THE PRESIDENCY: The Coolidge Week: Sep. 27, 1926

¶ The President announced that the unofficial report of the Sherwood Eddy Commission advocating recognition of Russia had not changed his views expressed in 1923.*

¶ The President received thousands of protests from prize fight haters against the coming Dempsey-Tunney "Battle of the Century,"† promptly forwarded them all to Secretary of State Frank B. Kellogg and Secretary of Commerce Herbert C. Hoover.

¶ The honor of being one of the last scheduled visitors to White Pine Camp fell to Herbert J. Tily of Philadelphia, chairman of the National Dry Goods Association, and Lew Hahn,...

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