Free Photo: President and Mrs. Coolidge With Their Sons and Dog
Black and white photo of President and Mrs. Coolidge standing on steps, with their two sons, John Coolidge and Calvin Jr, and their pet dog, June 30th 1924. President and Mrs. Coolidge With Their Sons and Dog. This image is available as a print.
First National Christmas Tree
“The National Christmas Tree presented to President Coolidge by Middlebury College as a gift from his home state has been set up in Wash. D.C. immediately behind the White House.” (Photo: Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress) The National Christmas Tree is located near the White House and has been illuminated by the United States President since the 1920’s. The first president to initiate this annual tradition was President Coolidge in 1923. Middlebury College in Vermont…
Today's picture shows President Calvin Coolidge with his pet cat. Coolidge was a very quiet man, so probably enjoyed cats more than dogs. When in the White House, the Coolidge's had a number of different animals, including a pet raccoon.
Coolidge Homestead - Picture of President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, Plymouth - Tripadvisor
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The “Other White House”: A Roundup of Presidential Retreats
image:ed2fec054768d67298cf04213a51fb267c74f3f9 w:540 s:"fit" class_name:"mt-image-center" show_pin_button:"true" show_image_credits:"true" Even leaders of the free world deserve some down time. Celebrate the holiday with a glimpse of our Presidents’ other “White Houses” – private spots where they went with their families to rest, recuperate, and regroup, all away from the public eye. They range from glamorous to comfortably simple to downright austere.
Presidential Pets Over the Years
Learn about the fuzzy friends who have accompanied United States Presidents to the White House, from Barney the Scottish terrier to Woodrow Wilson's flock of sheep.