THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Oct. 5, 1925

Mr. Coolidge's Week

¶Representative John Q. Tilson of Connecticut, Republican leader in the House (chosen to succeed Nicholas Longworth, who is to be Speaker), called at the White House to discuss the program of the coming Congress: 1) tax reduction; 2) passing of appropriation bills; 3) railroad legislation.

¶Attorney General Sargent resumed his place as a White House guest. His family is still in Vermont.

¶Chairman O'Connor of the Shipping Board called and was closeted with President Coolidge. At a conference with reporters the President's spokesman denied...

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