Press Conference, January 15, 1924

September 22, 2020

Date: January 15, 1924 Location: Washington, DC (Original document available here) Here is an interesting inquiry on press reports from abroad, which indicated belief among many Europeans that American participation in the reparations inquiry is the first step toward further entrance by the United States into European affairs. My comment about that would be that […]

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Press Conference, December 15, 1923

September 14, 2020

Date: December 15, 1923 Location: Washington, D.C. (Original document available here) Here is an inquiry about the loan to Germany. That isn’t anything that is pending before our Government, nor anything in which our Government can take any action. As I understand it, it is a negotiation that is pending between the German Government and […]

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Press Conference, October 30, 1923

September 14, 2020

Date: October 30, 1923 Location: Washington, D.C. (Original document available here) An inquiry about the pneumatic tubes in Boston and Philadelphia. My understanding about that is, that this service was put in some years ago, and was discontinued sometime between 1913 and 1921 in Boston, Philadelphia and New York. The tubes in New York have […]

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Press Conference, December 11, 1923

May 11, 2020

Date: December 11, 1923 Location: Washington, D.C. (Original document available here) No decision has yet been made about the sending or releasing of General Butler for service at Philadelphia. An inquiry about the Mexican treaty. That has been sent, I think, by my office to the Senate. It came over here a day or two […]

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Press Conference, February 8, 1924

May 5, 2020

Date: February 8, 1924 Location: Washington, D.C. I will take up first the matter of Mr. Brewer’s report relative to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. I learned within a month or six weeks after I became President that he was making an investigation, and that he had discovered a number of peculiar things. I […]

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