National Affairs: Takings & Leavings

Citizen Calvin Coolidge accompanied by Citizeness Coolidge quietly drove from the Inauguration ceremonies at the Capitol to the Union Station a few blocks away. At the station they entered the private car of Edward G. Buckland, Vice President of the New York, New Haven & Hartford R. R., an old friend. Frank W. Stearns, who six years ago rode to Washington with the then new President, likewise joined the party. So did Dr. James F. Coupal, who had been White House physician. At 2:35 the Montrealer steamed out of the station to return to Massachusetts its greatest citizens.

Takings. Mr. Coolidge took...

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