Ladies and gentlemen, please put your hands together for our 30th President of the United States, “Silent Cal” Coolidge!
Coolidge stayed silent about the trial that led to the execution of Ferdinando Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti in August 1927.
Later, the White House passed from McKinley to Theodore Roosevelt to Taft, and then from Harding to Coolidge to Hoover.
Coolidge not only insisted on sleeping 12 hours every night; he seemed determined to make that fact well known.
This park was established by President Coolidge on February 26, 1929.
It also draws attention to the admirable Indian stories of Grace Coolidge.
"It will take some time for your advice to work out, if it ever does," Coolidge said.
An event in 1919 made Governor Coolidge a National character.
But Mrs. Coolidge's protests were broken off by Barbara's return.
He was captured in a cornfield and Coolidge was the man who grabbed him.