Harry S. Truman
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Harry S. Truman (1884-1972) was President of the United States from 1945 to 1953.
- Vice President: None (1945–1949) Alben W. Barkley (1949–1953)
- Secretary of State: Edward Stettinius, Jr. (1945) James F. Byrnes (1945–1947) George Marshall (1947–1949) Dean Acheson (1949–1953)
- Secretary of War: Henry L. Stimson (1945) Robert P. Patterson (1945–1947) Kenneth Claiborne Royall (1947)
- Secretary of Defense: James Forrestal (1947–1949) Louis Arthur Johnson (1949–1950) George Marshall (1950–1951) Robert A. Lovett (1951–1953)
- Secretary of the Treasury: Henry Morgenthau, Jr. (1945) Fred M. Vinson (1945–1946) John W. Snyder (1946–1953)
- Attorney General: Francis Biddle (1945) Tom C. Clark (1945–1949) J. Howard McGrath (1949–1952) James P. McGranery (1952–1953)
- Postmaster General: Frank Comerford Walker (1945) Robert E. Hannegan (1945–1947) Jesse M. Donaldson (1947–1953)
- Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal (1945–1947)
- Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes (1945–1946) Julius A. Krug (1946–1949) Oscar L. Chapman (1949–1953)
- Secretary of the Agriculture Claude R. Wickard (1945) Clinton P. Anderson (1945–1948) Charles F. Brannan (1948–1953)
- Secretary of Commerce Henry A. Wallace (1945–1946) William Averell Harriman (1946–1948) Charles W. Sawyer (1948–1953)
- Secretary of Labor: Frances Perkins (1945) Lewis B. Schwellenbach (1945–1948) Maurice J. Tobin (1948–1953)
- Biographical Sketch, Harry S. Truman Library and Museum, accessed 4 April 2012.