Calvin Coolidge Says, July 19, 1930

December 31, 2020

Date: July 19, 1930 Location: Northampton, MA Summary: Calvin Coolidge reflects on the factors leading to progress in the South and the nation at large. (Original document available here) The rapidity with which the old South is emerging is not generally appreciated. It has attracted new blood and new capital. From a region of plantations it […]

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Address of President Coolidge at the Opening Meeting of the International Radiotelegraph Conference

April 14, 2020

Title: Address of President Coolidge at the Opening Meeting of the International Radiotelegraph Conference Date: October 4, 1927 Location: Washington, D.C. Context: Coolidge delivers an address to the IRC on the impact that radio has had on civilization Ladies and Gentlemen: It is my privilege to extend to the delegates to this conference a most […]

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Address at Presentation of Medal to Thomas A. Edison

April 13, 2020

Title: Address at Presentation of Medal to Thomas A. Edison Date: October 20, 1928 Location: Washington, D.C. Context: Speaking over the radio especially for an audience gathered at West Orange, NJ on the occasion of the presentation of a medal granted by the Congress of the United States to Thomas A. Edison Fellow Countrymen: A […]

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