THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Jul. 13, 1925

¶ In an otherwise uneventful day, the President received an extended call at teatime from Governor Fuller of Massachusetts, and expressed his interest in the situation in the anthracite industry (see COAL), where a possible strike was in prospect.

¶ Henry Blaney, 13, of the Lynn Manual Training School had an interview with the President and Mrs. Coolidge, and presented them with a wood carving of themselves and Rob Roy, Presidential collie. The President reciprocated by presenting Master Blaney with two dimes, three nickels and five pennies....

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