Before being broken into by burglars on March 24, 1978, this display case in the south lobby of the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum held several swords and scabbards given as gifts to the president. The items have never been recovered.
Before being broken into by burglars on March 24, 1978, this display case in the south lobby of the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum held several swords and scabbards given as gifts to the president. The items have never been recovered. Truman Library and Museum
Before being broken into by burglars on March 24, 1978, this display case in the south lobby of the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum held several swords and scabbards given as gifts to the president. The items have never been recovered. Truman Library and Museum

Swords worth nearly $1 million stolen from Truman Library in 1978 remain missing

July 16, 2017 07:00 AM

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