THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Jan. 14, 1924


The White House Week

¶ At the annual New Year's reception, President and Mrs. Coolidge received only 3,891 callers, about half as many as have come to the reception in previous years. According to reports, the President and his wife experienced "only natural fatigue," which is attributed to the forbearance of those who stayed away. In order of reception were the Cabinet, the Diplomatic Corps (who then hurriedly departed to be guests of Secretary and Mrs. Hughes at an official breakfast at the Pan-American Union Building), the Supreme Court Justices,...

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