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


Thursday, December 20, 1945
   
    [Public Papers: Letter to Senator Wagner and Representative Manasco Concerning the Full Employment Bill]
    [Public Papers: Letter to Dr. Isaiah Bowman on Federal Assistance for Scientific Research]
10:00 am The President will sign the Reorganization Bill in presence
of following invited guests: Sen. Pat McCarran, Nev.;
Sen. Abe Murdock, Utah; Cong. William Whittington, Miss.;
Hon. Lindsay C. Warren; Sen. Harry F. Byrd, Va.; Cong. Carter
Manasco, Ala.; Hon. Harold D. Smith
[Public Papers: Statement by the President Upon Signing the Reorganization Act of 1945]
10:15 am Mr. James E. Barnes
(Of Todd Shipyards, asked for two minutes)
10:30 am The Secretary of the Interior [Harold L. Ickes]
(Asked for this appointment)
10:45 am The British Ambassador; Admiral Sir Henry Ruthven Moore.
(Moore is new head of British Admiralty delegation in
U.S., replacing Admiral Sir James Somerville - was lately
Commander in Chief of the British Home Fleet)
11:00 am Mr. Joseph Davidson, Adjutant, National Press Club Post No. 20,
American Legion; Mr. W.W. Wheeler; Mr. Carter Brooke Jones;
Mr. Harry E. Radcliffe; Mr. Sotorios Nicholson; Mr. Eddie
Lewis; Mr. Paul McGhee.
(They invited the President to their monthly meeting on
December 18th, and he was unable to attend - so they are
bringing over the scroll which they had intended presenting
to him then. Scroll is presented as the President is first
Legionnair to hold office of the President of the U.S.)
11:15 am Rear Admiral Earle W. Mills, Assistant Chief of Bur. of Ships
(Arranged through Admiral William D. Leahy)
11:30 am Miss Dorothy Thompson; Mr. Ely Culbertson
(Arranged by Mr. Robert Hannegan)
12:00 pm Hon. Herschel V. Johnson, American Minister to Sweden
(In this country and wants to see the President)
12:30 pm Hon. Dean Acheson, Acting Secretary of State
1:00 pm (Lunch)
4:00 pm Press and Radio Conference [Public Papers]


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