Some Favorites from the Leslie Jones Collection, Boston

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 This one is entitled, “Penny for his Thoughts…” What was on his mind? Image

Mr. Coolidge checking the temperature at the Homestead, which was 98 degrees.

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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?

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The Coolidge Family, taken while he served as Governor in the Executive Offices, Boston.

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The Coolidges are researching some family history in Watertown Cemetery.

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Colonel Coolidge enjoys a ride in a sidecar.

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The Coolidges enjoy a quiet moment on The Mayflower.

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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.”

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The Coolidges visit the Monument to the Pilgrims, Plymouth.

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Governor Coolidge with his boys, 21 Massassoit Street, Northampton.

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President Coolidge at the Governor Bradford Tablet in Plymouth.

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The Coolidges outside their newly acquired home, “The Beeches,” Northampton, summer 1930.

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Calvin and Grace walk the grounds of “The Beeches,” June 1930, with their dogs.

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Coolidge, once more a private citizen.

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