People, May 2, 1938

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

Widow Grace Goodhue Coolidge sold The Beeches, the $39,000 eight-acre Northampton, Mass, estate on which Calvin Coolidge died in January 1933 to a local lumber dealer for a reputed $10,000. Mrs. Coolidge is building herself a new house in Northampton, now spends her winters in Columbus, N. C.

Weed-whiskered old Poultney Bigelow,

inveterate sage, author & traveler, arrived in Manhattan fresh from Doom and his annual spring visit with his bearded bosom friend, onetime Kaiser Wilhelm II. Minus his customary velvet jacket, his customary flowing bow tie, Octogenarian Bigelow in high good humor...

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