Truman’s “Ten Year Plan”

Did you know that Harry Truman served as a presiding judge in the 1920s? Using his profession as judge, he aided in creating the “Ten Year Plan,” which coordinated public works projects for the Jackson County and Kansas City skyscrapers, roadways, court buildings, and monuments that served as tributes to America’s pioneer women.

Madonna of the Trail Memorial, supported by Harry Truman

Madonna of the Trail Memorial, supported by Harry Truman

 

 

 

 

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