THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Nov. 3, 1924

THE PRESIDENCY

Mr. Coolidge's Week

¶ A hat, a large hat such as Mexican "greasers" wear, such as cowboys wear in the cinema—in short, a sombrero, its rim a burning red, its crown a brilliant blue, was given into the hands of Mr. Coolidge. After a short moment of admiration for so engaging a specimen of the hatters craft, Mr. Coolidge stuck his head under the hat's ample canopy—and in no time became a member of the Smoki Tribesmen of Prescott, Ariz. With the President in the rear grounds of the White House...

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