topics
EventsPeopleDocumentsLibraryActivitiesResourcesReferencestools  
 

resources
Cold War Files: All Units: Resources: Truman Presidential Library and Museum - Archival Research

Truman Presidential Library and Museum - Archival Research

President Truman donated his papers to the United States government through a letter of gift dated February 12, 1957, and his will of January 14, 1959. The entire collection totals over 7 million pages. Truman's early life and career in Jackson County as farmer, entrepreneur, soldier, businessman, community leader, politician and local government official is not as well documented in his papers as is his later career. Most of Truman's senatorial papers from his first term, from January 1935 through January 1941, were presumably destroyed after being removed from Truman's office and sent into storage somewhere in the Senate Office Building. The papers from Truman's brief tenure as Vice President are filed with those from his second senatorial term.

Visit the site:http://www.trumanlibrary.org/library.htm

footer navigation
Copyright 2005, Cold War International
History Project. All rights reserved.