Address Before the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C. April 19, 1926

December 2, 2015

Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Coming to address the Thirty-fifth Continental Congress of the National Society of the Daughters American Revolution reminds me that I have had that privilege several times in the past. You represent one of the most distinguished patriotic orders of our Nation in cherishing the memory of the […]

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Coolidge Chronology

June 13, 2014

Victoria Josephine Moor Coolidge:(1846-1885) Victoria was a neighbor of John Coolidge in Plymouth. She attended Black River Academy for one year. She married John Coolidge and set up housekeeping in the cramped quarters behind the village store that her husband ran. She was a consumptive and became, soon after her marriage, a chronic invalid. Calvin Coolidge, in his Autobiography, is poetic […]

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Coolidge Chronology

June 13, 2014

  Calvin Coolidge: Age Three “It was into this community that I was born on the 4th day of July, 1872. My parents then lived in a five room, story and a half cottage attached to the post office and general store, of which my father was the proprietor. While they intended to name me for my father, […]

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Coolidge Chronology

June 13, 2014

Abigail Gratia Coolidge (1875-1890) “The memory of the charm of her presence and her dignified devotion to the right will always abide with me.” She had her own circle of friends, her own interests, and her own goals. In the spring of 1888, she taught school even though she was only thirteen years old. After their winter term […]

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Coolidge Chronology

June 13, 2014

Meets Grace Anna Goodhue Grace Goodhue (1879-1957). Calvin Coolidge meets Grace Goodhue in 1904. The apartment house where Grace lives is across the street from the one Calvin occupies. Ms. Goodhue is a teacher at the Clarke School for the Deaf.” I have seen so much fiction written on this subject that I may be pardoned […]

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