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

The White House Week

¶ The President let it be known that he expected to spend the entire Summer in Washington. Business before temperature.

¶On two occasions groups of Senators were invited to breakfast at the White House. The time: 8:00 a. m. The menu: grapefruit, sausages, buckwheat cakes, syrup.

¶President Coolidge appointed Harlan F. Stone to be Attorney-General (see Page 3).

¶Governor J. A. O. Preus of Minnesota, who combatted unsucessfully for a Senatorial place with Magnus Johnson last Summer, called and shook his head lugubriously over the likelihood of a third...

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