THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Apr. 12, 1926

THE PRESIDENCY

The White House Week

¶_ On the steps of the Senate, Dr. J. E. Middour, assistant headmaster of Mercersburg Academy, received from Joseph M. Speer, director of industrial education in Pittsburgh, 20 prize birdhouses made by 20 schoolboys in a contest conducted by the Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph. They will be placed in trees on the Mercersburg campus in memory of a onetime student—Calvin Coolidge Jr. ¶ In the south gardens of the White House, crocuses bloomed, hyacinths budded. ¶ James Coupal, M.D. and Major...

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