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The Harry S. Truman Library Institute for National and In partnership with the Truman Presidential Museum &
International Affairs, a 501(c)(3) organization, is directed Library, the Truman Library Institute draws upon the life,
by men and women from the private sector who are times and values of America’s 33rd president to enrich
dedicated to the preservation, advancement, and the public’s understanding of history, the presidency,
outreach activities of the Truman Presidential Museum & public policy, and citizenship.
Library, one of our nation’s eleven presidential libraries In this public/private partnership, the Truman Library
overseen by the National Archives and Records Institute is charged with generating support from
Administration. individuals, corporations and foundations to fund

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The legacy of our nation’s 33rd president is thriving

and increasingly of interest to today’s leaders and policy

Preserving makers.
President George W. Bush
cited the words and deeds of

the legacy President Harry S. Truman in

his commencement address to
the graduating class at West
Point this past spring. About
the same time, Secretary of
of Harry S. Truman
Defense Donald Rumsfeld visited the Truman Library to
make the case that Truman’s Cold War strategy can be

to enrich the public’s seen as similar to the Bush administration’s policy in

pursuing the war on terrorism, and Speaker of the U.S.
House of Representatives Dennis Hastert noted Truman’s
understanding of history, decisive “Buck Stops Here” approach when informing the
public of his intention to provide a strong response on
matters related to alleged improprieties of several House
the presidency, members.
As this annual report goes to press, United Nations
Secretary-General Kofi Annan is preparing to visit the
public policy, Truman Library to deliver his farewell address to a
worldwide audience. He chose Independence and President
Truman’s Library to draw attention to the idealism, vision
and citizenship. and belief in international cooperation displayed by Mr.
Truman in 1945 when the United States played a leading
role in the creation of the United Nations.
All of us involved in advancing the preservation,
education and research activities of the Truman Library
are proud of this past year’s successes, as outlined in
this report. We are grateful to our many friends and
extensive outreach activities, including acclaimed
educational programs, permanent and traveling benefactors who share our respect and fondness for
exhibitions, public programs featuring today’s scholars President Truman’s legacy.
and opinion leaders, and the publication of the Library’s
vast archives on the award-winning website
Thank you for your support. President, Harry S. Truman Library Institute

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P RO G R A M S & E X H I B I T I O N S –

T E L L I N G A M E R I C A’ S
Attendance at the Truman Library was up almost 40 percent to 135,000 in

fiscal 2006, due largely to the popularity of The White House in Miniature,
which drew 101,000 visitors from October 15, 2005 through July 9, 2006.
Library volunteers contributed 3,800 hours guiding visitors through the
intricate details of the miniature.

Visitors to Churchill and the Great

Republic, Aug. 19 - Oct. 15


The White House in Miniature Churchill and the Great Republic Select offerings from October 1, 2005 through
October 15, 2005 – July 9, 2006 August 19 – October 15, 2006 September 30, 2006
John Zweifel’s stunning 10-ton miniature of Sixty years after Churchill’s “Iron
America’s most intriguing residence helped boost Curtain” speech in Fulton, Mo., the Fareed Zakaria | Editor
attendance at the Truman Library by nearly 40 Library of Congress exhibition Churchill Newsweek International
percent during fiscal 2006. The White House in and the Great Republic opened new “The Future of Freedom”
Miniature drew 101,000 visitors during its run, and windows to the life and career of Oct. 10, 2005
volunteers contributed 3,800 hours guiding crowds Winston Churchill while emphasizing Co-presented with the Carolyn Benton Cockefair
through the intricate details of the miniature. his lifelong links with the United Chair, University of Missouri-Kansas City
EXHIBITION SPONSOR: James B. Nutter & Co. States, the nation he called “the great Republic.”
ADDITIONAL SPONSORS: Bernstein-Rein Advertising, EXHIBITION SPONSORS: Hall Family Foundation Alan Greenspan
Inc., Kansas City Power & Light, KMBZ News Radio ADDITIONAL SPONSORS: Bank Midwest, Comcast, Time Recipient, Truman Medal for
980, The Kansas City Star, Sprint, Lamar Outdoor Warner Cable, WDAF-FM, The Kansas City Star Economic Policy | Oct. 26, 2005
Advertising, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Ophelia’s ORIGINAL SPONSORS: JOHN W. KLUGE, with additional The award’s name reflects on the
Restaurant and Inn support from the Annenberg Foundation creation of the Council of Economic Advisers under
President Harry S. Truman.

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Bennett Family Gift
S TO R I E S Endows Forum on the
American Presidency
Harry S. Truman said “being a president is like riding a

tiger. You have to keep on riding or be swallowed.”
Pulitzer Prize-winning author David McCullough once remarked, Thomas Jefferson called the presidency a “splendid
misery,” and Warren G. Harding famously exclaimed,
“You can understand more about our nation by spending a day “My god, this is a hell of
a job.” Now, a newly
in Independence and at the Truman Library than anywhere else endowed lecture series
has been established to
in the country.” Indeed, the stories encompassed by the life of tell the complex story of
the nation’s highest
Harry S. Truman and his presidency are some of the richest in office, an office which is
unique in world history:
American history. It was Truman, a modest man and failed the American presidency.
The Howard & Virginia Michael and Mary Johnston
entrepreneur, who guided the United States through one of its Bennett Forum on the
Presidency was borne out of a chance meeting in
most critical transformations and positioned it as the most Aspen, Colorado, where Institute Board member Beth K.
Smith met Mary Johnston. Johnston’s father, Smith
powerful nation in the world. It was Truman who demanded discovered, was Howard Bennett, one of several
influential individuals dedicated to the founding of the
fair and equal treatment for African Americans by Truman Library nearly 50 years ago. Traveling home
from Colorado, Mary and Michael Johnston visited the
desegregating the U.S. Armed Forces, who recognized the State Truman Presidential Museum & Library and were
of Israel, contained the threat of communism, and established inspired to honor Howard Bennett and his wife,
Virginia, with a lasting gift: $150,000 to endow a
the United Nations. The Truman Library Institute is committed lecture series on the presidency and $50,000 to fund, in
perpetuity, an internship to support the Library’s
to sharing the stories of Harry Truman, the American presidency, archival research program. Both programs will be
introduced in 2007, the 50th anniversary of the Truman
and our democratic government to ensure that future Library’s founding.
“My father would be pleased today with the work
generations will come to know Truman's legacy and appreciate you are doing,” said Mary Johnston. “We are so
pleased that our family has reconnected to the Truman
the gift of American democracy. Library and that we can play a significant role in
celebrating its 50th anniversary.”

“The Future of United Nations Conflict Leading international scholars—including Melvyn “To Secure These Rights” – A Forum
Resolution and Peacekeeping Operations” – Leffler and Odd Arne Westad—gathered to examine to Mark the 58th Anniversary of the
A Symposium Marking the 60th Anniversary of the Cold War. On March 31 sessions devoted to “The Desegregation of the Armed Forces
the Founding of the United Nations Origins of the Cold War” and “The Cold War in Asia” July 27, 2006
Jan. 23, 2006 were open to the public. Panelists included professors Gerald Early and Carol
Speakers included author Stephen Schlesinger; Susan Anderson, with former Truman aide Ken Hechler.
Manuel, United Nations; Janet Beik, State Department; and “Native Americans and American Indian Co-presented by the American Jazz Museum
Lt. Col. David Last, participant in UN peacekeeping missions. Affairs during the Truman Presidency”
Co-presented with the University of Missouri-Kansas City Harry S. Truman Legacy Symposium George Elsey
Key West, FL | May 19-20, 2006 Former Truman aide and author of
Linda Johnson Robb Panelists included former Senator Ben Nighthorse An Unplanned Life: A Memoir
“Reminiscences of the White House” | Feb. 9, 2006 Campbell and former Assistant Secretary for Indian Lecture and book signing
Affairs Ada Deer. Sept. 14, 2006
“Origins and Early Development of the Cold Presented with the Harry S Truman Little White
War, 1945-62” House, in association with the Newberry Library and
A Symposium | March 30-31, 2006 the CIC American Indian Studies Consortium

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Harry Truman liked big ideas, and his presidential library was to be no exception. He envisioned a “classroom for 2
democracy”—not just a repository for the papers and documents from his administration—and he hoped that his
library would give young people, especially, “a better understanding of the history and the nature of the presidency
and the government of the United States.” To fulfill Harry Truman’s vision, the Truman Library Institute’s education
staff—recognized nationally for their achievements—have developed a range of outstanding programs which are
grounded in pedagogy, designed to meet national academic standards, and serve as the standard for our nations’
presidential libraries.
1 The White House Decision Center 6 Educator Workshops
Flagship education program designed as a Educator workshops are designed to connect American history teachers
hands-on history lab to increase student skills in with nationally recognized scholars and primary source documents. The
information gathering and analysis, problem education staff helps participants incorporate the latest scholarship and
solving, decision making, leadership, and teaching methods into their lesson plans, then publishes the resulting
communication while strengthening knowledge curriucula on www.trumanlibrary.org.
of history and government. Grade 8 – Adult Inside the White House
Learn more: watch a 7-minute video about The October 14-15, 2005
White House Decision Center at www.trumanlibrary.org/whdc Conference for the Creation of an International History
of the Cold War
2 Museum Tours
March 30 – April 2, 2006
Docent-led tours for student groups
More than 30 percent of participants in 2005-06 attend disadvantaged Teacher Institute – The Causes and Consequences of the Cold War
schools and came on scholarship, thanks to the generous funding of the July 10-14, 2006
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. National History Day Workshop
November 4, 2005
3 Truman Footlocker
A hands-on classroom resource filled with replicas of Truman-related
7 National History Day
artifacts, documents and photographs. K-12
Regional competition hosted by the Truman Library
4 Learning Kits
Packaged curricula, ready for classroom use, including interactive learning modules 8 Teacher Talk
on the Cold War, Presidential Decision Making, and WWII. Grades 8-12 Newsletter featuring education news and resources, delivered to 12,000
educators free of charge.
5 Video Loaning Library
More than 120 unique videos on Truman, WWI, WWII, the Cold War,
and the Truman era—offered to educators at no charge


Guided Museum Tours for Students 8,228 students
White House Decision Center 5,721 students
Exhibits 3,104 teachers
Truman Footlocker 762 students
National History Day 338 students
Packaged Curricula 284 kits delivered
Educator Workshops 220 teachers 6

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LIFE Creating Greater Access
Presidential libraries preserve and share the materials
associated with American presidents and their
administrations. Today, access to those official documents
is measured not so much by the number of people
reserving seats in a research room but by the number of
hits to a website. That’s why the Truman Library Institute
has funded the Library’s award-winning efforts to
increase the number of papers and photographs
available at www.trumanlibrary.org. To date, nearly
10,000 photographs and 20,000 document images—as
well as a treasure trove of resources for students and
teachers—can be accessed on the website. In fiscal
2006, www.trumanlibrary.org had more unique visitors
than any other presidential library and neared an
impressive milestone: 300 million hits since the site was
launched nearly ten years ago.

TrumanLibrary.org | 2006 Stats

Unique visitors 3.1 million
1 Total Hits 68.2 million
Primary Users 70% are students, teachers,

Top Viewed Pages

1. Photo Database
2. Presidential Calendar
3. Atomic Bomb
4. Nuremberg Documents
5. Recognition of Israel Documents
6. Berlin Airlift Documents
7. Truman Public Papers
8. Marshall Plan Documents
9. Branches of Government Student Activity
10. Gift Store
3 Online Museum Store
Online sales totaled $20,420 for some of the Museum
Store’s most popular items, including the Buck Stops
Here desk sign, books, apparel, educational resources
for children—even reproductions of presidential china
From top: School children tour
museum; White House Decision
used by Lincoln, Grant, Jackson, and others.
Center participants play their
roles; Truman Footlocker E-News
enriches classroom learning; E-News is sent periodically
Teacher Institute panelists to promote events and
discuss Cold War; presidential exhibitions at the Truman
daughter Linda Johnson Robb
meets with students. Presidential Museum &
Library to 5,500 opt-in
patrons and educators.
Susbscribe to E-News at www.trumanlibrary.org.

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S C H O L A R S H I P G R A N T S & AWA R D S –

E X A M I N I N G T RU M A N ’ S

The Grants & Awards Program of the Truman Library Institute is relatively small but steeped in tradition. During the
past half-century, scholars have turned again and again to the Truman era, illuminating for today’s students, leaders,
and thinkers the critical issues of Truman’s presidency and legacy. The enormously rich archival resources of the
Truman Library are instrumental in the continuation of future scholarship. The Grants & Awards Program opens the
doors to these resources and is invaluable to emerging scholars.

S C H O L A R ’ S AWA R D Chad Parker, Ph.D. candidate in American History, Indiana University

Constructing Aramco Constructing America: The Arabian American Oil
Gregory Mitrovich, Independent Scholar Company and the Promotion of American Modernization during the Postwar
Taming Anti-Americanism, Public Diplomacy and the Origins of the Petroleum Order, 1945-1973
American Century Jason Parker, Asst. Prof. of History, West Virginia University
The Contest: Hearts, Minds, and the History of U.S. Public Diplomacy in the
Third World
H A R RY S . T RU M A N B O O K AWA R D Jason Petrulis, Ph.D. candidate in History, Columbia University
Marketing the American Way, 1932-1948
John Lewis Gaddis, Robert A. Lovett Prof. of History, Yale University Edith Holbrook Riehm, Ph.D. candidate in History, Georgia State University
The Cold War: A New History (The Penguin Press, 2005) Forging the Civil Rights Frontier: How Truman’s Committee on Civil Rights
Set the Agenda for Liberal Reform, 1947-1965
Robert Schlesinger, freelance journalist
R E S E A RC H G R A N T S Welliver’s Children: The Rise of White House Speechwriters
Ryan Stockwell, Ph.D. candidate in History, University of Missouri-Columbia
Lisa Burns, Asst. Prof., Media Studies, Quinnipiac University The Family Farm in the Post-World War II Era: Industrialization, the Cold
The Construction of Collective Memory in Presidential Museums War and Political Symbol
Joana Carlson, Ph.D. candidate in History, Florida State University Duane Tananbaum, Assoc. Prof. of History, Lehman College,
“Horizontal Relations” and U.S. Responses to Social Revolutions in China City University of New York
and Cuba “I Will Not Compromise with My Conscience”: A Political Biography of
Daniel Franklin, Assoc. Prof. of Political Science, George State University Herbert H. Lehman
Pitiful Giants: Presidents in their Last Term Karen Kruse Thomas, research affiliate, Claude Pepper Institute on Aging
Travis Hardy, Ph.D. candidate in History, University of Tennessee and Public Policy; assoc. dir., Reichelt Oral History Program, Florida State
Forging Bonds: The U.S.-Australian Relationship, 1933-1953 University
Yong Jo, Ph.D. candidate in Political Science Deluxe Jim Crow: Racial and Regional Equalization in Health Policy from
State University of New York at Albany the New Deal to the Civil Rights Movement
Involved in the Creation: The World System and U.S. Post-World War II Paul Thomsen, Ph.D. candidate in American Military History
Military Occupation in Germany and Korea Kansas State University
Zahra Pamela Karimi, Ph.D. candidate in Architecture 168 Clinton Street, Brooklyn's Second World War Japanese-American
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hostel: A Case Study of Social Reform and Security
President Truman’s Point IV Program and the Making of the Modern Iranian Anthony Charles Whitham, visiting research fellow,
Home University of the West of England, Bristol UK
Christine Knauer, Ph.D. candidate in History Hidden Hands: Organized Business and American Post-War Economic
University of Tübingen, Germany Planning, 1939-1949
If Negroes Must Fight, Let them Fight as Free Men, Not as Jim Crow Mark Wilson, Asst. Prof. of History, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Slaves: The Integration of the American Military, the Korean War, and the Managing the Arsenal of Democracy: The Business and Politics of U.S.
African American Community Military-Industrial Mobilization for the Second World War
Charles Lamb, Prof. of Political Science David Zietsma, Ph.D. candidate in History, University of Akron
State University of New York at Buffalo “The People of God in Chains”: Religious Culture and United States Foreign
Fair Housing in Twentieth Century America Policy, 1933-1952
Masako Nakamura, Ph.D. candidate in History, University of Minnesota
Families Precede Nation and Race?: Immigration Policies over Marriages D I S S E RTAT I O N Y E A R F E L L OW S H I P
and Migration of Japanese War Brides during U.S. Occupation of Japan,
1945-1952 Audra Jennings, Ph.D. candidate in History, The Ohio State University
With Minds Fixed on the Horrors of War: Liberalism and Disability Activism,

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Truman Working Office Campaign Completed

The Institute’s number-one

“I funding priority in fiscal 2006 was
the $1.6 million campaign to
renovate the Library office once
can’t even used daily by former President
Harry S. Truman. We are pleased
imagine to announce that the campaign
has been successfully completed.
how scholars could study In addition to preserving the
irreplaceable artifacts from Harry
During the opening Truman’s life, the renovation will include a state-of-the-art
U.S. foreign policy without the of “A Child in the White
House: Caroline exhibit of Truman’s post-presidential years. At long last, the
Kennedy’s Dolls,” more than 150,000 visitors and 20,000 students who visit
support of institutions like the Ms. Kennedy and her
the Truman Library annually will have access to one of our
husband Ed Schlossberg
toured Truman’s office, nation’s unique treasuries—the very room where President
soon to be made more
Truman Library Institute and its accessible to the public
Truman conducted the personal, political, and diplomatic
thanks to generous business of his final years. We are deeply grateful to the
contributions to the
scholar’s program. Without this Truman Working Office
foundations, corporations, and individuals who made gifts
Campaign. and pledges to the Truman Working Office Campaign.

support, it would be impossible C O N T R I B U TO R S

Ms. Joan Alders Mr. Edward Junk
for me to undertake the Mr. and Mrs. Don Alexander Mr. and Mrs. S. Lee Kling
American Century Investments Mrs. Barbara Hall Marshall
Mr. James R. Baylor Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. McDonnell
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Bruening The McGee Foundation
extensive research necessary Mr. and Mrs. Alex Burden
Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Christiansen
Mr. and Mrs. William D. McMullan
National Park Service
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell A. Cross Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Nickle
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Crumpton Ms. Susan Medler and Mr. Roger Oyster
to make any kind of contribution Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davison
Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Devine
Missouri Development Finance Board
Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Novak
Ms. Amy Disch Mr. and Mrs. Lambert B. Ott, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Doering Harry Portman Charitable Trust/
DST Systems, Inc. Mr. Abraham Margolin
to the history of the Truman J.E. Dunn Construction Company Dr. and Mrs. Donald Potts
Mrs. Cathy Eckenrod Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Rausch
Federal Appropriation Mr. William M. Reisler
Milton W. Feld Charitable Trust/ Mrs. Beth K. Smith
administration.” Mr. Abraham Margolin The Sosland Foundation
Elaine Feld Stern Charitable Trust/ Mr. and Mrs. Morton I. Sosland
Mr. Abraham Margolin Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Spaulding, III
– G R E G O RY M I T ROV I C H , Suzanne Feld Zalk Trust/Mr. Abraham Margolin Mr. David Stanley and Ms. Jean Keffeler
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Foudree Ms. Lisa A. Sullivan
S C H O L A R S AWA R D Miss Luella E. Friend The Sunderland Foundation
RECIPIENT Hall Family Foundation Truman Heartland Community Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Hamra Courtney S. Turner Charitable Trust
Mr. Paul E. Haney Ms. Judy J. Turner
Dr. Susan M. Hartmann Mr. George P. Viegelmann, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Herman Mr. and Mrs. Clyde F. Wendel
Dr. and Mrs. John Hunkeler

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of the Harry S. Truman Library Institute
Honorary Chair
Margaret Truman Daniel
New York, NY

Fiscal 2006 can be characterized by a vigorous Institute-wide commitment to accountability, efficiency
William C. Nelson and productivity. Staff reorganization has significantly reduced professional fees. A fine-tuned focus on
Chairman, George K. Baum Asset Management mission-driven programs has energized civic and philanthropic leaders. And a more strategic use of
Kansas City, MO
resources on behalf of the Truman Presidential Museum & Library has resulted in an improved image and
Vice Chair
Mary E. Hunkeler
an increase of visitors, defying the national trend of declining museum attendees. Complete audited
Community Volunteer financial statements may be obtained by contacting the Truman Library Institute, Attn: Director of
Shawnee Mission, KS
Administration, 500 West U.S. Highway 25, Independence, MO 64052 (816) 268-8200.
Michael J. Devine
Director, Truman Presidential Museum & Library
Independence, MO


Milton P. Kayle
Counsel, Gilbert, Segall & Young (retired) Program Expenses 64%
New York, NY

Truman Working Office Campaign

Treasurer Administrative Expenses 13% Federal
Roger A. Novak (pending)
CFO, Novak Birks, P.C. $495,000
Kansas City, MO Fundraising Expenses 23%

President Emeritus Fundraising Efficiency $0.19 $688,670


Thomas F. Eagleton
Partner, Thompson Coburn
St. Louis, MO
U.S. Senator (1968-1986) Cash

Don H. Alexander John P. McMeel 2003 2004 2005 2006

President & Owner, Chairman & President,
Alexander & Associates, Inc. Andrews McMeel Universal
Kansas City, KS Kansas City, MO

Carol Anderson, Ph.D. James B. Nutter, Jr. REVENUE & CONTRIBUTIONS

Associate Professor of History, President & CEO,
University of Missouri– James B. Nutter & Company
Columbia Kansas City, MO 54% Contributions (non-campaign) ($1,137,233)
Columbia, MO (includes corporate, foundation and individual giving, bequests, grants, and sponsorships)
Barbara J. Potts
Clifton Truman Daniel Community Volunteer 19% Truman Working Office Campaign ($416,330)*
Director of Public Relations, Independence, MO
Harry S. Truman College Mayor of Independence 12% Investment Income ($244,215)
Chicago, IL (1982-1990)
5% Entrepreneurial Ventures ($102,006)
Richard A. Gephardt Bill Reisler
(includes online Museum Store sales and education program revenues)
Gephardt & Associates, L.C. Managing Director,
Crofton, MD 21114-4194 Kansas City Equity Partners 10% Other ($209,142)
U.S. Congressman Kansas City, MO
(1977-2005) (includes final installment of renovation refund and miscellaneous)
Bryan R. Rogers
Sam F. Hamra President, HCA Healthcare, Total $2,108,926
Chairman & CEO, Midwest Division *Cash receipts only; figures do not reflect the more than $1 million in pledges.
Hamra Enterprises Kansas City, MO
Springfield, MO
Beth K. Smith
Susan M. Hartmann, Ph.D. Community Volunteer
Professor of History and Adjunct Professor, EXPENSES
Women’s Studies, University of Missouri–
Ohio State University Kansas City
Columbus, OH Kansas City, MO 19% Education ($330,421)
Richard S. Kirkendall, Ph.D. Elizabeth T. Solberg 11% Exhibitions ($197,802)
Professor Emeritus of History, Community Volunteer
University of Washington Kansas City, MO
7% Public Programs/Conferences ($124,572)
Seattle, WA
Charles A. Spaulding, III
6% Website & Publications ($101,624)
S. Lee Kling Partner, Parkwood Real Estate 3% Grants & Awards ($53,956)
Chairman, Kling & Company Overland Park, KS
St. Louis, MO 3% Documentary Access ($41,957)
David Stanley
Herbert M. Kohn CEO, Payless Cashways 1% Capital Improvements ($25,559)
Partner, Byran Cave LLP (1983-1998)
Kansas City, MO Livingston, MT 1% Volunteer/Intern Program ($4,964)
Allen L. Lefko Clyde F. Wendel 12% Marketing & PR ($208,305)
Chairman & CEO, President Asset Management,
Bank of Grain Valley and UMB Bank, N.A. 23% Fundraising ($402,421)
Grain Valley Bancshares Managing Director Private
Kansas City, MO Banking, 14% Management & General ($233,376)
UMB Financial Corporation
Thomas R. McGee, Jr. Kansas City, MO Total $1,724,957
Vice President, DST Realty
Kansas City, MO

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We thank all of those who contributed generously during fiscal 2006. Contributions help the Truman Presidential Museum & Library
remain a crown jewel among our nation’s most valued heritage sites. Listed below are gifts received between Oct. 1, 2005 and
Sept. 30, 2006.


The West Wing Council is the premier membership program of the Truman Library Institute. We gratefully acknowledge West Wing Council
members who have chosen to make a significant investment in the Truman Presidential Museum & Library. To learn about joining the elite
ranks of the West Wing Council and enjoying customized and exclusive benefits, please call Alex Burden at (816) 268-8243.
Shirley and Barnett Helzberg Henry W. & Marion H. Bloch Defamco, LP Kansas City Power & Light Kay and Roger Novak
Foundation Foundation Sam Devinki Elizabeth Danforth Shirley and Fred Pryor
Shirley and Barnett Helzberg Marion and Henry Bloch J.E. Dunn Construction Company King Hershey, PC Beth Smith
American Century Foundation Bryan Cave, LLP William Dunn, Sr. Richard A. King Estelle and Morton Sosland
Mary Jo Browne Herb Kohn Fleishman Hillard, Inc. Rosalyn and S. Lee Kling Susan and Tuck Spaulding
ATK Lake City Ammunition Commerce Bank of Kansas City Anne St. Peter Nancy and Herb Kohn David Stanley and Jean Keffeler
Jack H. Figg Jonathan Kemper Mary and John Hunkeler Cheryl Lockton
George K. Baum Foundation Betty and Richard Crumpton Independence Regional Health Robert P. Lyons
Jonathan Baum Jill and Marshall Dean Center Barbara and Bill Nelson
Dan Jones, FACHE Jeannette Nichols

Buck Stops Here Society members are valued partners of the Truman Presidential Museum & Library and Truman Library Institute. Annual
membership gifts—starting at $1,000—provide important support for world-class traveling exhibitions, acclaimed educational programs, and
public programs featuring national and international opinion leaders. To learn more, please call Alex Burden at (816) 268-8243.
Christine and Don Alexander Jane and Richard Bruening June and Sam Hamra Jeanie and Robert Latz Martha and Travis Reed
Harvey S. Bodker Joni and Thornton Cooke The Kansas City Star Jane Lingo Rose Stolowy
Andre Bouchard Bunni and Paul Copaken Pat and Paul Kaplan Jean and Thomas McDonnell
Mary Shaw Branton Laraine and David Gerber Kathleen and Richard Kirkendall Park University

American Century Investments Milton W. Feld Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Foudree Mrs. Barbara Hall Marshall Courtney S. Turner Charitable Trust
DST Systems, Inc. Elaine Feld Stern Charitable Trust Ms. Luella E. Friend Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. McDonnell
J.E. Dunn Construction Company Suzanne Feld Zalk Trust Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Herman Harry Portman Charitable Trust

For a complete list of campaign contributors, please see pg. 9.

$100,000 and Above William T. Kemper Foundation Mrs. Mary Shaw Branton The Sosland Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Paul Copaken
American Century Investments Citigroup Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Morton I. Sosland CST Industries, Inc.
Mrs. Eda Brannan $24,999 to $10,000 Commerce Bank of Kansas City Custom Color Corp.
DST Systems, Inc. American Century Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Crumpton $4,999 to $1,000 Mrs. Ann Dickinson
Ewing Marion Kauffman Americo Life, Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Marshall H. Dean, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Don H. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dillingham
Foundation Andrews McMeel Universal Fdtn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Foudree Mr. and Mrs. William J. Amend Euronet Worldwide
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. AT&T Foundation Garmin International, Inc. Anonymous Milton W. Feld Charitable Trust
McDonnell Dr. and Mrs. John D. Hunkeler GE Insurance Solutions ATK Lake City Ammunition Elaine Feld Stern Charitable Trust
Missouri Development Finance Kansas CIty Royals Charities HCA Healthcare, Midwest Division Atterbury Family Foundation Suzanne Feld Zalk Trust
Board Kansas City Southern Independence Regional Health B.S.C. Holding Company, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David Gerber
James B. Nutter & Company Mr. and Mrs. John P. McMeel Center Ms. Alice Babian Gilbert Consulting Group, LLC
Sprint Foundation Kansas City Chiefs Mr. and Mrs. G. Kenneth Baum Growth Industries Enterprises, Inc.
$99,999 to $50,000 Kling Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. William Blahd Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hall, Sr.
Kansas City Public Library $9,999 to $5,000 Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Lefko Bank of Blue Valley Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Hamra
Mr. and Mrs. R. Crosby Kemper, III Bank Midwest Mader Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Willard L. Boyd Dr. Susan M. Hartmann
Bank of America Foundation Mrs. Peggy Massman The Bridgewater Fund Inc. Shirley and Barnett Helzberg Fdtn.
$49,999 to $25,000 Bank of Grain Valley Mid-America Retina Consultants Bryan Cave, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Herman
Anonymous George K. Baum Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Marshall V. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Cooke, II Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Kaplan
J.E. Dunn Construction Company BlueCross BlueShield of Kansas City Harry Portman Charitable Trust Copaken Family Foundation Mrs. Barney A. Karbank

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