[Truman, Harry S.] Group of invitations to luncheons and dinners addressed to Mr. Matthew J. Connelly during President Truman’s visit to Ottawa, Canada. June 10-12, 1947. Includes an invitation to a “Parliamentary Luncheon “ given by Prime Minister W. L. Mackenzie King, “to have the honour to meet the President of the United States of America,” an invitation from the American Ambassador Ray Atherton to dinner at the embassy residence, a second invitation from Mr. Atherton to lunch, a reminder invitation from the Prime Minister of Canada, and a dinner invitation by the Governor General and the Viscountess Alexander of Tunis. Together with the “Telephone Directory” information for President Truman’s visit, and an 18 page Parliamentary Luncheon seating plan and list of guests, Seven items, three with matching envelopes. Mr. Connelly is assigned a seat at the head table. Very good.