THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: May 3, 1926

The White House Week

¶The President last week received invitations to spend the summer months in Lenox, Mass., in the Finger Lakes region of N. Y., in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The Summer White Houses so far offered are located in 18 different states.

¶At his regular conference with reporters the President made it known that he did not favor Federal censorship of motion pictures* but thought that the states should do whatever is necessary of that kind. He indicated that he favors the Mills bill, which would provide returning...

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