Letter to the Chairman, National War Labor Board, on the Establishment of the National Wage Stabilization Board.
Harry S. Truman
Letters to the Members of the Board of Directors on the Termination of the Smaller War Plants Corporation.
Letter to the Administrator, Federal Works Agency, Asking Him To Head a Conference on Traffic Safety.
Letter to Dr. Isaiah Bowman on Federal Assistance for Scientific Research.
Letter to Senator Wagner and Representative Manasco Concerning the Full Employment Bill.
Letter to Wilson Wyatt Appointing Him Housing Expediter.
Telegrams to Management and Labor Leaders Concerning Industrial Disputes Involving the General Motors Corporation and the U.S. Steel Corporation.
Letter to the President, Society for the Advancement of Management, Concerning Full Employment.
Letter Transmitting Report on the Occupation of Germany to the Secretaries of State, War, and Navy.
Letter to General Hans Kramer Appointing Him U.S. Representative in Negotiations Between Colorado and Kansas for Division of Waters of Arkansas River.
Letter to President Osmena of the Philippines Upon Approving a Bill of the Philippine Congress.
Letter to Prime Minister Attlee Concerning the Need for Resettlement of Jewish Refugees in Palestine.
Letter to the Chairman, House Appropriations Committee, Concerning the Need for Additional Funds for Advance Planning of Public Works.
Letter to Edgar F. Puryear on Receiving Report of the Review Committee on Deferment of Government Employees.
Letter to Dr. Lyman J. Briggs on His Retirement as Director of the National Bureau of Standards.
Letters to the High Commissioner to the Philippines and to the Heads of Federal Agencies Recommending Measures for the Assistance of the Philippines.
Letter to Representative Powell of New York Regarding the Refusal of Permission to His Wife for a Concert in Constitution Hall.
Letter Accepting Resignation of J. A. Krug as Chairman of the War Production Board.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Concerning Federal Assistance for Child Care Centers.
Letter to Harry L. Hopkins Concerning the Roosevelt National Memorial Committee.
Letter to General Eisenhower Concerning Conditions Facing Displaced Persons in Germany.
Telegram to the Governor of New York Concerning the St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Projects.
Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Transmitting Proposed Reductions in Appropriations for the War Department.
Letter to Henry J. Kaiser Calling Upon Him To Head the Second United National Clothing Collection Campaign.
Letter to Secretary Byrnes Concerning the Development of a Foreign Intelligence Program.
Letter to General William J. Donovan on the Termination of the Office of Strategic Services.
Letter Accepting Resignation of Henry L. Stimson as Secretary of War.
Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Transmitting Proposed Reductions in Appropriations for the Navy.
Letter to the Surgeon General Concerning Termination of the Nurses Training Program.
Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Transmitting Proposed Reductions in Appropriations for Civilian War Agencies.
Letter to Byron Price Requesting Him To Study Relations Between U.S. Forces of Occupation and the German People.
Letter to George E. Allen Concerning the Liquidation of War Agencies.
Letter to the Chairmen of the Senate and House Committees on Military Affairs on Army Manpower Requirements.
Letter to the Chairman, War Production Board, on Measures To Speed Reconversion.
Letter to Edward R. Stettinius Appointing Him U.S. Representative on the Preparatory Commission of the United Nations.
Letter to Alben W. Barkley on the Eighth Anniversary of His Election as Majority Leader of the Senate.
Letter Read by Secretary Vinson at the Humanitarian Award Dinner of the Variety Clubs of America.
Letter to David K. Niles, Administrative Assistant to the President.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Transmitting Reports on Foreign War Relief Activities.
Letter to Secretary Morgenthau Concerning the Appointment of Fred M. Vinson as His Successor.