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, January 30, 1950
   
    [Public Papers: Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House on U.S. Assistance to Palestine Refugees]
10:00 am The Vice President [Alben W. Barkley]
The Speaker of the House
Honorable John McCormack, Congr. from Massachusetts
Senator Scott Lucas, Illinois
(Usual Monday meeting of the Big Four)
11:00 am (Staff Meeting)
11:30 am Honorable John Blandford, Deputy Chief of the ECA mission in
Greece
(Wants to present President with piece of ancient Greek
pottery which is gift to President from one of the
Greek Ministers)
11:45 am Congressman William L. Dawson, Illinois
(Called Mr. Connelly for appointment)
12:00 pm Congressman Fred Marshall, Minnesota
(Arranged by Colonel Maylon
12:15 pm General Kenneth Royall
(Called Mr. Connelly and stated he would be in city today)
12:30 pm Honorable Leon Keyserling Council of Economic Advisers
Honorable John Clark, Council of Economic Advisers
1:00 pm (Cabinet Luncheon)
(All present except Attorney General.)
3:15 pm Honorable John Sullivan
(Called Mr. Connelly for appointment)
3:30 pm Senator George Aiken, Vt.
4:00 pm Major General Lewis A. Pick
(Chief of Engineers, Gravelly Point, Virginia)
4:30 pm Mr. John Carver
Mr. William Bundschu
(Boys sent in by Mrs. Truman to shake hands with the President)


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