E. Walter, Pennsylvania.
President Harry S. Truman, left, with 14-year old newsboy, Franklin Harrison, the National Boy of the Year, of the Boys' Clubs.
President Harry S. Truman (center), with C. A. Miller, Executive General Agent of the Chicago and North Western Railroad and Norma Sykes, "Miss Chicago and North Western" at the White House. The Chicago and North Western brought a replica of their original engine, "The Pioneer" to the White House.
President Harry S. Truman (fifth from right), presenting the Official Insignia of the Blinded Veterans Association, Inc., to the executives of the organization at a White House ceremony. Left to right are Lloyd M. Greenwood, Harrison King, James W. Hope, Raymond T. Frey, Byrum S. Shumway, President Truman, Irvin P. Schloss, Robert Pistel, Peter J. McKenna, and John F. Brady.
President Harry S. Truman (at right) receiving the Belgian War Cross from Prince Charles, Regent of Belgium.
President Harry S. Truman (center) shaking hands with an unidentified minister while another unidentified minister looks on.
President Harry S. Truman (second from right), reviewing the Army Day Parade in Washington, D. C. with, from left to right, Secretary of the Army, Kenneth Royall, Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal, and Vice Admiral Earle W. Mills.
Renah Camalier (second from left), Howard Foley (third from left), and Omer Clark (right) present President Harry S. Truman (far left) with tickets to the annual Shrine Circus. President Truman is shown receiving a bid to open the first performance of the 8th annual Shrine Circus on April 19, 1948.
President Harry S. Truman (front row, center) meeting with the Board of Trustees of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Foundation. Seated, left to right: Frank C. Walker, President Truman, and Samuel I. Rosenman. Rear, left to right: William D. Hassett, Theodore R. Gamble, Grace G. Tully, Isador Lubin, William Green, Robert E. Sherwood, George E. Allen, Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy, William Cronin, and Peter H. Odegard.