THE PRESIDENCY: The Coolidge Week: Jul. 16, 1928

> The air mail arrived. There were some letters for the President. One said that Mr. Hoover would like to resign as Secretary of Commerce, when and if Mr. Coolidge desired. The other letter said that Mr. Hoover would like to visit the President. The President immediately telegraphed a cordial invitation to Mr. & Mrs. Hoover.

> Governor Fred R. Zimmerman of Wisconsin, having fished with the President, revealed: "The President caught more fish than I did, but my catch weighed more than his." When fishing, the President wears a red & black mackinaw, upon which is a golden fishing...

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