Teacher & Student Bibliographies


Booraem V., Hendrik. Calvin Coolidge and His World, 1885-1895. Cranbury, New Jersey: Associated University Press, 1994.

Coolidge, Calvin. The autobiography of Calvin Coolidge. Rutland, Vermont: Academy Books, 1984. (first published in 1929: New York: Cosmopolitan Book Corporation.)

Greene, J.R. Calvin Coolidge’s Plymouth, Vermont. Dover, New Hampshire: Arcadia Publishing, 1997.

Kent, Zachary. Encyclopedia of Presidents, Calvin Coolidge. Chicago: Children’s Press, 1988.

Lathem, Edward Connery, ed. Calvin Coolidge: Cartoons of His Presidential Years. Plymouth, Vermont: The Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation, 1973.

Lathem, Edward Connery, ed. Your Son, Calvin Coolidge: A Selection of Letters from Calvin Coolidge to His Father. Montpelier, Vermont:Vermont Historical Society, 1968.

Stoddard, Gloria May. Grace and Cal: A Vermont Love Story. Shelburne, Vermont: New England Press, 1989. OUT OF PRINT

Thompson, Sally. Growing Up in Plymouth Notch, Vermont, 1872-1895, The Boyhood of Calvin Coolidge. Plymouth, Vermont: The Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation, 1972.

Webb, Kenneth B. From Plymouth Notch to President: The Farm Boyhood of Calvin Coolidge. Taftsville, Vermont: The Countryman Press, 1978.


“Calvin Coolidge: Examining the Evidence. A Conference at the John F. Kennedy Library, July 30-31, 1998,” The New England Journal of History, 55, No. 1 (Fall, 1998).

Coolidge, Calvin. Foundations of the Republic: Speeches and Addresses. New York: Scribner’s Sons, 1926. OUT OF PRINT

Coolidge, Calvin. The Price of Freedom: Speeches and Addresses. New York: Scribner’s Sons, 1924. OUT OF PRINT

Curtis, Jane and Will with Frank Lieberman, Return to These Hills : the Vermont Years of Calvin Coolidge. Woodstock, Vermont: Curtis-Lieberman Books, 1985. reprinted by The Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation, 1998.

Ferrell, Robert H. The Presidency of Calvin Coolidge. Lawrence, Kansas: University of Kansas Press,1998.

Fuess, Claude Moore. Calvin Coolidge, The Man from Vermont. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1976. (First published in 1940: Boston: Little, Brown and Company.)

Haynes, John Earl, ed. Calvin Coolidge and the Coolidge Era : Essays on the History of the 1920’s. Washington, D.C., Library of Congress,1998.

Lathem, Edward Connery. Meet Calvin Coolidge : The Man Behind the Myth. Brattleboro, Vermont: Stephen Greene Press, 1960.

McCoy, Donald R. (1988). Calvin Coolidge :The Quiet President. New York: Macmillan Publishing, 1967.

Moran, Philip R., ed. Calvin Coolidge: 1872-1933. Dobbs Ferry, New York: Oceana Publications, 1970.

Ross, Ishbel. . Grace Coolidge and Her Era : The Story of a President’s Wife. Plymouth, Vermont: The Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation, 1988. (originally published: New York: Dodd Mead, 1962.)

Silver, Thomas B. Coolidge and the Historians. Durham, North Carolina: Academic Press for the Claremont Institute, 1982.

Slemp, C. Bascom. The Mind of the President. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page and Company, 1926, reprinted by John S. Swift Company, Inc., April, 1981.

Sobel, Robert. Coolidge: An American Enigma. Washington D.C.: Regenery Publishers, 1998. OUT OF PRINT

Waterhouse, John Almon. Calvin Coolidge Meets Charles Edward Garman. Rutland, Vermont: Academy Books, 1984.

Wikander, Lawrence E. and Ferrell, Robert H. Grace Coolidge: An Autobiography. Worland, Wyoming: High Plains Press, 1992.

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American Leaders Speak: Recordings from World War One and the 1920 Election,” Library of Congress: http://memory.loc.gov/learn/collections/nforum/index.html

“Calvin Coolidge,” The White House:

“Grace Coolidge,” The White House:

A site by Professor Doug Linder, University of Missouri-Kansas City Law School has extensive materials on two of the major trials of the 1920’s — Leoplold and Loeb (1924) and the Scopes “Monkey Trial (1925):

“Prosperity and Thrift: The Coolidge Era and the Consumer Economy, 1921-1929” assembles a wide array of Library of Congress source materials from the 1920s that document the widespread prosperity of the Coolidge years:

“The 1920’s Experience,” material on the technology and the cultural life of the 1920’s: