Calvin Coolidge

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elected vice president and succeeded as 30th President of the United States when Harding died in 1923 (1872-1933)

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The STATE OF VERMONT, Division for Historic Preservation (VDHP) is soliciting proposals from qualified individuals, teams or firms to design and construct a seasonal exhibition at the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth Notch, Vermont.
Citizen science activities within the nation's watersheds date back over 100 years when the National Weather Service Cooperative began recruiting volunteers (1890) to report daily measurements of rainfall and air temperature, the National Audubon Society started its Christmas Bird Counts (1900) and the Izaak Walton League of America kicked off volunteer water monitoring with volunteers and conducted the first national water survey for President Calvin Coolidge (1920).
The Fiawkins Bakery in Traverse City baked a 3-foot-wide, 42-pound cherry pie, containing more than 5,000 cherries, for visiting President Calvin Coolidge.
In 1925, a group of orphans who had lost their parents to Turkey's genocide of Armenians presented this ceremonial rug to President Calvin Coolidge.
the second-largest state in New England, and the birthplace of President Calvin Coolidge.
Amity Shlaes, a former Wall Street Journal editor and the author of The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression (2007), is a trustee of the Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation and the director of the Four Percent Growth project at the George W.
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presidents, starting from George Washington and ending with Calvin Coolidge.
COOLIDGE follows the life and times of one Calvin Coolidge, who served as president from 1923-1929 and never rated highly in the polls.
Calvin Coolidge, who began his briefer but happier post-presidential career exactly a century after Adams, is a clear exception to Adams's rule.
Plymouth, Vermont is the birthplace of Calvin Coolidge, the country's 30th President and only President to be born on Independence Day.
When Harding died, President Calvin Coolidge appointed him to serve on the Federal Radio Commission in Washington, DC, before his death in 1952.
After graduating, she took a teaching position at the Clarke School for the Deaf in Northampton, Massachusetts, and it was in Northampton that she met Calvin Coolidge, then a lawyer with a modest legal practice who hoped to launch a political career.
But then, so wooden an actor is he that, as Dorothy Parker said when told the nearcatatonic US president Calvin Coolidge had died, "how could they tell?