People: Mar. 23, 1970

The exhibit of memorabilia on display at the Hallmark Gallery in New York includes a "Phooey on Dewey" button, a collection of walking sticks, and the 1901 Independence, Mo., high school yearbook showing Harry and Bess in their caps and gowns. A saltier item among the souvenirs on loan from the Harry S. Truman Library is the ex-President's reply to a tongue-in-cheek suggestion from a U.S. Senator that he appoint the late John L. Lewis Ambassador to Russia. The mine workers' boss, reasoned Truman's correspondent, had a "more formidable" look than Stalin and...

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