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Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

CPC Catalog > Organization: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

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500 W. US Hwy. 24

Independence MO 64050


From the archives' description:

"Harry Truman donated his Presidential papers to the American people to be preserved at the Truman Library. He envisioned this Library as a place where people of all ages could study the American Presidency and government. The Library’s collections continue to grow, with new acquisitions regularly added to the holdings. Researchers, curators, educators and others use materials including original documents, artifacts, films, and audio recordings to educate the public about the life and times of Harry Truman and the issues that shaped his presidency.

Today, the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum houses more than:

15,000,000 pages of manuscript materials, of which approximately 6,500,000 are White House files
100,000 still pictures
500+ hours of disc and tape recordings
400 motion pictures
Approximately 500 oral histories
75 hours of videotape recordings
30,000 books
10,000 periodicals
1,400 microfilm copies of printed materials"

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