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      • Washington, United States (7)
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      • Woodley Park, Washington, United States (2)
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      The White HouseJune 15, 2011
      Government
      • Washington, United States

      Former president Harry S. Truman rebuilt the White House after his daughter's piano fell through the floor, and also added a new balcony to the South Portico. The renovations cost more than $5 millio

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      4701 Connecticut Ave NWJune 15, 2011
      Home
      • Washington, United States

      President Harry S. Truman and his wife lived here from 1941-1945.-William G. Clotworthy, Presidential Sites, p. 233

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      Washington Marriott Wardman ParkJune 15, 2011
      Hotel
      • Washington, United States

      Site of President Harry S. Truman's inaugural reception hosted by John W. Snyder, Secretary of the Treasury, January 21, 1949.-Paul F. Boller Jr., Presidential Inaugurations, p. 210, 211

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      Omni Shoreham HotelJune 15, 2011
      Hotel
      • Washington, United States

      Site of President Harry S. Truman inaugural reception hosted by the Democratic National Committee, January 21, 1949-Paul F. Boller Jr., Presidential Inaugurations, p. 210

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      First Baptist ChurchJune 15, 2011
      Church
      • Washington, United States

      President Harry S. Truman attended here.-Gary Ferris, Presidential Places, p. 183

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      DC ArmoryJune 15, 2011
      Government
      • Washington, United States

      This was the site of President Harry S. Truman's inaugural ball, January 20, 1949. African Americans were allowed to attend for the first time.-Paul F. Boller, Jr., Presidential Inaugurations, p. 20

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      Harry S. Truman's 2nd Boyhood HomeJune 15, 2011
      Historic Site
      • Independence, United States

      President Harry S. Truman lived here from 1896-1902, when he was 12-18 years old.

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      United States Capitol BuildingJune 15, 2011
      Capitol Building
      • Washington, United States

      President Harry S. Truman was inaugurated here January 20, 1949. He used two bibles. It was the first to be televised.-Gary Ferris, Presidential Places, p. 185, Paul F. Boller, Jr., Presidential Ina

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      Truman Boyhood HomeJune 15, 2011
      Historic Site
      • Independence, United States

      President Harry S. Truman lived here from 1890-1896, when he was 6 to 12 years old. The house sat on several acres of land where Truman's father, John Anderson Truman, had a garden and kept livestock.

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