Business: Man Who Sued Coolidge

"The Man Who Knew Coolidge" (by Sinclair Lewis) was a talkative gentleman apt to buttonhole you in the smoking car. The Man Who Sued Coolidge—Lewis Tebbetts of St. Louis—is 48, 6 ft., 170 Ib. His hair is thinning on top. He has been married 17 years. He likes colorful ties, and flashy suits. He likes to take his wife to a roof top, study the stars. He also likes to invent things, has sold some. He is a free lance in the insurance business, being helped greatly by his aggressive personality and eloquence. He...

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