Calvin Coolidge Says, April 17, 1931

December 15, 2020

Date: April 17, 1931 Location: Northampton, MA (Original document available here) A member of Congress has suggested the possibility of going outside the membership of the House in electing a Speaker. Probably such action would be legal. Knowing the resourcefulness of Representatives, it would be hazardous to say such action has not been before considered. […]

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Press Conference, March 13, 1928

August 28, 2020

Date: March 13 1928. Location: Washington DC (Original document available here) I don’t know whether Mrs. Coolidge will go to the Speaker’s dinner tonight or not. She is up and about the house. Seems to be getting along very well. But the doctor is quite solicitous that she should be careful and not overtax her […]

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Press Conference, November 20, 1928

August 27, 2020

Date: November 20, 1928 Location: Washington, D.C. (Original document available here) Mr. J. W. McIntosh, the Comptroller of the Currency, has tendered me his resignation. It has not yet been accepted, but I expect to accept it very shortly, he has been a very efficient officer and I am sorry to lose his services. The […]

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