Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum

Daily Appointments
of Harry S. Truman

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This Presidential Appointments Calendar is based upon the records contained in the
Matthew J. Connelly Files

Monday, March 24, 1947
10:45 am (Honorable John E. Peurifoy, Assistant Secretary
of State)
11:00 am Major General John F. O'Ryan, Army Reserve Corps,
New York City
(Phoned Mr. Connelly while the President was at
Key West, to ask for this.)
11:15 am Honorable Paul Porter
(Phoned Mr. Connelly last week to ask if he might
come in to report on his trip.)
11:30 am Mr. George Killion
(This appointment was postponed from last Wednesday,
due to the President's decision to prolong his
visit in Florida.)
12:00 pm The Secretary of Agriculture [Clinton P. Anderson]
The Secretary of War [Robert P. Patterson]
Mr. Tracy Voorhees
The Secretary of Commerce [W. Averell Harriman]
Honorable Willard Thorp of the State Department
(Dr. John Steelman)
(Secretary Anderson asked if the President would see,
that they might speak to the President of the difficulty
in the Army program for the production of fertilizer.
Group known as the Cabinet Subcommittee on food.)
1:00 pm (Lunch)
3:30 pm (Mr. Howell Crim)
(Mr. Alphonso Winslow)
3:45 pm (Honorable John Steelman)
(Honorable Charles Murphy)
8:00 pm The Big Six meet with the President at the White House
in the Oval Room:
Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, Mich.
Senator Wallace H. White, Jr., Maine
Senator Alben W. Barkley, Ky.
Speaker Joseph W. Martin, Jr., Mass.
Congressman Sam Rayburn, Texas
Congressman A. Halleck, Ind.

The creation of this online resource was made possible in part by funding from the William T. Kemper Foundation - Commerce Bank, Trustee.