Sadako Crane Donation to the Truman Library
Clifton Truman Daniel welcomed a Japanese atomic bomb survivor to his grandfather’s presidential library in Independence, Missouri, for the donation of a rare paper crane that became a symbol of peace and reconciliation after World War II.
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