THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Nov. 10, 1924

THE PRESIDENCY

Mr. Coolidge's Week

¶ The. Farmer's Union, The Federated Farm Bureau, the National Grange and the American Livestock Association received telegrams. President Coolidge presented his respects, asked them to consult their State organizations and invited them to suggest the next Secretary of Agriculture.

¶ Chairs and a table were moved out to the rear lawn of the White House. A notary public, a battery of camera men assembled. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge appeared. The President sat, holding up a large envelope for secrecy's sake,...

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