ARMY & NAVY: The Air Investigation


In the summer of 1895, it was not matter of newspaper headline comment that the graduating class of Amherst College had voted "unanimously with one exception" that Dwight Whitney Morrow, one of its number, was "most likely to succeed," and that that one exception was D. W. Morrow, who had voted for Calvin Coolidge, his classmate.

The headlines in local newspapers took some notice in succeeding years when Coolidge '95 was elected to minor offices: Selectman, Member of the State Legislature, etc. But they took no notice of his classmate...

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