The Coolidges pictured as they return home to their home at 21 Massasoit Street, Northampton, after stepping off the train from Washington. Mr. Coolidge would return only once more to the capital city that summer to participate in the Kellogg Treaty ceremonies. However, they were both ready to be finished with public office.
Filling out his National Press Club membership card around this time, under “Occupation” he penned an emphatic “Retired” adding even more emphatically “Glad of it!” It was time to return to the people from which they had come, voluntarily laying down the Nation’s leadership to others. It was time to be home.
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a great man