THE PRESIDENCY: At White Pine Camp- Sep. 6, 1926

¶ The President finished breakfast, glanced at his morning mail, then climbed in his punctual limousine, sped* to Plattsburg, N. Y. He arrived. Cannon boomed 21 times, buglers sounded the Presidential flourish, the regimental band struck up the Star Spangled Banner and Hail to the Chief. Within five minutes, the Commanderin-Chief of the Army and Navy was on the reviewing stand, flanked by Col. John H. Hughes, commander of the Plattsburg military training camp, and Major General C. P. Summerall. Before them marched 1,600 citizen soldiers. Then Mr. Coolidge proceeded to...

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