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Manager Stanley Harris, in the grandstand, presents President Coolidge with the baseball used to open the 1924 World Series (October 4th, 1924)
Grace Coolidge, First Lady & Baseball Fan: Witnessing the Washington Senators Win the 1924 World Series
Grace Coolidge, wife of President Calvin Coolidge, was an avid baseball fan and attended the 1924 World Series in Washington. Read about her experience and watch film footage of the game!
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A Look Back in Time: President Coolidge Visiting President Machado at the Cuban Embassy in 1927
Take a look back in time to April 22nd, 1927 when President Calvin Coolidge visited President Gerardo Machado at the Cuban Embassy. See the historic photo from the Library of Congress.
Calvin Coolidge, President of the United States, presents an honorary degree to Governor William S. Flynn of Rhode Island at the Georgetown University commencement. Pictured, left to right: Pierce Butler, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court; President Coolidge; John B. Creeden, S.J., President of Georgetown University; Governor Flynn; Walter J. O'Connor, University Registrar; and Andrew L. Bouwhuis, S.J.
A Look Back at the Georgetown University Class of 1924
Take a look back to 1924 and see Georgetown University's graduating class and President Coolidge presenting an honorary degree to Governor Flynn of Rhode Island. Explore these historic photos from Ghosts of DC.
Visitors waiting in line to shake hands with the President (circa 1921)
Times Were Different: Check Out This Photo of a Massive Crowd Pushing Their Way Into the White House
Take a look back in time with this amazing photo of a massive crowd pushing their way into the White House to shake the hand of President Calvin Coolidge. Times sure were different!
Four adults and six children, from Passaic, N.J., picket the White House following President Coolidge's refusal to listen to their complaints about wage cuts in the textile industry
A Rare Moment in Time: A Photograph from the Library of Congress, Circa 1926
This is a rare and unique glimpse back in time to 1926. The photograph from the Library of Congress shows four adults and six children from Passaic, N.J. protesting wage cuts in the textile industry outside the White House. It's definitely not something you're likely to see these days!
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A Look Back at President Calvin Coolidge and the Boy Scouts of America at the White House
Take a look back at President Calvin Coolidge and the Boy Scouts of America at the White House on May 1, 1926. See the historic photo of the event on GhostsofDC.org.
Calvin and Grace Coolidge with dog
What Is Going On In This Bizarre Photo of Calvin and Grace Coolidge with a Dog?
Take a look at this bizarre photo of Calvin and Grace Coolidge with a dog. What could be going on in this strange scene? We investigate and share our thoughts.
Vice Pres. Coolidge and House Speaker Gillett exercising in House gym. Jan. 31, 1923 (Library of Congress)
Breaking a Sweat with Vice President Coolidge and House Speaker Gillett: A Look Inside the House Gym from 1923
Take a look back in time to 1923 and get a glimpse of Vice President Coolidge and House Speaker Gillett breaking a sweat in the House gym. See the photo and read about the friendly competition that must have gone on during their workouts!
Corcoran Gallery of Art between 1910-1925 (Library of Congress)
Three Stories from the Corcoran Gallery's History
Three great stories from the Corcoran Gallery's past, including an unnoticed President Coolidge and stolen art.
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The Night Calvin Coolidge Was Challenged by a Fire Marshall at the Willard Hotel
In 1922, Calvin Coolidge and his family had a unique experience while staying at the Willard Hotel in DC. Find out what happened when he was challenged by a fire marshall in the middle of the night!

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