This one is entitled, “Penny for his Thoughts…” What was on his mind?
Mr. Coolidge checking the temperature at the Homestead, which was 98 degrees.
Former President Coolidge leaving the Academy of Arts and Sciences, April 15, 1931. Is it me or does it appear he is looking a bit “gangster-esque” in this shot?
The Coolidge Family, taken while he served as Governor in the Executive Offices, Boston.
The Coolidges are researching some family history in Watertown Cemetery.
Colonel Coolidge enjoys a ride in a sidecar.
The Coolidges enjoy a quiet moment on The Mayflower.
This was said to be one of Mr. Coolidge’s favorite cartoons in retirement, 1931. The caption reads, “Now We’ll Have a Little Quiet Around Northampton.”
The Coolidges visit the Monument to the Pilgrims, Plymouth.
Governor Coolidge with his boys, 21 Massassoit Street, Northampton.
President Coolidge at the Governor Bradford Tablet in Plymouth.
The Coolidges outside their newly acquired home, “The Beeches,” Northampton, summer 1930.
Calvin and Grace walk the grounds of “The Beeches,” June 1930, with their dogs.
Coolidge, once more a private citizen.