THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Nov. 8, 1926

The White House Week

¶President Coolidge called for his Cabinet and received his Secretaries three: Kellogg, Mellon, Jardine. The other seven members were away stumping for various Republican candidates.

¶The President accepted the invitation of Representative R. Walton Moore (Dem.) of Virginia to "quit work for the afternoon and go sightseeing in Virginia." Together with Mrs. Coolidge they ' quietly left the White House, motored south along the road which Henry Clay and John Randolph had traveled one early morning to fight a duel.* The Presidential party halted at the farmhouse which President...

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