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Daily Appointments of Harry S. Truman

May 08, 1948

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(Mr. Arthur Sulzberger of the New York Times) (Off the record)
The Secretary of the Treasury [John W. Snyder] Mr. Cronin Colonel Siegmund Mr. Emile Scherer Mr. Rex Howard Mr. John Olin Mr. William Heaton Mr. Alfred
The President presented the Collier Congressional Awards to Senator Alben W. Barkley and Congressman Christian A. Herter in the Rose Garden. Invited guests were present. [Remarks of the President: View Text]
(Lunch - downstairs in the Executive Offices)
(The President dropped in on the Collier Award Luncheon at the Carlton Hotel) [Remarks of the President: View Text]
(The President and Mrs. Truman will leave for the 1925 F Street Club, where they are guests at dinner of the Attorney General and Mrs. Clark.)
[Public Papers: Letter Accepting Resignation of Clinton P. Anderson as Secretary of Agriculture]
[Public Papers: Statement by the President Upon Issuing Order Averting a Railroad Strike]
Honorable Lincoln MacVeagh, American Ambassador Designate to Portugal (To pay respects before departing for his post at Lisbon)
Mr. James McGranery, of Philadelphia, Pa. (Wife of Judge McGranery - phoned Mr. Matthew Connelly last week to ask for this appointment)
The Secretary of State [George C. Marshall] (Usual Monday appointment)
(Honorable Clinton Anderson) (The Secretary of Interior [Julius A. Krug]) (Honorable Charles Brannan)
Cabinet Luncheon)
(Mr. Barney Allis)
Senator Alben W. Barkley, Ky. Senator Scott Lucas, Ill. Senator Elmer Thomas, Okla. Senator Allen J. Ellender, La. The Secretary of Agriculture [Clinton P. Anderson] Congressman Sam Rayburn, Tex. Congressman John W. McCormack, Mass. Congressman John W. Flannagan, Va. Congressman Harold D. Cooley, N. C. Congressman Stephen Pace, Ga. (Mr. Charles Murphy) (Mr. Matthew Connelly phoned them that the President wanted them to come in to discuss Agricultural problems. Senator Howard McGrath also invited but could not come)
(The Attorney General [Tom C. Clark]) (The Secretary of the Army [Kenneth C. Royall]) (Honorable Clark Clifford)