THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Aug. 25, 1924

¶ An airplane soaring overhead writ silently in the sky over the Capital, "Keep Coolidge," and then, as i make the point doubly strong, writ again "Keep Coolidge." ¶ ThePresident wrote to Mr. and Mrs. James N. Cooke of Morrisville, N. Y.: "My good friend, John A. Stewart, has written to me of your long life together, telling me that you have within a few days celebrated the sixty-fifth anniversary of your marriage. This is a most interesting and impressive record, and I cannot refrain from writing to congratulate both of you, and to extend my...

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