Harry S. Truman Library and Museum
The presidential library of Missouri’s own Harry S. Truman, the so-named Harry S. Truman Library and Museum welcomes the general public to learn about the nation’s 33rd president and his time in office. Visitors are welcome to peruse the museum, engage the helpful staff and guides to learn more and utilize the library for deeper research into the life of Harry Truman.
Administered by the National Archives and Records Administration, the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum is an authentic and genuine display of the president’s time in office and his life with personal artifacts, archived documents and photographs, and more. General collections and permanent exhibits include Truman: the Presidential Years which outlines the major issues and events ongoing during his presidency, and Harry S. Truman: His Life and Times which educates us on the president’s personal life and family. Both exhibits, as well as temporary exhibits, include fascinating stories, documents, and details about the famed president during WWII and his Missouri backgrounds.
The Library’s research room is open to those wishing to delve deeper into the life and history of Harry S. Truman with acquisitions and papers from countless sources. Between online documents, physical copies, and library aids who are more than happy to help you with your research, your school paper, thesis, study, or general research will go smoothly.
Stop by the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum to explore, learn, and rediscover the 33rd president and his contribution to the United States.