Join us for President’s Day educational events and a lecture entitled “Mr. Coolidge Goes to Cuba” by Program and Editorial Associate Rushad L. Thomas.Read More
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Newer Issues 10/22/2018 – 2019 Coolidge Scholarship Application is Live 10/16/2018 – Fall Foliage at the Notch and C-SPAN Airs Harville Interview 10/05/2018 – A History Foot Race? Join Us Saturday in Plymouth […]Read More
President Calvin Coolidge was fortunate to preside over what was probably the most exciting, vital, and creative decade of the Twentieth Century — the Nineteen-Twenties. It was a decade of youth, symbolized by Lindbergh and the Flapper. It was a decade when modern America came alive. Cars filled the roads; radios, refrigerators, and electric washing machines appeared in the home; movies sparkled with “stars,” whose voices would soon be heard on the screen; and thanks to a general prosperity, there was money to spend not just on the necessities of life but on its pleasures as well. It could be rightly said that the American people had never had it so good.Read More
Chronology Pres. Calvin Coolidge 1872 July 4 John Calvin Coolidge is born in Plymouth Notch, Vermont. 1875 April 15 Calvin’s sister, Abigail Grace Coolidge (Abbie) is born. 1877 September Calvin […]Read More
THE KU KLUX KLAN IN CALVIN COOLIDGE’S AMERICA by Jerry L. Wallace President Calvin Coolidge was fortunate to preside over what was probably the most exciting, vital, and creative decade […]Read More