THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Jul. 12, 1926

¶ As an honorary member of the Izaak Walton League of America, President Coolidge expects to fish at White Pine Camp, N. Y. He suggested that newspapermen find some good spots and "lead him to them."

Ever-Thoughtful Governor Alfred E. ("Smiling") Smith immediately wrote the President a letter: "Dear President Coolidge:

I desire to express the pleasure felt by our people upon your coming into our State for your Summer vacation. . . . We are happy to have the proud privilege of preparing you for your Winter's labors at the national capital....

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