THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Oct. 12, 1925

¶Following his request and an official reply that it is not possible to issue a Woodrow Wilson memorial stamp this fall, President Coolidge let correspondents know that he is in favor of issuing such a stamp as soon as it is convenient, and pointed out that there is no discrimination, because many Presidents have not appeared on stamps until 20 years after their service.

¶ Nikita Balieff, master of the Chauve Souris, told friends in London of a recent call he made on Mr. Coolidge: "I kept awake all night preparing a...

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