Harry S. Truman Little White House

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Truman's Little White House
A living historic site, the Little White House served as naval officer's housing, the president's winter White House, and a retreat for current government officials, as well as a museum open to the public. Constructed in 1890, the home most famously served as Harry Truman's private sanctuary from the stress of imminent war during his presidency. While touring the botanical gardens it's easy to imagine Truman here facing the restoration of Europe, conflict in Palestine, civil rights unrest, and massive overhauls to the labor system after the Cold War.

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