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This Presidential Appointments Calendar is based upon the records contained in the
Matthew J. Connelly Files

Friday, November 23, 1945
    [Public Papers: Citation Accompanying the Legion of Merit Awarded to Crown Prince Olav of Norway]
10:00 am Cabinet [Meeting] [minutes]
11:00 am Mr. Maple Harl, State Bank Commissioner, Denver.
11:30 am Hon. Harold Smith
12:00 pm Mr. Arch Stafford, Pres. American War Dads; Mr. Earl
W. Shinn; Mr. B. Roy Dudley
(Stafford elected at their last convention and wishes
to present to the President set of resolutions which were
adopted at their convention in St. Louis)
12:15 pm Hon. J. Balfour, the Minister of Great Britain;
The Very Rev. Hewlett Johnson, Dean of Canterbury;
Mr. Corliss Lamont; Rev. Howard Melish
(The Dean is in this country to participate in meetings
being held by National Council of American-Soviet
Friendship, Inc., in commemoration of anniversary of
establishment of diplomatic relations between two
countries and the anniversary of the founding of the
Soviet State)
12:30 pm Gen. Joseph T. McNarney
12:45 pm Col. Delbert Ausmus
(Bringing to the President piece of flag that flew
over Corregidor when it surrendered)
1:00 pm (Lunch)
3:00 pm The Secretary of Labor [Lewis B. Schwellenbach]; (Dr. John Steelman);
(Hon. John Snyder); (Hon. Samuel I. Rosenman)
3:30 pm (Hon. Samuel I. Rosenman; Hon. John Snyder)

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