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, May 21, 1945
9:30 am Congr. Andrew J. May, Ky.
9:45 am Congr. Frank T. Starkey, Minn.
10:00 am Mr. Paul Stark, of Mo. (re victory gardens)
10:10 am Maj. Herbert C. Van Smith
10:15 am Hon. W. Averell Harriman
10:20 am Mr. Paul Dillon; Judge John W. Joynt
10:30 am Hon. Georges Bidault, Minister for Foreign
Affairs for France
11:00 am Hon. Bryce Smith (former Mayor of Kansas City and an
old friend)
11:15 am The Secretary of Labor [Frances Perkins]
11:30 am The Secretary of Labor [Frances Perkins]
11:45 am Mr. Michael D. Konomas of Kansas City
(Supreme President of the Order of Aheppa)
12:00 pm Mr. C. B. Baldwin; Hon. Elmer Benson, Former Governor
of Minnesota
12:15 pm His Grace, Archbishop Athenagoras, Head of the Greek
Orthodox Church of North and South America
12:30 pm Dr. John R. Mott (in charge of YMCA among prisoners of war
in 30 nations)
12:45 pm Mr. Clarence Pickett; Mr. Harold Evans;
Mr. Paul J. Furnas (representatives of American Friends
Service Committee)
1:00 pm Address Joint Session of the Congress and Present
One Hundredth Congressional Medal of Honor to be
awarded an Infantryman, Sgt. Jake Lindsay
[Public Papers]
2:00 pm Hon. Harold D. Smith
3:00 pm Hon. Harlan F. Stone, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Truman Photographs for May 21, 1945
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President Harry S. Truman Awarding Medal of Honor

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