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


Tuesday, June 26, 1951
   
Executive Orders:  [10258 AMENDING THE SELECTIVE SERVICE REGULATIONS]
10:00 am (Staff)
11:00 am Honorable Joseph M. Darst, Mayor of St. Louis, Missouri
Mr. George Kempland, of St. Louis Housing Authority
Mr. Leo Havey, Bricklayers Union
Mr. Dan Reardon, a lawyer
(Wired Mr. Matthew Connelly that he would be in Washington attending
National Housing Conference and wanted to see the President.)
11:15 am Honorable Frank Pace, the Secretary of the Army
(Originally set up as OFF THE RECORD but changed at Secretary
Frank Pace's request to On the Record. Asked Mr. Matthew Connelly for appt.)
11:30 am Congressman Tom Steed, Oklahoma
Honorable James E. Barry, Lieutenant Governor of Oklahoma
(The Lt. Governor called from Oklahoma and the Congressman
also called from the Capitol to ask if they might come in
to invite the President to come to Oklahoma for Armistice
Day, next November 11th.)
11:45 am Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, Minnesota
Mr. George Rutman
(Called Mr. Matthew Connelly last week and asked for this.)
12:00 pm Congressman Phil J. Welch, Missouri
Mr. True Davis, Jr.
(Congressman Welch originally asked to bring in six hog serum
producers from various parts of the country, Mr. Davis being
one of the group, Mr. Matthew Connelly told him this could not be
arranged, so the Congressman asked if he might bring in Mr.
Davis, of Anchor Serum Company, Missouri, stating the President
knew Mr. Davis and also knew his father.)
12:15 pm (Miss Marguerite Higgins, correspondent) OFF THE RECORD
(Mr. Joseph Short)
(Arranged by Mr. Joseph Short, who brought in Miss Higgins)
1:00 pm (LUNCH)
3:15 pm (Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelley & mother and sister)
(Mr. and Mrs. Phil Dreyer)
(Mr. Charles Murphy) OFF THE RECORD
(Mr. Kelly is Member of Staff of Democratic Policy Committee of
the Senate, and Mr. Charles Murphy asked if he might have him come down
to introduce his parents to the President.)
3:25 pm (Governor Murray and Mrs. Murray, of Oklahoma) OFF THE RECORD
(Came in and shook hands with the President)
3:30 pm Honorable William M. Boyle, Jr., Chairman, Democratic National
Committee
Honorable Paul Fitzpatrick, Chairman, Democratic State Committee,
New York
(Mr. Boyle asked if he might bring Mr. Fitzpatrick with him for
his usual weekly appointment.)
4:00 pm (Hon. John W. Snyder, Secretary of the Treasury)
(Honorable George Schoeneman, Commissioner of Internal Revenue)
(General John B. Dunlap) OFF THE RECORD
6:45 pm (The President left Blair House for the home of Mr. Clark Clifford,
where he attended a birthday dinner in honor of
Hon. Stuart Symington.) OFF THE RECORD


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