THE PRESIDENCY: The Plymouth Week

¶Mr. Coolidge stayed up late one night at his father's home in order to hear by radio General Dawes' speech, accepting the Republican nomination for Vice President.

From Plymouth to Evanston a telegram winged its way: GENERAL CHARLES G. DAWES WE CONGRATULATE YOU HAVE JUST HEARD YOUR ADDRESS WITH GREAT SATISFACTION I OFFER YOU MOST HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS CALVIN COOLIDGE.

¶Thomas A. Edison, Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone and the latter's son, Russell, motored into Plymouth and stopped at the Coolidge farmhouse. The President took them through the local cheese factory, of which...

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