THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Jan. 28, 1924

The White House Week

¶ Sir Auckland Geddes spent half an hour with President Coolidge by way of a farewell courtesy call before sailing for Great Britain and retirement. ¶ Henry M. Dawes (Controller of the Currency and brother of General Dawes), George James and J. H. Cunningham of the Federal Reserve Board, and Eugene Meyer, Jr., Managing Director of the War Finance Corporation, left the capital for Chicago to study the Western banking situation "at the suggestion of the President." ¶ President Coolidge wrote to the officers and crew of the...

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