Pres. Coolidge on July 4th received weath from Florist Telegraphers Assoc. on his birthday [White House, Washington, D.C.]
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Hellen Keller with President Coolidge
This web page has an important photograph of Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933. Keller, Helen, 1880-1968, and a nice collection of historic photos.
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“Keep Cool and Keep Coolidge” Sheet music from President Calvin Coolidge’s campaign song during his 1924 re-election bid. The caption reads: “The Home Town Coolidge Club Quartette presenting to the...
Jason Noble Pierce: On Calvin Coolidge
Since first arriving in Washington in 1921, the Coolidges conscientiously attended church services each Sunday at the First Congregational Church on 10th and G Streets. Established in 1865 as the f…
President Coolidge with four Osage Indians after Coolidge signed the bill granting Indians full citizenship (1924) [786×599]
Post with 76 views. President Coolidge with four Osage Indians after Coolidge signed the bill granting Indians full citizenship (1924) [786×599]
[President Coolidge standing with members of the American Association of University Women on the White House lawn; visible in the background is the White House scaffolded for repairs]
April 24, 1924. President Coolidge with American Association of University Women members, on White House lawn. Publicity photo of President actively engaged promoting the progress and potential prominence of women. Did women's suffrage benefit from this public recognition?
[Calvin Coolidge on the White House lawn, with members of the House Agricultural Committee and a group of western farmers]
Jan. 12, 1924. President Coolidge with House Agricultural Committee members and western farmers, on White House lawn. Publicity photo of President actively engaged with farmers and related government legislation. Did Pres. Coolidge actually work with Congress to address the needs of farmers?
From The Archives: Inaugural Firsts, Ball Gowns And JFK
Explore a gallery of history-making moments from inaugurations past, the back story of the oath of office and a look at first ladies' gowns through the years.