THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Mar. 8, 1926

The White House Week

The President signed the Tax Reduction Bill. (See TAXATION).

President Coolidge declared that he thought the tax reduction of $387,000,000 carried in the bill was dangerously large, and Congress would have to be very economical in its appropriations in order to prevent a deficit.

Charles Hoff and Helmer H. Bryn, both of Norway, one an extraordinary pole-vaulter, the other Minister to the U. S., called at the White House and shook the President's hand. Other...

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