Truman is a name of English origin that can be traced back to the Devon region of England. It may refer to:

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Truman Balcony - Controversy Over Construction Plans
... Truman's plans to build a balcony off the Yellow Oval Room were controversial ... landscape architect Gilmore David Clarke, wrote to Truman to voice his opposition to the balcony ... Truman responded, restating his belief that the residence would be enhanced by the project especially as it presented an opportunity to replace unattractive awnings, which he said collected dirt and constituted an ...
Truman's Place
... Truman's Place is a historic home located at Hughesville, Charles County, Maryland, United States ... The home takes its name from a 1,000-acre (4.0 km2) proprietary manor grant to Nathaniel Truman in 1666 ... Truman's Place was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988 ...
Second Inauguration Of Harry S. Truman - Ceremony
... Truman took the oath of office administered by Chief Justice of the United States Fred Vinson ... Truman then delivered an address and departed with the parade ... of Congress created a break in succession of Truman's terms as President ...
List Of Judges Of The United States District Court For The Southern District Of New York - Past Judges
... NY 1888–1990 1947–1951 — — Truman, Truman reappointment 31 Ryan, Sylvester J.Sylvester J ... Ryan NY 1896–1981 1947–1973 1959–1966 1973–1981 Truman, Truman death 32 Kaufman, Samuel H.Samuel H ... Kaufman NY 1893–1960 1948–1955 — 1955–1960 Truman, Truman death 33 Kaufman, IrvingIrving Kaufman NY 1910–1992 1949–1961 — — Truman, Truman reappointment 34 McGohey, John F ...
Truman - Other Uses
... The Truman Show, 1998 film Truman (book), David McCullough book about President Truman Truman's Brewery, a former London's famous brewery closed in 1989 Truman Day Truman Doctrine ...

Famous quotes containing the word truman:

    When you get to be President, there are all those things, the honors, the twenty-one gun salutes, all those things. You have to remember it isn’t for you. It’s for the Presidency.
    —Harry S. Truman (1884–1972)

    If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.
    —Harry S. Truman (1884–1972)

    Damn it! What a way to fly into a war—unarmed and out of gas!
    Larry Forrester, U.S. screenwriter, Hideo Oguni, and Ryuzo Kikushima. Richard Fleischer, Toshio Masuda, Kinji Fukasaku. Major Truman Landon (Norman Alden)