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


Monday, April 18, 1949
   
    [Public Papers: Statement by the President Making Public the Report of the Commission on Labor Relations in Atomic Energy Installations]
11:00 am Honorable Raymond M. Foley, Administrator, Housing and
Home Finance Agency
(Phoned Mr. Connelly last week to ask for this)
11:15 am Mrs. India Edwards
(Phoned Mr. Connelly last week to ask for this)
11:20 am (Lt. Henry Hanson, USN)
11:30 am Mr. William H. Davis
Mr. Edwin Witte
Mr. Aaron Horwitz
(This Committee appointed by the President to look into
Atomic Energy labor relations. Wished to make a report.)
11:45 am Honorable Francis Biddle
(Former Attorney General. Phoned Mr. Connelly early last week
to ask for this)
12:00 pm (Dr. Henry F. Smyth)
(Off the record - Dr. Smyth is Head of Chemistry, Physics
Department of Princeton University. Mr. Dawson arranged)
12:20 pm The President left for the Capitol, where he attended the
Annual Baseball Luncheon.
2:20 pm The President returned to Blair House.
2:30 pm The President left the Blair House for the Griffith
Stadium, where attended the opening Baseball Game.

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Harry and Bess Truman at Opening Game of Baseball Season



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