Charles Van Houten and his daughter, Evelyn, visiting the Truman library from San Antonio, Texas, got to join Niel Johnson in one of Truman’s most famous poses.
Charles Van Houten and his daughter, Evelyn, visiting the Truman library from San Antonio, Texas, got to join Niel Johnson in one of Truman’s most famous poses. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
Charles Van Houten and his daughter, Evelyn, visiting the Truman library from San Antonio, Texas, got to join Niel Johnson in one of Truman’s most famous poses. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

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