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  1. Elizabeth Virginia Wallace Truman ( Independence, Misuri, 13 de febrero de 1885 - ibídem, 18 de octubre de 1982 ), comúnmente conocida por Bess Truman, fue la esposa de Harry S. Truman y primera dama de los Estados Unidos desde 1945 hasta 1953. Índice 1 Infancia, familia y educación 2 Matrimonio y familia 3 Primera dama de los Estados Unidos

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Bess_TrumanBess Truman - Wikipedia

    Bess Truman Elizabeth Virginia Truman ( née Wallace; February 13, 1885 – October 18, 1982) was the wife of President Harry S. Truman and the first lady of the United States from 1945 to 1953. She also served as the second lady of the United States from January to April 1945.

  3. 02/07/2019 · Elizabeth Virginia "Bess" Truman (née Wallace; February 13, 1885 – October 18, 1982) was the wife of U.S. President Harry S. Truman and the First Lady of the United States from 1945 to 1953. She also served as the Second Lady of the United States in 1945.

  4. Wedding photo, June 28, 1919. A wedding of unusual beauty and interest was that of Miss Bess Wallace and Capt. Harry Truman at 4 o'clock today at the Trinity Episcopal Church. Miss Wallace has lived in Independence all her life and has a large circle of friends. Independence also claims Capt. Truman although he has spent much time away.

  5. Bess Wallace and group of her friends standing on a road in the winter time. They are on their way to a picnic at Wayne City Landing on the Missouri River. Left to Right: Helena Crow, probably George Millard, May Wallace, Caroline Southern, Alden Millard and Bess Wallace. For similar photos, see 82-58-17 through 82-58-35.

  6. Truman, Bess Wallace, 1885-1982 Daniel Family Home Movies, c. 1964-1965 This silent home movie footage shows Daniel family activities, including swimming in a pool, Christmas in New York, visiting a children's zoo, and birthday celebrations. Former first lady Bess Truman is included in this film. Daniel Family Trip to Key West, 1966

  7. Sara L. Sale. Thrust into the world of Washington politics and power, Bess Wallace Truman steadfastly remained what she wanted to be: a representative of middle-American values and virtues. She ran the White House as she ran her own home, attending personally to details that many first ladies had left to the staff.