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Ccoolidge

Calvin Coolidge, 30th President of the United States









30th President
Political Party Republican
Term August 2, 1923 - March 4, 1929  (51-57)
Vice President Charles G. Dawes  1925-1929
Predecessor Warren G. Harding
Successor Herbert Hoover




29th Vice President
Term March 4, 1921 - August 2, 1923  (49-51)
President Warren G. Harding
Predecessor Thomas R. Marshall
Successor Charles G. Dawes




Full Name John Calvin Coolidge, Jr.
Birth

July 4, 1872

Plymouth, Vermont

Father John Calvin Coolidge  (1845-1926)
Mother Victoria Josephine Moor Coolidge  (1846-1885)
Sisters Abigail Gratia Coolidge  (1875-1890)
Alma Mater Amherst College  (1895)
Occupation

48th Governor of Massachusetts  (1919-1921)

46th Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts  (1916-1919)

Massachusetts State Senator  (1912-1915)

Mayor of Northampton, Massachusetts  (1910-1911)

Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives  (1907-1908)

Lawyer

Death

January 5, 1933

Northampton, Massachusetts

(60 years)




Marriages
Grace Anna Goodhue  (1879-1957)

Married October 5, 1905

(27 years)




Children

John Coolidge

(m.1929 Florence Trumbull)

(2 daughters)

Born September 7, 1906

Died May 31, 2000

(93 years)

Calvin Coolidge

Born April 13, 1908

Died July 7, 1924

(16 years)




Presidential Election of 1924
Nominee Running Mate  Political Party Popular Vote Electoral Vote

Calvin Coolidge  (MA)

Incumbent

Charles G. Dawes  (IL) Republican 15,723,789  (54.04%) 382
John W. Davis  (WV) Charles W. Bryan  (NE) Democratic 8,386,242  (28.82%) 136
Robert M. LaFollette  (WI) Burton K. Wheeler  (MT) Progressive 4,831,706  (16.61%) 13
Herman P. Faris  (MO) Marie C. Brehm  (CA) Prohibition 55,951  (0.19%) 0
William Z. Foster  (MA) Benjamin Gitlow  (NY) Communist 38,669  (0.13%) 0
Frank T. Johns  (OR) Verne L. Reynolds  (NY) Socialist Labor 28,663  (0.10%) 0
Gilbert Nations  (DC) Charles H. Randall  (CA) American 24,325  (0.08%) 0




Presidential Cabinet
Name Office Term

Charles E. Hughes  (NY)

Frank B. Kellogg  (MN)

Secretary of State

1923-1925

1925-1929

Andrew Mellon  (PA) Secretary of Treasury 1923-1929

John W. Weeks  (MA)

Dwight F. Davis  (MO)

Secretary of War

1923-1925

1925-1929

Harry M. Dougherty  (OH)

Harlan F. Stone  (NY)

John G. Sargent  (VT)

Attorney General

1923-1924

1924-1925

1925-1929

Edwin Denby  (MI)

Curtis D. Wilbur  (CA)

Secretary of the Navy

1923-1924

1924-1929

Harry S. New  (IN) Postmaster General 1923-1929

Hubert Work  (CO)

Roy O. West  (IL)

Secretary of the Interior

1923-1928

1928-1929

Henry C. Wallace  (IA)

Howard M. Gore  (WV)

William M. Jardine  (KS)

Secretary of Agriculture

1923-1924

1924-1925

1925-1929

Herbert Hoover  (CA)

William F. Whiting  (MA)

Secretary of Commerce

1923-1928

1928-1929

James J. Davis  (PA) Secretary of Labor 1923-1929




United States Supreme Court
Nominee Position Term
William Howard Taft  (OH) Chief Justice 1921-1930  (9 years, ret.)
Joseph McKenna  (CA) Associate Justice 1898-1925  (27 years, ret.)

Oliver W. Holmes Jr.  (MA)

Associate Justice

1902-1932  (30 years, ret.)

Willis Van Devanter  (WY) Associate Justice 1910-1937  (27 years, ret.)
James C. McReynolds  (TN) Associate Justice 1914-1941  (27 years, ret.)
Louis Brandeis  (MA) Associate Justice 1916-1939  (23 years, ret.)
George Sutherland  (UT) Associate Justice 1922-1938  (16 years, ret.)
Pierce Butler  (MN) Associate Justice 1922-1939  (17 years, died)
Edward T. Sanford  (TN) Associate Justice 1923-1930  (7 years, died)
Harlan F. Stone  (NY) Associate Justice 1925-1941  (16 years, pro.)

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