Calvin Coolidge

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Noun1.Calvin Coolidge - elected vice president and succeeded as 30th President of the United States when Harding died in 1923 (1872-1933)Calvin Coolidge - elected vice president and succeeded as 30th President of the United States when Harding died in 1923 (1872-1933)
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An American holiday tradition started by President Calvin Coolidge in 1923, the National Christmas Tree Lighting is a great example of the countless ways there are to #FindYourPark.
The words of a former President Calvin Coolidge have rung in my mind for years: "That nation that forgets its defenders will be forgotten itself".
In 1930, Coolidge Dam in Arizona was dedicated by its namesake, former President Calvin Coolidge.
All requests to the USA to take a "common sense" view were rebuffed by President Calvin Coolidge.
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Or, to borrow his fellow American Herbert Hoover's famous advice to President Calvin Coolidge when he prevaricated over sorting out a police strike: "S**t or get off the pot.
Citizen science activities within the nation's watersheds date back over 100 years when the National Weather Service Cooperative began recruiting volunteers (1890) to report daily measurements of rainfall and air temperature, the National Audubon Society started its Christmas Bird Counts (1900) and the Izaak Walton League of America kicked off volunteer water monitoring with volunteers and conducted the first national water survey for President Calvin Coolidge (1920).
In 1925, a group of orphans who had lost their parents to Turkey's genocide of Armenians presented this ceremonial rug to President Calvin Coolidge.
Proclaimed a day of National Observance by President Calvin Coolidge in 1928, it was observed on May 1st until 1960, when it was transferred to the first Monday of October.
Grace Coolidge, who was the first lady to President Calvin Coolidge just before the Great Depression struck, reported seeing Lincoln ominously looking out the window of the Oval Office, in the direction of what was once a Civil War battlefield.
Quoting American President Calvin Coolidge, "One does not apologize for something that one did not say.