Letter to the Chairman, Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, Urging Early Ratification of the Genocide Convention.
Harry S. Truman
Letter to the Speaker on the Appropriation for Foreign Aid.
Letter to the President of the Senate on the Defense Production Bill.
Letter to the Chairman, Senate Committee on Public Works, on the Federal-Aid Highway Bill.
Letter to the Speaker Transmitting Supplemental Estimate of Appropriations for Military Assistance.
Letter to Committee Chairmen on the Defense Production Bill.
Letter to Congressional Leaders Transmitting the Midyear Economic Report
Letter to the Chairman, Senate Committee on Finance, on the Need for an Increase in Taxes.
Letter to Agency Heads Directing a Review of Government Programs.
Letters to Agency Heads on the Need for Restricting Housing Credit.
Letter to the Speaker on the Need for an Expanded Truth Campaign to Combat Communism.
Letters of Appreciation on the Third Anniversary of the Greek-Turkish Aid Program.
Telegram to the President of the Senate Concerning Reorganization Plan 12 of 1950.
Letter to the Chairman, Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, on Statehood for Alaska and Hawaii.
Letter to Joseph C. Grew and General Lucius D. Clay of the National Committee for a Free Europe.
Letter to the Chairman of the President's Committee on Religion and Welfare in the Armed Forces.
Letter to the Speaker on the Plight of Greek Children Abducted by Communist Guerrilla Forces.
Letter to Gordon Gray Regarding His Appointment as Special Assistant to the President.
Letter to Senator Tydings Again Refusing To Disclose Confidential Information on Employee Loyalty.
Letters Regarding Disclosure of Confidential Files on Employee Loyalty.
Letter to the Chairman, House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Urging Enactment of the Foreign Assistance Act.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House Transmitting Bill for the Establishment of a Commission on the Coal Industry.
Letter to the Chairman, House Committee on Education and Labor, on Federal Aid to Education.
Telegram to Labor and Management Leaders in the Communications Industry Urging a 60-Day Truce.
Letter to Dr. Irvin L. Stewart on the Establishment of the President's Communications Policy Board.
Letter to the Attorney General Directing Him To Petition for an Injunction in the Coal Strike.
Letter to the Vice President Urging a Study of the Land and Water Resources of the New England States and New York.
Letter to the Speaker on the Panama Canal and the Panama Railroad Company.
Telegram to Labor and Management Leaders Proposing a Plan for Settling the Coal Industry Dispute.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House on U.S. Assistance to Palestine Refugees.
Letter Accepting Resignation of Clark M. Clifford as Special Counsel to the President.
Letter to the U.S. Representative on the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
Letter to the Chairman of the President's Water Resources Policy Commission.
Letter Accepting Resignation of Julius A. Krug as Secretary of the Interior.
Letter to the President of the Senate Commending the 81st Congress for the Accomplishments of the First Session.
Letter to John L. Sullivan Accepting the Honorary Chairmanship of National Brotherhood Week.
Letter to Senator Johnson on the Nomination of Leland Olds to the Federal Power Commission.
Letter to the Vice President Urging Senate Action To Raise the Salaries of Federal Executives.
Letter Accepting Resignation of Basil O'Connor as President of the American National Red Cross
Letter to Steel Industry Labor and Management Leaders Urging an Early Settlement of the Dispute.