THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Sep. 8, 1924

¶The last day or two of the President's "vacation" in Vermont were not much different from similar days in the White House. Two hundred automobiles full of "Grangers," from ten states rolled into Plymouth and were received on the lawn, rainy and misty although it was. Alva B. Johnson, onetime President of the Baldwin Locomotive Works; Representative John Q. Tilson, of the Speaker's Bureau of the Republican National Committee; John Barrett, Chairman of the Coolidge Independent Group; George W. Davison, Vice-President of the Central Union Trust Co., were among the callers. The...

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