THE PRESIDENCY: The Coolidge Week: Nov. 5, 1928

"The giver of all good and perfect gifts . . . has protected our country as a whole against pestilence and disaster, and has directed us in the way of national prosperity. . . . Our fields have been abundantly productive, our commerce has increased, wages have been lucrative. . . . So have we also grown and expanded for the benefit of the world . . ."—from President Coolidge's proclamation of November 29, 1928 as a day of general thanksgiving and prayer. ¶President Coolidge received the trustees of Lions International...

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