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    Harry S Truman and Winston Churchill: Westminster College "Iron Curtain Speech" Ephemera. Includes small snapshot of the pair riding in an open car in Fulton, a ticket to the March 5, 1946 speech at Fulton, a program and souvenir map for "Churchill Day", a bifolium program for the speech (stain, vertical fold, edge tear), 8 1/2" x 11" illustrated program for the event, a Churchill First Day Cover [FDC] postmarked Fulton, Missouri May 13, 1965, another FDC postmarked May 6, 1992, a ticket to the 1969 dedication of the Winston Churchill Memorial at Fulton and a program to a 1992 event at Fulton attended by Mikhail Gorbachev. Nine [9] items altogether. Selections from the Collection of Tom Charles Huston.

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