THE PRESIDENCY: The Coolidge Week: Sep. 26, 1927

¶The Chief Executive spent an active week acquainting himself with the devices and desires of the Cabinet, the legislators and many minor executives. He re-examined his decision against a special session of Congress (see THE CONGRESS). He heard Senator Borah of Idaho on the subject of the onion tariff and Representative Dan A. Sutherland of Alaska on the subject of salmon being disturbed by earthquakes. General John H. Russell, High Commissioner to Haiti, paid respects before returning to his post. Governor General M. L. Walker of the Panama Canal Zone conferred for...

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