Calvin Coolidge At Home In Northampton


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When Calvin Coolidge is mentioned, a few stereotypes come to mind—quiet, if not silent; frugal, if not cheap; dignified if not wooden. This work of local history describes the thirtieth president’s seven homes in Northampton, Massachusetts, the people he roomed with, and neighbors he encountered—set within the context of the small New England city where they lived. Which stereotypes are true or did those who knew him in this intimate way have a completely different view?

Weight 0.9 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 8 × 1 in
Levellers Press