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  • Collection: Calvin Coolidge Presidential Photographs

President Coolidge in West Wing Colonnade

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President Calvin Coolidge and an unidentified man walk along the Colonnade on the West Wing of the White House, December 30, 1925.

Mrs. Coolidge Presented with Forget-Me-Not

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Grace Coolidge receives a forget-me-not from Michael Inselbuch, a disabled veteran of World War I, at the White House, October 28, 1925, with dog Prudence Prim or Rob Roy in the foreground.

Mrs. Coolidge at Veterans' Garden Party

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First Lady Grace Coolidge at a garden party for disabled American veterans at Mount Alto Veterans Hospital, Washington, D.C., May 27, 1925.

President Coolidge and Atty. General Sargent

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President Calvin Coolidge and Attorney General John Garibaldi Sargent standing on the lawn of the White House, March 18, 1925.

President Coolidge and Atty. General Sargent

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President Calvin Coolidge and Attorney General John Garibaldi Sargent standing on the lawn of the White House, March 18, 1925.

President Coolidge Unveiling Ericcson Statue

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President Calvin Coolidge speaking at the unveiling of the John Ericsson National Memorial in Washington, D.C., on May 29, 1926. The statue honors the Swedish engineer John Ericsson who invented the screw propeller and designed the USS Monitor.…

President Coolidge leaving D.A.R. Hall

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President Coolidge in formal clothing and top hat, leaving the Memorial Continental Hall April 19, 1926 after addressing the 35th continental congress of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Coolidge's speech can be found at…

President Coolidge smiles

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Calvin Coolidge holding hat and flowers, smiling at camera while leaving the White House, March 25, 1926.

President Coolidge opens International Trade Exhibition

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President Coolidge opens the International Trade Exhibition in New Orleans on February 1, 1926 by pressing a telegraph key in an office at the White House. Senators Ransdell and Broussard and members of the Louisiana Congressional delegation observe.

President Coolidge and engineers of 16 nations

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President Calvin Coolidge stands in front of the White House with a large group of engineers hailing from sixteen different countries, April 24, 1926.