President Harry S. Truman and his National Advisory Board on Mobilization

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8x10 inches (21x26 cm)
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Truman - Conferences - Boards (with) - Mobilization Advisory; Truman - Dignitaries - Labor Leaders; National Advisory Board on Mobilization; Mobilization Advisory Board

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President Truman met with his National Advisory Board on Mobilization, a policy group in which labor is participating. Front row L-R: D. W. Brooks, Georgia, President National Council of Farm Cooperatives; C. E. Wilson, Defense Mobilizer; President Harry S. Truman; Philip Murray, President of CIO; Walter P. Reuther, President of UAW-CIO. Second row: Samuel Abbot Smith, businessman of Chelsea, Mass.; George Meany, Secretary-Treasurer of AFL; William H. Davis, New York attorney; Otto A. Seyferth, President of U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Claude A. Putnam, businessman of Keene, N.H. Third row: James G. Patton, Denver, President National Farmers Union; John L. O'Brien, Washington attorney; George Houk Mead, Dayton, Ohio, businessman; Paul Porter, Washington attorney; Herschel D. Newsom, Master of National Grange; and Marion B. Folsom, V.P. Donor: Dorothy Girton. Used by Democratic Digest.
April 9, 1951