A Blog on the Cultural Significance of Calvin Coolidge
Do you have a license for that dog?
In fact, yes.
The application for license to possess Rob Roy on the park grounds. Notice that the President filled out the application himself.
The cottage where Mr. and Mrs. Coolidge — and the dogs — stayed that summer, located 2 miles north of Paul Smith’s hotel. Courtesy of Lynn Newman.
Coolidge stands with hotel owner Phelps Smith, in front of Glover Cottage near his father Paul’s famous hotel, where Executive Offices were established during the 10 weeks the Coolidges stayed in the Adirondacks. It appears that Ted Clark, the President’s private secretary, is pausing at the top of the stairs. Sadly the hotel would burn to the ground four years later. Photo courtesy of Adirondack Collection, Saranac Lake Free Library.
The Coolidges at Gabriels Station. Courtesy of Lynn Newman.