THE PRESIDENCY: The Coolidge Week: Nov. 19, 1928

Crates, barrels and boxes—a vanload of them—accompanied Calvin Coolidge to Northampton, Mass., when he went home to vote. In silk topper and wing collar he personally superintended the unloading and disposition of his goods at his house on Massasoit street. It was the visible beginning of the end of his residence at the White House and seemed to indicate where the Coolidges will reside after March 4th. The goods were souvenirs of the past eight years—books, objets d' art, bric-à-brac from all over the world. A favorite article is a chair given by a Hungarian society with heads of Washington...

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