Who is Coolidge?

  • (noun): Elected Vice President and succeeded as 30th President of the United States when Harding died in 1923 (1872-1933).
    Synonyms: Calvin Coolidge, President Coolidge

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Calvin Coolidge, Jr. - Biography
... Calvin Coolidge, Jr, was born in Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, on April 13, 1908 and was the younger of the two children of Calvin Coolidge (1872–193 ... on June 30, 1924, he played a game of tennis with his brother John Coolidge ... John, described the loss of his brother as producing a depression in President Coolidge that lasted the rest of his life ...
Coolidge Municipal Airport
... Coolidge Municipal Airport (FAA LID P08) is a city-owned, public-use airport located five miles (8 km) southeast of the central business district of Coolidge, a city in ...
List Of United States Political Families (C) - The Coolidges of Massachusetts
... Coolidge (1841–1906), Selectman of Westminster, Massachusetts Massachusetts Democratic Committeeman Massachusetts State Representative 1875 U.S ... Coolidge ... Coolidge (1865–1947), Mayor of Fitchburg, Massachusetts Chairman of the Massachusetts Democratic Convention 1920 U.S ...
Coolidge - Other
... The Coolidge effect SS President Coolidge. ...
Satisfied (Rita Coolidge Album)
... Satisfied is a 1979 album by Rita Coolidge, released on A M Records ... The album is notable for containing Coolidge's comeback single, "I'd Rather Leave While I'm In Love", as well as for its perceived unique musical direction at the time of its release ...

Famous quotes containing the word coolidge:

    I see his monument is still there.
    —Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)

    Well, farmers never have made money. I don’t believe we can do much about it. But of course we will have to seem to be doing something; do the best we can and without much hope. The life of the farmer has its compensations but it has always been one of hardship.
    —Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)

    After all, the chief business of the American people is business.
    —Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)