Harry S. and Bess Truman On June 28, 1919, 35 year old Harry S. Truman married 34 year old Bess Wallace, ending a nine year courtship. The bridesmaid on the left is Louise Wells and on the right is Helen Wallace. In the back row are the best man, Ted Marks, and Bess's brother Frank, who gave her away.
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[Photo] Wedding photo of Harry Truman and Bess Wallace, 219 N. Delaware, Independence, Missouri, United States, 28 Jun 1919