THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Jun. 22, 1925

¶Attorney General Sargent, having lived alone in state at the White House* for several days, welcomed back his host and hostess from their trip to Minnesota.

¶Having witnessed (on the train returning to Washington) motion pictures of himself at the Norse-American Centennial at the State Fair grounds betwixt St. Paul and Minneapolis, the President was ready to resume work. At Evansville, Wis., while he was eating his breakfast in the dining car, an infant in its mother's arms extended to him a nibbled cracker. The President reciprocated with the tender of a buckwheat cake. He made a number of rear platform...

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