THE PRESIDENCY: At White Pine Camp- Sep. 13, 1926

¶ Fifty miles from White Pine Camp is Big Tupper Lake, whither motored the President last week. He shook hands with 20 veterans from the American Legion Convalescent Hospital.

Mr. Coolidge was impressed with Sheppey's Island, a vast forest-covered camp on Big Tupper Lake. John V. Sheppey* of Toledo had offered his camp to the President this summer. There is a possibility that Mr. Coolidge will accept his offer in 1927, in case Irwin Kirkwood (publisher of the Kansas City Star) should dispose of White Pine Camp.

¶ Mrs. Elmira Goodhue is...

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