PRESIDENT CALVIN COOLIDGE - COLLECTION WITH FIRST LADY GRACE COOLIDGE - HFSID 263248
CALVIN COOLIDGE and GRACE COOLIDGE Two White House cards, one signed by the President, the other by the First Lady. Pair of White House Cards, each 4¼x2¾. One signed:
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CALVIN COOLIDGE and GRACE COOLIDGE
Two White House cards, one signed by the President, the other by the First Lady.
Pair of White House Cards, each 4¼x2¾. One signed: "Calvin Coolidge" as President, the other signed: "Grace Coolidge" as First Lady. Imprinted at upper right: "the white house/washington". On October 4, 1905, 33-year-old CALVIN COOLIDGE (1872-1933) and 26-year-old GRACE ANNA GOODHUE (1879-1957) were married in Burlington, Vermont. Vice President Coolidge (1872-1933) succeeded to the presidency after President Harding died in 1923 and served until 1929. Grace Coolidge (1879-1957) was called her husband's greatest asset because of her warm, giving ways in contrast to her quiet husband (the White House staff called her "Sunshine"). Forbidden by Coolidge to speak in public, she once answered reporters in sign language for the deaf. Her husband set her schedule and would not let her fly in a plane, bob her hair, wear short skirts or ride a horse. The couple had two sons: John (1906-2000) and Calvin (1908-1924). Fine condition. Two items.
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