2 edition of Index to the Calvin Coolidge papers. found in the catalog.
Index to the Calvin Coolidge papers.
Library of Congress. Manuscript Division.
by For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. GPO in Washington, D.C
Written in English
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
|Series||Presidents" papers index series|
|Contributions||Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933.|
|LC Classifications||Z6616.C78 U5, Microfilm 51506 Z|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||65060004|
He was married to Grace Coolidge and had 2 children: John Calvin Coolidge III (born September 6, - died 31 May ) and John Calvin Jr. (born 13 April - died 7 July ). His younger son John Calvin Coolidge IV died at 16 while playing tennis at the White House. His son was wearing tennis shoes without socks and died from a toe Preceded by: Warren G. Harding. Brought to you by Calvin University Admissions We use the 8th ed. of MLA, 6th ed. of APA, and 17th ed. of Chicago (9th ed. Turabian). Maintained by the Hekman Library at Calvin University, Grand Rapids, MI - 82,, citations and counting!
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Calvin Coolidge: A Brief Biography Of Calvin Coolidge - On July 4, , Calvin Coolidge was born in Vermont, where he was raised as well. After graduation, Coolidge went to Amherst College where he studied law. When he was certified he decided to open up a law office which supported him for the next twenty years of his life. "Calvin Coolidge: A Documentary Biography" shines a searchlight on Silent Cal Coolidge's world and worldview as no previous book ever has. Each entry also includes a revealing explanatory introduction by noted Coolidge scholar and award-winning author David Pietrusza. The book is further augmented by: a Calvin Coolidge fact : Church & Reid Books.
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Index to the Calvin Coolidge papers. Contributor Names Library of Congress. Manuscript Division. Created / Published Washington, D.C.: For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. GPO, Subject Headings. Author: Calvin Coolidge; Library of Congress.
Manuscript Division. Publisher: Washington, D.C.: For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. GPO, Series. [cxvi] Paul Johnson, “Calvin Coolidge and the Last Arcadia.” In John Earl Haynes, ed., Calvin Coolidge and the Coolidge Era: Essays on the History of the s.
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A solid book on a biographical topic that is often overlooked, the life and times of Calvin Coolidge. The author did an excellent job researching Coolidge and the book is highly detailed but I recommend that readers read shorter biographies of Coolidge before tackling this one because this book is so detailed that readers with no or little /5().
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If you know nothing about Calvin Coolidge, then this book - The Quotable Calvin Coolidge -- is the book for you. If, on the other hand, you know President Coolidge to have been a man of integrity, wisdom, and humor -- then, this is the book for that friend of yours who can never see what you see in the 30th president, and, what's more -- won't listen if you try to explain.
About this Book Catalog Record Details. Index to the Calvin Coolidge papers / Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. View full catalog record. Calvin Coolidge, 30th president of the United States, was born in Plymouth Notch, Vermont, on July 4, After graduating from Amherst College, he began a career in law and politics in Northampton, Massachusetts, eventually becoming Governor of.
March 4, Calvin Coolidge is sworn in as president by the chief justice, and former president, William Howard Taft. Credit The New York Times Photo ArchiveAuthor: Jacob Heilbrunn. This is a very solid 3-star bio, filled with facts upon facts about the 30th President of the United States, Mr.
Calvin Coolidge. We get the full scale chronology from birth to death, which makes this a big, big book. Coolidge was in the class of Presidents who were distinguished for character more than for heroic achievements/5().
Calvin Coolidge could easily go by a second nickname. The first was Silent Cal. Tack on Clear Coolidge.
Because when it came to the Roaring '20s, President Coolidge set. 2 Coolidge Family Papers Doc Calvin G. Coolidge’s son John C. Coolidge was born in November He married Victoria Josephine Moor inand they had two children: John Calvin, known as Calvin (), and Abigail Grace ().
Victoria died in and Abigail died in A year later John married Carrie Athelia Brown. Coolidge published an autobiography in and wrote a syndicated newspaper column, "Calvin Coolidge Says," from He died suddenly of coronary thrombosis at his home, "The Beeches," at p.m.
in Northampton on January 5, at the age of Born: July 4,Plymouth, Vermont. Book; Government Document Published Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress ; Hanover, NH: Distributed by University Press of New England, c Language English ISBN Description xvi, p.
; 24 cm. Notes. Based on papers presented at a Library of Congress symposium held in Includes bibliographical references and index. The papers of Calvin Coolidge contain White House office files () consisting of incoming correspondence, draft replies, carbon copies of outgoing letters from Coolidge or one of his secretaries (Edward Tracy Clark, Everett Sanders, and C.
Bascom Slemp), incoming telegraph messages, appointment books, and three volumes of names and addresses of White House. I read this book after reading Amity Shlaess Coolidge, in part because Shlaes more than once refers to the Autobiography.
While it is not an analytical work, rather a straightforward exposition by Coolidge of the facts of his life, it is an excellent complement to Shlaess longer (and also excellent) work/5. John Calvin Coolidge Jr. was born on July 4, in Plymouth Notch, Windsor County, Vermont, the only US president to be born on Independence was the elder of the two children of John Calvin Coolidge Sr.
(–) and Victoria Josephine Moor (–). Although named for his father, John, from early childhood Coolidge was addressed by his middle name, Preceded by: Warren G. Harding. John Calvin Coolidge Sr.
(Ma – Ma ) was an American politician and businessman from Vermont, and the father of J. Calvin Coolidge Jr., the 30th President of the United administered the presidential oath of office to his son, the 29th Vice President of the United States, at their family homestead on the early morning of August 3,following Born: John Calvin Coolidge, Ma.
My introduction to Calvin Coolidge on this journey included seven biographies providing nearly 3, pages – and almost two months – of entertainment (well scholarship).
Like many former presidents whose memories are dulled by lazy parodies or unreflective caricatures, Coolidge proved to be more interesting than I initially suspected.
Amity Shlaes is the author of four New York Times bestsellers: The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression, The Forgotten Man/Graphic, Coolidge, and The Greedy Hand: How Taxes Drive Americans Crazy. Miss Shlaes chairs the board of the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation and the Manhattan Institute's Hayek Book Prize, and serves 4/4(32).A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.
Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.Warren G. Harding Papers: a Microfilm Edition. CRL T3/R69/M Series 4, Presidential papers () This is not in the UO Libraries collections, but is available to UO researchers through the Center for Research Libraries.
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