Warren Harding: A Resource Guide
Designed for elementary and middle school students, America's
Library provides the following stories related to Warren
Back in Time: Florence Kling Harding Was Born, August
Back in Time: President Harding Installed a Radio in
the White House, February 8, 1922.
Back in Time: Calvin Coolidge Became President, August
This site allows you to search and view millions of historic American newspaper pages from 1836-1922. Search
this collection to find newspaper articles
that mention Warren Harding and his presidency.
A selection of articles related to Warren Harding includes:
The PAE is a guide to
performing arts resources at the Library of Congress
and provides information about the Library's unsurpassed
collections of scores, sheet music, audio recordings,
films, photographs, and other materials. The PAE contains
the sheet music for "Give
the Devil His Dues,"
an anti-Warren Harding song from the 1920 presidential
& Photographs Online Catalog (PPOC)
Search PPOC using the subject heading Harding,
Warren G (Warren Gamaliel),--1865-1923 to find
digital images related to Hoover such as prints, photographs,
and political cartoons. Search
all text fields in PPOC using the phrase Warren
locate additional images.
A selection of highlights from PPOC includes:
pictures of the Harding cabinet
- Funeral ceremonies of the late President Harding, U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C., August 8, 1923
delivering first address to Congress, 1921
- Harding Inauguration, March 4th, 1921
- Warren G. Harding, full length, facing left, swinging
The Gottscho-Schleisner Collection is comprised of over
29,000 photographs primarily of architectural subjects, including 14 photographs of Warren Harding's home in Marion, Ohio.
Presidents of the United States Selected Images From the Collections of the Library of Congress
This guide presents portraits of U.S. presidents and first ladies, including images of Warren Harding and Florence
Calvin Coolidge took the presidential oath of office on
August 3, 1923, after the unexpected death in office of President
Florence Mabel Kling DeWolfe Harding, First Lady during
the Warren Harding administration (1921-23), was born on
August 15, 1860. An outspoken supporter of woman suffrage,
Mrs. Harding cast her ballot in the presidential campaign
of 1920 for her husband. She was the first American First
Lady afforded that right, as the Nineteenth Amendment had
been ratified the previous summer.