Calvin Coolidge (1923-1929)

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VICE PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY:

Charles G. Dawes
Charles G. Dawes
Grace Coolidge
Grace Coolidge

OVERVIEW:

Calvin CoolidgeWhite House
The Miller Center
American Presidents (C-SPAN)
History Channel
Obituary (New York Times)

THE FIRST LADY:

Grace CoolidgeNational First Ladies’ Library
The White House
White House Historical Association
First Ladies (C-SPAN)

RESOURCES/ PAPERS:

Coolidge Presidential Library
Coolidge Presidential Foundation
Speeches (Coolidge Foundation, Miller Center)
Papers (American Presidency Project)
Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge
National Archives
Library of Congress
The Coolidge Era (Library of Congress)

1924 ELECTION:

Results

John W. Davis
John W. Davis
Robert M. LaFollete
Robert M. LaFollete

 

 

 

 

 

 

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INAUGURATION:

CoolidgeInaug

1925 Address (Transcript , Video)
Library of Congress (1923, 1925)
Joint Congressional Committee  (1923, 1925)

SUPREME COURT NOMINEES:

Harlan Stone
Harlan Stone

Harlan Stone (1925)

CABINET/ APPOINTMENTS:

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Vice President:
Charles G. Dawes

Secretary of Agriculture:
William M. Jardine (1925–1929)
Howard M. Gore (1924–1925)
Henry C. Wallace (1923–1924)

Secretary of Commerce:
William F. Whiting (1928–1929)
Herbert C. Hoover (1923–1928)

Secretary of the Interior:
Roy O. West (1928–1929)
Hubert Work (1923–1928)

Attorney General:
John G. Sargent (1925–1929)
Harlan F. Stone (1924–1925)
Harry M. Daugherty (1923–1924)

Secretary of Labor:
James J. Davis (1923–1929)

Secretary of the Navy:
Curtis D. Wilbur (1924–1929)
Edwin Denby (1923–1924)

Postmaster General:
Harry S. New (1923-1929)

Secretary of State:
Frank B. Kellogg (1925–1929)
Charles E. Hughes (1923–1925)

Secretary of the Treasury:
Andrew W. Mellon (1923–1929)

Secretary of War:
Dwight F. Davis (1925–1929)
John W. Weeks (1923–1925)

Chairman of the Federal Reserve:
Roy A. Young (1927-1930)

CONGRESS:

Speaker of the House:
Frederick H. Gillett (1919-1925)
Nicholas Longworth (1925-1931)

Senate Majority Leader:
Charles Curtis (1925-1929)

HISTORIC SITES:

State Historic Site (Vermont)
Presidential Library and Museum (Massachusetts)

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