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  1. Hace 3 días · Exactly 100 years ago last month, Calvin Coolidge, the 30th president of the United States, took office after the unexpected death of his predecessor. Coolidge's presidency was marked by his commitment to conservative principles and his dedication to preserving traditional values in a rapidly changing society.

  2. Hace 23 horas · Calvin Coolidge Republican. The 1924 United States presidential election was the 35th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 4, 1924. In a three-way contest, incumbent Republican President Calvin Coolidge won election to a full term. Coolidge was the second vice president to ascend to the presidency and then win a full term.

  3. Hace 23 horas · In 1924, four military planes launched from what would become Seattle's Magnuson Park — on a mission to prove that the United States was master of the skies.

  4. Hace 5 días · As America's 30th President (1923-1929), Calvin Coolidge demonstrated his determination to preserve the old moral and economic precepts of frugality amid a rapidly changing world. Known as "Silent Cal," Coolidge was a man of few words but strong actions, earning him a reputation as a conservative icon. Ron DeSantis sang the praises ...

  5. Hace 4 días · On a cool London day in 1928, the towering African-American actor and singer Paul Robeson sat down for a much-anticipated lunch. Seated with him were his new acquaintances: a Miss Douglas, the Irish playwright Bernard Shaw, and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, the wife of American President Calvin Coolidge.

  6. Hace 3 días · Calvin Coolidge: Republican: 31 (3.90) 30 (4.00) 31 (3.83) 28 (4.29) 31 (3.48) 31 (3.90) 31 Herbert Hoover: Republican: 27 (4.72) 34 (3.76) 28 (4.15) 27 (4.31) 30 (3.48) 29 (4.08) 32 Franklin D. Roosevelt: Democratic: 1 (9.31) 2 (9.00) 1 (9.11) 3 (8.40) 2 (9.23) 1 (9.01) 33 Harry S. Truman: Democratic: 12 (6.90) 9 (6.71) 5 (7.53) 9 ...

  7. Hace 1 día · 1921 — With new U.S. President Warren G. Harding, former president Woodrow Wilson, and VP Calvin Coolidge watching, the Washington Senators lose their home opener, 6-3, to the Boston Red Sox.