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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


Wednesday, February 18, 1948
   
    [Public Papers: Special Message to the Congress on the Need for Assistance to China]
10:45 am Honorable John W. Snyder, Secretary of the Treasury
Honorable A. Lee M. Wiggins, Under Secretary of the
Treasury
Honorable Robert A. Lovett, Under Secretary of State
Honorable William McC. Martin, Jr., Chairman
and President, Export-Import Bank of Washington
Honorable Willard J. Thorp, Assistant Secretary
of State
Honorable William Pawley, U. S. Ambassador to Brazil
Honorable John McCloy
11:00 am Honorable Chester Bowles
(Wired Mr. Matthew Connelly that he intended to be in
Washington at this time and would like to talk to
the President)
11:15 am (Colonel Louis Johnson)
(Mr. Perry Brown)
(off record)
11:30 am Honorable Wilson Wyatt
(To make final report on Jackson Day Dinner)
11:45 am Honorable Eric Johnston
Mr. Boris Shiskin, of A. F. of L.
(To invite the President to address, or make an
appearance, at Family Life Conference)
12:00 pm Mr. Robert E. Sherwood
(Wrote Mr. Matthew Connelly in January to ask if he might
call on the President at this time)
12:15 pm Honorable Joseph J. Lawler, Third Assistant, P.M.G.
Honorable James Hanlon, Mayor of Scranton, Pa.
Mr. James W. McNulty, City Solicitor of Scranton
Mr. Michael Lawler, Chairman, Board of Commissioners
(brother of Jos. Lawler)
Mr. Joseph Linnon, Democratic County Chairman
Mr. Sam Nageeberg
(Joseph Lawler asked Mr. Matthew Connelly sometime ago if he
might bring these gentlemen in to shake hands)
12:30 pm The President received a delegation from the
  Conference of Christians and Jews, who presented
  to the President their first National Award:
  Thomas E. Braniff Marquis Childs
  Everett R. Clinchy William Green
  Henry Noble MacCracken Louis Nizer
  Robert P. Patterson J. Robert Rubin
  David O. Selznick George F. Zook
12:45 pm (Mr. William Delano)
(Mr. Lorenzo Winslow)
(Mr. Delano phoned Mr. Winslow last week to ask it he
might come in re portico, off record)
1:00 pm (The President gave an off record luncheon at the
White House for Assistant Secretaries:
Charles F. Brannan, Agriculture
David K. E. Bruce, Commerce
John R. Alison, Commerce
William E. Warne, Interior
C. Girard Davidson, Interior
Paul P. Rao, Justice
Theron Lamar Caudle, Justice
John F. Sonnett, Justice
David L. Bazelon, Justice
A. Devitt Vanech, Justice
T. Vincent Quinn, Justice
John W. Gibson, Labor
John T. Kent, Labor
Gordon Gray, Army
John Nicholas Brown, Navy
Mark Edwin Andrews, Navy
Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney, Air Force
Eugene M. Zuckert, Air Force
Paul Aiken, Post Office
Josephy J. Lawler, Post Office
Walter Myers, Post Office
Willard L. Thorp, State
John E. Peurifoy, State
Norman Armour, State
Edward H. Foley, Jr., Treasury
3:30 pm Secretary James Forrestal
General Omar Bradley
Secretary George C. Marshall
General Hoyt Vandenberg
Admiral William Leahy
Admiral Lewis Denfeld
Secretary Kenneth C. Royall
General A. M. Gruenther
Colonel Robert Landry
Captain Robert Dennison
4:00 pm The Secretary of the Treasury [John W. Snyder]

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President Harry S. Truman Presented with an Award from the National Conference of Christians and Jews



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