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

Friday, February 1, 1946
10:00 am Cabinet Meeting [minutes]
(All present)
11:00 am Hon. Cliff Woodrum; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lindsey Almond, Jr.
(Mr. Woodrum asked to bring in Mr. Almond, who is to take
his place in Congress. Almond being sworn in today)
11:15 am Congressman Joe Hendricks, Fla.
(Asked for this)
11:30 am Mr. Dillon Myer
(Secretary Ickes' choice for Under Secretaryship -
Ickes asked that he come in to see the President)
12:00 pm (Mr. D.B. Robertson, President, brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen and Enginemen)
(Asked to come in five minutes off record before Tuesday,
by then he thinks they will be about ready to act in
Chicago on this wage situtation. Had just heard yester-
day evening, when he called, that the Arbitrators were
appointed as far as partisans concerned, leaving three
neutrals still to be appointed - thought before things
developed any further he should talk to the President,
off record)
12:15 pm (Mr. Lou Holland)
12:30 pm Senator Scott W. Lucas, Ill.; Mr. Floyd V. Condit; Mr. and
Mrs. S.J. Phiglieri; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kempp; Mr. Harry
C. Hausman; Mr. George R. Boyles.
1:00 pm (Lunch)
3:00 pm The Secretary of the Treasury [Fred M. Vinson]
3:30 pm Senator Brien McMahon, Connecticut
(Asked for appointment)
4:00 pm Mr. Nathan Feinsinger, Chairman, Steel Fact Finding Board;
Justice James M. Douglas; Associate Justice Roger I. McDonough.

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