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Daily Appointments of Harry S. Truman

Monday, April 4, 1949

President Harry S. Truman's appointment calendar covers the dates from April 12, 1945 to January 20, 1953. Please select a date within that range.

(Honorable Frank Pace, Director, Bureau of the Budget) (Phoned Mr. Matthew Connelly on Saturday to ask if he could have few minutes early today, as he needed to settle a policy question)
The Vice President [Alben W. Barkley] The Speaker [Sam Rayburn] Senator Scott Lucas, Ill. Congressman John W. McCormack, Mass.
Senator J. Howard McGrath, R. I. The Vice President [Alben W. Barkley] (Senator J. Howard McGrath will present to the President, and to the Vice President, souvenir volumes of photographs of pictures taken during the Inaugural Ceremonies)
Senator Theodore Francis Green, R. I. Senator J. Howard McGrath, R. I. Mr. Antoine Gazda Mr. M. Cieplinski (To present to the President a portfolio showing work of the Foreign Language Division of the Democratic National Committee)
Vice Admiral Wm. W. Smith, Chairman, Maritime Commission (Phoned Mr. Matthew Connelly last Wednesday to ask for this)
Congressman Robert Crosser, Ohio (Phoned Mr. Matthew Connelly on Wednesday to ask for appointment as early as possible)
Honorable Donald R. Heath, American Minister to Bulgaria (Has been in Washington for consultation and is leaving for post on April 8th. Asked to call on the President before leaving country)
Honorable Stanton Griffis, American Ambassador to Egypt (Phoned Mr. Matthew Connelly from N. Y. last week to ask for this)
The Secretary of State [Dean G. Acheson] (Usual Monday appointment)
(CABINET LUNCH NOT HELD TODAY)
The President addressed signers of Atlantic Pact at Inter-Departmental Auditorium [Public Papers: Address on the Occasion of the Signing of the North Atlantic Treaty]
Address on the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty [Audio excerpts: MP3]
The President and Mrs. Truman left for Carlton Hotel where they were hosts for dinner in honor of signers of Atlantic Pact.
[Public Papers: Toasts of the President and the Prime Minister of Belgium]
The President and Mrs. Truman held Reception following dinner in North Lobby of Carlton Hotel for signers of Atlantic Pact and other guests.
On this date the North Atlantic Treaty is signed in Washington, DC by representatives of Great Britain, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Italy, Portugal, the United States and Canada. See student research file, The North Atlantic Treaty Organization: documents, photographs and more.