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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, March 18, 1946
    [Public Papers: Exchange of Messages With President Bierut of Poland Concerning Grain Shipments by UNRRA]
10:00 am Sen. Kenneth McKellar, Tenn.; Sen. Alben W. Barkley, Ky.;
Speaker Sam Rayburn, Tex.; Cong. John W. McCormack, Mass.
11:15 am Cong. Thomas E. Martin, Iowa; Mr. G.C. Monckmaier, of
Davenport, Iowa.
(The Congressman asked if he might bring in Mr. Monckmaier,
a manufacturer of Davenport, who has a nephew who is a
German prisoner of war)
11:30 am Hon. James Lawrence Fly
(Asked for the appointment)
11:45 am Hon. Myron Taylor
(The President wrote him March 11th, "I hope I'll have an
opportunity to see you before you start back to Italy")
12:00 pm Rev. Robert I. Gannon, President, Fordham University
(Father Gannon wishes to personally extend the invitation
to the President to accept honorary degree at Fordham
May 11th, and attend Fordham's centenary dinner that
12:15 pm Hon. John G. Winant, U.S. Ambassador to Gr. Britain
(Asked for the appointment)
12:30 pm The Secretary of State [James F. Byrnes]
(Usual Monday appointment)
1:00 pm (Lunch)
3:30 pm The Rt. Hon. the Earl of Athlone, and the Princess Alice and
the Countess of Halifax.
3:45 pm The Secretary of the Navy [James Forrestal]
4:00 pm (Mr. Edwin Locke)

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