THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Oct. 19, 1925

¶A volume, three inches thick, bound in black seal and inscribed "In Memoriam Calvin Coolidge Jr.," was completed last week by the deaf and dumb employes of Walter Hyams & Co. of Manhattan. It was ordered by President Coolidge soon after his younger son's death more than a year ago. The volume is filled with clippings about his son chronologically arranged and mounted so as to insure permanency.

¶In Omaha the President appeared before the American Legion Convention. There were tremendous cheers. The band played Hail to the Chief, and Mrs. Coolidge was...

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