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1923
   President of the United States was   
Calvin Coolidge
30th
   President of the United States was   
Calvin Coolidge
Calvin Coolidge
   served as U.S. President as a   
Republican
Calvin Coolidge
   served as Vice-President under   
Warren G. Harding
Succeeded to the Presidency upon the death of Harding on Aug 2, 1923
Charles G. Dawes
   served as Vice-President under   
Calvin Coolidge
Wrote "Melody In A" which was the music for Tommy Edward's hit song in 1958 "All In The Game". Dawes wrote the music in 1912. His greatgrandfather was William Dawes who rode to warn the colonists on 4-18-1775 in conjunction with Paul Revere.
Calvin Coolidge
   was a   
Farmer/Farm Boy
Calvin Coolidge
   was a   
Governor
Calvin Coolidge
   was a   
Lawyer
Calvin Coolidge
   First Lady was   
Grace Anna Goodhue
Calvin Coolidge
   is/was the   
U.S. President
1923
Calvin Coolidge
   had the nickname   
Silent Cal
Calvin Coolidge
   had the nickname   
Cool Cal
His re-election campaign used the slogan, "Keep it cool with Coolidge"
Calvin Coolidge
   had the nickname   
Cautious Cal
Calvin Coolidge
   had the nickname   
The Spinx of the Potomac
Calvin Coolidge
   owned a dog called   
Bessie
Collie
Bradley Denton
   won the award for   
The Calvin Coolidge Home for Dead Comedians / A Conflagration Artist (1995)
Best Collection
Harlan Fiske Stone
   was appointed by   
Calvin Coolidge
1925-1946; appointed Chief Justice in 1941 by Franklin Roosevelt
John Davis
   lost the election to   
Calvin Coolidge
1924
Robert LaFollette
   lost the election to   
Calvin Coolidge
1924
Calvin Coolidge
   is buried in   
Plymouth Notch Cemetery, Plymouth Notch, VT, USA
30th president of the US
Calvin Coolidge
   is   

30th US President, 1923-1929
August 3, 1923
   the oath was recited by   
Calvin Coolidge
His father's residence, Plymouth, Vermont by John C. Coolidge, his father, a Notary Public
March 4, 1925
   the oath was recited by   
Calvin Coolidge
East Portico, U.S. Capitol by William Howard Taft, Chief Justice of Supreme Court
Calvin Coolidge
   was born in   
Vermont
Calvin Coolidge
   owns/owned   
A Pygmy Hippo
Also a wallaby, a bear and two lion cubs.






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