President Truman signs ERP bill; Attorney General Clark getting into car

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WASHINGTON BUREAU

President Truman signs the European Recovery Program bill. Looking on are, left to right: Under Secretary of State Robert A. Lovett, Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, Secretary of the Treasury John W. Snyder, Representative Charles Eaton, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and Senator Tom Connally, Secretary of the Interior Julius Krug, Representative Joseph Martin, speaker of the House, and Secretary of Agriculture Clinton Anderson, Attorney General Tom Clark, Representative Sol Bloom and Postmaster General Jesse Donaldson.
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WASHINGTON BUREAU

Attorney General Tom Clark putting letter from President Truman into his pocket as he gets into his car after conferring with the President. Letter orders the Attorney General to seek injunction against striking coal miners.
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Digitized for the New York Times in 2018 by students at Pratt Institute's School of Information.

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George Tames

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The New York Times

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George Tames, “President Truman signs ERP bill; Attorney General Clark getting into car,” George Tames: New York Times Photographer , accessed April 18, 2021, http://nytames.prattsi.org/items/show/162.