This Presidential Appointments Calendar is based upon the records contained in the
Matthew J. Connelly Files
|Thursday, July 3, 1947|
|[Public Papers: Special Message to the Congress on the Trusteeship Agreement for the Territory of the Pacific Islands]|
(Mr. Barnet Nover)|
(Came to see Mr. Matthew Connelly and saw the President, off
Senator Clyde R. Hoey, N. C.|
Senator William B. Umstead, N. C.
Senator Forrest C. Donnell, Mo.
Senator James P. Kem, Mo.
Congressman Carl T. Durham, N. C.
(Senator Hoey phoned Mr. Matthew Connelly to ask if these
gentlemen might call on the President to invite
him to attend the Missouri-Duke Football Game this
(Honorable Fred Hauser, Attorney General of California)|
(This request was made by the Vice Chairman of the
California Democratic State Committee, as well as by
Mr. Ralph Pittman of this city. Mr. Hauser is a
Republican but very friendly to the Administration and
they feel he might be quite helpful.)
(The Secretary of the Treasury [John W. Snyder])|
(Congressman Sam Rayburn, Texas)
(Congressman Robert Doughton, N. C.)
(Congressman Rayburn phoned Mr. Matthew Connelly yesterday
to arrange for this off-the-record appointment.)
Honorable James E. Webb, Director, Bureau of the Budget|
Honorable Robert L. Cochran
(The President asked that they come in.)
The Secretary of State [George C. Marshall]|
(Honorable John R. Steelman)
(The President said to have Mr. John Steelman come in when
the Secretary of State had his next appointment)
(The President, accompanied by Admiral William Leahy, |
Secretary of the Treasury John Snyder, and other guests, departed the
White House by motor at 2.20 p.m.(DST) and arrived
at the Woodward estate (Colle) in Charlottesville,
Virginia, at 4.20 p.m.(EST), where they were greeted
by their host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Woodward.
Mr. Charles Ross and Mr. Clark Clifford were also guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Woodward. Mr. Reinsch, Mr. Eben Ayers, and Mr. Jack Romagna
registered at the Monticello Hotel in Charlottesville.
Mr. William Hassett did not make the trip. Secretary John Snyder
remained at the residence as a guest of Mr. Stanley Woodward for
dinner and departed at 11.00 p.m. for the Farmington Club
where he was the week-end guest of Mr. Frank K. Houston,
President of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation.)
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