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, April 28, 1949
    [Public Papers: Special Message to the Congress Transmitting the Charter for the International Trade Organization]
8:30 am (Mr. Augustus Tach [Tack]- artist)
(Mr. Gifford Proctor)
(Off the record)
10:30 am Press and Radio Conference [Public Papers]
11:00 am (Honorable Thomas McCabe, Chairman, Board of Governors,
Federal Reserve System)
(Asked Mr. Connelly if he might come in off-the-record)
11:15 am General Ralph Truman
Mr. Lester Cox, of Springfield, Mo.
(Mr. Cox is bringing the President a photograph, taken
of the President and his mother.)
11:30 am Mr. Robert Fleming, of Riggs Bank
Mr. Oliver LaGorce, Vice President of National Geographic
(Mr. Fleming asked if they might come in and discuss
some matters pertaining to the National Geographic
11:40 am (Mrs. Anna Rosenberg)
11:45 am Mr. Walter Cummings, Chairman, Board Continental
Illinois Bank and Trust of Chicago
(Arranged by Secretary of the Treasury [John W. Snyder])
12:00 pm The Secretary of State [Dean G. Acheson]
Senator Styles Bridges, N. H.
Senator Kenneth S. Wherry, Nebraska
(Mr. Connelly asked them to come in and see the President,
to discuss China.)
12:30 pm The Secretary of State [Dean G. Acheson]
(Usual Thursday appointment)
1:00 pm (Lunch)
3:30 pm Honorable Frank Pace, Director, Bureau of the Budget
(One-half hour)
4:00 pm (The Attorney General [Tom C. Clark])
(The Secretary of Labor [Maurice J. Tobin])
(Honorable John Steelman)
(Honorable Charles Murphy)
(Honorable David Stowe)

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