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, February 16, 1948
   
    [Public Papers: Special Message to the Congress Transmitting Second Report on Assistance to Greece and Turkey]
10:30 am (Mr. Tony Vacarro)
(Mr. Paul Wotten)
(Mr. Bob Nixon)
11:00 am Congressman Charles K. Fletcher, Calif.
(Presented to the President some flowers and other
things which were sent to Washington by air, for
the President from the people of San Diego County.)
11:30 am (Honorable Louis Johnson)
(Honorable J. Monroe Johnson, Member Interstate
Commerce Commission)
(Colonel Leonce LaGendra)
(J. Monroe Johnson called Mr. Connelly last week to
ask for this appointment)
11:45 am Honorable George McGill, Member, U. S. Tariff Commission
(Phoned Mr. Connelly last week to say that he
was going to Kansas to attend some affair, and before
leaving on February 19th, would like to talk to
the President)
12:00 pm Honorable Lewis W. Douglas, U. S. Ambassador to
Great Britain
(Phoned Saturday to ask if he might see the President)
12:30 pm The Secretary of State [George C. Marshall]
(Usual Monday appointment)
1:00 pm (Cabinet Luncheon - all present except
Secretary of the Treasury)
3:00 pm (Speech Conference)
8:20 pm (Left for Constitution Hall with Mrs. Truman and Miss
Truman for concert by Miss Jeannette MacDonald)


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