Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation

Coolidge Cup National Debate Tournament

July 1

Join the Coolidge Foundation for the 2020 Coolidge Cup!

Coolidge Speech Project

August 3

Help the Coolidge Foundation build a digital archive of the speeches of Calvin Coolidge by becoming a “Coolidge Scribe” today.

Coolidge in Washington

Here is a first peek at Coolidge House in Washington, D.C., which, beginning in 2019, will serve as a base for expanded operations of the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation.

Coolidge Scholarship

The Coolidge Scholarship honors President Coolidge’s dedication to academic excellence by awarding full-ride, four-year, merit scholarships to America’s most promising students. Unlike other top awards, “The Coolidge” can be used at any accredited college or university in America. To learn more, click below to visit the Coolidge Scholarship website.

Coolidge Debate

The Coolidge Foundation is setting out to find the top high school debaters in America. Our premier tournament each year is the Coolidge Cup, a national debate tournament that attracts top debaters from across the country to President Coolidge’s historic hometown of Plymouth, Vermont, to compete for the prestigious Coolidge Cup, along with the $7,500 Robert L. Luddy Coolidge Cup Scholarship.

Coolidge Blog

The Flu in Coolidge’s Time

The Flu in Coolidge’s Time

March 19, 2020

In 1918, while Calvin Coolidge was Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts, the outbreak of Spanish Influenza hit the United States and wreaked havoc across the nation. Massachusetts was hit hard. By late September of that year, there had been an estimated 50,000 cases of flu in the Bay State. Within two weeks, 850 Bostonians had died. […]

Coolidge Quarterly

The Coolidge Quarterly provides scholarly research and commentary on President Coolidge and his times. Click below to access digital versions of current and past issues or subscribe to receive the printed edition in your mailbox.

Plan Your Visit

There is no better way to truly understand President Coolidge than to visit his hometown, the picturesque hamlet of Plymouth Notch, Vermont. You are invited to visit the President Coolidge State Historic Site, considered one of America’s best-preserved presidential sites. Come to see the modest home where President Coolidge was born, step inside the family homestead where Coolidge took the presidential oath of office, pause for reflection in the warm, wood-paneled church where the Coolidge family worshipped, and gain inspiration from the humble grave site where President Coolidge rests alongside his family.