Worldwide Coolidge Reunion

October 10, 2014

The Worldwide Coolidge Reunion

July 30 – August 2, 2015

The President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site

Plymouth Notch, Vermont

Join the Hometown Coolidge Club!

Come to the historic village where President Calvin Coolidge was born and renew your connection to the Coolidge legacy.

2 Responses to “Worldwide Coolidge Reunion”

  1. JAMES M. LARSON

    Please put me on mailing list when more info becomes available. We live in Delaware and would like to come to your neck of the woods next summer for this reunion. THANK YOU Jim & Judy Larson

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  2. Edward Blanchard

    My father, Byron Blanchard was born in Plymouth Notch and was a teenager there when pres Coolidge was in office. I am interested in what the activities will be next year at the world wide Lincoln reunion as I may be interested in attending. President Coolidge wrote a reference for my father for his first job as a surveyor. Thank you, Edward Blanchard

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