The following item was taken from the Sept. 24 through 30, 1961, Examiner.

The following item was taken from the Sept. 24 through 30, 1961, Examiner.


Harry S. Truman was named first winner of the Thomas Jefferson award of the National Society of Interior Designers. The group praised the former president for contributing to the American heritage and culture “by architectural changes to the White House in accordance with the original design.”