President 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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Escorted by a cruiser and a destroyer, the President Coolidge zig-zagged across the Pacific, trying to evade Japanese submarines.
I regard it as rather necessary to the carrying on of our republican institution that the people should have a fairly accurate report of what the president is trying to do, and it is for that purpose of course that those intimate conferences are held," commented President Coolidge in a session with reporters.
That's the sort of business President Coolidge would have been proud to see any Wall Street banker achieve.
There have been many interesting "side" stories: members taking President Coolidge fishing and opening the door for the formation of the Bureau of Agricultural Engineering; the effort to exchange tractors for prisoners with Fidel Castro; building ASAE's headquarters building; developing industry support for ASAE standards; the publication of the ASAE history books.
Army Transport ship President Coolidge after the 22,000 ton troop transport struck a mine off a small South Pacific island.
Originally designated in 1924 by President Coolidge, the land was set aside to protect the unique volcanic landscape created by lava flows over the last 5 million years.
Background and Tips: President Coolidge established a Protocol Office in the State Department after wartime enemies were mistakenly seated next to each other at a dinner.
When told that the colourless President Coolidge had died, she replied: "How could they tell?
4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Trustees of the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation C the official Foundation dedicated to the thirtieth President of the United States C announced today the Foundation's second annual $20,000 Coolidge Prize for Journalism, which honors writing in the spirit and style of President Coolidge.
Word spread quickly by telegraph and telephone, but officials could not reach Vice President Coolidge in Vermont.
Gilbert (1998) of Northeastern University conducted an exhaustive examination of the emotional and physical impact on President Coolidge of the death of his sixteen-year-old son, Calvin, Jr.
That as a 12-year-old newsboy he won a trip to see President Coolidge for selling the most subscriptions of the Staten Island Advance?
The blurb reads, "In 1923, Hope sent President Coolidge a 136-pound one as a gift.