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


Friday, May 5, 1950
   
    [Public Papers: Special Message to the Congress on the Problems of Small Business]
10:00 am Cabinet Meeting [minutes]
(Commerce and Agriculture absent; Vice President uncertain.
Attorney General will be represented by Solicitor General)
11:00 am (Staff meeting)
12:00 pm Mr. Jacob Blaustein of Baltimore, Md.
(Called Mr. Connelly April 27th from Baltimore to
ask for this)
12:15 pm (Mr. Roy Blough)
(Of University of Chicago. Arranged by Mr. Dawson
who will bring him in, OFF RECORD)
12:30 pm Mr. Harland Bartholomew
(Wrote the President March 27th to ask for this to
discuss city planning in National Capital)
12:45 pm Mrs. India Edwards
(Asked Mr. Connelly to arrange this)
1:00 pm (LUNCH)
3:00 pm (Hon. John McCone)
(Hon. Arthur Finletter)
3:15 pm Mr. David Lilienthal
3:30 pm Sen. William Benton, Conn.
(Called Mr. Connelly to ask for this)
4:00 pm Eddie Jacobson
4:15 pm George Allen
4:30 pm (Mon Wallgren)
9:55 pm (The President and Mrs. Truman left Blair House for
Mayflower Hotel, where they attended Reception in
honor of the Prime Minister of Pakistan and Begum
Liaquate Ali Khan)

Truman Photographs for May 5, 1950
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Myer Sworn-In as Commissioner



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