THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Feb. 1, 1926

The White House Week

¶ Ambassador Henry Berenger, Senator of France, appeared at the White House and presented his credentials as Ambassador and the papers recalling his predecessor, M. Daeschner. The Ambassador declared: "France is resolved to settle the debts contracted for her defense." And the President replied: "There should be no insuperable difficulty."

¶ To the 48 Governors, President Coolidge addressed a letter urging them to be represented at the National Conference on Street and Highway Safety called by Secretary Hoover for March 23. Mr. Coolidge reminded the Governors: "I...

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