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Citizen Truman at the Bridge
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TitleCitizen Truman at the Bridge
AbstractIllustrations and biographical article about Harry Truman's (at the time a Jackson County judge) disrupted speech "at the interrupted Independence-Liberty bridge dedication ceremonies." Description of the plans for an air show (with flowers dropped by "Ruth Mix, daughter of cowboy Tom Mix"), parade with a panda bear float, and bridge ribbon-cutting by "Miss Laverna Foley, Queen of the Bridge," all ruined by an oncoming rainstorm with high winds and a nearby plane crash.
AuthorWilbur Phillips
Don Davis
DateSecond Quarter//1953
SourceSwing
Location051 S97
Volume9
Number2
Page106-109
Local SubjectTruman, Harry S.
Air Shows
Accidents
Bridges
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID122492
CONTENTdm number18631
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