THE PRESIDENCY: At White Pine Camp- Aug. 30, 1926

¶What ponderous luxury, weighing 46 pounds, having a diameter of 30 inches, a depth of 4 inches was brought 865 miles to be given to the President and Mrs. Coolidge? Answer: a cherry pie (containing 5,000 selected cherries) carried to White Pine Camp by Wallace H. Keep, college mate of Mr. Coolidge at Amherst, an honest publicity errand for the Grand Traverse Cherry Growers of Michigan. ¶Secretary of State Frank B. Kellogg flitted in and out at White Pine Camp during most of the week. He conferred with the President on Mexico and...

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