Interesting and most unusual content letter from Calvin Coolidge, as President, to Walter R. Benjamin, noted autograph dealer
COOLIDGE, Calvin (1872-1933). Elected Vice-President of the U.S. (1920) and succeeded to the presidency upon the untimely death of President Warren G. Harding. in 1923. Elected President in 1924. On November 6, 1928, Herbert Hoover wins the election as U.S. President.
Typed letter signed, one page, November 28, 1925 on the imprinted letterhead of The White House, Washington. Coolidge writes: "My Dear Mr. Benjamin, Thank you very much for your kindness in sending me the letter from Joseph Coolidge to General Thomas. It is, as you say, an interesting and pathetic reminder of a forgotten chapter in the life of the Coolidge family, and I am glad to have it. Very Truly yours, "
In very good condition, comes with the original envelope. Coolidge known as "Silent Cal" rarely said much in his letters and this examples sheds light on his feelings of the past life of his family............................................$750.00