Margaret Truman, left, and her mother, Bess, look over the shoulder of Harry S. Truman in Kansas City on Nov. 7, 1944, as he makes a chart of election returns. As possibly the first First Daughter in the age of modern media, she quickly learned the perils of political celebrity and came to disdain Washington.
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