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


Thursday, July 10, 1947
   
9:45 am Senator Alben M. Barkley, Ky.
(The President told him to come up at this time)
10:30 am Press and Radio Conference [Public Papers]
10:55 am (Mr. Tom Evans)
11:00 am Dr. Edwin G. Nourse, Chairman, Council of Economic
Advisers
Hon. Leon H. Keyserling, Vice Chairman
Honorable John D. Clark, Member
(Dr. Nourse phoned Mr. Connelly yesterday to ask
for this appointment)
11:15 am Senator William B. Umstead, N. C.
Mr. J. G. Gibbs, of State Highway and Public Works
Commission of Raleigh, N. C.
Senator Clyde Hoey, N. C.
(Senator Umstead took up with Director Webb,
last May, the desire of Mr. Gibbs to present a table
to the President. Mr. Gibbs has made this table,
which has top 23 by 38 inches on which he has inlaid
the map of the United States from 51 species of
rare woods in their natural color, from every corner
of the globe.)
11:30 am Cadet Jack L. Capps, Co. L, 2nd Regiment,
U. S. Military Academy
(To present the President with copy of 1947 HOWITZER,
U. S. Military Academy annual. Received his appoint-
ment from the President, then Senator, 1944. Is
from Liberty, Mo. Presented this to the President
in 1945 and 1946.)
11:45 am The President received the National Committeemen,
Committeewomen and the State Presidents of the
Young Democratic Clubs of America:
Agnew, Mrs. Anne, Columbia, South Carolina
Allen, Enoch S., Ironton, Ohio
Allison, Kermit, Filer, Idaho
Baker, Roy, Sherman, Texas
Barrett, Kay, Texas
Benninate, Don, Arizona
Bernstein, Charles, Phoenix, Arizona
Blackman, Robert, Denver, Colorado
Blatt, Genevieve, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Blundell, James H., Dallas, Texas
Bredemayer, Mrs. June, Portland, Oregon
Brock, Thomas D., Detroit, Michigan
Broughton, Thomas, Lanoir, N. C.
Brown, Robert, Huntington Beach, Calif.
Camplin, Miss Gerald, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Cant, Elizabeth G., Washington, D. C.
Carmen, Chris, Los Angeles, California
Carr, Joe C., President, Young Democratic Clubs of
America, Nashville, Tenn.
Carroll, Mrs. Frank X., Jr., Pensacola, Fla.
Cartwright, Buck, Wewoka, Oklahoma
Christoffersen, Wayne, Salt Lake City, Utah
Clement, Frank C., Jr., Nashville, Tenn.
Collins, Everett S., Sapulpa, Okla.
Condrey, Joseph P., Phoenix, Arizona
Crofton, Walter T., Jr., Parkersburg, W. Va.
Cronin, Ruth, Burlington, Vermont
Crowell, William J., Tonopah, Nevada
Cullinan, Catherine, Providence, Rhode Island
Daly, Gene, Great Falls, Montana
Dance, Nellie, Bismarck, N. D.
DePaolo, Joseph N., Meriden, Conn.
Dempsey, John, Putnam, Conn.
Dennehy, Joseph, Willimatic, Conn.
Dickinson, Joseph R., Jr., Reading, Pa.
Dittmar, Florence, Boulder, Colorado
Donahue, Parnell J., Bonesteal, South Dakota
Donnelly, Clement F., Carnston, Rhode Island
Dugan, John F., Treasurer, Young Democratic Clubs
of America, Louisville, Kentucky
Dwyer, Everett, Providence, Rhode Island
Elder, John, Cleveland, Ohio
Fabian, R. M., Ga.
Feeney, Joseph, Washington, D. C.
Flynn, William, Dickinson, N. D.
Frink, J, Marion, Southport, North Carolina
Fouree, Everett, Mason County, Washington
Glass, Kay, North Carolina
Goldsborough, Edna A., Washington, D. C.
Goodsell, Mae, Hartford, Connecticut
Grant, W. Cecil, Daytona Beach, Florida
Gray, Margaret, Wells, Nevada
Green, Mrs. Mark Griffin, Riverside, Iowa
Groves, Ralph, Columbus, Ohio
Hale, N. W., Jr., Memphis, Tenn.
Hampton, Mrs. Mildred McCardell, Malvern, Pa.
Hanhard, Eugene, Dover, Ohio
Hansen, Mrs. Theodorn, Long Beach, California
Harper, R. Cliff, Columbia, South Carolina
Henchan, Thomas, Chicago, Illinois
Hodge, J. B., Independence, Missouri
Holland, William J., Sisseton, S. Dakota
Ihlenfeld, Charles, Wheeling, West Virginia
Kerr, Robert M., Jr., Blackfoot, Idaho
King, Daly, Fargo, North Dakota
Knox, Senator Robert, Thomson, Ga.
Lancione, A. C., Bellaire, Ohio
Larcombe, Ray, Warrenton, Va.
Lawson, Paul, Illinois
Lessard, Alton A., Lewiston, Maine
Lewis, Jerdie D., Secretary, Young Democratic
Clubs of America, Terre Haute, Ind.
Lowman, Harry K., Ashland, Kentucky
Marks, Joseph Z., Des Moines, Iowa
Martin, M. Clifford, Milwaukee, Oregon
Martinez, Bill, Elko, Nevada
McCarthy, John V., Bridgeport, Conn.
McElveny, Mrs. Dorothy W., Richard, Washington
McMath, Sidney, Hot Springs, Arkansas
Miles, Merceda, Macon, Missouri
Millen, Hugh, Oak Park, Illinois
Miller, Mrs. Ymolda C., Albuquerque, New Mexico
Morgan, Minot C., Jr., Princeton, New Jersey
Murphy, D. M., Jr., Omaha, Nebraska
Murray, James M., Jr., Hobbs, New Mexico
Nagy, John, Cleveland, Ohio
Nette, John, Providence, Rhode Island
Newbill, Josephine, Richmond, Virginia
Nordhoff, Arthur C., Japser, Indiana
Oliver, Monica, Boise, Idaho
Pariai, Angela, New York, New York
Perry, Dick, Republic, Washington
Poplin, Mrs. Jane, Langley, Oklahoma
Preston, Le Roy W.
Primm, W. J., Jr., Washington, D. C.
Quinn, Charles, Trenton, New Jersey
Radford, DuVal, Bedford, Virginia
Rafferty, Dale, Shelbyville, Indiana
Rhodes, William C., National Director, Young
Democratic Clubs of America
Ritvo, Marian, Massachusetts
Roach, William N., Silver Springs, Maryland
Schade, Melva, Salt Lake City, Utah
Scheunemann, Edward J., Denver, Colorado
Sharp, Mrs. Thelma P., Vineland, New Jersey
Sherman, W. Howard, Rutland, Vermont
Shirkey, Bertha, El Dorado, Kansas
Simpson, Mrs. Hugh, Knoxville, Tenn.
Smith, Jim, Tuscumbia, Alabama
Stanton, Willian, Springfield, Illinois
Sylvester, George II, Wilmington, Delaware
Thornburg, Robert, Jefferson City, Missouri
Troy, Jeromiah, Dorechester, Massachusetts
Troy, Jeromiah, Boston, Massachusetts
Van Cleave, Thomas M., Kansas City, Kansas
Vredenburgh, Mrs. Dorothy, Vice President, Young
Democratic Clubs of America, Vredenburgh, Alabama
Wallace, Robert, Columbus, Ohio
Warren, William, Wichita, Kansas
Warvel, Helen, Indianapolis, Indiana
Wemple, Edith, Midland, Texas
Wheeler, W. Felix, Columbia, South Carolina
White, Jack C., Iowa City, Iowa
White, Mrs. Jack, Iowa City, Iowa
Whitener, Basil, Gastonia, North Carolina
Whitworth, Milton T., Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Wiseman, Mrs. Mary Newcomer, Mansfield, Ohio
Wood, Mrs. William, Portland, Oregon
Wood, William D., Ogden, Utah
12:00 pm Honorable Frank P. Corrigan, American Ambassador
to Venezuela
(Phoned Mr. Connelly direct for this)
12:15 pm The President signed the proclamation declaring
Friday, August 1, 1947, AIR FORCE DAY. The following
were present:
Honorable W. Stuart Symington, Assistant Secretary
of War
Lt. General Hoyt S. Vandenberg, Acting Deputy
Commander, Army Air Forces
Major General Lauris Norstad
General James H. Doolittle
12:25 pm (Honorable Bryce Smith)
12:30 pm The Secretary of State [George C. Marshall]
(Usual Thursday appointment)
1:00 pm (Lunch)

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President Truman signing a proclamation for Army Air Force Day.



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