Press Conference, October 9, 1928

August 31, 2020

Date: October 9, 1928 Location: Washington, D.C. (Original document available here) So far as I know, Ambassador Houghton has not indicated that he would or would not tender his resignation, because he is a candidate for Senate in the State of New York. I haven’t seen what President Machado of Cuba may have said relative […]

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Press Conference, November 22, 1927

August 24, 2020

Date: November 22, 1927  Location: Washington, D.C. (Original document available here) Ladies and Gentlemen: I doubt very much if it would be possible to secure the passage of a bill similar to that which was proposed by President Harding for a direct subsidy to shipping. I think there are some indirect things that it may […]

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Press Conference, September 9, 1927

August 21, 2020

Date: September 9, 1927 Location: Rapid City, SD (Original document available here) In common with what I am sure is the sentiment of all the American people, I can only express my great regret at the recent losses that have been met with in attempts to fly across the Atlantic, either from this side or […]

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Press Conference, November 4, 1927

August 21, 2020

Date: November 4, 1927 Location: Washington, D.C. (Original document available here) There haven’t been any decisions made about appointments. The Attorney General has not consulted with me relative to the oil trial. Senator Quezon and Senator Osmena – he is a member of the Senate – called on me yesterday with the Secretary of War […]

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