THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Jun. 23, 1924

¶ Although a Convention was going on in Cleveland, White House routine proceeded with only a few deviations —occasioned by a new loud speaker on the White House radio set. The President left the Executive Offices to go to his study to hear the nominating speech of Dr. Marion LeRoy Burton. At luncheon, he and Mrs. Coolidge heard the news of the nomination. He said nothing, but afterwards he went for a walk. Even the usual Cabinet meetings were held during the Convention. At one of these...

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