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|Description:||At St. Louis Union Station, postmaster Bernard Dickmann (left) stands next to newly elected President Harry S. Truman as Mr. Truman holds up the famous Chicago Tribune newspaper headline "Dewey Defeats Truman." Man in background is unidentified. From: Campaign Scrapbook of Harry S. Truman.|
|Date:||November 4, 1948|
|ARC Keywords:||Newspapers; Presidential campaign, 1948; Presidents; Railroad stations; Postmasters|
|HST Keywords:||Dewey Defeats Truman; Newspapers - Chicago Tribune; Union Station - Missouri, St. Louis|
|People Pictured:||Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972; Dickmann, Bernard F. (Bernard Francis), 1888-1971|
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