THE PRESIDENCY: At White Pine Camp- Sep. 20, 1926

¶ At White Pine Camp arrived Attorney General John Garibaldi Sargent, motored with the President 46 miles to Follonsby Pond, where they fished the stocked pool belonging to the Barbour Lumber Company of Paterson, N. J. The Attorney General, reputedly ablest angler of Vermont, caught nothing. The President caught nothing, called Attorney General Sargent a jinx.

¶Simultaneously with the visit to White Pine Camp of U. S. Ambassador to Mexico James R. Sheffield, Spokesman Coolidge announced that U. S. business in Mexico was suffering far less interference than formerly and thus the...

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