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Ccoolidge

Calvin Coolidge, 30th President of the United States






TermEdit

30th President of the United States
Republican
August 2, 1923 - March 4, 1929  (51-56)
Preceded by Warren G. Harding
Succeeded by Herbert Hoover


29th Vice President of the United States
March 4, 1921 - August 2, 1923  (48-51)
Preceded by Thomas R. Marshall
Succeeded by Charles G. Dawes


54th Governor of Massachusetts
January 2, 1919 - January 6, 1921  (46-48)
Preceded by Samuel W. McCall
Succeeded by Channing H. Cox


46th Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts
January 6, 1916 - January 2, 1919  (43-46)
Preceded by Grafton D. Cushing
Succeeded by Channing H. Cox


DataEdit

Full Name John Calvin Coolidge Jr.
Born July 4, 1872
Birthplace Plymouth Notch, Vermont
Alma Mater Amherst College  (1895)
Died January 5, 1933  (60 years)
Deathplace Northampton, Massachusetts


ParentsEdit

John Calvin Coolidge
Born March 31, 1845
Father Calvin Galusha Coolidge  (1815-78) (63 years)
Mother Sarah Almeda Brewer  (1823-1906) (83 years)
Marriage 1868 - 1885  (17 years, widowed)
Died March 18, 1926  (80 years)


Victoria Josephine Moor
Born March 14, 1846
Father Hiram Dunlop Moor  (1812-88) (76 years)
Mother Abigail Franklin  (1811-92) (81 years)
Children 2
Died March 14, 1885  (39 years)


SiblingsEdit

1. Abigail Gratia Coolidge  (1875-90) (15 years)


MarriagesEdit

1. Grace Anna Goodhue
Born January 3, 1879
Father Andrew Isaachar Goodhue  (1848-1923) (75 years)
Mother Lemira Barrett  (1849-1929) (80 years)
Marriage October 4, 1905 - January 5, 1933  (27 years, died)
Died July 8, 1957  (78 years)


ChildrenEdit

1. John Coolidge
Born September 7, 1906
Wife Florence Trumbull  (1904-98) (94 years)
Marriage September 23, 1929 - February 15, 1998  (68 years, widowed)
Children Cynthia, Lydia
Died May 31, 2000  (93 years)


2. Calvin Coolidge
Born April 13, 1908
Died July 7, 1924  (16 years)


OccupationEdit

President of the Massachusetts State Senate  (1914-15)

Member of the Massachusetts State Senate  (1912-15)

Mayor of Northampton, Massachusetts  (1910-11)

Member of the Massachusetts State House of Representatives  (1907-08)

Clerk of the Courts of Hampshire County, Massachusetts  (1902-03)

City Solicitor of Northampton, Massachusetts  (1900-02)

Member of the City Council of Northampton, Massachusetts  (1899-1900)

Lawyer


Presidential Election of 1924Edit

1. Calvin Coolidge
Birth/Death 1872 - 1933  (61 years)
State Massachusetts
Occupation Incumbent President of the United States  (1923-29)
Political Party Republican
Vice President

Charles G. Dawes  (1865-1951) (IL)

Former Director of the Bureau of the Budget  (1921-22)

Popular Vote 15, 723, 789  (54.04%)
Electoral Vote 382  (35)


2. John W. Davis
Birth/Death 1873 - 1955  (82 years)
State West Virginia
Occupation Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom  (1918-21)
Political Party Democratic
Vice President

Charles W. Bryan  (1867-1945) (NE)

Governor of Nebraska  (1923-25, 1931-35)

Popular Vote 8, 386, 242  (28.82%)
Electoral Vote 136  (12 states)


3. Robert M. La Follette
Birth/Death 1855 - 1925  (70 years)
State Wisconsin
Occupation U.S. Senator from Wisconsin  (1906-25)
Political Party Progressive
Vice President

Burton K. Wheeler  (1882-1975) (MT)

U.S. Senator from Montana  (1923-47)

Popular Vote 4, 831, 706  (16.61%)
Electoral Vote 13  (1 state)


4. Herman P. Faris
Birth/Death 1858 - 1936  (78 years)
State Missouri
Occupation Banker
Political Party Prohibition
Vice President

Marie C. Brehm  (1859-1925) (CA)

Member of the Women's Legislative Council of California 

Popular Vote 55, 951  (0.19%)
Electoral Vote 0


5. William Z. Foster
Birth/Death 1881 - 1961  (80 years)
State Massachusetts
Occupation Trade Union Leader and Labor Organizer
Political Party Communist
Vice President

Benjamin Gitlow  (1891-1965) (NY)

Lawyer and Author

Popular Vote 38, 669  (0.13%)
Electoral Vote 0


6. Frank T. Johns
Birth/Death 1889 - 1928  (39 years)
State Oregon
Occupation Carpenter and Political Activist
Political Party Socialist Labor
Vice President

Verne L. Reynolds  (1887-1959) (NY)

Oilman, Steamfitter, and Newspaper Advertiser

Popular Vote 28, 633  (0.1%)
Electoral Vote 0


7. Gilbert Nations
Birth/Death 1866 - 1950  (84 years)
State District of Columbia
Occupation Lawyer and Judge
Political Party American
Vice President

Charles Hiram Randall  (1865-1951) (CA)

Former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from California  (1915-21)

Popular Vote 24, 325  (0.08%)
Electoral Vote 0


Vice PresidentEdit

Charles G. Dawes  (1865-1951) IL 1925-29


CabinetEdit

Secretary of State
Charles Evans Hughes  (1862-1948) NY 1923-25
Frank B. Kellogg  (1856-1937) MN 1925-29


Secretary of the Treasury
Andrew Mellon  (1855-1937) PA 1923-29


Secretary of War
John W. Weeks  (1860-1926) MA 1923-25
Dwight F. Davis  (1879-1945) MO 1925-29


Attorney General
Harry M. Daugherty  (1860-1941) OH 1923-24
Harlan F. Stone  (1872-1946) NY 1924-25
John G. Sargent  (1860-1939) VT 1925-29


Secretary of the Navy
Edwin Denby  (1870-1929) MI 1923-24
Theodore Roosevelt III  (1887-1944) NY 1924
Curtis D. Wilbur  (1867-1954) CA 1924-29


Postmaster General
Harry Stewart New  (1858-1937) IN 1923-29


Secretary of the Interior
Hubert Work  (1860-1942) CO 1923-28
Roy Owen West  (1868-1958) IL 1928-29


Secretary of Agriculture
Henry Cantwell Wallace  (1866-1924) IA 1923-24
Howard Mason Gore  (1877-1947) WV 1924-25
William Marion Jardine  (1879-1955) KS 1925-29


Secretary of Commerce
Herbert Hoover  (1874-1964) CA 1923-28
William F. Whiting  (1864-1936) MA 1928-29


Secretary of Labor
James J. Davis  (1873-1947) PA 1923-29


United States Supreme CourtEdit

Chief Justice
William Howard Taft  (1857-1930) OH 1921-30  (9 years)


Associate Justices
Joseph McKenna  (1843-1926) CA 1897-1925  (28 years)
Oliver Wendall Holmes Jr.  (1841-1935) MA 1902-32  (30 years)
Willis Van Deventer  (1859-1941) WY 1910-37  (27 years)
James Clark McReynolds  (1862-1946) TN 1914-41  (27 years)
Louis Brandeis  (1856-1941) MA 1916-39  (23 years)
George Sutherland  (1862-1942) UT 1922-38  (16 years)
Pierce Butler  (1866-1939) MN 1922-39  (17 years)
Edward Terry Sanford  (1865-1930) NC 1923-30  (7 years)
Harlan F. Stone  (1872-1946) NY 1925-41  (16 years)