Harry S. Truman Library and Museum, Missouri

The Harry S. Truman Library and Museum is part of the Presidential Library system administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. The Library preserves the papers and other materials produced during and before Truman’s presidency. The Truman Library’s collections are available to all researchers on an equal basis. A small portion of the library’s manuscript collection, less than one percent of the total volume, is restricted and not open to research (primarily for national security reasons). Visit the library’s Web site or contact the library staff for further information.

Harry S Truman Library (500 W US Highway 24, Independence, MO 64050) is approximately 35 miles from Kansas City International Airport, about three miles east of the Winner Road exit off I-435 (Kansas City’s circle highway). from the airport: east and south on I-435 (Kansas City’s circumferential highway) approximately 32 miles, to the Winner Road exit (Winner Road becomes U.S. Highway 24), and then east 3 miles to the library, which is prominently visible on the north side of U.S. Highway 24.; from the north: I-35 to I-435 south to Winner Road/U.S. Highway 24 east.; from the east: I-70 to Noland Road north (about 5 miles) to U.S. Highway 24 west (about 1 mile). Watch carefully for the Truman Library direction sign at the intersection of Noland Road and U.S. Highway 24.; from the south: I-35 to I-435 east and north, to Winner Road/U.S. Highway 24 east.; from the west: I-70 to I-435 north, to Winner Road/U.S. Highway 24 east.

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