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President Truman speaking to a crowd in Newton, Kansas

Accession Number: 98-1299

President Truman speaking to a crowd in Newton, Kansas

 9 x 11.25, Black and White
Description: President Harry S. Truman is shown speaking to a crowd from the rear platform of his campaign train in Newton, Kansas. Same as 66-766. From: The Album The President's Trip to the West Coast of the United States, Captain Robert Dennison, United States Navy.
Date: ca. June 1948
Related Collection: Robert L. Dennison Papers
ARC Keywords: Presidential campaign, 1948; Presidents; Railroads
HST Keywords: Kansas - Newton; Trains - Truman - 1948; Truman - Addresses - Political Campaigns; Truman - Campaigns - Presidential - 1948 - Kansas, Newton; Truman - Trips - Western - 1948
People Pictured: Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972
Rights: Public Domain - This item is in the public domain and can be used freely without further permission.

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Credit: United States Navy.
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