THE PRESIDENCY: The Coolidge Week: Aug. 29, 1927

¶ It was a week of visiting around in South Dakota for the President, but there were, as well, several visitors at the summer White House. General John Joseph Pershing called on the way home from visiting his father-in-law., Senator Francis E. Warren, of Wyoming, and reported the condition of U. S. cemeteries abroad, discussed disarmament. Mr. & Mrs. Michael Gallagher, Cleveland friends of the Coolidges, dropped in on a motor tour and the President told them he was sorry the flooded, muddy condition of "the location I use" in Grace Coolidge Creek...

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