THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: May 12, 1924

Mr. Coolidge's Week

¶ The President accepted on behalf of the U. S. two bronze statues presented by the Hungarian-American Society. Both are by Julius de Bezeredy—one of them a copy of the statue of Washington in Budapest, the other of Louis Kossuth. Both statues will remain permanently in the White House (see Page 10).

¶ Mr. and Mrs. Coolidge invited a few guests to come to a showing of a cinema "Passion Play," directed by Mr. Blanchard of the Interior Department

¶ The President...

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