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

Wednesday, February 27, 1946
    [Public Papers: Telegram to Leading Citizens Concerning the Need for a Voluntary Food Conservation Program]
10:15 am Cong. Tom Pickett, Texas; Cong. Paul J. Kilday, Texas;
Cong. Milton H. West, Texas; Cong. R. Ewing Thomason, Texas;
Cong. John E. Lyle, Texas; Cong. Luther A. Johnson, Texas;
Dr. Harmon Lowman, Pres. Texas State Teachers College,
Huntsville, Texas.
(To extend invitation to the President to receive Degree
of Doctor of Laws from this College on May 5th, at which
time President Camacho of Mexico will receive same degree)
10:30 am Hon. Owen J. Roberts
(Wrote the President there is matter he deems of vital
importance to the country about which he would like to
talk to the President for few minutes Feb. 27th.)
11:00 am Hon. W. John Kenney, Asst. Secretary of the Navy
(Secretary James Forrestal asked that the President see)
11:45 am Mr. James Shepley
(At request of General George Marshall -- see General's
Secret Memo. Attached)
12:00 pm Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt
12:15 pm Sen. Chapman Revercomb, West Virginia; Mr. Wade H. Kepner;
Mr. Roy Heinlen.
12:30 pm Mr. N. T. Veatch
(Wrote he would be in Washington several days and had
matter he wanted very much to discuss with the President)
1:00 pm (Lunch - Cabinet - ten present)
3:30 pm The Secretary of State [James F. Byrnes]; The Secretary of the Navy [James Forrestal];
Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz.

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