National Affairs: To Cuba

The day neared, plans matured, preparations were completed for President Coolidge's visit to Cuba. ]

Dress. The impression which the trip was calculated to create became evident in a small White House news item of last month. All was being arranged even to the incidental of what the newspapermen should wear. Such of "The Boys" as expected to attach themselves to the President's official entourage, said Secretary Everett Sanders, had best make ready their cutaway coats and pin-striped morning trousers. Silk toppers, patent leather shoes, spats...

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