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


Friday, April 25, 1947
   
Executive Orders:  [9843 AUTHORIZING THE Secretary of the Navy TO TRANSFER CERTAIN VESSELS AND MATERIAL AND TO FURNISH CERTAIN ASSISTANCE TO THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA]
10:00 am Cabinet [Meeting] [minutes]
(Mr. Dean Acheson for State, Mr. Jesse M. Donaldson for Post
Office and Mr. John L. Sullivan for Navy)
10:45 am (The Secretary of the Treasury [John W. Snyder] stayed for a few
minutes after Cabinet for a private appointment
with the President)
11:00 am (Mr. Roy Harper)
11:25 am (Mr. Jim Finnegan)
(Mr. John J. Dwyer)
11:30 am (Mr. Merle Young)
(Wanted to talk about his trip to Kansas City and
the RFC office there)
11:45 am (Honorable Stanley Woodward)
(Admiral James Foskett)
12:00 pm (Mr. Bruce Lambert)
(Phoned Mr. Matthew Connelly yesterday to ask if he could
have just a minute with the President)
12:15 pm (Mr. Dick Nacy)
(Wrote Mr. Matthew Connelly that he would be here and
would like a few minutes with the President)
12:30 pm Senator Elbert D. Thomas, Utah
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Evans
(Senator Thomas asked if the President could receive
Mr. Evans, the sculptor who did the work on the
Jefferson Memorial. Mr. Evans was ill on the day
the Memorial was dedicated and did not get to meet
the President (then President Roosevelt), and
would feel greatly honored if he might have this chance
to meet President Truman. Asked if his wife might
come with him.)
12:45 pm (Mr. Felix Blair)
(Arranged by Mr. Charles Ross)
1:00 pm (Lunch)
5:00 pm The President and the following left the White House
for a cruise aboard the USS WILLIAMSBURG:
Honorable William D. Hassett; Honorable Clark Clifford;
Admiral James Foskett; Dr. John Steelman; Mr. David
K. Niles; Mr. George Schoeneman; Judge Richmond Keech;
Mr. Edwin Locke; Mr. Charles Murphy; Dr. T. J. Burns;
Mr. Eben Ayers; Mr. Maurice Latta


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