National Affairs: Dam Dedicator

Citizens of the Southwest last week took a good long look at the man who for six years had been their unseen President. What they saw seemed to please them; they grew very noisy in his presence.

In Arizona, Calvin Coolidge put aside the role of "plain tourist" which he had assumed "to look around California quietly" (TIME, March 3) and became, for the first time since he left the White House, a public character performing a public function. At the request of President Hoover, he broke his homeward journey across the continent at Globe,...

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