Press Conference, February 2, 1926

February 2, 2021

Date: February 2, 1926 Location: Washington, DC (Original document available here) I regret very much that it seems necessary to have the preliminary Arms Conference in Europe postponed. I think you all know the intense interest I have had since I have been President in promoting something of that kind; so much so that while the proposal […]

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Calvin Coolidge Says, May 19, 1931

January 22, 2021

Date: May 19, 1931 Location: Northampton, MA (Original document available here) Apparently it will again be demonstrated that the worst things do not happen. Much anxiety has arisen over international differences concerning the proposed customs union between Germany and Austria. A serious impasse was feared when the question came up for discussion among the powers […]

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Press Conference, May 20, 1924

September 23, 2020

Date: May 20, 1924 Location: Washington, DC (Original document available here) The immigration bill is being examined by the Department of Labor and the Department of State, to advise me about its workings. That is about all I can say about it at the present time. While that is going on, of course I haven’t […]

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Armistice Day Address of President Coolidge at the Dedication of the Liberty Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri

September 16, 2020

Title: Armistice Day Address of President Coolidge at the Dedication of the Liberty Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri  Date: November 11, 1926 Location: Kansas City, MO Context: Coolidge speaks at the dedication of a memorial for American WWI veterans (Original document available here) Fellow Countrymen: It is with a mingling of sentiments that we come […]

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