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Harry S. Truman's pith helmet, made for him by Hawley Products Company in St. Charles, Illinois, USA. It (dimensions: 35.5 x 29.5 x 16.0 cm) is made from plastic, cotton, and leather. This photo is recorded as HSTR 22230, and was made for the Harry S Truman, an American Visionary Exhibit.

Author Harry S. Truman National Historic Site museum staff,[1] part of the National Park Service[2]
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current11:39, 15 March 2006Thumbnail for version as of 11:39, 15 March 2006432 × 280 (35 KB)RallettePith Helmet in the Harry S. Truman collection Pith Helmet, Made by Hawlay, Illinois, USA. Used by Truman in Key West at the Little White House, a favorite vacation spot during the presidency. Made from Plastic, cotton, leather. L 35.5, W 29.5, T 16.0 cm.

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