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|Description:||President Harry S. Truman and an unidentified man stand next to a wreath which Truman placed at the base of the monument to the "Heroes of Chapultepec" in memory of "Ninos Heroes," commemorating a dramatic incident in the Mexican-American war. Truman is the first U.S. President to visit our southern neighbor while in office. (See also 69-361, 66-3165, and 2002-208, 209 and 210.) From: Truman Home.|
|Date:||March 4, 1947|
|Related Collection:||Family, Business, and Personal Affairs Papers|
|ARC Keywords:||Memorials; Presidential trips; Presidents|
|HST Keywords:||Mexico - Chapultepec; Truman - Ceremonies - Memorial - Mexico - Chapultepec - 1947; Truman - Trips - Other - Presidential - Mexico|
|People Pictured:||Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972|
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