THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Apr. 6, 1925

Mr. Coolidge's Week

¶ The President wrote to President Herbert Hoover of the American Child Hygiene Association: "I am confident that the people will be glad to make May Day the occasion of rededicating themselves to the happy task of safeguarding our most precious asset—our 35,000,000 children."

¶ A Coolidge cat, scratched by an embattled squirrel on the White House lawn, was a patient at the Walter Reed Hospital. Rob Roy, Mrs. Coolidge's white collie, was sent to the same hospital for skin treatment.

¶ Upon Thomas W. Woodlock, of Manhattan,...

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