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President Truman and His Cabinet 1950
President Views Mass Paratroop Jump
The Chief Executive and his "official family". Clockwise around table: Oscar L. Chapman, Interior; Charles Sawyer, Commerce; Vice Pres. Alben Barkley; Maurice Tobin, Labor; Charles Brannan, Agriculture; Jesse Donaldson, Postmaster General; Louis Johnson, Defense; Dean Acheson, State; Pres. Truman; John Snyder, Treasury; and J. Howard McGrath, Attorney General.
While on a visit to Fort Bragg, N.C., President Truman trains his binoculars on a mass parachute jump, performed by a battalion of the famous 82nd Airborne Division in his honor.
Truman Meets Vishinsky At UN Session
“I’ll Do My Best” - General Marshall
President Review Marines On Army Day
Spaatz Gets Third Oak Leaf Cluster
Scene in the White House office of President Truman (right) as he congratulated America's top military leader in World War II, Gen. George Marshall, (left), on being sworn in as Secretary of State, while retiring Secretary James F. Byrnes looks on approvingly.
Pres. Truman, left, shakes hands with Russia's Andrei Vishinsky at reception in the UN building in New York on the occasion of the UN's fifth birthday. Their conversation was not reported. At right, back of the Communist Foreign Minister is Russian delegate Jacob Malik.
U.S. Marines, eyes right, pass the presidential reviewing stand and the Colors, during the Army Day parade in Washington. In stand, Pres. Truman is seen at right, and Defense Sec. Forrestal stands beside him. Cities coast-to-coast paid tribute to the military forces on Army Day.
Gen. Carl A. Apaatz, retiring Chief of the Air Force, receives a 3rd Oak Leaf Cluster for his Distinguished Service Medal from Pres. Truman at Washington, D.C. ceremonies. L. to r.; Pres. Truman, Carla Spaatz, the General's daughter; Mrs. Spaatz, and the General.
Truman Holds First Press Conference Since Election
Pres. Truman, with wife and daughter Margaret, casting his vote at Independence, Mo. 2. Twenty-four hours later he is congratulated on winning presidential election by his brother J. Vivian Truman. 3. Twenty four hours later, cheering crowds greet him at every stop while enroute to-Washington, D.C., while 4, Sam Jackson, custodian of the president's office, dusts off the chair Mr. Truman will occupy for another four years.
President Harry S. Truman, standing right, holds his first meeting with newsmen on lawn of the "Little White House" at Key West, Florida, where he went for a vacation following the strenuous nationwide campaign which ended in his election to the Presidency.
Scenes at Washington’s Gayest Inaugural
1. President Harry S. Truman, left, and Vice President Alben Barkley ride at head of inaugural parade witnessed by a million cheering onlookers. 2. Chief Justice Vinson, left, administering the oath of office to President Truman. 3. Ornate float in parade sponsored by the President's home state of Missouri.
Truman Guard Doubled After Assassination Attempt
Left: Pres. Truman, an hour after two Puerto Rican assassins had failed in an attempt to murder him, appears unconcerned as he dedicates monument to Sir John Dill in Arlington Cemetery. Right: The President (with cane) now has this squad of Secret Servicemen along when he takes his early morning walks in Washington.
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March Of Dimes Lad Meets President
In Serious Mood Over Korean Situation
Left: 3-year-old Terry Tullos of Laurel, Miss., the youngster pictured on the 1948 March of Dimes poster, and who is now recovering from infantile~Paralysis Of both legs, suffered at birth, gets a hug from Pres. Truman. Right: Margaret Truman helps Terry give his time to the cause that helped him recover.
Solemn looks mark the faces of President Truman and two cabinet members as they enter the White House for meeting of key officials toact on Russian invasion of South Korea. Pd left is Att. Gen. J. Howard McGrath. Pd right is Defense Secretary Louis Johnson.
March Of Dimes Poster Girl Meets President
Linda Brown of San Antonio, Texas, whose recovery from polio is featured on the March Of Dimes campaign poster, shows Pres. Truman the birthday cake she received on her 4th birthday, during a visit to the nation's capital in connection with the drive. Linda was stricken with the dread disease two years ago but can now walk
Latest photo of U.S. Cabinet, shows: I.to r.; Secretaries Clinton P Anderson Agriculture; Lewis B. Swellenbach, Labor; W. Averell Harriman, Commerce; J.A. Krug, Interior; R.E. Hannegan, Postmaster General; R.P. Patterson, War; George C. Marshall, State; President Truman, John W. Snyder, Treasury; Tom Clark, Attorney General, and J.V. Forrestal, Navy.
New “Flying White House” For President Truman
Views of the new plane built for President Truman, to replace the present "Sacred Cow". Plane, originally built for Army use, is equipped with every known safety device. Girl is seated in President's chair in office-stateroom. Instruments tell speed. altitude and course. Plane's name will be "Independence"