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US President Harry Truman and Pacific Fleet Commander Admiral Arthur Radford walking to their car at the Wake Island conference, 16 Oct 1950. Note lines from early wirephoto transmission “noise.”US President Truman with Averell Harriman, George Marshall, Dean Acheson, John Snyder, Frank Pace, Jr., and Omar Bradley, Washington DC, United States, 18 Oct 1950
US President Harry Truman and Pacific Fleet Commander Admiral Arthur Radford walking to their car at the Wake Island conference, 16 Oct 1950. Note lines from early wirephoto transmission “noise.”US President Truman with Averell Harriman, George Marshall, Dean Acheson, John Snyder, Frank Pace, Jr., and Omar Bradley, Washington DC, United States, 18 Oct 1950
Letter from MacArthur to Truman regarding Wake Island conference, 30 Oct 1950, 1 of 2Letter from MacArthur to Truman regarding Wake Island conference, 30 Oct 1950, 2 of 2
Letter from MacArthur to Truman regarding Wake Island conference, 30 Oct 1950, 1 of 2Letter from MacArthur to Truman regarding Wake Island conference, 30 Oct 1950, 2 of 2
Truman presenting United States Marine Corps Reserve Colonel Justice M. Chambers with the Medal of Honor for heroism at Iwo Jima, 1 Nov 1950US President Harry Truman signing the proclamation declaring a national emergency, White House, Washington DC, United States, 16 Dec 1950
Truman presenting United States Marine Corps Reserve Colonel Justice M. Chambers with the Medal of Honor for heroism at Iwo Jima, 1 Nov 1950US President Harry Truman signing the proclamation declaring a national emergency, White House, Washington DC, United States, 16 Dec 1950
US President Harry Truman and General Dwight Eisenhower at Washington National Airport, Arlington, Virginia, United States, 31 Jan 1951Harry Truman diary entry regarding recalling Douglas MacArthur, 6 Apr 1951
US President Harry Truman and General Dwight Eisenhower at Washington National Airport, Arlington, Virginia, United States, 31 Jan 1951Harry Truman diary entry regarding recalling Douglas MacArthur, 6 Apr 1951
Harry Truman diary entry regarding recalling Douglas MacArthur, 7 Apr 1951A letter from J. A. Sullivan to Harry Truman protesting the firing of Douglas MacArthur, 12 Apr 1951
Harry Truman diary entry regarding recalling Douglas MacArthur, 7 Apr 1951A letter from J. A. Sullivan to Harry Truman protesting the firing of Douglas MacArthur, 12 Apr 1951
Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion presenting US President Harry Truman with a Menorah, White House, Washington DC, United States, 8 May 1951; Israeli Ambassador to US Abba Eban also presentUS President Harry Truman and Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh, 23 Oct 1951
Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion presenting US President Harry Truman with a Menorah, White House, Washington DC, United States, 8 May 1951; Israeli Ambassador to US Abba Eban also presentUS President Harry Truman and Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh, 23 Oct 1951
US and British leaders aboard US President Harry TrumanUS President Harry Truman and First Lady Bess Truman returning to the White House after major renovation, Washington DC, United States, 1820 hours, 27 Mar 1952
US and British leaders aboard US President Harry Truman's yacht USS Williamsburg, 5 Jan 1952US President Harry Truman and First Lady Bess Truman returning to the White House after major renovation, Washington DC, United States, 1820 hours, 27 Mar 1952
US President Harry Truman, presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson, and vice presidential candidate John Sparkman at the White House, Washington DC, United States, 12 Aug 1952Harry Truman (piano) and Jack Benny (violin) playing music together, 3 Sep 1959
US President Harry Truman, presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson, and vice presidential candidate John Sparkman at the White House, Washington DC, United States, 12 Aug 1952Harry Truman (piano) and Jack Benny (violin) playing music together, 3 Sep 1959
John Kennedy, Harry Truman, Lyndon Johnson (behind Truman), and Dwight Eisenhower at Eleanor RooseveltUS President Johnson signing Medicare Bill, Independence, Missouri, US with Truman in attendance, 30 Jul 1965; also Senator Long, Mrs. Johnson, Senator Mansfield, Vice President Humphrey, Mrs. Truman
John Kennedy, Harry Truman, Lyndon Johnson (behind Truman), and Dwight Eisenhower at Eleanor Roosevelt's funeral at Hyde Park, New York, United States, 10 Nov 1962US President Johnson signing Medicare Bill, Independence, Missouri, US with Truman in attendance, 30 Jul 1965; also Senator Long, Mrs. Johnson, Senator Mansfield, Vice President Humphrey, Mrs. Truman

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