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, July 23, 1951
   
8:00 am The President and his guests left the USS WILLIAMSBURG, after
docking at Pier #1, Naval Gun Factory, Washington, D.C.
The President motored directly to the Blair house.
    [Public Papers: Special Message to the Congress: The President's Midyear Economic Report]
9:45 am (Admiral Sidney Souers)
(Mr. James Lay) OFF THE RECORD
10:00 am BIG FOUR
Honorable Alben Barkley, the Vice President
Honorable Sam Rayburn, the Speaker of the House
Senator Ernest W. McFarland, Arizona
Congressman John W. McCormack, Massachusetts
11:00 am (Staff)
12:15 pm Dr. Harold W. Tribble, President, Wake Forest College, Wake College,
North Carolina
Judge Hubert E. Olive, Chairman, Board of Trustees
Mr. Egbert L. Davis, Winston Salem, N.C.
Mr. Charles H. Babcock, Winston Salem, N.C.
(Honorable Gordon Gray)
(Arranged at request of Gordon Gray; invited the President to come
to Wake Forest College)
12:30 pm Honorable Dean Acheson, the Secretary of State
(Usual Monday appointment)
1:00 pm (Lunch)
3:15 pm Honorable Francis Matthews, newly appointed Ambassador to Ireland
3:30 pm Honorable Raymond Foley, Administrator, Housing and Home Finance Agency
3:45 pm Honorable John W. Snyder, the Secretary of the Treasury
4:10 pm (Judge Roy Harper) OFF THE RECORD


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