THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Jun. 9, 1924


The White House Week

¶The President signed the appropriation bills for the Departments of State, Commerce, Navy, Justice and Labor. He also signed the so-called Rogers Bill which is to reorganize the diplomatic and consular services.

¶Galloping into the White House grounds and leaping from her horse, Gwendolyn Lazier completed a 700-mile ride to give Mr. Coolidge an invitation to attend the 140th anniversary of the settlement of Upper Canada. The President said that he probably would not be able to go.

¶The President received the Treasury Department's report on the Tax...

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