THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Dec. 31, 1923


The White House Week

¶John L. Lewis and Philip Murray, President and Vice President of the United Mine Workers of America, called at the White House with Secretary of Labor Davis. President Coolidge's automobile, which had come to take him for a late afternoon ride, was dismissed so that he might confer with the miners.

¶A week after the Diplomatic Corps Reception, the President and Mrs. Coolidge held the annual Diplomatic Corps Dinner. There were 80 guests and their wives, all diplomats except five, beginning in order of seniority with Ambassador...

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