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Sepia tone photo of the R. A. Armstrong family posed in front of their house at 924 N. Rogers. House built in 1889-1890. Family members indentfied are William Armstrong,Harriet Armstrong, Anna Armstrong, John Armstrong, Dora Armstrong, William Truman, Howard Truman, Dee Truman, Bud Truman, Richard Armstrong, Bland Truman, Delia Truman, Carrie Truman,Mollie Armstrong, Thomas Truman, Louisa Truman. William Armstrong was a builder/contractor. See 1999-362.

B & w photo of ten men photographed on the steps of the Kentwood Arms Hotel. Included in the group , front row l to r, Herman Lohmeyer, Dan Nee, General Pershing, Col. Truman. Back row, Col. Loy, Col. Falls, WM. Wright. Col Truman was related to Harry Truman.

Black and white negative of Harry Truman marching in parade on South Ave. moving south out of the public square. Truman was in Springfield for a reunion of his World War I army regiment.

Two photos of Truman School site.

An original copy of the speech used by the President at the reunion of the 35th Division, and the breakfast at the Shrine Mosque on June 7, 1952. Each page is stamped with a Harry S Truman Library, US Government, "National Archives and Records Service" mark. See uncatalogued Truman pictures, clippings, and book in the Truman Collection in the Map Drawer in Rm 202.

A black and white pano of Truman and Barkley's Inaugural Dinner at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C. Jan. 19, 1949. Photo shows Truman, Barkley and guests at tables. Too large to scan.

Black and white negative of Harry Truman and other officials on the reviewing stand across the street from the Shrine Mosque.

A color slide of President Harry S Truman at the Springfield-Branson Regional Airport in June 1952. See the uncatalogued Truman Collection in the map drawer in Rm 202.

A pin with Harry Truman pictures and "Centennial 1884-1984" on it. It is accompanied by a letter to Mary Kay Ross from her father Richard Ferguson.

Three photos of Truman Elementary groundbreaking ceremony. Ed Payton and Paul Hagerty.

A commemorative pin from the 35th Division (Army, World War I) reunion held in Springfield June 6-8, 1952.Harry Truman was the most prominent visitor attendee and many events were held in the Shrine Mosque. See the Harry Truman collection.

A photo of Truman Elementary groundbreaking ceremony.

Four photos of Truman School groundbreaking ceremony.

Black and white negative of Harry Truman shaking hands with military police or highway patrol at the Springfield airport.

A MFA Insured Newsletter entitled "Contact". The front cover has a picture of Harry Truman addressing the University of Missouri graduating class of 1950.

Black and white negative of Harry Truman marching in a parade onto the public square from Boonville Ave. He was in Springfield for a reunion of his World War I regiment.

Black and white photo of Ronald Regan and Nancy Davis riding in a convertible in a parade with Harry Truman in the background.

Black and white negative of a crowd gathered to greet Harry Truman at the Springfield airport.

Womens evening gown with a black net skirt and black satin halter boldice. Worn by Mrs. D.L. Yancey at the Presidential Ball given in Springfield on June 10, 1952 for Pres. Harry Truman.

Black and white photo of The 35th Division honored in Springfield in 1952. The Shriners are marching south on Boonville Avenue toward the Public Square. Visible are the National Guard Armory at the corner of Water Street. Lines Music Company, Quinn's Coffee Company, the Gottfried Furniture Company and the News Digest. Harry Truman marched in this parade.

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