Veto of HR 11026, May 18, 1928

October 1, 2020

Date: May 18, 1928 Bill Vetoed: H.R. 11026. To provide for the coordination of the public health activities of the Government, and for other purposes Fate of Veto: Unchallenged (Original document available here) To the House of Representatives: Herewith is returned, without approval, H. R. 11026, a bill “To provide for the coordination of the […]

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Accepting The Republican Vice-Presidential Nomination

October 1, 2020

Title: Accepting The Republican Vice-Presidential Nomination Date: July 27, 1920 Location: Northampton, MA Context: Coolidge accepts the Republican Party’s nomination for the vice presidency in the 1920 election Governor Morrow and Members of the Notification Committee: To your now formal notification I respond with formal acceptance. Your presence tells me of a leader and a […]

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Address Before the American Association of Advertising Agencies

September 18, 2020

Title: Address Before the American Association of Advertising Agencies Date: October 27, 1926 Location: Washington, D.C. Context: Coolidge speaks of the high quality of American life and how it is dependent on its business, commerce and trade Members of the Association: Sometimes it seems as though our generation fails to give the proper estimate and […]

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Speech at Tremont Temple

September 18, 2020

Title: Speech at Tremont Temple Date: November 1, 1919 Location: Boston, MA Context: Coolidge discusses government authority, order, education, and the law Revelation has not ceased. The strength of a righteous cause not grown less. The people of Massachusetts are patriotic before they are partisan, they are not for men but for measures, not for […]

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Speech on Flag Day

September 18, 2020

Title: Speech on Flag Day Date: June 12, 1931 Location: Unknown Context: Coolidge remarks on the importance of the American flag and what it represents National Flag Day has been observed for some years by official direction on June 14. It is the anniversary of the adoption by the Congress of the flag of the […]

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