Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum

Daily Appointments
of Harry S. Truman

<<June 1952 >>
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
2930
 
Jump to date
  
 
Search the calendar
Enter keyword:
AND OR NOT
Limit by Year
From:
To    :

Limit results per page
Instructions
To use this calendar select the month and year you would like information about and press View Calendar. Then choose the date in that month and year, and the page will load for you.

You can also search by keyword and choose the range of years within your search by filling out the boxes on the left side of the page.

This Presidential Appointments Calendar is based upon the records contained in the
Matthew J. Connelly Files


Tuesday, June 17, 1952
   
Executive Orders:  [10363 AMENDING THE SELECTIVE SERVICE REGULATIONS]
Executive Orders:  [10364 EXEMPTION OF JOHN J. DEVINY FROM COMPULSORY RETIREMENT FOR AGE]
10:00 am (Staff)
10:45 am (Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Thomas, of Maplewood, Missouri
and daughter Patricia Ann)
(Came to see Mr. Matthew Connelly and saw the President OFF THE RECORD.)
11:00 am Admiral Ross T. McIntire
(Advised Mr. Matthew Connelly last week that he expected to be in
Washington at this time and hoped might see the President.)
11:15 am Congressman Earl Chudoff, Pennsylvania
(Wrote the President June 5th asking for this.)
11:30 am The President received a medal from the National Forensic League,
presented by a group of students from William Chrisman High School,
Independence, Missouri:
Delores Tandy
Celia Fry
Douglas Hagen
David Freeman
Miss Margaret Meredith, Speech Instructor
Mr. Gregory Lefever, Assistant Principal
(These students won first place in speech contests in Missouri
and are eligible to compete in National Tournament at
Boston University; enroute to Boston and asked by National
Headquarters of Forensic League to present this medal to the
President. The President is Honorary Member of Missouri
Chapter of Forensic League.)
11:35 am [Public Papers: Remarks Upon Receiving a Medal Presented by Students
from William Chrisman High School, Independence, Missouri]
11:45 am Honorable Albert F. Nufer, American Ambassador to the Argentine
Republic
(Newly appointed, and asked, through Protocol, to see the
President before leaving for post.)
11:50 am (Mr. Harry Schwimmer)
(Mr. William Spann)
OFF THE RECORD
12:00 pm H.E. Jean Letourneau, the Minister of the Associated States in the
French Government
H.E. Henri Bonnet, the Ambassador of France
Honorable Donald R. Heath, American Minister to Vietnam, Laos, and
Cambodia
(Requested by State Department.)
12:30 pm (Honorable Dan A. Kimball, the Secretary of the Navy) OFF THE RECORD
(Came Off Record through Admiral Robert Dennison's office. Arranged by
Admiral Robert Dennison.)
12:45 pm (Mr. Michael Gorman, President's Commission on Health Needs of the
Nation) (Mrs. Florence Mahoney) OFF THE RECORD
(Came to see Mr. Matthew Connelly and saw the President OFF RECORD.)
1:00 pm (LUNCH)
3:00 pm Honorable Chester Bowles, American Ambassador to India
(The President asked him to come in before he goes back to
post.)
3:15 pm Honorable John W. Snyder, the Secretary of the Treasury
3:30 pm (The President "dropped in" on meeting in Cabinet Room of
National Advisory Board on Mobilization Policy.) OFF THE RECORD
7:00 pm (The following attended an "off the record" stag democratic
dinner at the White House at the invitation of the President:)
Honorable Frank McKinney, Chairman, Democratic National Committee
Honorable Abraham Feinberg, New York
Mr. George Faunce, Jr., of New York
Mr. Fred Lazarus, Jr., of Cincinnati, Ohio
Mr. William Zeckendorf, of New York
Mr. Samuel Slotkin, of New Jersey
Mr. M. Lincoln Schuster, of New York
Mr. Lester Martin, of New York
Mr. James C. Thompson, of Wisconsin
Mr. Jacob Blaustein, of Maryland
Mr. Alfred Kirsch, of New York
Mr. Jacob Shapiro, of New York
Mr. Samuel Koenigsberg, of New York
Colonel Joseph Hartfield, of New York
Mr. Albert I. Nierenberg, of New Jersey


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