THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Dec. 29, 1924

¶ The President appointed Joseph W. McIntosh of Illinois to succeed Harry M. Dawes (brother of Charles G.), resigned as Comptroller of the Currency.

¶ John Coolidge, father of the President, decided not to go to the White House for the holidays.

¶ In the White House grounds, Mr. Coolidge spoke to delegates to the National Conference on Street and Highway Safety called by Secretary Hoover. Said the President: "If the death and disaster that now fall upon innocent people through the year and over our country as a whole were concentrated into...

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