White Glove Wednesdays at back at the Truman Library, a chance for the staff to briefly show and describe some of the thousands of Truman artifacts for which there isn’t space for permanent display. These are postcard watercolors that Harry Truman acquired in France (he served in World War I, the subject of a current special exhibit) and gave them to Bess. They are on display at 11 a.m. today. Coming up: A camera carried in France during World War I on May 30, a bronze bust of Truman aide George Kennan on June 6, and Truman’s folding camp chair on June 13. The museum is at 500 West U.S. 24 in Independence.