What did President Truman's middle initial stand for?The first person to correctly comment on this story about what the "S" stands for in Harry S. Truman gets a free UNMC lapel pin.
If you don't know, maybe you can find out today when Dr. William Worley brings his Harry Truman impersonation to campus today for a Durham Museum presentation.
Where: Sorrell Center, Room 2010. Employees are encouraged to bring lunch.
What: Dr. Worley will step in to the former president's shoes to show how his willingness to make difficult decisions during and after World War II have brought him to historic consideration as one of America's top 10 presidents. Learn how Truman gained the nomination for vice-president -- which he did not seek -- in 1944 that led to his becoming president when President Franklin Roosevelt died in April 1945.
Who: Dr. Worley is a historical consultant, teacher and author who holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of Kansas.