President Coolidge: Expecting Rain?

Taken in either late 1927 before traveling to Georgia or early 1928 after returning from Sapelo Island, President Coolidge is pictured here with a rain coat surrounded by a colorful group of fellow Americans visiting the White House. Mr. Coolidge must be prepared for moving day…as he commented upon leaving the Presidency, March 1929: “It always rains on moving days…”

President Coolidge: Expecting Rain?

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