Calvin, 1872–1933, 30th president of the U.S. 1923–29.
Grace Goodhue, 1879–1957, his wife, U.S. First Lady 1923–29.
Contemporary Examples

Does Calvin Coolidge Deserve a Reassessment? Ira Katznelson February 14, 2013
Calvin Coolidge’s Bone-Dry Humor Is a Lesson in Laughs for Candidates Mark Katz February 19, 2012
What Hockey Players Can Teach our Toothless Politicians Dave Maney April 28, 2014
Seven Habits of Highly Ineffective Political Parties David Frum October 7, 2013

Historical Examples

United States Presidents’ Inaugural Speeches Various

(John) Calvin. 1872–1933, 30th president of the US (1923–29)


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