THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Jun. 30, 1924

Mr. Coolidge's Week

Concord was the post-Cleveland keynote at the White House where the President, in a number of social occasions, undertook to 'bring the several elements of his Party together:

¶ There was a dinner to which tried members of the Party were bidden— Senators Lodge, Borah, Watson, Curtis, Warren, Brandegee and Representatives Tincher of Kansas and Sinott of Oregon. A guessing game was played— by the guests—the question being "Whom will the Democrats nominate?" Two of the guests guessed the same man, Senator Ralston.

¶ Chairman Butler of the...

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