It was snowing when President Coolidge and Mrs. Coolidge left Washington. When they awoke, a bright splash of sunlight was spilled over their coverlets. They were, like many another personage,* in the South again.

At Lake Wales the train stopped and the presidential party was greeted by Governor and Mrs. Doyle E. Carlton of Florida, and by Mr. and Mrs. Edward William Bok of Philadelphia. Blue-coated Marines stood at attention. The President and his party motored three miles to Mountain Lake and then they walked slowly, almost...

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